Korg EXB-MOSS Manual: Introduction; Features Of The Exb-moss

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Thank you for purchasing the Korg EXB-MOSS DSP
synthesizer board. In order to enjoy long and trouble-
free use, please read this manual carefully and use the
EXB-MOSS correctly.
Before you use this product, you must read the
"Safety Precautions" listed in the beginning of
the Parameter Guide.
This manual explains the Bank F parameters
that are added when the EXB-MOSS is
installed. For details on the parameters other
than Bank F, refer to the TRITON's Parameter
Guide and Basic Guide etc.

1. Introduction

Features of the EXB-MOSS
The EXB-MOSS is an option board containing a
MOSS (Multi-Oscillator Synthesis System) tone
generator with six-voice polyphony.
The MOSS tone generator is a physical modeling tone
generator that uses Sondius-XG* technology.
When the EXB-MOSS is installed into the TRITON,
you will be able to use the 128 MOSS tone generator
programs in program bank F.
Bank F is dedicated to MOSS tone generator
programs. Bank F programs can be selected for a
timbre/track in Combination, Song, and Song Play
modes. You can also create combinations or songs
that combine bank F programs with other programs
from banks A–E or G.
Broadly speaking, a MOSS tone generator program
consists of voice, EG, LFO, effect, and control
The voice section contains an oscillator and a filter.
— The oscillator provides two oscillators (1 and 2),
which can use thirteen different oscillator algorithms,
including Standard, Ring Modulation, VPM, Reso-
nance, Organ Model, and Electric Piano Model. The
oscillator also provides a sub oscillator and a noise
— The filter provides five types of filters (two filter
systems), including a Human Voice Filter that lets you
simultaneously set two center frequencies, and a Dual
Band Pass Filter that lets you simulate the body
resonances of a violin or guitar.
Five EG units and four LFO units can be used to
modulate this voice section in order to create time-
varying movement of pitch, tone, and volume.
* This product was developed under license of
physical modeling tone generator patents (http://
www.sondius-xg.com) owned by Stanford University
USA and Yamaha Corporation.


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