No, it is after offset and scale. I can add a switch for bypass mode.
Well there is no need for bypass.
But i ask this because it only outputs after a map enabled.
Also, the output is not exactly the same as the input when the offset and scale are at default position.
In the scope it even looks a bit slewed.
I was able to reproduce it, but only once. There was an exponential filter on the input, a copy and paste error, there shouldn‘t be one on a CV input.
Please let me know if you see it again with the latest build.
latest build, the slew of the filter is now gone.
i still see that the output is not the same as the input with knobs at default level.
anything below the middle gets truncated, see the pic
Ah, try switching to bipolar mode on the context menu.
i see “parameter changes”
and “signal input”
but no bipolar setting
Bipolar mode is -5V…5V for signal input, when on 0V…10V all negative voltages are clamped.
ah yes got it, you are right!
all good now thanks for your patience.
No problem, have fun!
That happens when a module is writing to regions of memory where it isn’t supposed to. I don’t think it is my module, but I’ll check again. Can you list what other modules are in your patch?
I can do you one better, here is the patch
StoerMelder Memory.vcv (24.5 KB)
It’s also visible in the browser :
Until I remove it and close /open rack again, then it’s OK.
That is because the panel graphics are stored in memory only once. Once “destroyed” it appears everywhere this way.
I guessed that was the case so I edited my post…
BTW when I load the patch the first time it looks OK, only when I close/reopen Rack it’s “destroyed”
Oh, thats good, because I can’t reproduce it right now… Can you remove one module after the other and check when it stops happening?
Edit: I missunderstood you… I can reproduce it now… checking…
I tried but there is no way to reproduce it one time it stopped with VCA-1 then I redid it starting with VCA-1 but that didn’t work… etc
i can confirm that i seen this line also in the module here yesterday, but when i open the patch now i don’t see it. and i don’t know exactly how to reproduce it,
first i thought it was because i zoomed in at full.
but it is not related to that.
Ok, found and fixed. @Yeager thank you for the patch, this was really helpful!
You can either download an updated build from my GitHub-repository or wait until my request for the library is completed.
Nice ! Thanks Ben, I’ll wait for the library update