Monday, May 22, 2017

Improving Intonation using the AJH Synth V-Scale (Part 1: Moog Mother-32)

Published on May 22, 2017 Learning Modular

"This is the first of two videos using the Eurorack-format AJH Synth V-Scale to fine-tune the intonation of an analog module (such as the oscillator built into the semi-modular Moog Mother-32) to track pitch over a 5 octave range. The procedure outlined in this video – using a reference oscillator for comparison, as well as a dual-trace ‘scope such as the Mordax DATA to see tuning differences – can be used to tune most oscillators that allow you to adjust their tracking; the V-Scale happens to be exceptional at this as it provides front-panel access to a high-precision multi-turn trim control while also functioning as a high-quality buffered multiple.

For more information and tips on the tuning procedure, see the companion article on"

Improving Intonation using the AJH Synth V-Scale (Part 2: Doepfer VCF)

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