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I just noticed this one on Modulargrid.
Is there a release date for this yet?
Does it function as a slew in ASR mode?

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Depends on what you define as slew. If you're trying to get a slowly rising and falling curve out of a gate, then yes. The ASR mode is is basically an ADSR with the decay rate set to 0 and sustain level set to the maximum.
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Is this module still being made? Can't find it anywhere...
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mzero wrote:Is this module still being made? Can't find it anywhere...
pretty sure it was never made...
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it will be. let's get these larger EGs out first. i still want to do the .EG and Modulation Generator but they have to wait until after the VCO.

on the bright side, the large EG will be shipping after NAMM.
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Mine showed up in the mail yesterday. It took a while, but it's really worth it.

My only gripe is that there seems to be now way to feed it a clock without having another STG module to provide it with the STG sync buss on the back. Everything about that annoys me, since I don't have any other sync buss modules in my rig. Oh well.
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when the only complaint is that it seamlessly integrates into a larger network of related modules, i can only take that as a compliment.

a MIDI capable Time Buffer is something the hardware is designed for but has no firmware yet, so that will happen.
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Did these ever hit the shelves?
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riskysafety wrote: Wed May 25, 2022 7:33 pm Did these ever hit the shelves?
it's getting redesigned.

i've got a simple analogue ADSR in 4HP and a different take on this .EG concept. the .EG is going to be digital still but we had to move platforms, so we're making a development module for internal use for writing new software for all of the modules that can't be made right now because of parts availability issues.

the analogue ADSR will happen first. it's the next schematic i'm tossing to the new engineer.
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Good luck! The SOC world seems to change every week or two. It makes design/implementation difficult if you want to sell something for more then a few months. :bang:
(No wonder the DOTCOM Q119 is using a big old 8051/8052 chip.)
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mishap wrote: Tue Oct 11, 2022 7:19 pm Good luck! The SOC world seems to change every week or two.
i have selected a very new chip that i think has some extremely long legs on it which is a bit of a sleeper because people haven't figured out how to use it yet.

i actually have been woodshedding on new skills (someone in this forum criticised the way i pronounced "integer" and speculated i might be auto-didactic, which is completely true), and actually have drawn the schematic for this new dev board _myself_ and am going to route it tonight.

i won't be writing the software, and i'm not sure if i'll ever make another module in eurorack again, but at least this transition is getting started.
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