You can control certain effect parameters using the joystick, ribbon controller, etc. "on the ﬂy." For exam-
ple, you can use the After Touch effect to speed up the LFO of the chorus and ﬂanger, or you can use the
ribbon controller to activate the wah effect. In this way, you will be able to make the most out of the
expression created by the effects as part of your instrument.
Most of the parameters with dynamic modulation consist of the parameter value, Src (source), and Amt
(amount). The Src ﬁeld selects the modulation source, and Amt sets the amount of dynamic modulation
effect. When the modulation source is set to the maximum value, the actual degree of the effect will be the
parameter value plus the Amt value.
Dynamic modulation of the Program's Insert Effects and Master Effects is controlled via the Global
MIDI Channel. Dynamic modulation of the Insert Effects for Combinations and Sequences is con-
trolled via the MIDI Channels speciﬁed for each Timbre and Track. Dynamic modulation of the
Master Effects is controlled via the Global MIDI Channel.
In this case, the effect balance is 10:90. As you apply After Touch, the percentage of the effect sound will
increase. When After Touch is at its maximum, the effect balance will be 60:40.
If you are controlling the effect parameters using any source other than AUTOFADE, the dynamic
modulation effect will not be affected if you modify the Amt value while the dynamic modulation
is being applied. The modiﬁcation will become effective when you operate the dynamic modula-
tion source again.
Refer to the corresponding effect section for an explanation of other dynamic modulation parameters.
is marked on the right of the effect parameter table to indicate that the parameter has dynamic
Dynamic modulation is not used.
Note On + Sustain pedal On/Off
Note On/Off (retrigger)
Note On + Sustain pedal On/Off (retrigger)
Channel After Touch
Joystick - upward
Wet / Dry
Dynamic Modulation (Example)
Wet / Dry=10:90
Wet / Dry=60:40