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General knowledge: you can never have enough VCAs, be it for voltage controlled regulation of audio signal levels or the modualtion intensigy of a CV signal. The Veils module has not less than four VCAs aboard which offer a mix function and for each channel individual control of the characteristic, from linear to exponential.
All four channels are identic, each like an usual VCA with signal input, signal output and a CV input. The potentiometer is used either as a manual gain control or as an attenauator once a cable has been inserted into the CV input.
The Veils' special feature is that each VCA's characteristic is continuously variable from exponential to variable with a small potentiometer. The inputs are DC coupled and accept CV signals as well as audio.
The channel outputs are cascaded from top to bottom and are mixed which meand you might as well use Veils as a voltage controlled mixer for up to four signals.
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Produktseite auf der Website von Mutable Instruments;http://mutable-instruments.net/modules/veils; englisch-sprachige Bedienungsanleitung;http://www.mutable-instruments.net/modules/veils/manual
With a background as a software engineer at Google, Émilie Gillet began her journey on synthesizer design on 2010 offering DIY kits for the (now discontinued) Shruti, Ambika and Anushri hybrid digital-analog synths. Quite rapidly an enthusiastic community was formed via a very vibrant forum. By 2013, seeing the potential of the format, she moved completely to eurorack releasing the much acclaimed Braids macrooscillator and Clouds texture (granular) synthesizer, one of the most cloned modules so far. As with the previous desktop synths, all firmware and schematics are avaialble online under open-source license. Émilie continues to run Mutable Instruments single-handedly from a small apartment in Paris.