The bottom right of RE4ORM’s interface gives you access to some additional performance and sound controls.
Monophonic Playback (MONO)
Turning on the Mono button will make your sound monophonic, that is, play only one note at a time. This is very popular for leads and electronic basses.
Glide Time (GLIDE)
The Glide knob will make played notes pitch bend into one another. This is another popular feature of lead and bass sounds but can be used in other contexts as well. Higher Glide values will take longer to reach their pitch whereas lower glide values will reach their pitch faster. Glide is available in monophonic or polyphonic modes.
The Velocity knob sets how much your sound responds to MIDI attack velocity, or in other words, how hard you play each note on your keyboard. A value of zero will cause the preset to not respond to the velocity at all, playing all notes at the same volume.
The Compressor knob will add dynamic compression to your sound. It is a macro (single) knob that controls several compression parameters at once. High values will compress the sound and add some makeup gain.
The Transpose knob will transpose the pitch of your sound up and down by semitones or half steps.
Pitch and Gain LFOs
RE4ORM includes two independent LFOs for modulating the pitch and gain (level) of your sound. Use these to generate more animation all the time, or only when the ModWheel is used.
LFO Pitch and Gain Buttons
Select which LFO you’d like to edit by selecting the Pitch button or the Gain button.
LFO Rate (RATE)
The LFO Rate knob controls the speed of your LFO. The LFOs are synchronized to your DAW tempo so the rate is expressed in beats rather than time.
LFO Depth (DEPTH)
The LFO Depth knob controls how much the LFO will modulate the pitch or gain of your sound. If you don’t want any LFO modulation, set this knob to zero.
LFO ModWheel (MDWHL)
The Mdwhl knob allows you to control the Depth of the LFO using the ModWheel.