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Native Instruments 220 - Monark Demystified.
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Where can you turn Oscillators on and off?
In the Oscillators section
In the Control section
In the Mixer section
In the Filter & Amp section
Which of these parameters from the B panel are saved in a snapshot?
All of these are saved with the snapshot
The keyboard legato settings
The pitch bend range
The global instrument tuning setting
Monark can be used as a stand-alone app or as a VST/AU plug-in hosted inside your DAW. True or false?
Reaktor's Recorder section can be useful to compare patches. True or false?
What type of synthesis does Monark use?
Monark features ________.
Only one oscillator
Monark features __________.
3 filter modes: MM, LP1 and LP2
2 filter modes:, MM and LP
2 filter modes: LP1 and LP2
4 filter modes: MM, LP1, LP2 and BP
What Does the Load knob do?
Increases the volume and adds some digital distortion.
Increases electrical current.
Turns up Noise level.
Turns up Feedback level.
What sample rate should be used to allow Monark to best re-create the actual sound of the Minimoog?
Monark will sound the same no matter which sample rate is selected
What are the two types of Noise that you can create?
White Noise and Black Noise.
White Noise and Pink Noise
Detuning the oscillators slightly can create a thicker sound. True or false?
What does "PB" stand for?
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