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Re: Model D reissue, Keyboard tuning error NOT working?

Postby Dr.Sax » Sat Sep 09, 2017 9:48 am

I def. needed to update my firmware to get everything working as described.
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Re: Model D reissue, Keyboard tuning error NOT working?

Postby Oldworldman » Wed Oct 25, 2017 3:40 pm

I have contacted Adam Pryor in tech support about this because mine straight out of the box new had this issue.

We verified that Firmware version 1.8 was in the unit successfully and even reloaded it successfully without any change to the issue.

My particular symptom was I had a sub oscillator clicking noise after I initiated the function and pressed a key, not no sound completely like some of you have stated. I then had no Oscillator control after that either.

Here is a video clip I sent to tech support demonstrating the problem I had with my unit:

They had a unit on the bench that did exactly the same thing. As of now, all we can do as Minimoog Reissue Owner's, is wait for the next version of Firmware that will fix this problem and upload it when it is available if you want this turn on function to work.

If you have a minimoog reissue to where this function works, then you are lucky. I will keep all of you posted via this forum if the next firmware version works as I will be receiving Beta test versions to see if it will work in my unit.
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Re: Model D reissue, Keyboard tuning error NOT working?

Postby Analogmofo » Tue Sep 25, 2018 2:27 am

Any word on a fix for this, I have the recent Walnut version and have the same issue
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Re: Model D reissue, Keyboard tuning error NOT working?

Postby khusboo » Mon Feb 25, 2019 2:02 am

There is note need: this lets you pick which note pitch is heard when all the more then one key is pushed down. Unique Minimoog utilized low note need: dependably the most reduced played key was utilized for the pitch data.

Trigger modes: There are Single trigger and various trigger. The principal will possibly restart the envelope when every held note is discharged. This is the way the first Minimoog used to trigger the envelopes. This mode is expected to play legato (changing the note pitch without another note enunciation).

The various trigger will dependably begin another note when another key is squeezed. You can't play legato in this mode.
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