Imagine using PWM to crossfade between two different waveforms.Rex Coil 7 wrote:... what is "windowing" ??
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Hi Paula. I’m having trouble getting my WTF to track properly to V/oct. It gets quite a bit sharp within 3 octaves. I’ve checked the voltage coming in and it’s exactly 1v/oct and my other oscillators are tracking nicely. Is there a calibration procedure?PaulaM wrote:Explanation with audio and video here - http://dove-audio.com/wtf-module/Rex Coil 7 wrote:... what is "windowing" ??
I noticed some other things as well... With both waveforms (front and back) set fully CCW to Saw ( and non-inverted back wave), when I turn the Width between front and rear, the front wave is much sharper than the rear wave. Shouldn't they be the same? Also the Single/Dual switch changes the pitch of the front wave (still with Width fully CCW, so no rear wave at all).PaulaM wrote:Explanation with audio and video here - http://dove-audio.com/wtf-module/