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turning the color dials is the main way to control the parameters of OP-Z. there are four color coded endless dials and the tracks can have up to four pages of parameters, each having its unique color. by learning to navigate these pages you'll become fluent with the OP-Z in no time.
press and release shift to toggle parameter page. the parameter led lights indicate by color which page you
this chart shows what is affected on each parameter when in different pages. the pages are illustrated by color and the features change depending on track.
kick / snare / perc / sample
bass / lead / chord / module
fx1 / fx2
this dial controls how the lfo is applied to the target parameter. in it's middle position it does nothing and the lfo is disabled. turn right to add the lfo to the target parameter, turn left to subtract. some lfo signals oscillate between positive and negative values, in this case the depth direction determines which way it goes first.
the rate dial is divided into tempo synced rates:
1/64, 1/32, 1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 1/1, 2/1, to the left from the center position. turning right controls the free rate which is not tempo synced.
the destination dial cycles between eight targets.
see the chart below.
the shape dial controls the shape of the lfo signal. the first six values are free, the last six are triggered, meaning that they restart every time a note is played.