1. Go to the Controllers Setup page.
2. Under Panel Switch Assign, assign SW1 to SW1 Mod.
(CC#80) and SW2 to SW2 Mod. (CC#81).
These assignments are stored separately for each Program,
Combination, and Song.
For more information, please see "SW1/2 Assignments" on
SW 2: CC#81 (SW 2 Modulation: CC#81)
This is CC#81, which is the default for assignable front-
panel switch 2 (SW2). For more information, please see "SW
1: CC#80 (SW 1 Modulation: CC#80)," above.
Foot SW: #82 (Foot SW: CC#82)
This AMS source receives MIDI CC#82. It can also be
generated by a foot switch connected to the rear-panel
ASSIGNABLE SWITCH input, if the Global Foot Pedal
Assign parameter is set to Foot SW (CC#82). For more
information, please see "Foot Switch Assignments" on
MIDI control change (CC#83)
This lets you use the system tempo as a modulation source.
120 is the center, for a value of 0; 60BPM is –99, and 240BPM
Note that this is different from actually syncing to tempo; for
that purpose, use the dedicated synchronization functions
for the LFOs, effects, etc.
Gate 1 is triggered by a new note after all notes have been
released, such as at the beginning of a phrase. Gate
1+Damper is similar, except that it is triggered by a new
note-on after all notes and the damper are released.
You can use this to reset the Common LFO. For instance, to
create an effect similar to the per-voice LFO and Step
Sequencer's Key Sync Off setting, use Gate 1 + Damper as
the reset source.
Gate 2 is similar to Gate 1, but it triggers with every new
note-on, even in the middle of a legato phrase.
Gate2+Damper includes the damper pedal in the equation,
as shown in the diagram below.
Note: When used as a reset controller for Common LFO,
Gate2 and Gate2+Damper will have the same effect.
Alternate Modulation Sources (AMS) AMS (Alternate Modulation Source) List