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microKORG XL+
Increasingly negative (–) settings will allow a correspondingly greater effect
in the opposite direction.
Cutoff
Int=–32
Cutoff frequency
specified by
"Cutoff"
Note off
Note on
KEY TRK (Keyboard Tracking/Filter1)................................ [–2.00...+2.00]
This specifies how keyboard tracking (the keyboard location that you play)
will affect the cutoff frequency. For example if the sound played by the C4
key has the desired tone but higher notes no longer have resonance or are
too mellow-sounding, you can adjust keyboard tracking to make compen-
sations so that the cutoff frequency will rise for higher notes.
With positive (+) settings, the cutoff frequency will rise as you play upward
from the C4 note, and fall as you play downward.
With negative (–) settings, the cutoff frequency will fall as you play upward
from the C4 note, and rise as you play downward.
With a setting of +1.0, the change in cutoff frequency will be proportion-
NOTE
ate to the change in pitch. With a setting of 0, keyboard tracking will not
affect the cutoff frequency.
Keyboard Track operates according to the pitch that is controlled by pitch
NOTE
bend, and transpose. It is not affected by pitch changes produced by vi-
brato or Virtual Patch.
VEL SENS (Velocity Sensitivity/Filter1) ..................................[–63...+63]
Specifies how velocity (keyboard playing dynamics) will affect the cutoff fre-
quency.
Positive (+) values will cause the cutoff frequency to rise as you play more
strongly.
Negative (–) values will cause the cutoff frequency to fall as you play more
strongly.
44
Int=–63
Int=0
Note off
Note on
Time
FILTER2
Here you can adjust the settings of the filter 2 parameters. The FILTER1
page "ROUTING" parameter specifies how filter 2 and filter 1 will be con-
nected.
The filter 2 parameters are not shown if "ROUTING" is SINGLE.
CUTOFF (Filter2 Cutoff) ..........................................................[000...127]
This is the same as for FILTER 1 ( p. 42).
RESO (Filter2 Resonance) .......................................................[000...127]
This is the same as for FILTER 1 ( p. 42).
TYPE (Filter2 Type)........................................................... [LPF, HPF, BPF]
Selects the filter type.
LPF, HPF, BPF: These are the same filter type as for filter 1 ( p. 42).
EG1 INT (EG1 Intensity/Filter2) ................................................ [–63...63]
This is the same as for FILTER 1 ( p. 43).
KEY TRK (Keyboard Tracking/Filter2) ................................ [–2.00...+2.00]
This is the same as for FILTER 1 ( p. 44).
VEL SENS (Velocity Sensitivity/Filter2).................................. [–63...+63]
This is the same as for FILTER 1 ( p. 44).
AMP (Amplifier)
These parameters control the volume. The sound that is created by passing
through the oscillator and filter is amplified by the amp.
LEVEL....................................................................................[000...127]
Adjusts the volume of the timbre.
PANPOT ....................................................................... [L63...CNT...R63]
Adjusts the location of the sound in the stereo field. L63 is far left, CNT is
center, and R63 is far right.
KEY TRK (Keyboard Tracking) ................................................... [–63...63]
Specifies how keyboard tracking will affect the volume.

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    The best manual in english!
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