Korg PS60 Easy Start Manual: Master Effect And Equalizer (eq)

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Master effect and equalizer (EQ)

By applying effects to the sound you can add depth, movement, or reverberation. The equalizer applies an
overall adjustment to the final sound by adjusting the tonal character of the low, mid and high frequency
ranges.
To apply a master effect, adjust each timbre's MOD SEND and REV/DLY SEND in the EASY SETUP section,
to set the amount of sound that will be sent to the corresponding effect ( "Easy setup," p. 14).
Modulation effect (MODULATION)
This effect adds depth, warmth and motion to the sound.
Reverb/delay effect (REVERB/DELAY)
This effect adds reverberation to the sound, or delays the sound to create an echo.
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Press the MODULATION button to select the desired effect type. Each
time you press the button, you'll cycle through the different types. (The
indicator will light to show the selected effect type.)
CHORUS: This effect adds depth and warmth to the sound by modulating
the delay time of the input signal.
FLANGER: This effect gives an intense sense of modulation and pitch
movement to the sound. It is effective when applied to sounds that con-
tain a large number of overtones.
VINTAGE CHO/FLG: This effect models the sound of a vintage analog cho-
rus or analog flanger. It produces the distinctively warm and rich sound of
an analog effect.
PHASER: This effect produces modulation by shifting the phase of the
sound. It is effective when applied to sounds such as electric piano.
EFFECT OFF (indicator unlit)
Note: When you switch effects, the default settings of each effect will be
used.
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Use the RATE, LEVEL, and FEEDBACK knobs to adjust the sound.
RATE: Adjusts the speed of LFO modulation.
DEPTH: Adjusts the depth of LFO modulation.
FEEDBACK: Adjusts the amount of feedback.
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Press the REVERB/DELAY button to select the desired effect type. Each
time you press the button, you'll cycle through the different types. (The
indicator will light to show the selected effect type.)
HALL: This is a hall-type reverb that produces the reverberation typical of
a mid- to large-sized concert hall or ensemble hall.
PLATE: This is a plate reverb that produces a warm-sounding (dense)
reverberation.
ROOM: This is a room-type reverb that emphasizes tight-feeling early
reflections.
DELAY: This is a simple and easy-to-use monaural delay with a maximum
delay time of 549 ms.
EFFECT OFF (indicator unlit)
Note: When you switch effects, the default settings of each effect will be
used.
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Use the TIME, LEVEL and FEEDBACK knobs to adjust the sound.
TIME: Adjusts the reverberation time. / Adjusts the delay time.
LEVEL: Adjusts the output level of the reverb. / Adjusts the output level of
the delay sound.
FEEDBACK: Adjusts the decay of the high-frequency range. / Adjusts the
amount of feedback for the delay sound.
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