Dimensions
18 HP
30 mm deep
Current Draw
110 mA +12V
90 mA -12V
0 mA 5V
Price
$280 Price in €

Available as an assembled Module and as a DIY project.

No info about availability.

Specs are approved by the manufacturer

Dual Sergesque Slope Generator with Logical Crossfading

Some Rampage applications:
-Voltage controlled Attack Decay envelope.
-Attack Sustain Release Envelope .
-More complex ADSR Style Envelope.
-Dual VCO. With Square, PWM, Saw, Log, Exp and Triangle shapes. Hard and soft sync.
-Gated VCO
-VCO + Analog AND Gate (As ADTimbral VCA)
-Dual Low Pass Filter
-Dual Low pass Filter with VCO soft sync.
-Low Pass Filter + AD Envelope
-Dual “syncable” voltage controlled LFO with Square, PWM, Saw and Triangle shapes)
-Complex LFO . Function combination.
-CV controlled and “Ping-Pong” LFO.
-Dual Slope detector. Distinguishes when and incoming signal (CV or audio) is rising or falling, and generates gates in concordance.
-Comparator. Send a gate when A in > B IN
-Polyrythmic gate generator. With both channels synced between each other, it generates several “complex rhythm” gates.
-Voltage controlled Slew limiter with independent attack and decay control and continuous variable shape between Log, linear and expo .
-Peak Voltage follower. Max Out follow the maximum Level of the two inputs.
-Minimum Voltage Follower. Min Out follow the minimum level of the two inputs
-Envelope follower with adjustable response for rising ans falling flanks.
-Voltage controlled Trigger Delay .
-Burst Generator.

http://www.befaco.org/en/rampage/


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