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The SYNTH Card for the Cooper FX Arcades includes the following effects:
Modes 1-6: The polyphonic modes on this card uses your playing dynamics to sample audio for synth style manipulation and reinter-pretation. Because of this, you will need to be aware of the SENS knob. This sets the sensitivity of the envelope detector used to trigger sampling. If you are unhappy with the tracking, try adjusting the SENS knob to your liking.
A random pattern of jumping octaves. SPD sets the arpeggiation speed and can be tapped in via tap tempo. SENS sets the sensitivity. FAT determines the cut off frequency minimum of a filter that is swept with a ramp wave in speed with the arpeggiation. PORT or porta-mento allows you to dial in slow pitch glides or quick pitch jumps.
Attack and decay are key terms in synth lingo. Refer to the drawing below. Attack (set by ATKknob) is the time it takes for the volume/filter swell to fade in. Conversely decay (set by DCYknob) is how long it takes for the volunnelfilter to fade out. ATK can be set very slow when turned fully CW, so if no sound is coming out adjust that. DCYcan be set to infinite decay if turned fully CW. The DPTH knob sets the start point of the swell. Fully CCW the swell will start from silence and turning CW will make the swell less dramatic.
A dusty lo fi synth voice. DCYsets the decay time, or the time it takes for the sound to fade out. CCW is quick fade out, CW is infinite hold. WOWsets the amount of slow warble occurring, while FLUTsets the amount of noise and fast modulation happening.
A filtered pad sound capable of creating auto swells, stabs, and wubs. yeah, wubs. You know what I'm talking about. SPD sets the speed of the filter modulation, and can be tapped in with tap tempo. LPFsets the cutoff frequency of the filter. LFO allows you to select the shape of the LEO that is modulating the filter. Select between ramp, sawtooth, and triangle. See the LEO note for more info on approximate locations within the knob's sweep.
Based off the legendary programs on the XP-300 space station, this program creates a synthetic string voice using pitch shift-ing, reverb, and slow fade in times. ATKsets the attack time, in-creasing CW gets very slow. If you don't hear sound try turning that control CCW. SPCE, or space, sets the amount of reverb ap-plied to the effect to allow for less abrupt fading in and out. The PlTknob sets the pitch and is quantized as shown (approximately) in the PIT note.
Reimagines your incoming audio as an organ by blending in an octave up, an octave down, and vi-brato. OCT-sets the level of the octave down. OCT sets the level of the octave up. The VIBR knob introduces vibrato to the effected signal.
Modes 7-8: The mono synth modes. These do not work well with chords and use a different synthesis type. Instead of sampling the incoming audio, these programs convert the sound directly to a square wave oscillator. In these modes, the SENS knob adjusts how much the envelope filter can be swept.
A classic aggressive mono synth sound. Like on lots of old synths, you can adjust the amount of drift, or detuning between two os-cillators. This creates a thicker sound, kind of like what chorus does. Adjust this amount of drift or detuning with the DETknob. RES ad-justs the amount of resonance on the filtering. Turning this knob up can create very aggres-sive sounds and oscillations, so be careful turning it all the way up. The OCTknob sets the root note of the oscillator.
Sounds like robots. CHAR sets the character of the robot voice. The RES knob is key for making the robot talk. Turn it up for more vo-cal machines. Again, the OCTsets the root note of the oscillator.