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<LI><B>Spd:</B> the sequence speed, derived from the global BPM rate (Ensemble->Clk menu). Since the BPM generator is running at quadrupled clock rate, the frequency should be divided by 4 in order to get back the "normal" BPM rate.</LI>
<LI><B>Len:</B> the track length (1..16 steps)</LI>
<LI><B>S16:</B> if active, pattern changes (e.g. via MIDI keyboard) won't take place immediately, but once the next bar is played. This allows you to synchronize pattern changes to a 4/4 measure.</LI>
<LI><B>Par:</B> specifies the sound parameter which is controlled by the "parameter track" (Par value within the SEQ menu). All available parameters are listed <A HREF="midibox_sid/mbsidv2_parameter_chart.txt">here</A>. Due to the special coding, it is possible to control both, the current, or a specific (L/R) bassline from the parameter track ("Current" means for this case not the LR selection on the control surface, but the bassline which plays the sequence)</LI>
<LI><B>Par:</B> specifies the sound parameter which is controlled by the "parameter track" (Par value within the SEQ menu). All available parameters are listed <A HREF="http://svnmios.midibox.org/filedetails.php?repname=svn.mios&path=%2Ftrunk%2Fapps%2Fsynthesizers%2Fmidibox_sid_v2%2Fdoc%2Fmbsidv2_parameter_chart.txt">here</A>. Due to the special coding, it is possible to control both, the current, or a specific (L/R) bassline from the parameter track ("Current" means for this case not the LR selection on the control surface, but the bassline which plays the sequence)</LI>
<LI><B>SEQ:</B> shortcut to the SEQ page</LI>
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<CENTER><IMG SRC="midibox_sid/cs2/b_knb1.gif" width=626 height=38 ALT="Knobs"></IMG></CENTER><BR>
 
<P CLASS=DESC>Knob assignments are available as well. The special coding of the parameter table (see <A HREF="midibox_sid/mbsidv2_parameter_chart.txt">MIDIbox SID V2 parameter chart</A>) allows to control sound parameters individually for a specific bassline, for the currently selected, or for both basslines.</P>
<P CLASS=DESC>Knob assignments are available as well. The special coding of the parameter table (see <A HREF="http://svnmios.midibox.org/filedetails.php?repname=svn.mios&path=%2Ftrunk%2Fapps%2Fsynthesizers%2Fmidibox_sid_v2%2Fdoc%2Fmbsidv2_parameter_chart.txt">MIDIbox SID V2 parameter chart</A>) allows to control sound parameters individually for a specific bassline, for the currently selected, or for both basslines.</P>
 
<P CLASS=DESC>The typical TB303 parameters CutOff/Resonance/EnvMod/Decay/Accent are assigned to the 5 knob functions by default. This generic approach allows you to control either both basslines, the currently selected (first, second or both), or a dedicated (first or second) bassline depending on the parameter assignment numbers. It's possible to assign a second parameter to the same knob, a min/max range can be specified, values can be received from MIDI, and they are sent to MIDI if the CC function of the Control Surface is activated for easy recording of parameter changes (MIDI automation). Last but not least, knob values can be controlled from analog inputs. This means, that you could also control them with pots or joysticks.</P>