Editing vocoder program
Here's the procedure for editing a program when in the
For details on parameters that are the same as the synth pro-
gram, please refer to the explanation for synth programs.
Here we will explain the parameters that can be set only for
a vocoder program.
1. Adjust the mic input audio
a. Cut the noise when there is no input
1 Rotate the [
The LCD screen will show Page 06B: AUDIO IN 2
Rotating the knob toward the right will make it more
likely that the audio will be cut.
Adjust this so that noise is not obtrusive when you are
not speaking into the mic.
06B AUDIO IN 2
2 Press the SELECT  key.
The LCD screen will show Page 06A: AUDIO IN 2 "Gate
Adjust this so that the vocoder sound that is output is
not interrupted unnaturally. Use the [+/YES] [–/NO]
keys to adjust the value.
06A AUDIO IN 2
b. Adjust the consonants of the vocoder sound
Rotate the [
The LCD screen will show Page 06C: AUDIO IN 2 "HPF
Rotating the knob toward the right (increasing the
value) will emphasize the consonants of the input
06C AUDIO IN 2
2. Set the ﬁlter
a. Adjust the sensitivity of the ENVELOPE FOLLOWER
for the modulator
Rotate the [
The LCD screen will show Page 08F: FILTER
"E.F.Sense." Rotating the knob toward the right (increas-
ing the value) will smooth the attack of the vocoder out-
put, and lengthen the release.
b. Shift the cutoff frequency of the carrier ﬁlters
Press the [
When you press the key, the formant shift amount will
change, and the LED for the selected shift amount will
By shifting the ﬁlters, you can dramatically change the
character of the vocoder output.
c. Adjust the cutoff frequency of the carrier ﬁlters
Rotate the FILTER [
The LCD screen will show Page 08B: FILTER "Cutoff."
Use the [
] knob to adjust the ﬁlter shift amount
in a range of ±2 steps.
By using this in conjunction with the [
the cutoff frequency can be shifted in a range of ±4 steps.
d. Adjust the output level of the carrier ﬁlters
1 Press the
] key to make the