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microKORG XL+
TRANSPOS (Transpose).......................................................... [–48...+48]
Adjusts the pitch of the oscillators in semitone steps.
The range is four octaves upward or downward.
This setting is related to the pitch of the oscillators themselves; this is not
NOTE
the same as the OCTAVE [UP], [DOWN] buttons on the front panel that
change the range of notes available on the keyboard.
DETUNE ..................................................................................[–50...50]
Adjusts the pitch of the oscillator in one-cent steps.
VIB INT (Vibrato Intensity).............................................[–2400...+2400]
Specifies the depth of vibrato that will be applied when you move the [MOD]
wheel all the way up.
You can produce a vibrato effect by using LFO2 to modulate the oscilla-
NOTE
tor pitch, causing it to move up and down.
P.BEND (Pitch Bend) ............................................................. [–12...+12]
Specifies the range of the [PITCH] wheel in semitones This value specifies
the amount of change that will occur when you move the pitch wheel all the
way up or all the way down.
PORTMNTO (Portamento)....................................................... [000...127]
Portamento is a smooth change in pitch from one note to another. This
parameter specifies the speed of the portamento effect.
With a setting of 000, there will be no portamento effect. Increasing the
value will lengthen the amount of time it takes for the portamento effect to
transition from one note to the next.
OSC1 (Oscillator 1)
Oscillators generate the basic waveform. Each timbre has two oscillators.
On this page you can make settings for oscillator 1. Use knob [2] to select
the parameter that you want to edit, and knob [3] to edit the value.
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WAVE (Waveform Select)........................................................................
[SAW, PULSE, TRIANGLE, SINE, FORMANT, NOISE, PCM/DWGS, AUDIO IN]
Selects the waveform for oscillator 1. The Saw, Pulse (square), Triangle
and Sine are traditional waves associated with analog synthesizers.
SAW
A sawtooth wave.
PULSE
A pulse wave.
TRIANGLE
A triangle wave.
SINE
A sine wave.
A formant wave with tonal characteristics similar
FORMANT
to that of a human voice.
NOISE
Generates noise.
PCM/DWGS waveforms from acoustic instru-
PCM /DWGS
ments and digital synthesizers.
The audio signal received at the AUDIO IN
[LINE] jack or AUDIO IN [MIC] jack will be used
instead of the oscillator.
AUDIO IN
NOTE
Pitch-related parameters will not affect the
signal received from the AUDIO IN [LINE]
jack or [MIC] jack.
OSC MOD (Oscillator 1 Modulation Type)
....................................................[WAVEFORM, CROSS, UNISON, VPM]
Selects the type of modulation being applied to oscillator 1.
The maximum number of playable voices may change depending on the
NOTE
combination of "Wave" and "OSC MOD" settings.
WAVEFORM (Waveform Modulation): Use "Control1" to modify the shape
of the waveform.
CROSS (Cross Modulation): Cross Modulation uses the output waveform
of oscillator 2 (the modulator) to modulate the frequency of oscillator 1 (the
carrier) at high speed to produce a modulated sound. The waveform
selected by "WAVE" will be the carrier.
Cross Mod Depth
OSC2
OSC1
OSC1
OSC1
output
Freq Mod
OSC2
output

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