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c-o note creating high cv signal on cv16 expander outputs?
I noticed that on the cv expander when I have a global negative transposition set (and allowed in the cv16 track setup menu) the value c-0 specifically seems to be sending out a ultra high cv signal, so high that it only becomes audible in the receiving oscillator when pitched down another few octaves. I noticed this when mixing in a sub oscillator at -2octaves. took me forever to figure out that it had to do with the global negative transposition.

some info: 

- Everything is set to 0-10 v

- as there are no modulator symbols at the top I'm guessing there are no active modulators.

- to the best of my knowledge all glides are off and there are no active automators/patches

some observations:

- the level of the resulting high cv signal doesn't react in parallel to further negative changes of the global transposition as one might expect. the high cv signal remains at the same level. 

- changing the pitch of the receiving oscillator shifts the resulting pitch as expected so I'm guessing it is in actuality a cv signal as opposed to some sort of oscillator feedback /bleed  issue
- issue only occurs with the cv expander and is independent of the output
- issue is independent of pure/add settings of the cv16 track setup menu
- issue disappears when global transposition is set to 0 or any positive value
- issue disappears when transposition is not allowed in the cv16 track setup menu
- I can recreate the issue with a new project

here's a clip:

I'd be grateful if someone could try this out on their own setup so that I can verify or exclude the possibility of it being my own stupidity or setup.

Yes, is already fixed with the new firmware. Thanks!
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