- Advanced techniques
- Conditional tremolo and vibrato
The amplitude LFO and pitch LFO for each oscillator can be set to only trigger only if a step is accompanied by the 'ALFO' or 'PLFO' conditionals.
On the OSc1 and/or OSc2 pages, set the 6/Sn/A.L.tr ("amplitude LFO trigger") for conditional tremolo, or the 7/hh/P.L.tr ("pitch LFO trigger") for conditional vibrato. to "Cond" ("conditional"). This allows for setting up a patch that exhibits tremolo (amplitude modulation) or vibrato (pitch modulation) only when the 'ALFO' or 'PLFO' conditionals are encountered.
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