LinPlug MorphoX User Manual

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the first step when the Retrigger is activated. If it's deactivated it will
continue on the next step when a new chord is played.

Arpeggiator / Octave
This extends the note range being played regardless of the octave in which
you played them originally. For example, you can choose notes of the chord
and not only they will be played in the octave at which the chord is played,
but also in the octave above. This can be extended up to 4 octaves, again
we recommend you just try it to hear the obvious effect.

Arpeggiator / Steps
Steps allows you to define how many of the up to 16 steps are actually
used for a particular arpeggio. It could be a very short two step arpeggio or
anything up to 16 steps.

Arpeggiator / Gate
The Gate is the only morphing parameter in the Global Area, simply
because its technically possible and musically useful. The fact that its
morphable is indicated by the special label below it, which will also change
when changing from sub program A to B or vice versa.

Gate defines the length of the actual Note On time of a note (followed by a
certain Note Off time). As we said, clock defines the length of the steps,
such as a 1/16th note. With the Gate parameter you can define how much
of this time the note is actually On and how much it is Off. With a setting of
full right the note length is the same as the step length. A middle setting
allows the Note to be on just half of the time (for example a 1/32th of the
1/16th step). The more you turn the dial to the left the shorter the note is
played. The effect is most prominent with sounds that have a short release

MorphoX user manual 1.1.0

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