Stephen Scott;150593 wrote:
I'm on ver 1.2.5, using Arturia Keystep as controller.
Getting 0.08V at minimum (5.09V at maximum fwiw). I've done the calibration.
Michael, running the LFO through Att2, then into Att1 does work for me, but this obviously effectively 'wastes' one of the attenuators, so limits further patching possibilities.
It really is not acceptable to make using the mod wheel (or aftertouch - same problem) so difficult for a very commonly used function. I too would like to see this problem resolved asap.
How about putting a capacitor across a patch lead to remove the DC voltage. Would that help?
Andy Butler;150703 wrote:
I've been talking to a tech support person who told me he'd passed this on to development and that they were working on it!
Hence I didn't think to check back here until now.
Thanks very much for your comments.
So it's a DC Offset on an op amp output?
Well I don't have the schematic in front of me, so bare with me if I'm talking rubbish
...doesn't quite make sense, the calibration would be able to fix a DC offset,
I've tried that and it doesn't work. Took the calibration points down from their 1V & 4V levels to 0.9V and 3.9V respectively. Resulted in no change in that 0.09V base level.
Nope, for some reason that voltage can't get down to zero, and yes I guess it's hardware, but DC Offset is something different. Weird because the LFO's DAC can go negative with no problem.
Using ATT2 isn't any kind of solution I'm afraid, it lessens the problem, but you still get some breakthrough. Indeed, that's exactly what I was doing when I first encountered the problem.
Stephen, afraid this won't be solved with a capacitor, that'll block the whole signal.
Anyway, if Behringer says no fix then it's time to move on....where's my soldering iron?