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Originally Posted by mvrh ➡️
I don't think they can, at least not with a firmware update, otherwise I would suspect they already did. This issue is there since day one.
I guess it's not a common issue across all Prophet Rev2s.

I once bought a Prophet 8 PE and it had the same behaviour. I immediately returned it.
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That's a bad quality issue, even if it would happen once in a month and should be solved by Sequential.
That's 8 hours of working on patches, not music. Almost never happens when I'm working on music production.
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That's 8 hours of working on patches, not music. Almost never happens when I'm working on music production.
Great patches, btw!
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Osc mix 1 and 2 is on the same knob, how does that work?

They aren't 2 independent oscillators?
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Osc mix 1 and 2 is on the same knob, how does that work?

They aren't 2 independent oscillators?
Works like the VCO mix knob on Roland analog polys too - you mix between 100% VCO 1 or 100% VCO 2 with the 50/50 mix in the middle being a perfectly blended signal between the two.

This will differ from other analogues like the OB6 or Prophet 6 where each oscillator has an Independent mixer knob. The upside to this is that you can saturate each oscillator at 100% if the need/want is there.
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Osc mix 1 and 2 is on the same knob, how does that work?

They aren't 2 independent oscillators?
yep, that's imposed by the PA397 synth on a chip. Its mixer is fairly simple, but it works ok. You can't "drive" the filter like in a mono or in a synth with separate oscs and filters. Here the two oscs, vcf and vca is all in one package.
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