You can also use "Effect SW" to turn IFX on and off.
This MIDI control is performed on the global MIDI
channel (page 72). (See "Effect SW" on page 49 of the
For a performance or program, the mixer lets you edit the
ʺPan (Post)ʺ setting which follows the insert effect (not
found on the Strings timbre, which has no IFX), ʺSend 1,ʺ
and ʺSend 2.ʺ
This parameter enables you to set the pan of the post‐IFX
If you are using the stereo‐in/stereo‐out Insert Effects, set
this parameter to "C064" to enable the Pan settings for the
If you are using mono‐in/stereo–out or mono‐in/mono–out
Insert Effects, the Pan settings for the oscillators, timbres,
and tracks are ignored, and they are set to Center. Use the
Pan (Post) parameter to set the pan. "L000" is hard left, and
"R127" is hard right.
For more about effect types such as stereo‐in/stereo‐out, See
"In/Out" on page 81.
You can control these parameters via CC#8.
These parameters enable you to set the send level of the sig‐
nals routed to Master Effects MFX1 and MFX2. The signal is
sent in stereo to master effects MFX1 and MFX2. You can
also use the EASY SETUP knobs to adjust each send
Send1 responds to CC#93 and Send2 responds to
Controlling the Insert Effects via
For an insert effect, you can use the Dynamic Modulation
(Dmod) function to control effect parameters in realtime
using the PS60ʹs controllers or an external MIDI device. In
the same way, you can also control the ʺPan (Post)ʺ setting
that follows the insert effect, as well as the ʺSend 1ʺ and
ʺSend 2ʺ settings.
You can control the parameters on the global MIDI channel
Master Effects (MFX1, 2)
The I/Os of Master Effects MFX1 and MFX2 are stereo‐in/
stereo‐out. "Send1" and "Send2" determine the send level
to the Master Effects. (For more about Send 1 and Send 2,
refer to ʺMixerʺ in the explanation of insert effects.)
Master effects will not output the Dry (unprocessed) signal
specified in Wet/Dry. Only the Wet (processed) signal will
be output. The output signals from the Master Effects are
routed to the L/R bus with the output level specified by
Return1 and Return2.
"Send1" responds to CC#93, and "Send2" responds to
CC#91. If "Send1" and "Send2" for each timbre are
effective, the parameter will be controlled on the MIDI
channels set for the corresponding timbres.
The input levels to the master effects are determined by the
send levels. In the MFX1 and MFX2 pages of each mode,
you can specify the effect parameters, output level, and
chaining (series connection) between the two master effects.
For MFX1, this setting will be the level. For MFX2, the
ʺLevelʺ specified by the effect is multiplied by the ʺReturn 1ʺ
or ʺReturn 2ʺ value to determine the level at which the sig‐
nal is sent to the L/R bus. This signal is then mixed with the
For example if the MFX2 ʺLevelʺ is 64 (50%) and ʺReturn 1ʺ
is 64 (50%), the effect level will be 25%. If ʺLevelʺ is 127 and
ʺReturn 1ʺ is 127, the effect level will be 100% (the maxi‐
The output of MFX1 is sent to the input of MFX2. Even if
this is On, the output from MFX1 to the L/R bus is not dis‐
3. Chain Level
This sets the signal level from MFX1 to MFX2 when ʺChainʺ
Here you can apply overall equalizing (tonal adjustment) to
the signal of the L/R bus before it is sent to AUDIO OUT‐
PUT L and R.
In addition to the standard peaking type, the Bass and Tre‐
ble bands provide the option of switching to a shelving
The gain of each band can be controlled using dynamic