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lot of bugs

Postby SanhajiMusic » Tue May 21, 2019 9:04 pm

Here is a list of the Bugs I found

1. When I record a step modulation (eg oscillator frequency)
then the recorded data is completely outside the scale of the knob.
And if I delete the sequence, the OSC is super deep or super high and I can not use it anymore.
Everything needs to be reset or I need to load a new preset.

That you do not hear what you record in the step mod has been discussed many times and I do not add it to the list here as a bug although I do it now hahah
Unfortunately, I find the sequencer currently totally useless for me.
That makes the company elektron much better. :-(
From the sequencer I really expected more and I hope that this problem will be solved soon.

2. Insert 4 (Return) is only on the left side of the output

3. Initialize the sequencer Restarts the Moog One. (1.06)

5. The external input is getting louder per voice I play.

Regards
Brian
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Re: lot of bugs

Postby _DemonDan_ » Wed May 22, 2019 10:32 am

SanhajiMusic wrote:The external input is getting louder per voice I play.

Hi Brian, this is the expected result. Anything going to the External Audio Input is combined in the Mixer as a part of each voice for that Synth.

If you play multiple voices you will hear multiple instances of everything going into that Synth's Mixer (OSCs 1-3, Ring Mod, Noise, and Ext. Input).

What Ext. Input isn't is a separate audio path that acts independently of the voices. It needs to be a part of a voice so that it can be processed by the filters and amp.

Hope that helps.
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Re: lot of bugs

Postby SanhajiMusic » Wed May 22, 2019 6:37 pm

_DemonDan_ wrote:
SanhajiMusic wrote:The external input is getting louder per voice I play.

Hi Brian, this is the expected result. Anything going to the External Audio Input is combined in the Mixer as a part of each voice for that Synth.

If you play multiple voices you will hear multiple instances of everything going into that Synth's Mixer (OSCs 1-3, Ring Mod, Noise, and Ext. Input).

What Ext. Input isn't is a separate audio path that acts independently of the voices. It needs to be a part of a voice so that it can be processed by the filters and amp.

Hope that helps.



Hey
Thanks for your answer, but that makes no sense to me.
Why I want my external input to get louder when I play more voices?
The EXT in must be open when I play a voice, but it should not get louder.

hmmm
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