Thanks @kamil. The solution is to transpose in the µMIDI control panel. That way MIDI notes coming out of the DAW are at the same pitch for VST’s, MIDI synths, and Eurorack gear via the µMIDI without transposition.
@RadicalQuiver - yes, this is easy. The FH-2 can use 0-10V. The problem is that all of the oscillators I have (Instruo Cs-L, Ts-L, Mutable Plaits, and Pittsburgh Primary), and nearly all I’ve tried out there are designed around a bipolar pitch CV input - Including Rubicon and Dixie with C3 or C4 at 0V. Most oscillators are designed to get C3 or C4 with the pitch knobs pointing at noon. Except for the upper VCO on the Instruo Cs-L, which uses 9:00 as C3, to allow for extension into really high ranges as a modulator - just like the Verbos CO.
Just found this…This article answers a lot (including Kamil’s statement!!) -
I’ll work with this knowledge! Thanks Chris - @LearningModular!!!
One point to make -
If the Eurorack community standardized on bipolar -5 to 5V as the standard for pitch CV - there is one major benefit: When you unpatch an oscillator, there is 0V to it’s pitch. You can just tune it to C3. All neat and tidy. You can tune it even if other things are going on.
If you try and tune an unpatched oscillator (0V to pitch) to C0 (17.32Hz) or C1 (32.70Hz), most tuners - including my Mordax DATA (which bottoms out at 27.50Hz) will not register, or will be difficult to stabilize. A 3V or 5V voltage source is required, or you need to stop everything, and send 3V+ from your MIDI-CV converter to it, which breaks your workflow.
There is no user benefit to using 0-10V for pitch CV, as far as I can tell.