Re: 2VCO Problems
i think when i made the mod (linked by guest) i tried with 10nf together with a resistor, but that cap was not enough.
i think i landed on 33nf, although slightly lower would probobly be even better becase higher values gives a higher "envelope attack" to the cv input of the vca chip. this cap filters out the fastest transients from the cv input of the 6110.
the resistor must be there in case of a cap being inserted to ground, otherwise it will sound crackly. the resistor will tame the snappyness of the sound, which i think is the biggest difference between 662 and 6110. it limits the cv signal and will take down those super punchy accents which are not present in the 622. i am using 82kohm to match the accents from a clone i have with a 622, but slightly lower resistance is okey.
i used a polyester cap by the way!
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