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CTG-VC, a single complex voltage controlled transient generator. All parameters such as attack time, attack hold time, decay time, sustain level, release time and output level are voltage controlled.
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The CTG-VC is a complex transient generator with a lot of features, such as; two different shapes for the attack, attack hold (A-HOLD) for more punchier sound than a standard attack, variable decay slope (D-SLOPE) from natural exponential to heavy logarithmic, attack-decay loop (A-D LOOP) and polarized level for outgoing transient signals. A-D LOOP switch activates, when ON, a steady state attack/dacay generator and the rate is determinated by attack/decay time and attack/decay modes.The external signal alone in to the A-D RESTART input start a single A-D transient for every new external signals A-D RESTART period (every shape).
The parameters ATTACK, ATTACK HOLD, DECAY, D-SLOPE, SUSTAIN and RELEASE can all be controlled manually and by an external signal.
- ATTACK time - 0.05 msec to 10 seconds
- ATTACK mode - logarithmic/exponential (EXP), switched
- A-HOLD - 0.5 msec to 2 seconds
- A-D LOOP ON; continuous LFO, Attack/Decay or activated by an external signal
- DECAY time - 0.5 msec to 20 seconds
- DECAY SLOPE - exponential to logarithmic
- manual SUSTAIN level - 0 to 5 Volts
- RELEASE time - 0.5 msec to 20 seconds
All Cwejman modules are protected against reversed polarity.
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The history of Cwejman goes back to the 1970s with a bespoke fully analog synthesizer called the Synthra. After a long hiatus due to the heyday of digital synths, they returned in 1998 seeing that the interest in analog modular synths was catching up. Ever since, Cwejman has been a synonym of uncompromising engineering aimed to provide outstanding sound quality.