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Intensity: "to A (LFO1 Int. to A)" and "to B (LFO1 Int. to
B)" specify by how much the LFO will change the tone.
JS-Y Int.: "to A" and "to B" specify the depth of the
wah effect that will be produced by the LFO when the
joystick of this instrument is moved toward yourself,
or when CC#2 is received.
"Int. to A" and "Int. to B" specify the depth of the wah
effect that will be produced by the LFO when "AMS"
(Alternate Modulation Source) is operated. For exam-
ple if "AMS" is set to AfterT, applying pressure to the
keyboard of the TRITON Le, will apply a wah effect.
EG page
Indicates settings for the filter EG, which controls time-
variant changes in tone ( PG p.16). Make settings for
the EG here, and set the depth of its effect in the Mod.1
page "Filter EG" parameter.
Filter EG and Amplifier EG
When the Filter EG changes the cutoff frequency, the
tone will change. However depending on the volume
changes produced by the Amplifier EG, this can be
heard in different ways. For example by changing the
speed at which the tone and volume begin (attack) or
decay, you can significantly vary the character of the
tonal change. It is a good idea to adjust the changes of
both the Filter EG (tone) and the Amplifier EG (vol-
ume) as you proceed with editing. ( "5.1: Ed–Amp1,
EG page, 5.2: Ed–Amp2, EG page)
Amplifier settings
5.1: Ed–Amp1, 5.2: Ed–Amp2
These settings affect the volume. Here you can adjust
the way in which the Amp EG and LFO produce time-
varying and cyclic changes in volume, and how the
controllers etc. will affect the volume.
Amp1 applies to OSC1, and Amp2 applies to OSC2.
Amp2 can be used if "Mode (Oscillator Mode)" is set
to Double.
For example, the volume of a piano note begins at a
high volume the instant you play the note, and then
decreases gradually. The volume of an organ note
remains constant as long as you continue pressing the
key. The volume of a note on a violin or wind instru-
ment can be varied during the note by the musician
(i.e., by regulating the amount of pressure on the bow
or the force of the breath).
Volume
Piano
Volume
Volume decays gradually
Time
Lvl/Pan (Level/Pan) page
Amp1 Level, Amp2 Level
Adjusts the volume of the sound that has passed
through the oscillator, filter, and amp.
Pan
Specifies the pan (stereo position) after the signal has
passed through the oscillator, filter, and amp. Nor-
mally you will set this to C064. If "Mode (Oscillator
Mode)" is Double and you wish to create a sense of
stereo, set the 5.1: Ed-Amp1 and 5.2: Ed-Amp2 param-
eter "Pan" to left and right for oscillators 1 and 2
respectively. With a setting of Random, the pan will
change randomly each time you play a note on this
instrument, producing an interesting effect.
AMS Intensity
"Intensity" specifies the depth of the panning effect
that will occur when "AMS" is operated.
If you set "AMS" to Note No., the pan will change
according to the keyboard position at which you play a
note on a this instrument. With a setting of LFO1 or 2,
the pan will sweep from side to side (auto pan). Other
settings allow you to move the oscillator pan by oper-
ating a controller.
Use DKit Setting
This is valid when "Mode (Oscillator Mode)" is set to
Drums. If this is checked, the pan location specified by
the Drum Kit for each drum sound will be used. If this
is unchecked, all drum sounds will sound at the same
location. Preload and GM drum kits are set to stereo
settings. Normally you will leave this checked.
Mod. page
Keyboard Track
This lets you vary the volume relative to the position of
the key you are playing on the keyboard.
• When Ramp "Low" has a positive (+) value, the
volume will increase as you play lower on the
Organ
keyboard. With a negative (–) value, the volume
Volume remains constant
until note is released
will decrease as you play lower on the keyboard.
• When Ramp "High" has a positive (+) value, the
volume will increase as you play higher on the
keyboard. With a negative (–) value, the volume
Time
will decrease as you play higher on the keyboard.
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