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ANALOG SEQUENCER AS-1 | cookBook ‘Thank you for purchasing the POLYFUSION Aralog Sequencer Modal AS, Theis the finest nettument of Re {ype availble today and raprasants only 3 part of POL YEUSION'sarewina tne of professional electronic musi insteumesta, The AS athe heart ofan Unpre {Codontaly exible sequedcer system designed tobe un- ‘Sta ether in he studio or lv performance is called am araiog toquencor because tha "maar for contol voltages the result ofthe mca nial et- {ing ofa pototiomser any one af the Progtam cor {wold rather than the electron storage of bi hurmbo representing contol voltage sein ad quence. This more direct "mameryallova the ane tog sequence o be manipulates fr more quickly and offers cstnt acvemages in com and rogram. It sour sincere hope that you find th able contalier and that yu find foo ‘ble instrumant- As with mast shea ‘the renge and varity of Use forthe AS-i ‘nly by the imagination ofthe musician, CNT} Electrical Specifications Line Input: 95-130 VAC; 60 2:25 8 max Fre Size: % A slow blow Buss No. MDL Mi Littefure No. 313.250, External Clock Input: ules rom O V to atlas 0.8 OV'10 15 V max Clock Control Input: 0-4V wl swap clock over ‘antire rane with Clook Rate Control max. Clock Rate Control will determina max clone frequency attains with contol imu Clock Rate (ith Clock Control Input Disconnect) 05H: 60 He. contro! Output: 0-4 V DC determined by serting of selected Program Control. \V-tiggee Output: postive pulse from 048 V ‘commencing time of column selectan, Put with 5 ms, 50 ma soure. 4 S-Trigger Output: A negative pulse from 16-0 V commencing at time of columa selection, Pulse Comat mi RNB, BO AE Powar/Address Output Jack Pin Aasgnmants: Pin 1: 16'V ruled OC power Pin 2: Ground Pin Adres bit Pin &: Adon Bit Pin: Acres it © Pin 6 Aare bit D Pin: Clock Pin 8: Exeral “step” Physical Speestions Seb: Approx. 10" x 54" BK (WAHAB); 25.4em x 13.3 em 21.66m. Wight: Approx. Bn 2.7 Ka, Shipping Wola: Approx. 6.3.6 Ka, (Control and Festree 16 Control Program Controls 16 Column Selection LED Indestors 16 SkiNormal/Stop Column Function Switches 1 External Clock Input Jak 4 Clock Conta input Jace 1 Step Pushbutton Swteh Daa ae 2 Step Pushbutton Switch 1 Clock Rave Control 2 Control Volage Output sacks 4 Vetrieser Output sack 1 Power, Column Ades, and ‘lock Output Jack 1 2" Patch Cord with phone jck to Zeonductor Jones plug fr Srigger connection to MOOS instruments 23" Patch Cords with" pone ck at each end, 1 insertion Bookie. HOW TO MAKE IT Do THAT DEFINITIONS {S00 lst pone ROW: The serie af Program Controls fone through sieteen) that provide the control voltage sequence ‘Additional rows may be ured to generate efferent but simultaneous contro voltage sequences. coum Al the Program Controls astoeatad by number — that wen moe then oa fw is Usd, the Program taneous apa is manipulated withthe same Coloma labled 1”. The sequencer selects eolumns of Program Controle wen more tan the integral ro i use, ‘An czar that sete levi. The 5-1 hae one CONTROL VOLTAGE: “Any volta that motes the operation of. Yoltecontaies deve, {The AS hes both & font input forthe clock at, end control outputs ‘9 control other votape-cntelled devia) ‘eso contol votes is what a sequencer ill about. Sequence. This column wil remain setivated unt Function Seiten for that column i itched back leo thatthe nxt eoluma wil be selected immed CLOCK RATE CONTROL: With ao clock rate contro input, this conte simply devermines the clock ate and, therefore, "shift in 30 seconds ond athe cookies extreme thee wil be approximately 50 shits par sacond, ih 3 rete control input applied, the lock ate ill determine the maximum ate that the clock sTer: This switch produces single locke ike pute each ime itis depresed. Unlike the clock, however, 4 = ‘the te snitch wil signal the selection ofthe next cola even whan the current eolumn inthe ‘STOP mode, PROGRAM CONTROL: ‘When particular column is selted, this contrat {tom tat column determines what control voltage sppears atthe Contol Output, Counterelockwise ‘cusi OV, and clock equale 4 V. ‘ABASIC COOK BOOK A short course to famllarize yourself withthe ‘operation ofthe AS | Programming: 1. Patch your synthesizer to produce a constant tone (.., monitor an oxllator directly oF turn up the fied conta voltage ofthe VA), 2, Connect the Control Output of the AS-1t0 the ‘Hequeney contol input of an osilater. | 8, Sera shteon Column Funetion Switehes to the "stop" postion. 4. Using the Step switch, monualy advance the AS-1 10 the first column tit snot already {fast oy t0 insure proper intonation is to use one {column 9 reterence for tuning the others: 11 Tune the Program Control for column 1 es ove 21 Set columns 3-16 in normal mode. 5, Set the Clock Rate Contra t maximum. 5. Tune the Program Contol No.2 1, Press the Stap snitch, You re now bck to column 1. You may sep between one and tno 15 many times as needed for comparison, 7. Place column 2 inthe “normal” position 3d column 3 in the "stop" postion. 8, Three may now be tuned and compared with lone ae nae. And #9.0n 8. Barc Sequence Operation: A. Peteh the sya con ovaries el similar what you use when contol the keyboard Connact the contrl uiput of the AS to the ‘requaney cont inputs of bath the oscilaor ana the low pss ier. ‘Connect the sporopiate rigger output of the 1:1 tothe ger input ofan envelope genera- tor, NOTE: The vient output mand pulse only and wl not {ain parameter of the envelope ae “Tharsfor the atc time mut be len vad with 3 Minimo, te controler cay siteh must be ‘eeayof the ervlope wil of thetone Paste oer 10 tories section: the ASAT wil tating 1 alloe completely fervlope generators] Program the AS- to Peal ealurnsin the sot youae 6. Ty ening the Cle eters ee re ey cee rar rcecee Peete et eee tet eee ney terete) Pe ere Reena) eens pee Ce Se ae eee ene nts Cera ee cee a ee el eee eT eres eee ee cee ee es ates este te ey Pare eaten a epee ee nr rss otters cece heen ene era peer St tens Eoprees See oes CPUC hath rh en teree Ts eee eee CE eee Coreen l ners Cerone nner! Se renee ony cane ren eet eee Ty Cente heey SRS aa ee ay So eee eee tee es Ce te eT SOS Ce ete eee een source while the integrat ow is used to control rhythn + HOW IT DOES THAT With reference tothe above dapram, heres a brit deserption of what happens inside the AS-1 The clock of the AST isan ocilstor which pro duces a train of ples jus ike the pulse output of the ‘sellators ins synthesizer, Each time the clock tks, the address generator adi hat tick to those whieh it hha alrndy counted, This count eppens asa Ait binary word serving ae an addres which determines what program control (alum) is selected Also, with each ‘lock pulse, the riggecs ae produced to turn an the tnuclope generator ofthe asoesatod rynchene. When the oddess generator count p t sixteen, the next pulse reset ft to one, The address code ia Follows: Be ge Bt Bit ‘Column A ae ec ian) Seleced cam oee-ce eo 1 so, olan 2 aries 104 “Then rest to: Pisces ere fer ee + } ms ett De: Sa Output = = ace / Virig Output : eee att f Seto TT i 1 HH TEE ELE pial In this manner, the clock putas ae counted 10 form The decoder rade this addres and ehannais the ade ‘output wil sen accomplish several asks eluding 1. The selection ofthe asnciated column (in clung ihting the indict lam. 2. ithe Colum Funetion Smite inthe “sop” poston, this put cancel the effet of the clock pulses on the acirase generator and, thereore, halts the progression ofthe sequence 3. the Columa Funetion Salto ein the "ski" Poston, this output supplier second, very fst, Dulte tthe input ofthe eres generator, Fiely thisdecodes output is vided down by ‘means of the progtem control to datermine what con ‘vol voltage so apper atthe contol voltag8 output HOW TO MAKE IT DO MORE The folowing units may be ace to the POLY FUSION ‘Arlog Sequencer by simply Plueging them into the Pow ‘ures Output jack, Each accesory hag am alta Pos ri Adress Output ink to secomadate another ‘The Seasecer isl eon comfortably Bower of these sosguie ia j ASR Row Module ‘ramming contrat. These prosrommod voltage re Sts second pararute ating toa single voce i ‘Gucnesr or fiter ot oft fraueney in adation to oi IGrorrequeney contol ofthe Analog Sequencer lack {ate (proving very flexible rhythm programm), and, {elengthen the sequanee. ‘AS-IS Sequential Switch “This vice wil sccepe ftom two to four inputs and sil ulact ane of ch inputs to appear atthe output Une ‘iltiggered to ster the next autout and s0\on In practi tra, with on Ansiog Sequencer and thes Rowe Negus, te Sequential Sitch Maule ean provi 3 ‘ety four eontrel voltage sequonee by selecting the out- pur atone ow, through tesiteencatumns, then ano {hor rou through is sitesn columns, sna eon. The {itlogfsom row to row wil occur autometiesly Ber ‘een column 16d column 1 ASAT Trigger Module “This unt provider mons for routing the trigere sociated with ach column selection 1ciferant out ‘lows the Analog Sequencer to gaer Sent envelope generators wth an intricate shyt = iatonship or; when used with «sal synthesize, ean proce ck lected chyhmi patented fo Een ofthe three trigger outputs hae» variable te time conta slowing ere flexible une af evel est eget Patch Corde ‘aston moulded patch cords a longthsat 127 314d 5 LIMITED WARRANTY. ALPOLYEUSION instumant ‘vag ttom datacenter Hon eauted by ‘Shoulda malfunction oot ingrument ship the uni IN CARTON to POLYFUSIOR Nv 14228, for resin Shipment most be ‘ment wll bereurned ‘aly within two nor