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ayello 2012-12-12 18:54

Cant stop a sound in PX7
 
Hi
I ve try to program a patch from scratch in the PX 7 .
I found something pleasing me except i can't stop the operator 4 to sound even i don't press the key and i go outside for 20 mn to buy some groceries.
I ve tried all was humanly possible but this damned operator 4 continue to ring :-)

This is the patch
Maybe someone can fix it ?

http://www29.zippyshare.com/v/93792065/file.html

Thanks

Best
Michel

jdwfrance 2012-12-12 19:04

you've got your release value of the operator at a non-zero value!

http://i.imgur.com/PmEKS.png

turn that down and it'll settle back down :)

ayello 2012-12-12 19:07

Thanks for your answer,
But when i do that, it lower the sound but it don't stop it, it don't make it fade gently.

Best
Michel

dudelab21 2012-12-12 21:41

Quote:

Originally Posted by ayello (Post 1196958)
Thanks for your answer,
But when i do that, it lower the sound but it don't stop it, it don't make it fade gently.

Best
Michel



Adjust the release(turn it down) on the E.G. Rate(R4 section). You need to mix and match them. Also adjust some of your sustain(EG 3) a bit lower.

ayello 2012-12-12 23:11

I did what you said, but it don't fade.
The only thing i got , it's the sound getting low by decreasing the L4, but it still continue to play.
I ve attached the patch in my OP

Best
Michel

jexin 2012-12-13 10:28

Looking at the screen grab above (I don't have reason available here), it looks like you need to review the whole envelope as rate 3 looks like it's set very high which will make that last a long time (perhaps even infinite at max value?). Envelopes in FM tend to be much longer than their subtractive counterparts. Not sure why this is, but typically setting an envelope rate to max will make it extremely slow. Basically what you are doing is setting the levels for each part of the envelope using the L values, and the speed it takes to reach those levels using the R values. So because you have a slow rate on R3 it's probably not even getting to the R4 stage. When programming these it's probably best to set all the rates to minimum and work them upwards starting with the first two values and then working towards the right. But do avoid just shoving them up to max straight off. The levels can be shoved up to max apart from the last one (which should normally be zero unless you want the sound to ring forever). For typical sounds you'll probably only need to use the first two level settings.

ayello 2012-12-13 12:33

Thank you jexin, for your answer.
I will try , now.

Best
Michel


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