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  • DIY: Geting rid of these annoying high-frequency noises

    First: Many thanks to Vladimir Pantelic for the support, who showed me this "simple way" how to solve this high-noise Gate issue with the Gates of the Malekko Varigate 8+ and the Bitbox 2.0.
    This DIY cost me a total of 50 euros for material, for 20 attenuator cables and (hopefully) only this weekend of my time (plus 10 of my 1 meter patch cable, which I had to cut through in half).
    But my first Test-Cable works fine now with the Varigate 8+ and the Bitbox 2.0! 19 to go! It also saved a lot of money (160 Euros) for Attenuator cables from K*** E*******! I tried it first with a 10k and a 22k resistor, but unfortunately this noise was still audible when in Mute mode or in a silent part of a track when some Gates triggering the cells. But now with 2x 47k resistors it finally worked out great. I'm a bloody beginner in soldering but still managed to solder this attenuator cables, so it can not be hard hehe...
    Maybe some of you will find this useful, that's why I shared it with you. Greetings from Frankfurt, Tony

    Random walks on never-ending pattern
    https://www.youtube.com/tonydekaro

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    A better illustration. Cheers
    Random walks on never-ending pattern
    https://www.youtube.com/tonydekaro

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    • #3
      Just finished and it works perfectly! No high pitched noises anymore. You've should try it if you have any issues with it.
      Should work also with the Beatstep Pro. But maybe with an 22k resistor on Ground and 10k resistor on the signal path.
      Random walks on never-ending pattern
      https://www.youtube.com/tonydekaro

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      • Christine
        Christine commented
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        I'm so glad you got this fixed!

    • #4
      deKaro,

      Thanks for sharing this information. Indeed, creating a voltage divider like you have done will do the trick. I will also have to thank Vladimir the next time I see him.

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