2.The structure of bank F programs
The programs of bank F have the following structure.
This section produces the waveform that is the basis
of the sound.
Settings are made by the "Program P1: Edit-Basic"
and "Program P2: Edit-Pitch" parameters.
— OSC 1, 2
Thirteen oscillator types (methods of sound genera-
tion) are provided. Of these, you can select two
oscillator types for use together, and make basic
settings for the pitch and waveform. However for
some oscillator types, only one type can be used.
Settings are made by the parameters of "1–1: Prog
Basic," "1–2: OSC Basic," "1–3: OSC1," and "1–4:
— Sub oscillator
One of four basic waveforms can be selected. Its pitch
can be set in the same way as OSC1 and 2.
These settings are made by the parameters of "1–2:
OSC Basic" and "2–3: SubOSC P.Mod."
— Noise generator
This produces white noise, which can be passed
through a multi-mode filter (low pass filter, high pass
filter, band pass filter).
Settings are made by the "1–5: Noise Generator"
This section mixes the signals from oscillators 1 and
2, the sub oscillator, the noise generator, and the
feedback from the amp, and outputs the result to
multi-mode filters 1 and 2 (filter section).
Settings are made by the "1–6: Mixer" parameters.
LFO1 LFO2 LFO3 LFO4
This section processes the waveform by attenuating or
boosting specific frequency ranges. Two multi-mode
filters are provided. As filter types, you can select
from low pass, high pass, band pass, band reject, or
dual band pass filters. These filters can be used to
modify the brightness of the sound. You can also
select the connection routing between the two filters
and the mixer and amp.
Settings are made by the "Program P3: Edit-Filter"
This section modifies the volume of the sound that is
output from the filter. There are two independent
amps. The signal that is input to each will depend on
the filter connections. The amp section also provides a
special envelope generator for controlling the amp
These settings are made by the "Program P4: Edit-
This section applies effects to the signal that is output
from the amp. It has the same parameter structure as
the programs of other banks.
Settings are made by the "Program P7: Edit-
Arpeggiator" and "Program P8: Edit-Insert Effect"
This section provides four LFO units. Each LFO can
be used as a modulation source for various param-
eters, to apply cyclic change to the sound.
Settings are made by the "Program P5: Edit-Common
Joy Stick, Ribbon Controller
& other controllers
1, 2, 3, 4