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23 March 2019 at 17 h 54 min #1733AnonymousInactive
When using percussive or plucked sounds in combination with the dual delay type, I noticed some really annoying pops occurring in the output. I upgraded the BIM to the latest firmware, just to be sure, but that didn’t change anything.
I am wondering if this is intentional and some artefact of how the delay is implemented, or maybe it is a bug.
Below is a link to a recording. I’ve used a self-oscillating filter to generate a clean sound with a short attack, since the pops are most noticeable then. First you hear the sound with mix at 0% then 50% then 100%. The pops get sharper with higher notes.
There is no modulation and the input is not overdriven.
If this is not a bug, please help me understand what’s going on.13 June 2019 at 3 h 30 min #1794AnonymousInactive
Hi, do you get that kind of noise or this is something different ?
bim audio13 June 2019 at 9 h 49 min #1795AnonymousInactive
I don’t understand what you’re asking. What do you mean with “that kind of noise or something different”? I made the recording to illustrate the problem.13 June 2019 at 22 h 05 min #1796AnonymousInactive
Ok sorry didnt see the link to the audio file.
I thought it was Maybe related to a problem i have (annoying pops too).
Im getting digital artifact with higher notes and sounds with high frequency content no matter the type of delay i use.
To reproduce easily play a saw wave chord (using higher notes) with filter wide open using thru mode mix 100%.
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