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the input selector on the i/o module track allows you to input external signals into your mix. this external signal path has filter, lfo and panning settings, and is routed through the effects, the same way an instrumental track is.
additionally, if an input signal is chosen, this choice overrides the automatic source selection in sample mode.
hold shift and press 1 to toggle the internal microphone input signal.
hold shift and press 2 to toggle the headset input signal, if a headset is detected.
hold shift and press 3 to toggle the incoming usb audio signal, if a signal is detected over usb.
note: the connected device needs to be a usb audio host in order for OP–Z to recognize it.
hold shift and press 0 to monitor the raw input signal. the OP–Z main out signal is muted in speaker / headphones. be careful, this signal can be a lot louder than your synth sound.
the filter, lfo, fx sends, pan and volume works just like on any instrument track.
use shift to access the different parameter pages.
pro-tip: try turning up lfo depth, set lfo destination to filter and shape to gyro, then physically tilt your
OP–Z to control the filter.