The module is based on a bucket brigade device with six parallel delay taps. Those six delay times have no relationship to each other and their outputs have different levels. You have to consider the chorus/reverb effect as a mixture of six different short delays what results in a dense sound. The clock frequency which scans the bucket brigade is audible and you´ll have to use a low pass filter in order to eliminate or minimize it.
The delay time can be set with the according control between 2.5ms and 150ms. CV control gives you much shorter / longer delay times.
The resonance has to be considered as the delay´s feedback parameter and it can go up to self-oscillation. The dry / wet relation can be controlled manually and with a CV.
The Dual Bus version of the RS-310 features two power connectors, meaning it can be directly connected to either an Analog Systems or a Doepfer modular system. – Adapters are no longer necessary.
Because of the different position of the mounting holes there will be a gap of 0.5HP (= 2.5 mm) when mounting an Analogue Systems module next to a Eurorack module. Take this into consideration when planning your system. Gaps can be covered with 1.5HP wide blank panels by Doepfer.
Signal input and signal output
2 CV inputs (1x fixed, 1x variable with attenuator) for delay time and one CV input for dry/wet mix.
3U Analogue Systems module, 12 HP wide, ca. 60-70mm deep
17mA power consumption