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PostPosted: Sun Jun 29, 2014 2:35 pm    Post subject: VCLFO
Subject description: Stripping it down
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I am working on a layout for a sequencer based around the Moog 960, and for the LFO in it rather than try and decode the big Moog LFO on circuit board 3 in the proper schematics, I want to put Mr Usson's VCLFO in.

To do this, I want to take out all the sine, triangular and saw circuitry. This means I can bring the IC count down to one TL074 and the 7555 chip. (Plus some other stuff for the oscillator start and stop, I'll dream up something to do with a flipflop or something for that that the VCLFO can feed into.)

My question is, can I use one of the TL074 opamps in the modulation/rate part of the circuit? Does it depend strongly on the opamp there being the LM741?
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