Re: Strange QS7 problem
Posted by John Ianni on March 08, 1999 at 21:23:46:
In Reply to: Re: Strange QS7 problem posted by Sonny on March 07, 1999 at 23:33:38:
Actually now that I think about it, it probably is due to the fact that you're controlling the amplitude and not the frequency. Try modulating the frequency (-99) rather than the amplitude.
: : Hmm,
: : I assume you mean the sound can still be heard when you are playing correct? I just wanted to be sure you weren't talking about a sound bleeding thru when not being played.
: YES, ONLY WHEN PLAYING.
: : Have you isolated the problem to certain samples?
: NO I HAVEN'T - THE PROBLEM HAS ONLY SHOWN UP ON CERTAIN PROGRAMS. DO YOU THINK IT COULD BE RELATED TO CERTAIN SAMPLES? IF SO, WHAT PARAMATER (OR ASPECT OF THE SAMPLE) DO YOU SUSPECT COULD BE CAUSING IT?
: Thanks for your help!
: : : I'm assigning a Program to have all 4 of its' sounds' Volume controlled by Controller D. I believe I
: : : have it set up correctly as far as using the Mods to do this (and I DO have the Velocity Curve set to
: : : Minimum, so that when I call up the program (or a Mix using the Program) the volume will be at
: : : Zero initially. Problem is that there is some sound coming thru even with Controller D ALL the way off!
: : : Just in case this sound was coming from the effects section, I set the Effect Level of EACH of the 4 Sounds to ZERO, but the
: : : sound STILL comes thru.
: : : Hopefully, there is a way to have ALL sounds completely OFF on this Program when I initially call
: : : up the Mix.
: : : I HAVE done this type of thing with OTHER programs and it works correctly, but on several programs I have run into this dilemna.
: : : Thanks in advance for any help!
: : : Sonny