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Korg minilogue Owner's Manual Page 21

Polyphonic analogue synthesizer.
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LFO
LFO: Low Frequency Oscillator
The Low Frequency Oscillator creates a re-
peating cyclical signal. You can choose one
of three LFO waveforms.
Depending on its target, the LFO can pro-
vide vibrato (PITCH); Tonal changes to the
Oscillators (SHAPE); or Wah-Wah (CUTOFF) effects
WAVE switch
The LFO can be set to a square wave ( ), a triangle wave ( ), or a sawtooth
wave ( ).
EG MOD switch
The EG can modify either the speed (RATE) or depth (INT) of the LFO, in con-
junction with the RATE and INT knobs.
RATE knob
The rate knob adjusts the speed of the LFO.
Turning the knob to the right will increase the LFO speed.
The values indicated here depend on the LFO BPM Sync settings in
TIP
the PROGRAM EDIT mode. When LFO BPM Sync is Off, the avail-
able values are 0–1023; and when LFO BPM Sync is On, the available
values are from 4–1/64 ("LFO BPM Sync", p. 34).
INT knob
The INT knob adjusts the intensity of the LFO.
Turning the knob to the right will increase the LFO intensity.
TARGET switch
Selects the parameter where the LFO modulation will be applied.
CUTOFF: Modulation is applied to the FILTER CUTOFF knob setting.
SHAPE: Modulation is applied to the VCO 1, 2 SHAPE knob settings.
PITCH: Modulation is applied to the VCO 1, 2 PITCH knob settings.
[ ,
,
]
[OFF, RATE, INT]
[0...1023 / 4, 2, 1, 0, 3/4...1/64]
[0...1023]
[CUTOFF, SHAPE, PITCH]
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