LFO 6 can be monophonic or polyphonic. When you select LFO 6, you will see a small button, labeled “P” in between the RATE and DEPTH knobs.

Engaging it makes LFO 6 polyphonic, meaning each note will trigger it’s own LFO, instead of all notes sharing the same one.

To demonstrate this, right click on the Fine Pitch knob and select “Modulate with LFO.” Next, select LFO 6 as a source in the Modulation sidebar, then load the preset “Delayed Vibrato” from the LFO Presets menu. In monophonic mode (“P” OFF), quickly arpeggiate a chord and hold it. You’ll notice the pitch of all notes being modulated simultaneously. Release the chord and engage the polyphonic LFO (“P” ON). When you play the chord again in a similar way, each note’s pitch will be modulated independently.