Nava v1.0 Firmware

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Re: Nava v1.0 Firmware

Postby m4d » Apr 19th, '20, 16:28

At least that's what I've read here. 1.023 needs the original 4051s in place to work properly.
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Re: Nava v1.0 Firmware

Postby emenel » Jun 13th, '20, 13:17

emerse wrote:i can also confirm im getting significant volume differences on all my drum voices, the rim shot is super loud. the kick is fairly quiet in comparison to the majority of the other voices, you basically have turn all the other voices right down to get a decent pattern with a balanced kick..

anyone have any ideas on how to troubleshoot this problem, or is it firmware related?

cheers


Has this issue ever been resolved?

I have a new build of the 1.02 boards with the latest firmware and the levels of each voice are still wildly different. The rim is twice as loud as the BD and Toms.

Is this a hardware issue or firmware? If hardware, is there a component value that can be changed to even them out?
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Re: Nava v1.0 Firmware

Postby KlangGenerator » Jun 15th, '20, 06:38

If you replace R419 with a 10k resistor the level will be reduced.
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Re: Nava v1.0 Firmware

Postby emenel » Jun 15th, '20, 19:32

KlangGenerator wrote:If you replace R419 with a 10k resistor the level will be reduced.


Thank you! I will try that.
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Re: Nava v1.0 Firmware

Postby Oortone » Nov 15th, '20, 16:36

Is there some relation between the firmware in the Erica Synth Drum Sequencer and the firmware in Nava?

https://www.ericasynths.lv/news/drum-se ... changelog/

The Erica Synth looks very similar and the firmware on the linked page started on 1.032, the last firmware for Nava was 1.028.

Almost like it's the continuation from Nava?
Would they be compatible between machines?
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Re: Nava v1.0 Firmware

Postby Oortone » Nov 15th, '20, 18:29

emenel wrote:
emerse wrote:i can also confirm im getting significant volume differences on all my drum voices, the rim shot is super loud. the kick is fairly quiet in comparison to the majority of the other voices, you basically have turn all the other voices right down to get a decent pattern with a balanced kick..

anyone have any ideas on how to troubleshoot this problem, or is it firmware related?

cheers


Has this issue ever been resolved?

I have a new build of the 1.02 boards with the latest firmware and the levels of each voice are still wildly different. The rim is twice as loud as the BD and Toms.

Is this a hardware issue or firmware? If hardware, is there a component value that can be changed to even them out?


How are the lever relations on a real 909?
I seem to remember that many old drum machines or rhytms sections on organs have very strange level relationships. Often hihats are too strong and bass drums too weak when set to same level positions if there are individual pots.
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Re: Nava v1.0 Firmware

Postby FlavioB » Nov 15th, '20, 19:48

Oortone wrote:Is there some relation between the firmware in the Erica Synth Drum Sequencer and the firmware in Nava?

https://www.ericasynths.lv/news/drum-se ... changelog/

The Erica Synth looks very similar and the firmware on the linked page started on 1.032, the last firmware for Nava was 1.028.

Almost like it's the continuation from Nava?
Would they be compatible between machines?

That's a good question - hope somebody can reply here ;-)
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