AJH MiniMod Dual Contour black
|Two independent envelopes in one Eurorack module, which are accurate clones of the Minimoog's envelope generators. Each unit can be used as an AD or ADSD envelope. |
AJH Synth stayed close to the original when designing the envelopes, even the internal operational voltages have been taken into consideration. The retrigger behaviour of the transistor based envelopes is special, because when re-triggering the envelope, it didn't restart at 0V but at the momentary voltage. At longer decay settings the envelope got louder and louder, up to 10.5V.
The Minimoog envelopes had three parameters only: attack, decay and sustain. The release was switchable and its length was determined by the decay parameter. You could use them either as attack-decay envelopes or attack-decay-sustain-decay. In the Dual Countour module this is selectable per envelope.
The envelopes can be fired manually with buttons.
About the manufacturer
AJHSynth is headed up by Allan "J" Hall and based near Bournemouth, on the South coast of England. He started by building a guitar fuzz box at the tender age of 12. Fast forward, he has been building and modding synth systems both for himself and other electronic musicians for more than 15 years, spent five years as a service technician repairing and modifying Moog, Arp, Korg, Roland and other analogue synthesisers along with some Pro Audio design work. Since 2014 he offers a line of phenomenal Model D based Eurorack modules, the MiniMod series.