Similar to the layer’s modulation panels, the FX modulation panels allow you to apply a modulation signal to the respective parameter they are associated with. You can use one of the two dedicated FX expression controls as a modulation source.
Set the amount of the FX expression signal applied from the current value of the parameter. Amount can be positive (will be applied clockwise from the current parameter value) or negative (anti-clockwise from the current value).
Rise and Fall work as dynamic envelopes that allow you to smoothen out the incoming FX expression macro signal. The Rise parameter adds inertia to the FX expression macro whenever it is rising, while the Fall parameter delays the dropping movement.
The Rise parameter is similar to the Attack stage of an AR Envelope, but it is only active while the FX expression signal is increasing. If Rise is at 0, it means that the rising FX expression signal won’t be altered and every nuance of it is kept. When increasing the Rise value, the FX expression impulse will take longer to reach its maximum amplitude.
The Fall parameter is similar to the decay stage of a classic AR Envelope, but it is only active while the FX expression signal is decreasing. If Fall is at 0, it means that the falling FX expression signal won’t be altered. When increasing the Fall value, the FX expression impulse will take more time to fall back to smaller values.
Switch between the two available FX expression signal sources to define which one modulates the associated parameter.