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Korg Triton Studio Parameter Manual: About Alternate Modulation Sources

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Alternate Modulation Source (AMS)
About Alternate Modulation
Alternate Modulation can be specified for the following 29
types, in total, 55 alternate modulation destinations shown
in the diagram below. (Pitch EG is common to OSC 1 and 2.)
AMS (Alternate Modulation Source) can be selected inde-
pendently for each of these to apply modulation.
Alternate Modulation
Frequency Mod 1
Frequency Mod 2
Intensity Mod
Intensity Mod
OSC1
Pitch Mod
Intensity Mod
Pitch EG
Level Mod 1
Level Mod 2
Time Mod
Different types of Alternate Modulation are used to control
the bank I-F programs (which can be used when the EXB-
MOSS option is installed). ( EXB-MOSS owner's manual)
9. Appendices
Frequency Mod 1
LFO1
Frequency Mod 2
Intensity Mod to A
Intensity Mod to A
Filter1 A
Filter1 B
Resonance Mod
Cutoff Mod 1
Cutoff Mod 2
Intensity Mod to A
Intensity Mod to B
Filter1 EG
Level Mod
Time Mod 1
Time Mod 2

About Alternate Modulation Sources

There are 42 Alternate Modulation sources (AMS) that can
control Alternate Modulation destinations.
If you select two or more Alternate Modulation destinations
for control by the same AMS, a single source will apply
modulation to each of the specified destinations.
Frequently used assignments such as using the joystick (X)
to control pitch are provided as special parameters, so it is
not necessary to use Alternate Modulation to accomplish
this.
LFO2
Intensity Mod
Intensity Mod to B
Intensity Mod to B Intensity Mod
Amp 1
Pan Mod
Cutoff Mod 1
Amp Mod
Cutoff Mod 2
Amp1 EG
Level Mod
Time Mod 1
Time Mod 2
OSC 1
OSC 2
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