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• NOISE (Noise Level)
Range: 0 ... 127
This determines the balance of the Noise signal in relation to the VCO 1, VCO 2, Ring
Modulator, and Feedback levels. The higher the value, the greater the Noise Level.
When not using Noise, set the value to "0."
• By mixing in Noise and using the AN Expert Editor to select an appropriate Filter Type (such
as VCF, HPF, etc.), you can create a wide variety of unique "special effect" sounds.
• RING MOD (Ring Modulator Level)
Range: 0 ... 127
This determines the balance of the Ring Modulator level in relation to the VCO 1, VCO 2,
Noise, and Feedback levels. The higher the value, the greater the Ring Modulator level.
When not using the Ring Modulator, set this value to "0."
• The Ring Modulator combines the VCO 1 and VCO 2. It is particularly effective for producing
dissonant interval sounds with a clangorous, or metallic effect.
• F.B. (Feedback Level)
Range: 0 ... 127
This determines the balance of the Feedback level in relation to the VCO 1, VCO 2,
Noise, and Ring Modulator levels. Feedback returns the VCA output signal back to the
input, creating a feedback "loop." The higher the value, the greater the Feedback level.
When not using Feedback, set this value to "0."
• Be careful when adjusting this parameter, since the higher settings could result in exces-
sively loud sounds that may inadvertently damage the connected audio equipment (and your
ears!).
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