Hah, how's that?dubonaire wrote:I thought that was a piece of MH370 for a moment.retoid wrote:
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^Correct on both countsumma gumma wrote:you probably have to feed +5v into the gate inputSwitchzik wrote:You mean, that's what the a-440 switch on the right is for ?
Can you then afterwards change the pitch ?
A440 is just for tuning, AFAIK
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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.
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?
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?
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.