Rare case where more gear helps: CSQ hides SH-09 issue!
So, I got the SH-09 in the early 80s. Got a deal on it from a friend who got it new.
Lately it's had minor issues with multiple note triggering from the internal keyboard. Not constant, but enough to be an issue on some parts.
Well, a few years after I got it, I also picked up a CSQ-100 sequencer which works well with it. Local dealer was just looking to unload it and gave me a great deal.
Did lots of stuff back in the day with the SH-09, CSQ and my TR-606. The TR-606 went insane a few years ago and I haven't been using the CSQ as much since.
Last night I hooked the CSQ back up to the SH-09 and lo and behold, the thing has no triggering issues. Probably tells me a bit about where the problem in the SH-09 lies, though I'm less concerned now that it's working. I had already noticed that the problem seemed to go away if I controlled the SH-09 from the Kenton MIDI to CV.
Anyway, it was a pleasant surprise that not only does the CSQ still work fine, but it seems to bypass the SH-09's triggering issue as well!
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