Power ==> Keyboard ==> Mini Sequencer ==> Oscillator (OSC1) ==> Envelope ==> Split
Split 1 ==> Mix Input 1
Split 2 ==> Filter ==> Mix Input 2
Mix Output ==> Delay ==> Synth Speaker
Mini Sequencer Trigger Out ==> Random ==> Oscillator (OSC2) ==> Filter Trigger In
Hint 1: Gently adjust the Delay Time to produce a variety of arpeggiator-type effects and different rhythmic patterns. Adjust the Delay Feedback to vary the "depth" of the delay effect.
Hint 2: Use the Envelope to adjust the length of the individual notes. Shorter notes (with both knobs set low) usually produce a more rhythmic sound.
Hint 3: Turning up the Resonance on the Filter will cause it to howl and whistle - do this and adjust the Cutoff to "play" an eerie-sounding "lead". When OSC1 is set to a saw wave, the whistle will dominate the sound; when it is set to a square wave, then the howl will be more dominant.
Hint 4: Switch the Random bit to Noise and keep OSC2 on a low-medium setting, to add percussive, electronic "drum" sounds. Try switching OSC2 between saw and square wave for rhythmic variation.
Hint 5: Small changes can make big differences. Turn the knobs gently, in order to achieve an organic, slowly evolving performance.