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Subject: Re: MOTM 700 cv drop

From: "Paul Schreiber" <synth1@...>
Date: 2000-01-03

The '700 adds no offset, however, it ∗does∗ add series resistance.

If VCO #1 goes through the '700, and VCO #2 does not (assuming both get the
same CV)
then the '700 channel is adding resistance, which is added to the 100K input
on the 1V/oct input.

So, use the FM1 or FM2 input instead and "dail in" the tracking. This may be
touchy, however.

Or, use the other '700 channel with VCO #2's CV. just set the switch to be
ON all the time, and
then the added resistance is the same for each VCO's cv.

Lastly, be sure the MODE is VOLTAGE and not audio (assuming the switch is
wired correctly :) )

Paul S.

----- Original Message -----
From: joe.pavone <fuzztone@...>
To: <>
Sent: Sunday, January 02, 2000 10:03 PM
Subject: [motm] MOTM 700 cv drop

> From: "joe.pavone" <fuzztone@...>
> I just noticed something tonight with my MOTM700 VC Router. I was running
a keyboard CV through it and noticed that my VCOs no longer played in tune.
I guess I never used the 700 before for critical CV so I never noticed the
slight voltage drop. Is this normal or is it just me?
> >