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Effect parameters

Effect parameters


Eight types of master effects that were popular on the ELECTRIBE series are provided. Use the knob of the top panel to select the desired effect type.


1 DELAY

This effect delays the sound in time. This effect type provides a short delay time, and is called a cross feedback delay. It will not synchronize to the tempo.

FX EDIT1 Time : This adjusts the delay time.

FX EDIT2 Depth : This adjusts the depth of the delay and the amount of feedback.


2 BPM DELAY (BPM sync delay)

This effect delays the sound in time. This effect type is a cross feedback delay that is synchronized to the tempo.

FX EDIT1 Time : This specifies the tempo-synchronized delay time in units of a note value.

FX EDIT2 Depth : This adjusts the depth of the delay and the amount of feedback.


3 GRAIN SHIFTER

This effect samples a brief length of sound at a fixed interval, and plays it back as a loop.

FX EDIT1 Speed : This specifies the tempo-synchronized sampling rate and sampling time in units of a note value.

FX EDIT2 Balance : This adjusts the balance between the effect sound and the direct sound.


4 REVERB

This effect simulates the reverberation and presence of a hall.

FX EDIT1 Time : This adjusts the reverb time.

FX EDIT2 Level : This adjusts the reverb level.


5 CHO/FLG (Chorus / Flanger)

By slightly delaying the sound to modulate the pitch, and mixing this with the original sound, this effect adds a sense of movement, spaciousness, or vibrato.

FX EDIT1 Speed : This adjusts the LFO speed.

FX EDIT2 Depth : This adjusts the depth of the effect. Turning the knob toward the right will change the effect from chorus to flanger.


6 FILTER

This is a low-pass filter with resonance. It controls the overtones by allowing only a specific frequency region of sound to pass.

FX EDIT1 Cutoff : This adjusts the cutoff frequency.

FX EDIT2 Resonance : This boosts the sound in the region of the cutoff frequency, adding a distinctive character to the sound.


7 TALKING MOD (talking modulator)

This effect adds a vowel formant to the input sound, creating the impression of a human voice.

FX EDIT1 Formant : This adjusts the formant. Turning the knob toward the right will smoothly shift through the vowels [a]-[e]-[o]-[u]-[i].

FX EDIT2 Offset : This adjusts the pitch of the formant frequency.


8 DECIMATOR

By lowering the sampling frequency or bit depth, this effect produces the rough sound that is typical of an inexpensive sampler.

FX EDIT1 Frequency : Turning the knob toward the right produces a lo-fi sound with a low sampling frequency. Turning the knob toward the left produces a hi-fi sound with a high sampling frequency.

FX EDIT2 Bit : Turning the knob toward the right produces a lo-fi sound with a lower bit depth. Turning the knob toward the left produces a hi-fi sound with a higher bit depth.

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