antto wrote:MMM: uhm.. what?!
i thought the loudness of accented notes comes from another place, not the cutoff envelope (C62/R138)
lemme see, iirc it's somewhere R119 and C36
Nope; it's actually the (short) filter envelope passing through R119 (and being slightly smoothed by C36). Just trace it backwards from R119:
- the point where part of the accent signal is split through D24 to the resonance pot
- the wiper of the accent pot
- pin 2 of IC12
- pin 1 of IC12
And on pin 1 you'll find the filter envelope (or its short version for accented notes).
the problem he has (according to what he describes) must be the cutoff envelope minimum decay time being too short which is C62/R138, the loudness comes from another place thus it works fine, the accent sweep (C13) is based on the cutoff envelope and making the decay any shorter will reduce the acc. sweep and make it inaudiable
That's not how I read it. As far as I understand him the shortest time for non-accented notes (Decay fully counterclockwise) is identical to the accented notes:
r.odent wrote:That's right, bottoming decay results in decay on normal notes that sound identical to accented ones.