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Post by pantalones » Fri Jan 29, 2016 2:51 pm

Got it from Perfect Circuit. Excited to see how this one works out.

Ok, one question for you folks: Is there a way to open up the filter cutoff on the LPGs? Perhaps I am doing something wrong but even fully open it's still cutting out frequencies in the upper end.

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Post by pantalones » Sat Jan 30, 2016 1:41 pm

Following up on my last post. I have the escalator on terminal A turned up fully and the cv in turned fully, but the signal is still filtered. Any ideas?

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Post by m03hr3 » Tue Mar 22, 2016 4:56 am

Can you state more precisely what you have patched and how the Gates are configured?

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Post by sauce » Tue May 17, 2016 12:17 am

Just got mine and it seems like my vactrols are ringing for like 10 seconds, it's insane. Either or that or the reverb is broken and I can't turn it off. The 02 knob doesn't seem to have much effect on sound on mine.

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Post by sauce » Mon Oct 10, 2016 7:49 pm

sauce wrote:Just got mine and it seems like my vactrols are ringing for like 10 seconds, it's insane. Either or that or the reverb is broken and I can't turn it off. The 02 knob doesn't seem to have much effect on sound on mine.
Update, I emailed Endorpin.es about, it and they sent me different vactrols with less ring that work great, bongo sounds totally possible now.

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Post by Chartreuse-J » Sat Oct 29, 2016 12:41 pm

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Post by handsfelloff » Sun Oct 30, 2016 1:48 pm

Happy days looks like T1 cabin pressure fx processor gets some love. Reverb sounds pretty sweet.

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Post by RussiaZero23 » Thu Feb 23, 2017 4:37 pm

Has any one tried to update their terminal yet, I would love to hear how it went for them before attempting to do it to mine.

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Post by Chartreuse-J » Thu Feb 23, 2017 8:00 pm

Had to apply pressure to the header pins during update. That's probably the most difficult part.

All in all good.

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Post by RussiaZero23 » Thu Feb 23, 2017 8:37 pm

was it worth the trouble upgrading the firmware for the new FX or some thing to just leave alone.

I know it fixed a rare bug with the Envelope Trigger inputs but I have not noticed any miss triggers with it.

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Post by deuS2eed1rou » Wed Jul 04, 2018 3:10 pm

RussiaZero23 wrote:was it worth the trouble upgrading the firmware
for the new FX or some thing to just leave alone.
I did the update yesterday. I bought a terminal used with a high
2-digit serial number. The original FX was a tame, lo-fi multi-tap
delay with a hideous ~12kHz background squeal that sounded like
Endorphin.es forgot to put a filter after the DAC.

After flashing it using a Stellaris Launchpad I had lying around, it
turned into a tame lo-fi reverb without the squealing. I still prefer
to leave the FX off and satisfy my reverb needs with a mini kaoss pad 2.

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Post by Jenseits » Mon May 27, 2019 2:17 am

Got a question for Terminal users (past and present) regarding the "relative B-Height" peak detector...

For me only the last 4th of the knobs/pots range is effective in mixing/comparing airplane A & B no matter what other settings are...

Is it the same for you?

I really like that function although it is only effective in that small range.
i bought the Terminal new so i have the chance to get it replaced if that wouldn't be "normal" behavior-..

Thank you in advance!

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Post by Moon Indigo » Mon Aug 12, 2019 10:15 pm

Jenseits wrote:Got a question for Terminal users (past and present) regarding the "relative B-Height" peak detector...

For me only the last 4th of the knobs/pots range is effective in mixing/comparing airplane A & B no matter what other settings are...

Is it the same for you?

I really like that function although it is only effective in that small range.
i bought the Terminal new so i have the chance to get it replaced if that wouldn't be "normal" behavior-..

Thank you in advance!
What do you use this function for, Jenseits?

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Post by Jenseits » Wed Aug 14, 2019 6:34 am

I like to use it as an envelope for vcf/vca of terminal for example.
With gate a as a pretty short and plucky triggered AD and gate b as a slower cycling envelope. So the mix/peak detector can give me different rythmical variation/pronounciation. I like that very much but you could achieve that by other means too or do other stuff with the peak detector of course.
But i always have to turn the relative height quite near to max to get gate b have an impact for that.

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Post by Moon Indigo » Wed Aug 14, 2019 2:24 pm

Jenseits wrote:I like to use it as an envelope for vcf/vca of terminal for example.
With gate a as a pretty short and plucky triggered AD and gate b as a slower cycling envelope. So the mix/peak detector can give me different rythmical variation/pronounciation. I like that very much but you could achieve that by other means too or do other stuff with the peak detector of course.
But i always have to turn the relative height quite near to max to get gate b have an impact for that.
Interesting, thanks.

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