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M50 series music workstation.
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Program mode
0–7c: Tone Adjust
Here, you can assign Tone Adjust parameters to switches
and sliders in the display.
Switches 1...8
Tone Adjust switches in the display act a little differently
than sliders.
When a switch is assigned to a Relative parameter, or an
Absolute parameter with more than two states:
Switch On = On Value (see below)
Switch Off = the Program's stored value
When a switch is assigned to a two-state Absolute
parameter, such as Hold, the switch status directly reflects
the parameter value:
Switch On = On
Switch Off = Off
Assign
On/Off
Value
Assign
This lets you assign a Tone Adjust parameter to the
displayed switch. For a full list of the available choices,
please see "Common Tone Adjust Parameters" and "Tone
Adjust Parameters," below.
On Value
The parameter is set to this value when the switch is On.
When the switch is assigned to a two-state Absolute
parameter, such as Hold, this will always be the same as the
Switch Status (see below).
Switch Status
This simply shows whether the switch is On or Off.
Sliders 1...8
Assign
This lets you assign a Tone Adjust parameter to the
displayed slider. For a full list of the available choices, please
see "Common Tone Adjust Parameters" and "Tone Adjust
Parameters," below.
Assign
Value
Per-Oscillator parameters apply to OSC1 and 2 individually,
and are marked as such: OSC1 and OSC2.
Each slider can be assigned to only one parameter, and each
parameter can be assigned to only one slider.
To swap a parameter from one slider to another, you'll need
to first un-assign it from the old slider, and then assign it to
the new slider.
Value
This shows the current value of the parameter. The range of
values will depend on the parameter assigned to the slider.
8
[Depends on parameter]
[Off, On]
Common Tone Adjust Parameters
These parameters affect both Oscillators 1 and 2.
Unless otherwise noted, all of the Common Tone Adjust
parameters are Relative.
Note: At the right of each parameter, the (value range and
CC#) are shown in parentheses.
Off. This means that the Tone Adjust control has no effect.
Filter Cutoff. (–99...+99, CC#74)
This scales the cutoff frequency of all of the filters at once. It
affects both Filters A and B.
Filter Resonance. (–99...+99, CC#71)
This scales the resonance of all of the filters at once. It affects
both Filters A and B.
Filter EG Intensity. (–99...+99, CC#79)
This scales the effect of the Filter EG on the cutoff frequency.
It affectsFilters A and B simultaneously.
–99 means no modulation. +99 means maximum.
Modulation is in the same direction, positive or negative, as
the original Program. For instance, if the original Program's
EG Intensity was set to –25, then setting the Tone Adjust to
+99 moves the EG Intensity to –99.
Amp Velocity Intensity. (–99...+99)
This scales the effect of velocity on the Amp level.
–99 removes the velocity modulation entirely. +99 means
maximum modulation in the same direction, positive or
negative, as the original Program.
F/A EG Attack Time. (–99...+99, CC#73)
This scales the attack times of the Filter and Amp EGs, along
with other related parameters.
When the value is +1 or more, this also affects the Amp EG's
Start and Attack Levels, Start Level AMS, and Attack Time
AMS, as described below:
Between values of +1 and +25, the Start Level, Start Level
AMS, and Attack Time AMS will change from their
programmed values to 0. Over the same range, the Attack
Level will change from its programmed value to 99.
F/A EG Decay Time. (–99...+99, CC#75)
This scales the decay and slope times of the Filter and Amp
EGs. It interacts with CC# 75.
F/A EG Sustain Level. (–99...+99, CC#70)
This scales the sustain levels of the Filter and Amp EGs.
F/A EG Release Time. (–99...+99, CC#72)
This scales the release times of the Filter and Amp EGs.
Filter EG Attack Time. (–99...+99)
This scales the attack times of the Filter EGs.
Filter EG Decay Time. (–99...+99)
This scales the decay and slope times of the Filter EGs.
Filter EG Sustain Level. (–99...+99)
This scales the sustain levels of the Filter EGs.
Filter EG Release Time. (–99...+99)
This scales the release times of the Filter EGs.
Amp EG Attack Time. (–99...+99)
This scales the attack times of the Amp EGs.
Amp EG Decay Time. (–99...+99)
This scales the decay and slope times of the Amp EGs.
Amp EG Sustain Level. (–99...+99)
This scales the sustain levels of the Amp EGs.
Amp EG Release Time. (–99...+99)
This scales the release times of the Amp EGs.
Pitch EG Attack Time. (–99...+99)
This scales the attack times of the Pitch EG.
Pitch EG Decay Time. (–99...+99)
This scales the decay and slope times of the Pitch EG.

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