This synth is one of the early competitive products for the Moog Mini, but included a few capabilities that the Mini did not have. Features such as Pulse Width Modulation of the square wave and multiple envelopes were features offered by many later manufacturers. The modulation routing was also far in advance of that offered by the Mini Moog.
Bristol implemented an ARP Axxe, then an ARP Odyssey, and finally the ARP 2600. All synthesisers are a progression on their predecessors.
Sample #1: second memory, repeating envelope, scanning filter envelope.
This was played from my laptop QWERTY so there are some faults. There is also clicking between notes that can be eliminated by applying only ADSR to the AMP rather than adding a direct gain. Release 0.30.5 adds grooming code to the direct gain to prevent this.
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