I thought mine was bust for this reason when I first got it. After corresponding with Andre it seems the 207 needs a 10ms trigger. I get the feeling it may be a bit longer in real life, but haven't measured it. In any case a simple gate conditioner (I've used MI Stages) can work wonders, and can even bring a little "feel" to the rhythm.deKaro wrote: ↑Tue Aug 18, 2020 9:38 pmSame here. On top of that, sometimes it works like expect and sometimes it doesn't. Sometimes it plays the individual notes and sometimes, when the rests are shorter, it plays the whole sequence of the Turing Machine I work with.behndy wrote: ↑Mon Jul 15, 2019 3:11 pmboop boop. got it in, and NIFTY. sitting down to learn my through the cute beasty and it's working different than i understood it would.
i have a melodic line CV going into 01 CV In, 01 CV Out to Rings, 02 CV Out to 2hp Sine. that works fineeeeee. since only the 01 CV In is plugged into, it dupes the quantized CV out to 02 CV Out as well.
but then i have different gate patterns going into 01 Gate In, 02 Gate In and 03 Gate In. and experiencing two things that are different than i expected.
01) i thought with a gate input that channel would only put out the note that was being quantized when that gate hit? like if the melody being put out was C D E F, and a gate was only hitting on when the C and E were going out the CV Out, you wouldn't hear the D and the F? maybe i have too long of a gate going in? but when the VCA for the Sine is open, i get the entire melodic pattern. like if i just trigger it every other beat, i hear the C then slide to the D the E then slide to F. was hoping to have the CV out freeze until the next gate.
02) it doesn't pass through to the Gate Out. on Channel 02 and 03 i was sending a different gate pattern to each, and the out to the envelope going into the VCA. if i stack cable the gate, then the VCA opens when it should, if i send out the Gate Out for that channel it..... some times does? i can't figure out WHEN it's triggering. i thought at first it was cascading like gates were read Channel 01 then 02 then 03 then 01 then 02 then 03 etc. but it's not doing that. just.... occasionally sends a gate.
what am i doing wrong?
I will record a video today. I'm going directly from the Turing Machine into the 207 with normal cables (not stackcables).
What did confuse me though is that having a cable in CV inputs below the first isn't enough to break the normalling. There has to be a voltage present or the CV from inputs above still cascade down. Checking back, it does say that in the manual.