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Other Hardware/Software / Re: Behringer Neutron Analog Synth
« Last post by Gomjab on Today at 06:32:53 PM »
I just measured the cables. They are 13.5 inches tip to tip.  The Moog Mother-32 actually came with 6 cables but the Mother-32 does have a smaller patch bay.  Those cables lengths are fine if you are only going to be patching the Neutron to itself. Youll want some longer cables to patch to other synths or modules.
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Prophet Rev2 / Re: Analyzing the REV2 SysEx structure
« Last post by Razmo on Today at 04:22:54 PM »
Well it looks cool I hope you get it working. The more I think about it, the less I really need the sysex. I would just be starting with a patch from the prophet 08 and then transfer them to the Rev 2 using NRPN. While it would be useful to have the information for the sysex I could still program the machine with just NRPN controls and a patch from another machine as a start.

I analyzed the SysEx structure... you can find it earlier in this thread :)
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Prophet Rev2 / Re: Analyzing the REV2 SysEx structure
« Last post by cbx on Today at 03:47:54 PM »
Well it looks cool I hope you get it working. The more I think about it, the less I really need the sysex. I would just be starting with a patch from the prophet 08 and then transfer them to the Rev 2 using NRPN. While it would be useful to have the information for the sysex I could still program the machine with just NRPN controls and a patch from another machine as a start.
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Prophet 12 / Re: CV into expression pedal input
« Last post by standingwave on Today at 01:56:22 PM »
That is what this guy is using, but does the moog unit simply pass signal with attenuation, or does it limit current? I want to do this, but I also don't want to blow up my synth!
 
 I appreciate the reply,
 Cheers.
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Prophet Rev2 / Re: BETA OS v1.1.4.18 Bug Report Thread
« Last post by dequalsrxt on Today at 01:52:51 PM »
Ok I don't think this behavior is actually bug. It occurred to me last night that I'm not getting note off information because I'm clocking the sequencer with gates, so there is no midi timing info for the rev2 to pass on, just pitch.

Don't know if this is a bug or user error - don't *think* it's user error, could be wrong though, just can't figure what it might be. Anyways, I updated my Rev2 desktop to 1.1.14.18 yesterday to try out the poly sequencer MIDI out. It works, but I'm not getting any note off information, all the notes just hang there. I've got a workaround, I have my DAW (Bitwig) set up to force all incoming notes to a fixed length (I'm using 16th notes) and then everything works fine. So it's not freezing up, it's continues to send the correct note information. There's no MIDI incoming to the Rev2, just MIDI out from the Rev2 to my DAW. edit: I'm using DIN, not USB for MIDI. I'm clocking the sequencer with gates/triggers.
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Prophet Rev2 / Re: Analyzing the REV2 SysEx structure
« Last post by cbx on Today at 01:38:59 PM »
SysEx still would be the only way to do memory management, even if NRPN's could be read out... SysEx has no limits in size either... With NRPN you have a maximum number of 16384 which will be way too little if you were to address a lot of programs this way. You would have to set the current memory program slot by defining an NRPN as a program pointer in that case... It is doable, but highly controversial i would say.

True. I need the sysex for sound design algorithms. I don't think I'll get any new syntheziers anyways, but if I can't program the Rev 2 at all algorithmically I just will pass on it.
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Pro 2 / Re: How can you create a delayed LFO
« Last post by Tarjeijazz on Today at 01:29:49 PM »
Is there a way of doing this without using Wave Reset on the LFO, without using envelopes or the sequencer?
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Prophet Rev2 / Re: Filter Leaking (Is this standard)?
« Last post by jmnes on Today at 11:12:42 AM »
Somewhere around noon. Out of curiosity I compared it to my Moog Subsequent and it has actual noise coming through on Init with the filter cut off all the way--probably due to gainstaging. Not sure what the cause is on the Rev2 but it's not as noticeable when the VCA Env Amount is down to 50%, which many use as a default for more vintagey tones.

Thank you for reviewing that and giving the tip on the VCA Env Amount.

Sounds like it is the normal behavior. Thats reassuring because I hear great sounds coming through here, I just need to learn more.

Ill experiment with the different gain / volume settings throughout and see if I can get what I am hoping to achieve.
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Other Hardware/Software / Re: Behringer Neutron Analog Synth
« Last post by sharath83 on Today at 11:01:59 AM »
So my Neutron arrived today.  Yes it does have patch cables. Six to be exact each about 12 long.  It also comes with the ribbon power cable if you want to mount it in a Eurorack case.

The oscillators and the filter sound great.  The fact it has an analog BBD delay and only cost me $249 (Sweetwater GearFest show price) is hard to beat as far as bang for buck goes.  It has more patch points than my Mother-32 and a total different vibe. I think they will compliment each other nicely.

Awesome! Congrats on finally getting the Neutron :) .... I did check with another person on Facebook, he mentioned the same, that he got 6 Patch cables, but he had to buy 6 more, though he mentioned 12 cables was not enough. With the combination of patch points, not sure exactly how much is required.

12" patch cables seems long, or is it 6"?

Am from Bangalore, India. I checked with Sweetwater, Guitar Center and Audio Images Corporation, who has this product for same price (USD 300), but if i get from US to India (via a friend of myne), the warranty is not valid. So, am also still checking with an Distributor here South India, yet to get reply on how much it's costing me.

Yup, i like Mother-32 too, am planning to get that next after Neutron.
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Prophet Rev2 / Re: Filter Leaking (Is this standard)?
« Last post by guyaguy on Today at 10:51:58 AM »
Init patch with cutoff at 0 should be almost silent--no noise and just a bit of the oscillator coming through if you turn up the volume.

It was probably not accurate to say noise, it is the oscillator coming through. It is just much louder than I expected.

If you do the Init patch, cutoff to 0, turn up and slowly start increasing cutoff - at what cutoff value does your intended oscillator sound get to be louder than the high part coming through?
Somewhere around noon. Out of curiosity I compared it to my Moog Subsequent and it has actual noise coming through on Init with the filter cut off all the way--probably due to gainstaging. Not sure what the cause is on the Rev2 but it's not as noticeable when the VCA Env Amount is down to 50%, which many use as a default for more vintagey tones.
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