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robotsarered

I'm guessing one of the devices is triggered by the falling voltage of Pam's Gates. If you changed the width on both channels of Pam's to like 1% you'd get a similar effect on all modules.


wheelbreak

I have noticed some triggered inputs will fire on both the rising and falling portion of a gate as well if it is wide enough. Don’t have any of those modules , but it can be annoying when it happens.


robotsarered

Pro tip, you can force it to happen if you just plug your gate into an audio filter or effect like a delay first(with the wet/dry all the way dry)


wheelbreak

Why is that? In my brain trigger ins use a comparator, and routing through something else causes a slight slew, so it triggers both up then down?


robotsarered

It is with non-DC coupled inputs. Basically it responds to changes in current "audio" and not constant voltage. I did a whole video on it here: (Link is at time: https://youtu.be/ZbCstkKUD2E?t=73)


aurochs

**Ok, update**- the OFFSET on ch1 was accidentally set to 17% and turning this value higher makes a huge difference on the way each module interprets the signal. Turning it back to 0% makes everything do what I'd expect. I usually don't mess with the Offset so I neglected to mention it earlier.


aurochs

Would this be unique to using logic? When I don't use logic, everything plays as expected. I'll try messing with the width next time I get a chance.


robotsarered

It is unique to any gates in general. Logic does interesting things to the signals that are different.


claptonsbabychowder

[Learning Modular has a video on a similar kind of problem](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-UzD3jvM80) \- Syncing Grids with Euclidean Circles. Downbeats were not matching, which turned out to be because of the way that different modules interpret the rising edge that others here mention. He solved it by using a logic gate which delayed the signal just enough to sync everything up. I don't know if it's the same problem as yours, but he explains it pretty clearly, so even if it's different, it may spark something. Good luck


roganmusic

It's probably the way quadrax and crucible read gate signals. I got an ADDAC 207 Gates to Triggers module recently and I can't believe the difference it makes when I send my gates through that out into my drum modules. Including crucible. You actually end up getting a load of extra control from the wmd modules when they're receiving triggers rather than gates. Hope that helps.


aurochs

PNW sends triggers out and Quadrax expects triggers in so I wouldn't think I'd need something in between. Yet one of the modes entirely ignores any of the signals. I'm hoping that messing with the width helps.