I am investigating the possibility of assembling a class action suit including all owners of Fatar keyboards with the "noisy mod wheel" problem.
If you are like me (and every Fatar owner I have ever spoken with) you are haunted by the constant jitter noise from the Mod Wheel. You have probably spent literally hours of your life deleting this extraneous noise from your sequences, and have watched this deluge of CC data choke your softsynths and confound your hardware.
I am not immediately seeking names or contacts. I am merely gauging interest. If we do decide to move forward, it is my hope that we merely use our combined voices to walk Fatar to the brink of defeat, and in doing so, persuade them that the right thing to do is fix the problem.
I am also seeking some expert advice as to a solution for the problem. It is my theory that all wheel and fader controllers probably produce this jitter, but that other manufacturers have designed logic into the controller's operating system that recognizes and filters this "between-contacts jitter."
Clearly, Fatar does not.
Thanks in advance to the administrators of this board for understanding the need for this off-topic post. In order to assess the depth of the problem, it is desirable to reach the most people the most quickly.
I need two very simple responses from Fatar controller owners. On the first line of your response, type in the model number of Controller that you own (i.e., SL-880).
On the second line, state simply, YES, I experience this problem, or NO, I do not experience this problem.
Thank you in advance for participating. It is my sincere hope that a solution will result.