This module cannot be used on it's own, but rather is intended to provide additional facilities for the A-149.1 which generates random voltages (which can be quantised). It provides eight digital outputs each of which switches at random but synchronised to the clock input of the A-149.1. I have found it useful for generating random "note on" and "note off" signals when creating random self-generating musical sequences (Stochastic music). Used in combination with a logic module A-166 a useful range of signals can be generated at different time intervals to make the music more interesting to the ear, rather than all the notes being the same length. There are numerous other uses for randomly generated logic signals in a modular system apart from triggering envelope generators.
ADSR Envelope Generator The module A-140 is a envelope generator and since it delivers control voltages, belongs to the modulation-modules. As soon as the ADSR is triggered at gate-input, it...
Doepfer A-199 Spring Reverb Module - electronically simulated by means of 3 spiral springs. Spring reverb systems have a very characteristic sound that is based on the (insufficient) mechanical...
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