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A Modulation Target is a parameter that can be controlled by a source. Target is another word for Destination. Omnisphere has an extensive set of nearly ninety different modulation targets available. They are grouped in six categories;

Oscillator

  • Pitch Coarse – The coarse tuning of the oscillator’s pitch (polyphonic)
  • Pitch Fine The fine tuning of the oscillator’s pitch (polyphonic)
  • Unison Detune – The amount of detuning of Oscillator unison voices (monophonic)
  • Unison Depth – The amount of Oscillator Unison voices added (monophonic)
  • FM Frequency – The frequency of the dedicated FM modulator (polyphonic)
  • FM Depth – The depth of the FM modulator (polyphonic)
  • FM Shape – The waveshape of the FM modulator (polyphonic)
  • FM Symmmetry – The span of the FM modulator (polyphonic)
  • FM Hard Sync – The FM modulator’s Hard Sync (polyphonic)
  • Ring Mod Frequency – The frequency of the Ring modulator (polyphonic)
  • Ring Mod Depth – The amount of Ring Modulation (polyphonic)
  • Ring Mod Shape – The waveshape of the Ring Modulator (polyphonic)
  • Ring Mod Symmmetry – The span of the Ring Modulator (polyphonic)
  • Ring Mod Hard Sync – The Ring Modulator’s Hard Sync (polyphonic)
  • Waveshaper Depth – The amount of Oscillator Waveshaping (polyphonic)
  • Waveshaper Mix – The blend of the waveshaping signal (polyphonic)
  • Waveshaper Bit Crush – The amount of Bit Crushing (polyphonic)
  • Waveshaper Bit Crush Force – The amount of Bit Crush Force (polyphonic)
  • Waveshaper Sample Rate – The amount of Sample Rate Reduction (polyphonic)
  • Waveshaper Sample Rate Animation – The amount of Sample Rate Animation (polyphonic)
  • Harmonia Mix – The blend of the Harmonia voices with the primary Oscillator (polyphonic)
  • Harmonia Level 1 – The level of the first Harmonia oscillator (monophonic)
  • Harmonia Level 2 – The level of the second Harmonia oscillator (monophonic)
  • Harmonia Level 3 – The level of the third Harmonia oscillator (monophonic)
  • Harmonia Level 4 – The level of the fourth Harmonia oscillator (monophonic)
  • Harmonia Detune 1 – The detune amount of the first Harmonia oscillator (monophonic)
  • Harmonia Detune 2 – The detune amount of the second Harmonia oscillator (monophonic)
  • Harmonia Detune 3 – The detune amount of the third Harmonia oscillator (monophonic)
  • Harmonia Detune 4 – The detune amount of the fourth Harmonia oscillator (monophonic)
  • Sample Timbre – The Sample Timbre parameter in the Oscillator (polyphonic)
  • Sample Start – The Sample Start parameter in the Oscillator (polyphonic
  • Sample Granular Intensity – The size/intensity of the grains(monophonic)
  • Sample Granular Gliding – The glide probability of the grains (monophonic)
  • Sample Pitch Grains – The probability of Granular pitch grains (monophonic)
  • Sample Granular Speed/Position – The Speed/Position of the grains (monophonic)
  • Sample Granular Trigger * – Triggers a single grain when receives a value above zero (polyphonic)
  • Synth Shape – The Synth Oscillator’s shape (polyphonic)
  • Synth Hard Sync – The Synth Oscillator’s Hard Sync (polyphonic)
  • Synth Symmetry – The Synth Oscillator’s Symmetry (polyphonic)
  • Synth Phase – The Synth Oscillator’s Phase control (polyphonic)
  • Synth Analog &-The Synth Oscillator’s Analog control (polyphonic)

Filter

  • Cutoff – The Filter’s cutoff frequency (polyphonic)
  • Resonance – The Filter’s Resonance amount (polyphonic)
  • Filter Mix – The mix between Filter 1 and Filter2 (monophonic)
  • Variant – The position on the Filter Variant control (monophonic)
  • Filter 1 Cutoff Offset – The Filter 1 cut-set value (monophonic)
  • Filter 2 Cutoff Offset – The Filter 2 cutoff off-ue (monophonic)
  • Filter 1 Res Offset – The Filter 1 Resonance offset (monophonic)
  • Filter 2 Res Offset – The Filter 2 Resonance offset (monophonic)
  • Filter 1 Variant – The Filter 1 spread (monophonic)
  • Filter 2 Variant – The Filter 2 spread (monophonic)

Amp

  • Amplitude – The Amplitude level (polyphonic)
  • Pan – The stereo panning control (polyphonic)
  • Sublayer Mute 1 – Mutes sublayer 1 (monophonic)
  • Sublayer Mute 2 – Mutes sublayer 2 (monophonic)
  • Sublayer Mute 3 – Mutes sublayer 3 (monophonic)
  • Sublayer Mute 4 – Mutes sublayer 4 (monophonic)

LFO

  • LFO1 Rate – The speed of LFO1 (monophonic)
  • LFO1 Depth – The amount of LFO1 (monophonic)
  • LFO2 Rate – The speed of LFO2 (monophonic)
  • LFO2 Depth – The amount of LFO2 (monophonic)
  • LFO3 Rate – The speed of LFO3 (monophonic)
  • LFO3 Depth – The amount of LFO3 (monophonic)
  • LFO4 Rate – The speed of LFO4 (monophonic)
  • LFO4 Depth – The amount of LFO4 (monophonic)
  • LFO5 Rate The speed of LFO5 (monophonic)
  • LFO5 Depth – The amount of LFO5 (monophonic)
  • LFO6 Rate – The speed of LFO6 (monophonic)
  • LFO6 Depth – The depth of LFO6 (monophonic)

Aux Sends

  • Common Aux Send – The amount of Send from the Common FX Rack to the Part’s Aux Rack (monophonic)
  • Layer Aux Send – The amount of Send from the Layer’s FX Rack to the Part’s Aux Rack (monophonic)
  • Layer Aux Return – The amount of Return from the Part Aux Rack (stereo)

ENVELOPE

  • Amp Env Attack Trim * – The relative AMP Attack time (polyphonic)
  • Amp Env Decay Trim * – The relative AMP Decay time (polyphonic)
  • Amp Env Release Trim * – The relative AMP Release time (polyphonic)
  • Amp Env Speed – The speed of the Amplitude Envelope
  • Filter Env Attack Trim * – The relative Filter Attack time (polyphonic)
  • Filter Env Decay Trim * – The relative Filter Decay time (polyphonic)
  • Filter Env Release Trim * – The relative Filter Release time (polyphonic)
  • Filter Env Depth – The amount of the Filter Envelope
  • Filter Env Speed – The speed of the Filter Envelope (monophonic)
  • Mod Env1 Depth – The amount of Mod Envelope1 (monophonic)
  • Mod Env1 Speed – The speed of Mod Envelope1 (monophonic)
  • Mod Env2 Depth – The amount of Mod Envelope2 (monophonic)
  • Mod Env2 Speed – The speed of Mod Envelope2 (monophonic)
  • Mod Env3 Depth – The amount of Mod Envelope3 (monophonic)
  • Mod Env3 Speed – The speed of Mod Envelope3 (monophonic)
  • Mod Env4 Depth – The amount of Mod Envelope4 (monophonic)
  • Mod Env4 Speed – The speed of Mod Envelope4 (monophonic)

Morphing Modulation

Arpeggiator

  • Arp Length – The length of Arpeggio steps
  • Arp Swing – The swing amount of the Arpeggio
  • Arp Speed – The speed of the Arpeggio

(*) These parameters appear exclusively within the Modulation Matrix and are not seen on the GUI.