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Analogue Modular System A-
For serial operation an additional VC switch (A-
An internal voltage controlled clock generator with manual and CV control with attenuator is available.
These are the features of the A-
Several running modes: forward, backward, pendulum, random, CV controlled step adressing. All modes are available as loop or one-
LED display of the 5 different current modes and one LED for loop/one-
Manual and voltage controlled selection (with attenuator) of the running mode. If no external control voltage is applied one of the 10 modes (5 modes x 2 loop/one-
Manual and voltage control (with attenuator) of first and last step of the sequence. The range is step 1~8 in 8 step and 1~16 in 16 step mode
If the running mode "CV Controlled Step Address" is selected the First Step section is used to determine the active sequencer step. Consequently manual and voltage controlled selection (with attenuator) of the active step is possible: the active step can be set by hand with the first step manual control and then modulated by an external control voltage (e.g. LFO, Random, S&H, Theremin, Joy Stick) at the first step CV input (with attenuator).
An internal voltage controlled clock generator with manual and CV control (with attenuator) is available. The output of the clock generator is displayed with a LED and is used as sequencer clock provided that no external clock signal is connected to the Clock In socket (normalled socket). If the CV input of the Clock section is connected to one of the analogue outputs of the sequencer the time for each step can be set separately. Even jumps (or skipping) will be possible as we will introduce the feature that a very short clock pulse will be generated if the control voltage exceeds a certain value. For example the gate row of the A-
Manual and voltage controlled (with attenuator) pulse width (PW) of the clock signal. This features can be used to obtain a different gate length for each step: e.g. one of the CV outputs of the A-
8/16 step mode: A toggle switch us used to select 8 or 16 steps. The "16 step" mode requires two A-
If two A-
The functions of the Start/Stop/Step/Reset buttons and inputs are the same as for the "old" control unit of the A-
A high level at the Start input or operating the Start button starts the sequence from the momentarily addressed step. Not working in "CV controlled step address" mode.
A high level at the Stop input or operating the Stop button stops the sequence (the last active step remains addressed). Not working in "CV controlled step address" mode.
A high level at the Reset input or operating the Reset button resets the sequence to step 1. The sequence remains at step 1 as long as the Reset input level is high (function is activated by high level, not by low/high transition). Not working in "CV controlled step address" mode.
A positive transition (low -
Manual and voltage controlled selection between "old" A-
Note: With the One-