yes, this is normal behaviour of the a137.
i always have the knob turned a bit clockwise
to come around this.
--- In Doepfer_a100@yahoogroups.com, "n keller" <nirokesan@h...> wrote:
> I have one too. Mine behaves in such a way that there is a large
> increase from zero multiplication to greater than zero. Is this
> your A-137's behave?
> n k
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- --- In Doepfer_a100@yahoogroups.com, "n keller" <nirokesan@h...> wrote:
> Bakis.well with
> This is exactly what I mean. I see someone else has responded as
> a similar condition. I know it isn't the end of the world, I justnever
> heard anyone else mention it so thought perhaps I was alone. I canuse a
> limiter to level things out if needed. However, I do wish that itcould
> keep itself levelled somehow. I would like to morph from NO effectto
> totally mental and back without that massive volume step.hello,
> Thanks (group) for your responses.
the metalbox/cgs wave multiplier can do this,
going from zero effect to massive effect without
changing the level, but all in all the metalbox
module cannot be as radical as the a137.
the a137 seriously offers the bigger potential
when extreme folding is required and to my ears
the a137 sounds cleaner, it doesn't introduce the
same amount of hum as the metalbox module does,
when using high multiplication values.
also the a137 offers more parameters as
any other wave multiplier. anyway both modules
are desirable and surely have their advantages
over the other.
- --- In Doepfer_a100@yahoogroups.com, "p. hendricks" <ph@c...> wrote:
> so, I gather it's quite a bit different from the CGS or Metalbox Wavefit in?
> multiplier. So, in what way? and where does the Oakley Wave Folder
> Also, unique?hello phil,
i don't own an oakley wave multiplier, but i believe
that all wave multipliers are different to each
other, they all have a different sound, even more
than different filters.