I wanted to use the linear fm-input to have Chord always in Tune to what I’m playing for my live-jam case.
My other oscillators all get a “Base Note”-Voltage. I wanted to do something similar with the linear FM-Input of Chord:
In my understanding linear FM adds an (linear) offset to the played pitch. I found that approx. 2.208V into the linear-fm input gives me an Octave up with the Chord-Module.
“alright” I thought, “so I just have to multiply this with my “normal” transposition voltage” (for the others I can use addition since the V/Oct is not used to play chords)
About 3/4 to 1V transposition I have to adjust the values downwards while after 1V I have to adjust those upwards… At 2V transposition I’d have to add like 5 semitones.
QU-Bit team: Is there some kind of function on the fm-input?
Or does anyone have an idea how to achieve this in another way?
It would be nice if the linear FM-Input really just would add an offset.
I hope I managed to explain myself somehow clearly. Hope some1 can help!