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Korg MMT RADIAS Owner's Manual: Synth Parameters; P04 Voice

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Program parameters

3. Synth Parameters

These are the synthesis parameters that are used to cre-
ate a timbre.
Each of the four timbres has the same pages. Use the
TIMBRE SELECT [1]–[4] buttons to select the timbre you
want to edit.
If a drum kit is assigned to a timbre, the parame-
ters of the P04: VOICE–P12: MOD SEQ pages are
not available for that timbre.
P04 VOICE
These parameters determine performance characteris-
tics of the timbre.
P04–1: VOICE
Here you can specify how the timbre will be played.
1: Assign (Voice Assign)
Selects monophonic or polyphonic operation.
Mono
The timbre will play monophonically (one note at a
time).
Poly
The timbre will play polyphonically.
2: Priority
When playing monophonically, and more than one note
is held down, this setting specifies the note that will take
priority.
This parameter is shown if "Assign" is set to Mono.
Last
The last key to be pressed down will sound.
Low
The lowest note being pressed will sound.
High
The highest note being pressed will sound.
3: Trigger
This specifies whether the EGs will retrigger when you
play a second note before releasing a previously played
note.
This parameter is shown if "Assign" is set to Mono.
Single
The second and subsequent notes will not retrigger the
EG. Use this setting if you want to play legato.
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Multi
The EG will be retriggered each time a new key is
pressed.
P04–2: UNISON
These are the unison-related parameters.
Unison is a function that produces a richer tone by play-
ing multiple voices at the same pitch to "fatten" the
sound. This effect can be enhanced by slightly detuning
each stacked voice. The RADIAS lets you stack as many
as six voices in this way.
[Mono, Poly]
1: Sw (Unison On/Off) UNISON
Switches unison on/off.
Off
Unison is off.
On
Unison is on.
[Last, Low, High]
If this is on, use the "Mode," "Detune," and "Spread"
parameters to specify the number of voices, detuning,
and panning.
2: Mode
Specifies the number of voices that are stacked when us-
ing the Unison function. When you play a note, the spec-
ified number of voices will be heard, producing a richer
tone.
This parameter is shown and can be edited if "Sw" is
On.
[Single, Multi]
3: Detune
Specifies the amount of detuning (pitch spread) that will
be applied between each stacked voice when using the
Unison function.
Note on
Note on
Trigger
Single
Multi
Depending on other voice-related settings, the
number of voices you specify here may not actual-
ly sound.
[Off, On]
[2...6 voice]
[00...99 cent]

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