It is based on the mda JX10 synth and features 2 oscillators, a resonant low-pass filter and a variety of modulation and voicing options from mono to polyphonic playback with up to 32-voices.
The following sections describe the synthesizer controls available in the DJX10.
MixSets the level of second oscillator.
Both oscillators are sawtooth wave only unless the PWM/Vib control is set to PWM. In this case the two oscillators are phase-locked and will produce a square wave if set to the same pitch. Pitch modulation of one oscillator then causes Pulse Width Modulation. Pitch modulation of both oscillators for vibrato is still available from the modulation wheel.
Unlike other synths, in PWM mode the oscillators can still be detuned to give a wider range of PWM effects.
OctaveTuning of both oscillators in octaves.
SemiTuning of the second oscillator in semitones.
FineTuning of second oscillator in cents.
NoiseWhite noise mix level.
CutoffFilter cutoff frequency.
Env AmtCutoff modulation by the filter envelope.
VelCutoff modulation by velocity.
The velocity control determines the velocity sensitivity of the filter cutoff (-100 to +100) but also allows amplitude velocity sensitivity to be turned off (turn fully left to disable velocity control of both cutoff and amplitude).
LFOA sine wave low-frequency oscillator.
RateLFO rate in Hz.
PWM/VibLFO modulation of pitch for either for PWM or vibrato.
Filter AmtFilter cutoff modulation.
Filter EnvelopeAttack, Decay, Sustain, Release envelope for filter cutoff.
Amp EnvelopeAttack, Decay, Sustain, Release envelope for amplitude.
- Poly: 32-voice polyphonic
- P-Legato: 32-voice polyphonic with pitch glide if a key is held
- P-Glide: 32-voice polyphonic with pitch glide
- Mono: monophonic
- M-Legato: monophonic with pitch glide if a key is held
- M-Glide: monophonic with pitch glide