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Effect guide
Source
F.Pedal
Foot pedal
F.SW
Foot switch
Damper
Damper pedal
E.F
Envelope follower
MIDI1
Source specified by "MIDI1" in Global mode P04–1: MIDI
MIDI2
Source specified by "MIDI2" in Global mode P04–1: MIDI
MIDI3
Source specified by "MIDI3" in Global mode P04–1: MIDI
MIDI4
Source specified by "MIDI4" in Global mode P04–1: MIDI
MIDI5
Source specified by "MIDI5" in Global mode P04–1: MIDI
5. St.Wah (Stereo Wah)
This stereo wah effect allows you to create sounds from
vintage wah pedal simulation to auto-wah simulation,
and much broader range settings.
Stereo In - Stereo Out
Left
Envelope Sens
+
Envelope Shape
Control Source
Right
Dry/Wet
Sets the balance between the effect and dry sounds.
Wah Type
[Y-CRY, RM-A, RM-B, J-CRY, VOX, M-VOX]
Selects the wah type.
If "ModSource" is Auto/Ctrl (other than PitchBend),
settings of "Freq"=0, "Resonance"=0, and "Mod-
Int"=+63 will produce the response of a modeled wah.
If "ModSource" is LFO/Ctrl (PitchBend), settings of
"Freq"=32, "Resonance"=0, and "ModInt"=45 will pro-
duce the response of a modeled wah.
Wah Freq (Frequency)
Sets the wah center frequency.
Resonance
Sets the resonance amount.
Mod Src (Modulation Source)
Selects the source that will control the center frequency
of the wah.
When "Mod Src" is set to Auto will select an auto-wah
that sweeps according to envelope changes in the input
signal level. Auto-wah is frequently used for funk guitar
parts and clav sounds.
When "Mod Src" is set to LFO, the effect uses LFO to
sweep in cycle.
When "Mod Src" is set to Ctrl, you can control the filter
directly via the modulation source in the same way as a
wah pedal.
Mod Int (Moduration Intensity)
Adjusts the depth of the modulation produced by the
modulation source.
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Explanation
Wah
Mod Src
Auto
Response
Ctrl
LFO
LFO
Wah
[Dry, 99:1...1:99, Wet]
[–63...+63]
[–63...+63]
[Auto, LFO, Ctrl]
[–63...+63]
Response (Modulation Response)
Adjusts the response of the modulation effect. A setting
of 0 produces the slowest response.
Env Sens (Envelope Sensitivity)
When "Mod Src" is set to Auto, sets the sensitivity of
auto-wah. Increase the value if the input signal is too
low to sweep. Reduce the value if the input signal is so
high that the filter is stopped temporarily.
Env Shape (Envelope Shape)
When "Mod Src" is set to Auto, this parameter deter-
mines the sweep curve for auto-wah.
Dry / Wet
TempoSync (LFO Tempo Sync)
Specifies whether the LFO cycle will synchronize to the
tempo set by the [TEMPO] knob or MIDI clock. This pa-
rameter will be displayed and can be set if "Mod Src" is
LFO.
Dry / Wet
☞p.125 "TempoSync (LFO Tempo Sync)"
LFO Freq (LFO Frequency)
Sets the LFO speed. This parameter will be displayed
and can be set if "Mod Src" is LFO and "TempoSync" is
Off.
☞p.125 "LFO Freq (LFO Frequency)"
Sync Note (LFO Sync Note)
Sets the LFO frequency as a proportion of the tempo set
by the [TEMPO] knob.
This parameter will be displayed and can be set if "Mod
Src" is LFO and "TempoSync" is On.
☞p.125 "Sync Note (LFO Sync Note)"
LFO Wave (LFO Waveform)
Selects the LFO waveform when "Mod Src" is LFO.
☞p.125 "LFO Wave (LFO Waveform)"
LFO Shape
Adjusts the shape of the LFO waveform if "Mod Src" is
LFO.
☞p.125 "LFO Shape"
Key Sync (LFO KeySync)
Specifies whether the LFO will be reset at note-on. This
parameter will be displayed and can be set if "Mod Src"
is LFO.
☞p.125 "Key Sync (LFO KeySync)"
InitPhase (LFO Init Phase)
Specifies the starting position of the waveform. This pa-
rameter will be displayed and can be set if "Key Sync" is
Timbre.
☞p.125 "InitPhase (LFO Init Phase)"
Envelope Shape
Level
Envelope
value = 0...+100
value = 0...–100
Time
[Saw, Squ, Tri, Sin, S&H]
[000...127]
[000...127]
[–63...+63]
[Off, On]
[0.01...100.0Hz]
[8/1...1/64]
[–63...+63]
[Off, Timbre]
[000...180°]

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