Definitions

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  • Voltage Controlled Oscillator.
  • Voice Carry Over, a service that relays voice communication to the deaf.

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Examples

  • In an analog synthesizer, these three sections are commonly called the VCO, VCF, and VCA, with VC being the abbreviation for Voltage Controlled, and the other letters standing for Oscillator, Filter, and Amplifier, respectively.

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  • The PG-800 provides knobs and switches for all tone parameters such as VCO, VCA, VCF, envelopes, and LFO.

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  • The money doesn't pay for officers of the VCO to spend time reading and replying to consultation documents – let alone attending consultation meetings or events.

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  • Virgin Coconut Oils or VCO are rich in lauric acid, an antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal and antiprotozoal agent, which can aid in the elimination of viruses, bacteria and other pathogens, which strengthens the body's immune system.

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  • VCO has an anti-inflammatory action when massaged on joints and limbs.

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  • VCO helps in absorption of fat-soluble vitamins (A, D, E, and K), Vitamin B and minerals (Ca, Mg, Fe).

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  • I wanna hook up the remaining modules on the 2700 now; the ring modulator, bandpass filter, and lowpass filter and get the second VCO put back in.

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  • DCOs do sound thinner, because the waveform is more uniform than a VCO.

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  • For me no matter DCO or VCO, if you have a good filter section.

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  • A prime example is the difference between the VCO based Xpander and the DCO Matrix6.

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