PG-23P is an
emulation of the Roland JX-3P from the PG-200
It was developed using a physical
JX-3P and available specifications in order to match
all routing, depth, tuning, and value ranges as
closely as possible. It has all the characteristics
and features of the JX-3P's synthesis including:
Multi-Routed ENV and LFO Destinations, with
Depth and Post ON/OFF switches for quick
switching of Patch variations.
The JX-3P PWM 'trick'. Set Cross Mod to
Sync, Mix to DCO-2 and control the tuning of
DCO-2 (manually or with the LFO) to achieve
Pulse Width Modulation.
Separate POS. and NEG. ADSR positions for
the Pitch and Filter.
3 Cross Modulation modes: NONE, SYNC, and
METAL (a type of Ringmod w/ DCO-1 as the
Built in Chorus.
Turn Velocity Sensitivity to 0 to accurately
recreate the JX-3P's keyboard, or turn it to 10
to recreate the velocity sensitivity that was
only to it available through MIDI-IN.
Global Highpass Filter and VCA Modes: ENV
(which uses the ADSR) or GATE (on/off response,
no velocity sensitivity).
6 Voice, 12 Oscillators with Sine,
Narrow-Pulse, Pulse-Saw, and Noise waveforms.