16A–16C Effect1 Setup
These parameters are used to set up Effect1.
Effect Type (Effect1)
Control Source (Src)
16A Effect type: Each time a different effect is selected, parameters that you set for the previously
selected effect are reset to their initial values.
Note: When effect 24:Symphonic Ensemble is selected for one processor, certain effects cannot
be selected for the other processor. See "Symphonic Ensemble" on page 129.
Switch: Is used to turn the effects processors on and off.
By sending MIDI Controller 92 for Effect1, and MIDI Controller 94 for Effect2, effects can be
switched on and off by an external sequencer, or other MIDI device. Each time a Controller
message is sent, the corresponding effect is switched on or off.
Note: The high and low EQ for the following effects is valid even when the effect is set to OFF:
13:Stereo Delay, 14:Cross Delay, 19:Chorus 1, 20:Chorus 2, 28:Exciter, 35:Autopan,
36:Tremolo. To bypass these effects completely select 0: No Effect.
16B Dry:Effect balance: This parameter allows you to set the level balance between the dry signal
and effected signal. A setting of DRY means no affected signal. A setting of FX means all effect
16C Dynamic modulation control source: Allows you to adjust certain effect parameters, such as mix
balance and modulation speed, while you play. This provides greater control for musical
expression during a performance. The modulation source can be set to any one of six controls,
such as a joystick and foot pedal. You can control only one effect parameter using dynamic
modulation, but the modulation source and intensity can be set independently for Effect1 and
Effect2. See "Effects Types & Parameters" on page 120.
JS(+Y): This MIDI data [Bn, 01, xx] (Controller #1) is transmitted to apply modulation when you
move the joystick on a keyboard (such as the X3) in the direction of +Y.
JS(–Y): This MIDI data [Bn, 02, xx] (Controller #2) is transmitted to apply modulation when you
move the joystick on the keyboard such as X3 in the direction of –Y.
AFTT: After Touch [Dn, xx]
PEDAL1: When "effect control" is selected for the function of the assignable pedal 1 connected
to a keyboard (such as the X3), using the pedal will transmit a MIDI message [Bn, 0C, xx]
(Controller #12) to apply modulation.
PEDAL2: Transmitting a MIDI message [Bn, 0D, xx] (Controller #13) to apply modulation.
Select an effect type
Turn the effect on or off.
Dry signal only
Effect signal only
Dynamic modulation off
Sum of all 64 VDA EGs
Set the depth of dynamic modulation