The VDF EG allows you to control brightness. The EGint (EG Intensity) parameter on 3A VDF 1
allows you to determine how much the VDF EG will change brightness. The VDF EG does not
affect the sound when the EGint parameter is set to 00. You can check the effect of the VDF EG
by changing the EGint value. (If the Fc value is very high, you may not notice changes in tonal
color produced by the VDF EG.)
Like the VDA EG, the VDF EG allows you to control how the tone of a Multisound changes over
time after a note-on message is received. You can increase or decrease the level based on the
current Fc (cutoff frequency) setting of 00.
Set the 3A Fc parameter to 00 and EGint parameter to 99, and change the parameter values
(3B–3D VDF1 EG) to see how the tonal brightness changes over time.
<<VDF EG and VDA EG>>
Changes in the volume level (VDA EG) can affect the tonal color adjusted by the VDF EG. For
example, a difference in attack time for tonal color and volume may give a signiﬁcant variation in
tonal nuance. If the attack time of VDF EG is faster, the sound becomes relatively quiet (like a
strings sound); if the attack time of VDA EG volume is faster, the sound has a unique attack sound
(like a brass instrument). To edit VDF EG and VDA EG, adjust them while keeping in mind how
they change the sound over time.
Break Point (BP)