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Tuner unit?

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#22

woah, for a moment I thought that autopilot module does correction of the v/oct response curve (a la silent way), would have been an instabuy. seems it just tunes to A (aka introduces an offset).

+1 for a guitar style tuner in er301


#23

keep in mind the 301 outputs are not DC coupled, so you won’t be able to mod CV and fly it back out.


#24

+1 for this


#25

Yes please tuner!


#26

I’d love to have a tuner unit in my 301. That said, without knowing what else is being considered for future releases, I’m not sure I’d rather have a tuner more than, say, something groundbreaking that @odevices is dreaming up.


#27

:+1:

Would be perfect!

:pray:


#28

+1 so I don’t have to buy this


#29

That Noise Engineering module is actually pretty cool, but the problem is that I’m out of space in my live rig.

I was thinking that there is probably a way to make a poor-man’s tuner as a custom unit. I might explore this.


#30

Yes same here - I have limited space in my live setup. I’m pretty sure it can be done somehow using existing units


#31

I think the tuner is at the top of my wish list. :laughing:


#32

i havent tried it yet but if you use a square out of your vcos you might use pulse to hertz to determine the frequency


#33

Tuner still at the top of my wishlist too! Its boring but will seriously streamline my workflow.


#34

+1 actually was just looking at this same NE module…a tuner inside the ER-301 would be great.


#35

+1 vote for this, I’m really intense about keeping everything in tune.

I’ve had reasonable success tuning using pulse to hz, analog oscillators usually have a square out and even rings seems to center around the correct frequency.

Still I can’t remember things so I have no clue what note I’m tuning to lol


#36

I recently got a Graphic VCO from Eric Synths (really nice unit btw), and one of the cool things about it is that in addition to an oscilloscope (just like ER-301) it actually shows you a small readout of the currently played note. It’s been a super useful thing for quickly tuning other voices in a complex patch to match and I was thinking a similar readout on all the various screens where a waveform is displayed on the ER-301 would be super cool.

That plus a calculation to tell you what note the current Hz represents (esp on Oscillator units) would be the bee’s knees.


#37

+1 for tuner. I sold my disting now I can’t tune! No more menus for me EXCEPT BRIAN’S MENUs❤️


#38

+1 for this along with an oscilloscope - the ER-301 is so capable and those features are essential in any modular system.