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Amelia is an envelope/function generator with an unusual ADBR (attack/decay/break/release) configuration.
CV control of all envelope times and of the break level is provided.
The envelope can be set to auto-trigger, turning it into a complex voltage-controlled LFO.
The shape of the attack and decay/release sections can be independently and continuously adjusted from exponential, through linear, to logarithmic.
Amelia was developed with use with sequencers particularly in mind, where often you only have a trigger output, not a gate of adjustable length. It allows you to create complex, fexible, and modulate-able envelope shapes from that simple trigger signal.
The module is constructed entirely from analogue parts and discrete logic. There is no microcontroller or digital-to-analogue conversion involved (and so no quantization of voltage levels or of response time).
Panel width: 8HP
Module depth: 42mm
Pandora draws up to 33mA on the +12V rail, and 33mA on the -12V rail.