[sdiy] Juno 6/60 SH rate for filter cv

Kyle Stephens lightburnx at yahoo.com
Wed Jul 18 04:37:59 CEST 2012


Fiddled with it as you suggested. No steps, no zip. I use self res with short envelopes a lot for minimal tech ish drum sounds. Often I put some OD on top, which would pick out glitches all the more were there any.

I haven't heard it in any other scenario either for that matter. Just get one man, they're a lot of fun.


--- On Tue, 7/17/12, Andrew Simper <andy at cytomic.com> wrote:

> From: Andrew Simper <andy at cytomic.com>
> Subject: Re: [sdiy] Juno 6/60 SH rate for filter cv
> To: "Kyle Stephens" <lightburnx at yahoo.com>
> Cc: synth-diy at dropmix.xs4all.nl, "Gordon JC Pearce" <gordonjcp at gjcp.net>
> Date: Tuesday, July 17, 2012, 7:14 PM
> On 18 July 2012 01:49, Kyle Stephens
> <lightburnx at yahoo.com>
> wrote:
> > I've never noticed stepping in my Juno-6. Then again
> I've never tried running CV to the filter, let alone
> approaching audio rates where presumably you might get that
> issue. Your foot (via a pedal) couldn't possibly move as
> fast as to make it glitch.
> >
> >
> > _Kyle
> Hi Kyle,
> The sample and hold CV controls the filter all the time.
> This is how
> the cutoff moves from everything, the lfo, the envelope. The
> scan rate
> of the controls effects the depth of the modulation, but
> that I don't
> mind so much since I have to manually move that, it's the
> things that
> are analog sources being sampled that I am interested in. An
> easy test
> is to get the filter into self osc, then apply a fast
> envelope down in
> pitch to the cutoff so the pitch ends at around 30 hz. If
> you hear any
> zippering then the sample and hold rate is too slow. You'll
> need to
> switch the amp to gate mode for this.
> All the best,
> Andy

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