Behringer MiniMoog Clone

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Post by retoid » Mon Jul 08, 2019 10:45 am

dubonaire wrote:
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I thought that was a piece of MH370 for a moment.
Hah, how's that?

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Post by umma gumma » Mon Jul 08, 2019 10:08 pm

Switchzik wrote:You mean, that's what the a-440 switch on the right is for ?
Can you then afterwards change the pitch ?
you probably have to feed +5v into the gate input

A440 is just for tuning, AFAIK

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Post by coolshirtdotjpg » Tue Jul 09, 2019 8:06 pm

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Switchzik wrote:You mean, that's what the a-440 switch on the right is for ?
Can you then afterwards change the pitch ?
you probably have to feed +5v into the gate input

A440 is just for tuning, AFAIK
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Post by Switchzik » Wed Jul 10, 2019 3:22 am

Ok thanks !

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Post by Dave Peck » Wed Jul 10, 2019 1:21 pm

When I read the recent comments I was thinking 'these guys must be wrong - if you want to bypass the VCA (to make it drone or whatever) just use the VCF output jack' But nope, it doesn't have a VCF output jack! There's no way to access the filter output while bypassing the VCA. This is now the third example of a monosynth/complete voice product that has patch points, but doesn't include a filter output jack to directly access the filter output. That seems like an odd omission to me. But yeah, feeding a +5V DC into the VCA mod input will hold the VCA open for drone purposes.

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Post by lilakmonoke » Sun Aug 25, 2019 11:42 am

thats not the only patch point that is missing but the good news is you can add them easily. i was always wondering about that sine generator and how to change the pitch ... but i doubt its control voltage based because how would you get precisely 440 hz out of it? is there some clock generator involved?

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Re: Behringer MiniMoog Clone

Post by _lampshade_ » Sat Apr 11, 2020 5:22 pm

for some reason my model d needs a voltage into the loudness cv input or it makes no sound. i can of course just run a cable from loud cv output to loud cv in, but anyone ran into this? is something broken in the jack which is telling the circuit to bypass the normaling?

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Re: Behringer MiniMoog Clone

Post by latrohexus » Fri May 15, 2020 3:02 pm

Speaking of voltage, has anyone else thrown a multimeter across the LFO outs? I'm breadboarding a buffered mult and using the LFO to test it, and while the manual says it should be +/-2V, I'm only getting -1.7V->1.6V out of it. It's the same at the output of the D and the output of my circuit, so that's good news for my design, but now I'm wondering if that range is in normal tolerance or if there's something amiss.

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