Pressing c3 key and getting only c2 from Yarns


#1

I am pressing c3 key and only getting c2 from Yarns. Only way I have found to get c3 from Yarns is to transpose by 12. Is there a way to get Yarns to put out right key without transposing?

Thanks


#2

sorry, based on what you interpret the resulting sound as being a C2?
That’s important to know, to be able to help you.


#3

There’s no ‘standard’ definition of what a C2 is. There are 2 competing systems for octave-numbering, and they differ by one octave, so it could be that Yarns and your MIDI keyboard use different numbering systems.

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#4

Here’s a bit of reading on what @toneburst describes:
http://www.pgmusic.com/forums/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=338513


#5

To be clear, this is coming from a Beatstep Pro. The measure voltage of the Beatstep Pro analogue pitch out (cv 1 v/oct) is 3 vdc (c3) The measured volts of the Beatstep Pro midi to Yarns to pitch out ( cv 1 v/oct) is 2 vdc (c2). I have a very good Fluke meter and is accurate.


#6

There is no standard specifying how the MIDI octave number is converted into a voltage.

Arturia = 0V for C0, 1V for C1, etc.

Doepfer = 0V for the lowest note on a 61-key keyboard.

Moog = 0V for middle C.

My products are Eurorack modules and thus follow the Doepfer standard.


#7

ok c1 is 0v, c2 is 1v, c3 is 2v and so on …got it. Thanks. Well I guess another use for transpose then. :slight_smile:


#8

Or you can just tune your oscillators to compensate