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Introduction
PS-3100 Features and facilities

Front and back panel illustration

1) Temperament Adjust
2) Signal Generators (SG)
3) Dynamic LP Filters (DLPF)
4) Envelope Modifiers (EM)
5) Resonators (RESO)
6) Total Signal Modifiers
7) Sample & Hold
8) Modulation Generators (MG1, MG2)
9) General Envelope Generator (GEG)
10) Voltage Processors (VP)
11) Patching Panel
12) Volume
13) Power
14) Manual Controller
15) Keyboard

16) Rear Panel

Signal Flow
Normal Setting


(1) CONTROL SECTION: Operation and principles

1 - 1 Signal Generators  
1 - 2 Dynamic Lowpass Filters
 
1 - 3 Envelope Modifiers
 
1 - 4 Resonators
 
1 - 5 Amplitude Modulator
 
1 - 6 Ensemble
 
1 - 7 Total VCA
 
1 - 8 Keyboard Volume Balance
 
1 - 9 Modulation Generator 1
 
1 - 10 Sample & Hold
 
1 - 11 Modulation VCA
 
1 - 12 Modulation Generator 2
 
1 - 13 General Envelope Generator

1 - 14 Voltage Processors
 
1 - 15 Control Wheel
1 - 16 Momentary Switch

1 - 17 Volume Control


(2) THE SYNTHESIS OF SOUNDS

2 - 1 Thinking About Sound Synthesis
2 - 2 Creating Sounds Using The Built-In Patch
2 - 3 The Basic Process Of Sound Synthesis
2 - 4 Understanding The Patch And Its Use

(3) CAUTION

3 - 1 Before Turning On The Power Switch
3 - 2 Cautionary Measures When Setting Up The Patch
3 - 3 CAUTION: When using the 60P terminals


(4) OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT

4 - 1 Accessories Supplied With The PS-3100
4 - 2 Optional Units
4 - 3 Examples Of Expanded Operational Capability
4 - 4 The Effect Of Using Two PS-3100'S
      PS-3300


(5) TROUBLE SHOOTING


(6) SETTING CHARTS



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