Korg Synthesizer/Vocoder micro Owner's Manual Page 39

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4. AUDIO IN 1
These parameters adjust the input from AUDIO IN 1 (the modulator).
Adjust "THRESHOLD" (knob 2) so that noise is not heard when you are not speaking, and adjust "GATE SENSE" (knob 1) so that the
vocoder sound is not cut off unnaturally. Use "HPF LEVEL" (knob 3) to emphasize the consonants (such as "s" sounds) of the input voice.
GATE SENSE
[0...127]
THRESHOLD
Specifies the speed of the gate that
Specifies the level at which the au-
will operate according to the
dio signal from the AUDIO IN 1
"THRESHOLD" setting.
jack will be silenced.
Lower values for this setting will
Increasing this value will cause the
make the gate operate more quickly,
audio signal to be silenced. This lets
causing the vocoder sound to decay
you eliminate any noise that might
more quickly.
be heard when no input signal is
Higher values for this setting will
present.
make the gate operate more gradu-
ally, causing the vocoder sound to
have a longer decay.
If the "THRESHOLD" value is
high, this effect will apply more
readily. If the threshold value is
0, there will be no effect.
— VOCODER
[0...127]
HPF LEVEL
Adjusts the amount of the high-fre-
quency portion of the audio signal
input from the AUDIO IN 1 jack
that will be mixed into the output
of the vocoder.
Increasing this value will empha-
size the portion that corresponds to
the consonants of speech or singing.
If this setting is set excessively
high, the audio signal will also
be cut, and it will be difficult for
the vocoder effect to apply.
[0...127]
HPF GATE
[Disable, Enable]
Specifies whether the high-fre-
quency portion of the signal from
AUDIO IN 1 that is mixed into the
vocoder output will be passed only
during the key-on (note-on) dura-
tion, or will always be allowed to
pass.
Disable (
):
The high-frequency portion of the
signal will always be passed.
This is effective when you are play-
ing a guitar etc. that is connected
via an effect unit to AUDIO IN 2.
Enable (
):
The high-frequency portion of the
signal will be passed only during
the key-on (note-on) duration.
Use this setting if you are applying
the vocoder effect only to an inter-
nal sound source, or if you have
connected a synthesizer etc. to AU-
DIO IN 2. (The signal will be passed
when a MIDI note-on is received.)
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