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The NN-19 Virtual Keyboard Display > The LFO Section - Pg. 252

Figure 11.16 The Pitch and Modulation wheels and corresponding parameters. The Modulation Wheel is used to control a number of available parameters. One of my personal favorite play parameters, the Modulation Wheel can be used to give your sequences a very realistic and emotional performance. The Modulation Wheel can control the following parameters: F.Freq--When set to a positive value, the Modulation Wheel will increase the Filter Frequency parameter. A negative value has the opposite effect. F.Res--When set to a positive value, the Modulation Wheel will increase the resonance. A negative value has the opposite effect. F.Decay--This knob controls the Decay parameter of the Filter Envelope. When set to a positive value, the Modulation Wheel will increase the amount of decay. A negative value has the opposite effect. Amp--When set to a positive value, the Modulation Wheel will increase the amplitude of the NN-19. A negative value has the opposite effect. It's very cool for creating a crescendo with your sample patch. LFO--When set to a positive value, the Modulation Wheel will increase the LFO amount knob. A negative value has the opposite effect. Velocity Control The Velocity section of the play parameters gives you control over multiple parameters according to how hard the notes are played. This is a feature not commonly found on hardware synths and samplers (see Figure 11.17). Figure 11.17 The Velocity controls can make your samples sound more lively and add expression by making specific parameters sensitive to varying velocities. The Velocity controls can modify the following parameters: F.Env--When set to a positive value, different velocities will control the Amount knob of the Filter Envelope. A negative value has the opposite effect. F.Decay--When set to a positive value, different velocities will control the Decay parameter of the Filter Envelope. A negative value has the opposite effect.