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tubbutec
Quote:
I have a Utune and would like to know the setting that would allow me
to shut off its quantizer. In other words, I want to use the midi out
on the Utune but don't want Utune to change/quantize the pitches it
receives.
tubbutec
Hi,

there are multiple ways to deactivate CV-in:

1) Don't plug in anything. µTune will automatically detect this and switch to midi input mode.

2) Configure the input. In the channel settings, configure the cv input(s) to anything but 'pitch'. If you do not want to use the input at all, you can configure it as 'none'
tubbutec
Quote:
do not want to deactivate the pitch in. I want to deactivate the quantizer. Does this make sense?

I want: CV input ---> Utune Midi Out with no quantizer change.


The input is always quantized. If you want to reduce the number of quantization steps, you could set a very high number of input notes per volt and set the same number in a TET scale.

For example: Setting 48 notes for the CV IN Notes/V settings
and create a TET scale in the editor with 48 notes: Set number of notes to 48 and press NEW

This will give you a resolution of 25 cent

The resolution of the input does not allow for more precision - it is built to always run in quantizer mode
Bubbles
tubbutec wrote:
Quote:
do not want to deactivate the pitch in. I want to deactivate the quantizer. Does this make sense?

I want: CV input ---> Utune Midi Out with no quantizer change.


The input is always quantized. If you want to reduce the number of quantization steps, you could set a very high number of input notes per volt and set the same number in a TET scale.

For example: Setting 48 notes for the CV IN Notes/V settings
and create a TET scale in the editor with 48 notes: Set number of notes to 48 and press NEW

This will give you a resolution of 25 cent

The resolution of the input does not allow for more precision - it is built to always run in quantizer mode


So there is NO bypass MODE that allows a glissando or portamento to pass without quantization?
Bubbles
tubbutec

I own the Tubbutec uTune. I am wondering if I can connect the uTune to my Expert Sleepers Disting (mk4) as a midi I/O unit?
tubbutec
Bubbles wrote:

So there is NO bypass MODE that allows a glissando or portamento to pass without quantization?


That is correct, the input is always quantized.
tubbutec
Bubbles wrote:

I own the Tubbutec uTune. I am wondering if I can connect the uTune to my Expert Sleepers Disting (mk4) as a midi I/O unit?


Don't know much about the Disting. If it can send midi, you should be able to connect it to µtune
Tripcode
Hi, totally new to this. I can see that most people use Shuttle Control to clock the the modular system with a Digitakt. Is it possible to do the same with Tubbutech Utune? I can see it has a mini usb in, but I can't work out if it does the same as Shuttle Control.

Thanks in advance.
Tripcode
Tripcode wrote:
Hi, totally new to this. I can see that most people use Shuttle Control to clock the the modular system with a Digitakt. Is it possible to do the same with Tubbutech Utune? I can see it has a mini usb in, but I can't work out if it does the same as Shuttle Control.

Thanks in advance.



Ok guys, I've checked a diagram and I can see that you can send usb midi to a clock divider, so that probably answers my question. Please correct me if I am wrong. hmmm.....
tubbutec
Hi Sorry for the late reply.
You are correct. You can send midi clock to µTune and set a clock divider. You can even output multiple clocks with different dividers.
Tripcode
Hi,

Thank you very much for all the answers. I have a much better idea now. Let’s start making some music!

Regards
Fer
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