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1 Introduction 5
1.1 The birth of ARP Instruments and the ARP2600 5
1.2 A better emulation thanks to TAEĀ® 6
1.2.1 Aliasing-free oscillators 6
1.2.2 A better reproduction of analog oscillator waveforms 7
1.2.3 A better reproduction of analog filters 8
1.2.4 Ring modulator 8
2 ACTIVATION & FIRST START 9
2.1 Register & Activate 9
3 Quick start 10
3.1 Using presets 10
3.1.1 Now modify a preset 11
3.2 The 3 sections of the ARP2600 V 13
3.3 Overview of the Synthesizer 13
3.4 The sequencer 16
3.4.1 The ARP sequencer 16
3.4.2 The LFO 19
3.5 The effects 20
3.5.1 Chorus 20
3.5.2 Delay 21
3.6 Real-time controllers and MIDI assign 22
4 The interface 23
4.1 Using the presets 23
4.1.1 Choice of bank, sub-bank, preset 23
4.1.2 Creation of a bank, sub-bank, preset 24
4.1.3 Saving a user preset 24
4.1.4 Importation / Exportation of a preset bank 25
4.2 Use of controllers 26
4.2.1 Vertical linear potentiometers 26
4.2.2 Horizontal linear potentiometers 26
4.2.3 Knobs 26
4.2.4 The selectors: 27
4.2.5 Switches 27
4.2.6 Pitch Bend 27
4.3 Using cables 27
4.3.1 Audio and modulation connections 27
4.3.2 Modifying a connection 29
4.3.3 Setting the level of modulation 29
4.3.4 Separate the cables 30
4.3.5 Virtual keyboard 30
4.3.6 MIDI control 31
4.4 The sound map 34
4.4.1 The MAP main interface 35
4.4.2 The Sound Map overview 37
4.4.3 The LIST preset manager 39
4.4.4 The COMPASS morphing interface 40
5 The modules 43
5.1 Sound programming cabinet 43
5.1.1 Description 43
5.1.2 The Oscillators (VCO) 44
5.1.3 The Filter (VCF) 47
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