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In Program mode and Sampling mode (if the EXB-
SMPL option is installed), dynamic modulation of the
insert effect and master effects is controlled on the glo-
bal MIDI channel. (In Sampling mode, only the insert
effect can be used.)
In Combination mode and Sequencer mode, dynamic
modulation of the insert effect and master effects are
controlled on the MIDI channel that has been specified
as the "Control Channel" for IFX, MFX1, and MFX2
respectively.
Gate1, G1+Dmp (Gate1+Damper)
The effect is at maximum during note-on, and will stop
when all keys are released. With G1+Dmp, the effect will
remain at maximum even after the keys are released, as long
as the damper (sustain) pedal is pressed.
1
Note
Damper Pedal
Gate1
G1+Dmp
Gate2, G2+Dmp (Gate2+Damper)
This is essentially the same as for Gate 1 or G1+Dmp. How-
ever when Gate 2 or G2+Dmp are used as a dynamic modu-
lation source for the EG of 22: St.Env.Flanger etc. or the
AUTOFADE of 27: St.Vibrato, a trigger will occur at each
note-on. (In the case of Gate 1 and G1+Dmp, the trigger
occurs only for the first note-on.)
1
Note
Damper Pedal
Gate2
G2+Dmp
Pdl#4 (Foot Pedal: CC#04)
If you wish to use the assignable foot pedal as a dynamic
modulation source, set "Foot Pedal Assign" (GLOBAL 1.1–
3a) to Foot Pedal (CC#04). ( p.223 "Foot Pedal Assign")
A foot controller etc. connected to the ASSIGNABLE PEDAL
jack can be used to control an effect.
Kb1#17 (Knob Mod1: CC#17)
Kb2#19 (Knob Mod2: CC#19)
Kb3#20 (Knob Mod3: CC#20)
Kb4#21 (Knob Mod4: CC#21)
If you want to use the REALTIME CONTROLS [1]–[4] knobs
as dynamic modulation sources in Pattern, Combination,
Song, or Sampling modes (when the EXB-SMPL option is
installed), access the 2.2: Ed-Ctrl/Control page (or the 5.2:
Controller/Controls page for Sampling mode), and in
"Knob B Assign," set "Knob1-B" to Knob Mod.1 (CC#17),
"Knob2-B Assign" to Knob Mod.2 (CC#19), "Knob3-B
Assign" to Knob Mod.3 (CC#20), and "Knob4-B Assign" to
Knob Mod.4 (CC#21). ( p.221 "Knob 1...4 B Assign")
When you set REALTIME CONTROLS to B-mode and oper-
ate knobs [1]–[4], the effect will be controlled.
Moving the knob to the 12 o'clock position will produce a
effect of 0 as the dynamic modulation source. If "(Amount)"
is a positive (+) value, rotating the knob toward the right
will produce a positive change in the effect, and rotating it
toward the left will produce a negative change. (With nega-
tive (–) values, the opposite effect will result.)
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Gate1, G1+Dmp
Dmpr
2
1
3
2
3
On
Off
Time
Gate2, G2+Dmp
Dmpr
2
1
3
2
3
On
Off
Time
Kb1[+] (Knob Mod1: CC#17 [+] )
Kb2[+] (Knob Mod2: CC#19 [+] )
Kb3[+] (Knob Mod3: CC#20 [+] )
Kb4[+] (Knob Mod4: CC#21 [+] )
These differ from Kb1#17 (Knob Mod1: CC#17)–Kb4#21
(Knob Mod4: CC#21) in the knob position and direction of
the effect. If "(Amount)" is set to a positive (+) value, rotat-
ing the knob to the far right will produce an effect of 0 as the
dynamic modulation source. Rotating the knob toward the
right will apply an effect only in the positive direction. (With
negative (–) settings, the opposite effect will result.)
SW1#80 (SW1 Mod.: CC#80)
SW2#81 (SW2 Mod.: CC#81)
If you want to use the [SW1] and [SW2] keys as dynamic
modulation sources in Program, Combination, Song, or
Sampling (when the EXB-SMPL option is installed) modes,
access the 2.2: Ed-Ctrl/Controller page (or the 5.2: Control-
ler/Controls page for Sampling mode), and in "SW1/2
Assign," set "SW1" to SW1 Mod. (CC#80) and "SW2" to
SW2 Mod. (CC#81). ( p.220 "SW1/2 Assign")
The effect will be controlled when you operate the [SW1] or
[SW2] key.
FSW#82 (Foot Switch: CC#82)
If you wish to use an assignable foot switch as a dynamic
modulation source, set "Foot SW Assign" (GLOBAL 6.1–1a)
to Foot SW (CC#82) ( p.222 "Foot Switch Assign").
The effect will be controlled when you operate a foot switch
etc. connected to the ASSIGNABLE SWITCH jack.
Tempo
Modulation sources other than Tempo are internally pro-
cessed as a value of 0–127 (–128 – +127). In contrast, Tempo
uses the tempo data (BPM value) of the internal clock or the
external MIDI clock. This means that when " " is 127 (BPM),
it will have the same result as the maximum value (+127) of
other modulation sources.

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