Ive got another small issue, with SPDIF, causing an very quiet regular clicking sounds (about twice a second), audible at high frequencies
Audio Interface: Focusrite Saffire Pro 14, connected via SPDIF to TI, 48khz clock rate, AI is Master for clock
TI Keyboard v1 : Audio : Auto, Status , sync to SPDIF OS 5.0.3
Not connected via USB etc.
Generally its fine, except for this small clicking sound, which is barely audible.
Select INIT patch, OSC balance to OSC 1 , Filter 1 to HP
now play a high pitch note: say C7 ... turn the resonance up say to 127, and you can 'tune' in the cutoff to hear the clicking (around 80)
if you play a different note, you can tune it using the cutoff/resonance - so its definitely there in the audio path on the TI , i.e. not an artifact of the Audio interface, other wise it would not be affected by cutoff.
Ive checked the following:
a) its present on shape/waves
b) its not LFO related (tried changing rate etc)
Its also definitely the external SPDIF that causes it...
I did the following tests:
a) Changed to a 'analog out' e.g. OUT 2 L+R - goes away (i was in seq mode, so could easily switch without altering anything else)
b) Change the audio interface, so that it was Slave to the TI - clicking goes away (even though Im still using OUT 1 over SPDIF)
so definitely appears to be when using TI sync to external SPDIF source, and using SPDIF OUT.
Id really like to keep my TI as a slave to audio interface for clock for a variety of reasons, but obviously would prefer not to have this audio issues..
Can anyone else reproduce this?