While in the Pattern sequencer view, press and hold one of the Fx keys to show the Fx list - using the screen button underneath - expand their description popup.
- - None, indicates that there is no effect used on the desired step.
! - Off, toggles off the effect used on the previous step.
V - Velocity, sets the Velocity of an Instrument. From 0% to 100%.
P - Panning, sets the Panning of an Instrument. From -50 (L) to +50 (R).
M - Micro-tune, sets the micro-tuning adjustments. From -99 cents to +99 cents.
G - Glide, sets the time it takes for the pitch of the previous note to travel to the pitch of the corresponding note. From 0-49% (0-1s) to 50-100% (1-15s).
T - Tempo, changes pattern tempo. Handy to create custom swings or grooves. From 10% to 400%. (Notice that MIDI Clock is being sent out based on the current tempo, so synchronizing anything over MIDI while using Tempo step Fx will affect the MIDI sync with other instruments).
m - Micro-move, slightly moves (nudges) forward the step position. from 0% to 100%.
C - Chance, sets a chance of a step being played. From 0% to 100%.
R - Roll, sets the type and value of the (step divider) parameter. From 0 to 16 for each Roll type. R - regular Roll; Rv - decreasing volume Roll; RV - increasing volume Roll; Rn - decreasing note Roll; RN - increasing note Roll; RR - random note Roll.
n - Random Note, sets the range of randomization for Note with each sequencer pass. From +/- 0 to +/- 100. Working accordingly to the global musical scale selected for the pads in Config.
i - Random Instrument, set the range of randomization for Instrument number with each sequencer pass. From +/- 0 to +/- 47.
f - Random Fx value, sets the range of randomization for the Fx that is in the same step with each sequencer pass. For example, if the randomizer value is 10 and the affected Fx value is 100, the algorithm will pick the value from 90 to 110. From +/- 0 to +/-255.
v - Random Volume, sets the range of randomization for Velocity with each sequencer pass. From +/- 0 to +/- 100.
r - Reverse Sample Playback, changes the sample playback direction. Values: <<< and >>>.
p - Position, in relation to the chosen sample playback type - changes the position of Sample start, Wavetable position or Granular position. From 0% to 100%.
S - Slice, sets the slice number of an instrument with a Slice playback type. From 1 to 48.
g - Volume LFO, sets the LFO rate for instrument Volume. LFO is synced to project Tempo. With the following values: 6; 4; 3; 2; 3/2; 1; 3/4; 1/2; 3/8; 1/3; 1/4; 316 (3/16); 1/6; 1/8; /12 (1/12); /16 (1/16); /24 (1/24); /32 (1/32); /48 (1/48); /64 (1/64).
h - Panning LFO, Sets the LFO rate for Panning. LFO is synced to project Tempo. Values the same as above.
j - Filter LFO, Sets the LFO rate for the selected filter type. LFO is synced to project Tempo. Values the same as above.
k - Position LFO, Sets the LFO rate for the selected playback type (Wavetable, Granular) Position with respect to the project tempo (BPM). Values the same as above.
l - Finetune LFO, Sets the LFO rate for finetuning value. Values the same as above.
D - Overdrive, sets the amount of Overdrive effect. From 0% to 100%.
L - Low-pass, sets the cutoff amount of the Low-pass Filter. From 0% to 100%.
B - Band-pass, sets the cutoff amount of the Band-pass Filter. From 0% to 100%.
H - High-pass, sets the cutoff amount of the High-pass Filter. From 0% to 100%.
s - Delay, sets the amount of Delay send effect. From 0% to 100%.
t - Reverb, sets the amount of Reverb send effect. From 0% to 100%.
E - Bit Depth, sets the bit depth. From 4 bits to 16 bits.
U - Tune, sets the tuning adjustments. From -24 semitones to 24 semitones.
a - f - MIDI CC or PC, channel aftertouch, or poly aftertouch outputs, sends MIDI values from 0 to 127. In the Instrument Settings, choose an instrument like M01, you can check and edit the available assignments. Each MIDI channel has its own now. While working on the Patterns, you now need to specify which MIDI channel you want for each of a - f step effects. Choose the MIDI instrument for that step. There are 16 MIDI channels available in the MIDI Instruments from M01 to M16. It's possible to assign six different CCs to each of those channels separately.
0 - MIDI Chord - sends many MIDI notes. Numbers represent semitones above the base note. Eg. C-4 047 will play a major chord: C-4 (base note), E-4 (base+4) and G-4 (base+7).