Subharmonican - is this normal behaviour?

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Subharmonican - is this normal behaviour?

Post by CancelStandard » Sun Dec 26, 2021 3:53 pm

Hi…just bought a Subharmonican and am trying to get my head around how the sequencer works. I have Seq 1 playing with one polyrhythm (Rhythm 1 is assigned to Seq 1. Seq 2 isn’t assigned to anything and is idle). VCO1 is assigned to Seq 1. However, and this is the bit I’m confused about, changing the VCO2 freq affects the sound and turning on the Seq 2 assign to OSC 2 in the oscillator section is also affected by Seq 1. Is this correct? I thought Seq 1 only affected VCO1 and Seq 2 only affected VCO2?

Thanks in advance

BradDale
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Re: Subharmonican - is this normal behaviour?

Post by BradDale » Wed Jan 12, 2022 7:11 pm

I wish I could answer your question but I've come searching a similar but flipped problem. Sequencer 2 is absolutely triggering VCO 1 and I understood them to be isolated Seq 1 - VCO 1, Seq 2 - VCO 2. Frustrating.

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