Oscillator 2 settings
Adjusting the volume of each oscillator
Selecting the routing
Filter 1 settings
Use the OSCILLATOR 2 [WAVE] button to select the waveform of
The waveform will change each time you press the button, and the
LED of the selected waveform will light. You can choose one of four
different waveforms. The most common way to use this is to select the
same waveform as oscillator 1, and change its pitch slightly to create a
Use the OSCILLATOR 2 [OSC MOD] button to select the modula-
tion type for oscillator 2.
The type will switch each time you press the button, and the LED for
the selected modulation type will light. You can choose one of three
Use the [SEMITONE] knob to adjust the pitch of oscillator 2 in
Some of the more common ways to set this parameter is to lower the
pitch by one octave (–12) or two octaves (–24) relative to the pitch of
oscillator 1. Vintage analog synthesizer players would sometimes set
the oscillators a fourth (+5) or ﬁfth (+7) apart in pitch.
Use the [TUNE] knob to adjust the pitch of oscillator 2.
You can produce a richer sound by slightly changing the pitch to create a detuned effect.
Use the MIXER [OSC 1] knob to adjust the volume of oscillator 1.
Use the MIXER [OSC 2] knob to adjust the volume of oscillator 2.
Use the MIXER [NOISE] knob to adjust the volume of the noise generator.
Use the [ROUTING] button to select the ﬁlter rout-
Each time you press the button, the routing of ﬁlters 1
and 2 will change. The LED of the selected routing
will light. You can choose one of four different rout-
ings. If you choose SINGLE, only ﬁlter 1 will be used.
Use the FILTER 1 [TYPE] knob to select the type of
ﬁlter being used by ﬁlter 1.
You can adjust the knob to obtain intermediate char-
acters between these ﬁlter types. The ﬁlter type will
have a major effect on the character of the sound.