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Amp EG
These parameters adjust the amp EG for oscillators 1
and 2.
Attack (Amp EG Attack Time)
This scales the attack times of the Amp EGs.
Decay (Amp EG Decay Time)
This scales the decay and slope times of the Amp EGs.
Sustain (Amp EG Sustain Level)
This scales the sustain levels of the Amp EGs.
Release (Amp EG Release Time)
This scales the release times of the Amp EGs.
Pitch EG/LFO
These parameters adjust the depth of the effect
produced by the pitch EG envelope and LFO1 for
oscillators 1 and 2.
Attack (Pitch EG Attack Time)
This scales the attack times of the Pitch EG.
Decay (Pitch EG Decay Time)
This scales the decay and slope times of the Pitch EG.
Release (Pitch EG Release Time)
This scales the release times of the Pitch EG.
LFO1 Int (Pitch LFO1 Intensity)
This scales the effect of LFO1 on the Pitch.
LFO
These parameters adjust the LFO for oscillators 1 and 2
(p. 39).
LFO1 Speed
This adjusts the LFO1 speed.
LFO1 Fade
This parameter lets you fade-in the LFO1 level starting
at note-on.
This parameter specifies the time from when the LFO
begins to play until it reaches its maximum amplitude.
If the "LFO1 Delay" parameter is being used, then the
fade will begin after the delay is complete.
When "Key Sync" is Off, the fade will apply only to
the first note in the phrase.
LFO Fade and Delay
Delay
Fade
Note-on
42
[–99...+99 (Rel)]
[–99...+99 (Rel)]
[–99...+99 (Rel)]
[–99...+99 (Rel)]
[–99...+99 (Rel)]
[–99...+99(Rel)]
[–99...+99 (Rel)]
[–99...+99 (Rel, CC#77)]
[–99...+99 (Rel, CC#76)]
[–99...+99 (Rel)]
Note-off
LFO1 Delay
This adjusts the time from note-on until when LFO1
will start ( "Delay [ms]," PG p.30).
LFO1 Stop
This specifies whether LFO1 will stop or continue
operating.
If you choose PROG, the program's "Stop" setting
(PG p.52) will be used. For example if the full
parameter settings are set so that the oscillator 1 LFO1
is stopped and the oscillator 2 LFO1 is not stopped,
choosing the PROG setting here means that the full
parameter settings are used without change.
LFO2 Speed
This adjusts the LFO2 speed.
LFO2 Fade
This parameter lets you fade-in the LFO2 level starting
at note-on ( "LFO1 Fade").
LFO2 Delay
This adjusts the time from note-on until when LFO2
will start.
LFO2 Stop
This specifies whether LFO1 will stop or continue
operating ( "LFO1 Stop").
CmnLFO Spd (Common LFO Speed)
This adjusts the speed of the common LFO.
OSC1
These parameters make settings for oscillator 1.
Play/Mute
This specifies whether the oscillator will play or be
muted.
Play: Oscillator 1 will produce sound.
Mute: Oscillator 1 will be muted (silent).
Volume
This specifies the volume of oscillator 1.
Tune
This setting is added to or subtracted from the
oscillator's "Tune" setting. One cent is 1/100th of a
semitone.
Transpose
This setting is added to or subtracted from the
oscillator's "Transpose" setting. It lets you adjust the
pitch in semitone steps over a +/–5 octave range.
[–99...+99 (Rel, CC#78)]
[PROG, Off, On (Abs)]
[–99...+99 (Rel)]
[–99...+99 (Rel)]
[–99...+99 (Rel)]
[PROG, Off, On (Abs)]
[–99...+99 (Rel)]
[Play, Mute]
[000...127]
[–1200...+1200 (Rel)]
[–60...+60 (Rel)]

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