Nothing fancy. No CV control. No choice of slope.
Nevertheless, it is an effect I fancy on an analog oscillator.
|Bob drills the panel.|
The attenuator is a simple passive one.
|Layout and schematics|
I changed the way I wired the panel. In fact, I don't wire it anymore : pots and jacks are soldered on their own PCB, with the main board attached via spacers. I'm not sure it spares connection wire but it is cleaner on the panel side : no more screw. On the other hand, I have to be very accurate with my designs and my drilling. I did three paper prototypes before finding the correct positioning of things.
Thonk proved a good resource to find the appropriate parts.
Finally, here is a small sonic example. The effect of the slew limiter on the pitch CV of the oscillators can be heard after 16 seconds.