so this worked out fine. here is how i did it:
1 calibrate your VCFs and DCOs via global-calibration.
1.2 set level osc1: 64, osc2: 0 , osc 3: 0 so you only hear one wave
1.3 set wave osc 1 to saw, thats the most stable one
1.4 open the filter all the way and set resonance to 0
1.5 set osc*-slop: 0
1.6 set voice-detune: 0
- go to global-calibration-tune voices
- connect an instrument tuner to the parva output
- play a few middle Cs and find one that is “in the middle” of all the tunings. keep that key pressed!
- adjust master tune until its tuned to C in your tuner.
- still keep that note pressed! now we need to find which voice board that is.
- start from voice board 1 and change the individual tunings until you see the changes in the tuner. thats your current voiceboard, adjust it correctly.
- now relase the key and press it again, thats your next voice board adjust it … and so on.
- you will see the global tuning fluctuate a few cents every time you press a new key, i have no idea why … keep adjusting until you are happy. anything ±3 cents is fine.
- your final test: play 8x the same note. if you dont hear any difference you are fine.
make sure you exit out of the calibration menu correctly by pressing button A long. if you just switch off the parva your tuning settings are lost!
VOILA YOUR PARVA WILL STOP playing wolf tones