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Doepfer A-110 VCO (Voltage Controlled Oscillator)

An oscillator is a tone generator, the most basic building block of a synthesizer. The Doepfer A-110 can generate four different waveforms, each with its distinctive own overtone spectrum.

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Doepfer A-118 Noise + Random Voltage

Module A-118 is a noise and random voltage generator. It produces three types of signal: white noise, colored noise, and random voltage. White and colored noise can be used as audio sources, and the...

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Doepfer A-147 VCLFO (Voltage Controlled Low Frequency Oscillator)

A LFO is a oscillator especially adapted to be used as a modulation source running at slow rate. It can be used to create trills, vibrato, tremolo or control of slowly evolving soundscapes.

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Doepfer A-108 VCF8 (Voltage Controlled Filter)

Voltage Controlled Filter based on the well known transistor-ladder filter (Moog ladder) but with a unique external feedback path.

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Doepfer A-140 ADSR (Attack Decay Sustain Release envelope generator)

An ADSR envelope generator is a gate-triggered time-controlled series of events outputting timed changes in voltage output. The different phases represents that of an acoustic sound described in...

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Doepfer A-132-3 DVCA (Dual Linear/Exponential Voltage Controlled Amplifier)

The A-132-3 is composed of two identical Voltage Controlled Amplifiers where each has a manual gain control and a Control Voltage input with attenuator. The character of the Control Voltage response...

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Buchla and Moog started it all with their modular synthesizers in the 1960s. Doepfer made it affordable in the 1990s by introducing the Eurorack standard. Today, the Modular plug-in from Softube...