Korg X5DR AI2 Owner's Manual Page 106

Synthesis system for all digital processing.
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Keyboard Tracking EG Time: This parameter determines how the overall level of the VDA1 EG
time parameters are affected by keyboard tracking. It affects the VDA1 EG Attack, Decay, Slope,
and Release time parameters equally. Although, the direction of change can be set independently
for each parameter. The Keyboard Tracking mode and Key parameters can be used to specify the
keyboard area that is affected.
9E
Attack, Decay, Slope, Release Times: These parameters determine whether the VDA1 EG Time
parameters are reduced or increased with keyboard tracking. For a negative (–) value, notes above
the specified key have their VDA EG times increased. For a positive (+) value, notes above the
specified key have their VDA EG times decreased. In the following illustration, all parameters are
set to positive.
Note on
VDA EG Time
settings
Creating a Positional Crossfade
You can specify a keyboard position at which one oscillator will fade out and the other will fade
in. Set VDA1 (9C) and VDA2 (11C) to the same Keyboard Tracking Key, for example, C4, then
set VDA1 (9D) to a positive Keyboard Tracking Amplitude value and VDA2 (11D) to a negative
Keyboard Tracking Amplitude value. The following illustration shows this more clearly.
10A–10C VDA2 EG
This parameter determines how the volume of Oscillator2 varies over time. Operation is the same
as for VDA1. See "8A–8C VDA1 EG" on page 90.
10A VDA2 EG
ø
AT00
AL99 DT15
10A
Note off
Note on
Notes below the
Tracking Key
VDA1 keyboard
Volume level
tracking amplitude <0
99
Oscillator
level setting
0
C-1
Key
10B VDA2 EG
ø
10C VDA2 EG
BP20
ST88
SL00
RT60
10B
Note off
Note on
Note off
Notes above the
Tracking Key
VDA2 keyboard
tracking amplitude >0
G9
ø
10C
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  • jr Nov 18, 2013 11:36:
    does the korgx5dr have an arpagiator in it?