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The Synth Parameters > The Filter Section - Pg. 267

The Modulation Envelope is used to alter specific parameters over time. Aside from the common parameters that are found on both the Mod and Amp Envelopes, the Modulation Envelope also contains a few additional parameters: Pitch--This parameter causes the envelope to control the pitch of the notes played. If assigned a positive value, the pitch will bend up. The opposite effect will occur when assigned a negative value. Filter--This parameter causes the envelope to modulate the Filter Frequency. When assigned a positive value, the value of the Filter Frequency will increase. The opposite effect will occur when assigned a negative value. The Amplitude Envelope is used to alter the volume of a patch over time. Aside from the common parameters shared by both the Mod and Amp Envelopes, the Amplitude Envelope also has a few additional parameters: Level--Controls the volume level of a selected zone in the key zone map. This parameter can also control the volume of an entire patch by selecting all of the zones. Pan--Controls the panning of a selected zone in the key zone map. This parameter can also control the panning assignment of an entire patch by selecting all of the zones. Spread--This parameter creates a stereo effect by placing single notes played in various places within the stereo field. The knob determines the amount of Spread whereas the type of Spread is determined by the Spread modes, which are located