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Author Topic: Pitch tracking with Moog Mother 32  (Read 470 times)

Brewski

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Pitch tracking with Moog Mother 32
« on: December 17, 2015, 11:21:28 pm »
Hi, I'm trying to use my Microbrute to control my Moog Mother 32. I have the patched Brute's Pitch Out and Gate Out to the Mother's VCO and gate inputs. Gate works fine. Pitch sounds great for about an octave but the Mother's pitch drifts away the further you get from the initial tuning note. Both units track well across their entire range when operated alone.

Anyone with similar experience? Any ideas on how to address this? Thanks.

Sim0n

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Re: Pitch tracking with Moog Mother 32
« Reply #1 on: February 29, 2016, 11:33:07 am »
Try this input :

VCO 1V/OCT INPUT
This is a 1V/Octave Exponential frequency modulation input that is summed
internally with the VCO FREQUENCY control, the Keyboard CV and any VCO
frequency modulation. With all internal control signals at 0V, a -5 to +5V control
voltage at this input will sweep the VCO frequency from 8Hz to 8kHz (10 Octaves).

Did you succeed to sync  Moog's LFO ?


Man-Machine

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Re: Pitch tracking with Moog Mother 32
« Reply #2 on: March 24, 2016, 05:36:49 pm »
I have the same issue here. Trying to control the pitch with the Microbrute through CV does not work well. I tried it on all my analog synthesizers unsuccessfully. By the way, they all track correctly individually, including my Microbrute.

Is there any way to calibrate the CV output on the Microbrute?
L8er Osci8ers

Disgraceland

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Re: Pitch tracking with Moog Mother 32
« Reply #3 on: April 29, 2016, 10:05:19 am »
+1 on this.

It's a real pain in the **s.

 

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