Playing and Editing Programs
2. Rotate the desired knob to control the sound,
etc. See the explanations that follow.
In A-mode, knobs – will control/edit the fol-
Note: Placing the knobs in the center (12 o'clock)
position will produce the values speciﬁed by the
Knob : LPF CUTOFF
Adjust the cutoff frequency of the low pass ﬁlter.
When you adjust the cutoff frequency of the ﬁlter,
the brightness of the sound will change. The effect
will depend on the settings of the program param-
eters, but normally, rotating the knob toward the
left will darken the sound, and rotating it toward
the right will brighten it.
Knob : RESONANCE/HPF
Adjust the resonance level of a low pass ﬁlter or
the cutoff frequency of a high pass ﬁlter.
The content that is controlled will depend on the
ﬁlter type speciﬁed by the program.
By adjusting the ﬁlter resonance level, you can
increase or decrease the resonance level to add a
unique character to the sound.
Adjusting the cutoff frequency of the high-pass ﬁl-
ter will modify the thickness of the sound from
which the low frequency range has been ﬁltered
Knob : EG-INTENSITY
Adjust the ﬁlter EG intensity (the depth at which
the ﬁlter EG is applied).
Rotating the knob will affect the depth of the ﬁlter
EG. Normally, rotating the knob toward the left
will make the ﬁlter EG apply less deeply, and
rotating it toward the right will make the ﬁlter EG
apply more deeply. Since the ﬁlter EG will operate
based on the cutoff frequency of the ﬁlter, knobs
 and  will work together to control the tonal
changes produced by the ﬁlter.
Knob : EG-RELEASE
Adjust the EG release times of the ﬁlter and amp.
This will determine the time from note-off until
the sound disappears.
When you adjust the knob, the release times of the
ﬁlter EG and the amp EG will change. Normally,
rotating the knob toward the left will shorten the
release time, and rotating it toward the right will
lengthen the release time.