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Author Topic: Curios Modulation / Vibrato in Jupiter 8V strings  (Read 1103 times)

dl1ekm

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Curios Modulation / Vibrato in Jupiter 8V strings
« on: August 07, 2014, 09:18:18 am »
Hi,

I've been very interessted in the Jupiter 8V strings. But in all of the facts sounds there is a more or less modulation / vibratro in the sounds.
I can't get rid of it! No knop has the desired effect. The LFO knop reduces a little bit and the LFO sync check box has an influence - so it is useless.
Or is this a "layer 8" problem? Any idea what I'm doing wrong?

analog lab v.1.1.0 (32 bit) - I'm using win7-64 - now 64 bit available?
midi control center 1.1.0
independent of Midi keyboad (mini lab or d7ii)

Attached the sounds (1st "fact" 2nd "8V Strings")
Thanks for any hint!

BR
Marcel



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Re: Curios Modulation / Vibrato in Jupiter 8V strings
« Reply #1 on: November 22, 2014, 11:54:36 pm »
Having the same problem with the "Complete" pad from the J8 library on Alab 1.1.  I'm hoping that there's something I'm missing, because it makes no sense to me to include that much pitch vibrato in a patch.  It's like the mod wheel is up (but of course it's not).  Are you finding the same thing with the complete pad patch?
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