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First see what you can get out of your ADSRs and how many sources you can route them to. An ADSR creates changes over time, but on a one-shot basis. A quick amplitude ADSR with a slow filter ADSR (or PWM or pitch) can be interesting. Next, know your LFOs, which create change over time on an oscillating basis and you probably want to make them on the slower side. Your other "change over time" option is a wheel or pedal and possibly, if you've spent a little more than average money on your keyboard, aftertouch.
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