Voice Edit mode
Reference Voice mode
●[F2]-[SF2] Normal Element Pitch
From this display you can determine how the Pitch
EG responds to velocity. (For Pitch EG settings, see
“PEG Time, Level” below.)
• EG Time, Segment
Determines the velocity sensitivity of the PEG’s Time
parameters. Select the Segment, then set its Time
parameter. Positive Time settings will play back the
speciﬁed Segment faster and negative values will play it
❏Settings Time -64 ~0 ~+63
Segment ATK, ATK+DCY, DCY,
EG Time Value affects Attack time.
EG Time Value affects Attack/Decay1 time.
EG Time Value affects Decay time.
EG Time Value affects Attack/Release time.
EG Time Value affects all PEG Time parameters.
• EG Level, Curve
Determines the velocity sensitivity of the PEG Level.
Positive settings will cause the level to rise the harder you
play the keyboard, and negative values will cause it to fall.
The Curve parameter lets you select from ﬁve different
preset velocity curves (graphically indicated in the
display), that determine how velocity affects the Pitch EG.
❏Settings EG Level -64 ~0 ~+63
Determines the degree to which velocity affects the pitch
change of the Pitch EG. Extreme values produce greater
variation in pitch change. For positive values, the harder
you play the keys, the greater the change in pitch. For
negative values, the softer you play the keys, the greater
the change in pitch.
❏Settings -64 ~ 0 ~+63
●[F2]-[SF3] Normal Element Pitch
PEG Time, Level
Basic Structure (page 46)
From this display you can make all the time and
level settings for the Pitch EG, which determine
how the pitch of the sound changes over time.
These can be used to control the change in pitch
from the moment a note is pressed on the keyboard
to the moment the sound stops.
The full names of the available parameters are
shown in the chart below, as they appear in the
❏Settings 0 ~127
❏Settings -128 ~ 0 ~+127 (-4800cent ~ 0
❏Settings -64 ~ 0 ~+63
●[F2]-[SF4] Normal Element Pitch Key Follow
From this display you can set the Key Follow effect
— in other words, how the pitch of the element and
its Pitch EG respond to the particular notes (or
octave range) you play.
• PitchSens (Pitch Sensitivity)
Determines the degree to which the notes (speciﬁcally,
their position or octave range) affect the pitch of the
selected element. The Center Key (next parameter) is used
as the basic pitch for this parameter.
A positive setting will cause the pitch of lower notes to
change lower and that of higher notes to change higher.
Negative values will have the opposite effect.
❏Settings -200% ~ 0 ~ +200%
nFor a setting of 100%, neighboring notes are
pitched one semitone (100 cents) apart.
HOLD ATK DCY1 DCY2 REL DEPTH*
TIME Hold time Attack time Decay 1
LEVEL Hold level Attack level Decay 1
Level Key off