EG INT knob
The Envelope Generator (EG) can be used to control the CUTOFF, or Filter fre-
quency, over time using this EG INT (intensity) knob.
To learn more about the EG settings ("EG", p. 20).
With this knob in the center position (0%), no EG is applied to the Filter.
Rotating the knob to the left of center increases the EG intensity, but with the
polarity of the EG inverted.
Rotating the knob to the right of center increases the EG intensity effect.
FILTER TYPE switch
The filter type (roll off) can be set to either 2-POLE (12 dB per octave) or
4-POLE (24 dB per octave).
2-POLE: Gently cuts off the upper harmonics, creating a more natural sound.
4-POLE: Cuts off the upper harmonics more sharply than the 2-POLE.
KEY TRACK switch
Key tracking allows the note played on the keyboard to influence the cutoff
frequency of the filter. This is useful when you want higher notes to have more
upper harmonics, or to appear brighter, than lower notes.
0% (lower position): No keyboard tracking will be applied.
50% (center position): The cutoff frequency will change at half the rate/slope as
the pitch of the keyboard.
100% (upper position): The cutoff frequency will change at the same rate/slope
as the pitch of the keyboard.
[0%, 50%, 100%]