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Post Lawsuit Filter crosstalk problem
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Author Post Lawsuit Filter crosstalk problem
thaneco
Can anyone tell me how to get rid of the crosstalk/bleeding problem of the STG Post Lawsuit Filter? Thanks!
Sinamsis
What's the problem? I have one in eurorack and I haven't noticed anything. Then again I can be pretty clueless about these things.
lvoemachine
are you sure it's not being created by your power? Mine has no bleed/crosstalk but at one point i was using a just OK switching supply and I'd get crosstalk because the oscillator sound would travel along the power lines.
thaneco
No , I'm afraid its the module...It happens when cuttoff is zero and resonance is raised a bit. Please help
suitandtieguy
this has been documented and discussed here already, clip R43 and you lose the amplitude compensation but also lose the bleed.

https://www.muffwiggler.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=28691
anderson303
suitandtieguy wrote:
this has been documented and discussed here already, clip R43 and you lose the amplitude compensation but also lose the bleed.

https://www.muffwiggler.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=28691


Really love this filter but I'm getting a mild buzz/noise issue. Is that hat we're talking about here? And are you saying that by taking some clippers to R43 (I have zero soldering experience) this buzz will go away?

THANKS!
anderson303
On Further reading you said "I don't want to make this filter sound worse by making it sound better" neither do I. You can't hear the buzz in a mix and I don't want to lose any of it's character...
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