The Advanced Screen
can be opened by clicking on the Screen itself
or on the Screen button
in the upper right corner
of the display.
In this section, the Voices are displayed on the left side
and the link is shown by the blue Link icon
. Select the Voice to be edited by clicking on it.
and LFO sections
appear in their advanced form, showing more parameters than on the Main Panel.
When voices are linked
, any parameter modifications will apply to all linked voices
, except for the settings displayed in white
(E.G. the Pan and Alternate parameters). The settings are given as an absolute value
. All linked Voices are given the same value
- When you play several voices of the same note, add some LFO Variation to create a kind of chorus effect.
- Create a ping-pong stereo effect using the Pan and define the amount of dispersion with its Alternate knob.
It is possible to Offset
certain parameters in order to create variations
to your voices. To do that, enable the Offset assign
button on the top of the Screen.
The Offset parameters will appear in red
. They will be dependent on the absolute value
of that parameter, meaning the Offset value will change
if you change the absolute value of the given parameter from another voice.
When you’re done offsetting your parameters, make sure you disable the Offset assign
to come back to regular editing.
On the top part of the Advanced Screen, you can set the parameters for the current sample
- Browse a sample from the factory library or add your own.
- Set Transpose, Detune and Gain for the current Voice.
- Set the Loop position and length anywhere in the sample.
- Set the Play Direction for the whole sample (and for the loop if it’s active).
For this last parameter, you can choose between Forward, Backwards, Back and Forth or Forth and Back
. Both last options have a complementary Balance knob
, which is a relative mix between both directions
. With this knob at 0% or 100%
, only one
direction will be hearable.
Underneath, the Trig Delay
function defines a delay time
for each triggered voice. This can be used as a kind of strum
and help creating interesting movements
in your sound.
You can either sync it
to your DAW tempo or let it free
On the lower right corner
of the Screen, the Output section lets you set the Polyphony for the current voice
Available Polyphony modes are Mono, Legato, and Poly
(2-32). The DAC Mode
lets you choose between the dusty sound of an original unit
or the clean sound of a modern one
Voice FX Section
This section lets you assign one dedicated and independent effect per voice
. Further effects parameters are available in the Effects Menu
of the Advanced Screen.