Compressor: Side-chain input switching bug [FIXED in 1.9.5]

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iaon
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Compressor: Side-chain input switching bug [FIXED in 1.9.5]

Post by iaon » Mon Jan 07, 2019 2:58 am

Hi,

Route a Generator (or other sound source) into a Compressor.

If you switch 07.Side-chain input from 0 to 1 while the Generator is playing, the Compressor will keep repeating a short part of the signal when in peak zero latency (2) mode.

Some observations:
  • This also happens when you switch the input in a different mode and then set it to peak zero latency.
  • If you stop the noise with F12 or the stop button, it starts again when you play a note.
  • The nature of the noise changes when you disconnect the Generator
  • The noise stops when you route a second module into the Compressor, and it returns when you remove the second input. If you start off with 2 inputs, the bug doesn't manifest until you remove the second input.
  • The noise stops when you change the Side-chain input and doesn't return if you switch to 1 with no incoming signal.

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Re: Compressor: Side-chain input switching bug [FIXED in 1.9.5]

Post by NightRadio » Wed Jan 09, 2019 7:43 pm

Thanks!
Fixed in the upcoming v1.9.5

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