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Korg TouchView Trinity Effect Manual: Gate

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03: Gate

The Gate effect mutes signals with a level lower than the specified threshold. You can also use this effect
to create Gated Reverb by routing it after the Reverb effect. The Gate can be turned on/off directly by
Note On/Off.
Mono In - Mono Out
In
Gate+Sus
Envelope Select
a
Src
b
Threshold
c
Attack
d
Release
e
Delay Time [msec]
Wet/Dry
f
Src
Amt
a: Envelope Select
a: Src
b: Threshold
c: Attack
d: Release
Envelope - Control
Envelope Select
D-mod, Input
None...Gate2+Sus
0...100
1...100
1...100
0...100msec
Dry, 1:99...99:1, Wet
None...Tempo
–100...+100
The Envelope Select parameter determines whether the Gate is on/off based on
the level of input signal or by using a modulation source. The Src parameter is
available only when you have selected D-mod for the Envelope Select parame-
ter. Selection ranges from None to Gate2+Sus.
This parameter sets the signal level below which Gate is applied when Envelope
Select is set to Input.
The Attack and Release parameters set the Gate attack time and release time.
Delay
Gate
Toggles between control by Modulation Source and con-
trol by input signal.
Modulation Source that controls Gate when Envelope
Select is set to D-mod.
Sets the signal level below which Gate is applied.
P.17
Sets attack time.
Sets release time.
Delay time for gate input
Sets the balance between the effect and dry sounds.
Modulation source of effect balance
Modulation amount of effect balance
03: Gate
Wet / Dry
P.17
P.17
P.17
P.18
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