Performance Controls

The performance controls are located in the lower part of the window.

Wheel Controls

To the left of the internal keyboard, the pitchbend wheel and the modulation wheel are located.

The modulation wheel is hardwired to MIDI controller #1, which is normally used as a source in the modulation matrix, but can be used as a quick control as well.


The virtual 88-note keyboard can be used to trigger MIDI notes. By clicking the keys at different vertical positions you can control the note-on velocity. Furthermore, the keyboard displays keys that are not used to trigger notes but act as key switches. The Shift Keyboard buttons to the left and right of the keyboard shift the keyboard range by octaves. This allows you to display key switches that are located on lower keys, for example.

The following color scheme is used for the keys:

  • Keys to which a key switch is assigned are shown in yellow.

  • Keys to which a remapped key switch is assigned are shown in beige.

  • Keys that are assigned to a trigger pad are shown in blue.

  • Keys to which a loop trigger note is assigned are shown in green.

Sphere Control

The sphere is a two-dimensional control. It allows you to adjust two parameters simultaneously, by dragging the mouse horizontally (Sphere H) and vertically (Sphere V). Typically, two parameters that belong together are assigned to the sphere, such as cutoff and resonance.

If parameters are assigned to Sphere H and Sphere V, triangles for indicating the horizontal and vertical axis are available.

You can reset the sphere to the center position using the corresponding options on the context menu.

  • If Center Horizontal and/or Center Vertical are activated, the sphere returns to the corresponding center position as soon as you release the mouse button.