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  • in reply to: Drive section Mix knob issue #9037

    noiseg33k
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    This seems like an issue with your Drive potentiometer. Please write to [email protected] so we can resolve this for you.

    in reply to: click noise upper sensor click noise #8508

    noiseg33k
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    I’m assuming this is only on one algorithm?

    Can you post your knob settings and which algorithm you’re using please?

    in reply to: Hum from center pyramid #8476

    noiseg33k
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    Some hum/feedback/bleed-through when touching the center pyramid (especially the top portion/delay lines) without patching anything into it is normal. Especially with the L and R delay lines.


    noiseg33k
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    You may have already tried this, but have you tried a different midi cable? They can get crimped/pins lose connection etc. Worth a try.

    in reply to: Where to find the ribbed metal pins used on Pulsar-23? #8408

    noiseg33k
    Participant

    Hello,

    Could you tell me more about what type of expansion box you’re making for the pulsar?

    in reply to: First run with Pulsar 23 – Issues? #8402

    noiseg33k
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    You can run the delay and reverb into each other using their corresponding pins (REV> to >DLY, or DLY> to >REV) OR you can run each channel of the pulsar out to whichever FX you want by using the OUT> pins in each channel. Hope this helps.

    in reply to: Would like to record the Ether into my phone #8334

    noiseg33k
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    You SHOULD be able to do this using a TRRS to TS cable but I haven’t tried it myself.

    in reply to: Lyra-8 Knobs part name/# #8321

    noiseg33k
    Participant

    Hello,

    Send me an email at [email protected] and I can help you out with that.

    in reply to: Bow Recommendations #8292

    noiseg33k
    Participant

    I would recommend going to your closest band/orchestral instrument shop and telling them you’d like a cheap violin bow (to practice with). Make sure you get some resin for the bow also. Start with a cheap one (~$20) and see how you like it/experiment.

    in reply to: Pulsar 23 Bass Add button doesn’t go off #8278

    noiseg33k
    Participant

    Is your pulsar still doing this after a power-cycle and with no patch cables connected (or MIDI)?

    in reply to: Midi and Looper recorder #8266

    noiseg33k
    Participant

    Its possible you need to lower the velocity of incoming MIDI notes/triggers sent to the pulsar, the velocity may be too high to notice/hear what you’re playing in manually.

    in reply to: mod at 0 #8253

    noiseg33k
    Participant

    This is normal behavior when the switches are set for LFO as the mod source for a channel…a small amount of modulation even with the MOD amount at 0. Make sure you don’t also have VIBRATO enabled.

    in reply to: Shaos completely crapped out during use. #8093

    noiseg33k
    Participant

    I have had the Shaos lock up before, switching the length (63-16-217) has always brought it back though. Did you try that?


    noiseg33k
    Participant

    The pulsar buddy is great! 🙂

    in reply to: Difficulty getting Pulsar-23 synced to Midi stop/start #6948

    noiseg33k
    Participant

    Hello,

    What you describe is normal behavior for the pulsar as it doesn’t handle transport messages (start/stop). Once the pulsar receives clock via MIDI it will continue to play at the set tempo. There are a couple ways to make the clock start and stop on command.

    A.) Use an analog pulse/clock that you can stop and run it to the pulsar clock input pin.

    B.)Use a step sequencer with MIDI out, assign a pattern/sequence to one of the midi to cv pins on the pulsar (the 4 pins labeled KTR1,2,3,4 on the left of the pulsar) then run that pin to the clock input. (Try placing a step in every step of a 16/16 pattern etc then running to pulsar)

    Using either of these methods you will need to hit the RST button in the clock divider array section to make sure the pulsar starts at the beginning of the pattern (if so desired).

     

     

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