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KORG M50-88 Parameter Manual: Dynamic Modulation Sources (dmod); Dynamic Modulation Source List

M50 music workstation.
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Appendices

Dynamic Modulation Sources (Dmod)

You can control certain effect parameters using the joystick,
realtime control knobs, SW1/SW2, etc. "on the fly."
These parameters can also be controlled by the sequencer.
Controlling effects in this way is referred to as Dynamic
Modulation. For example, you can use After Touch to speed
up the LFO of the chorus and flanger, or you can use the
joystick to sweep a wah effect. This lets you take full
advantage of the effects as part of the expressive potential of
your instrument.
Most of the parameters for dynamic modulation consist of
parameter values for Source and Amount. The Source field
selects the modulation source, and Amount sets the
modulation intensity. When the Source is at its maximum
value (for instance, when JS+Y is moved all the way up), the
actual degree of the effect will be the parameter value plus
the Amount.
Example: "Wet/Dry" 10:90, "Source" JS+Y:#01, "Amount"
+50
In this case, the effect balance will normally be 10:90, and
moving the joystick in the +Y direction will gradually
increase the proportion of the effect sound. When the
joystick is moved all the way in the +Y direction, the effect
balance will be 60:40.
Wet / Dry
Wet
60:40
10:90
Dry
Zero
Higher
See the individual effects descriptions for explanations of
other dynamic modulation parameters. Parameters which
can be controlled through dynamic modulation are marked
by the
symbol.
Dmod and MIDI
In Program mode, dynamic modulation is always
controlled via the global MIDI Channel.
In Combination and Sequencer modes, dynamic
modulation is controlled via the MIDI channel
independently specified by the Ch for IFX1–5, MFX1, 2,
and TFX.
380
Dynamic Modulation (Example)
Wet / Dry=10:90
Amt= +50
Wet / Dry=60:40
Amt= –50
D
-mod
Max
Dynamic Modulation Source
List
Off
dynamic modulation is not used
note on/off ☞p.381
Gate1
note on + damper on/off ☞p.381
Gate1+Dmpr
note on/off (retrigger) ☞p.381
Gate2
note on + damper on/off (retrigger) ☞p.381
Gate2+Dmpr
Note Numbr
note number
Velocity
velocity
exponential velocity ☞p.381
Exp Velocity
After Touch
aftertouch (Channel After Touch) reception
JS X
joystick X (horizontal) direction
JS+Y: #01
joystick +Y (Vertical upward) direction (CC#01)
JS–Y: #02
joystick –Y (Vertical downward) direction (CC#02)
assignable foot pedal (CC#04) ☞p.381
Pedal: #04
FXCtrl1: #12
MIDI effect control 1 (CC#12)
FXCtrl2: #13
MIDI effect control 2 (CC#13)
Ribbon: #16
MIDI Control Change (MIDI Control Change CC#16)
value slider (CC#18) ☞p.381
ValSldr: #18
realtime control B knob (knob modulation 1 CC#17)
KnobM1: #17
☞p.381
realtime control B knob (knob modulation 2 CC#19)
KnobM2: #19
☞p.381
realtime control B knob (knob modulation 3 CC#20)
KnobM3: #20
☞p.381
realtime control B knob (knob modulation 4 CC#21)
KnobM4: #21
☞p.381
realtime control B knob 1 [+] ☞p.381
KnobM1 [+]
realtime control B knob 2 [+] ☞p.381
KnobM2 [+]
realtime control B knob 3 [+] ☞p.381
KnobM3 [+]
realtime control B knob 4 [+] ☞p.381
KnobM4 [+]
Damper: #64
damper pedal (CC#64)
PrtaSW: #65
portamento switch (CC#65)
Sostenu: #66
sostenuto pedal (CC#66)
Soft: #67
soft pedal (CC#67)
assignable panel switch 1 (SW1 modulation CC#80)
SW 1: #80
☞p.382
assignable panel switch 2 (SW2 modulation CC#81)
SW 2: #81
☞p.382
assignable foot switch (CC#82) ☞p.383
FootSW: #82
MIDI: CC#83
MIDI Control Change (CC#83)
MIDI: CC#85
MIDI Control Change (CC#85)
MIDI: CC#86
MIDI Control Change (CC#86)
MIDI: CC#87
MIDI Control Change (CC#87)
MIDI: CC#88
MIDI Control Change (CC#88)
tempo (internal clock or external MIDI clock tempo
Tempo
data) ☞p.381

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