The CGS734 ASR is a sequential sample and hold module for producing arabesque-like forms in musical space. Whenever pulsed, the previously held voltage is sent down the line to three consecutive outputs to produce the electrical equivalent of a canonic musical structure.
Unlike ASRs produced using "bucket brigade" techniques, the CV outputs are constant from the beginning of the cycle to the end - there is no "charge period" in which a brief glide is heard.
The CV input/output range of the ASR is approximately +/- 10V.
To cascade the unit with others, connect the clock inputs to the same trigger source, and connect [OUT 3] of the first ASR to [CV IN] of the second ASR.
This Module is available to buy as -
- A fully assembled module with 3.5mm sockets. (Eurorack 1/8" Standard)
- A fully assembled module with 4mm sockets. (Banana Jack)
- A full DIY kit, all parts and components to build your own 3.5mm sockets.
- A full DIY kit, all parts and components to build your own 4mm sockets
Contents: Panel, PCB/s, Components, Ribbon Cable, Screws
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Elby Designs CGS734 ASR Analog Shift Register DIY KIT Eurorack Synthesizer
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This module is available to buy with 3.5mm (1/8" Jack) sockets or 4mm (Banana Jack) sockets.