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Korg Pa300 User Manual: Dynamics (dynamic); Dynamics (dynamic)

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Effects

Dynamics (Dynamic)

Dynamics (Dynamic)
0: No Effect
Select this option when you do not use any effects.
1: Stereo Compressor
This effect compresses the input signal to regulate the level and
give a "punchy" effect. It is useful for guitar, piano, and drum
sounds. This is a stereo compressor. You can link left and right
channels, or use each channel separately.
Stereo In - Stereo Out
Left
EQ Trim
LEQ
HEQ
Envelope - Control
Envelope Select
Envelope - Control
EQ Trim
LEQ
HEQ
Right
L/R Mix,
Determines whether the left and
Envelope
a
L/R Individ-
right channels are linked or used
Select
ually
separately
b Sensitivity
1...100
Sets the sensitivity
c
Attack
1...100
Sets the attack level
d EQ Trim
0...100
Sets the EQ input level
Low,
Selects the cutoff frequency (low or
Pre LEQ Fc
Mid-Low
mid-low) of the low-range equalizer
e
Selects the cutoff frequency (high
High,
Pre HEQ Fc
or mid-high) of the high-range
Mid-High
equalizer
Pre LEQ Gain
–15.0...+15.0
Sets the gain of the Low EQ
[dB]
f
Pre HEQ Gain
–15.0...+15.0
Sets the gain of the High EQ
[dB]
Sets the output level of the
Output Level
0...100
compressor
Selects the modulation source for
g
Src
Off...Tempo
the compressor output level
Sets the modulation amount for the
Amt
–100...+100
compressor output level
Dry, 1:99...99:1,
Sets the Balance between the wet
Wet/Dry
Wet
and dry signal
Selects a modulation source for
h
Src
Off...Tempo
Wet/Dry
Sets the modulation amount for
Amt
–100...+100
Wet/Dry
a: Envelope Select
This parameter selects whether the left and right channels are
linked to control both signals simultaneously, or whether each
channel is controlled independently.
b: Sensitivity
g: Output Level
The "Sensitivity" parameter sets the sensitivity of the compres-
sor. If this parameter is set to a higher value, lower level sounds
will be boosted. With a higher Sensitivity, the overall volume
level is higher. To adjust the final volume level, use the "Output
Level" parameter.
FX Amt
Compressor
Output Level
Output Level
Compressor
FX Amt
Level
Wet
Dry
c: Attack
This parameter controls the attack level.
Level
Attack=80
Attack=20
Dry
2: Stereo Limiter
The Limiter regulates the input signal level. It is similar to the
Compressor, except that the Limiter compresses only signals that
exceed the specified level to lower unnecessary peak signals. The
Limiter applies a peaking-type EQ to the trigger signal (which
controls the degree of the Limiter effect), allowing you to set any
band width to be covered. This effect is a stereo limiter. You can
link left and right channels, or use each channel individually.
Stereo In - Stereo Out
Left
Side PEQ
Envelope - Control
+
Envelope - Control
Envelope Select
Envelope Source
Right
FX Control BUS 1
FX Control BUS 2
L/R Mix,
Envelope
L Only, R Only,
a
Select
L/R Individ-
ually
1.0 : 1...
b Ratio
50.0 : 1,
Inf : 1
c
Threshold [dB] –40...0
Attack
1...100
v
Release
1...100
Gain Adjust
–Inf,
[dB]
–38...+24
e
Src
Off...Tempo
Amt
–63...+63
Side PEQ Insert Off, On
f
Trigger
Off, On
Monitor
Side PEQ
20...12.00k
Cutoff [Hz]
g
Q
0.5...10.0
Gain [dB]
–18.0...+18.0
Dry, 1:99...99:1,
Wet/Dry
Wet
h
Src
Off...Tempo
Amt
–100...+100
Compressor - Sensitivity
Sensitivity=100
Sensitivity=40
Time
Compressor - Attack
Wet
Time
FX Amt
Gain Adjust
Limiter
Trigger Monitor
Limiter
Gain Adjust
FX Amt
Selects from linking both channels,
controlling only from left channel,
only from the right channel, or
controlling each channel individ-
ually
Sets the signal compression ratio
Sets the level above which the
compressor is applied
Sets the attack time
Sets the release time
Sets the output gain
Selects the modulation source for
the output gain
Sets the modulation amount of the
output gain
Toggles between on/off of the
trigger signal's EQ
Switches between effect output
monitor and trigger signal monitor
Sets the EQ center frequency for the
trigger signal
Sets the EQ bandwidth for the
trigger signal
Sets the EQ gain for the trigger
signal
Balance between the wet and dry
signal
Table , "Dynamic Modulation
sources, " on page 283
Amount of modulation source

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