has anyone hooked up a yamaha cs15 to a FR mobius?

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has anyone hooked up a yamaha cs15 to a FR mobius?

Post by ianjhicks » Fri Apr 24, 2009 3:02 am

I'm having trouble figuring out how to get it so that the mobius is sending cv and trigs to both oscs, i tried a 1/4" cable that splits to 2 1/4" but it would only work on one side, any ideas would be appreciated

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Re: has anyone hooked up a yamaha cs15 to a FR mobius?

Post by iwantaminimoog » Fri Apr 24, 2009 4:02 am

Yes I have, I was was just using it today in fact.
The splitter cable is what I use for mine, it should work no problem.
I would take a guess and say that your splitter is bad.

Also a fun trick is to just use Osc 1 then run it through filter 2, you can use the keyboard to trigger filter 2
and the envelope to contour the sound.
2 filters for twice the fun!!

Yamaha cs15 is great for Acid sounds......
Oberheim OB-8-Yamaha cs15-Akai MPC 2000xl-Akai S1000-Akai Ax-60 DSI Evolver-Ensoniq Esq-1-Trapkat midi drum trigger..

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Re: has anyone hooked up a yamaha cs15 to a FR mobius?

Post by elmacaco » Fri Apr 24, 2009 2:41 pm

Your cable is probably an insert cable, one that splits stereo into two mono cables. You need a mono y cable.

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Re: has anyone hooked up a yamaha cs15 to a FR mobius?

Post by ianjhicks » Fri Apr 24, 2009 6:57 pm

canyou find mono y cables at radioshack or is this something I'd have to build?

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