05-08-2021, 04:40 PM

There are no known issues with the automators / lfos and what you describe doesn't seem to be an issue either.

If the offset setting in the automator is at 0, then your waveform generates like -2,5 to +2,5 (lets say volt).

This is shown properly in the automator below, left form the middlepoint it's the negative value, right form it the positive value.

This waveform is now being added (and subtracted) to your CV output.

If the switch is to the left, then your CV output range is -5 Volt to + 5 volt.

In this case and you have the voltage at C-0 (000), then you got -5 volt. It can't go any lower than that. So the LFO added would produce -2,5 volt on the higher wave and -5 on the lower. = cut off as it can't go any lower.

If you play a C-5 or set it to 800, then you got 0 volt on the output. If you add the LFO now, then you would get +2,5 volt on the first half and -2,5volt and the 2nd half of the wave.

The same with the switch to the right but then you got to add 5 volt to all these values. Then it can't go lower than 0 volt and will cut all below off.

If the offset setting in the automator is at 0, then your waveform generates like -2,5 to +2,5 (lets say volt).

This is shown properly in the automator below, left form the middlepoint it's the negative value, right form it the positive value.

This waveform is now being added (and subtracted) to your CV output.

If the switch is to the left, then your CV output range is -5 Volt to + 5 volt.

In this case and you have the voltage at C-0 (000), then you got -5 volt. It can't go any lower than that. So the LFO added would produce -2,5 volt on the higher wave and -5 on the lower. = cut off as it can't go any lower.

If you play a C-5 or set it to 800, then you got 0 volt on the output. If you add the LFO now, then you would get +2,5 volt on the first half and -2,5volt and the 2nd half of the wave.

The same with the switch to the right but then you got to add 5 volt to all these values. Then it can't go lower than 0 volt and will cut all below off.

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