lfo - bipolar vs unipolar output

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lfo - bipolar vs unipolar output

Post by Billb3 »

Is there an easy way to convert a bipolar signal to unipolar?

I want to use the output of an lfo / s&h to drive an oscillators CV. having negative voltages really doesnt work well with my oscillators. :(
my current thought is to change the power supply to be unipolar but am wondering if there are other options

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Re: lfo - bipolar vs unipolar output

Post by toneman »

here is a link to the proposed 9748--(maybe now called the 9749?)
http://www.paia.com/talk/download/file.php?id=184

from this thread:
http://www.paia.com/talk/viewtopic.php? ... ifter#p318

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