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To Yamaha CS80 owners...

Postby Martin P268 » Wed Nov 28, 2007 6:30 pm

I was wondering if somebody with working CS80 would be so kind and help me with the calibration of my CS80V. I would be extremely grateful if you could post a short .mp3 file according to the following specifications:

- 20 seconds long sample of a single, sustained, completely unmodulated note (preferably C3)
- saw wave
- single synth line (the I/II mix lever all the way up or down)
- brilliance and resonance sliders set in the middle position
- filter fully open, resonance at the minimum
- volume and filter envelopes set to square (fast attack, max sustain, fast release)

Among other things, I need this to verify how much drift is there in the real oscillators so that I could adjust this accordingly.
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Postby Maschinengeist » Thu Nov 29, 2007 4:36 am

I don't have a CS-80 anywhere near. But maybe this will help you out: http://www.cs80.com/docs/adjustment/
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Postby Martin P268 » Thu Nov 29, 2007 5:56 pm

Interesting info, will be useful if I happen to find a CS80 in a dumpster ;-)

For now, as the CS80V has no running voltages, all I need is this simple sample specified above :-)
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