by Robin Vincent | Approximate reading time: 1 Minute
Verbos Polyphonic Envelope

Verbos Polyphonic Envelope  ·  Source: SonicState

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Hiding in the Bungalows was a Polyphonic Envelope from Verbos Electronics which can run 4 envelopes individually or in a cascade.

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Polyphonic Envelope

The front panel shows the first envelope with the other three hiding behind the scenes. There are three stages, Attack, Hold and Decay and you can trigger them individually via the Gate inputs to the side. An intriguing switch lets you set at which stage you would like the envelopes to fire including end-of-pulse. At the bottom are three slew controls that add or subtract time to the relevant stage. You can work in a decay to the cascade so that each one is smaller than the last.

All the envelopes can be cycled and how have control voltage inputs available over the slewing. There are also outputs on each stage and a mixed output of the sum of all the envelopes.

I’ve watched the video twice now, and I still can’t quite work out what this is all about. I think it’s more to do with running and triggering envelopes around and within themselves rather than dealing with a polyphonic synthesizer voice. But I could be wrong.

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Verbos hope to ship in the late summer but there’s no pricing as yet.

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2 responses to “Superbooth 22: Verbos Electronics Polyphonic Envelope”

  1. Matilduh says:

    Do people still buy Verbos modules after the ongoing support/repairs debacle?

    • Shape says:

      I was very happy with the Verbos support. I got some problems with the amp and tone 3 months ago and I sent them the unit. After one week it was repaired and it costs 30€. All good!

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