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Sound Edit
Basic: OSC Basic
Mode
This is the trigger that allows the selected Oscillator to play.
Normal
The Oscillator always plays when a key is pressed
(unless the "OSC Off when Sound Controllers are
On" parameter is checked).
Legato
The Oscillator only plays when the note is played
'legato' . The delay and pitch interval from the pre-
vious note are also to be considered, as set in the
Sound > Basic page (see "Legato as OSC Trigger"
above).
Staccato
The Oscillator only plays when the note is NOT
played legato (it is the opposite of the above
choice).
Sound Controller 1
The Oscillator only plays after a switch or foot-
switch programmed as the Sound Controller 1
has been pressed. Press and release it, and the
next note will also trigger the selected Oscillator.
If you keep it pressed, the Oscillator will continue
to be triggered until you release the controller.
Note: In Sequencer and Sound mode, the Assign-
able Switch 1 is automatically assigned to Sound
Controller 1.
Hint: This (like the following Sound Controllers) is
especially useful to enable a different nuance to the
following note(s).
Sound Controller 2
As the above, but with a switch or footswitch pro-
grammed as the Sound Controller 2.
Note: In Sequencer and Sound mode, the Assign-
able Switch 2 is automatically assigned to Sound
Controller 2.
Sound Controller Y+
As the above, but with the Joystick, assigned as
the Sound Controller, pushed at least half-way
forward (value 64). The controller is turned off
when the Joystick is released. This control is
equivalent to a CC#01 (Modulation) Control
Change message.
Sound Controller Y-
As the above, but with the Joystick, assigned as
the Sound Controller, pulled at least half-way
back (value 64). The controller is turned off when
the Joystick is released. This control is equivalent
to a CC#02 (Breath Controller) Control Change
message.
Cycle 1
All Oscillators with this same trigger mode
assigned will play in cycle. For example, if Oscil-
lators 1, 2 and 4 are assigned the Cycle 1 trigger
mode, the following note will trigger Oscillator 1,
then 2, then 4, then 1 again.
Hint: This is especially useful to trigger different
sound nuances or create vector-like sound
sequences.
Cycle 2
As the above, for use with a different (and paral-
lel) group of Oscillators. Having two Cycle Trig-
ger Modes allows for cycling stereo multisamples.
Random
As the above, but with a random selection of
Oscillators within the assigned group.
After Touch Trigger On
The Oscillator starts playing when an After
Touch message with a value of at least 90 is
received. The Velocity value is the same as the lat-
est Note On message. The Oscillator will stop
playing when the After Touch value falls back to
zero.
Note: After Touch messages can be received via
MIDI, or contained in a Standard MIDI Files.
Hint: This (like the following Triggers) is especially
useful to trigger harmonics or growls when a note
is already playing.
Y+ Trigger On
As the above, but with the Joystick, assigned as
the Sound Controller, pushed at least half-way
forward (value 64). The controller is turned off
when the Joystick is released. This control is
equivalent to a CC#01 (Modulation) Control
Change message.
Y- Trigger On
As the above, but with the Joystick, assigned as
the Sound Controller, pulled at least half-way
back (value 64). The controller is turned off when
the Joystick is released. This control is equivalent
to a CC#02 (Breath Controller) Control Change
message.
Legato Up
Like Legato, but is only activated when the sec-
ond note is out of the "Max Range" value (see
page 232) and it is higher than the first one.
Legato Down Like Legato, but is only activated when the sec-
ond note is out of the "Max Range" value (see
page 232) and it is lower than the first one.
Delay
This parameter sets a delay time from the note-on to the real
beginning of the sound. With a setting of KeyOff, the sound will
begin when note-off occurs. This is useful to create sounds such
as the "click" that is heard when a harpsichord note is released.
In this case, set the "Sustain" parameter to 0 (see page 247).
0...5000ms
Delay time in milliseconds.
Key Off
The sound will begin when the note is released.
The note velocity is read from the Key On Veloc-
ity.
Key Rel
Key Release. The sound will begin when the note
is released. The note velocity is read from the Key
Off Velocity.
Nat Rel
Natural Release. The sound will begin when the
note is released. The note starts from the current
volume of the sound. If the sound's volume is
already at zero, this oscillator is not retriggered.

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