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Lfo Parameters - Yamaha PLG150-AN Owner's Manual

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• LPF
Range: 1.0 kHz ... 18.0 kHz, Thru
This determines the frequency of the low pass filter that is applied to the distortion sound.
Depending on the
sound or make it piercing and brittle. When this is set to "Thru," no filtering is applied to
the distortion sound.
• Output Level
Range: 0 ... 100
This determines the output volume of the distortion sound. Keep in mind that this may
not have any effect unless the

LFO Parameters

• Assign Group
Settings:
LFO1 (All)
LFO1 (VCO1, VCO2, VCA) - LFO2 (VCF)
LFO1 (VCO1, VCO2) - LFO2 (VCA, VCF)
LFO1 (VCO1) - LFO2 (VCO2, VCA, VCF)
LFO2 (All)
This determines the destination choices for the LFO 1 and LFO 2 modulation. When one
of the "(All)" settings is selected, all of the available destinations (VCO1, VCO2, VCA, and
VCF) are grouped to the selected LFO, 1 or 2. The LFO blocks in the main panel control
automatically change when this parameter is set. The basic parameters of
Speed
(as well as the Detail page) remain intact for both LFOs, no matter what setting is
made here.
• LFO 1 Delay
Range: 0 ... 127
The LFO 1 Delay setting determines the delay time of the modulation. Lower values
result in shorter LFO 1 Delay times, and higher values result in longer Delay times.
Parameters /
Guitar Amp. Type
setting, this parameter can be used to "fatten" the
Dry/Wet Balance
49
Setup Detail Parameter Window
is set to an appropriate value.
Wave
and

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