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BMC057 - Gated Slew / S&H PCB | Barton Musical Circuits

BMC057 can be used either as a Gated Slew or a Sample & Hold.


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Details

This module can be used either as a Gated Slew or a Sample & Hold. "Slew" is also sometimes referred to as "glide." In musical terms it's referred to as "glissando," sliding between the notes instead of changing in discreet steps. It's slide guitar instead of fretted guitar. In Gated Slew mode, the amount of slew is controlled by the ONSLEW and OFFSLEW pots. When a gate or trigger is input or a button is pressed the ONSLEW controls the amount of slew, and the rest of the time OFFSLEW controls the amount of slew. In Sample and Hold mode, whenever a gate or trigger is applied to the gate or trigger inputs, it will sample teh voltage on the CV In and then hold that voltageon the CV output until the next gate or trigger. When using gates, it will technically be a "Track and Hold" as it will continiously sample the input. The "ON SLEW" control can be turned up in Sample and Hold mode to slew the path from input to output. B. Controls/IO 1.CV IN – A CV signal in the range of 0 to +10V should be input here. This is the signal that will be sampled or slewed 2.CV OUT – The slewed or sampled signal is output here. 3.Gate IN – Positive voltages on this input will activate the ONSLEW signal path. 4.Trigger IN – Like the GATE IN, but goes through a trigger converter first. 5.Button – This creates a gate in signal. 6.SH/Slew toggle – This selects between the slew or Sample Hold mode. 7.ONSLEW – This knob sets the slew rate when the gate is active. 8.OFFSLEW – This knob sets the slew rate when the gate is not active. It has no effect in Sample Hold mode.

Specs & Downloads

Specs & Downloads

Manufacturer Barton
HP No
Depth No
+12V No
-12V No
+5V No
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