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B.
SPEED
(white) Affects the
speed
(rate)
of the
sine,
sawtooth and
square waves, but
has
no
effect
on
noise or the external input. Set the
lever
up
for
slowest
speed and
down
for
fastest
speed.
SUB OSClllATOB
FUNCTKW
SPEED
VCO
VCf
VCA
illTTTT
-^^----
speed
has
no
effect
here
UXTTT
=
J^JU^JLT"^_^L
C.
VCO
(white)
varies
the
pitch of
any
notes
you
play
by moduiating the Voltage Controlled
Oscillator
with the
FUNCTION-selected
wave-
form.
At
slower
speeds, the
sound
is
that of
a
vibrato. Faster
speeds
produce
a
sound
that
resembles
ring
modulation.
^^
SUB
OStlLLArOR
FUNCTION
SPtEO
VCO
VCf
TXTT
FUNCTION
SPEED
^^+1TT
VIBRATO
=
TRILL
VCF
(green)
modulates
the Voltage Controlled
Filter,
thereby varying
the tonal character
(overtones) of
any
notes that
are
played.
At
slower
speeds, the
sound
is
that of an
automatic
wah-wah.
Faster speeds, particularly
when
a
square
or
sawtooth
wave
is
selected for the
FUNCTION,
yield
unusual
effects.
E.
VGA
(grey) applies
the
modulation
to the
Voltage Controlled
Amplifier, varying the
volume
of
any
notes that
are
played.
At
slower
speeds, the
sound
is
that of
a
tremolo.
Faster
speeds
produce
beating or pulsing
effects.
NOTE:
Initially,
the best
way
to hear the effect of the
Sub
Oscillator
is
to
choose
a
slow
SPEED,
pull
the
VCO
lever
down
for
maximum
modulation, and Then
select
each
FUNCTION
waveform. Repeat
the
same
procedure
for
the
VCF
and
VCA
levers.
,
SUB
OSClLLArOft
FUNCTim
SRED
VCO
VCF
+
TT1
=
TREMOLO
[12]
TOUCH
RESPONSE
SECTION -
These
levers
modify
the
sound
according
to
how
you
play the key-
board (dynamic
control).
The
three right-hand controls
are related
to the
Sub
Oscillator
Section
[10]
,
as
indicated.
They
also are pressure
sensitive, as
indicated
by
the
term
''After."
The
PITCHBEND
tever
is
independent
of the
Sub
Oscillator,
and
is
velocity
sensitive, as
indicated
by
the
term
"Initial." "Initial"
means
that the
amount
of effect
is
determined by
how
fast
and
hard
you
initially
strike
the
key.
"After"
means
that the
amount
of effect
is
determined by
how
hard
you
press
a
key
after
it
hits
bottom.
A.
PITCHBEND
(white) causes the pitch to begin
below
the note
you
play
and
to
quickly
slide
up
to the
proper
pitch.
The
faster
and
harder
you
strike
the keys, the
more
the pitch bends.
No
effect
is
heard with
the
lever
up.
-
TIXJCM
fltSPONSE
-
F1TCHKN0
SF^tO
IT
B.
SPEED
(white) increases the
speed
of
any
VCO,
VCF
or
VCA
FUNCTION
selected
with
the
Sub
Oscillator.
NOTE: SPEED
also interacts
with
the adjacent
VCO
and
VCF
levers.
SPEED
has
no
effect
if
the
Sub
Oscillator
Function
is
set at
EXT
or
NOISE,
since
they
have
no
set
speed
per
se.
FUNCTtON
SPfED
.
TOUCH
flESPWa
-
PITCHflfNO
SPIED
VCO
TTTl -TiTT
Slow Tremolo
with
tight
key
pressure,
=
increasingly
faster
Tremolo
with
heavier pressure.
-
sue
osciLLArofl
-
-
TOUCH RESPONSf
-
fUNCnON
SPttD
PTCHBENO
SPEED
TTTT*
T4-iT
No
Vibrato with
light
key
pressure,
=
increasingly faster
Vibrato with
heavier pressure.
C.
VCO
(white)
varies
the pitch of the
sound
for
a
trill
or vibrato
on
individual
notes
as
you
play.
SUB
OSClLL^TOft
FUNCTION
SWEO
TOUCW RESPONSE
-
PTTCHMNO
SPEED
VCO
+
TTT'TT^T=
VIBRATO
-
rOtO
HESPONSf
-
fUNCTlON
S^ED
HTCHBfNC
£PtED
--
+
TTT-TT1T-—
D.
VCF
(green) varies the
overtones
for
adding
a
change
of brightness to individual
notes
as
you
play.
tTXT
=
WAH WAH
For
more "wah"
add Resonance
[8]
.
Little
or
no
pitch-
Pitchbend
occurs,
bend
is
heard.
FUNCTION
SPteC
VCO
VCf
'JCi
\4\\
SftlLLiANCi
BESONANCf
-
r[XjCh
HfSPOt(SI
1
PITCMMND
SPtEO
VtO
VCf
TTTT-++1-TTT1
=
WAH WAH

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