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  • Hi Rob,

    One thought after reading through your article: Could the reference voltage input be the level at which the Attack/Decay comparator switches?
    If the envelope always charged towards +15V, but allowed you to alter the level at which it switched, you’d have some degree of control over the straightness/curviness of the attack curve. However, such a scheme would probably alter the maximum level of the output, and also requires explanation of how the sustain CV remains at 0-10V rather than 0-Vref.
    Perhaps it works the other way around and the comparator always switches at the same level, but you can alter the level it charges towards as you suggested. This also provides some degree of control over the curve, and maybe causes less other issues?

    May 10, 2019

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