10: Sub Oscillator
This effect adds very low frequencies to the input signal. It is very useful when simulating a roaring
drum sound or emphasizing powerful low range harmonics. You can also adjust the oscillator frequency
to match a particular note number, for use as an octaver.
Mono In - Mono Out
Note Interval, Fine
Fixed Frequency [Hz]
Envelope Pre LPF
a: OSC Mode
b: Note Interval
c: Note Fine
d: Fixed Frequency [Hz] The Fixed Frequency parameter sets the frequency when you select "Fixed" for
e: Envelope Pre LPF
Note (Key Follow)
Note (Key Follow), Fixed
Dry, 1:99...99:1, Wet
The OSC Mode parameter selects the oscillator operation mode. When Note
(Key Follow) is selected, the oscillator's frequency is determined based on the
note number, allowing you to use it as an octaver. The Note Interval parameter
sets the pitch offset from the original note number by semitone steps. The Note
Fine parameter allows you to ﬁne-tune in steps of cents.
The Src parameter is ﬁxed to the Note #, and you cannot select another source.
the OSC Mode parameter.
This parameter sets the upper limit of the frequency range to which very low
harmonics are added. Adjust this parameter if you do not want to add lower
harmonics to the higher range. For example, you can create a nice effect by add-
ing very low harmonics only to the bass drum sound, not to the snare sound.
Determines whether the oscillator frequency follows the
note number or whether it is ﬁxed.
When OSC Mode = Note (Key Follow), this parameter
sets the pitch difference from the note number.
Note number information source (ﬁxed to Note #).
Fine adjustment of the oscillator frequency.
When OSC Mode = Fixed, this parameter sets the oscilla-
Oscillator frequency modulation source when OSC Mode
Oscillator frequency modulation amount when OSC Mode
The upper limit of the frequency range for which very low
harmonics are added.
Sets the sensitivity with which very low harmonics are
Sets the oscillator's volume envelope curve.
Sets the balance between the effect and dry sounds.
Modulation source of effect balance
Modulation amount of effect balance
10: Sub Oscillator
Wet / Dry