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Korg PS60 Owner's Manual: Keyboard And Keyboard Settings

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Introduction to the PS60
RATE knob
This knob adjusts the speed of LFO modulation.
DEPTH knob
This knob adjusts the depth of LFO modulation.
FEEDBACK knob
This knob adjusts the amount of feedback (which
returns a portion of the output back to the input).
Note: The specific result of adjusting RATE, DEPTH,
and FEEDBACK will depend on the effect type.
7. REVERB/DELAY
Here you can apply effects that give the sound more
depth and spaciousness, or add echo or reverberation
(p. 20).
REVERB/DELAY TYPE button
Use this button to select the effect type. Each press of
the button will cycle through the effect types (the
corresponding indicator will light).
HALL: Hall-type reverb typical of the reverberation of
a mid-sized concert hall or ensemble hall
PLATE: Plate reverb that produces a warm (dense)
reverberation
ROOM: Room-type reverb with emphasis on early
reflections, producing a tight feel
DELAY: Simple and easy-to-use monaural delay with a
maximum delay time of 549 ms
EFFECT OFF: (no indicators lit)
TIME knob
This knob adjusts the reverberation time of the reverb
or the delay time of the delay.
LEVEL knob
This knob adjusts the output level of the reverb or
delay.
FEEDBACK knob
This knob adjusts the decay time of the reverb or the
feedback amount of the delay.
Note: The specific result of adjusting TIME, LEVEL,
and FEEDBACK will depend on the effect type.
8. EQ
This is a three-band parametric equalizer. You can
individually adjust the low, mid, and high-frequency
regions (p. 20, 34, 45).
BASS knob
This knob adjusts the low-frequency region. In edit
mode, you can switch this band between Shelf and
Peak types.
MID knob
This knob adjusts the mid-frequency region. This band
is a Peak type adjustment.
TREBLE knob
This knob adjusts the high-frequency region. In edit
mode, you can switch this band between Shelf and
Peak types.
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Tip: In addition to these settings, there's a "Global EQ
Offset" function that lets you apply adjustments to all
performances or programs (p. 49).
Controllers
9. Joystick
You can control the sound by moving this joystick up,
down, right, or left while you perform. You can use
this to apply modulation or filtering, or control the
pitch in a way that's similar to a guitarist bending
notes (p. 17).
Joystick lock button
This button holds the effect that's being applied by the
joystick. This button will light while the joystick is
locked.
10.Rotary speaker simulator
ORGAN SLOW/FAST button
If the ORGAN timbre is on and the rotary speaker
simulator effect is being used, this button will blink.
By pressing the blinking button, you can switch the
rotary speaker simulator between slow and fast states
(p. 17).

Keyboard and keyboard settings

11.Keyboard
This is a velocity-sensitive 61-note natural touch
keyboard (aftertouch is not supported). You can use
the OCTAVE or TRANSPOSE buttons to shift the pitch
instantly.
12.OCTAVE
DOWN and UP buttons
These buttons shift the pitch of the keyboard in one-
octave steps over a range of –3 to +3 octaves (p. 18).
13.TRANSPOSE
and buttons
These buttons shift the pitch of the keyboard in
semitone steps over a range of –1 to +1 octaves
(p. 18).
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