Decreasing the range of the "Fine" knob on the Utter



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Decreasing the range of the "Fine" knob on the Utter

Postby p00n » Mon Jan 24, 2011 12:58 am

One of my main uses of the US is to max out the feedback and coarse rate knobs to generate a constant tone, then use the fine knob to tune to a pitch.

Right now the fine knob is a little too sensitive for my liking, so I'm looking for a way to decrease the range of the knob. Any suggestions like different pot values or soldering extra resistors?
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Re: Decreasing the range of the "Fine" knob on the Utter

Postby lawrence scaduto » Mon Jan 24, 2011 10:56 am

the fine knob is working at tenth of the coarse knob. it's a 2k pot. you could put a 1k in there and get half of what it does. or i could install that for ya.
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Re: Decreasing the range of the "Fine" knob on the Utter

Postby Bellyheart » Mon Jan 24, 2011 8:03 pm

Have you tried using the other knobs? I do this often as well...sound great! I often adjust the volume or tone or feedback knob.

Not sure if that'll hep at all but they call me Two-bit. I hate the name.
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