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Small, crisp and flexible – The VC ADSR is a compact, well equipped envelope offering excellent performance. The module can be activated via its gate input or a button. A trigger / gate switch allows the user to choose between two modes of operation. Attack, decay, sustain and release parameters are manually adjustable via sliders. Additionally, they can be modulated using CV inputs. The curves of all time values are shapeable. Four gate outputs emit a signal every time the corresponding phase (A, D, S or R) is active.
The VC ADSR can be controlled via its gate input or a button. A switch allows the user to choose between two operating modes. The first one is called trigger, it generates complete attack and release phases no matter how short the incoming pulse signal was. The second mode makes the module jump to its release phase as soon as the control signal vanishes. All envelope segments are not only adjustable manually using sliders but can be modulated via CV inputs as well. The following time values are available:
Minimum: 3.0 milliseconds (200 microseconds with negative CVs)
Maximum: 10 seconds
Minimum: 2.8 milliseconds (400 microseconds with negative CVs)
Maximum: 10 seconds
Minimum: 2.8 milliseconds (Sustain at maximum)
Maximum: 10 second
The curves of attack, decay and release phase can be crossfaded from linear to exponential / logarithmic shape. Besides the usual CV output the VC ADSR comprises four gate sockets. They emit a signal every time the corresponding envelope segment is active.
|Power consumption +12V:||55|
|Power consumption -12V:||25|
Hersteller-Webseite;https://www.befaco.org/en/vc-adsr/; Englische Bedienungsanleitung;https://www.befaco.org/docs/ADSR/ADSR_2_0_2_USER_MANUAL.pdf
With over a decade of DIY workshops under their belt, Befaco has been one of the first modular synth mainstays of the ever-growing Barcelona modular scene. Their designs are completely open source and never cease to get acclaimed by both newbies and seasoned modularists alike.