Umpf Club Drums and Drum Sequencer

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junglephone
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Post 20 Dec 2020

Hello All,

Here's a weird one. When I use Drum Sequencer with the Umpf drums, I get a weird flanging and pitch shifting sound. There is no midi keyboard connected. I have disabled all the LFOs and effects but that didn't fix it. When I use a midi keyboard to record a sequence, it sounds fine. Anyone have any idea what could be causing this?

TIA

UPDATE: Never mind. It was because record was enabled on the Umpf track.
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Post 20 Dec 2020

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visheshl
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Post 20 Dec 2020

are you sure the flanging is only club drums ?
it could be your speakers are out of phase

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Post 20 Dec 2020

visheshl wrote:
20 Dec 2020
are you sure the flanging is only club drums ?
it could be your speakers are out of phase
Unless you're using bare wires it's difficult to reverse polarity on speakers! But more than that, it wouldn't sound "out of phase" in the "flanging" sense, because there would be no delay involved.
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visheshl
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Post 20 Dec 2020

selig wrote:
20 Dec 2020
visheshl wrote:
20 Dec 2020
are you sure the flanging is only club drums ?
it could be your speakers are out of phase
Unless you're using bare wires it's difficult to reverse polarity on speakers! But more than that, it wouldn't sound "out of phase" in the "flanging" sense, because there would be no delay involved.
hmm true

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