- Jul 7, 2015
- Jul 7, 2015
No. My comment was about the output of the IC, not its supply voltage.I assume that you're saying that it doesn't matter which way I wire up a pot to the voltage input to play with 'voltage starve.' Am I correct?
Then your perception of the tones now doesn't correspond with the reduced perceived loudness of higher frequencies which you reported earlier. That suggests something wasn't/isn't wired exactly as you thought it was.Re: your first file: I do hear an amplitude shift on the middle tone. I.e, that one sounds lower in volume to me than the other two. But, the highest tone sounds quite loud and audible.
Redraw not needed. Circuit was the same as in Post #16. I simply recorded the voltage at pin 9 of the IC.I like the sound of the 3rd file. But, I'd need to see a redraw of that part of my schematic to understand how you produced it.
Yes.Also, did you plug in the resistance values that I have in my schematic above the first 3 oscillator pots?
In the present context it means turning an oscillator on/off by forcing its input high (or low) via the diode.And FYI: I have no idea what “gating” means.
Btw, from this article it seems the chanter waveform should consist of the fundamental plus several harmonics, with strengths increasing with harmonic number up to the fourth harmonic. I don't see how you can get that by the successive gating arrangement you are currently using.