This effect is applied by recording the input signal and mov-
ing the modulation source. It simulates the sound of scratches
you can make using a turntable.
Wet: Mono In - Mono Out / Dry: Stereo In - Stereo Out
Selects the modulation source for simulation control
Sets the speed of the response to the Scratch Source
Selects whether the start and end of recording is controlled via the
modulation source or the input signal level
Selects the modulation source that controls recording when Enve-
lope Select is set to D-mod
Sets the recording start level when Envelope Select is set to Input
Sets the speed of the response to the end of recording
Selects how a dry sound is mixed
Sets the balance between the effect and dry sounds
Selects the modulation source of the effect balance
Sets the modulation amount of the effect balance
a: Scratch Source, b: Response
The Scratch Source parameter enables you to select the modula-
tion source that controls simulation. The value of the modulation
source corresponds to the playback position. The Response
parameter enables you to set the speed of the response to the
c: Envelope Select, c: Src, d: Threshold
When "Envelope Select" is set to D-mod, the input signal will be
recorded only when the modulation source value is 64 or higher.
When "Envelope Select" is set to Input, the input signal will be
recorded only when its level is over the Threshold value.
The maximum recording time is 1365msec. If this is exceeded, the
recorded data will start being erased from the top.
This parameter enables you to set the speed of the response to the
end of recording. Set a smaller value when you are recording a
phrase or rhythm pattern, and set a higher value if you are record-
ing only one note.
Wet / Dry
Wet / Dry
Always On, Always Off, Cross Fade
Dry, 1:99...99:1, Wet
f: Direct Mix
With Always On, a dry sound is usually output. With Always
Off, dry sounds are not output. With Cross Fade, a dry sound is
usually output, and it is muted only when scratching.
Set Wet/Dry to Wet to use this parameter effectively.