Yamaha - E1010 Analog Delay  [schematic]

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KHELSTROM
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Here's a schematic I have of the rackmount Yamaha E1010 analog delay. It's split into two images and the resolution isn't the best. If anyone has a larger/ higher res. copy please post.

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Post by Dirk_Hendrik »

Nothing as unrewarding as posting something that is worth looking at and getting 0 response.

Thanks. I had these already but that's of no concern.
Comments?
Yes! Take a look at the LFO section for the modulation. At the end there's a hypertriangular conversion of the waveform. The 1010 was the first effect unit where I saw this put in practice.

Hypertriangular!?
Hammer.ampage.org and look for the Hypertriangular articles.
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Dirk_Hendrik wrote:something that is worth looking
I did look. But I hardly see something I recognize well... Oh, yes, there are transistors! :blackeye :wink:
Dirk_Hendrik wrote:I had these already but that's of no concern.
Any chance of higher resolution ones?
Dirk_Hendrik wrote:At the end there's a hypertriangular conversion of the waveform. The 1010 was the first effect unit where I saw this put in practice.
Now off I go googling for it... :wink:
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I have one of these on the way. Any interest in gut shots?

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Yes, please do, could you make the shots hi quality ? I'm very interested.

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Guts shots as promised
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Post by stonefreed »

Thanks a lot , very informative pics. I 've always thought this delay sounded terrific !

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Guys, sorry for resurrecting this ancient thread. A buddy of mine has one of these in his possession and I think it sounds fabulous.
I was asked to make him a footswitch for it. Am I right (according to the schematic) that I can use a simple SPST latching footswitch connected through a mono jack?

Thanks!

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Yep. Sure looks like it. It just mutes the signal going to the delay lines.
Sorry. Plain out of planes.

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https://www.dropbox.com/s/1icbwmby7vxk8 ... 0.jpg?dl=0 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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