KORG M50-88 Parameter Manual: Stereo Auto Pan

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045: St. Env. Tremolo
(Stereo Envelope Tremolo)
This effect uses the input signal level to modulate a stereo
tremolo (LFO volume modulation). For instance, you can
create a tremolo effect that becomes deeper and faster as the
input gets more quiet.
Stereo In - Stereo Out
Left
Right
LFO: Tri/Sin/Vintage
+
Envelope Shape
Envelope
Envelope Sens
Envelope
Sets the envelope's sensitivity
0...100
Sens
to the input signal
a
Envelope
–100...+100
Sets the envelope's curvature
Shape
LFO
Triangle,
Selects the LFO Waveform
Waveform
Sine, Vintage
b
Changes the curvature of the
LFO Shape
–100...+100
LFO Waveform
Sets the LFO phase difference
LFO Phase
c
–180...+180
between the left and right
[degree]
LFO
Sets the speed of the LFO
Frequency
0.02...20.00
[Hz]
d
Sets the amount added to or
Envelope
–20.00...
subtracted from the Frequency
Amount [Hz]
+20.00
when the envelope is at
maximum
Sets the initial amount of
Depth
0...100
tremolo
Sets the amount added to or
e
Envelope
subtracted from the Depth
–100...+100
Amount
when the envelope is at
maximum
Dry, 1 : 99...
Sets the balance between the
Wet/Dry
99 : 1, Wet
effect and the dry input
Selects a modulation source for
f
Src
Off...Tempo
Wet/Dry
Sets the modulation amount
Amt
–100...+100
for Wet/Dry
d: LFO Frequency [Hz]
d: Envelope Amount [Hz]
e: Depth
e: Envelope Amount
The graphic below shows an example of tremolo
modulation with negative modulation of both Depth and
Frequency. At the start of the note, the input is at maximum
volume. This slows down the LFO Frequency to 1.0Hz, but
also modulates the Depth to 0–so the tremolo doesn't have
any effect.
As the input volume dies down, the Frequency speeds up;
the Depth also increases, making the tremolo effect
increasingly audible. When the input volume approaches
silence, the Depth is at its maximum (100) and Frequency is
at 8Hz.
Level
Dry Envelope
Wet / Dry
Tremolo
Tremolo
Wet / Dry
LFO Phase
LFO Shape
p.298
p.318
p.319
p.319
p.319
p.319
Shimmer
LFO Frequency[Hz]=8.0
Envelope Amount[Hz]= –7.0Hz
Depth=100
Envelope Amount= –100
Time
Modulation and Pitch Shift (Mod./P.Shift)

046: Stereo Auto Pan

This is a stereo-in, stereo-out auto-panner. The Phase and
Shape parameters lets you create various panning effects,
such as making the left and right inputs seem to chase each
other around the stereo field.
Stereo In - Stereo Out
Left
Right
LFO: Tri / Sin
LFO Shape
LFO
Triangle,
Selects the LFO Waveform
Waveform
Sine
a
Changes the curvature of the
LFO Shape
–100...+100
LFO Waveform
Sets the LFO phase difference
LFO Phase
b
–180...+180
between the left and right
[degree]
LFO
Frequency
0.02...20.00
Sets the speed of the LFO p.298
[Hz]
c
Selects a modulation source for
Src
Off...Tempo
LFO speed
–20.00...
Sets the modulation amount of
Amt
+20.00
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...
d
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
e
Sets the phase offset when
CmnLFO
–180...+180
Type = Common 1 or Common
Offset [deg]
2
Sets the depth of LFO
Depth
0...100
modulation
Selects the modulation source
f
Src
Off...Tempo
of the depth of modulation
Sets the modulation amount of
Amt
–100...+100
the depth of modulation
Dry, 1 : 99...
Sets the balance between the
Wet/Dry
99 : 1, Wet
effect and the dry input
Selects a modulation source for
g
Src
Off...Tempo
Wet/Dry
Sets the modulation amount
Amt
–100...+100
for Wet/Dry
a: LFO Shape
You can change the panning curve by modifying the LFO's
Shape.
b: LFO Phase [degree]
This determines the phase difference between the left and
right LFOs. When you gradually change the value away
from 0, the sounds from the left and right channels will seem
to chase each other around. If you set the parameter to +180
or –180, the sounds from each channel will cross over each
other.
You'll only hear the effect of this parameter if the input is
true stereo, with different signals in the left and right
channels.
Wet / Dry
Pan
Depth
Pan
Wet / Dry
LFO Phase
p.319
p.319
p.297
p.297
p.297
p.297
p.297
p.297
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