DETECT-Ris the main input and provides an envelope output, rectified output and gate output simultaneously. If a second signal is also patched into the EXTRACT-R, it can be used separately.
The top two controls and switch alter the response of the resultant envelope. Any signal level from LINE (-10dBv) up to modular (+/-5 to +/-10V) may be used.
TheFREQswitch selects the spectra in which the envelope will respond to dynamic changes from the input signal.
SMOOTHadds an additional ripple smoothing level control and tracks the FREQ setting
ENV GAINcontrols the level of the envelope and is capable of attenuation as well as a lot of gain for low level input signals and even guitars (some pre-gain may be required for certain guitar pickups)
THRUprovides a buffered copy of the input signal for easy patching of classic envelope follower applications and more
AnLEDis provided for visual feedback of the envelope and peak level (clipping) indication.
Power: 47mA @+12v / 44mA @-12v
Some uses for the DETECT-R:
Create envelopes that follow the input amplitude and frequency spectra
Slew audio or control voltages
Create a side chain envelopes for amplitude dynamics
EXTRACT-Ris a voltage controlled comparator with three threshold selections;LINElevel,5Vand10Vpeak for various levels of control and response. The output gate is normalized into the DETECT-R input by default - providing a second method of producing an envelope from a gate rather than dynamic content.
RANGEselects the maximum threshold level of the attenuator.
THR CVis the input for dynamic voltage control of threshold.
THRESHOLDworks as the manual adjustment and as a CV attenuator when CV is utilized.
An RGBLEDis provided for visual feedback of the threshold range and gate activity.
Some uses for the EXTRACT-R:
Convert any signal into a gate or trigger
Create a delayed gate or trigger from a sloped waveform
Create variable pulse waveforms -PWM
Convert audio into a series of pulses for insane distortion
Convert audio into pulses to modulate other parameters
RECTIFIER(RECT) inverts negative voltages while leaving any positive signal unchanged.
Some uses for the RECTIFIER:
Convert bipolar signals into uni-polar positive signals
Intense second harmonic distortion of audio
Frequency doubling of bipolar signals in general
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