I’ve had Rack 2 for a while but never normally use it to take input CVs from the physical rack, however I tried that tonight and seem to have encountered an odd issue.
I’ve got a pair of tracks in Ableton, receiving audio from an ES-9 (well, actually, pitch CV and gate from a physical sequencer), those audio tracks send their audio to the track that has VCV rack on it, and an Audio-16 in the rack breaks those CVs out so they can drive the pitch and gate of a VCV voice (an elements).
I was getting all ultra-slid notes, I put a scope in the VCV and can see the pitch CV sliding, so I reset the physical sequencer (and tried another), at first thinking that it was me sending the slid notes in, but no, they are leaving the sequencer as normal un-slid notes, but the pitch CV in rack is sliding.
I had to kludge it for now by putting a sample and hold in VCV (gated by the physical sequencer gate coming in) to hold the pitch while elements plays a notes, this seems to work fine - I haven’t checked the tuning yet but it sounds ok.
I am guessing this might be latency, but I tried turning down the samples in the DAW to no avail.
Anyone seen this before or know how to fix it properly?