# Korg EXB-MOSS Manual Page 31

Int (Speed AMS2 Intensity)
Specifies the depth and direction of the effect of
"AMS2."
Differential
If this is not checked, the value produced by EG,
AMS1 and AMS2 will be used as the bowing speed. If
you wish to use EG to control the bowing speed, leave
this item un-checked.
If this is checked, the rate of change of EG, AMS1 and
AMS2 will be used as the bowing speed.
• Using the ribbon controller to control bowing speed
As an example, we will assume that you have set
AMS1 to Ribbon (X). In order to control bowing
speed using the ribbon controller alone, raise the Int.
(Speed AMS1 Intensity) value, and set Int. (Speed
Modulation EG Intensity) to 0. Check Differential.
When you are pressing the ribbon controller, the
bowing speed will be zero, so there will be no sound.
As you slide your finger toward the right over the
ribbon controller, the speed at which your finger
moves will be the bowing speed, and sound will be
produced. As you slide your finger to left and right,
the bowing speed will change from positive ¡zero¡
negative¡ zero¡positive, allowing you to produce
performance expressions that are very similar to those
of actually moving a bow back and forth.
Rosin
Specifies the coefficient of static friction between the
bow and the string. (This corresponds to the amount of
rosin on the bow.)
Higher values will increase the friction between the
bow and string. When this value is in the region of 0,
it will be difficult for playing strength to be transmit-
ted to the string.
1–3b: Bow Pressure
EG
Selects the EG which will control the pressure of the
bow on the string (bow pressure).
Int (Pressure EG Intensity)
Specifies the depth and direction of the effect that the
"EG" will have on bow pressure.
If this value is low, the bow will rest lightly on the
string.
AMS (Alternate Modulation Source)
Selects a modulation source ( p.48 of this manual)
that will control bow pressure.
Int (Pressure AMS Intensity)
Specifies the depth of the effect produced by "AMS."
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[–99...+99]
[0...99]
[EG 1...EG 4, AmpEG]
[–99...+99]
[Off...MIDI:CC#83]
[–99...+99]
1–3c: String
Bowing Point
Specifies the location at which the bow contacts the
string. A setting of 0 is the end of the string, 50 is near
the middle, and 99 is at the other end.
AMS (Alternate Modulation Source)
Selects a modulation source ( p.48 of this manual)
that will control "Bowing Point."
Changing the location at which the string is bowed
will also change the overtone structure.
Intensity (Bowing Point AMS Intensity)
Specifies the depth and direction of the effect of
"AMS."
Damp
Specifies how the high frequency components will be
attenuated by the characteristics of the string and by
the way in which the string is pressed onto the
fingerboard of the violin or cello.
As this value is increased, the high frequency
components of the wave transmitted along the string
will be attenuated more greatly, producing a darker
sound. In general, you should use higher values to
simulate instruments which have flexible strings or
unfretted instruments, and lower values to simulate
instruments with stiff strings or fretted instruments.
AMS (Alternate Modulation Source)
Selects a modulation source ( p.48 of this manual)
that will control "Damp."
Intensity (Damp AMS Intensity)
Specifies the depth and direction of the effect of
"AMS."
Damp KTr Key (Damp Keyboard Track Key)
Specifies the key above and below which keyboard
tracking will begin to apply to the "Damp" effect.
You can also input a value by playing a note
on the keyboard while you hold down the
[ENTER] key.
Ramp Low
Specifies the depth and direction in which the "Damp"
amount will change for notes below the "Damp KTr
Key." Positive (+) settings will cause "Damp" to
increase for notes below the "Damp KTr Key."
Negative (–) settings will cause "Damp" to decrease
for notes below the "Damp KTr Key."
[0...99]
[Off...MIDI:CC#83]
[–99...+99]
[0...99]
[Off...MIDI:CC#83]
[–99...+99]
[C–1...G9]
[–99...+99]