AMS2 (Time Mod. AMS2)
I (AMS2 Intensity)
A (AMS2 SW Attack)
D (AMS2 SW Decay)
S (AMS2 SW Slope)
R (AMS2 SW Release)
These parameters are the settings for "AMS2" to control the
"Time" parameters of the ﬁlter 1 EG (☞"AMS1 (Time Moc.
AMS1)"–"R (AMS1 SW Release)").
■ 4–5: UTILITY
☞"Write Program" (0–1), "Copy Oscillator," "Swap Oscilla-
For details on how to select the desired utility function, refer
to "PROG 0–1: UTILITY."
Sync Both EGs
Choose "Sync Both EGs" from the utility menu, and press
the center of the ClickPoint; a check mark will appear at the
left of "Sync Both EGs," and the "SYNC" icon will appear at
the left of the envelope curve in the display.
In this state, the ﬁlter 1 EG and the ﬁlter 2 EG can be edited
simultaneously. (Editing either one will cause the other to
"Sync Both EGs" cannot sync the ﬁlter EG and amp EG
independently. For example if you sync in 6–3d, it will
be synced here as well.
This can be selected only if "Mode (Oscillator Mode)"
(1–1a) is Double.
PROG 5: Ed–Filter2
Indicates settings for ﬁlter 2, which controls the tone of oscil-
lator 2. You can select either a 24 dB/oct low pass ﬁlter with
resonance, or a 12 dB/oct low pass ﬁlter and 12 dB/oct high
pass ﬁlter connected in series. Filter 2 can be used when
"Mode (Oscillator Mode)" (1–1a) is Double. (☞"PROG 4:
PROG 6: Ed–Amp1/2
[Off, (KT, EXT)]
[–, 0, +]
Here you can make settings for amp 1 which controls the
[–, 0, +]
volume of oscillator 1, and amp 2 which controls the volume
of oscillator 2. You can also specify the panning of each oscil-
[–, 0, +]
[–, 0, +]
These parameters control the volume and pan of oscillator 1.
6–1a: Amp1 Level
Level (Amp1 Level)
Sets the volume of oscillator 1.
Pan (Amp1 Pan)
Sets the pan (stereo location) of oscillator 1.
A setting of L001 places the sound at far left, C064 in the
center, and R127 to far right.
Random: The sound will be heard from a different location
at each note-on.
Use DKit Setting
This is valid when "Mode (Oscillator Mode)" (1–1a) is set to
On (checked): The sound will be output at the "Pan" setting
that has been made for each key of the drum kit (GLOBAL
4–3a). When "Mode (Oscillator Mode)" is Drums, you will
normally use this setting.
Off (unchecked): All notes will be output as speciﬁed by the
"Pan (Amp1 Pan)" setting.
The volume of a program can be controlled by CC#7
(volume) and CC#11 (expression). The resulting level is
determined by summing the values of CC#7 and
CC#11. The Global MIDI channel "MIDI Channel"
(GLOBAL 1–1a) is used for control.
This can be controlled by CC#10 (panpot). A CC#10
value of 0 or 1 will place the sound at the far left, a
value of 64 will place the sound at the location speciﬁed
by the "Pan" setting for each oscillator, and a value of
127 will place the sound at the far right. This is con-
trolled on the global MIDI channel "MIDI Channel"