# ArcSyn User Manual: Mod Sources

### Notes

- Modulation Matrix Sources A and B to be combined together and processed in different ways.
- Modulation sources can range between -1 and +1.

### OFF

Zero.

### LFO 1

### LFO 2

### LFO 3

### LFO 4

### LFO 5

### LFO 6

### LFO 7

### LFO 8

LFOs 1-8. These can be positive, negative or both depending on the setting of the LFO *OFFSET* control.

### ENV 1

### ENV 2

### ENV 3

### ENV 4

Envelopes 1-4. Envelope 4 is pre-patched to the main output level of **ArcSyn**. Envelope outputs are positive only, from 0 to 1.

### NOTE

MIDI note number. Positive only.

### VELOCITY

MIDI note velocity. Positive only.

### RELEASE

MIDI note release velocity. Very few MIDI keyboards generate release velocity information but it's here just in case yours does. It's also possible to edit release velocity information in the 'list' (or 'piano roll') editor in some sequencer/DAW programs. Positive only.

### MODWHEEL

MIDI modulation wheel. Positive only.

### PRESSURE

MIDI pressure sensitivity information, sometimes known as 'channel' pressure. Positive only.

### A-TOUCH

MIDI aftertouch or poly pressure information. Not many keyboards generate this! Positive only.

### PITCHBEND

MIDI pitch-bend wheel. This ranges from -1 to +1 and is unaffected by the MIDI pitch-bend +/- range setting.

### RANDOM

A random level between 0 and +1 is generated every time ArcSyn receives a MIDI note-on event.

### MOD 1

### MOD 2

### MOD 3

### MOD 4

### MOD 5

### MOD 6

### MOD 7

### MOD 8

### MOD 9

### MOD 10

### MOD 11

### MOD 12

### MOD 13

### MOD 14

### MOD 15

### MOD 16

The outputs of modulation matrix slots 1-16 are also available as modulation sources. They are taken before the modulation AMOUNT sliders so you don't need to adjust the slider levels to use them.

### NBR NOTES

A source which consists of a level from 0 to +1 which depends on how many voices are currently playing. If all 32 voices are playing, the level is +1.

### CONSTANT

A constant level of +1. Useful to control the level of other modulation sources or to use as an input to a modifier.