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KORG M50-88 Parameter Manual: Talking Modulator

M50 music workstation.
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Effect Guide
Dry, 1 : 99...
Wet/Dry
99 : 1, Wet
f
Src
Off...Tempo
Amt
–100...+100
a: OSC Mode
b: Note Interval
b: Note Fine
The OSC Mode parameter selects the oscillator operation
mode. When Note (Key Follow) is selected, the oscillator's
frequency is determined based on the note number,
allowing you to use it as an octaver. The Note Interval
parameter sets the pitch offset from the original note
number by semitone steps. The Note Fine parameter allows
you to fine-tune in steps of cents.
d: Envelope Pre LPF
This parameter sets the upper limit of the frequency range to
which very low harmonics are added. Adjust this parameter
if you do not want to add lower harmonics to the higher
range.

015: Talking Modulator

This effect adds an unusual character, like a human voice, to
the input signal. Modulating the tone via dynamic
modulation, you can create an interesting effect that sounds
as if the guitar or synthesizer is talking.
Wet: Mono In - Mono Out / Dry: Stereo In - Stereo Out
Left
+
Right
Voice Top: A
Sweep Mode
D
-mod
Voice Center: I
D-mod
Voice Bottom: U
LFO
LFO
a
Sweep Mode D-mod, LFO
Manual
Bottom,
Voice
1...49, Center,
Control
51...99, Top
b
Src
Off...Tempo
c
Voice Top
A, I, U, E, O
d Voice Center A, I, U, E, O
e Voice
A, I, U, E, O
Bottom
Formant
–100...+100
Shift
f
Resonance
0...100
LFO
Frequency
0.02...20.00
[Hz]
g
Src
Off...Tempo
–20.00...
Amt
+20.00
300
Sets the balance between the
effect and the dry input
Selects a modulation source for
Wet/Dry
Sets the modulation amount
for Wet/Dry
Wet / Dry
Talking Modulator
A - I - U - E - O
Wet / Dry
Switches between modulation
source control and LFO control
Voice pattern control
Selects the modulation source
that controls the voice pattern
Selects a vowel sound at the
top end of control
p.300
Selects a vowel sound in the
center of control
p.300
Selects a vowel sound at the
bottom end of control
p.300
Sets the frequency to which the
effect is applied
p.300
Sets the Level of resonance of
the voice pattern
p.300
Sets the speed of the LFO p.297
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
MIDI Sync
Off, On
Times, instead of Frequency
MIDI syncs to the system
MIDI,
tempo; 40–300 sets the tempo
BPM
40.00...
h
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
i
Sets the phase offset when
CmnLFO
–180...+180
Type = Common 1 or Common
Offset [deg]
2
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
c: Voice Top
d: Voice Center
e: Voice Bottom
These parameters assign vowels to the top, center, and
bottom position of the controller.
E.g.: When "Voice Top"=A, "Voice Center"=I, and "Voice
Bottom"=U:
If Sweep Mode is set to D-mod is selected as the modulation
source, moving your finger from the right to left of will
change the sound from "a" to "i," then "u."
If Sweep Mode is set to LFO, the sound will change
cyclically from "a" to "i," "u," "i," then "a."
Voice Bottom
A
U
JS X
D
-mod
JS +Y
– Max
JS –Y
etc...
Zero
f: Formant Shift
This parameter adjusts the frequency level to which the
effect is applied. If you wish to apply the effect to a higher-
range sound, set this parameter to a higher value; to apply
the effect to a lower-range sound, set this to a lower value.
f: Resonance
This parameter sets the intensity of resonance for the voice
pattern. A larger value will add more character to the sound.
p.297
p.297
p.297
p.297
p.297
p.297
Talking Modulator Control
Voice Center
Voice Top
A
I
E
O
+ Max
Zero
+ Max

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