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LUXONIX
ravity
Operation Manual
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CONTENTS
0. Install Guide ..................................................................................
1) Files ................................................................
2) System Requirements ......................................
3) Installation ......................................................
4) Support Information.........................................
1. Introduction ...................................................................................
1) Special Features ..............................................
2) Specifications ..................................................
2. Overview ..........................................................................................
1) MOTHER SHIP - Ravity16 .................................
2) SYNTH MODULE - Ravity(S) ..............................
3) RHYTHM MODULE - Ravity(R) ...........................
3. Basic Functions ...........................................................................
1) Module Load ...................................................
2) Preset Use .......................................................
3) Knob Control ...................................................
4) Monitoring and Inputting Parameter Values .....
5) Automation .....................................................
6) MIDI Assign : HLMS ......................................
7) Clipboard Function ..........................................
8) Table of Hot- Keys ...........................................
4. Detailed Operations ..................................................................
1) SYNTH MODULE - Ravity(S) ..............................
2) RHYTHM MODULE - Ravity(R) ...........................
3) Effecting Module - LFX.....................................
5. Appendix .........................................................................................
1) Factory Default MIDI CC# Assignment Table ....
2) MIDI Implementation Chart .............................
6. Credits ..............................................................................................
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0. Install Guide 1) Files
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0. Install Guide
1) Files
Ravity is given with the native installation.
Filename Remarks
LUXONIX_ravityXXX_x_x_x_win.exe version x.x.x for PC Windows
LUXONIX_ravityXXX_x_x_x_mac.pkg version x.x.x for Mac OS X
* ravityXXX can be one of ravity(S), ravity(R) and ravity16.
Below files can be created by using Ravity. You can save and re-
store these files manually. To initialize the setting, just delete these
files and launch Ravity.
Filename Remarks
*.con for Configuration
*.ma for MIDI Assignment Setting
*.usr for User Category Presets
*.add for Additional Category Presets
*.plc for Preset Color Setting
0. Install Guide 2) System Requirements
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2) System Requirements
Minimum Requirements
PC : Pentium III compatible 700MHz CPU or higher
64MB RAM or higher
about 50MB hard disc space
Microsoft Windows 98/ ME/ 2000/ XP
MAC : G3 700MHz CPU or higher
64MB RAM or higher
about 50MB hard disc space
Mac OS X 10.3 or higher
Recommended Requirements
PC : Pentium 4 compatible 1.6GHz CPU or Higher
256MB RAM or Higher
about 50MB hard disc space
Microsoft Windows 2000/ XP
VST 2.3 compatible host application
MAC : G4 1.2GHz CPU or Higher
256MB RAM or Higher
about 50MB hard disc space
Mac OS X 10.3 or higher
VST 2.3 compatible host application
0. Install Guide 3) Installation
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3) Installation
* If you have installed any demo- version of Ravity, please un- install
the demo before continue to install Ravity.
PC:
- Double- click LUXONIX_RavityXXX_x_x_x_win.exe file to launch the
installer.
MAC:
- Double- click LUXONIX_RavityXXX_x_x_x_mac.dmg to mount, then
launch LUXONIX_RavityXXX_x_x_x_mac.pkg in the mounted drive.
0. Install Guide 3) Installation
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4) Support Information
WEB SITE:
http:/ / luxonix.com
E-MAIL:
qna@luxonix.com
FAX:
+83- 2- 2164- 9840
POST:
Zip Code: 150- 946
LUXONIX Co.
Suite 1206, Woolim e- BIZ Center 2,
Yangpyeong- dong 3(sam)- ga, Yeongdeungpo- gu, Seoul,
Korea, Republic of.
1. Introduction 1) Special Features
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1. Introduction
1) Special Features
Ravity is a virtual PCM synthesizer module which can perfectly re-
alize the hardware PCM synthesizers on your PC, only with 32MB
wave data. PCM synths, drum machines, and those vintage analog
synths which can define each era of the electronic music are all real-
ized in popular sound presets of Ravity.
Ravity will be your best tool with which you can effectively express
the musical feeling you have.
Neo Architectonic Virtual Instrument engine (NAVI )
NAVI engine is designed especially for taking the full advantage
of software instruments for the next generation VSTi user. NAVI
engine of Ravity occupies very little portion of your RAM and CPU.
You can load as many NAVIs onto your CPU as you want.
With the easy- to- use 16- multi timbre system of Ravity16,
4- LAYER system of Ravity(S)- SYNTH and 16- PAD system of
Ravity(R)- RHYTHM, you can create a whole variety of sound on your
PC.
Fully Optimized Effecting Module (FOEM )
The Effecting Module of Ravity, FOEM , with simple parameters
and optimized processing technologies, will let you enjoy handy and
solid sound processing.
Ravity has total of 24 high- quality effector algorithms. 18 of them
can be simultaneously used on the SYNTH MODULE, and 15 on the
RHYTHM MODULE.
Hyper Layered MIDI learn System (HLMS )
HLMS enables you to control the MIDI signal through the MIDI
controller.
1. Introduction 2) Specifications
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WYSIWYC ASSIGN- LAYER - What You See Is What You Control. You
can control buttons or knobs as you see them on the screen;
Individual ASSIGN- LAYER - You can make it possible to assign to all
controls independently; Performance ASSIGN- LAYER - You can make
various sounds through different MIDI assigns for each of your
presets.
2) Specifications
32MB wave data
32- bit sound processing
24 types of high- quality effector algorithm
MOTHER SHIP - Ravity16
32 factory sound presets
16 module slots
up to 16 stereo outputs
SYNTH MODULE - Ravity(S)
447 factory sound presets
512 polyphonic (256 voices) per instance
4 layers / 2 oscillators each layer
4x3 insertion effector slots / 1x3 master effector slots
RHYTHM MODULE - Ravity(R)
68 kit factory sound presets
64 polyphonic/ voices per instance
16 assignable pads/ layers
6 individual stereo buses/ outputs
1x3 insertion effector slots each stereo buses
support format:
- Microsoft Wave file(*.wav)
2. Overview 1) MOTHERSHIP - Ravity16
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2. Overview
1) MOTHER SHIP - Ravity16
1. Channel Status LED : Indicates the status of the channel. Blue -
selected, Dark Blue - linked, Red(Blink) - prior selected.
2. Channel LCD : Displays the channel number and the name of the
channel program. The area for channel selection.
3. Channel Module Slot : Loads a module - SYNTH MODULE or
RHYTHM MODULE. It can be empty for an unused channel.
4. Channel Mute/ Solo Switch : Makes the channel muted or solo.
5. Channel Arpeggiators On/ off Switch : The Arp switch can be used
to activate or bypass the arpeggiators of the channel.
6. Channel Effectors On/ off Switch : Toggles the FXs bypass of the
channel globally on and off.
7. Channel Volume Fader : Adjusts the level of the channel.
8. Channel Output : Routes the signal of the channel to the selected
individual stereo output.
9. Channel Level Meter : Displays the current level of the channel.
10. Channel Link Button : Links two channel both left and right, so
that those channels are controlled at once.
11. Channel Part Switch : Selects the displayed part of channels, 1~8
or 9~16.
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12. Global Mute/ Solo Cancel Button : Turns all channels mute/ solo
settings off.
13. Priority Mode Switch : Toggles Priority Mode. When it's on, all
MIDI messages are sent only to the current selected channel,
other channels are muted.
14. Function Menu : If you click the 'ravity16', the Function Menu will
appear. (some items can disappear)
- Panic : All Notes and Sound off.
- Show Manual : Shows PDF Manual. (This document)
- Number of Outputs : Sets the number of stereo outputs from 1 to
16. (applied after re- load)
- Fixed Window Size : An option for some host applications that do
NOT support setting the window size dynamically.
- Mixdown to Stereo : An option for some host applications that do
NOT support multi- output buses.
- Program... : Imports or exports program bank or patch file, and
set program.
- MIDI Assign... : Imports or exports MIDI Assignment Setting file,
and global functions.
2. Overview 2) SYNTH MODULE - Ravity(S)
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2) SYNTH MODULE - Ravity(S)
MAIN RACK
1. MAIN LCD : Displays the name of the category and preset.
2. Program Select Button : Use these two buttons to select the next
or previous preset.
3. PRESET BROWSER Button : Switches the PRESET BROWSER on and
off. If it is on, you'll see the PRESET BROWSER.
4. EDIT PANEL Button: Switches the EDIT PANEL on and off. If it is on,
you'll see the EDIT PANEL.
5. Preset Save Button : The Save button can be used to save the User
Preset.
6. Undo Button : The Undo button can be used to undo the editing.
7. Arpeggiators On/ off Button: The Arp switch can be used to acti-
vate or bypass the arpeggiators.
8. Effectors On/ off Button: Toggles the FXs bypass globally on and
off.
9. Quick Edit Knob : QEK, easy- to- use for sound editing, Knob for
the integrated automation.
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10. Quick Edit Knob Mode Select Button : This button switches the
mode of QEKs. QEK parameters mean one of 4 modes explained
below.
QEK#1 QEK#2 QEK#3 QEK#4
Filter Cutoff Resonance Mix Env. Amount
Filter envelope Attack Time Decay Time Sustain Level Release Time
Amp envelope Attack Time Decay Time Sustain Level Release Time
11. Main Volume Knob : Adjusts the main output volume.
12. Function Menu : If you click the 'LUXONIX', the Function Menu
will appear. (some items can disappear)
- Panic : All Notes and Sound off.
- Show Manual : Shows PDF Manual. (This document)
- Show Preset Browser/ Edit Panel/ Back Panel : Switches to Preset
Browser/ Edit Panel/ Back Panel.
- Override Tempo : You can force to set the tempo instead of sync
with the host application.
- Fixed Window Size : An option for some host applications that do
NOT support setting the window size dynamically.
- Program... : Imports or exports program bank or patch file.
- MIDI Assign... : Imports or exports MIDI Assignment Setting file,
global functions, and an option for GUI.
13. Show BACK PANEL : If you click the 'ravity(S)', the BACK PANEL
will appear.
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PRESET BROWSER

1. Category Group Section : Displays the groups of program
category.
2. Category Select Section : Displays the categories of the presets.
You can import/ export a category with Bank file(*.fxb) on
User/ Addition Categories by clicking the right mouse button.
3. Program Select Section : Program presets are shown and chosen
here.
4. Load Button : Use this button to load the preset you choose.
5. Cancel Button : Closes the PRESET BROWSER without loading the
selected preset.
6. Before finally choosing to Load/ Cancel, you can listen to the se-
lected preset sound.
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EDIT PANEL
1. LAYER Select Section : Selects the LAYER which you want to edit.
Toggles the LAYER on and off. Each LAYER can be liked to QEK of
the MAIN MODULE by clicking the Link switch.
2. LAYER Setting Section : Here, you can load or save the preset onto
the selected LAYER. The key range, velocity range and transpose
are also set here.
3. Sound Editing Section : Controls the parameters of the selected
LAYER.
4. EDIT LCD : Displays the value and the information of parameters.
5. Effector Section : The insertion/ master effector's parameters of
the selected LAYER are adjusted here.
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BACK PANEL
1. Manual Link : Loads the manual.
2. Default Panel Setting : Sets the default aspect of Ravity(R) on you
host program. *Some host applications do NOT support this
function.
3. MIDI Assign Section : Resets or reports the values of the MIDI
Assign.
4. Velocity Curves : Selects MIDI Velocity- response curve.
5. Return : Closes the BACK PANEL and returns to the front panel.
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3) RHYTHM MODULE - Ravity(R)
MAIN RACK
1. MAIN LCD : Displays the name of the category and preset.
2. Program Select Button : Use these two buttons to select the next
or previous preset.
3. PRESET BROWSER Switch : Switch the PRESET BROWSER on and off.
If it is on, you'll see the PRESET BROWSER.
4. EDIT PANEL Switch : Switch the EDIT PANEL on and off. If it is on,
you'll see the EDIT PANEL.
5. Preset Save Button : The Save button can be used to save the User
Preset.
6. Undo Button : The Undo button can be used to undo the editing.
7. Effectors On/ off Switch : Toggles the FXs bypass globally on and
off.
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8. Quick Edit Knob : QEK, Easy- to- use for leveling.
9. Quick Edit Knob Mode Select Button : This button switches the
mode of QEKs. QEK parameters mean the volumes of each
INSTRUMENT.
10. Main Volume Knob : Adjusts the main output volume.
11. Function Menu : If you click the 'LUXONIX', the Function Menu
will appear.
- Panic : All Notes and Sound off.
- Show Manual : Shows PDF Manual. (This document)
- Show Preset Browser/ Edit Panel/ Back Panel : Switches to Preset
Browser/ EditPanel/ Back Panel.
- Override Tempo : You can force to set the tempo instead of sync
with the host application.
- Fixed Window Size : An option for some host applications that do
NOT support setting the window size dynamically.
- Mixdown to Stereo : An option for some host applications that do
NOT support multi- output buses.
- Program... : Imports or exports program bank or patch file.
- MIDI Assign... : Imports or exports MIDI Assignment Setting file,
global functions, and an option for GUI.
12. Show BACK PANEL : If you click the 'ravity(S)', the BACK PANEL
will appear.
2. Overview 3) RHYTHM MODULE - Ravity(R)
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PRESET BROWSER

1. Category Group Section : Displays the groups of program
category.
2. Category Select Section : Displays the categories of the presets.
You can import/ export a category with Bank file(*.fxb) on
User/ Addition Categories by clicking the right mouse button.
3. Program Select Section : Program presets are shown and chosen
here.
4. Load Button : Use this button to load the preset you choose.
5. Cancel Button : Closes the PRESET BROWSER without loading the
selected preset.
6. Before finally choosing to Load/ Cancel, you can listen to the se-
lected preset sound.
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EDIT PANEL
1. EDIT LCD : Displays the information of the currently selected PAD.
You can check the PAD data and the WAVE data and change them
on the selected PAD. Name and value of the parameter being con-
trolled will appear on here.
2. INSTRUMENT PAD : Selects the PAD to be edited. When a PAD is
selected, it gives you the audition sound. As where you click on a
PAD, the velocity of sound is adjusted. Shift- Click allows you to
select a PAD without the audition sound.
3. MIDI Select Switch : When the MIDI Select button is turned on, you
can select any PAD you want by pushing your hardware MIDI
keyboard.
4. INSTRUMENT Load/ Save : You can load or save the preset onto or
from the selected PAD.
5. INSTRUMENT Edit Section : You can edit the sound on the selected
PAD in this section.
6. Output Select Button : Sets the output bus of the selected PAD.
7. Mute Group Select Button : You can set the 3 mute groups. These
buttons switch to monophonic mode.
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8. Effector Section : Sets the parameters of effector on the selected
PAD.
9. Voice Limit : Sets the maximum number of notes that can be
played simultaneously.
BACK PANEL
1. Manual Link : Loads the manual.
2. Default Panel Setting : Sets the default aspect of Ravity(R) on you
host program. *Some host applications do NOT support this
function.
3. MIDI Assign Section : Resets or reports the values of the MIDI
Assign.
4. Default Bottom Note Setting : Sets the Default Bottom Note.
5. Velocity Curves : Selects MIDI Velocity- response curve.
6. Return : Closes the BACK PANEL and returns to the front panel.
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3. Basic Functions
1) Module Load
1. Click the Channel Module Slot, then the Module Menu will appear.
2. Select a module. SYNTH is for melodic sound, and RHYTHM is for
percussion sound. Or you can select 'empty' for unused channels.
3. Then the module you selected will be loaded in the channel.
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2) Preset Use
1. If you press the Preset button on the MAIN MODULE or click the
name of category on the MAIN LCD or press the 'p' key on your
computer keyboard, you'll see the PRESET BROWSER.
2. Select the group and category on the left side of the PRESET
BROWSER. you can also use the PageUp/ PageDown keys here.
3. Select the preset on the right side of the PRESET BROWSER. You
can listen to the selected preset sound by playing with your hard-
ware keyboard. The cursor keys can be used here.
4. To load the full program preset, simply double- click the name of
the preset, or click the Load button on the bottom right side of
the PRESET BROWSER or press the Enter key in your computer
keyboard.
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5. If you press the Cancel button on the bottom right side of the
PRESET BROWSER or press the Esc key in your computer key-
board, the PRESET BROWSER will disappear.
6. To assign color to individual preset, use the right button of your
mouse or '1'~'5' numeric keys on your computer keyboard. To re-
set the colors of the presets in the selected category, use the
Reset function on the menu opened when you click the right but-
ton of your mouse.
7. If you close the PRESET BROWSER or open the EDIT PANEL, the
alert window will appear to check if you really need to load the
program.
8. You can send MIDI Bank Select and Program Change message to
select a preset. Bank No# - category, Program No# - program.
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3) Knob Control
1. Both circular and linear types of control are possible with your
mouse. The type of controlling knobs is set by the host applica-
tion basically. If the host supports 'Relative Circular' type, you can
switch it by the Alt/ Option key pressed. *Some host applications
do NOT support this function.
- Circular : You can circularly fine- tune the knob by dragging your
mouse to far away from the knob.
- Linear : You can linearly fine- tune the knob by dragging your
mouse with the Shift key pressed.
2. In the circular mode, you can set the
value of the knob by just clicking
the value you want. In the linear
mode, click the knob first and drag
your mouse to adjust the value.
3. You can also use your mouse wheel to adjust the value. Roll the
wheel with the mouse pointer over the knob. If you want to
fine- tune the value,
roll the wheel with
the Shift key
pressed. *Some
host applications
do NOT support
this function.
4. To reset the value of the knob, click the knob with the
Ctrl/ Command key pressed. *Some host applications do NOT
support this function.
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4) Monitoring and Inputting
Parameter Values
*Some host applications do NOT
support this function.
1. To display the name and value of parameters, simply click the
name of parameter under the knob on the EDIT PANEL.
2. You can directly input the value through the computer keyboard.
You don't need to input the unit of parameter. Bracketed value is
recognized 0~127(or - 64~63 in some parameters) as the value of
MIDI.
ex> Input '0.074' on Amp.Env.Attack - > recognized as 0.074sec
ex> Input '(52' or '(52)' on Amp.Env.Attack - > recognized as 0.686sec
3. To complete the process, press the Enter/ Return key after input-
ting the value. If you simply click the other part of the window or
press Esc key, the inputted value will be canceled.
5) Automation
Ravity can be automated using the automation functionality from
your host application. Refer to your host application's manual to
learn more about this. *Some host applications do NOT support this
function.
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6) MIDI Assign : HLMS
Developed independently by LUXONIX, HLMS is a brand- new
MIDI control system which enables you to control the MIDI CC#
through the MIDI controller. All parameters on Ravity are controled
not only by MIDI CC# but also by extended signals like on/ off veloc-
ity, pitch bend, aftertouch. *Some host applications do NOT support
this function.
You can use the 3 types of MIDI ASSIGN- LAYER.
WYSIWYC Individual Performance
Individual assign X X O
Only this preset X O O
1. WYSIWYC : What You See Is What You Control. This ASSIGN- LAYER
can be effectively used to control the Ravity through the hardware
MIDI controller.
- Same CC# is assigned to knob or button on the every
LAYER(PAD). But, you can only control the parameter which you
can see now on the screen.
- When you're using many Ravities simultaneously, same CC# is
assigned to all Ravities.
Tip! Controller with many knobs and faders : You can assign to all pa-
rameters through the WYSIWYC ASSIGN- LAYER.
Tip! Controller with about 4 knobs and faders : You can assign to QEK
in the MAIN RACK through the WYSIWYC ASSIGN- LAYER.
2. Individual : Makes it possible to independently assign to all
controls.
- All parameters can be controlled independently, regardless of
whether you can see them on the screen or not.
- When you're using many Ravities simultaneously, same CC# is
assigned to all Ravities.
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Tip! Controller with about 12 knobs and faders : You can assign to QEK
in the MAIN RACK through the Individual ASSIGN- LAYER.
3. Performance : This MIDI ASSIGN- LAYER can be very useful for
playing the expressive preset sounds.
Direct Assign
1. To control the parameter
through the MIDI CC#,
click the right button of
your mouse on the knob
or button and open the
MIDI Assign menu.
2. Select a MIDI CC# from the Assign menu of the desired MIDI
ASSIGN- LAYER.
3. To check the MIDI CC#, click the right button of your mouse
again.
- Forget : Cancels the MIDI Assign.
- Set Min : Sets minimum value controllable by MIDI signal.
- Set Max : Sets maximum value controllable by MIDI signal.
- Reverse : Reverses the increase and decrease of the MIDI signal.
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Learn Assign
1. Click the right button of
your mouse on the knob or
button and open the MIDI
Assign menu.
2. If you select the Learn menu
in one of these MIDI
ASSIGN- LAYERs, Ravity will
be in the stand- by status to
accept MIDI signal. If you select the Cancel menu, Ravity will can-
cel the stand- by status. You can set multiple parameters to
stand- by status, and make them to be controlled by the same
MIDI CC#.
3. Tweak the knob or fader of
your MIDI controller, so that
Ravity can learn the MIDI sig-
nal to assign.
4. The value of parameter will be
effective as soon as you tweak
the knob or fader.
5. Other functions work in the
same way as in the Direct Assign.
Global Functions
1. To reset or report the MIDI Assign setup, use the MIDI Assign
Section on BACK PANEL or the Function Menu of Ravity.
- Factory Reset : Resets the MIDI Assign set-
up to factory default. (It will not apply to
the Performance ASSIGN- LAYER)
- Clear : Clears all the MIDI Assign setup.
- Report : Makes a TXT file about the current
MIDI Assign setup and displays it.
- Show/ Hide on GUI : Toggles whether MIDI
Assign setup shows on GUI or not.
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7) Clipboard Function
1. To open the Clipboard menu, click the right button of your mouse
on one channel name. (or on one Effect Slot / LAYER / PAD)
2. If you select the Copy, the setup of the channel slot is copied to
the temporary memory.
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3. If you want to use the setup the Clipboard on another channel
name, just right click on it and choose the Paste menu.
4. If you select the Swap on the Clipboard menu, the setup of the
current channel and the one on the Clipboard are swapped.
5. The Clipboard is shared by multiple number of Ravities on your
system. So setups of different instances of Ravity can be swap-
ped, or copied and pasted to each other.
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PC Macintosh
Shift Shift
Ctrl Command
Alt Alt/ Option
8) Tables of Hot-Keys
*Some host applications do NOT support using of your computer
keyboard. Or when some options, such as 'Always On Top', are
turned on, the computer keyboard may
be unusable. Refer to the manual of
your host application.
Key Function
MOTHER
SHIP
F1 Show Manual
'1'~'8' Select Channel
'9' Switch Channel Part
- 'M' Report MIDI Assign
'Z' Panic (All Notes/ Sound Off)
- - F9/ F10 Import/ Export Program (.fxp)
- - F9/ F10 Import/ Export MIDI Assign (.ma)
MAIN
RACK
'S' Switch Quick Edit Knob Mode
Home/ End Previous/ Next Preset
'A' Arpeggiators On/ off (SYNTH MODULE only)
'F' Effectors On/ off
'P' Open/ close PRESET BROWSER
'E' Open/ close EDIT PANEL
'U' Undo Last Editing
'B' Show BACK PANEL
F9/ F10 Import/ Export Bank (.fxb)
- F9/ F10 Import/ Export Program (.fxp)
- F9/ F10 Import/ Export MIDI Assign (.ma)
'M' Report MIDI Assign
'I' Show/ Hide MIDI Assign on GUI
PRESET
BROWSER
Up/Down/Left/ Right Navigate Presets
PageUp/ PageDown Previous/ Next Category
Enter Load Preset
Esc Return with Cancel
'1'/ '2'/ '3'/ '4'/ '5' Select Preset Color
EDIT
PANEL
'1'/ '2'/ '3'/ '4' Select Layer
'T' Show/ Hide MASTER EFFECTING MODULE
3. Basic Functions 8) Tables of Hot-Keys
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MEMO
4. Detailed Operations 1) SYNTH MODULE - Ravity(S)
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4. Detailed Operations
1. SYNTH MODULE - Ravity(S)
4-LAYER System

Ravity(S) is composed of 4 LAYERs. Each LAYER works as an in-
dependent synthesizer, and has the individual preset to itself. Each
LAYER has its own INSERTION EFFECTING MODULE. And all LAYERs
are connected to one MASTER EFFECTING MODULE.

1. LAYER Selecting : To select the LAYER, simply click the area
marked in red on the above picture.
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2. LAYER On/ off Switch : Switches the LAYER on and off. An activat-
ing LAYER's LED is turned red. A playing LAYER's one is turned
green.
3. LAYER QEK Link Button : Links the LAYER's parameters to the QEK
of MAIN MODULE. Linked LAYER's parameters are set by QEK's ab-
solute value. However, other linked LAYERs won't be affected by
knobs on the EDIT PANEL.
4. LAYER Name : Displays the name of the LAYER. You can change
the name here by clicking and editing it.
5. LAYER Load/ Save Button : Loads or saves the preset onto the se-
lected LAYER. The preset also contains the setup of of INSERTION
EFFECTING MODULE.
6. LAYER Key Range : Sets the value of the MIDI note key range of the
each LAYER. You can set this by pushing your master keyboard.
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7. LAYER Velocity Range : Sets the value of the MIDI note velocity
range of the each LAYER. You can set this by pushing your master
keyboard.
8. LAYER Transpose : Sets the MIDI note octave- transposition of the
each LAYER. This function is very useful for assigning the differ-
ent sounds to different part of the hardware master keyboard.
Basic Settings
1. Master Tune : Sets the
total pitch of each
LAYER within a range
from 415.5Hz to
465.9Hz.
2. Pitch bend Range : Sets
the pitchbend range of
each LAYER within a
range from - 12 to +12
semitones.
3. Voice Limit : Sets the maximum number of notes that can be
played simultaneously within a range from 1 to 64 voices. 1 voice
corresponds to 1 MIDI note even when 1 LAYER uses 2 oscillators.
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4. Glide Time : Sets the time of portamento which controls the pitch,
velocity and frequency of the filter cutoff.

5. Glide Auto/ Manual : When it's set to Auto, Ravity(S) will automati-
cally glide from the note you played last to the one you play now.

6. Mono Re- trigger : When this switch is on and the voice limit is set
to 1 voice, the oscillators and envelopes will restart when a new
note starts.
7. LAYER Volume : Sets the volume of each LAYER behind the
INSERTION EFFECTING MODULE.
8. LAYER Pan : Sets the pan of each LAYER behind the INSERTION
EFFECTING MODULE.
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Oscillators
Each LAYER has two oscillators in Ravity(S), and each oscillator can
load one WAVE data onto itself. You can use total of 181 WAVEs in
Ravity(S).
1. OSC WAVE Name : Displays
the name of the WAVE cur-
rently being used. To
change the WAVE, click the
name of WAVE or or press
the arrow buttons on both
sides. The name of an un-
used oscillator will be
blank.
2. OSC1/ 2 Octave : Sets the pitch of each oscillator by octave within
a range from - 2 to +2 octaves.
3. OSC1/ 2 Semitone : Sets the pitch of each oscillator by semitones
within a range from - 12 to +12 semitones.
4. OSC1/ 2 Finetone : Sets the pitch of each oscillator in detail within
a range from - 100 to +100 cents.
5. OSC Mix : Sets the balance of 2 oscillators.
6. OSC LFO Amount : Sets the amount of oscillator pitch through
LFO signal. If the amount is 100%, the pitch will be be changed
within a range from - 64 to +64 semitones.
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Filter
LPF, Low- Pass Filter blocks any partials above the cutoff
frequency.
HPF, High- Pass Filter blocks any partials below the cutoff fre-
quency, contrary to LPF.
LPF and HPF are parallel connected in filters of Ravity(S).
1. Filter Cutoff : Adjusts the
cutoff frequency in the
order of Hz that applies
to both LPF and HPF.
2. Filter Resonance : Adjusts
Q, the resonance of the
filter, which amplifies the
band of cutoff frequency.
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3. Filter Mix : Sets the volume balance between the low passed
sound and the high passed sound.
4. Filter Envelope Amount : Sets the amount of the cutoff frequency
change that is caused by the filter envelope generator. This ap-
plies to both LPF and HPF.
5. Filter Envelope Invert Switch : Inverts the signal from the filter en-
velope generator. This is very useful with the HPF.
6. Filter Keyboard Tracking : Changes the cutoff frequency accord-
ing to the pitch of each note within a range from - 100 to +100
percents.
- When the value of this parameter is over 0%, the cutoff frequency
will increase.
- When the value of this parameter is under 0%, the cutoff fre-
quency will decrease.
7. Filter Type Select Button : Sets the type of the frequency response
of the filter. '- 12dB/ oct' means that the volume decreases by
12dB per every octave. - 24dB/ oct gives you a sharper filtering
than - 12dB/ oct.

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8. Filter LFO Amount : Sets the amount of cutoff frequency change
that is caused by the LFO signal.
9. Filter Envelope Generator : Changes the cutoff frequency as time
elapses.

A : Sets the attack time within a range from 0.0 to 10 seconds.
D : Sets the decay time within a range from 0.01 to 30 seconds.
S : Sets the sustain level within a range from 0 to 100 percents.
R : Sets the release time within a range from 0.01 to 20 seconds.
10. Filter Velocity Amount : Sets the amount of total level change of
the envelope generator that is caused by the MIDI note velocity.
When the amount is set to 100%, the level of the filter envelope
will be hypersensitive to the change of the velocity of each note.
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Amplifier
1. LAYER Volume : Sets the final volume of each LAYER after the
INSERTION EFFECTING MODULE.
2. LAYER Pan : Sets the final pan of each LAYER after the INSERTION
EFFECTING MODULE.
3. Amp Envelope Generator : Changes the volume as time elapses.

A : Sets the attack time within a range from 0.0 to 10 seconds.
D : Sets the decay time within a range from 0.01 to 30 seconds.
S : Sets the sustain level within a range from 0 to 100 percents.
R : Sets the release time within a range from 0.01 to 20 seconds.
4. Amp Velocity Amount : Sets the amount of total level change of
the envelope generator that is caused by the MIDI note velocity.
When the amount is set to 100%, the level of amp envelope will be
hypersensitive to the change of the velocity of each note.
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LFO
LFO, Low Frequency Oscillator generates wave signals with very
low frequency. It is used for changing the pitch or the cutoff fre-
quency of the filter.
ex> Pitch vibrato using the modulation wheel.
1. LFO Waveform : Selects the LFO waveform.
Ravity(S) offers sine - triangle - sawtooth -
square - random waveform. Snake and
Random waveform are signals without any
periodic component, but Snake has no hard
edge.

2. LFO Waveform Invert Switch : Inverts the signal from the LFO.
3. LFO Key Sync : Sets the period of the LFO to synchronize with the
first MIDI note.
4. LFO BPM Sync : Sets the speed of the LFO to synchronize with the
BPM tempo of the host program. (some host programs don't sup-
port this function)
5. LFO Amount : Sets the level of the LFO signal.
6. LFO Rate : Sets the speed of the LFO signal.
- When the LFO BPM Sync is turned off, you can control the LFO
Rate by Hz unit within a range from 0.01 to 100 Hz.
- When the LFO BPM Sync is turned on, you can control the LFO
Rate by the note unit within a range from 8/ 1(8bars) to 1/ 32T
notes.
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Arpeggiator
1. ARP On/ off Switch : Switches the ar-
peggiator of each LAYER on and off.
(Check the Arpeggiators On/ off
Switch of the MAIN MODULE)
2. ARP Key Sync : Sets the period of the
arpeggiator to synchronize with the
MIDI note.
3. ARP Gate Time : Sets the note length
played by the arpeggiator.
4. ARP Latch : Keeps the note played even after you stop playing it.
5. ARP Pattern : You can select the playing pattern of the arpeggio.

6. ARP Rate : Sets the speed of the arpeggiator to synchronize with
the BPM tempo of the host program. You can control the ARP Rate
by the note unit within a range from 1/ 1D(1.5bar) to 1/ 32T
notes.
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7. ARP Octave : Sets the octave range of the arpeggiator.

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2. RHYTHM MODULE - Ravity(R)
16-INSTRUMENT System
Ravity(R) is composed of 16 PADs. Each PAD can load one
INSTRUMENT onto itself. And, each INSTRUMENT can be set to out-
put through one of 6 stereo outputs. Each output has its own
OUTPUT EFFECTING MODULE.
1. PADs : To select the INSTRUMENT, simply click the PAD.
2. B0/ B1 Switch : If the B0/ B1 switch is down, every PAD is assigned
to the MIDI notes within B0 and D1. Otherwise if the B0/ B1 switch
is up, every PAD is assigned to the MIDI notes within B1 and D2.
This setting of B0/ B1 switch is saved and loaded only with the
program preset. If you change the default setting of the B0/ B1
switch, use the Default Bottom Note on the BACK PANEL.
3. MIDI Select Switch : When the MIDI Select button is turned on, you
can select any PAD you want by pushing your hardware keyboard.
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PAD/INSTRUMENT
1. Displays the number of the currently selected PAD and the MIDI
note.
2. Displays the name of the INSTRUMENT. You can change the name
here by clicking and editing. Click the arrow buttons on both
sides to navigate INSTRUMENTs, Shift- Click is available for no
sound.
3. INSTRUMENT Load Button : Loads the preset onto the selected
PAD.
4. INSTRUMENT Save Button : Saves the currently edited
INSTRUMENT to the User Preset.
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WAVE & Pitch
Ravity(R) has the 168 internal WAVEs. Each INSTRUMENT can load
one WAVE. Or you can import external file formatted below.
- Microsoft Wave file(*.wav) - any sample rate, 8/ 16/ 24/ 32bit,
mono/ stereo
1. WAVE Name : Displays the name of the WAVE currently being
used. To change the WAVE, click the name of WAVE data or press
the arrow buttons on both sides. Shift- Click to change the WAVE
without sound. If you want to import external file, select
<external>, or just drag and drop a file on a PAD which you
want.
2. WAVE Reverse : Enables you to use backward played WAVE.
Shift- Click is available for no sound.
3. WAVE Semitone : Sets the pitch of the WAVE within a range from
- 12 to +12 semitones.
4. WAVE Finetone : Sets the pitch of the WAVE in detail within a
range from - 100 to +100 cents.
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Filter
1. Filter Cutoff : Adjusts the cutoff frequency in the order of Hz that
applies to both LPF and HPF.
2. Filter Resonance : Adjusts Q, the resonance of the filter, which
amplifies the band of cutoff frequency.
3. Filter Mix : Sets the volume balance between the low passed and
the high passed sound.
4. Filter Envelope Amount : Sets the amount of the cutoff frequency
change that is caused by the amplifier envelope generator. This
applies to both LPF and HPF.
5. Filter Velocity Amount : Sets the amount of total level change of
the envelope generator that is caused by the MIDI note velocity.
When the amount is set to 100%, the level of the filter cutoff will
be hypersensitive to the change of the MIDI note velocity.
6. Filter Type Select Button : Sets the type of frequency response of
the filter.
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Amplifier
1. Amp Volume : Sets the volume of each INSTRUMENT behind the
INSERTION EFFECTING MODULE.
2. Amp Pan : Sets the pan of each INSTRUMENT behind the
INSERTION EFFECTING MODULE.
3. Amp Envelope Generator : Changes the volume as time elapses.
A : Sets the attack time within a range from 0.0 to 10 seconds.
H : Sets the decay time within a range from 0.0 to 30 seconds.
R : Sets the release time within a range from 0.01 to 20 seconds.
4. Amp Velocity Amount : Sets the amount of total level change of
the envelope generator that is caused by the MIDI note velocity.
When the amount is set to 100%, the level of the amp envelope
will be hypersensitive to the change of the MIDI note velocity.
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Output &Mute Group
1. Output Select Button : You can select any output you want.
Ravity(R) has 6 stereo outputs with individual OUTPUT EFFECTING
MODULEs. The OUTPUT EFFECTING MODULE of current selected
output will automatically appear on the bottom of the EDIT
PANEL.
2. Mute Group Select Button : You can set maximum 3 mute groups.
INSTRUMENTs tied into the same mute group will work in the
monophonic mode.
If you click on PAD, other PADs in the
same mute group will be marked in
blue LED. To cancel the mute group,
simply click the selected mute group
button again.
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3) Effecting Module - LFX

Ravity Effecting Module - LFX has 3 Effector Slots serially
connected. 24 different kinds of effectors can be loaded here.
Basic Control
1. - For SYNTH MODULE, the INSERTION EFFECTING MODULE of cur-
rently selected LAYER will automatically appear on the bottom
of the EDIT PANEL.
- For RHYTHM MODULE, the OUTPUT EFFECTING MODULE of the
currently selected PAD/ INSTRUMENT will automatically appear
in the bottom of the EDIT PANEL.
2. For SYNTH MODULE only, if you press the Master button on the
left side, the MASTER EFFECTING MODULE will appear. And if you
click the Master button again, the INSERTION EFFECTING MODULE
of the currently selected LAYER will appear.
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3. EFFECT LCD : Displays the name of the currently selected
Effecting Module and detailed values of parameters of the cur-
rently selected effector slot. To copy or paste the setup of each
Effecting Module, simply click the name of Effecting Module.
- Copy to : Copies the setup from the setup of currently selected
Effecting Module to another Effecting Module.
- Copy from : Copies the setup from the setup of another Effecting
Module to the currently selected Effecting Module.
- Swap for : Swaps the setup of currently selected Effecting Module
with that of another Effecting Module.
4. Effector On/ off Switch : The Effector On/ off switch can be used to
activate or bypass the effector slot.
5. Effector Name : Displays the name of effector. To change the ef-
fector, click the name.
Types & Parameters
S- FILTER 12
A filter with parallel connected - 12dB/ oct type LPF and HPF.
Cutoff
20.0 ~ 20000.0 Hz
Sets the cutoff frequency of the filter.
Resonance
0.0 ~ 100.0 %
Sets the resonance of filter.
Mix
L 100 ~ H 100 %
Sets the volume balance between low passed and
high passed sound.
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S- FILTER 24
A filter with parallel connected - 24dB/ oct type LPF and HPF.
Cutoff
20.0 ~ 20000.0 Hz
Sets the cutoff frequency of the filter.
Resonance
0.0 ~ 100.0 %
Sets the resonance of the filter.
Mix
L 100 ~ H 100 %
Sets the volume balance between low passed and
high passed sound.
3- BAND EQ
3- band equalizer modeling of channel EQs of famous analog mixers.
Low
- 12.04 ~ +12.04 dB
Cuts or boosts the band of the low frequency under 80 Hz.
Mid
- 12.04 ~ +12.04 dB
Cuts or boosts the band of the middle frequency around
2.5KHz.
High
- 12.04 ~ +12.04 dB
Cuts or boosts the band of the high frequency over 12KHz.
PEAK COMPRESSOR
Produces the compressed sound with the peak level detection.
Threshold
- 40.00 ~ 0.00 dB
Sets the level of threshold.
Ratio
1.0:1 ~ 20.0:1
Sets the ratio of compression.
Release
10 ~ 5000 ms
Sets the release time of compression.
RMS COMPRESSOR
Produces the compressed sound with the RMS level detection.
Threshold
- 40.00 ~ 0.00 dB
Sets the level of threshold.
Ratio
1.0:1 ~ 20.0:1
Sets the ratio of compression.
Release
10 ~ 5000 ms
Sets the release time of compression.
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OVERDRIVE
Simulates the up- to- date overdriven effector.
Drive
100 ~ 400 %
Sets the intensity of overdriven sound.
Tone
0.0 ~ 100.0 %
Sets the brightness of sound.
Level
- oo ~ 0.00 dB
Sets the level of the final output.
DISTORTION
Simulates the powerful distortion effector.
Drive
100 ~ 400 %
Sets the intensity of distorted sound.
Tone
0.0 ~ 100.0 %
Sets the brightness of sound.
Level
- oo ~ 0.00 dB
Sets the level of the final output.
AMP DISTORTION
Simulates the distortion feature of the guitar amplifier.
Drive
100 ~ 800 %
Sets the intensity of distorted sound.
Tone
0.0 ~ 100.0 %
Sets the brightness of sound.
Level
- oo ~ 0.00 dB
Sets the final level of output.
CRUSHER
Modulates the sample rate and the bit depth of sound.
Sample rate
1 ~ 192000 Hz
Sets the sample rate.
Bits
1.0 ~ 32.0 bits
Sets the bit depth.
Tone
0.0 ~ 100.0 %
Sets the brightness of sound.
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LP NOISE
Realizes the noise effect of the vintage LP turntable.
Crackle
0.0 ~ 100.0 %
Sets the level of the crackle noise.
Dirty
0.0 ~ 100.0 %
Sets the level of the white noise.
Year
1950 ~ 2000
Sets the brightness of noise sound.
STEREO IMAGE
Makes the stereo sound and sets the width of the stereo.
Time
R 10.0 ~ L 10.0 ms
Sets the time lag between left and right channel.
Balance
L 100.0 %~ R 100.0 %
Sets the volume balance between left and right
channel.
Width
0.0 ~ 200.0 %
Sets the width of the stereo.
AUTO WAH
Offers the wah- wah effect using the LFO.
Rate
8/ 1 ~ 1/ 32T note
Sets the speed of the LFO.
Width
0.0 ~ 100.0 %
Sets the frequency width of modulation.
Center
46.7 ~ 3937.9 Hz
Sets the center frequency.
Tip! To use the pedal wah, set the width as 0.0%on AUTO WAH and
tweak the knob of Center real- time.
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CHORUS
Realizes the chorus effect.
Rate
0.10 ~ 20.00 Hz
Sets the speed of the modulation.
Width
0.0 ~ 100.0 %
Sets the intensity of the modulation.
Depth
0.0 ~ 100.0 %
Sets the depth of the modulation.
FLANGER
Realizes the flange effect of the tape reel.
Rate
8/ 1 ~ 1/ 32T note
Sets the speed of the modulation.
Width
0.0 ~ 100.0%
Sets the intensity of the modulation.
Feedback
0.0 ~ 100.0 %
Sets the level of feedback.
PHASER
Realizes the phaser effect using the phase difference.
Rate
8/ 1 ~ 1/ 32T note
Sets the speed of the modulation.
Width
0.0%~ 100.0%
Sets the intensity of the modulation.
Feedback
0.0%~ 100.0%
Sets the level of feedback.
TREMOLO
Changes the volume using the LFO.
Wave
Sine / Triangle / Sawtooth / Square
Offers the LFO waveforms.
Rate
8/ 1 ~ 1/ 32T note
Sets the speed of the LFO.
Depth
0.0 ~ 100.0 %
Sets the depth of the volume change.
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AUTO PAN
changes the pan using the LFO.
Wave
Sine / Triangle / Sawtooth / Square
Offers the LFO waveforms.
Rate
8/ 1 ~ 1/ 32T note
Set the speed of the LFO.
Depth
0.0 ~ 100.0 %
Sets the depth of the pan change.
DELAY
Realizes the general echo.
Time
1/ 1 ~ 1/ 64T note
Sets the delay time.
Feedback
0.0 ~ 100.0 %
Sets the ratio of feedback.
Level
- oo ~ 0.00 dB
Sets the level of relayed sound.
STEREO DELAY
Realizes the stereo echo.
Time
1/ 1 ~ 1/ 64T note
Sets the delay time.
Feedback
0.0 ~ 100.0 %
Sets the ratio of feedback.
Level
- oo ~ 0.00 dB
Sets the level of relayed sound.
PING- PONG DELAY
Realizes the stereo ping- pong delay.
Time
1/ 1 ~ 1/ 64T note
Sets the delay time.
Feedback
0.0 ~ 100.0 %
Sets the ratio of feedback.
Level
- oo ~ 0.00 dB
Sets the level of relayed sound.
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GATE REVERB
Simulates the reverb feature of the gate feedback.
Time
0.00 ~ 5.00 sec
Sets the reverb time.
Tone
0.0 ~ 100.0 %
Sets the brightness of reverb with the reflector.
Level
- oo ~ 0.00 dB
Sets the level of reverb sound.
ROOM REVERB
Simulates the reverb feature of the small room.
Time
0.00 ~ 5.00 sec
Sets the reverb time.
Tone
0.0 ~ 100.0 %
Sets the brightness of reverb with the reflector.
Level
- oo ~ 0.00 dB
Sets the level of reverb sound.
HALL REVERB
Simulates the reverb feature of the large hall.
Time
0.00 ~ 5.00 sec
Sets the reverb time.
Tone
0.0 ~ 100.0 %
Sets the brightness of reverb with the reflector.
Level
- oo ~ 0.00 dB
Sets the level of reverb sound.
SPRING REVERB
Simulates the reverb feature of the spring echo.
Time
0.00 ~ 5.00 sec
Sets the reverb time.
Tone
0.0 ~ 100.0 %
Sets the brightness of reverb with the reflector.
Level
- oo ~ 0.00 dB
Sets the level of reverb sound.
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5. Appendix
1) Factory Default MIDI CC# Assignment Table
MIDI
CC#
Name Assignment Target Remarks
000 Bank Select Category Change* Program Change also acceptable.
007 Volume Main Volume
010 Pan Main Panorama*
064 Sustain Sustain Pedal* SYNTH MODULE only
066 Sostenuto Sostenuto Pedal* SYNTH MODULE only
071 Harmonique QEK: Filter - Resonance SYNTH MODULE only
072 Release QEK: Amp - Release Time SYNTH MODULE only
073 Attack QEK: Amp - Attack SYNTH MODULE only
074 Bright QEK: Filter - Cutoff SYNTH MODULE only
* firmly assigned.
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2) MIDI Implementation Chart
Function Recognised
Basic Channel Default
Change
1~16
1~16
Note number True Voice
- SYNTH MODULE
- RHYTHM MODULE
0~127
31~67
Velocity
- Note On
- Note Off
O (v=1~127)
O (v=1~127)
Aftertouch
- Note
- Channel
X
O
Pitchbend O
Control Change O (0~127)
Program Change True# O (0~63)
System Exclusive X
System Common
- Song Pos
- Song Sel
- Tune
X
X
X
System Real- time
- Clock
- Commands
X
X
Aux Messages
- Local On/ off
- All Notes Off
- All Sound Off
- Active Sense
- Reset
X
O
O
X
O
6. Credits
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6. Credits
Produced by LUXONIX
http:/ / luxonix.com
Product Concept & Management:
Jae- won Choi
Structure & Sound Design:
Jae- hyeong Suh
Programming:
Hae- seong Zo
Interface Graphic Design:
Hyeok- jae Cha
Recording:
Rainory Studio
Beta Testers:
Chang- min Yu, Hui- chan Lee, Hui- jae Bae,
Jeong- sik Choi, Jong- min Lee, Jun- ho Yun, Jun- o Lee,
Kwang- hui Lee, Mun- su Park, Ui- min Hwang,
Yeong- jun Kim, Yong Kim, Yun- sang Kim
Thanks to:
DJ Magik Cool J, Hyeon- kyeong Kim, So- yeong Jang,
Cubase5.net, MIDIUSER.NET, VSTGuru.COM
Copyright (C) 2003- 2005 LUXONIX. All rights reserved.