SEQ P8–2: IFX Route 2
8–2–1: Routing2 T01–08,
8–2–2: Routing2 T09–16
Here, you can specify the buses, and effect control bus, for
the outputs of tracks 1–8 and 9–16.
8–2–1(2)a: Routing Map
8–2–1(2)b: Track Select, Tempo, RPPR
8–2–1(2)c: Track Info
For more information, please see "8–1–1(2)a: Routing Map"
on page 175 and "2–1: Trim T01–08, 2–2: Trim T09–16" on
Bus (IFX/Output) Select
This speciﬁes the output bus for the
oscillator(s). This is the same parameter as in the 8–1: IFX–
Routing 1 T01–08 and T09–16 pages.
For more information, please see "Bus (IFX/Output) Select"
on page 113.
FX Control Bus
Sends the output of the track to an FX Control bus (two-
channel mono FX Ctrl 1 or 2).
Use the FX Control buses when you want a separate sound
to control the audio input of an effect. You can use two FX
Control buses (each is a two-channel mono bus) to control
effects in various ways.
For more information, please see "FX Control Buses" on
▼8–2–1(2): Menu Command
• 0: Memory Status ☞p.191
• 1: Exclusive Solo ☞p.73
• 2: Copy Insert Effect ☞p.76
• 3: Swap Insert Effect ☞p.76
• 4: DrumKit IFX Patch ☞p.123
• 5: FF/REW Speed ☞p.192
• 6: Set Location (Set Location for Locate Key) ☞p.192
• 7: Put Effect Setting to Track ☞p.204
For more information, please see "Sequencer: Menu
Command" on page 191.
[L/R, IFX1...5, Off]
[Off, 1, 2]
8–2–8: Common FX LFO
The two Common FX LFO 1, 2 allow you to synchronize
LFO-based modulation for multiple effects, such as phasers,
ﬂangers, ﬁlters, and so on.
The Common LFOs control only the frequency, MIDI
synchronization, and reset options; each individual effect
still has its own settings for the LFO waveform and phase.
Within the individual effects, you can choose whether to use
one of the Common LFOs, or to use the individual effect's
frequency, sync, and/or reset settings instead. This is done
via the effect's LFO Type parameter; select Individual to use
the effect's settings, or Common 1 or 2 to use the Common
8–2–8a: Common FX LFO1
Ctrl Ch (Control Channel)
Speciﬁes the MIDI channel that will control dynamic
modulation (Dmod) for Common LFO 1 and 2.
Gch: The global MIDI channel (Global 1–1a) will be used
for control. This is the default setting.
Source (Dmod Source)
These parameters are the same as in Program mode. For
more information, please see "8–8a: Common FX LFO1" on
8–2–8b: Common FX LFO2
These parameters are the same as for Common FX LFO1. For
more information, please see "8–2–8a: Common FX LFO1,"
[List of Dmod Sources]
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