slow_lfo.vcv (1.3 KB)
running Rack-2.git.219bbaf1-win.exe, 48kHz sample rate
LFO-1freq 0.1 Hz
LFOMULTIPHASEfreq 0.1 Hz
- Identical settings on
The readout is stable after 30-40 sec.
Why is the time between ticks not the same ? (10.000 is correct). Am I missing something obvious ?
You could try putting a scope on the outputs of the LFOs to see what the difference in the signals is. I thought this could be due to Gibbs effect but the documentation says there’s no antialiasing on the Fundamental LFO outputs.
Thank you, I didn’t think of that - well I tried but couldn’t find a good storage scope in VCV.
I recorded both LFO’s in Tenacity, the squares have no ramp or ringing i can see in 24bit 48kHz
Here’s a leading edge from LFO-1 (the others look the same)
I guess the timing calculations in LFO-1 are just wrong - I have mailed firstname.lastname@example.org about it.
The Submarine HS-101 is a single channel storage scope. Being single channel its not so useful for comparing things, but it might help
My bad, I didn’t build your modules for v2-beta yet.
There’s a v2 branch in github repo.
Thank you very much.
slow_lfo.vcv (2.0 KB)
from: VCV Support <email@example.com> date: 7 Nov 2021, 10:28
Thanks for the bug report. This is due to VCV LFO using a float32 for a phase accumulator. In the future, it will use a float64 phase accumulator.
Andrew Belt VCV https://vcvrack.com/