[SH-1oh1] Pitch bend calibration

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  • #9175
    Anonymous

    1.8 Pitch bend calibration After the installation of the SH-1oh1 the pitch bend signal needs to be calibrated if it was installed. To do this play an A and send midi pitch bend commands to the SH-1oh1 until the 101 is in tune. While it is in tune switch to the config menu by pressing TRANPOSE + HOLD, press U&D and then press the second highest keyboard key. You can now exit the config menu by pressing TRANSPOSE.
    I want my SH-1oh1 going 1 octave around played note when receving pitch bend messages. Now it goes up and down like of the same mount of keys that its keyboard has.

    I tried to follow the manual to do it but I can’t understand how to know the amount it will affect after calibrating.

    Could you explain more?

    Thanks

    #9176
    tubbutec
    Keymaster

    Hi, the amount is fixed to about the same range as the original bender. The calibration sets the offset. If you want less range you can probably set this in your DAW or midi keyboard.

    #9177
    Anonymous

    But what key to enter on the keyboard to set what amount?

    #9178
    Anonymous

    Could you help please ?

    #9179
    tubbutec
    Keymaster

    It is not possible to set the range (it is fixed), only the offset with the calibration. You can however adjust the range in your DAW or on your midi keyboard.

    #9180
    Anonymous

    OK, sorry I didn’t understand first time due to the sentence.

    It is not handy to set this externally. I use a Linnstrument and it’s well made to produce vibratos and slides via pitch bend messages. To get the good note when sliding it is needed that all controlled synths are set the same. For the CV/Gate synths that’s set in my Cirklon and the maximum amount is 12 semi-tones, what I like very much for the keyboard bender wheel/joystick in the same time.

    May it be possible in the future (or in the circuits) to change this fixed amount ?

    #9181
    Anonymous

    I’m still interested in changing this fixed amount if it’s possible.

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