If we run out of VCAs (and we do…) we like to push BRENSO a little bit further and use its red section! By using all the four quadrants and a unipolar envelope, we can obtain quite a realistic VCA (even if it’s technically a four-quadrant multiplier).
- USTA (optional)
- Patch BRENSO’s Final output to your favorite output section.
- Set FALISTRI’s yellow generator to Hold and its time scale to Long.
- Set up a sequence on the USTA’s track 1.
- Patch the CV A output to BRENSO’s yellow V/oct input and the Gate A output to FALISTRI’s yellow Trig/Gate input.
- Patch FALISTRI’s yellow unipolar output to BRENSO’s AM/RM input and set the AM/RM switch to IV.
Now BRENSO’s four-quadrant multiplier will work as a sort of linear VCA!