Analogue Systems RS- 70

An inverter is an example of a 'Voltage Processor'. It produces no signal of its own, but affects those presented to its input. The result of the process depends upon the nature of the source signal and, since CVs as well as audio signals may be inverted, a wide range of effects can be generated. For example, you could present a keyboard CV to the Inverter. This means that, as you play up the keyboard (and, therefore, as the keyboard CV increases) the voltage generated by the inverter will decrease. One obvious use for this is to make the pitch of an oscillator descend rather than ascend as you play up the keyboard. Alternatively, you could also pass the inverted CV to a VCA so that high notes are quieter than low ones. This allows you to cross-fade between sounds as you play different notes.

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