3. The modules
and their functions ^
(8) VOLTAGE SUPPLY
across a -5V ~ +5V range.
Provides the output voltage determined by the knob above. This steady
output voltage is usually applied to modulation inputs to obtain a large
change in operating characteristics. For example, it could be used to
greatly vary the VCO's oscillator frequency.
All synthesizer modules are
designed to be voltage controlled. By connecting this voltage supply to another
module's control voltage input jack, you can cause large variations in the way
that module operates by just raising or lowering the supply voltage. This gives
you direct manual control over a very wide range of effects.
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