ADSR with new features such as freeze, invert, jump, reverse/backwards: R-S-D-A.
You can use it to create normal linear ADSR-style envelopes, but you can also use the parameters and modulation capabilities to create other type of envelopes.
In loop-mode the module can be used as LFO. By using the jump-parameter, the module can be used as a gate delay.
Loop – after a completed envelope it starts over again and again…
Invert – the envelope is inverted and moves from max to zero and back to max again.
Jump – no gliding between the phases, it just waits and jumps to the target level.
Freeze – freeze the time and hold the current envelope output level.
Reverse – run backwards: R-S-D-A.
Amplitude – lower or modulate the amplitude.
Time-range – extend or modulate the A, D, R-times.
Modulation – the modulation jack can modulate most of the parameters.
Retrig input jack – retrig an ongoing envelope.
Gate/trig input jack – start the envelope.
EG output jack – the resulting output curve (0 – 8,2V) .
Almost all of the parameters can be modulated by the modulation input jack.
Some basic behaviors can be configured by a number of config-parameters.
1 Power cable
You can add an optional active expander to this module. The expander gives you eight additional digital outputs.
Active expander outputs:
Modulation input peak
See here how to connect the Otto Active Expander to the ADSR.
The ADSR can optionally be controlled by MIDI.
Width: 4 HP
Depth: 31 mm
+12V: 35 mA
-12V: 9 mA