E-mu Emulator Sampler User Forum for the EIII EII EI and EIII XP - High frequency noise on certain keys (same notes each octave)

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« Reply #15 on: June 02, 2017, 04:43:41 AM »

I had this issue come up again and began to wonder if this can be tied to a failing component.  Below are the keys that exhibit the whine when pressed:

D1, C2, C#2, D2, A2, G3, G#3, A3, G4, G#4, A4,

Here's a screenshot of bitwig using its spectrum analyzer to identify the pitch:

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E-mu Emulator Sampler User Forum for the EIII EII EI and EIII XP - High frequency noise on certain keys (same notes each octave)

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