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When the OSCILLATOR is set to SYNTH mode, all of the HARMONIA features in SAMPLE mode are available, as well as a second set of options that are unique to SYNTH mode. This special set of controls allows independent waveform control over each HARMONIA voice.

PHASE

Like the Phase Control option in UNISON, this is unique to the SYNTH Oscillators. The PHASE Control allows the phase of the HARMONIA voices to be spread across a 180° range. The width of the range is controlled by stepping through the five PHASE Control options, which range from in-phase to spread over 180°.

SHAPE

This control is unique to SYNTH Oscillators. This is an offset of the SHAPE control on the MAIN OSCILLATOR page. Each of HARMONIA’s four voices can have its own SHAPE offset. The center position indicates that the HARMONIA voice’s SHAPE is identical to the main Synth Oscillator’s SHAPE.

NOTE: To learn more about the SHAPE functionality, check out the description in the OSC MAIN chapter.

Range 0.000 to 1.000

SYMMETRY

This control is unique to SYNTH Oscillators. This is an offset of the SYMMETRY control on the MAIN OSCILLATOR page. Each of HARMONIA’s four voices can have its own SYMMETRY offset. The center position indicates that the HARMONIA voice’s SYMMETRY is identical to the main Synth Oscillator’s SYMMETRY.

NOTE: To learn more about the SYMMETRY functionality, check out the description in the OSC SYMMETRY chapter.

Range 0.000 to 1.000

SYNC

The SYNC control is unique to SYNTH Oscillators. This is an offset of the HARD SYNC control on the MAIN OSCILLATOR page. Each of HARMONIA’s four voices can have its own SYNC offset.The center position indicates that the HARMONIA voice’s SYNC is identical to the main Synth Oscillator’s HARD SYNC.

NOTE: To learn more about the HARD SYNC functionality, check out the description in the OSC HARD SYNC chapter.

Range 0.000 to 1.000

WAVETABLE

This control is unique to SYNTH Oscillators. The WAVETABLE of each of the four HARMONIA voices can be set by clicking on this display, which will bring up the WAVETABLE menu, or stepped through by using the steppers. All the wavetables available for the main Oscillator can be used in each of the HARMONIA voices (Noise is not available). When the display is set to OSC, this means the WAVETABLE will follow the primary Oscillator’s current wavetable selection.

NOTE: To learn more about the WAVETABLE functionality, refer to the Wavetables page.

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