r.odent wrote:Thank you! That's right, bottoming decay results in decay on normal notes that sound identical to accented ones. I got a multimeter today, so I will be able to make some measurements, but I really don't know what to look for. I'll start by looking for obvious faults in the filter EG section.
antto wrote:MMM: uhm.. what?!
i thought the loudness of accented notes comes from another place, not the cutoff envelope (C62/R138)
lemme see, iirc it's somewhere R119 and C36
the problem he has (according to what he describes) must be the cutoff envelope minimum decay time being too short which is C62/R138, the loudness comes from another place thus it works fine, the accent sweep (C13) is based on the cutoff envelope and making the decay any shorter will reduce the acc. sweep and make it inaudiable
r.odent wrote:That's right, bottoming decay results in decay on normal notes that sound identical to accented ones.
antto wrote:well that minimum decay time as far as i understand on his x0x is far shorter than it should be, thus the acc. sweep cannot accumulate enough to make the "wow" sound
or it could be something else wrong (since there's no audio recording i could hear)
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