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AMS operations and their result
AMS source
& value range
Amp EG
0...+99
AMS
Parameter
Intensity
Pitch
(+12.00)
0...+1
Octave
Pitch EG Int.
(+12.00)
Pitch LFO1/
(+12.00)
0...+1
2 Int.
Octave
Filter
(+99)
0...+10
Frequency
Octaves
Filter
(+99)
0...+99
Resonance
Filter EG Int.
(+99)
Filter LFO1/2
(+99)
0...+99
Int.
Filter Output
(+99)
0...+99
Level A/B
Amp
(+99)
Dedicated
parameter
Amp LFO1/2
(+99)
0...+99
Int.
Pan
(+50)
0...+63
EG Level
(+66)
EG Time
(+49)
LFO 1
(+99)
Frequency *4
LFO 2
(+99)
Frequency *4
Common LFO
(+99)
Frequency *4
LFO 1 Shape (+99)
LFO 2 Shape (+99)
Common LFO
(+99)
Shape
Notes for the table
*1 EXT(+–): JS X, Ribbon:CC#16, Knob Mod1 (CC#17), Knob 
Mod2 (CC#19), Knob Mod3 (CC#20), Knob Mod4 
(CC#21)
*2 When Tempo is selected as an AMS source, the base 
value is   =120.00.
For example if the Pitch AMS is set to Tempo, and Inten‐
sity is set to 12.00, doubling the tempo value (  =120.00 → 
240.00) will raise the pitch one octave, and halving the 
tempo (  =120.00 → 60.00) will lower the pitch one octave. 
The stated modulation results are for tempo values 
between 60bpm and 240bpm. As the tempo decreases 
from 60 to 0bpm, AMS modulation will have increas‐
ingly negative effects; as it increases from 240 to 250bpm, 
modulation will have increasingly positive effects.
*3 EXT(+): Velocity, Exp. Velocity, Poly After, After Touch, 
JS+Y:CC#01, JS–Y:CC#02, JS+Y & AT/2, JS–Y & AT/2, 
Pedal:CC#04, ValueSlider:#18, Knob Mod1[+], Knob 
Mod2 [+], Knob Mod3[+], Knob Mod4[+], 
Damper:CC#64, PortamentoSW:CC#65, Soste‐
nuto:CC#66, Soft:CC#67, SW1:CC#80, SW2:CC#81, 
Alternate Modulation Source (AMS) Alternate Modulation settings
Pitch & Filter
Common
LFO1 & 2
EGs
LFO
–99...0...+99
–99...0...+99
–99...0...+99
–1...0...+1
Dedicated
–1...0...+1
Octaves
parameter
Octaves
(Filter EG as
AMS;
dedicated
parameter
for Pitch EG)
Dedicated
parameter
for Pitch EG
–1...0...+1
Octaves
–10...0...+10
Dedicated parameter
Octaves
(Pitch EG as
AMS;
dedicated
parameter
for Filter EG)
Dedicated
–99...0...+99
parameter
for Filter EG
–99...0...+99
0...1x...8x
Dedicated
0...1x...8x
parameter
–99...0...+99
1x...64x
1/64x...
1x...64x
(LFO2 only)
1x...64x
0...+99
–99...0...+99
(LFO2 only)
0...+99
Common
Filter & Amp
Note
Key Track
Key Track
Number
1 & 2
–99...0...+99
C–1...C4...C9
–99...0...+99
Dedicated
parameter
–1...0...+1
Octaves
–1...0...+1
Octaves
Dedicated
–10...0...+10
parameter
Octaves
for Filter
KTrk
–99...0...+99
–99...0...+99
–99...0...+99
–99...0...+99
Dedicated
parameter
for Amp
KTrk
–99...0...+99
–63...0...+63
–99...0...+99
1/64x...1x...64x
1/64x...1x...64x
1/64x...1x...64x
1/64x...1x...64x
–99...0...+99
–99...0...+99
–99...0...+99
MIDI:CC#83, MIDI:CC#85, MIDI:CC#86, MIDI:CC#87, 
MIDI:CC#88.
*4 It is possible to control LFO Frequency by using Tempo 
AMS and Intensity. However if you use the Frequency 
MIDI/Tempo Sync function (page 53), the LFO frequency 
can be synchronized to the tempo and note value.
EXT(+/–) *1
–Max...0...+Max
EXT(+) *3
0...127
EXT (Tempo) *2
=...60.00...120.00...240.
00...
–1...0...+1
0...+1
Octaves
Octave
–1...0...+1
0...+1
Octaves
Octave
0...+1
Octave
–10...0...+10
0...+10
Octaves
Octaves
0...+99
–99...0...+99
0...+99
0...+99
0...+99
0...1x...8x
1x...8x
0...+99
0...+63
0...+99
1x...64x
1x...64x
1x...64x
1x...64x
0...+99
0...+99
0...+99
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