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Author Topic: Lowest C not being 0 V cv pitch out, annoying?  (Read 1888 times)

bartleby

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Re: Lowest C not being 0 V cv pitch out, annoying?
« Reply #15 on: May 05, 2014, 10:10:20 pm »
my new microbrute has a different cv out issue:

the pitch cv output scale is strangely compressed in the lowest octave:
instead of 0v ... 1v, it's 0v ... 0.98v.
all the other octaves seem fine - with the same -0.02v offset:
1.98v ... 2.98v ... 3.98v ... etc.

any idea what might be wrong? is this a calibration issue or a defect of some sort?
oh cmon arturia! it can't be that hard to answer this simple question?

how to calibrate my cv output, pretty pretty pretty please?
bump.

bartleby

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Re: Lowest C not being 0 V cv pitch out, annoying?
« Reply #16 on: May 23, 2015, 04:31:27 pm »
my new microbrute has a different cv out issue:

the pitch cv output scale is strangely compressed in the lowest octave:
instead of 0v ... 1v, it's 0v ... 0.98v.
all the other octaves seem fine - with the same -0.02v offset:
1.98v ... 2.98v ... 3.98v ... etc.

any idea what might be wrong? is this a calibration issue or a defect of some sort?

no help from arturia on this issue at all. :(

thankfully, however, their german distributor tomeso have found a simple solution.
i posted about it in this thread dedicated to the cv output offset issue.
« Last Edit: May 24, 2015, 09:50:20 am by bartleby »

 

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