Keyboard Tracking

Each oscillator has a button to enable keyboard tracking (Kbd. Track). This shuts off and turns on the oscillator's response to your master keyboard's (or the Sequencer's) pitch.

When you have two oscillators playing at the same time, one can be set to drone "pitchlessly" while the other oscillator plays tones against it. You can still tune the "drone" oscillator using the Oct, Semi, and Cent arrow buttonsbut it won't respond to your keyboard or to the Sequencer.

To turn off Osc 2 keyboard tracking


With your loop playing, make sure that both Osc 1 and Osc 2 are turned on.


Turn off keyboard tracking for Osc 2 (Figure 5.20) by clicking the Kbd. Track button. Osc 2 now generates a steady tone, while Osc 1 plays your Sequencer track.

Figure 5.20. With keyboard tracking off, the oscillator ignores the Sequencer and master keyboard and plays only the pitch set with the Oct, Semi, and Cent controls.

Reason 3 For Windows and Mac
Reason 3 For Windows and Mac
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