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Korg MMT RADIAS Owner's Manual: Envelope Follower Settings

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Envelope Follower settings

By using the envelope follower you can use the varying level of an external audio signal to modulate a vari-
ety of parameters such as the filter cutoff.
In the following example, we'll explain how you can set up the envelope follower to modulate the Filter1
Cutoff of timbre 1 using the audio signal from a rhythm pattern (or other source) connected to the INPUT
jack.
The envelope follower becomes a modulation source, and can be used by one of the six virtual patches to
modulate another parameter.
1
Connect a drum machine or CD player to the INPUT 1 jack.
2
Use the TIMBRE SELECT [1] button to select timbre
1, and go to the Program Edit mode P02–3: COMMON
– E.F tab page.
3
Set "Source" to ExtIn1.
4
Input a rhythm pattern (or other audio signal) from
your external device to ExtIn1 (Audio In 1), and use
the front panel AUDIO IN [1/INST] knob to adjust
the input level.
Adjust the level so that the LED does not light red.
5
Adjust "Sens" and "Response" appropriately for the input signal you're using.
For details on these parameters refer to p.76 "P02–3: E.F (Envelope Follower Common)."
6
Set the Filter1 "Cutoff' to a low value such as 30.
7
In the P11–1: PATCH – P1 tab page, select Patch 1.
Make the following settings.
"Source": EnvF
"Dest": Filt1Cut
"Intensity": +32
8
Play the keyboard so that you hear timbre 1.
The filter 1 cutoff frequency will be modulated accord-
ing to the rhythm pattern or other audio source you're
using.
Envelope Follower settings
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