Waldorf- User FAQ | Browse BLOBlofeld > Q: How to reset the Blofeld to the factory settings? > Q: Where to find the Blofeld manual? > Q: My Blofeld is not booting anymore, what to do? > Q: Why is my Blofeld noisy when USB is connected? > Q: What amount is needed for certain modulation intervals? > Q: How to get linear envelope slopes? > Q: What to do if Midi. OX hangs when sending a sound bulk dump? > Q: How do I get unipolar LFO on my Blofeld? > Q: Lag processor. Q: How to reset the Blofeld to the factory settings?
A: Like on all Waldorf synths, there is no reset function. All you have to do is loading the factory sounds. Q: Where to find the Blofeld manual? A: Have a look at the link below. Path=/blofeld/docs. Q: My Blofeld is not booting anymore, what to do? A: Here is the read- me of the rescue system: *** clip ***Blofeld Rescue System V 1.
Blofeld. Rescue. mid. Emergency System only recovery from severe crashes - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -We think you will never have to use this system. However, if for some yet unforseen error or a power failureduring transmission of a firmware update Blofeld losesmemory, we included a minimal system that allows recoveryfrom such a rare incident. This minimal system displays "send data!" on the LCD, surrounded by random pixels. If that happens, this Blofeld.
Rescue. mid is the only help: Hook up MIDI, *not*USB, from PC to Blofeld and play the Midifile to the unconscious Blofeld - it will lighten up only to tell you to dump the firmware now. Proceed as instructed and all memory is restored. If you feel Blofeld is confused, or it refuses to acceptnew firmware or you are simply curious to check it out, the minimal system can be activated by holding both < Utility> and < Global> buttons depressed during power up. Your Waldorf Team(C) 2. Waldorf Music Gmb.
Waldorf Blofeld Adaptation Installation. The Blofeld adaptation uses Universal Inquiry to detect the Blofeld. To work around the bug in the USB MIDI driver.
H. All Rights Reserved.*** clip end ***The needed file is available at the link below. Q: Why is my Blofeld noisy when USB is connected? A: Due to the direct- coupled nature of USB and most PC soundcards it is exceptionally easy to create a ground loop when the Blofeld is connected to the PC via USB. The common symptom of that loop is digital noise in the audio, which often modulates with unrelated activity on the PC, like mouse movements. Only the following configuration does work securely: PC w/ isolation transformer (or laptop : -) connected via USB to Blofeld, which in turn connects to a mixer. No other audio gear can be connected to the PC via USB or any soundcard interface without isolation.
Any configuration more complicated than that (and that includes almost all practical scenarios) will have a latent ground loop. You should not create a ground loop in the first place (instead of trying to troubleshoot it's symptoms) and there are several options to do so: 1) Insert a DI box w/ ground lift between Blofeld and the mixer/amp input. This is the recommended solution. If you simultaneously use a soundcard on your PC with further outboard audio gear, its inputs and outputs may have to be isolated as well. Use an isolated input on your mixer or DAW.
This is most likely a microphone input and you must ensure that phantom power is switched off on this input before you connect the Blofeld. If you have such an input, but no DI box and you are sure to remember that the phantom power must never be on, then use this solution. Isolate the USB via a hub that has galvanic isolation between upstream and downstream side. These are much more expensive than DI boxes, so it won't be cost- effective. Most USB "extender cables" do not have galvanic isolation and are useless for this purpose. Also note that you can connect only one audio interface to the hub as connecting a second unit creates a ground loop again (this time through the two devices you connected after the hub).
Hab also alle sounds vom blofeld->editor übertragen, der blo spricht bei tastaturanschlag auch. das update erfolgt über usb. ich hab auch reason 3 am start.
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