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Korg PS60 Parameter Manual: St.vtgwah (stereo Vintage/custom Wah)

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Frequency Bottom
Frequency Top
The sweep width and direction of the wah filter are 
determined by the "Frequency Top" and "Frequency 
Bottom" settings.
Frequency
Frequency
Top=75
Wah
Bottom=60
Woo
Bottom=25
D
Higher
Zero
Max
Frequency
Frequency
Wah
Bottom=75
Top=75
Woo
Woo
Bottom=25
Envelope
Time
Sweep Mode
This parameter changes the wah control mode. Setting 
"Sweep Mode" to Auto will select an auto‐wah that sweeps 
according to envelope changes in the input signal level. 
Auto‐wah is frequently used for funk guitar parts and clav 
sounds.
When "Sweep Mode" is set to D‐mod, you can control the 
filter directly via the modulation source in the same way as a 
wah pedal.
When "Sweep Mode" is set to LFO, the effect uses LFO to 
sweep in cycle.
Envelope Sens
This parameter sets the sensitivity of the auto‐wah. Increase 
the value if the input signal is too low to sweep. Reduce the 
value if the input signal is so high that the filter is stopped 
temporarily.
Envelope Shape
This parameter determines the sweep curve for the auto‐
wah.
Level
value = 0...+100
value = 0...-100
LFO Freq [Hz]
BPM/MIDI Sync
When "BPM/MIDI Sync"=Off, the LFO speed uses the "LFO 
Freq [Hz]" parameter setting. When "BPM/MIDI Sync"=On, 
the LFO speed follows the "BPM," "Base Note," and 
"Times" settings.
BPM
Base Note
Times
One cycle of LFO sweep is obtained by multiplying the 
length of a note ( ... ) (selected for "Base Note," in relation 
to the tempo specified in "BPM," or the MIDI Clock tempo if 
"BPM" is set to MIDI) by the number specified in the Times 
parameter.
IFX (Insert effects) List 012: St.VtgWah (Stereo Vintage/Custom Wah)
Sweep Mode=D-mod
Wah
Woo
Top=30
-mod
D
-mod
Higher
Zero
Max
Sweep Mode=Auto
Wah
Wah
Envelope
Top=25
Woo
Envelope
Time
Envelope Shape
Envelope
Time
LFO Type
within the effect itself. Since this lets you use the same LFO 
for multiple effects, it's useful when you want to apply 
various types of modulation in synchronization.
012: St.VtgWah (Stereo Vintage/
Custom Wah)
This effect simulates the tonal character of a vintage wah 
pedal. You can customize the tone and range settings.
Stereo In - Stereo Out
Left
Envelope Sens
Sweep Mode
+
Auto
Response
D-mod
D
-mod
LFO
LFO
Right
Full
Quick
Value
parameter
parameter
Preset,
Mode
Custom
Shape
–100...+100
Invert
Off, On
Frequency
CstmFrqBtm 0...100
Bottom
Frequency
CstmFrqTop
0...100
Top
Resonance
CstmResBtm 0...100
Bottom
Resonance
CstmResTop 0...100
Top
Auto,
Sweep Mode ←
D-mod,
LFO
Source
Src
Off...Tempo
Manual
0...100
Envelope
0...100
Sens
Response
0...100
LFO Freq
LFO [Hz]
0.02...20.00
[Hz]
Source
Off...Tempo
–20.00...
Amount
+20.00
BPM/MIDI
LFO MIDI
Off, On
Sync
Sync
MIDI,
BPM
40.00...
300.00
Base Note
...
Wet / Dry
Wah
Shape / Invert
Mode
Preset Setting
Custom Parameters
Wah
Wet / Dry
Explanation
Selects either preset
or custom settings
p.90
Sets the curve of the
sweep
p.90
Inverts the polarity of
the sweep
Sets the lower limit of
the wah center
frequency when
Mode = Custom p.90
Sets the upper limit of
the wah center
frequency when
Mode = Custom p.90
Sets the lower limit of
resonance amount
when Mode=Custom
p.90
Sets the upper limit of
resonance amount
when Mode=Custom
p.90
Selects the control
from auto-wah,
modulation source,
and LFO
p.89
Selects the
modulation source
for the wah when
Sweep Mode=D-mod
Sets the center
frequency when
Sweep Mode=D-mod
and Source=Off
Sets the auto-wah
sensitivity
Sets the speed of
response when
Sweep Mode=Auto or
D-mod
Sets the speed of the
LFO
p.89
Selects a modulation
source for LFO speed
Sets the modulation
amount of LFO speed
When this is on, the
LFO speed is set by
BPM, Base Note, and
Times, instead of
Frequency
p.89
MIDI syncs to the
system tempo; 40–
300 sets the tempo
manually for this
individual effect p.89
Selects the type of
notes that specify the
LFO speed
p.89
89

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