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CFX stage patch sends signal to VAR effect

Posted: Fri Feb 08, 2019 10:47 am
by evrooij
Hi All,

I thought I posted this before, but that post is lost one way or another? Otherwise it is a duplicate :D

Starting with a INIt MULTI/GM,
When I add the "CFX Stage" patch to any of the PARTS, the signal of this patch is also sent to the VAR effect of the Multi.
while the SEND is definitely set to 0 .
Listening to the sound i guestimate that there is at least a 50 % signal "leaking" to the VAR effect.
Only way of avoiding this is to set the VAR return to 0 or to disable the VAR effect completely. (Or sending to anything else but MAInL&R.

This is ONLY happening with the CFX-STage , Thi sis NOT happening with e.g. CFX PopStudio Grand.
I have been comparing the CFX-STage patch with the CFX PopStudio Grand, but i can not see any differences between these patches that may explain this behaviour.

Any thoughts anyone

Re: CFX stage patch sends signal to VAR effect

Posted: Sun Feb 10, 2019 7:27 pm
by evrooij
Is there really noone with this same problem? or Am i overlooking something?

Re: CFX stage patch sends signal to VAR effect

Posted: Mon Feb 11, 2019 1:47 pm
by mick_n
I will check this out on mine if I get some free time this afternoon.

Re: CFX stage patch sends signal to VAR effect

Posted: Mon Feb 11, 2019 3:00 pm
by mick_n
Confirmed, same here. Also affects "CFX Concert" patch.

Investigation ongoing.

Re: CFX stage patch sends signal to VAR effect

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 6:46 am
by Kal1n_M
Aren't these using two types of Reverb (one in Rev and one in Var insert effect slots) as part of reproducing the "proximity" or distance in the hall effect with the Super knob? Therefore the Super knob is applying an offset to your Var = 0, which explains why it keeps sending signal to VAR.

Try adding it with Parameter with Part disabled (the 3 options on the bottom of the screen while you search for part to add). This will keep your current part programming and only add the elements from the part you are adding.