The shape of the attack and decay sections can be independently and continuously adjusted from exponential, through linear, to logarithmic.
The module is constructed entirely from analogue parts and discrete logic. There is no microcontroller or digital-to-analogue conversion involved and therefore no quantization of voltage levels or of the response time.
Aloysius and Amelia are good fun, very functional, flexible, and a nice change of pace. Slightly different than pretty much any other EG’s out there, they offer pinpoint control over almost every aspect of the shape, time, and length, stage of an envelope, and you can really create some unique envelope shapes and LFOs with both.
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- Panel width: 8HP
- Module depth: 42mm
- Current draw: 43mA on the +12V rail, 25mA on the -12V rail
- Gate input
- CV inputs for attack, hold, decay, and wait
- Envelope output
For more detail, please see the user manual.
Pricing & Availablity
MSRP: UK £179 (inc VAT), US $185 (exclusive of sales tax), EU €169.50 (exclusive of VAT)
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