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(11) MODULATION VOLTAGE CONTROLLED AMPLIFIER (MVCA)

[mvca module]
- voltage controlled amplifier (MVCA)


[one] CONTROL VOLTAGE INPUT (CV IN)
Input jack for the control voltage signal. VCA output signal level (amplitude) will be affected over a 0V ~ +5V range in this control voltage.
[two] SIGNAL INPUT (IN)
Input jack for the signal that the control voltage input that will control the amplitude of. This input's signal frequency can be anything from DC (0 Hz) through the audio spectrum, so that you can control the level of any kind of signal you want.
[three] SIGNAL OUTPUT (OUT)
The level (amplitude or volume) of this output signal is controlled by the signal you have connected to the CV IN jack. When the control voltage input is 0V, this signal will be 0V.

This VCA may be used for different purposes from the other VCA (3) which is only suited for audio (sound) signals. Because this VCA is not limited in the types of input signal it can handle, it is often used for the remote control of the (control voltage) signals that modulate other modules. This VCA is sometimes called a modulation VCA or MVCA for this reason. Delayed vibrato is the most common example of such an application.


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