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5.1.4 The envelopes 50
5.1.5 Output amplifiers (Voltage Control Amplifier - VCA) 52
5.1.6 Noise Generator 52
5.1.7 Voltage processor (Mixer / inverter / lag generator) 53
5.1.8 Sample and Hold generator 53
5.1.9 The “electronic switch” module (Electronic switch) 54
5.1.10 Envelope follower 55
5.1.11 Ring modulator 55
5.1.12 “Tracking” generator 56
5.1.13 Reverberation 57
5.1.14 Chorus and delay effects 58
5.1.15 Control voltages (CV control) 58
5.2 Keyboard interface (Model 3620) 59
5.3 Low frequency oscillator (LFO) 60
5.4 The ARP sequencer 60
6 The basics of subtractive synthesis 63
6.1 The three main elements 63
6.1.1 The oscillator or VCO 63
6.1.2 The filter or VCF 67
6.1.3 The amplifier or VCA 69
6.2 Complementary modules 70
6.2.1 The keyboard 70
6.2.2 The envelope generator 71
6.2.3 The low frequency oscillator 72
6.2.4 The ring modulator 73
6.2.5 Sample and hold 73
7 A few elements of sound design 75
7.1 Simple patch without cabling 75
7.2 Polyphonic patch with cabling 78
7.3 Special effects patch with the help of the tracking generator 81
7.4 Patch using the sequencer to create a melody 84
7.5 Patch using the sequencer to create a modulation sequence 86
8 Modes of operation 88
8.1 Standalone 88
8.1.1 Launch the application 88
8.1.2 Configuration of the instrument 88
8.2 VST 2 89
8.3 VST 3 89
8.4 RTAS 89
8.5 AU 89
8.6 64 bit compatibility 89
8.7 Use in Cubase/Nuendo (VST) 90
8.7.1 Instrument use in VST mode 90
8.7.2 Rescan the plug-in directory in Cubase 91
8.7.3 Saving of presets 91
8.8 Using in Pro Tools (RTAS) 91
8.8.1 Opening of the plug-in 91
8.8.2 Saving the presets 92
8.8.3 Automation under Pro Tools 92
8.9 Using in Logic, Mac OS X (AU) 92
8.10 Using in Ableton Live (AU and VST) 93
ARP2600V END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT 95
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