You can use the RADIAS' filters, amp, and effects to process an external audio source in the same way as an
internal oscillator waveform. The following section describes how to connect a CD player or an MD player
and modify the incoming audio.
Processing an external audio source
Turn off the power of both devices before you connect any external device. You should also turn the RADI-
AS' AUDIO IN [1/INST] and [2/VOICE] knobs to the 0 position.
Connect the output jacks of your external audio device to the RADIAS' INPUT jacks.
If you're connecting in stereo, connect to both the INPUT 1 and INPUT 2 jacks.
☞p.18 "5. Connecting the audio inputs – INPUT jacks"
The INPUT jacks are monaural phone plugs. If necessary, use the appropriate conversion adaptor
for the cables you're using.
Turn on the power of both devices.
Select a program in the Program Play mode.
We recommend that you select an initialized program (program
name is "Init Program") from the P bank.
Use the OSCILLATOR 1 [WAVE] button to select AUDIO IN.
Input an audio source from your external audio device, and use
the AUDIO IN [1/INST] or [2/VOICE] knobs to adjust the input
Adjust the input level so that the AUDIO IN LEDs do not light red.
Play the keyboard.
The audio source will be processed using the current settings, and will be sent to the outputs as
you continue playing.
Use the knobs and buttons of the front panel to process the audio source that is being input.
For details on how to set the various parameters, refer to p.37 "Program parameter editing."
Pitch-related parameters have no effect on an audio source from the INPUT jacks.