Posted by: LBH
« on: April 06, 2018, 05:04:46 am »I think perhaps a conversion can be done using the following formular.
The harmonic + (DX7 harmonic decimal/ DX7 harmonic) = DX7 Vs Ratio setting.
We can use the example from the video: The DX7 ratio is 3.50. The harmonic is 3 and the fine tune decimals is 50.
Using the formular then it's 3 + (50/3) = 16.67. That mean the DX7 Vs ratio setting should be 3 + 16.67 (That's the same as the 2 + 75.0 setting on the DX7 V.)
A DX7 ratio at 4.888 would be 4 + (888/4) = 4 + 222 on the DX7 V. That's notet 4 + 22.20 on the DX7 V as it's raange go from 0-100, and using 4 decimals if one see or set the value under the operators detune parameter in the Oscilator section.
Check it out yourself.
The harmonic + (DX7 harmonic decimal/ DX7 harmonic) = DX7 Vs Ratio setting.
We can use the example from the video: The DX7 ratio is 3.50. The harmonic is 3 and the fine tune decimals is 50.
Using the formular then it's 3 + (50/3) = 16.67. That mean the DX7 Vs ratio setting should be 3 + 16.67 (That's the same as the 2 + 75.0 setting on the DX7 V.)
A DX7 ratio at 4.888 would be 4 + (888/4) = 4 + 222 on the DX7 V. That's notet 4 + 22.20 on the DX7 V as it's raange go from 0-100, and using 4 decimals if one see or set the value under the operators detune parameter in the Oscilator section.
Check it out yourself.