Korg MICROX X50 Parameter Manual Page 163

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Amp (PROG 6–2(5)b)
The volume can be controlled by the pitch/filter EG, con-
trollers, or tempo etc.
• If an EG or controller that changes with a positive (+)
value (Amp EG, EXT(+), EXT(SW)) is selected as the
"AMS (Amp AMS)," setting the "Int (AMS Intensity)" to
+99 will allow you to increase the volume to a maximum
of eight times that of the current volume.
• If an EG, LFO, or controller that changes with a ± value
(Pitch EG, Filter EG, LFO, KT, EXT(+–) is selected as the
"AMS (Amp AMS)," setting the "Int (AMS Intensity)" to
+99 will allow you to increase the volume to a maximum
of eight times that of the current volume (for positive (+)
changes of the AMS), or to decrease the volume to zero
(for negative (–) changes of the AMS).
• In addition to the time-variant changes in volume
produced by the amp EG, you can also make the volume
change in synchronization with the pitch/filter EG.
Select PitchEG or FilterEG as the "AMS (Amp AMS),"
and adjust "Int (AMS Intensity)." If you wish to cancel
the effect of the AmpEG and use the pitch/filter EG to
control the volume, set all levels of the AmpEG to +99.
Amp LFO 1/2 Intensity (PROG 6–2(5)b)
The amp modulation intensity of LFO 1/2 can be controlled
by EG, keyboard tracking, controllers, or tempo etc.
• If you select EG as the "AMS (LFO1/2 AMS)," the depth
of the tremolo effect produced by LFO modulation will
change in synchronization with the changes in EG level.
If you set "Int. (AMS Intensity)" to a positive (+) value,
the tremolo effect will deepen as the EG level rises, and
lessen as the EG level falls. If "Int. (AMS Intensity)" is
set to a negative (–) value, the phase of the LFO will be
inverted.
X50:
If select a controller such as SW1 or 2 as the "AMS
(LFO1/2 AMS)," you can apply the tremolo effect by
pressing [SW1] or [SW2] when desired.
microX:
If you set "AMS (LFO1/2 AMS)" to a
controller such as Foot SW#82, you can apply a tremolo
effect just when you want by using a foot switch
connected to the ASSIGNABLE SWITCH jack.
Pan (PROG 6–1(4)b)
The oscillator pan can be controlled by EG, LFO, keyboard
tracking, controllers, or tempo etc.
• If you select Note No. as the "AMS (Pan AMS)" and set
"Intensity" to +50, panning will be controlled by the
keyboard position: center at the C4 note, far right at C6
or above, and far left at C2 or below.
• If EG is selected as the "AMS (Pan AMS)," the oscillator
pan will be controlled in synchronization with the
changes in EG level. If "Intensity" is set to a positive (+)
value, the pan will move toward the right as the EG level
increases, and toward the left as the EG level decreases.
If "Intensity" is set to a negative (–) value, the opposite
effect will occur.
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EG Level – Pitch EG (PROG 2–5b)
– Filter EG (PROG 4–5b, 5–5b)
– Amp EG (PROG 6–3b)
EG levels can be controlled by keyboard tracking, control-
lers, or tempo etc.
Set the "I (AMS Intensity)" value, and select +/–/0 for each
EG segment ("S" start, "A" attack, "B" break) to specify the
direction of the effect (if any) on that segment.
+: AMS will function according to the Intensity setting.
–: The sign of the Intensity setting will be inverted.
0: AMS will have no effect.
If "I (AMS Intensity)" is set to +66, the various EG levels can
be controlled over a maximum range of ±99.
• Set "AMS" to Velocity for Amp EG Level Modulation, "I
(AMS Intensity)" to +66, "S" to 0, "A" to +, and "B" to –.
Set all Amp EG levels to +00. As you play with
increasing velocity, the EG levels will change more
greatly. At the maximum velocity, the Start Level will
stay at +00, but the Attack Level will change to +99 and
the Break Level will change to –99.
EG Time – Pitch EG (PROG 2–5c)
– Filter EG (PROG 4–5c, 5–5c)
– Amp EG (PROG 6–3c)
EG times can be controlled by keyboard tracking, control-
lers, or tempo etc. Set the "I (AMS Intensity)" value, and
select +/–/0 for each EG segment ("A" attack, D" decay, "S"
slope, "R" release) to specify the direction of the effect (if
any) on that segment.
+: AMS will function according to the Intensity setting.
–: The sign of the Intensity setting will be inverted.
0: AMS will have no effect.
Each EG time is determined by the Alternate Modulation
value at the moment that the corresponding EG point is
reached. For example, the Alternate Modulation value at the
moment that the Attack Level is reached will determine the
Decay Time.
If "I (AMS Intensity)" is set to a value of 8, 17, 25, 33, 41, or
49, the corresponding time can be multiplied by a maximum
of 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, or 64 times (or divided by 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/
16, 1/32, 1/64).
X50:
Suppose that you set "AMS" to Mod.Whl#01, "I
(AMS Intensity)" to +8, "A" to +, "D" to –, and "S" and
"R" to 0. Moving the [MOD] wheel up will lengthen the
attack time to a maximum of double its original length.
The Decay Time will be shortened by a maximum of 1/
2. The Slope and Release times will not change.
microX:
Select JS+Y#01 for "AMS," and set "I (AMS
Intensity)" to +8, "A" to +, "D" to –, and "S" and "R" to
0. When you move the joystick in the +Y direction, the
Attack Time will be lengthened by a maximum of 2
times. The Decay Time will be shortened by a maximum
of 1/2. The Slope and Release times will not change.

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