Korg MS2000R Owner's Manual: Pitch; Page04: Pitch; Oscillator; Page05: Osc 1

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E: Detune............................................[00cent...99cent]
Specify the amount of detuning (difference in pitch) that will
be applied to notes sounded simultaneously by the Unison
function.
This parameter will be displayed and can be set only if
"Assign" is set to Unison.
If the "Mode" is Dual/Split and the maximum polyph-
ony ("Timbre Voice") of the timbre is 1, this setting will
have no effect.

PITCH

These are the pitch-related parameters.
Page04: PITCH
A: Transpose............................................... [–24...+24]
Adjust the pitch of the oscillator in semitone (100 cent) steps.
The range is two octaves upward or downward.
Changes made by the front panel OCTAVE (or BANK/
OCTAVE) buttons actually shift the pitches assigned to
the keyboard (or keys) in one-octave steps, and do not
affect the pitch of the oscillator that is sounding. Nor are
such settings saved by the Write operation. If you wish
to change the pitch of the oscillator itself, you must use
this "Transpose" setting to specify the pitch.
B: Tune ........................................... [–50cent...+50cent]
Adjust the pitch of the oscillator in one-cent steps.
The range is –50 – +50 cents.
C: Vibrato Int .............................................. [–63...+63]
Specify the depth of the vibrato effect that is applied when
the modulation wheel (or for the MS2000R, the modulation
wheel of a connected external MIDI device) is moved to the
maximum position.
The LFO2 will apply a vibrato effect to the pitch of the oscil-
lator.
D: Bend Range............................................ [–12...+12]
Specify the amount of pitch change in semitones that will
occur when the pitch wheel is operated. This setting specifies
the amount of pitch change that will occur when the pitch
bender is moved to the maximum positive (+) position.
E: Portamento
TIME ...............................[000...127]
This specifies the speed of the portamento effect (a smooth
change in pitch from one note to the next note of a different
pitch).
With a setting of 000, there will be no portamento effect.
Increasing this setting from 001 will cause the pitch to
change correspondingly slower.
If Page 03: VOICE "Assign" is set to Mono or Unison,
and if "Trigger" is set to Single, portamento will not
apply to the first-sounded note.
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OSCILLATOR
These are the parameters that affect the waveform of the
oscillator.
Page05: OSC 1
A: Wave
WAVE .............................. [Saw...Audio In]
B: Control1
CONTROL1 ......................... [000...127]
C: Control2
CONTROL2 ......................... [000...127]
"Wave" selects the waveform for OSC1 (oscillator 1).
"Control1" and "Control2" set parameters for the selected
waveform. The parameters that you set will depend on the
selected waveform.
Saw
This is a sawtooth wave, suitable for creating typical ana-
log synthesizer sounds such as synth bass and synth brass.
• Control1
Adjusting this value will modify the waveform.
A setting of 0 will produce a conventional sawtooth
wave, and a setting of 127 will produce a sawtooth wave
one octave higher.
• Control2
LFO1 is used to apply WFM (wave form modulation) to
the waveform specified by "Control 1." The "Control 2"
setting specifies the depth of the modulation produced
by LFO1.
By setting the Page 12A: LFO1 "Wave" parameter to
(Tri) and adjusting "Frequency," you can create the
effect of detuning.
0
Pulse
This is a pulse wave, suitable for electronic sounds or
wind instruments.
• Control1
This adjusts the pulse width.
A setting of 0 will produce a square wave, with a tone
reminiscent of woodwind instruments such as clarinet.
At a setting of 127 the pulse width will be 0, and no
sound will be heard.
By adjusting the pulse width you can produce sounds
similar to clavinet or sax.
• Control2
LFO1 is used to apply PWM (pulse width modulation)
to the pulse width specified by "Control1." The
"Control2" setting specifies the depth of the modulation
produced by LFO1.
By setting the Page 12A: LFO1 "Wave" parameter to
(Tri) and adjusting "Frequency," you can make the
sound distort.
0
63
127
63
127

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