There are two types of modulators. A
low frequency oscillator with a triangle shape (left
controls) and a envelope generator (right controls).
The modulators are tempo synced. The tempo can be
set with the RATE knob (LFO) and TIME knob (EG).
Both modulator signals can be routed to either the
frequency (note) of the oscillator or the function
settings. The routing knob determines the amount of
modulator. In the centre position there will be no
There are two oscillator shapes
available: the sawtooth and the square wave. Both
waveforms can be edited with the FUNC(tion) knob.
The saw wave transforms to a square wave. When the
square wave is selected the function knob changes
the pulse width.
The volume of the Sub oscillator can
be set with the Sub Osc knob; the interval can be
set in ranges from -/- 2 octaves to 0 octave.
The X*ONE filter is a 12 db lowpass
filter. Cutoff determines the border frequency,
above which higher frequencies are damped
while resonance regulates the degree
of amplification at the cut-off frequency. The
cutoff frequency can be modulated by a envelope
generator. The amount of envelope modulation can be
set by the EG INT knob. When the knob is centred
there will be no modulation audible. Turning this
knob to the left causes negative modulation; right
sets the amount of the positive envelope shape. The
decay knob controls the decay amount of the envelope
The Velo. Knob sets the amount of
velocity sensitivity of the incoming midi signal.
Glide sets the time on which the oscillator glides
from one note to the next. When set to the minimum,
the tone jumps to the following note without
gliding. Level sets the volume of the audio signal.
The decay knob sets
(no longer exist)