can someone help me understand the samples cv input mode a bit better please…
(using firmware 1.1, to avoid x clock glitch)
so what Im doing is:
I take a 16 step sequence from a sequencer (hermod) and ‘record it’ in marbles, by gate of the sequence going into X clock, and pitch cv into spread cv.
Ive got deja vu, steps, spread, bias at 12 0’clock, length at 16
once done, I press X deja vu, to ‘lock it’
ok, now if I send x clock , all playback as expected at X1 (and x2,x3 as shifts)
(I can also put the x clock to say t2, and clock it there)
all so far as expected
but what I wanted to do was to use the internal clock for playback… so I remove clock X
now the manual says
but this is not what Im seeing… (or I’m mis-reading/mis-understanding)
when I remove clock X…
in X1, I do appear to be getting the ‘melody’, as above. (frozen/sustained according to t1)
but X2 appears to be a fixed voltage (root?) and X3 seems to be zero volts.
they don’t appear to change ( though they are affected by bias, but from those fixed voltages?)
even though t2, t3 are merrily flashing away.
I guess what I was expecting (in coin toss mode) , would be for X2 to play the melody at the rate.
also, I noticed if I sent the clock into T clock, similarly its not behaving as expected… again behaving like the internal clock
am I misunderstanding something?
it’s not really a big issue, since I can send t2 into clock X, and I get the expected behaviour.
(though, that doesn’t allow for the probably changes on x1,x2,x3 since they are a shift register)