I’m using Yarns with my Octatrack for the Midi to Cv.
When I don’t connect the Cv out to the 1V/OCT of my VCO, the pitch of the sound is lower than when I connect it. Is there something I have to do with Yarns ? Callibration ?
Thank you for the help
This is normal.
Yarns’ CV output continuously generates a voltage corresponding to the most recently played note (initialized to middle C if you have just powered the module on). I don’t have access to a module at the moment, but that should corresponds to 2V or 3V. It’s normal that this voltage would cause your VCO to play a note 2 or 3 octaves above its reference pitch.
No CV = 0V = lowest note on a keyboard.
Thank you for the reply !
Good Afternoon ,
I’m using Yarns with my Digitakt _ Midi to Cv
But I’m having an issue in 4M mode, when I connect the 4 CVs out to 1V/OCT of my different sound generators, the pitch is not working correctly and the sound is altered. (Ring sounds like a noise generator for instance). What is weird is I don’t have this issue in 2M mode, No problemo at all.
If anyone knows … ? Thank you for your Help : )
Have A Great Week-end !
Maybe you have enabled the oscillator output (set OS to OFF).
Thank you for your quick answer.
Nop, the OS is set to Off, still the same issue : (
After “turn off/ turn on” it looks like it’s working now !
All the Osc were Off, so I don’t understand…
I will try again this week-end and get back to you