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rpell2
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re: Making sounds with analogue electronics - Part 4: Voltage-controlled amplifiers
rpell2   1/11/2012 7:06:07 PM
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There is quite a bit more to come, much of which goes into more technical detail than presented so far.

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re: Making sounds with analogue electronics - Part 4: Voltage-controlled amplifiers
sharps_eng   1/6/2012 10:46:58 PM
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This seems to be a very 'Lite' presentation, with no inside information or insights for musician, technician or engineer. I guess if you are a novice entering the field and needing a crash course (like a salesman or Year 1 student) without troubling your intellect with how stuff works or how it can be used, then this would be a decent overview. You might learn more from studying a few music instrument catalogs and datasheets.

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re: Making sounds with analogue electronics - Part 4: Voltage-controlled amplifiers
EREBUS0   1/3/2012 9:57:40 PM
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Excellent article. The breakdown of audio sound components and influencing factors is very well done. The whole series has been very helpful in my research.



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