4.2.4 The selectors:
The selectors (the filter mode selector for example) are manipulated like vertical
potentiometers by dragging with the mouse).
The filter “Modes” selector
4.2.5 Switches
The ARP2600 V has several types of switches. Simply click on these switches to change
their state.
MIDI sync on/off switch
4.2.6 Pitch Bend
The pitch bend knob is used to change the pitch of the oscillators. Just click on the knob
and move the mouse up or down to change the pitch of your sound. The knob goes back
to the center position when the mouse is released.
The pitch bend knob
4.3 Using cables
The connection of different modules (Oscillators, Filter, VCA...) to one another broadens
the possibilities for sound design. The ARP2600 V owes its extraordinary possibilities for
creation in a large part to the wide range of connections possible. On the original ARP
2600, all of the connections were done by two types of cables:
4.3.1 Audio and modulation connections
The audio connections can be used, for example, to route the audio output of a waveform
from an oscillator to the audio input of the filter or VCA mixer. In the same manner, the
modulation connections allow you to route the output of a LFO or envelope generator to
an oscillator PWM or the VCA modulation input. These audio and modulation signals are
perfectly compatible with each other, the only difference being that the audio signals are
“audible” of you connect them directly to the VCA, while the modulation signals are
generally not audible (as the frequency is too low for the human ear). Modulation signals
are generally used to program “slow” variations on certain synthesis settings, like the
filter cut-off frequency for example.
The audio output and input connectors, and the modulation out connectors
are represented differently in the graphical interface:
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