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M50 music workstation.
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LFO Frequency
Step Frequency
Step-Tri
d: BPM
e: Step Base Note
e: Times
The width of an LFO step, or a cycle of random LFO, is
obtained by multiplying the length of a note ( ... ) (selected
for Step 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.
i: Wet/Dry
The effect sound's phase will be reversed when you set this
parameter in the range of values from –Wet to –1:99.
013: Multi Mode Filter
(Stereo Multi Mode Filter)
This is a multi-mode filter with four types; low pass, high
pass, band pass, and band reject. You can use LFO or
dynamic modulation to vary the cutoff frequency or
resonance.
Stereo In - Stereo Out
Left
Multimode Filter
Trim
LPF
HPF
Filter Type
BPF
BRF
Multimode Filter
Trim
Right
LFO: Tri / Sine
LFO Shape
LPF, HPF, BPF,
Type
Selects the type of filter
BRF
a
Trim
0...100
Sets the input level
Sets the cutoff frequency
Cutoff
0...100
(center frequency)
Selects the modulation source
b
Src
Off...Tempo
of the cutoff
Sets the modulation amount of
Amt
–100...+100
the cutoff
Resonance
0...100
Sets the resonance amount
Selects the source that will
Src
Off...Tempo
modulate the amount of
c
resonance
Sets the amount by which the
Amt
–100...+100
resonance will be modulated
LFO
Triangle,
Selects the LFO Waveform
Waveform
Sine
Sets the LFO phase difference
Phase
–180...+180
between the left and right
d
[degree]
Sets the depth to which the
Depth
0...100
LFO will modulate the cutoff
frequency
LFO
Frequency
0.02...20.00
Sets the speed of the LFO p.298
[Hz]
e
Selects a modulation source for
Src
Off...Tempo
LFO speed
–20.00...
Sets the modulation amount of
Amt
+20.00
LFO speed
Random Filter LFO
Step Frequency
Random
Wet / Dry
Driver
Output
Driver
Output
Wet / Dry
LFO Phase
p.298
When this is on, the LFO speed
is set by BPM, Base Note, and
MIDI Sync
Off, On
Times, instead of Frequency
MIDI syncs to the system
MIDI,
tempo; 40–300 sets the tempo
BPM
40.00...
f
manually for this individual
300.00
effect
Selects the type of notes that
Base Note
...
specify the LFO speed
Sets the number of notes that
Times
x1...x32
specify the LFO speed
Individual,
Selects either (individual) LFO,
LFO Type
Common1,
Common FX LFO1, or Common
Common2
LFO2
g
Sets the phase offset when
CmnLFO
–180...+180
Type = Common 1 or Common
Offset [deg]
2
Switches distortion on/off
Drive SW
Off, On
within the filter
h
Output Level 0...100
Sets the output level
Drive Gain
0...100
Sets the distortion amount
i
Sets the amount of low-range
Low Boost
0...100
boost
Dry, 1 : 99...
Sets the balance between the
Wet/Dry
99 : 1, Wet
effect and the dry input
Selects a modulation source for
j
Src
Off...Tempo
Wet/Dry
Sets the modulation amount
Amt
–100...+100
for Wet/Dry
014: St. Sub Oscillator
(Stereo Sub Oscillator)
This effect adds very low frequencies to the input signal. It is
very useful when simulating a roaring drum sound or
emphasizing powerful low range. This effect is different
from the equalizer in that you can add very low range
harmonics. You can also adjust the oscillator frequency to
match a particular note number, for use as an octaver.
Stereo In - Stereo Out
Left
Envelope Shape
Envelope Sens
Pre LPF
Fixed
D
-mod
Fixed Frequency
Note Interval, Fine
Note No.
Note (Key Follow)
Envelope Sens Pre LPF
Envelope Shape
Right
Determines whether the oscil-
Note (Key
lator frequency follows the
a
OSC Mode
Follow),
note number or whether it is
Fixed
fixed
Sets the pitch difference from
Note Interval –48...0
the note number when OSC
Mode=Note (Key Follow) p.300
b
Fine adjustment of the oscil-
Note Fine
–100...+100
lator frequency
Fixed
Sets the oscillator frequency
Frequency
10.0...80.0
when OSC Mode=Fixed
[Hz]
Selects the modulation source
c
Src
Off...Tempo
for the oscillator frequency
when OSC Mode=Fixed
Sets the oscillator frequency
Amt
–80...+80
modulation amount when OSC
Mode=Fixed
Sets the upper limit of the
d Envelope Pre
frequency range for which very
1...100
LPF
low harmonics are added
Envelope
Sets the sensitivity with which
0...100
Sens
very low harmonics are added
e
Envelope
Sets the oscillator's volume
–100...+100
Shape
envelope curve
EQ and Filters (EQ/Filter)
p.297
p.297
p.297
p.297
p.297
p.297
Wet / Dry
Sine Oscillator
Pitch
OSC Mode
Wet / Dry
p.300
p.300
p.300
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