When you select Key + Damper, notes will only sound if the
damper pedal is being held down. When the damper pedal
is released, all notes will be stopped–even if they are still
being held down.
This specifies the time from when you press a key until
oscillator 2 actually begins to sound.
See "OSC1 Delay" and "Mode," above.
You can specify the velocity zone for each of the four multi‐
samples of the oscillator. Here you will specify the velocity
zone for each oscillator.
These velocity zones take precedence over the velocity set‐
tings for the individual High–Low.
This sets the highest velocity where the Oscillator 1 will
Note: The "OSC1 Top" velocity must be greater than the
"OSC1 Bottom" velocity.
This sets the lowest velocity at which the Oscillator 1 will
This specifies the maximum and minimum velocity values
where oscillator 2 will sound.
See "OSC1 Top" and "OSC1 Bottom," above.
OSC 1/2 Velocity Zone Window:
This shows the velocity zone.
This graphic reflects the OSC1 multisample and OSC2 mul‐
tisample "Bottom Vel.," "Range," and "Curve," and the
Velocity Zone "OSC1 Top," "OSC1 Bottom," "OSC2 Top,"
and "OSC2 Bottom settings."
Xfade Range = 20
Curve = Linear
Bottom Velocity = 64
[Key, Key + Damper]
The Pitch EG, or Envelope Generator, lets you create com‐
plex, time‐varying changes to the pitch of Oscillators 1 and
2. The parameters on this page control the shape of the EG.
For instance, you can:
• Create the basic EG shape by setting the levels and times
of each segment.
• Control the curvature of each EG segment, for subtle
control over the modulation time of the EG.
• Set up complex modulation of EG levels and times.
• Set up an AMS source, such as an LFO, to restart the EG.
To control how much effect the EG has on the pitch, use the
Pitch EG parameters on the OSC/Pitch– OSC1 Pitch page
and OSC2 Pitch page, as described under "Pitch EG" on
Differences from the other EGs
The Pitch EG is different from the Filter and Amp EGs in
• The single Pitch EG is shared by both Oscillator 1 and
• The Sustain level is always 0.
• The Level modulation has two AMS sources instead of
one, and the Time modulation has one AMS source
instead of three.
Pitch EG is also an AMS source
You can use the Pitch EG as an AMS source to modulate
other parameters, just like the keyboard tracking and LFOs.
Simply select the Pitch EG in the AMS list for the desired
Note-on or reset
The envelope moves to a specified level over the specified
time, and then moves to the next specified level over the
specified time. It produces a modulation signal correspond‐
ing to this movement.
The parameters below let you set four levels, the amount of
time it takes to go from each of the levels to the next, and the
shape (from linear to curved) of each transition.
OSC/Pitch Pitch EG