Weired SH-1oh1 probplems

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  • #9298
    Anonymous

    I recently got my SH-1oh1 back from a professional install at Switched On in Austin, TX. I wasn’t able to get the sequencer to work after reading the manual and watching the intro/demo video.

    I thought it could be a configuration issue so I did a factory reset. Afterward every key plays a high pitch white noise like sound. It doesn’t matter that variables I change on the synth the sound continues to play.

    Any suggestions?

    #9299
    tubbutec
    Keymaster

    Hi

    first of all: I am surprised you could not get the sequencer working, because if you use it like the original sequencer it should already work. What exactly did not work? can you be more specific?

    The noise after firmware reset puzzles me even more: Does it only play the noise now, or do you also hear the waveforms?

    I am also wondering if switched on tested this after they installed it? Maybe you can talk to them if they had any issues? Never heard anything remotely like this before.

    What you could try to do, just because it *might* help: Perform a firmware update to the newest version:

    https://tubbutec.de/tubbutec-firmware-updater/

    #9300
    Anonymous

    Maybe it’s a MIDI loop? Did you experiment the issue without any MIDI cable connected?

    #9301
    Anonymous

    Maybe it’s a MIDI loop? Did you experiment the issue without any MIDI cable connected?

    #9302
    Anonymous

    tubbutec wrote:
    Hi

    first of all: I am surprised you could not get the sequencer working, because if you use it like the original sequencer it should already work. What exactly did not work? can you be more specific?
    I was trying to use the sequencer as usual and it wasn’t playing back. I would load the sequence then hit play and nothing.

    tubbutec wrote:
    The noise after firmware reset puzzles me even more: Does it only play the noise now, or do you also hear the waveforms?
    Before the factory reset there was no buzz but the buzz is persistent since then. I hear the sound of the 101 coming out but whenever a key is hit a high pitch noise comes out of the speakers. The noise is the same frequency no matter what key is pressed or what setting is dialed. I tested with new cable direct to mixer and with headphones and the high frequency buzz is always there. When no keys are pressed I don’t hear the noise. It only happens when a key is pressed.

    tubbutec wrote:
    I am also wondering if switched on tested this after they installed it? Maybe you can talk to them if they had any issues? Never heard anything remotely like this before.
    I checked with them and they tested after the install. I can take it back to them but this wasn’t an issue before I did the factory reset.

    tubbutec wrote:
    What you could try to do, just because it *might* help: Perform a firmware update to the newest version:

    https://tubbutec.de/tubbutec-firmware-updater/
    Let me know the best steps to get my 101 sounding right. If it makes sense to update firmware I’m happy to. I look forward to your reply!

    goldplate wrote:
    Maybe it’s a MIDI loop? Did you experiment the issue without any MIDI cable connected?
    Yes, thanks.

    #9303
    tubbutec
    Keymaster

    Yes please try a firmware update.

    #9304
    Anonymous

    tubbutec wrote:
    Yes please try a firmware update.
    Firmware updated successfully (very easy process BTW) but the hiss persists. I’ll take it by Switched On and have them look at it. Any other suggestions?

    #9305
    Anonymous

    The SH101 is prone to regular issues due to the rather not so great quality of this synth, was used to have it fixed every 1-2 years when I had one…just bring it back to be fixed…

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