KORG TR Parameter Manual: Osc2; V.zone (velocity Zone)

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■ 2.1–2e. UTILITY
☞"Write Program" (1.1–1c), "Copy Oscillator," "Swap
Oscillator" (2.1–1d)
For details on how to select the desired utility function, refer
to "PROG 1.1–1c: UTILITY."
Select by Category
Selects multisamples by category.
For the procedure, refer to "Select by Category" (☞p.2).
This command is valid when the 2.1–2b: High, Low
parameters are selected under the following conditions.
• "Mode (Oscillator Mode)" (2.1–1a) is set to either
Single or Double
• "High MS Bank" and "Low MS Bank" (2.1–2b) are
set to ROM or EX
Sample Parameters
This is displayed and can be edited if the EXB-SMPL option
is installed.
This command lets you adjust the sample playback level,
cutoff, resonance, pitch, attack, and decay for each index of a
RAM multisample.
This command is valid if "Mode (Oscillator Mode)"
(2.1–1a) is set to Single or Double, and you have
selected the 2.1–2b: High or Low parameters of OSC1 or
OSC2 for which RAM has been specified as the "High
MS Bank" or "Low MS Bank."
The setting will apply to the selected multisample. The
setting will also be used when that multisample is
selected by another oscillator or program.
1 Select "Sample Parameters" to access the dialog box.
2 Index: Specifies the index for which you wish to make
settings. The number following "/" is the total number of
indexes in the selected multisample.
SMPL: Indicates the sample number and name for the
index.
3 For each index, you can make the following settings.
Level: Adjusts the volume. Relative to the settings of
"Level (High, Low Level)" (2.1–2b) and "Level (Amp1, 2
Level)" (5.1–1a, 5.2–1), negative (–) values will decrease
the levels, and positive (+) values will increase the levels.
A setting of +99 will double the volume, and at a setting
of –99 there will be no sound. This parameter is linked to
the "Level" (SMPL 4.1–2a). The value that was specified
in Sampling mode will be displayed here.
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Cutoff: Adjusts the filter cutoff. This adjustment will be
added to the value specified for "Frequency" (4.1–1b/1c,
4.2–1) of Filter 1 and 2.
Resonance: Adjusts the resonance level of the filter. This
adjustment will be added to the value specified for "Res-
onance" (4.1–1b, 4.2–1) of Filter 1 and 2.
Pitch: Adjusts the playback pitch in one-cent steps. A set-
ting of +12.00 raises the pitch one octave, and a setting of
–12.00 will lower the pitch one octave. This parameter is
linked with the parameter "Pitch" (SMPL 4.1–2a). The
value that was specified in Sampling mode will be dis-
played here.
Attack: Adjust sthe attack times of the filter EG and amp
EG. This adjustment will be added to the "A (Attack
Time)" of "Filter 1 EG," "Filter 2 EG," "Amp 1 EG," and
"Amp 2 EG" (4.1–5a, 4.2–5, 5.1–3a, 5.2–3).
Decay: Adjusts the decay times of the filter EG and amp
EG. This adjustment will be added to the "D (Decay
Time)" of "Filter 1 EG," "Filter 2 EG," "Amp 1 EG," and
"Amp 2 EG."
4 Press the [F8] ("Done") key to execute, and close the dia-
log box.
Please be aware that the Compare function is not avail-
able for this command.
2.1–3: OSC2
This will appear when "Mode (Oscillator Mode)" (2.1–1a) is
set to Double.
For details on the settings and function of the parameter,
refer to "2.1–2: OSC1."
2.1–4: V.Zone
(Velocity Zone)
Specifies the range of velocities that will sound oscillator 1
and 2. By using these settings in conjunction with the
"Velocity SW L→H" (2.1–2a) setting of each oscillator, you
can specify the velocity ranges for the High and Low multi-
samples or drum kits.
2.1–4a
2.1–4a: OSC 1/2 Velocity Zone
OSC1 Bottom
Sets the minimum velocity value that will sound oscillator 1.
OSC1 Top
Sets the maximum velocity value that will sound oscillator
1.
OSC2 Bottom
Sets the minimum velocity value that will sound oscillator 2.
OSC2 Top
Sets the maximum velocity value that will sound oscillator
2.
It is not possible to set the Bottom Velocity greater than
the Top Velocity, nor the Top Velocity less than the Bot-
tom Velocity.
2.1–4b
[001...127]
[001...127]
[001...127]
[001...127]

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