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Any "track and hold" schematics that would work fo

Post by Treefingers » Sun Dec 01, 2019 1:28 am

Hoping to hold a pitch accurate enough over maybe 30seconds without hearing any drop using a Track and Hold. Is this something that even is-doable - if so, any schematics or examples I can try out?

Or should I just be looking at doing this digitally?

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Re: Any "track and hold" schematics that would wor

Post by Haralds:Werk » Sun Dec 01, 2019 11:44 am

Treefingers wrote:Hoping to hold a pitch accurate enough over maybe 30seconds without hearing any drop using a Track and Hold. Is this something that even is-doable - if so, any schematics or examples I can try out?

Or should I just be looking at doing this digitally?
From Ian Fritz super sample and hold " For a 1 V/Oct control signal, this corresponds to under three cents of pitch drift per hour".

http://ijfritz.byethost4.com/super_sh_rand_web.pdf
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