Dannysound - Looping VCADSR

Product information "Dannysound - Looping VCADSR"
The LOOPING VCADSR is a 4-stage envelope generator that uses a Microcontroller from Electric Druid to generate a Voltage Controllable,
Loop-able Envelope. The individual parts of the Envelope (Attack, Decay, Sustain, Release and Level) can all be individually controlled via CV.

This module has 3 MODES of operation:

• Normal Envelope – Gate signal fires ADSR
• Gated Looping Envelope – ADSR loops whilst gate signal is high.
• Looping Envelope – ADSR loops regardless of gate signal.

When the envelope is looping, all 5 controls affect the output. Attack and Decay operate, as one would expect.
The Sustain control sets the minimum voltage the decay part of the envelope will decay to.
The Release sets a release time from the end of the Sustain period to the beginning of the next cycle.
When the Sustain is set to 0 you can use the Release control to add a delay between the Attack and Decay cycles.

In Normal Envelope mode the Sustain CV input can be used with an LFO source to add amplitude modulation that gradually increases
as the Envelope transitions from the Attack/Decay part of the envelope into the Sustain part.
The Level CV is also a useful point for amplitude modulation or can be used for Velocity Sensitivity via CV.

• 3 Modes of operation: Normal, Gated Loop, Constant Loop
• CV over: Attack, Decay, Sustain, Release, Level
• Works with GATE signals from +5V to +12V
• Output CV range 0V to +10V
• Based on the ENVGEN circuit design from Electric Druid

THT-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. Only trough-hole parts to solder. Make sure to check the build guide before you buy. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
Current draw +12 V [mA]: 28
Current draw -12 V [mA]: 18
DIY Level: Advanced
Depth [mm]: 34
Width [HP]: 6
Format: 3U
Panel / Color: Silver Alu
Manufacturer "Dannysound"
Dannysound is a small Berlin based electronics company, specialising in the design of Eurorack modular synthesisers. The aim of Dannysound synthesisers is to provide high quality audio design and performance. There is a focus on warm sounding, soft-clipping saturation inherent to the designs, that can make recorded tracks "sit" better in a mix. ‍ The collection started with a basic synthesiser voice that included reworkings of some classic designs to provide added functionality or better performance where necessary. The future of the collection will focus more on original designs, however, there are also some classic modules that have been requested by users that might make their way into the line-up. ‍ The modules are currently available as kits from Thonk.co.uk and there are plans to start making fully assembled versions in the near future. I started playing guitar in the 80’s, when it was cool. In the 90’s I studied jazz at music college and then went on to have a glittering career playing some of the worst pubs and clubs, to absolutely no one for 5 years. Then I decided to make electronic music and before I even recorded the first note I got a record deal…they liked the idea! Recorded an album… got dropped! Had a ton of rubbish jobs until a friend suggested university, so I got a degree in electronics with the specific goal of making musical equipment. Designed guitar effects, valve guitar amplifiers and synths; building polyphonic and monophonic complete systems for a number of years. A friend suggested I design Eurorack modules and with the help of Thonk the brand was established. The company name was suggested by a friend also. I fixed a lot of bands gear for a while and I liked to tinker around to get the best sound possible, so the name Dannysound (Danny's sound), is what he suggested… it seemed to fit with the design philosophy, plus I had no better ideas, so that’s the name.

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