ArcSyn User Manual: Mod Destinations
No destination. TIP: Modulation slots set in this way can still be used as modulation sources.
Frequency (pitch) modulation of all 3 oscillators.
OSC 1 FRQ
OSC 2 FRQ
OSC 3 FRQ
Frequency modulation of oscillators 1 to 3.
Shape modulation of all 3 oscillators.
OSC 1 SHAPE
OSC 2 SHAPE
OSC 3 SHAPE
Shape modulation of oscillators 1 to 3.
OSC 1 LEVEL
OSC 2 LEVEL
OSC 3 LEVEL
Level modulation of oscillators 1 to 3.
OSC 1 F MIX
OSC 2 F MIX
OSC 3 F MIX
Filter mix modulation of oscillators 1 to 3. Filter mix controls the balance between how much oscillator output is sent to filter-1 and 2.
Frequency (cutoff) modulation of both filters.
FLT FRQ INV
Frequency modulation of both filters but with filter-2 modulation inverted so it will sweep in the opposite direction to filter-1.
FLT 1 FRQ
FLT 2 FRQ
Frequency modulation of filter-1 or 2.
FLT 1 RES
FLT 2 RES
Resonance modulation of filter-1 or 2.
FLT 1 DRIVE
FLT 2 DRIVE
Drive modulation of filter-1 or 2.
FLT 1 LEVEL
FLT 2 LEVEL
Level modulation of filter-1 or 2.
FLT 1 PAN
FLT 2 PAN
Pan modulation of filter-1 or 2. In PARALLEL effect routing mode, this controls the balance of signal sent to effect-1 and effect-3.
FLT 1 - 2
Controls how much of filter-1's output is sent to filter-2's input. This allows the filters to be routed in series.
Balance modulation of filters 1 and 2.
Level modulation of ArcSyn's pre-effect output. (This is separate to ArcSyn's MASTER level control which is positioned post-effect.) Because ArcSyn would produce no output without it, this destination is controlled by a constant modulation source of 1 which is multiplied by Env-4's output. As this is the maximum possible level, applying more positive modulation to this destination won't do anything, but negative modulation will reduce the output signal level.
LFO 1 FRQ
LFO 2 FRQ
LFO 3 FRQ
LFO 4 FRQ
LFO 5 FRQ
LFO 6 FRQ
LFO 7 FRQ
LFO 8 FRQ
Frequency modulation of LFOs 1 to 8. This only works if LFOs are not tempo-synced. There is no limit to LFO frequency so more positive modulation will always increase the LFO frequency.