Monday, September 28, 2015
In Search Of...
I want a voltage-controlled ADSR envelope. I know - they are part of the tyranny of the keyboard player, and I should be happy with an infinite number of Maths. But, alas, I sometimes want to sequence with an ADSR, and I'm in a quandry.
And this is something that is too hard to do in Modular Grid.
I want a VC-ADSR of a reasonable width, and a short enough depth that it'll fit in my Tiptop Station 252 case. I really want the VC part, because it provides for some interesting options in an otherwise static sequenced line. But I don't want goofy response curves, and I don't want goofy scaling of the controls. Basically, I want a simpler version of the Tiptop Z-4000 VC-ADSR, but without the odd scaling of controls - or the extra features like the unknowable Deviator.
Does anyone know of something that might fit the bill? In less than, say, 12 HP? Am I dreaming the dreams of the stupid?