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The Filter Section > Filter 2 - Pg. 206

The different parameters that can be modified by velocity are as follows: Amplitude--This parameter controls the overall volume of the Subtractor. When set to a positive value, a harder velocity will increase the volume. When set to a negative value, a harder velocity will decrease the volume. Frequency Modulation--When set to a positive value, a harder velocity will increase the Frequency Modulation parameter. A negative value will have the opposite effect. Modulation Envelope--When set to a positive value, a harder velocity will increase the Modulation Envelope's Amount parameter. A negative value will have the opposite effect. Phase Offset--This parameter controls the phase offset of oscillators 1 and 2. When set to a positive value and the phase offset is activated, a harder velocity will increase the amount of phase offset. A negative value will have the opposite effect. Filter Frequency 2--This controls the Frequency slider of Filter 2. When set to a positive value, a harder velocity will increase the amount of filter frequency. A negative value will have the opposite effect. Filter Envelope--When set to a positive value, a harder velocity will increase the Filter Envelope's Amount parameter. A negative value will have the opposite effect. Filter Decay--This controls the Decay parameter of the Filter Envelope. When set