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VOICE EDIT MODE / 3: Full Edit. 3-3: Filter
The TG500 features a sophisticated digital filter system that can be used to shape
the timbre of the voice being edited in a number of ways. Changes in the response
and cutoff frequency can be used to define the basic timbre of the voice, while
EG-controlled filter sweeps can produce a virtually unlimited range of time-based
Type (Filter type)
Range: THRU, LPF, HPF, BPF, BEF, LP12
Determines the type of filter response used.
The “THRU” (THROUGH) setting turns the filter OFF.
● “LPF” and “LP12” Types
The “LPF” (Low Pass Filter) and “LP12” settings produces a filter response
that allows only frequencies below the cutoff frequency (See “Cutoff” below) to
pass. The “LPF” filter type has a steep 24-dB/octave cutoff slope, while the
“LP12” type has a gentler 12-dB/octave slope.
[PLAY MODE] -> VCE PLAY -> [EDIT/COMPARE] -> 3: Full Edit -> [ENTER] -> 3-3: Filter -> [ENTER]
-> [PAGE] -> 3-2-01: Parameter -> [ENTER]