SoundForce tells us that their new Dual ADSR module is a feature-rich envelope generator with full CV control of each stage. They say that it features 2 identical envelope sections, one on the top and one on the bottom. Each section has 4 manual sliders to control each stage of the envelope. The CV input signals are added to the manual slider positions allowing you to modulate the ADSR curves with external CV sources. Here's more details in SoundForce's own words...
Juno obsession continuing:
The ADSR curve of the Juno 106 was replicated and is available in time range M in combination with the EXP response. Please note that the attack phase is linear in that mode to model the Juno ADSR faithfully.
Flexible “End Of ” output:
An digital “end of” output can trigger at the end of a chosen ADSR stage, either end of attack, end of decay or end of release, according to the position of the respective toggle switch.
Thanks to cycle mode you can create LFO-like waveform without an input GATE signal, but also generate interesting cycling envelopes.
The Dual ADSR is powered by a 120Mhz ARM Cortex-M micro-controller with a built-in DAC. This modern chip allows for extremely smooth envelopes curves even at high frequencies. Thanks to digital technology, the implementation of CV control in software makes the hardware more simple thus economical and allows for different time ranges and 2 curve responses (LIN/EXP).
Pricing and Availability:
The Dual ADSR is available right now to order at 199 euros (incl VAT for EU customers) on the SoundForce webshop with a 15 euros lockdown discount and at some selected dealers.
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