ADSR



manikk ADSR is a linear envelope generator.

You can use it to create normal linear ADSR-style envelopes, but you can also use the parameters and modulation capabilities to create other type of envelopes.

In loop-mode the module can be used as LFO. By using the jump-parameter, the module can be used as a gate delay.

Main features:

  • Linear behavior
  • Loop – after a completed envelope it starts over again and again…
  • Invert – the envelope is inverted and moves from max to zero and back to max again.
  • Jump – no gliding between the phases, it just waits and jumps to the target level.
  • Freeze – freeze the time and hold the current envelope output level.
  • Reverse – run backwards: R-S-D-A.
  • Amplitude – lower or modulate the amplitude.
  • Time-range – extend or modulate the A, D, R-times.
  • Modulation – the modulation jack can modulate most of the parameters.
  • Retrig input jack – retrig an ongoing envelope.
  • Gate/trig input jack – start the envelope.
  • EG output jack – the resulting output curve (0 – 8,2V) .

Almost all of the parameters can be modulated by the modulation input jack.

Some basic behaviors can be configured by a number of config-parameters.

Package Contents

  • 1 Module
  • 1 Power cable
  • 2 Screws

Expander

You can add an optional active expander to this module. The expander gives you eight additional digital outputs.

Active expander outputs:

  • Attack state
  • Decay state
  • Sustain state
  • Release state
  • Modulation input peak
  • Freeze
  • Idle
  • EG ongoing

See here how to connect the Otto Active Expander to the ADSR.

MIDI

The ADSR can optionally be controlled by MIDI. Read more about MIDI here.

Price

1,990 SEK

Technical specifications

Dimensions

Width: 4 HP
Depth: 31 mm

Current consumption

+12V: 35 mA
-12V: 9 mA


Additional files, images and videos

ADSR - User manual


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