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21st June 2013
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MS-10 lp filter click/pop issue

I'm having a strange noise issue when i'm running an external audio through my MS-10
and trying to control it's lp filter through CV/Gate.
When i assign the filter to velocity it makes this click/pop sound at the beginning of every midi note.
When i assign it to pitchbend and draw a curve it gets even more noisy.
Any idea how to fix this?
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21st June 2013
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I'm having a strange noise issue when i'm running an external audio through my MS-10
and trying to control it's lp filter through CV/Gate.
When i assign the filter to velocity it makes this click/pop sound at the beginning of every midi note.
When i assign it to pitchbend and draw a curve it gets even more noisy.
Any idea how to fix this?
Listening to your samples, seems to me the click is actually a result of the release, rather than the attack. I would adjust the envelope generator, seeing if a longer release solves the problem, and if not adjust the attack up just a hair, and see if that does it.

The click is a good thing. It means that your VCF/VCA go to zero, but NOW.
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Both attack and release doesn't solve the problem. The clicking appears when i turn up the EG/EXT under Cutoff Frequency Modulation.
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Impossible to tell without knowing what you have patched. The click is a famous artifact of subtractive synthesis. It is present in a lot of different synths. Knowing what patching is likely to induce it, and hence what to reduce or increase in order to get rid of it is part of your responsibility as a synth owner. Generally it happens as an artifact of a filter or amplifier changing state very quickly.
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