The owner’s manual contains things around play, switch, control, sound control knobs, pitch, parameter, filter modulation, parameters, and level. Inside this owner’s manual you can read info related to program volume pan, down button, volume, button, knob, layer, play mode, and performance.
Lots of discussion about filter, settings, multi play mode, mode, sound control knob, cutoff, sound control, and tone generator are presented inside the owner’s manual. The following are chosen from the owner’s manual:
From the start the knob was brilliant and easy to grasp. It put the musician in complete control of the sound. And opened up a whole new world of sonic exploration. It was the 1970s, and some of the greatest recordings in music history were being made. Analog “synths” were finding their way into the stages, studios and professional composing suites of the world. But as simple, straightforward and powerful as analog synths were, they were also for the most part priced out of reach of the struggling musician. Plus they tended to be sensitive to slight fluctuations in electric current which frequently wreaked havoc with pitch, thus making tuning inherently unstable.
Furthermore, this owner’s manual tells the reader info around foot controller, arpeggiator, control knob, value, cutoff frequency, external midi, controller, and parameter value.