MIDI Implementation for the WK-3300, WK-3800 - Support

MIDI Implementation for the WK-3300, WK-3800, WK-8000, PX-410R and PX-575R
Important!
• All mentions of "this Model" in this document refer to the CASIO WK-3300, WK-3800, WK-8000, PX-410R
and PX-575R.
Contents
Part I
1
MIDI Message Overview
Product Configuration as a MIDI Device.......................................................................................... 7
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
Controller Block ................................................................................................................................... 7
Sound Source Block ............................................................................................................................ 7
Sound Source Common Sub-blocks ................................................................................................... 8
Sound Source Instrument Part Sub-block ........................................................................................... 8
MIDI Send by Auto-accompaniment, Song Memory, and the SMF Player.......................................... 8
2
Conditions that Disable Message Send and Receive ...................................................................... 8
3
Conditions that Disable Bulk Dump Message Send and Receive ................................................... 8
4
Different Operations Depending on Part Mode................................................................................ 9
Part II
Channel Message
5
Receive Channel ............................................................................................................................. 9
6
Send Channel .................................................................................................................................. 9
7
Note Off ........................................................................................................................................... 9
8
Note On ......................................................................................................................................... 10
9
Polyphonic Key Pressure............................................................................................................... 10
10 Control Change.............................................................................................................................. 10
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.6
10.7
10.8
10.9
10.10
10.11
10.12
10.13
10.14
10.15
Bank Select (00H) ............................................................................................................................. 11
Modulation (01H) ............................................................................................................................... 11
Data Entry (06H,26H) ........................................................................................................................ 11
Volume (07H) .................................................................................................................................... 12
Pan (0AH).......................................................................................................................................... 12
Expression (0BH) .............................................................................................................................. 12
General Use Controllers 1 through 8 (10H through 13H, 50H through 53H)..................................... 13
Hold1 (40H) ....................................................................................................................................... 13
Sostenuto (42H) ................................................................................................................................ 14
Soft (43H) .......................................................................................................................................... 14
Envelope Release Time (48H) .......................................................................................................... 14
Envelope Attack Time (49H).............................................................................................................. 15
Filter Cutoff (4AH).............................................................................................................................. 15
Filter Resonance (47H) ..................................................................................................................... 15
Vibrato Rate (4CH) ............................................................................................................................ 16
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10.16
10.17
10.18
10.19
10.20
10.21
10.22
10.23
Vibrato Depth (4DH) .......................................................................................................................... 16
Vibrato Delay (4EH)........................................................................................................................... 16
Reverb Send (5BH) ........................................................................................................................... 17
Chorus Send (5DH) ........................................................................................................................... 17
NRPN (62H,63H)............................................................................................................................... 17
10.20.1 Filter Cutoff..........................................................................................................................................17
10.20.2 Filter Resonance ................................................................................................................................... 18
10.20.3 Drawbar Position..................................................................................................................................18
10.20.4 Drawbar Organ Click ........................................................................................................................... 19
10.20.5 Drawbar Organ 2nd Percussion............................................................................................................19
10.20.6 Drawbar Organ 3rd Percussion ............................................................................................................19
10.20.7 Percussion Decay Time ........................................................................................................................20
RPN (64H,65H) ................................................................................................................................. 20
10.21.1 Pitch Bend Sensitivity ..........................................................................................................................20
10.21.2 Fine Tune.............................................................................................................................................. 21
10.21.3 Coarse Tune..........................................................................................................................................21
10.21.4 Modulation Depth ................................................................................................................................21
10.21.5 Null.......................................................................................................................................................22
All Sound Off (78H) ........................................................................................................................... 22
Reset All Controllers (79H)................................................................................................................ 22
11 Mode Message .............................................................................................................................. 23
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
All Notes Off (7BH) ............................................................................................................................ 23
Omni Off (7CH).................................................................................................................................. 23
Omni On (7DH).................................................................................................................................. 23
Mono (7EH) ....................................................................................................................................... 23
Poly (7FH) ......................................................................................................................................... 23
12 Program Change ........................................................................................................................... 24
12.1
About the Part Mode.......................................................................................................................... 24
13 Channel Aftertouch ........................................................................................................................ 24
14 Pitch Bend ..................................................................................................................................... 25
Part III
System Message
15 Active Sensing ............................................................................................................................... 25
16 System Exclusive Message ........................................................................................................... 26
16.1
16.2
Universal Realtime System Exclusive Message................................................................................ 26
16.1.1 Master Volume .....................................................................................................................................26
16.1.2 Master Balance .....................................................................................................................................26
16.1.3 Master Fine Tuning ..............................................................................................................................27
16.1.4 Master Coarse Tuning ..........................................................................................................................27
16.1.5 Reverb Parameter .................................................................................................................................27
16.1.6 Chorus Parameter .................................................................................................................................28
16.1.7 GM System Message............................................................................................................................30
16.1.8 GS Message .........................................................................................................................................30
This Model’s System Exclusive Message.......................................................................................... 30
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Part IV
This Model's System Exclusive Messages
17 Format ........................................................................................................................................... 31
17.1
17.2
Message Classifications .................................................................................................................... 31
Message Structures........................................................................................................................... 32
17.2.1 1...SYSEX : System Exclusive message Status ..................................................................................32
17.2.2 2...MAN : Manufacturer's ID ..............................................................................................................32
17.2.3 3...MOD : Model ID ............................................................................................................................32
17.2.4 4...dev : MIDI Device ID 00H through 1FH,7FH ................................................................................32
17.2.5 5...act : Action .....................................................................................................................................33
17.2.6 6...cat : Category ..................................................................................................................................33
17.2.7 7...prm : Parameter ID .........................................................................................................................34
17.2.8 8...ilen/dlen : index length / data length .............................................................................................. 35
17.2.9 9....ps : Parameter Set Number ............................................................................................................35
17.2.10 10...index Parameter Index Number ....................................................................................................36
17.2.11 11...data Parameter Data .....................................................................................................................37
17.2.12 12...sum Check Sum ............................................................................................................................38
17.2.13 14...EOX : End of System Exclusive Message ................................................................................... 38
18 Parameter Operations ................................................................................................................... 39
19 Parameter Set Transfer Protocols ................................................................................................. 39
19.1
19.2
19.3
Part V
Communication Protocols.................................................................................................................. 39
19.1.1 One-way and Handshake......................................................................................................................39
19.1.2 Session and Subsession ........................................................................................................................40
One-way Protocol Communication Flow ........................................................................................... 40
Handshake Protocol Communication Flow........................................................................................ 41
Parameter Lists
20 Command Parameters................................................................................................................... 44
20.1
20.2
20.3
System Parameter List ...................................................................................................................... 44
Data Management Command Parameter List ................................................................................... 45
Command Parameter List.................................................................................................................. 47
21 Patch Parameter ............................................................................................................................ 48
21.1
21.2
Patch Common Parameter List ......................................................................................................... 48
Patch Part Parameter List ................................................................................................................. 53
22 Wave Data Parameters ................................................................................................................. 56
22.1
Wave Data Information...................................................................................................................... 56
23 Song Data Parameter .................................................................................................................... 57
23.1
Song Data Information....................................................................................................................... 57
24 Rhythm Data Parameters .............................................................................................................. 58
24.1
Rhythm Data Information................................................................................................................... 58
25 SMF Data Parameters ................................................................................................................... 59
25.1
SMF Data Information ....................................................................................................................... 59
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Part VI
Parameter Set List
26 User Tone Parameter Set .............................................................................................................. 60
27 User Timbre Parameter Set ........................................................................................................... 60
28 User Drum Parameter Set ............................................................................................................. 61
29 User Voice Parameter Set ............................................................................................................. 61
30 User Instrument Parameter Set ..................................................................................................... 62
31 User Wave Parameter Set............................................................................................................. 62
32 User Wave Data ............................................................................................................................ 63
33 User DSP Parameter Set............................................................................................................... 63
34 Song Data...................................................................................................................................... 64
35 User Rhythm Pattern ..................................................................................................................... 64
36 Registration Data ........................................................................................................................... 65
37 User Drawbar Parameter Set ........................................................................................................ 66
38 SMF Parameter Set ....................................................................................................................... 66
39 Flash Memory Image Parameter Set ............................................................................................. 67
40 About Parameter Set (PS) numbers .............................................................................................. 68
40.1
40.2
WK-3300/WK-3800/WK-8000............................................................................................................ 68
PX-410R/PX-575R ............................................................................................................................ 68
Part VII DSP Parameter List
41 DSP Algorithm List (Single Effect) ................................................................................................. 69
41.1
41.2
41.3
41.4
41.5
41.6
41.7
41.8
41.9
41.10
41.11
41.12
41.13
41.14
41.15
41.16
41.17
Algorithm 00 (00H) : Auto Pan .......................................................................................................... 69
Algorithm 01 (01H) : Tremolo ........................................................................................................... 69
Algorithm 02 (02H) : 2BandEQ ......................................................................................................... 69
Algorithm 03 (03H) : 3BandEQ ......................................................................................................... 69
Algorithm 04 (04H) : LFO Wah ......................................................................................................... 69
Algorithm 05 (05H) : Auto Wah ......................................................................................................... 69
Algorithm 06 (06H) : Compressor ..................................................................................................... 70
Algorithm 07 (07H) : Limiter .............................................................................................................. 70
Algorithm 08 (08H) : Distortion .......................................................................................................... 70
Algorithm 09 (09H) : Stereo Phaser ................................................................................................. 70
Algorithm 10 (0AH) : Phaser ............................................................................................................. 70
Algorithm 11 (0BH) : Rotary ............................................................................................................. 70
Algorithm 12 (0CH) : Overdrive Rotary ............................................................................................. 70
Algorithm 13 (0DH) : Enhancer ........................................................................................................ 70
Algorithm 14 (0EH) : Ring Modulator ................................................................................................ 71
Algorithm 15 (0FH) : LoFi ................................................................................................................. 71
Algorithm 16 (10H) : 1-Phase Chorus .............................................................................................. 71
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41.18
41.19
41.20
41.21
41.22
41.23
41.24
41.25
41.26
41.27
41.28
41.29
41.30
Algorithm 17 (11H) : Sin 2-Phase Chorus ........................................................................................ 71
Algorithm 18 (12H) : 3-Phase Chorus .............................................................................................. 71
Algorithm 19 (13H) :Tri 2-Phase Chorus .......................................................................................... 71
Algorithm 20 (14H) : Stereo Delay 1.................................................................................................. 71
Algorithm 21 (15H) : Stereo Delay 2.................................................................................................. 71
Algorithm 22 (16H) : 3-Tap Delay ..................................................................................................... 72
Algorithm 23 (17H) : Gate Reverb .................................................................................................... 72
Algorithm 24 (18H) : Reverse Gate Reverb....................................................................................... 72
Algorithm 25 (19H) : Reflection ........................................................................................................ 72
Algorithm 26 (1AH) : Flanger ............................................................................................................ 72
Algorithm 27 (1BH) : Reverb ............................................................................................................ 72
Algorithm 28 (1CH) : 2-Tap Delay .................................................................................................... 72
Algorithm 29 (1DH) : Acoustic Resonance (PX-410R/PX-575R) ...................................................... 72
42 DSP Algorithm List (Multi Effect) ................................................................................................... 73
42.1
42.2
42.3
42.4
42.5
42.6
42.7
42.8
42.9
42.10
42.11
42.12
42.13
42.14
42.15
42.16
42.17
42.18
42.19
42.20
42.21
42.22
42.23
42.24
42.25
42.26
42.27
42.28
42.29
42.30
42.31
42.32
Algorithm M00 (20H) : Multi00........................................................................................................... 73
Algorithm M01 (21H) : Multi01........................................................................................................... 73
Algorithm M02 (22H) : Multi02........................................................................................................... 73
Algorithm M03 (23H) : Multi03........................................................................................................... 73
Algorithm M04 (24H) : Multi04........................................................................................................... 74
Algorithm M05 (25H) : Multi05........................................................................................................... 74
Algorithm M06 (26H) : Multi06........................................................................................................... 74
Algorithm M07 (27H) : Multi07........................................................................................................... 74
Algorithm M08 (28H) : Multi08........................................................................................................... 74
Algorithm M09 (29H) : Multi09........................................................................................................... 74
Algorithm M10 (2AH) : Multi10 .......................................................................................................... 74
Algorithm M11 (2BH) : Multi11 .......................................................................................................... 75
Algorithm M12 (2CH) : Multi12 .......................................................................................................... 75
Algorithm M13 (2DH) : Multi13 .......................................................................................................... 75
Algorithm M14 (2EH) : Multi14 .......................................................................................................... 75
Algorithm M15 (2FH) : Multi15........................................................................................................... 75
Algorithm M16 (30H) : Multi16........................................................................................................... 76
Algorithm M17 (31H) : Multi17........................................................................................................... 76
Algorithm M18 (32H) : Multi18........................................................................................................... 76
Algorithm M19 (33H) : Multi19........................................................................................................... 76
Algorithm M20 (34H) : Multi20........................................................................................................... 76
Algorithm M21 (35H) : Multi21........................................................................................................... 77
Algorithm M22 (36H) : Multi22........................................................................................................... 77
Algorithm M23 (37H) : Multi23........................................................................................................... 77
Algorithm M24 (38H) : Multi24........................................................................................................... 77
Algorithm M25 (39H) : Multi25........................................................................................................... 77
Algorithm M26 (3AH) : Multi26 .......................................................................................................... 78
Algorithm M27 (3BH) : Multi27 .......................................................................................................... 78
Algorithm M28 (3CH) : Multi28 .......................................................................................................... 78
Algorithm M29 (3DH) : Multi29 .......................................................................................................... 78
Algorithm M30 (3EH) : Multi30 .......................................................................................................... 78
Algorithm M31 (3FH) : Multi31........................................................................................................... 79
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Part VIII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values
43 Setting Value Table ....................................................................................................................... 80
43.1
43.2
43.3
43.4
43.5
43.6
43.7
43.8
43.9
43.10
43.11
43.12
43.13
43.14
43.15
43.16
43.17
43.18
Part IX
43.19
43.20
Off/On Setting Value Table ............................................................................................................... 80
Slow/Fast Setting Value Table .......................................................................................................... 80
Rotate/Break Setting Value Table ..................................................................................................... 80
-24 to 0 to 24 Setting Value Table ..................................................................................................... 80
-64 to 0 to 63 Setting Value Table ..................................................................................................... 80
Pan Setting Value Table.................................................................................................................... 80
-99 to 0 to 99 Setting Value Table ..................................................................................................... 80
Type 0 to Type 7 Setting Value Table .............................................................................................. 80
Master EQ Type Setting Value Table ................................................................................................ 80
Reverb Type Setting Value Table...................................................................................................... 81
Chorus Type Setting Value Table...................................................................................................... 81
Equalizer Low Frequency Setting Value Table.................................................................................. 81
Equalizer Mid Frequency Setting Value Table .................................................................................. 81
Equalizer High Frequency Setting Value Table................................................................................. 81
Equalizer Gain Setting Value Table................................................................................................... 82
DSP Algorithm ID Table .................................................................................................................... 82
Drawbar Position Setting Value Table............................................................................................... 82
Drawbar Percussion Setting Table .................................................................................................... 82
MIDI Implementation Notation
Hexadecimal Notation ....................................................................................................................... 83
Binary Notation .................................................................................................................................. 83
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Part I
MIDI Message Overview
1
Product Configuration as a MIDI Device
This Model consists of a controller block and a sound source block as described below.
•
•
Controller Block
–
Keyboard
–
Pedals, wheels, and other real-time controllers
–
Auto accompaniment
–
Song Memory
–
SMF Player
–
Parameter editing tools
Sound Source Block
–
–
1.1
Common Sub-blocks
∗
Sound source common sub-block (Drawbar Organ Waveform Synthesis)
∗
Effector sub-block (DSP, Reverb, Chorus, EQ)
∗
Mixer common sub-block
Channel Independent Sub-blocks (1 to 16)
∗
Instrument part sub-block
∗
Mixer independent sub-block
Controller Block
The Controller Block issues messages for the following: keyboard, real-time controllers (bender wheel, WK-3300
modulation switch, WK-3800/WK-8000 modulation wheel, etc.), song memory, auto-accompaniment, panel
operations, etc.
An operation causes the corresponding message to be sent to the sound source and from MIDI OUT.
Though the Controller Block is mainly a send function, turning on MIDI IN Chord Judge configures it to perform
chord judgment on received data and send the matching auto-accompaniment play data.
The channel number of the sent data is in accordance with the settings configured for each of this Model's parts.
Channel messages are not sent from any part that is turned off.
Accompaniment part send messages are sent when this Model's Accomp MIDI Out setting is turned on.
1.2
Sound Source Block
The Sound Source Block consists of effectors and other common sub-blocks, and independent instruments for each
channel. It operates in accordance with receive MIDI messages. Setting data may also be sent, depending on
external requests.
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1.3
Sound Source Common Sub-blocks
The Sound Source Common Sub-blocks include sound source settings that are not dependent on sound source parts;
namely effectors, a mixer, and a drawbar organ waveform synthesizer.
Basically, common sub-block parameters can be controlled using System Exclusive messages, but a number of
parameters can be controlled using Channel messages.
DSP Sub-block The effector DSP sub-block can be used to change DSP settings in accordance with the
Channel messages associated with the channel number specified by the MIDI Global Channel (see "MIDI Channel
Number" in section 10.7).
Drawbar Organ Waveform Synthesis Sub-block The drawbar organ waveform synthesis sub-block can be
used to change settings in accordance with the Channel messages associated with one of the channel numbers
when drawbar organ is selected.
1.4
Sound Source Instrument Part Sub-block
The parts of the sound source can be operated and their settings can be changed with System Exclusive messages
and Channel messages. The following table shows the fixed relationships between the part numbers and Channel
numbers of Channel messages.
Part
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
1.5
MIDI Send by Auto-accompaniment, Song Memory, and the SMF Player
This document provides information about which operations are sent by each message. Note however, that when an
auto-accompaniment, Song Memory, or SMF Player operation is performed, MIDI messages may be sent as part of
playback data. Such data is not covered here.
Also note that auto-accompaniment and Song Memory play data is sent only when the Transpose/Function menu's
Accomp/Song MIDI Out item is turned on.
SMF player play data is sent only when SMF player settings are configured with MIDI as the output destination.
2
Conditions that Disable Message Send and Receive
All MIDI message send and receive is temporarily disabled while any one of the following processes is in progress.
•
System Initialization
•
FD formatting (WK-3800 only)
•
SD memory card formatting
3
Conditions that Disable Bulk Dump Message Send and
Receive
Bulk dump message send and receive is disabled while any one of the following processes is in progress. See "19
Parameter Set Transfer Protocols" for information about bulk dump.
•
SMF data playback from an SD card or floppy diskette
•
Parameter data loading from an SD card or floppy diskette
•
Parameter data writing to an SD card or floppy diskette
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4
Different Operations Depending on Part Mode
Each Part Mode (see 12.1 "About the Part Mode"), which is the sound source operational mode, has different
messages for performing operations upon receipt. Each message is explained in the applicable message sections of
this document.
Part II
Channel Message
5
Receive Channel
The channel number of Channel messages received by each part is in accordance with each part's receive channel
setting, which is configured on this Model. Turning off the setting disabled Channel message receipt for that part.
The MIDI Channel of messages that can change DSP settings is determined by the Global Channel, which is
described under "10.7 MIDI Channel Number".
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Send Channel
Basically, the MIDI Channel of the Channel message that is sent when play data or parameter setting is changed
is the value that corresponds to the part that is playing or the parameter that was changed. When the performance
part or part for which the parameter setting is changed is Part 1, however, the value depends on the Transpose/
Function Keyboard Channel value.
The MIDI Channel of the message that is sent when the DSP setting is changed depends on the Global Channel,
which is described under "10.7 MIDI Channel Number".
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Note Off
Format
Message Format: 9nH kkH 00H
8nH kkH **H (Receive only)
n: MIDI Channel Number
kk: Key Number
**: Ignored
Send
Sent when something is played on the keyboard.
Receive
Received over MIDI Channels that correspond to each part. Any part whose mixer channel is turned off is not
received.
The velocity value is ignored.
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8
Note On
Format
Message Format: 9nH kkH vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
kk: Key Number
vv: Velocity
Send
Sent when something is played on the keyboard.
Receive
Received over MIDI Channels that correspond to each part. Any part whose mixer channel is turned off is not
received.
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Polyphonic Key Pressure
Format
Message Format: AnH kkH vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
kk: Key Number
vv: Pressure Value
Send Operation
This message is not sent.
Receive Operation
This message is not received.
10
Control Change
Format
Message Format: BnH ccH vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
cc: Control Number
vv: Value
Send
Sent when this Model's modulation button (WK-3300 only), modulation wheel (WK-3800/WK-8000 only), or pedal
is operated, and when a parameter is changed with a control panel operation.
Receive
Receipt changes this Model's performance control status or the corresponding parameter.
Drawbar Organ Operation
Independent drawbar organ settings cannot be configured for each part, but multiple parts can use the same
drawbar organ settings. At this time, the drawbar organ related Control Change Message (NRPN) is recognized by
the MIDI Channels of all parts that are using the drawbar organ tone.
When Drawbar Organ is selected by Part 1 and Part 2, for example, the same parameters are applied to MIDI
Channels 1 and 2.
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10.1
Bank Select (00H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 00H vvH (MSB)
BnH 20H **H (LSB)
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value
**: Ignored
Send
Sent when a tone is selected. See the separate
Appendix
A that accompanies with this Model for details.
Receive
Receipt causes a change in the tone bank number stored in this Model's memory, but the tone is not actually
changed until Program Change is received. For details, see "12 Program Change" in this document, and the
separate Appendix A that accompanies with this Model.
10.2
Modulation (01H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 01H vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value
Send (WK-3300/WK-3800/WK-8000)
Sent when WK-3300 modulation button or WK-3800/WK-8000 modulation wheel, which is assigned to the vibrato
function, is operated. A fixed value of 85 is always sent when the WK-3300 modulation button is operated.
Receive
Receipt adds vibrato of a depth specified by the value to the tone being sounded. In the case of a tone that
already has vibrato applied, receipt of this message increases the vibrato depth.
10.3
Data Entry (06H,26H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 06H vvH (MSB)
BnH 26H vvH (LSB)
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value
Send
Sent when there is a change in the parameters assigned to NRPN and RPN.
Receive
Receipt changes the parameters assigned to NRPN and RPN.
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10.4
Volume (07H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 07H vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value (Note 1)
Note 1:
The setting value matches the value that is sent and received.
Send
Sent when the volume of Mixer Part 1 through 16 is changed.
Receive
Receipt changes the Mixer Part Volume.
10.5
Pan (0AH)
Format
Message Format: BnH 0AH vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value (Note 1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see "43.6 Pan Setting Value
Table" in "Part VIII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values".
Send
Sent when the pan setting of mixer parts 1 through 16 is changed.
Receive
Receipt changes the Mixer part pan setting.
10.6
Expression (0BH)
Format
Message Format: BnH 0BH vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value (Note 1)
Note 1:
The setting value matches the value that is sent and received.
Send
Sent when there is a change in the Expression value by an accompaniment function.
Receive
Receipt changes the Expression value.
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10.7
General Use Controllers 1 through 8 (10H through 13H, 50H through 53H)
Format
Message Format: BnH
BnH
BnH
BnH
BnH
BnH
BnH
BnH
10H
11H
12H
13H
50H
51H
52H
53H
vvH
vvH
vvH
vvH
vvH
vvH
vvH
vvH
DSP
DSP
DSP
DSP
DSP
DSP
DSP
DSP
Parameter
Parameter
Parameter
Parameter
Parameter
Parameter
Parameter
Parameter
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
n:MIDI Channel Number (Note 1)
vv:Value (Note 2)
Note 1:MIDI Channel Number
The MIDI Channel for manipulating DSP parameters with control change messages is called the "Global Channel".
The initial factory default Global Channel is Channel 1.
The Global Channel cannot be changed with a control panel operation. You need to use a System Exclusive
Message to change the Global Channel. For details about messages, "Global Channel" under "21.1 Patch Common
Parameter List".
Note 2:Value
The range for a value that can be sent by any of the parameters is 0 to 127. Note, however, that the parameter
values that can actually be set and the corresponding send value depend on the parameter.
Send
Sent when the WK-3300 modulation button or WK-3800/WK-8000 modulation wheel assigned to a DSP Parameter
is operated, and when this Model's DSP edit function is used to change the DSP Parameter value.
Receive
Receipt changes the DSP Parameter value. Any message received that corresponds to a parameter whose number
exceeds the number of parameters for the currently selected DSP is ignored.
10.8
Hold1 (40H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 40H vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value (Note 1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see the "43.1 Off/On Setting
Value Table" in "Part VIII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values."
Send
Sent when the assignable jack is configured for sustain and the connected pedal is operated.
Receive
Receipt performs an operation equivalent to a sustain pedal operation.
Piano Tone Operations (PX-410R/PX-575R)
Only in cases when a piano tone is selected (Part Mode set to Piano Mode), the operation that corresponds to the
value assigned to Hold1 continually changes the release time. It does not toggle sustain off and on.
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Acoustic Resonance Operations (PX-410R/PX-575R)
When the Acoustic Resonance effect is selected, resonance characteristics continually change in accordance with
value assigned to Hold1.
10.9
Sostenuto (42H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 42H vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value (Note 1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see the "43.1 Off/On Setting
Value Table" in "Part VIII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values."
Send
Sent when the assignable jack is configured for sostenuto and the connected pedal is operated. With the PX-410R
and PX-575R, this message is sent when the dedicated sostenuto pedal is operated.
Receive
Receipt performs an operation equivalent to a sostenuto pedal operation.
10.10
Soft (43H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 43H vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value (Note 1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see the "43.1 Off/On Setting
Value Table" in "Part VIII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values."
Send
Sent when the assignable jack is configured for soft and the connected pedal is operated. With the PX-410R and
PX-575R, this message is sent when the dedicated soft pedal is operated.
Receive
Receipt performs an operation equivalent to a soft pedal operation.
10.11
Envelope Release Time (48H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 48H vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value (Note 1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see "43.5 -64 to 0 to 63
Setting Value Table" in "Part VIII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values".
Send
Sent when Release Time is changed.
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Receive
Receipt changes Release Time.
10.12
Envelope Attack Time (49H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 49H vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value (Note 1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see "43.5 -64 to 0 to 63
Setting Value Table" in "Part VIII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values".
Send
Sent when Attack Time is changed with the synthesizer function.
Receive
Receipt changes Attack Time.
10.13
Filter Cutoff (4AH)
Format
Message Format: BnH 4AH vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value (Note 1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see "43.5 -64 to 0 to 63
Setting Value Table" in "Part VIII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values".
Send
Sent when Filter Cutoff is changed with the synthesizer function.
Receive
Receipt changes Filter Cutoff.
10.14
Filter Resonance (47H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 47H vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value (Note 1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see "43.5 -64 to 0 to 63
Setting Value Table" in "Part VIII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values".
Send
Sent when Filter Resonance is changed with the synthesizer function.
Receive
Receipt changes Filter Resonance.
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10.15
Vibrato Rate (4CH)
Format
Message Format: BnH 4CH vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value (Note 1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see "43.5 -64 to 0 to 63
Setting Value Table" in "Part VIII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values".
Send
Sent when Vibrato Rate is changed with the synthesizer function.
Receive
Receipt changes Vibrato Rate of Tone Parameter.
10.16
Vibrato Depth (4DH)
Format
Message Format: BnH 4DH vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value (Note 1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see "43.5 -64 to 0 to 63
Setting Value Table" in "Part VIII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values".
Send
Sent when Vibrato Depth is changed with the synthesizer function.
Receive
Receipt changes Vibrato Depth of Tone Parameter.
10.17
Vibrato Delay (4EH)
Format
Message Format: BnH 4EH vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value (Note 1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see "43.5 -64 to 0 to 63
Setting Value Table" in "Part VIII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values".
Send
Sent when Vibrato Delay is changed with the synthesizer function.
Receive
Receipt changes Vibrato Delay of Tone Parameter.
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10.18
Reverb Send (5BH)
Format
Message Format: BnH 5BH vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value (Note 1)
Note 1:
The setting value matches the value that is sent and received.
Send
Sent when Reverb Send of Mixer Part 1 through 16 is changed.
Receive
Receipt changes Reverb Send of Mixer Part 1 through 16.
10.19
Chorus Send (5DH)
Format
Message Format: BnH 5DH vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value (Note 1)
Note 1:
The setting value matches the value that is sent and received.
Send
Sent when Chorus Send of Mixer Part 1 through 16 is changed.
Receive
Receipt changes Chorus Send of Mixer Part 1 through 16.
10.20
NRPN (62H,63H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 62H vvH (LSB)
BnH 63H vvH (MSB)
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value
10.20.1
Filter Cutoff
Format
Message Format: BnH 62H 20H 63H 01H 06H mmH 26H **H
n: MIDI Channel Number
mm: Value (Note 1)
**: Ignored
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see "43.5 -64 to 0 to 63
Setting Value Table" in "Part VIII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values".
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Send
This message is never sent.
Receive
Receipt changes Filter Cutoff of Tone Parameter.
10.20.2
Filter Resonance
Format
Message Format: BnH 62H 21H 63H 01H 06H mmH 26H **H
n: MIDI Channel Number
mm: Value (Note 1)
**: Ignored
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see "43.5 -64 to 0 to 63
Setting Value Table" in "Part VIII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values".
Send
This message is never sent.
Receive
Receipt changes Filter Resonance of Tone Parameter.
10.20.3
Drawbar Position
Format
Message Format: BnH 62H ffH 63H 40H 06H mmH 26H **H
n: MIDI Channel Number
ff: Drawbar Foot(Feet) (Note 1)
mm: Value (Note 2)
**: Ignored
Note 1:
The table below shows the relationship between the Drawbar Foot value and the position of the foot bar.
ff Foot Bar
0 Ft16'
1 Ft5 1/3'
2 Ft8'
3 Ft4'
4 Ft2 1/3'
5 Ft2'
6 Ft1 3/5'
7 Ft1 1/3'
8 Ft1'
Note 2:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see "43.17 Drawbar Position
Setting Value Table" in "Part VIII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values".
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Send
Sent when Drawbar Organ Parameter is changed on this Model.
Receive
Receipt changes the drawbar position in accordance with the message contents.
10.20.4
Drawbar Organ Click
Format
Message Format: BnH 62H 09H 63H 40H 06H mmH 26H **H
n: MIDI Channel Number
mm: Value (Note 1)
**: Ignored
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see the "43.1 Off/On Setting
Value Table" in "Part VIII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values."
Send
Sent when Click of Drawbar Organ Parameter is edited.
Receive
Receipt changes Click of Drawbar Organ Parameter.
10.20.5
Drawbar Organ 2nd Percussion
Format
Message Format: BnH 62H 0AH 63H 40H 06H mmH 26H **H
n: MIDI Channel Number
mm: Value (Note 1)
**: Ignored
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see the "43.1 Off/On Setting
Value Table" in "Part VIII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values."
Send
Sent when 2nd Percussion of Drawbar Organ Parameter is changed on this Model.
Receive
Receipt changes 2nd Percussion of Drawbar Organ Parameter.
10.20.6
Drawbar Organ 3rd Percussion
Format
Message Format: BnH 62H 0BH 63H 40H 06H mmH 26H **H
n: MIDI Channel Number
mm: Value (Note 1)
**: Ignored
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see the "43.1 Off/On Setting
Value Table" in "Part VIII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values."
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Send
Sent when 3rd Percussion of Drawbar Parameter is changed on this Model.
Receive
Receipt changes 3rd Percussion the Drawbar Organ Parameter.
10.20.7
Percussion Decay Time
Format
Message Format: BnH 62H 0CH 63H 40H 06H mmH 26H **H
n: MIDI Channel Number
mm: Value (Note 1)
**: Ignored
Note 1:
The setting value matches the value that is sent and received.
Send
Sent when Percussion Decay Time of Drawbar Parameter is changed on this Model.
Receive
Receipt changes Decay Time of Drawbar Parameter.
10.21
RPN (64H,65H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 64H vvH (LSB)
BnH 65H vvH (MSB)
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value
10.21.1
Pitch Bend Sensitivity
Format
Message Format: BnH 64H 00H 65H 00H 06H mmH 26H **H
n: MIDI Channel Number
mm: Value 0-24(Note 1)
**: Ignored
Note 1:
The setting value matches the value that is sent and received.
Send
Same value sent over channels 1 through 5 when the Bend Range parameter of Transpose/Function is changed.
Receive
Receipt changes Pitch Bend Sensitivity.
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10.21.2
Fine Tune
Format
Message Format: BnH 64H 01H 65H 00H 06H mmH 26H llH
n: MIDI Channel Number
mm: Value MSB (Note 1)
ll: Value LSB (Note 1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see "43.7 -99 to 0 to 99
Setting Value Table" in "Part VIII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values".
Send
Sent when Fine Tune of Mixer Part 1 through 16 is by operation of this Model.
Receive
Receipt changes Fine Tune of Mixer Part 1 through 16.
10.21.3
Coarse Tune
Format
Message Format: BnH 64H 02H 65H 00H 06H mmH 26H 00H
n: MIDI Channel Number
mm: Value (Note 1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see "43.4 -24 to 0 to 24
Setting Value Table" in "Part VIII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values".
Send
Sent when Coarse Tune of Mixer Part 1 through 16 is changed by operation of this Model.
Receive
Receipt changes Coarse Tune of Mixer Part 1 through 16.
10.21.4
Modulation Depth
Format
Message Format: BnH 64H 05H 65H 00H 06H mmH 26H 00H
n: MIDI Channel Number
mm: Value (Note 1)
Note 1:
The setting value matches the value that is sent and received.
Send
This message is never sent.
Receive
Receipt changes Vibrato depth.
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10.21.5
Null
Format
Message Format: BnH 64H 7FH 65H 7F
n: MIDI Channel Number
Send
This message is never sent.
Receive
Receipt deselects RPN.
10.22
All Sound Off (78H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 78H 00H
n: MIDI Channel Number
Send
This message is never sent.
Receive
Receipt stops all voices that are sounding.
10.23
Reset All Controllers (79H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 79H 00H
n: MIDI Channel Number
Send
Sent when the song function is used.
Receive
Receipt initializes controller values as shown below.
Message
Number
Controller
Value
Control Change
01H
02H
04H
0BH
40H
42H
43H
65H/64H
63H/62H
Modulation
Breath Controller
Foot Controller
Expression
Hold1
Sostenuto
Soft
RPN MSB/LSB
NRPN MSB/LSB
00H
00H
00H
7FH
00H
00H
00H
7FH/7FH
7FH/7FH
Channel Pressure
00H
Pitch Bend Change
40H/00H
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11
Mode Message
11.1
All Notes Off (7BH)
Format
Message Format: BnH 7BH 00H
n: MIDI Channel Number
11.2
Omni Off (7CH)
Format
Message Format: BnH 7CH 00H
n: MIDI Channel Number
11.3
Omni On (7DH)
Format
Message Format: BnH 7DH 00H
n: MIDI Channel Number
11.4
Mono (7EH)
Format
Message Format: BnH 7EH 00H
n: MIDI Channel Number
11.5
Poly (7FH)
Format
Message Format: BnH 7FH 00H
n: MIDI Channel Number
Send
These messages are never sent.
Receive
Receipt of any of these messages releases (same as releasing the keyboard key) the currently sounding voice.
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12
Program Change
Format
Message Format: CnH ppH
n: MIDI Channel Number
pp: Program Number
Send
Sent when a tone is selected. See the separate
program numbers.
Appendix
A that accompanies with this Model for details about
Receive
Receipt changes the tone of the part corresponding to the MIDI Channel.
The selected tone is determined by the program value of this message and the Bank Select message value received
prior to this message. See the separate Appendix A that accompanies with this Model for information about
actually selecting tones, etc.
Also note that receipt of this message may also change the Part Mode parameter at the same time. For more
information, see "12.1 About the Part Mode" below.
12.1
About the Part Mode
Each of this Model's parts has a parameter called "Part Mode," which can be set to Normal Mode, Drum Mode,
or Drawbar Organ Mode. Melody tones are set to Melody Mode, rhythm tones that use the drum map are set to
the Drum Mode, and drawbar organ tones are set the to Drawbar Organ Mode.
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Channel Aftertouch
Format
Message Format: DnH vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value
Send
These messages are never sent.
Receive
Receipt of this message adds vibrato to the voice that is sounding. Details of the effect differ according to the
tone setting.
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14
Pitch Bend
Format
Message Format: EnH llH mmH
n: MIDI Channel Number
ll: Value LSB
mm: Value MSB
Send
Sent when the bender wheel is operated.
Also sent when play data or auto-accompaniment data that includes bender wheel data is played back.
Receive
Receipt changes the pitch of the currently sounding note. The width of the change depends on the setting of the
Transpose/Function's Bend Range parameter and the Pitch Bend Sensitivity, whose setting is configured by RPN.
Part III
System Message
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Active Sensing
Format
Message Format: FEH
Send
This message is never sent.
Receive
When this message is received once, the Active Sensing mode is entered. If no MIDI Message is received for a
particular amount of time, voices being sounded by this Model's sound source are released, controller is reset, and
Active Sensing mode is exited.
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16
System Exclusive Message
Format
Message Format: F0H....F7H
This Model can send and receive Universal System Exclusive Messages, as well as System Exclusive Messages
that have a format that is unique to this Model.
16.1
Universal Realtime System Exclusive Message
Format
Message Format: F0H
16.1.1
7FH....F7H
Master Volume
Format
Message Format: F0H 7FH 7FH 04H 01H llH mmH F7H
ll: Value LSB (Note 1)
mm: Value MSB (Note 1)
Note 1:
The setting value matches the value that is sent and received.
Send
This message is never sent.
Receive
Receipt changes the Master Volume parameter. Note that the Master Volume parameter cannot be changed with an
operation of this Model.
16.1.2
Master Balance
Format
Message Format: F0H 7FH 7FH 04H 02H llH mmH F7H
ll: Value LSB (Note 1)
mm: Value MSB (Note 1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see "43.6 Pan Setting Value
Table" in "Part VIII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values".
Send
This message is never sent.
Receive
Receipt changes the Master Pan parameter. Note that the Master Pan parameter cannot be changed with an
operation of this Model.
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16.1.3
Master Fine Tuning
Format
Message Format: F0H 7FH 7FH 04H 03H 00H mmH F7H
mm: Value MSB(Note 1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see "43.7 -99 to 0 to 99
Setting Value Table" in "Part VIII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values".
Send
Sent when the Fine Tune parameter of Transpose/Function is changed.
Receive
Receipt changes the Fine Tune parameter.
Acoustic Resonance Operations (PX-410R/PX-575R)
When Acoustic Resonance used by piano tones is selected, the Fine Tune of the piano string for which resonance
is simulated is also changed in accordance with the Master Fine Tune value that is set. Because of this, receipt of
this message may cause the resonance interval to change temporarily.
16.1.4
Master Coarse Tuning
Format
Message Format: F0H 7FH 7FH 04H 04H llH mmH F7H
ll: Value LSB (Note 1)
mm: Value MSB (Note 1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see "43.4 -24 to 0 to 24
Setting Value Table" in "Part VIII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values".
Send
Sent when the Transpose parameter of Transpose/Function is changed.
Receive
Receipt changes the Transpose parameter.
16.1.5
Reverb Parameter
Format
Message Format: F0H 7FH 7FH 04H 05H 01H 01H 01H 01H 01H
ppH vvH F7H
pp: Parameter
vv: Value
Type Format
Message Format: F0H 7FH 7FH 04H 05H 01H 01H 01H 01H 01H
00H vvH F7H
vv: Value (Note 1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see "43.10 Reverb Type
Setting Value Table" in "Part VIII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values."
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Send
Sent when the Reverb Type parameter of System Reverb is changed.
Receive
Receipt changes the Reverb Type parameter.
Time Format
Message Format: F0H 7FH 7FH 04H 05H 01H 01H 01H 01H 01H
01H vvH F7H
vv: Value (Note 1)
Note 1:
The setting value matches the value that is sent and received.
Send
Sent when the Reverb Time parameter of System Reverb is changed.
Receive
Receipt changes the Reverb Time parameter.
16.1.6
Chorus Parameter
Format
Message Format: F0H 7FH 7FH 04H 05H 01H 01H 01H 01H 02H
ppH vvH F7H
pp: Parameter
vv: Value
Type Format
Message Format: F0H 7FH 7FH 04H 05H 01H 01H 01H 01H 02H
00H vvH F7H
vv: Value (Note 1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see "43.11 Chorus Type
Setting Value Table" in "Part VIII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values."
Send
Sent when the Chorus Type parameter of System Chorus is changed.
Receive
Receipt changes the System Chorus Type parameter.
Rate Format
Message Format: F0H 7FH 7FH 04H 05H 01H 01H 01H 01H 02H
01H vvH F7H
vv: Value (Note 1)
Note 1:
The setting value matches the value that is sent and received.
Send
Sent when the Chorus Rate parameter of System Chorus is changed.
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Receive
Receipt changes the Chorus Rate parameter of System Chorus.
Depth Format
Message Format: F0H 7FH 7FH 04H 05H 01H 01H 01H 01H 02H
02H vvH F7H
vv: Value (Note 1)
Note 1:
The setting value matches the value that is sent and received.
Send
Sent when the Chorus Depth parameter of System Chorus is changed.
Receive
Receipt changes the Chorus Depth parameter of System Chorus.
Feedback Format
Message Format: F0H 7FH 7FH 04H 05H 01H 01H 01H 01H 02H
03H vvH F7H
vv: Value (Note 1)
Note 1:
The setting value is the same as the value that is sent.
Send
This message is never sent.
Receive
Receipt changes the Chorus Feedback parameter. The Chorus Feedback parameter cannot be changed with an
operation of this Model.
Send To Reverb Format
Message Format: F0H 7FH 7FH 04H 05H 01H 01H 01H 01H 02H
04H vvH F7H
vv: Value (Note 1)
Note 1:
The setting value is the same as the value that is sent.
Send
This message is never sent.
Receive
Receipt changes the Chorus Send To Reverb parameter. The Chorus Send to Reverb parameter cannot be changed
with an operation of this Model.
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16.1.7
GM System Message
GM System On Format
Message Format: F0H 7EH 7FH 09H 01H F7H
Send
This message is never sent.
Receive
Receipt puts the sound source into a GM sound source mode.
GM System Off Format
Message Format: F0H 7EH 7FH 09H 02H F7H
Send
This message is never sent.
Receive
Receipt returns the sound source to its normal mode.
GM2 System On Format
Message Format: F0H 7EH 7FH 09H 03H F7H
Send
This message is never sent.
Receive
Though this Model does not support GM2, receipt of the GM2 System On message has the same result as receipt
of the GM System On message.
16.1.8
GS Message
Message Format: F0H 41H 10H 42H 12H 40H 00H 7FH 00H 41H F7H
Send
This message is never sent.
Receive
Receipt performs the same operation as when the GM System On message is received.
16.2
This Model’s System Exclusive Message
Format
Message Format: F0H 44H 12H 02H....F7H
These messages can control most of the this Model's parameters, as well as user data send/receive with Flash
memory and come commands.
For more information, see "Part IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
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Part IV
This Model's System Exclusive Messages
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Format
17.1
Message Classifications
This Model's SysEx operations are classified as Parameter type for send and receive of an individual Parameter,
and Parameter Set type for Bulk send and receive of a set of parameters. These SysEx types can be further
broken down into parameter categories according to the item being transferred.
This Model's System Exclusive Messages
Individual Parameter Transfer
Command
Status and Commands
Patch
Common
MIDI
Tune/Mix
Sys Chorus
Sys Reverb
Master EQ
DSP
Part
Basic
Tune/Mix
Tone
Drawbar
Vibrato
Wave Data Information
Song Data Information
Rhythm Data Information
SMF Data Information
Parameter Set Bulk Transfer
User Tone
User Timbre
User Drum
User Instrument
User Wave Parameter
User Wave Data
User DSP
Song
User Rhythm Pattern
Registration
User Drawbar
SMF
The operation classification of a message is determined in accordance with the value of the "Action" field of this
Model's SysEx message. The basic format for all operation type messages is described in "17.2 Message Structure",
below.
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17.2
Message Structures
This Model's System Exclusive Messages is formed of the 13 fields shown below. Whether or not a particular
field is included in a message and the length of each field depends on the message.
The minimum unit for the length of each field is bytes. If two values are contained within the same
byte, they are separated by a slash (/).
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
SYSEX
MAN
MOD
dev
act
cat
prm
ilen/dlen
ps
index
data
sum
EOX
The "act" field describes the action that the message performs. The meanings of the "index" and "data" fields
differ according to the content of the act field. The following describes each of the fields in detail.
17.2.1
Format:
1...SYSEX : System Exclusive message Status
11110000B
System Exclusive message Status = F0H
17.2.2
Format:
2...MAN : Manufacturer's ID
01000100B
CASIO Manufacturer's ID = 44H
17.2.3
Format:
3...MOD : Model ID
00010001B (MSB) 00000010B(LSB)
Model ID MSB = 11H, LSB = 02H
The Model ID of the series to which the Instrument belongs is shown by two consecutive bytes (MSB, LSB). In
order to provide compatibility for SMF data, the same Model ID is use for the following models.
CTK-691, WK-3000, WK-3100, WK-3500, CTK-900,WK-3200, WK-3700, WK-3300, WK-3800, WK-8000,
PX-410R, PX-575R
Almost all of the parameters of these models are interchangeable. In order to distinguish between these models, it
is necessary to reference the "Model Version ID" parameter, which is described under "20 Command Parameter", in
the sub-section "20.1 System Parameter List".
17.2.4
Format:
4...dev : MIDI Device ID 00H through 1FH,7FH
0dddddddB
The contents of this field in a received message are compared with the Model's MIDI Device ID, and receipt of
the incoming message is allowed only when the two IDs match. The default value for this field is 10H. When a
message containing 7FH is received, receipt of the message is always allowed, regardless of MIDI Device ID
setting.
MIDI Device ID is a Patch Parameter, and it can be changed with a System Exclusive Message. When changing
this setting, make the System Exclusive Message device ID 7FH.
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17.2.5
Format:
5...act : Action
00000aaaB
aaaB = Action (3bit)
This field indicates the operation of the System Exclusive Message.
aaaB Message Type
00H IPC Individual Parameter Change
01H IPR Individual Parameter Request
02H BDR Oneway Parameter Set Bulk Send
03H BDR Oneway Parameter Set Bulk Request
04H HDS Handshake Parameter Set Bulk Send
05H HDR Handshake Parameter Set Bulk Request
06H Reserved
07H Communication Control for Handshake(EOD,HDA,HDJ,HDE,BSY,EOS,NOP)
17.2.6
Format:
6...cat : Category
0000ccccB
0cccccccB = Category (7bit)
The category indicates the type of data handled by the System Exclusive Message. The ID number (ID) of the
Category is indicated on the left, while the communication operation (Action) is indicated on the right.
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Category
Action(act))
ID (c) Parameter Set
IPC
IPR
BDS
BDR
HDS
HDR
Control
00H
Command
A
R
-
-
-
-
-
01H
Patch
A
R
-
-
-
-
-
02H
Tone
A
R
-
-
A
R
A
03H
Timbre
-
-
-
-
A
R
A
04H
Drum
-
-
-
-
A
R
A
05H
Voice
-
-
-
-
A
R
A
06H
Instrument
-
-
-
-
A
R
A
07H
Wave Parameter
-
-
-
-
A
R
A
08H
Wave Data
T
-
-
-
A
R
A
09H
DSP
A
R
-
-
A
R
A
0AH
Song Data
A
-
-
-
A
R
A
0BH
Rhythm Pattern
T
-
-
-
A
R
A
0CH
Registration
-
-
-
-
A
R
A
0DH
Drawbar
-
-
A
A
A
0EH
Reserved
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
0FH
Reserved
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
10H
SMF
T
-
-
-
A
R
A
11H
Flash Memory Image
-
-
-
-
A
R
A
12H
Reserved
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
- (Note 1)
A...Available (Includes cases here parameters are only partially available.)
R...Receive Only
T...Transmit Only
-...Not Available
Note 1...The drawbar parameter involved with the current sound production operation is provided inside Patch
Parameter. To manipulate this parameter individually, manipulate Drawbar Parameter within Patch Parameter.
17.2.7
Format:
7...prm : Parameter ID
0pppppppB
The Parameter ID field indicates the parameter type. When transferring parameters (see "Part V Parameter List"
below) individually (as opposed to bulk transfer), this field is used to identify the parameter being transferred by
its parameter ID. Any other time, this field is filled with the value 00H.
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17.2.8
8...ilen/dlen : index length / data length
Format:
0iidddddB
This field indicates the size of the "11...index" field and the "12...data" field.
iiB (Binary) = index length
"index length (iiB)" indicates the index field length, which is always the following, regardless of the "act" (Action)
value.
iiB......index byte size - 1
"act" Value
Message Type
00, 01
IPC, IPR
iiB
index byte size - 1
(Example: When 4 bytes = 3
02, 04
BDS, HDS
2 = 10B
(Packet Number = 3 bytes)
03, 05
BDR, HDR
0 = 00B
(This field is empty, but its length is indicated as 0.)
07
Control
0 = 00B
(The length of this filed is 1 byte.)
dddddB (Binary) = data length
"data length (dddddB)" indicates the size of each data unit (parameter) in the "data" field.
The data length differs according to Message Type, as shown below.
"act" Value
Message Type
00
IPC
dddddB
data bit size - 1
(If 1 bit = 00000B; if 32 bits = 11111B)
02, 04
BDS, HDS
data bit size - 1 = 01111B
(Since transfer is in 16-bit data, this data length
is always used.)
01, 03, 05, 07 IPR, BDR, HDR or Control 0
17.2.9
Format:
9....ps : Parameter Set Number
0nnnnnnnB (LSB) 0mmmmmmmB (MSB)
This field is a 2-byte (LSB, MSB) value indicating the number of the parameter set (00mmmmmmmnnnnnnnB
(Binary)) being transferred.
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17.2.10
10...index Parameter Index Number
When act = 00(IPC) or 01(IPR)
Format:
0iiiiiiiB
(0jjjjjjjB)
(0kkkkkkkB)
(0lllllllB)
This field contains a supplementary number that points to data when parameters are arrayed. This means that each
parameter has a different number, and the length of the number is anywhere from one to four bytes.
Even when parameters have the same IDs, for example, the parameters also have preset numbers, part numbers,
and key numbers, and so the parameters can be distinguished by specifying these values with an "index".
When act = 02(BDS) or 04(HDS)
Format:
0nnnnnnnB
0NNNNNNNB
0LLLLLLLB
In this case, "index" is a 3-byte fixed field. When transferring one parameter set, it indicates the divided packet
serial number (starting with 00) and the size of the "data" field that immediately follows this field.
i[0]...0nnnnnnnB Packet Number LSB (NNNNNNNnnnnnnnB = Packet Number)
i[1]...0NNNNNNNB Packet Number MSB
As detailed in the "data" field explanation, up to 128 bytes of data can be send in one packet. When sending data
in excess of 128 bytes, it is divided into 128-byte packets (final packet can be less than 128 bytes), and received
data is stored at the address equivalent to:
ParameterSet Start Address + PacketNumber × 128
i[2]...0LLLLLLLB data length / 3
The data length is the data length indicated here, multiplied by 3. This means that the data length is always a
multiple of 3.
When act = 03(BDR) or 05(HDR)
Format:
-
This field is always empty.
When act = 7 (EOD, HDA, HDJ, HDE, BSY, EOS, NOP)
Format:
0000ccccB
In this case, the "index" field length is fixed at 1 byte, and it indicates the control messages used for handshaking
as shown below. See "19 Parameter Set Transfer Protocols" for more information.
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ccccB
Control Message
0000B
0001B
0010B
0011B
0100B
0101B
:
1111B
EOD Oneway/Handshake Bulk Dump End of Data (Parameter set transfer complete)
HDA Handshake Bulk Dump Acknowledge (Handshake receive successful)
HDJ Handshake Bulk Dump Reject (Handshake rejected/stopped)
HDE Handshake Bulk Dump Error (Handshake Error)
BSY Handshake Bulk Dump Busy (Handshake Busy)
EOS Oneway/Handshake Bulk Dump End of Package (Parameter set package complete)
17.2.11
NOP No Operation (No operation)
11...data Parameter Data
When act = 1(IPR), 03(BDR), 05(HDR) or 7 (EOD, HDA, HDJ, HDE, BSY, EOS, NOP)
Format:
-
This field is always empty.
When act = 00(IPC)
Format:
0dddddddB
(0eeeeeeeB)
(0fffffffB)
(0gggggggB)
(0hhhhhhhB)
Indicates the value of the parameter itself. The length varies in accordance with the data size indicated by the
"dlen" field, as shown below. This field is not included for a parameter request.
dddddB + 1 Number of Data
1 - 7
1
8 - 14
2
15 - 21
3
22 - 28
4
29 - 32
5
Each block of data is packed from the lowest order byte first. In the case of multiple-byte data, the least
significant bit is the LSB of the first "data" block, and the most significant bit is the MSB of the final "data"
block.
The following shows an example of how data would be divided for transfer in the case of 32-bit data.
data0:
data1:
data2:
data3:
data4:
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
[bit06]
[bit13]
[bit20]
[bit27]
0
[bit05]
[bit12]
[bit19]
[bit26]
0
[bit04]
[bit11]
[bit18]
[bit25]
0
[bit03]
[bit10]
[bit17]
[bit24]
[bit31]
[bit02]
[bit09]
[bit16]
[bit23]
[bit30]
[bit01]
[bit08]
[bit15]
[bit22]
[bit29]
[bit00]
[bit07]
[bit14]
[bit21]
[bit28]
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When act = 02(BDS) or 04(HDS)
Format:
0dddddddB
0cccccccB
000000abB
For a bulk data transfer operation, the Parameter Set data to be transferred is read sequentially in 16-bit data
starting from the top address. Read values are divided into 3-byte segments as shown below, and then sent in
sequence.
The following is the conversion format, which is the same as the individual parameter 16-bit transfer detailed
above.
16-bit Memory Image
MSB:
abccccccB
LSB:
cdddddddB
data0:
0dddddddB
data1:
0cccccccB
↓
data2: 000000abB
Note, however, that a parameter set of 128 bytes or less can be sent using a single packet, and anything greater
than 128 bytes is divided among multiple packets.
This means that the maximum length "data" field is 128/2 × 3 = 192 bytes.
Only one parameter set can be transferred per session, and data from different parameter sets cannot be mixed
within a single packet, even when sending multiple parameter sets. Different parameter sets are always divided into
separate packets.
17.2.12
12...sum Check Sum
When act = 00(IPC), 01(IPR), 03(BDR), 05(HDR) or 7(EOD, HDA, HDJ, HDE, BSY, EOS, NOP)
Format:
-
This field is always empty.
When act = 02(BDS) or 04(HDS)
Format:
0sssssssB
In this case, the "sum" field contains a value, which, when added to the total value of the "data" field, makes the
lower seven bits 0. The receiving side checks if this is true, and performs error handling (re-request, etc.) if it is
not.
17.2.13
Format:
14...EOX : End of System Exclusive Message
11110111B
(End of System Exclusive message Status = F7H)
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18
Parameter Operations
There are two parameter operations: Individual Parameter Transfer and Individual Parameter Request.
A single session is concluded when this Model sends an IPC (Individual Parameter Change) in response to an IPR
(Individual Parameter Request) from an external device, or when an IPC is sent by an external device or this
Model on its own (not in response to an IPR). Receipt of an IPC by this Model causes the corresponding
parameter to be changed.
An Individual Parameter Change can also be used to issue some command to this Model, and the Individual
Parameter Request can be used to check this Model's status information.
Data Receiver
Data Sender
IPR →
Operation
Send Request (Optional)
← IPC
Data Transfer
See "Part V Parameter List" for information about what kinds of parameters are actually sent.
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Parameter Set Transfer Protocols
19.1
Communication Protocols
19.1.1
One-way and Handshake
Parameter Sets can be transferred by bulk dump using the message exchange types described below.
•
One-way mode Parameter Set send/receive
•
One-way mode Parameter Set send request send/receive
•
Handshake mode Parameter Set send/receive
•
Handshake mode Parameter Set send request, receive rejected, error notification send/receive
With the one-way mode, the sending device sends data and ends the session without regard to the response of the
receiving device. This mode is best for one-way transfers from a sequencer or similar device. With the handshake
mode, the sending device sends the data and then waits for a response from the receiving device before advancing
to the next session. This is a high-speed mode in which there is no time wasted waiting.
Important!
Though the one-way mode format is defined, there is no Parameter Set category that corresponds to this Model.
This is because the time required to write to flash memory is indefinite, which makes it necessary to maintain a
very long interval between packets and makes communication impossible for all practical purposes.
See “VI Parameter Set List” for information about how Parameter Sets are actually allocated. In order to ensure
maximum speed for bulk dumping of Parameter Sets, the data format is different from the data format used for
Individual Parameter Change. Data is transferred as-is, using the Model’s memory image.
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19.1.2
Session and Subsession
Subsession
One Parameter Set can be transferred per subsession. Subsession transfers one Parameter Set or data that is broken
down into multiple packets for transfer, with EOD (End of data) sent at the end to terminate the send.
Data is broken down into multiple packets when a single Parameter Set is larger than a certain size. The Packet
Number in the packet's index field is used to indicate the sequential position of a packet relative to the other
packets. Even if Parameter Sets are small, they cannot be grouped together and sent as a single packet. A
Parameter Set delimiter is always treated as a packet delimiter for transfer.
Session
One Parameter Set or multiple Parameter Sets can be transferred by one session. A session can consist of one
subsession or multiple subsessions, with EOS (End of session) sent at the end to terminate the send. Regardless of
whether there is a single Parameter Set or multiple Parameter sets, an actual bulk dump always takes the form of
a session, never a subsession only.
19.2
One-way Protocol Communication Flow
A session starts with the receiving device sending a request using a BDR, or with the sending device sending
BDS data. The session ends after transfer of all the data in the parameter set being transferred by the sending
device is complete.
Data is divided into multiple packets of 256 bytes or less each, and transfers them at fixed intervals (20 msec).
A final EOD informs the receiving device when the session is ended.
Data Receiver
Data Sender
BDR →
← BDS
Operation
Send Request (Optional)
Data Transfer
(20 msec or greater interval)
← BDS
Data Transfer
(20 msec or greater interval)
← BDS
Data Transfer
(20 msec or greater interval)
:
:
← EOD
Data End
:
Other subsessions
:
← EOS
End of session
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19.3
Handshake Protocol Communication Flow
A session starts with the receiving device sending a request using an HDR or with the sending device sending
HDS data.
The sending device does not send the next packet until it receives an ACK from the receiving device. The
maximum wait time of at least 2000 msec is reserved. Failure of a response to arrive within the wait time (at
least 2000 msec) is treated as a timeout error, and data communication is terminated.
The sending device resends the last data if the receiving device returns an HDE (error) due to checksum mismatch,
incompatible data structure, or some other reason. If an error repeats a number of times (undefined), either the
sending device or the receiving device sends an HDJ to terminate the session.
A session ends after the sending device sends all the parameter sets, and sends a final EOD in response to an
HAD (ACK) from the sending device.
Data Receiver
Data Sender
HDR →
Operation
Send Request (Optional)
← HDS
HDA →
Data Send
Acknowledge
← HDS
HDA →
Data Send
Acknowledge
:
:
HDA →
Acknowledge
← EOD
Data End
:
Other subsessions
:
← EOS
End of session
The same packet is resent when a checksum mismatch or incompatible data structure error is detected.
Data Receiver
Data Sender
HDR →
← HDS
HDA →
← HDS
Operation
Send Request (Optional)
Data Send
Acknowledge
Data Send
HDE →
← HDS
Error
Data Resend
:
:
HDE →
← EOD
Error
Data End
:
Other subsessions
:
← EOS
End of session
Data send is canceled when no acknowledgement (ACK) is received.
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Data Receiver
Data Sender
HDR →
Operation
Send Request (Optional)
← HDS
Data Send
HDA →
Acknowledge
← HDS
Data Send
HDJ →
Rejection
(Send Canceled)
The session can be canceled for any reason by sending an HDJ. The HDJ can be sent by the sending device or
the receiving device. The bulk dump session is terminated immediately upon receipt of an HDJ.
Data Receiver
Data Sender
HDR →
Operation
Send Request (Optional)
← HDS
Data Send
HDA →
Acknowledge
← HDS
Data Send
:
:
HDJ →
Data Receive Rejected
(Send Canceled)
Data Receiver
Data Sender
Operation
HDR →
Send Request (Optional)
HDA →
Acknowledge
← HDS
HDA →
Data Send
Acknowledge
← HDS
Data Send
:
:
← HDJ
Data Send Rejected
(Send Canceled)
For example, when a communication request is received from an external source while the Instrument's SD card is
being accessed, BSY is returned to an external device that sends BDS, BDR, HDS, HDR.
When the BSY is received, the receiver must wait until this Model enters a session-enabled mode, or use a
Prepare for Data Management parameter (see "20.2 Data Management Command List") to change to a
communication-enabled mode.
Data Receiver
Data Sender
BDR →
Operation
Send Request
← BSY
Busy
(Send Canceled)
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Data Receiver
Data Sender
BDS →
Operation
Data Send
← BSY
Busy
(Send Canceled)
Data Receiver
Data Sender
HDR →
Operation
Send Request
← BSY
Busy
(Send Canceled)
Data Receiver
Data Sender
HDS →
Operation
Data Send
← BSY
Busy
(Send Canceled)
The same packet is resent when a checksum mismatch or incompatible data structure error is detected.
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Part V
Parameter Lists
These lists show the parameters that can be transferred individually using System Exclusive Messages.
•
Note 1: Any parameter that has "r" to the right of its Parameter ID number is a read-only parameter that can be
used for obtaining status information only. A parameter with "w" next to its Parameter ID is a write-only parameter,
which is used for commands, etc.
•
Note 2: All values in the System Exclusive Format table are hexadecimal. Except for the "Setting Value" column,
all values in the Parameter Lists are hexadecimal, unless specifically noted otherwise.
•
Note 3: Receipt of a value outside a specified range causes the value marked "Default" to be used instead.
20
Command Parameters
The parameters defined here mainly execute commands and indicate statuses. Values indicate the pointer to a
command or a status.
20.1
System Parameter List
System Exclusive Format
Field
Value
01
SYSEX
F0
02
MAN
44
03
MOD
11,02
04
dev
Either 00 to 1F, or 7F
05
act
00(IPC), 01(IPR)
06
cat
Command = 0
07
prm
00-7F
08
ilen/dlen 0 / bit size - 1
09
ps
LSB,MSB = 00, 00
10
index
00
11
data
See the Parameter List
12
sum
None
13
EOX
F7
44
System Parameter List
ParamID Parameter
ps
index
bit
Value
Default Setting Value
(Decimal)
00r
Model Version ID (Note 1) 0000
00
0E
05
0
0000 = reserved
0001 = CTK-691
0002 = WK-3000/
WK-3100
0003 = WK-3500
0004 = reserved
0005 = CTK-900
0006 = WK-3200
0007 = WK-3700
0008 = reserved
0009 = WK-3300
000A = WK-3800
000B = WK-8000
000C = PX-410R/
PX-575R
03
DSP Bypass (Note 2) 0000
00
10
0-FFFF
0
Bit0...Part1
Bit1...Part2
:
Bit15...Part16
0...Nop
1...DSP cancel
Note 1:
This is the version number of models with the same System Exclusive Model ID = 11-02. This value is used to specify
the model for a parameter send request from an external source.
Note 2:
This is a request to look up and cancel the tone status of parts whose bits are set. It does this by canceling the DSP Line
selection of the parts whose corresponding bit is 1.
20.2
Data Management Command Parameter List
System Exclusive Format
Field
Value
01
SYSEX
F0
02
MAN
44
03
MOD
11,02
04
dev
Either 00 to 1F, or 7F
05
act
00(IPC), 01(IPR)
06
cat
Command = 0
07
prm
00-7F
08
ilen/dlen 0 / bit size - 1
09
ps
0
10
index
0
11
data
(See the Parameter List)
12
sum
None
13
EOX
F7
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Data Management Command List
ParamID Parameter
ps
index bit
Value
Default Setting Value (Decimal)
20w
Prepare for Data
Management
(Note 1)
0
00
07
0-127
0
0...Prepare
21r
Free Size of Song
(Note 2)
0
00
20
0-FFFFFFFF
0
Free size (bytes)
22r
Free Size of SMF/
Wave/Rhythm
(Note 3)
0
00
20
0-FFFFFFFF
0
Free size (bytes)
23w
Delete Song
0
0
10
0-FFFF
0
Song Number
24w
Delete Rhythm
0
0
10
0-FFFF
0
Rhythm Number
25w
Delete Tone/Wave
0
0
10
0-FFFF
0
Tone Number
26w
Delete Drum/Wave
0
0
10
0-FFFF
0
Drum Number
27w
Delete SMF
0
0
14
0-FFFF
0
SMF Number
28w
Store
0
0
32
0-FFFFFFFF
-
Part/Category/Number
(Note 4)
29w
Initialize
0
00
07
00-7F
-
0...Mixer(Note 5)
1...Parameters(Note 6)
2...System(Note 7)
2Aw
Console Command
0
0
10
0-FFFF
-
0000...Update DSP LED
Note 1:
Receipt of this parameter causes this Model to terminate all music and note play, and enter a mode that is optimized for
bulk dump.
Note 2:
This parameter stores a value, in bytes, that indicates the remaining free Song area memory.
Note 3:
This parameter stores a value, in bytes, that indicates the remaining free SMF/Wave/Rhythm area memory.
Note 4:
The 32-bit value of this message indicates the part number (Tone and Drawbar parameter set categories only), parameter
set category, and the parameter set being written to, as shown in the table below.
Bit Field
Content
24-31
Part (Tone, Drawbar)
16-23
Parameter Set Category
0-15
Destination Parameter Set Number
See "40 About Parameter Set (PS) Numbers" for details about user parameter set numbers.
Note 5:
The initialization target is all parameters that can be modified by the Mixer edit mode.
Note 6:
The initialization target is the temporary area being influenced by operation of the current device, but does not include
previously stored user parameter sets or song data. This means that all Mixer parameters are included. The LCD contrast
setting is not affected.
Note 7:
The initialization target is the entire Flash memory, which is returned to its initial factory default state.
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20.3
Command Parameter List
System Exclusive Format
Field
Value
01
SYSEX
F0
02
MAN
44
03
MOD
11,02
04
dev
Either 00 to 1F, or 7F
05
act
00(IPC), 01(IPR)
06
cat
Command = 0
07
prm
00-7F
08
ilen/dlen 0 / bit size - 1
09
ps
LSB,MSB = 00,00
10
index
Part
11
data
See the Parameter List
12
sum
None
13
EOX
F7
Setup Parameter List
ParamID Parameter
ps
index
bit
Value
Default Setting Value
(Decimal)
0000
00
02
0-3
1
30
Touch Response
31
Transpose
0000
00
07
28 to 40 to 58
40
32
Jack Mode
0000
00
02
0-3
0
0...Sustain
1...Sostenuto
2...Soft
3...Rhythm
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LCD Contrast
0000
00
04
0-12
6
0 to 6 to 12
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Mixer Hold
0000
00
01
0-1
0
0...Off
1...On
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AuotHarmonize
0000
00
04
0-9
0
0-9 Type
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0...Off
1...Type1
2...Type2
3...Type3
-24 to 0 to +24
MIDI Parameter List
ParamID Parameter
ps
index
bit
Value
Default Setting Value
(Decimal)
36
Keyboard MIDI Channel
0000
00
04
00-0F
0
1-16Channel
37
MIDI Chord judge
0000
00
01
0-1
0
0...Off
1...On
38
Accomp MIDI Out
0000
00
01
0-1
0
0...Off
1...On
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Local Control
0000
00
01
0-1
1
0...Off
1...On
3A
Echo
(PX-410R/PX-575R)
0000
00
01
0-1
1
0...Off
1...On
3B
Half-Damper Depth
(PX-410R/PX-575R)
0000
00
07
00-7F
72
21
0-127
Patch Parameter
The patch parameter is a temporary area that controls the sound source operation mode. Mixer settings, synthesizer
function, DSP function and other editable parameters are also included in these areas.
The content of this area is rewritten whenever preset data or user data is selected and manipulated. The parameters
in this area are written into the user area whenever data is written into any user data area.
21.1
Patch Common Parameter List
This list shows setting parameters that are common for each part.
System Exclusive Format
Field
Value
01
SYSEX
F0
02
MAN
44
03
MOD
11,02
04
dev
Either 00 to 1F, or 7F
05
act
00(IPC), 01(IPR)
06
cat
Patch = 01
07
prm
00-7F
08
ilen/dlen 0 / bit size - 1
09
ps
LSB,MSB = 00, 00
10
index
Indicates Bar Number in the case of
Drawbar Bar Position.
0 in any other case.
11
data
See the Parameter List
12
sum
None
13
EOX
F7
MIDI Parameter List
ParamID Parameter
bit
Value
00
MIDI Device ID (Note 1)
07
00-1F
10
0-31
01
MIDI Global Channel
04
00-0F
00
1-16
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Default Setting Value (Decimal)
Note 1:
This parameter sets the SysEx Device ID.
Tune / Mix Parameter
ParamID Parameter
bit
Value
Default Setting Value (Decimal)
04
Master Fine Tune (Note 1)
08
00-FF
80
-100 to 0 to 99cent
05
Master Coarse Tune (Note 2)
07
28-58
40
-24 to 0 to 24semi
08
Master Volume
07
00-7F
7F
0-127
09
Master Pan (Note 3)
07
00-7F
40
-64 to 0 to +63
0A
Chorus Send To Reverb (Note 4)
07
00-7F
00
0-127
0B
DSP Line Bypass (Note 5)
01
0-1
0
0...Effect
1...DSP Bypass
Note 1:
See "43.7 -99 to 0 to 99 Setting Value Table".
Note 2:
See "43.4 -24 to 0 to 24 Setting Value Table".
Note 3:
See "43.6 Pan Setting Value Table".
Note 4:
This specifies the volume of data sent from System Chorus to System Reverb.
Note 5:
When "DSP Bypass" is specified for "DSP Line Bypass," the DSP Line Select settings of all parts are cancelled, and all
DSP lines are treated as if they are turned off. This means that notes that are currently sounding are not affected.
Drawbar Parameter
ParamID Parameter
index
bit
Value
Default Setting Value
(Decimal)
0C
Bar Position
Bar Num (Note 1)
02
0-3
0
0-3
0D
Percussion
0
02
00-03
(Note 2)
00
off,2nd,3rd,2nd+3rd
0E
Percussion Decay Time
0
07
00-7F
28
0-12.7sec
0F
Click
0
01
0-1
00
0...Off
1...On
Note 1:
See "10.20.3 Drawbar Position" for information about index numbers.
Note 2:
See "43.18 Drawbar Percussion Setting Table" for information about percussion setting values.
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System Chorus
ParamID Parameter
bit
Value
Default Setting Value (Decimal)
10
Chorus Macro Num (Note 1)
05
00-0F
02
0-15
11
Chorus Level
07
00-7F
40
0-127
12
Chorus Rate
07
00-7F
03
0-127
13
Chorus Depth
07
00-7F
13
0-127
14
Chorus Feedback (Note 2)
07
00-7F
00
0-127
15
Chorus Tone (Note 3)
07
00-7F
7F
0-127
Note 1:
Selects the System Chorus preset type. Receipt of GM/GS Reset selects Chorus3. The other System Chorus parameters are
changed to preset values in accordance with this type value. See "43.11 Chorus Type Setting Value Table."
Note 2:
Sets the System Chorus feedback volume.
Note 3:
Adjusts the System Chorus timbre.
System Reverb
ParamID Parameter
bit
Value
Default Setting Value (Decimal)
18
Reverb Macro Num (Note 1)
05
00-0F
04
0-15
19
Reverb Level
07
00-7F
40
0-127
1A
Reverb Time/Del Feedback
07
00-7F
40
0-127
1B
Reverb ER Level
07
00-7F
40
0-127
1C
Reverb Hi Damp
07
00-7F
40
0-127
1D
Reverb Tone
07
00-7F
7F
0-127
Note 1:
Selects the System Reverb preset type. Receipt of GM/GS Reset selects Hall2. The other System Reverb parameters are
changed to preset values in accordance with this type value. See "43.10 Reverb Type Setting Value Table."
Master Equalizer
ParamID Parameter
bit
Value
Default Setting Value (Decimal)
00-09
00
0-9
20
Master EQ Macro Num (Note 1)
05
21
MasEq Lo Freq (Note 2)
07
00-7F
40
0-2
22
MasEq Lo Gain (Note 3)
07
00 to 40 to 7F
40
-12 to 0 to +12
23
MasEq Mid-Lo Freq (Note4)
07
00-7F
40
0-7
24
MasEq Mid-Lo Gain (Note5)
07
00 to 40 to 7F
40
-12 to 0 to +12
25
MasEq Mid-Hi Freq (Note6)
07
00-7F
40
0-7
26
MasEq Mid-Hi Gain (Note7)
07
00 to 40 to 7F
40
-12 to 0 to +12
27
MasEq Hi Freq (Note 8)
07
00-7F
40
0-9
28
MasEq Hi Gain (Note 9)
07
00 to 40 to 7F
40
-12 to 0 to +12
Note 1:
Selects the Master EQ preset type. Receipt of GM/GS Reset selects Standard. The other Master Equalizer parameters are
changed to preset values in accordance with this type value. See "43.9 Master EQ Type Setting Value Table".
Note 2:
Selects the Master EQ low-range cutoff frequency. See "43.12 Equalizer Low Frequency Setting Value Table".
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Note 3:
Selects the Master EQ low-range gain. See "43.15 Equalizer Gain Setting Value Table".
Note 4:
Selects the Master EQ mid-low frequency. See "43.13 Equalizer Mid Frequency Setting Value Table".
Note 5:
Selects the Master EQ mid-low-range gain. See "43.15 Equalizer Gain Setting Value Table".
Note 6:
Selects the Master EQ mid-high frequency type. See "43.13 Equalizer Mid Frequency Setting Value Table".
Note 7:
Selects the Master EQ mid-high range gain. See "43.15 Equalizer Gain Setting Value Table".
Note 8:
Selects the Master EQ high-range cutoff frequency. See "43.14 Equalizer High Frequency Setting Value Table".
Note 9:
Selects the Master EQ high-range gain. See "43.15 Equalizer Gain Setting Value Table".
DSP Patch Parameter
The values of this parameter do not change when DSP Type and Tone Values are changed.
ParamID Parameter
bit
Value
Default Setting Value (Decimal)
2C
DSP Type Number (Note 1)
08
00-C8
0E
0- 99 Preset
100-199 User
200 DSP of Tone
2D
DSP Hold
01
0-1
0
0...Off
1...On
2E
DSP Level
07
00-7F
64
0-127
2F
DSP Pan (Note 2)
07
00-7F
40
-64 to 0 to +63
Note 1:
Selects the DSP Type. Receipt of GM/GS Reset selects 014 Delay. 200 is stored when a tone-associated DSP is read into
the DSP area.
Note 2:
See "43.6 Pan Setting Value Table".
DSP Type parameter
The value of this block's parameter is rewritten whenever the DSP type or tone is changed.
ParamID Parameter
bit
Value
Default
Setting Value (Decimal)
30
DSP Name A (Note 1)
20
0-FFFFFFFF
556e7469 MSB is leading character.
31
DSP Name B (Note 1)
20
0-FFFFFFFF
746c6564 MSB is leading character.
32r
DSP Algorithm ID (Note 2)
07
00-3F
00
0-63
33
DSP Chorus Send
07
00-7F
40
0-127
34
DSP Reverb Send
07
00-7F
40
0-127
Note 1:
These parameters change the DSP name. One character is indicated by each byte.
Note 2:
This value is the DSP algorithm ID, which cannot be changed directly. Changing the DSP type or tone number causes the
algorithm ID of the original DSP to be copied automatically to this parameter. See "43.16 DSP Algorithm ID Table".
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DSP Type Independent Parameters
The first eight parameters listed below are DSP User Parameters whose settings can be configured from this Model's control
panel. The next 16 parameters are Internal Parameters that cannot be changed on this Model's control panel. The range of
these parameter values is 0 to 127, regardless of the DSP algorithm. However, the number of parameter types depends on
the DSP algorithm, which means that not all User Parameters and Internal Parameters are necessarily available as a particular
DSP's parameters. See the "Part VII DSP Parameter List" for details about parameter types and contents.
ParamID Parameter
bit
Value
38
DSP User Parameter0
07
00-7F
-
0-127
39
DSP User Parameter1
07
00-7F
-
0-127
3A
DSP User Parameter2
07
00-7F
-
0-127
3B
DSP User Parameter3
07
00-7F
-
0-127
3C
DSP User Parameter4
07
00-7F
-
0-127
3D
DSP User Parameter5
07
00-7F
-
0-127
3E
DSP User Parameter6
07
00-7F
-
0-127
3F
DSP User Parameter7
07
00-7F
-
0-127
40
DSP Internal Param00
07
00-7F
-
0-127
41
DSP Internal Param01
07
00-7F
-
0-127
42
DSP Internal Param02
07
00-7F
-
0-127
43
DSP Internal Param03
07
00-7F
-
0-127
44
DSP Internal Param04
07
00-7F
-
0-127
45
DSP Internal Param05
07
00-7F
-
0-127
46
DSP Internal Param06
07
00-7F
-
0-127
47
DSP Internal Param07
07
00-7F
-
0-127
48
DSP Internal Param08
07
00-7F
-
0-127
49
DSP Internal Param09
07
00-7F
-
0-127
4A
DSP Internal Param10
07
00-7F
-
0-127
4B
DSP Internal Param11
07
00-7F
-
0-127
4C
DSP Internal Param12
07
00-7F
-
0-127
4D
DSP Internal Param13
07
00-7F
-
0-127
4E
DSP Internal Param14
07
00-7F
-
0-127
4F
DSP Internal Param15
07
00-7F
-
0-127
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Default Setting Value (Decimal)
21.2
Patch Part Parameter List
This list shows setting parameters that are specific for each part.
System Exclusive Format
Field
Value
01
SYSEX
F0
02
MAN
44
03
MOD
11,02
04
dev
Either 00 to 1F, or 7F
05
act
00(IPC), 01(IPR)
06
cat
Patch = 01
07
prm
00-7F
08
ilen/dlen 0 / bit size - 1
09
ps
LSB,MSB = 00, 00
10
index
Part Number - 1 (00-1F)
11
data
See the Parameter List
12
sum
None
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Basic Parameter List
ParamID Parameter
bit
Value
Default Setting Value (Decimal)
50
Tone Number (Note 1)
0E
51
Part Octave Shift
03
2-6
4
-2 to 0 to +2 Oct
52
Part Enable
01
0-1
1
0...Disable (Off)
1...Enable (On)
53
Part Mode (Note 2)
04
0-4
0
0...Normal
1...Rhythm
2...Drawbar
000
000-FFF
Note 1:
Number of the tone allocated to this part.
Note 2:
Sets the Normal, Drum and Drawbar Organ modes of the part play operation. For detailed operations, see "12.1 About the
Part Mode".
Tune / Mix parameter
ParamID Parameter
bit
Value
54
Pitch Fine Tune
08
00-FF
80
-99 to 0 to +99cent
55
Pitch Coarse Tune
07
28-58
40
-24 to 0 to +24 semi
56
Volume
07
00-7F
7F
0-127
57
Accomp Volume
07
00-FF
7F
0-127
58
Bend Range
07
00-18
02
0-+24
59
Pan
07
00-7F
40
-64 to 0 to +63
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Default Setting Value (Decimal)
Tone parameter
ParamID Parameter
bit
Value
Default
Setting Value (Decimal)
60
Tone Name A (Note 1)
20
0-FFFFFFFF
556e7469 MSB is leading character.
61
Tone Name B (Note 1)
20
0-FFFFFFFF
746c6564 MSB is leading character.
64
Line Select
01
0-1
0
0...Thru
1...DSP
65
Tone Octave Shit
03
2-6
4
-2 to 0 to +2 Oct
66
Tone Attack Time
07
00-7F
40
-64 to 0 to +63
67
Tone Release Time
07
00-7F
40
-64 to 0 to +63
68
Tone DCF Cutoff
07
00-7F
40
-64 to 0 to +63
69
Tone DCF Resonance
07
00-7F
40
-64 to 0 to +63
6A
Chorus Send
07
00-7F
00
0-127
6B
Reverb Send
07
00-7F
32
0-127
6C
Tone Level
07
00-7F
7F
0-127
6D
Tone Touch Sens
07
00-7F
7F
-64 to 0 to +63
Note 1:
Change the tone name. One character is indicated by each byte.
Assignable Controller Parameter
ParamID Parameter
70
Modulation Assign
71-73
Reserved
74
Modulation Depth (Note 1)
75-77
Reserved
bit
Value
Default
04
0-9
0
07
00-7F
127
Setting Value (Decimal)
Function
0....Off
1....Modulation
2....DSP Parameter0
3....DSP Parameter1
4....DSP Parameter2
5....DSP Parameter3
6....DSP Parameter4
7....DSP Parameter5
8....DSP Parameter6
9....DSP Parameter7
0-127
Note 1:
When Vibrato is selected for Modulation Assign, this parameter specifies the depth of the vibrato effect to be applied relative
to the modulation button, modulation wheel, and received Modulation message value. This parameter does not affect the
value sent by the Modulation message when the modulation button or modulation wheel is operated.
When Modulation Assign is any setting from DSP Parameter0 to DSP Parameter7, the DSP Parameter0 to DSP
Parameter7 value and MIDI send value when the modulation button is operated is in accordance with the setting
of this parameter. This setting does not affect modulation wheel operation. When the Modulation message is
received, vibrato depth is in accordance with Vibrato Modulation Sens, which is explained below.
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Vibrato Parameter
ParamID Parameter
bit
Value
Default Setting Value
(Decimal)
7A
Vibrato Type
04
0-3
0
7B
Vibrato Delay
07
00-7F
40
-64 to 0 to +63
7C
Vibrato Rate
07
00-7F
40
-64 to 0 to +63
7D
Vibrato Pitch Depth
07
00-7F
40
-64 to 0 to +63
7E
Vibrato Modulation Sens (Note 1)
07
00-7F
00
0-127
7F
Vibrato Aftertouch Sens (Note 2)
07
00-7F
00
0-127
Vibrato
Waveform
0....Triangle
1....Saw Up
2....Pulse
3....Sin
Note 1:
When Modulation Assign is any setting other than Vibrato, Vibrato depth is adjusted when a Modulation message (MIDI
Control Change) is received.
Note 2:
This parameter adjusts the depth of the Vibrato effect when MIDI Channel Aftertouch is received.
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22
Wave Data Parameters
Wave Data Parameters contain address and size information about expanded waveform data.
22.1
Wave Data Information
System Exclusive Format
Field
Value
01
SYSEX
F0
02
MAN
44
03
MOD
11,02
04
dev
Either 00 to 1F, or 7F
05
act
00(IPC), 01(IPR)
06
cat
Wave Data = 08
07
prm
00-7F
08
ilen/dlen 0 / bit size - 1
09
ps
LSB,MSB = wave number
For details, see "40 About Parameter Set (PS)
numbers".
10
index
0
11
data
See the Parameter List
12
sum
None
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Parameter List
ParamID Parameter
bit
Value
Default
00
Data Existence
01
0-1
0
01
Data Address Hi
0F
0-7FFF
00
02
Data Address Lo
10
0-FFFF
0000
03
Data Size
20
0-FFFFFFFF
00000000
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Setting Value
(Hexadecimal)
0...No Data
1...Exists
23
Song Data Parameter
Song Data Parameters contain address, size, and name information about song sequencer data.
23.1
Song Data Information
System Exclusive Format
Field
Value
01
SYSEX
F0
02
MAN
44
03
MOD
11,02
04
dev
Either 00 to 1F, or 7F
05
act
00(IPC), 01(IPR)
06
cat
Song = 0A
07
prm
00-7F
08
ilen/dlen 0 / bit size - 1
09
ps
LSB,MSB = Song number
For details, see "40 About Parameter Set (PS)
numbers".
10
index
0
11
data
See the Parameter List
12
sum
None
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Parameter List
ParamID Parameter
bit
Value
Default
0
Setting Value
(Hexadecimal)
00
Data Existence
01
0-1
01
Data Address Hi
0F
00-7FFF
00
02
Data Address Lo
10
0-FFFF
0000
03
Data Size
20
0-FFFFFFFF
00000000
04
Name A
20
0-FFFFFFFF
556e7469 MSB is leading character.
05
Name B
20
0-FFFFFFFF
746c6564 MSB is leading character.
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0...No data
1...Data present
24
Rhythm Data Parameters
Rhythm Data Parameters contain address, size, and name information about expanded rhythm data.
24.1
Rhythm Data Information
System Exclusive Format
Field
Value
01
SYSEX
F0
02
MAN
44
03
MOD
11,02
04
dev
Either 00 to 1F, or 7F
05
act
00(IPC), 01(IPR)
06
cat
Rhythm = 0B
07
prm
00-7F
08
ilen/dlen 0 / bit size - 1
09
ps
LSB,MSB = SMF Data number
For details, see "40 About Parameter Set (PS)
numbers".
10
index
0
11
data
See the Parameter List
12
sum
None
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Parameter List
ParamID Parameter
bit
Value
Default
0
Setting Value
(Hexadecimal)
00
Data Existence
01
0-1
01
Data Address Hi
0F
00-7FFF
00
02
Data Address Lo
10
0-FFFF
0000
03
Data Size
20
0-FFFFFFFF
00000000
04
Name A
20
0-FFFFFFFF
556e7469 MSB is leading character.
05
Name B
20
0-FFFFFFFF
746c6564 MSB is leading character.
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0...No data
1...Data present
25
SMF Data Parameters
SMF Data Parameters contain address, size, and name information about SMF data.
25.1
SMF Data Information
System Exclusive Format
Field
Value
01
SYSEX
F0
02
MAN
44
03
MOD
11,02
04
dev
Either 00 to 1F, or 7F
05
act
00(IPC), 01(IPR)
06
cat
SMF = 10
07
prm
00-7F
08
ilen/dlen 0 / bit size - 1
09
ps
LSB,MSB = SMF Data number
For details, see "40 About Parameter Set (PS)
numbers".
10
index
0
11
data
See the Parameter List
12
sum
None
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Parameter List
ParamID Parameter
bit
Value
Default
0
Setting Value
(Hexadecimal)
00
Data Existence
01
0-1
01
Data Address Hi
0F
00-7FFF
00
02
Data Address Lo
10
0-FFFF
0000
03
Data Size
20
0-FFFFFFFF
00000000
04
Name A
20
0-FFFFFFFF
556e7469 MSB is leading character.
05
Name B
20
0-FFFFFFFF
746c6564 MSB is leading character.
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0... No data
1... Data present
Part VI
Parameter Set List
This list shows the parameter sets that can be transferred using System Exclusive Message Bulk Dump.
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User Tone Parameter Set
System Exclusive Format
Field
Value
01
SYSEX
F0
02
MAN
44
03
MOD
11,02
04
dev
Either 00 to 1F, or 7F
05
act
04(HDS), 05(HDR), 07(Control)
06
cat
Tone = 02
07
prm
00-7F
08
ilen/dlen See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
09
ps
Indicates the tone number being transferred.
For details, see "40 About Parameter Set (PS) numbers".
10
index
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
11
data
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
12
sum
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
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F7
27
User Timbre Parameter Set
This is the parameter set that is associated with and sent with Tone.
System Exclusive Format
Field
Value
01
SYSEX
F0
02
MAN
44
03
MOD
11,02
04
dev
Either 00 to 1F, or 7F
05
act
04(HDS), 05(HDR), 07(Control)
06
cat
Timbre = 03
07
prm
00-7F
08
ilen/dlen See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
09
ps
Indicates the timbre number being transferred.
For details, see "40 About Parameter Set (PS) numbers".
10
index
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
11
data
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
12
sum
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
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F7
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28
User Drum Parameter Set
This is the drum set parameter set.
System Exclusive Format
Field
Value
01
SYSEX
F0
02
MAN
44
03
MOD
11,02
04
dev
Either 00 to 1F, or 7F
05
act
04(HDS), 05(HDR), 07(Control)
06
cat
Drum = 04
07
prm
00-7F
08
ilen/dlen See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
09
ps
Indicates the drum number being transferred.
For details, see "40 About Parameter Set (PS) numbers".
10
index
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
11
data
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
12
sum
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
13
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F7
29
User Voice Parameter Set
This is the parameter set that is associated with and sent with Timbre. Four voices are associated with one timbre.
System Exclusive Format
Field
Value
01
SYSEX
F0
02
MAN
44
03
MOD
11,02
04
dev
Either 00 to 1F, or 7F
05
act
04(HDS), 05(HDR), 07(Control)
06
cat
Voice = 05
07
prm
00-7F
08
ilen/dlen See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
09
ps
Indicates the voice number being transferred.
For details, see "40 About Parameter Set (PS) numbers".
10
index
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
11
data
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
12
sum
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
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30
User Instrument Parameter Set
This is the parameter set that is associated with and sent with Drum.
All key numbers are supported, so one drum set is associated with 128 instruments.
System Exclusive Format
Field
Value
01
SYSEX
F0
02
MAN
44
03
MOD
11,02
04
dev
Either 00 to 1F, or 7F
05
act
04(HDS), 05(HDR), 07(Control)
06
cat
Instrument = 06
07
prm
00-7F
08
ilen/dlen See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
09
ps
Indicates the inst number being transferred.
For details, see "40 About Parameter Set (PS) numbers".
10
index
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
11
data
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
12
sum
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
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F7
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User Wave Parameter Set
This is the parameter set that is associated with and sent with Voice or Instrument.
16 waves are associated with Voice, and one wave with Instrument.
System Exclusive Format
Field
Value
01
SYSEX
F0
02
MAN
44
03
MOD
11,02
04
dev
Either 00 to 1F, or 7F
05
act
04(HDS), 05(HDR), 07(Control)
06
cat
Wave Parameter = 07
07
prm
00-7F
08
ilen/dlen See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
09
ps
Indicates the wave number being transferred.
For details, see "40 About Parameter Set (PS) numbers".
10
index
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
11
data
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
12
sum
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
13
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F7
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32
User Wave Data
This is the actual wave that is sent along with each wave parameter.
System Exclusive Format
Field
Value
01
SYSEX
F0
02
MAN
44
03
MOD
11,02
04
dev
Either 00 to 1F, or 7F
05
act
04(HDS), 05(HDR), 07(Control)
06
cat
Wave Data = 08
07
prm
00-7F
08
ilen/dlen See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
09
ps
Indicates the wave number being transferred.
For details, see "40 About Parameter Set (PS) numbers".
10
index
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
11
data
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
12
sum
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
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F7
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User DSP Parameter Set
System Exclusive Format
Field
Value
01
SYSEX
F0
02
MAN
44
03
MOD
11,02
04
dev
Either 00 to 1F, or 7F
05
act
04(HDS), 05(HDR), 07(Control)
06
cat
DSP = 09
07
prm
00-7F
08
ilen/dlen See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
09
ps
Indicates the DSP number being transferred.
For details, see "40 About Parameter Set (PS) numbers".
10
index
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
11
data
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
12
sum
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
13
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F7
63
34
Song Data
System Exclusive Format
Field
Value
01
SYSEX
F0
02
MAN
44
03
MOD
11,02
04
dev
Either 00 to 1F, or 7F
05
act
04(HDS), 05(HDR), 07(Control)
06
cat
Song = 0A
07
prm
00
08
ilen/dlen See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
09
ps
Indicates the song number being transferred.
For details, see "40 About Parameter Set (PS) numbers".
10
index
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
11
data
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
12
sum
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
13
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F7
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User Rhythm Pattern
System Exclusive Format
Field
Value
01
SYSEX
F0
02
MAN
44
03
MOD
11,02
04
dev
Either 00 to 1F, or 7F
05
act
04(HDS), 05(HDR), 07(Control)
06
cat
User Rhythm = 0B
07
prm
00
08
ilen/dlen See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
09
ps
Indicates the rhythm number being transferred.
For details, see "40 About Parameter Set (PS) numbers".
10
index
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
11
data
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
12
sum
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
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F7
64
36
Registration Data
System Exclusive Format
Field
Value
01
SYSEX
F0
02
MAN
44
03
MOD
11,02
04
dev
Either 00 to 1F, or 7F
05
act
04(HDS), 05(HDR), 07(Control)
06
cat
Registration = 0C
07
prm
00
08
ilen/dlen See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
09
ps
Indicates the registration number being transferred.
For details, see "40 About Parameter Set (PS) numbers".
10
index
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
11
data
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
12
sum
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
13
EOX
F7
Note 1:
The relationship between the "Bank", "Number" and "ps (parameter set)" are as shown below.
Bank
Number
ps
Bank
Number
ps
1
1
0020H
5
1
0030H
1
2
0021H
5
2
0031H
1
3
0022H
5
3
0032H
1
4
0023H
5
4
0033H
2
1
0024H
6
1
0034H
2
2
0025H
6
2
0035H
2
3
0026H
6
3
0036H
2
4
0027H
6
4
0037H
3
1
0028H
7
1
0038H
3
2
0029H
7
2
0039H
3
3
002AH
7
3
003AH
3
4
002BH
7
4
003BH
4
1
002CH
8
1
003CH
4
2
002DH
8
2
003DH
4
3
002EH
8
3
003EH
4
4
002FH
8
4
003FH
65
37
User Drawbar Parameter Set
System Exclusive Format
Field
Value
01
SYSEX
F0
02
MAN
44
03
MOD
11,02
04
dev
Either 00 to 1F, or 7F
05
act
04(HDS), 05(HDR), 07(Control)
06
cat
Drawbar = 0D
07
prm
00
08
ilen/dlen See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
09
ps
Indicates the drawbar number being transferred.
For details, see "40 About Parameter Set (PS) numbers".
10
index
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
11
data
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
12
sum
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
13
EOX
F7
38
SMF Parameter Set
System Exclusive Format
Field
Value
01
SYSEX
F0
02
MAN
44
03
MOD
11,02
04
dev
Either 00 to 1F, or 7F
05
act
04(HDS), 05(HDR), 07(Control)
06
cat
SMF = 10
07
prm
00-7F
08
ilen/dlen See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
09
ps
Indicates the SMF number being transferred.
For details, see "40 About Parameter Set (PS) numbers".
10
index
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
11
data
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
12
sum
See "IV This Model's System Exclusive Messages".
13
EOX
F7
66
Data Format
Bulk dumping SMF data transfers the data with a 128-byte header appended as shown below. The header data starts with
an 8-byte file name, which is displayed by this Model after receipt.
Header 128Bytes
Name 8Bytes
Reserved 120Bytes
SMF Data
39
Flash Memory Image Parameter Set
This Parameter Set is used for dumping flash memory contents. One Parameter Set corresponds to an image block
of 2 Mbytes of flash memory. The 4 Mbytes of flash memory of this Model is made up of two blocks, so two
Parameter Sets are used.
System Exclusive Format
Field
Value
01
SYSEX
F0
02
MAN
44
03
MOD
11,02
04
dev
00 to 1F, or 7F
05
act
04(HDS), 05(HDR), 07(Control)
06
cat
Flash Memory Image = 11
07
prm
00
08
ilen/dlen See "IV This Model’s System Exclusive Message".
09
ps
Indicates the Flash Image Block Number being transferred.
For details, see "40 About Parameter Set (PS) numbers".
10
index
See "IV This Model’s System Exclusive Message".
11
data
See "IV This Model’s System Exclusive Message".
12
sum
See "IV This Model’s System Exclusive Message".
13
EOX
F7
67
40
About Parameter Set (PS) numbers
When using a system exclusive message to transfer a user Parameter Sets or user Parameter Set parameters, the
specified Parameter Set number do not necessarily need to start from zero when the Parameter Set numbers are
located after the preset Parameter Set. Refer to the table below for user area Parameter Set number for each
category.
40.1
WK-3300/WK-3800/WK-8000
PS Category
User PS Header (Decimal)
Number of User PS (Decimal)
Tone
967
100
Tone with wave
1067
20
Timbre
590
20
Drum
22
4
Voice
1070
80
Instrument
330
512
Wave Parameter
1080
1792
Wave Data
1080
1792
Rhythm
166
16
Song
0
5
SMF
0
200
100
100
32 (See "36 Registration Data".)
32
DrawbarOrgan
Registration
Flash Memory Image 0
40.2
2
PX-410R/PX-575R
PS Category
User PS Header (Decimal)
Number of User PS (Decimal)
Tone
967
100
Tone with wave
1067
20
Timbre
590
20
Drum
22
4
Voice
1270
80
Instrument
330
512
Wave Parameter
1180
1792
Wave Data
1180
1792
Rhythm
166
16
Song
0
5
SMF
0
200
100
100
32 (See "36 Registration Data".)
32
DrawbarOrgan
Registration
Flash Memory Image 0
2
68
Part VII
41.4
Number
DSP Parameter List
Number
-
U1
Depth
-
41.2
Number
Low Gain
Note 2
U2
Mid Frequency
Note 3
U3
Mid Gain
Note 4
U4
High Frequency
Note 5
U5
High Gain
Note 6
Note 5:See "43.14 Equalizer High Frequency
Setting Value Table".
Note 6:See "43.15 Equalizer Gain Setting Value
Table".
Algorithm 01 (01H) : Tremolo
41.5
Algorithm 04 (04H) : LFO Wah
Notes
Number
U0
Rate
-
U0
Input Level
-
U1
Depth
-
U1
Resonance
-
U2
Manual
-
U3
LFO Rate
-
U4
LFO Depth
-
41.3
Number
Parameter
U1
Note 4:See "43.15 Equalizer Gain Setting Value
Table".
Notes
Rate
Note 1
Note 3:See "43.13 Equalizer Mid Frequency Setting
Value Table".
Algorithm 00 (00H) : Auto Pan
U0
Low Frequency
Note 2:See "43.15 Equalizer Gain Setting Value
Table".
DSP Algorithm List
(Single Effect)
Parameter
Notes
Note 1:See "43.12 Equalizer Low Frequency Setting
Value Table".
These are effects that are configured of a single
module.
41.1
Parameter
U0
This list shows the parameters for each of the DSP
algorithms.
U0 to U7 indicate User Parameters 0 to 7, while I00 to I15
indicate Internal Parameters 00 to 15.
Parameters for which no setting range is indicated, receipt
of a value from 0 to 127 is assigned as-is to the parameter.
41
Algorithm 03 (03H) : 3BandEQ
Algorithm 02 (02H) : 2BandEQ
Parameter
Notes
Parameter
Notes
U0
Low Frequency
Note 1
U1
Low Gain
Note 2
U2
Hi Frequency
Note 3
Number
U3
Hi Gain
Note 2
U0
Input Level
-
U1
Resonance
-
U2
Manual
-
U3
Depth
I00
Sensitivity
41.6
Note 1:See "43.12 Equalizer Low Frequency Setting
Value Table".
Note 2:See "43.15 Equalizer Gain Setting Value
Table".
Algorithm 05 (05H) : Auto Wah
Parameter
Notes
Note 1
-
Note 1:See the "43.5 -64 to 0 to 63 Setting Value
Table."
Note 3:See "43.14 Equalizer High Frequency Setting
Value Table".
69
41.7
Number
Algorithm 06 (06H) : Compressor
Algorithm 10 (0AH) : Phaser
Notes
Number
Parameter
Notes
Depth
-
U0
Resonance
-
U1
Attack
-
U1
Manual
U2
Release
-
U2
Rate
-
U3
Level
-
U3
Depth
-
I00
Threshold
Note 1
U4
Wet Level
-
U0
Parameter
41.11
Note 1
Note 1:This algorithm adjusts the level at which
the compressor effect starts.
Note 1:See the "43.5 -64 to 0 to 63 Setting Value
Table."
41.8
41.12
Number
Algorithm 07 (07H) : Limiter
Notes
Number
Limit
-
U0
Speed
-
U1
Attack
-
U1
Break
Note 1
U2
Release
-
U2
Fall Accel
-
U3
Level
-
U3
Rise Accel
-
U4
Slow Rate
-
U5
Fast Rate
-
U0
41.9
Number
Parameter
Algorithm 11 (0BH) : Rotary
Algorithm 08 (08H) : Distortion
Parameter
Gain
-
U1
Low
-
U2
High
-
U3
Level
-
41.10
Notes
Note 1:See "43.3 Rotate/Break Setting Value Table".
Notes
U0
Parameter
41.13
Number
Algorithm 09 (09H) : Stereo Phaser
Number
Parameter
Notes
U0
Resonance
-
U1
Manual Note 1
-
U2
Rate
-
U3
Depth
-
U4
Wet Level
-
Algorithm 12 (0CH) :
Overdrive Rotary
Parameter
Notes
U0
Overdrive Gain
-
U1
Overdrive Level
-
U2
Speed
Note 1
U3
Break
Note 2
U4
Fall Accel
-
U5
Rise Accel
-
U6
Slow Rate
-
U7
Fast Rate
-
Note 1:See "43.2 Slow/Fast Setting Value Table".
Note 1:See the "43.5 -64 to 0 to 63 Setting Value
Table."
Note 2:See "43.3 Rotate/Break Setting Value Table".
41.14
Number
70
Algorithm 13 (0DH) : Enhancer
Parameter
Notes
U0
Low Frequency
-
U1
Low Gain
-
U2
High Frequency
-
U3
High Gain
-
41.15
Number
Algorithm 14 (0EH) : Ring
Modulator
Parameter
41.19
Notes
Number
Algorithm 18 (12H) : 3-Phase
Chorus
Parameter
Notes
U0
OSC Frequency
-
U0
Rate1
-
U1
LFO Rate
-
U1
Depth1
-
U2
LFO Depth
-
U2
Rate2
-
U3
Wet Level
-
U3
Depth2
-
U4
Dry Level
-
U4
Wet Level
-
41.16
Number
Algorithm 15 (0FH) : LoFi
Parameter
41.20
Notes
U0
Noise Level 1
-
Number
U1
Noise Density 1
-
Algorithm 19 (13H) :
Tri 2-Phase Chorus
Parameter
Notes
U0
LFO Rate
-
LFO Depth
-
U2
Noise Level 2
-
U1
U3
Noise Density 2
-
U2
Feedback
Note 1
U4
Tone
-
U3
Wet Level
-
U5
Resonance
-
U6
Bass
Note 1
U7
Level
-
Note 1:See the "43.5 -64 to 0 to 63 Setting Value
Table."
41.21
Note 1:See the "43.5 -64 to 0 to 63 Setting Value
Table."
Number
U0
41.17
Parameter
Notes
Delay Time
-
U1
Wet Level
-
U2
Feedback
-
Notes
U3
High Damp
-
-
U4
Ratio L
-
-
U5
Ratio R
-
Algorithm 16 (10H) : 1-Phase
Chorus
Number
Parameter
U0
LFO Rate
U1
LFO Depth
U2
Feedback
Note 1
U3
Wet Level
-
41.22
Note 1:See the "43.5 -64 to 0 to 63 Setting Value
Table."
Number
U0
41.18
Algorithm 20 (14H) : Stereo Delay 1
Algorithm 17 (11H) : Sin 2-Phase
Chorus
Number
Parameter
Notes
U0
LFO Rate
-
U1
LFO Depth
-
U2
Feedback
Note 1
U3
Wet Level
-
Note 1:See the "43.5 -64 to 0 to 63 Setting Value
Table."
71
Algorithm 21 (15H) : Stereo Delay 2
Parameter
Notes
Delay Time
-
U1
Wet Level
-
U2
Feedback
-
U3
High Damp
-
U4
Ratio L
-
U5
Ratio R
-
41.23
Number
U0
Algorithm 22 (16H) : 3-Tap Delay
Parameter
Delay Time
41.27
Algorithm 26 (1AH) : Flanger
Notes
Number
Parameter
Notes
-
U0
LFO Rate
-
U1
Wet Level
-
U1
LFO Depth
U2
Feedback
-
U2
Feedback
Note 1
U3
High Damp
-
U3
Wet Level
-
U4
Ratio L
-
U5
Ratio C
-
U6
Ratio R
-
Note 1:See the "43.5 -64 to 0 to 63 Setting Value
Table."
41.28
41.24
Number
Algorithm 23 (17H) : Gate Reverb
Parameter
-
Number
Algorithm 27 (1BH) : Reverb
Parameter
Notes
Notes
U0
Tone
-
U0
LPF
-
U1
Time
-
U1
HPF
-
U2
High-Damp
-
ER Level
-
Wet Level
-
U2
Feedback
-
U3
U3
High-Damp
-
U4
U4
Diffusion
-
U5
Wet Level
-
U6
Dry Level
-
41.25
Number
41.29
Number
Algorithm 28 (1CH) : 2-Tap Delay
Parameter
Notes
U0
Delay Time
-
Algorithm 24 (18H) : Reverse Gate
Reverb
U1
Wet Level
-
U2
Feedback
-
Parameter
Notes
U3
High Damp
-
U0
LPF
-
U4
Ratio L
-
U1
HPF
-
U5
Ratio R
-
U2
Feedback
-
U3
High-Damp
-
U4
Diffusion
-
U5
Wet Level
-
U6
Dry Level
-
41.26
41.30
Number
Algorithm 29 (1DH) : Acoustic
Resonance (PX-410R/PX-575R)
Parameter
Notes
U0
Low Frequency
Note1
U1
Low Gain
Note2
Algorithm 25 (19H) : Reflection
U2
Low-Mid Frequency
Note3
Parameter
Notes
U3
Low-Mid Gain
Note4
U0
Type
Note 1
U4
Mid-High Frequency
Note3
U1
Wet Level
-
U5
Mid-High Gain
Note4
U2
Feedback
-
U6
High Frequency
Note5
U3
Tone
-
U7
High Gain
Note6
Number
Note 1:See "43.12 Equalizer Low Frequency Setting
Value Table".
Note 1:See "43.8 Type0 to Type7 Setting Value
Table".
Note 2:See "43.15 Equalizer Gain Setting Value
Table".
72
Note 3:See "43.13 Equalizer Mid Frequency Setting
Value Table".
42.2
Number
Note 4:See "43.15 Equalizer Gain Setting Value
Table".
U0
Algorithm M01 (21H) : Multi01
Parameter
Notes
Chorus Fast Rate
-
U1
Chorus Fast Depth
-
Note 5:See "43.14 Equalizer High Frequency
Setting Value Table".
U2
Chorus Slow Rate
-
U3
Chorus Slow Depth
-
Note 6:See "43.15 Equalizer Gain Setting Value
Table".
U4
Chorus Wet Level
-
U5
Delay Time
-
U6
Delay Wet Level
-
U7
Delay Feedback
-
I03
Delay High-Damp
-
I04
Delay Ratio L
-
I05
Delay Ratio C
-
I06
Delay Ratio R
-
42
DSP Algorithm List
(Multi Effect)
The multi-algorithms (M00 to M31) listed below are
combinations of the algorithms described above.
Parameter operations and other details are the same as
the previous algorithms, so there is no separate
explanation provided here.
42.3
Number
42.1
Number
Algorithm M02 (22H) : Multi02
Parameter
Notes
Algorithm M00 (20H) : Multi00
U0
Phaser Resonance
-
Parameter
Notes
U1
Phaser Manual
-
U0
Chorus Rate
-
U2
Phaser Rate
-
U1
Chorus Depth
-
U3
Phaser Depth
-
U2
Chorus Feedback
-
U4
Chorus Rate 1
-
U3
Chorus Wet Level
-
U5
Chorus Depth 1
-
U4
Delay Delay Time
-
U6
Chorus Rate 2
-
U5
Delay Wet Level
-
U7
Chorus Depth 2
-
U6
Delay Feedback
-
I03
Phaser Wet Level
-
U7
Delay High-Damp
-
42.4
Number
U0
73
Algorithm M03 (23H) : Multi03
Parameter
Flanger LFO Rate
Notes
-
U1
Flanger LFO Depth
-
U2
Flanger Feedback
-
U3
Flanger Wet Level
-
U4
Delay Time
-
U5
Delay Wet Level
-
U6
Delay Feedback
-
U7
Delay High-Damp
-
I06
Delay Ratio L
-
I07
Delay Ratio R
-
42.5
Number
Algorithm M04 (24H) : Multi04
Parameter
42.8
Notes
Number
Algorithm M07 (27H) : Multi07
Parameter
Notes
Enhancer Low Frequency
-
U1
Enhancer Low Gain
-
U2
Enhancer High Frequency
-
-
U3
Enhancer High Gain
_
Phaser Wet Level
-
U4
Flanger LFO Rate
-
U5
Delay Time
-
U5
Flanger LFO Depth
-
U6
Delay Wet Level
-
U6
Flanger Feedback
_
U7
Delay Feedback
-
U7
Flanger Wet Level
-
I05
Delay High-Damp
-
I06
Flanger Delay Time L
-
I06
Delay Ratio L
-
I07
Flanger Delay Time R
_
I07
Delay Ratio R
-
U0
Phaser Resonance
-
U0
U1
Phaser Manual
-
U2
Phaser Rate
-
U3
Phaser Depth
U4
42.9
42.6
Number
Algorithm M05 (25H) : Multi05
Parameter
Number
Notes
U0
Algorithm M08 (28H) : Multi08
Parameter
Notes
Chorus LFO Rate
-
U0
Enhancer Low Frequency
-
U1
Chorus LFO Depth
-
U1
Enhancer Low Gain
-
U2
Chorus Feedback
-
U2
Enhancer High Frequency
-
U3
Chorus Wet Level
-
U3
Enhancer High Gain
-
U4
Flanger LFO Rate
-
U4
Chorus LFO Rate
-
U5
Flanger LFO Depth
-
U5
Chorus LFO Depth
-
U6
Flanger Feedback
-
U6
Chorus Feedback
-
U7
Flanger Wet Level
-
U7
Chorus Wet Level
-
42.10
42.7
Number
Algorithm M06 (26H) : Multi06
Parameter
Number
Algorithm M09 (29H) : Multi09
Parameter
Notes
Notes
U0
Chorus LFO Rate
-
U0
Enhancer Low Frequency
-
U1
Chorus LFO Depth
-
U1
Enhancer Low Gain
-
U2
Chorus Feedback
-
U2
Enhancer High Frequency
-
U3
Chorus Wet Level
-
U3
Enhancer High Gain
-
U4
Tremolo Rate
-
U4
Delay Time
-
U5
Tremolo Depth
-
U5
Delay Wet Level
-
U6
Delay Feedback
-
U7
Delay High-Damp
-
42.11
Number
74
Algorithm M10 (2AH) : Multi10
Parameter
Notes
U0
Phaser Resonance
-
U1
Phaser Manual
-
U2
Phaser Rate
-
U3
Phaser Depth
-
U4
Phaser Wet Level
-
U5
Auto Pan Rate
-
U6
Auto Pan Depth
-
42.12
Number
Algorithm M11 (2BH) : Multi11
Parameter
42.14
Notes
Number
Algorithm M13 (2DH) : Multi13
Parameter
Notes
Ring OSC Frequency
-
U1
Ring LFO Rate
-
U2
Ring LFO Depth
-
-
U3
Ring Wet Level
-
Lo-Fi Noise 2
-
U4
Ring Dry Level
-
U5
Lo-Fi Tone
-
U5
Distortion Gain
-
U6
Lo-Fi Resonance
-
U6
Distortion Tone
-
U7
Lo-Fi Bass
-
U7
Distortion Level
-
I01
Compressor Release
-
I02
Lo-Fi Noi1 Density
-
I03
Lo-Fi Noi2 Density
-
I04
Lo-Fi Level
-
U0
Compressor Depth
-
U0
U1
Compressor Attack
-
U2
Compressor Level
-
U3
Lo-Fi Noise 1
U4
42.13
Number
42.15
Number
Algorithm M14 (2EH) : Multi14
Parameter
Notes
U0
Lo-Fi Noise 1
-
U1
Lo-Fi Noise 2
-
Algorithm M12 (2CH) : Multi12
U2
Lo-Fi Tone
-
Parameter
Notes
U3
Lo-Fi Resonance
-
U0
Ring OSC Frequency
-
U4
Reflection Type
-
U1
Ring LFO Rate
-
U5
Reflection Wet Level
-
U2
Ring LFO Depth
-
U6
Reflection Feedback
-
U3
Ring Wet Level
-
U7
Reflection Tone
-
U4
Ring Dry Level
-
I00
Lo-Fi Noi1 Dens
-
U5
Chorus LFO Depth
-
I01
Lo-Fi Noi2 Dens
-
U6
Delay Time
-
I02
Lo-Fi Bass
-
U7
Delay Wet Level
-
I03
Lo-Fi Level
-
I00
Chorus LFO Rate
-
I01
Chorus Feedback
-
I02
Chorus Wet Level
-
I09
Delay Feedback
-
I10
Delay High-Damp
-
I11
Delay Ratio L
-
I12
Delay Ratio R
-
42.16
Number
75
Algorithm M15 (2FH) : Multi15
Parameter
Notes
U0
Distortion Gain
-
U1
Distortion Low
-
U2
Distortion Tone
-
U3
Distortion Level
-
U4
Lo-Fi Noise1
-
U5
Lo-Fi Noise2
-
U6
Lo-Fi Tone
-
U7
Lo-Fi Resonance
-
I12
Lo-Fi Noi1 Dens
-
I13
Lo-Fi Noi2 Dens
-
I14
Lo-Fi Bass
-
I15
Lo-Fi Level
-
42.17
Algorithm M16 (30H) : Multi16
42.19
Algorithm M18 (32H) : Multi18
Number
Parameter
Notes
Number
Parameter
Notes
U0
Od Gain
-
U0
Compressor Depth
-
U1
Od Level
-
U1
Compressor Attack
-
U2
Rot Speed
-
U2
Compressor Level
-
U3
Rot Slow Rate
-
U3
Enhancer Low Gain
-
U4
Rot Fast Rate
-
U4
Enhancer High Gain
-
U5
Reflection Wet Level
-
U5
Delay Delay Time
-
U6
Reflection Feedback
-
U6
Delay Wet Level
-
U7
Reflection Tone
-
U7
Delay Feedback
-
I09
Rot Fall Accel
-
I06
Enhancer Low Frequency
-
I10
Rot Rise Accel
-
I07
Enhancer High Frequency
-
I11
Rot Break
-
I10
Delay High-Damp
-
I12
Reflection Type
-
I11
Delay Ratio L
-
I12
Delay Ratio R
-
42.18
Algorithm M17 (31H) : Multi17
42.20
Algorithm M19 (33H) : Multi19
Number
Parameter
Notes
U0
Rot Speed
-
Number
U1
Rot Break
-
U0
Compressor Depth
-
U2
Rot Slow Rate
-
U1
Compressor Attack
-
Compressor Release
-
Parameter
Notes
U3
Rot Fast Rate
-
U2
U4
Reflection Wet Level
-
U3
Compressor Level
-
U5
Reflection Feedback
-
U4
Delay Delay Time
-
U6
Reflection Tone
-
U5
Delay Wet Level
-
I10
Rot Fall Accel
-
U6
Delay Feedback
-
I11
Rot Rise Accel
-
U7
Delay High-Damp
-
I12
Reflection Type
-
I03
Delay Ratio L
-
I04
Delay Ratio R
-
42.21
Number
76
Algorithm M20 (34H) : Multi20
Parameter
Notes
U0
Phaser Resonance
-
U1
Phaser Manual
-
U2
Phaser Rate
-
U3
Phaser Depth
-
U4
Chorus LFO Rate
-
U5
Chorus LFO Depth
-
U6
Auto Pan Rate
-
U7
Auto Pan Depth
-
42.22
Number
42.25
Algorithm M21 (35H) : Multi21
Parameter
Algorithm M24 (38H) : Multi24
Notes
Number
Parameter
-
U0
Distortion Gain
Notes
U0
Wah Resonance
U1
Wah Manual
-
U1
Distortion Low
-
U2
Wah Depth
-
U2
Distortion Hi
-
U3
Chorus LFO Rate
-
U3
Distortion Level
-
U4
Chorus LFO Depth
-
U4
Chorus LFO Depth
-
U5
Delay Delay Time
-
U5
Delay Delay Time
-
U6
Delay Wet Level
-
U6
Delay Wet Level
_
U7
Delay Feedback
-
U7
Delay Feedback
-
I10
Delay High-Damp
-
I09
Delay High-Damp
-
I11
Delay Ratio L
-
I10
Delay Ratio L
-
I12
Delay Ratio R
-
I11
Delay Ratio R
-
42.23
Number
42.26
Algorithm M22 (36H) : Multi22
Parameter
Notes
Number
-
Algorithm M25 (39H) : Multi25
Parameter
Notes
U0
Wah Resonance
-
U0
Compressor Depth
-
U1
Wah Manual
-
U1
Distortion Gain
-
U2
Wah LFO Rate
-
U2
Distortion Low
-
U3
Wah LFO Depth
-
U3
Distortion Hi
-
U4
Chorus LFO Depth
-
U4
Distortion Level
-
U5
Delay Time
-
U5
Delay Delay Time
-
U6
Delay Wet Level
-
U6
Delay Wet Level
-
U7
Delay Feedback
-
U7
Delay Feedback
-
I09
Delay High-Damp
-
I01
Compressor Attack
-
I10
Delay Ratio L
-
I02
Compressor Release
-
I11
Delay Ratio R
-
I03
Compressor Level
-
I07
Delay High-Damp
-
I08
Delay Ratio L
-
I09
Delay Ratio R
-
42.24
Number
Algorithm M23 (37H) : Multi23
Parameter
Notes
U0
Compressor Depth
-
U1
Compressor Attack
-
U2
Compressor Level
-
U3
Chorus LFO Rate
-
U4
Chorus LFO Depth
-
U5
Reflection Wet Level
-
U6
Reflection Feedback
-
U7
Reflection Tone
-
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42.27
Number
Algorithm M26 (3AH) : Multi26
Parameter
42.29
Notes
Number
-
U0
U0
Wah Manual
U1
Wah Depth
-
U2
Distortion Gain
-
U3
Distortion Tone
U4
Algorithm M28 (3CH) : Multi28
Parameter
Notes
Distortion Gain
-
U1
Distortion Low
-
U2
Distortion Tone
-
-
U3
Distortion Level
-
Distortion Level
-
U4
Delay Time
-
U5
Delay Delay Time
-
U5
Delay Wet Level
-
U6
Delay Wet Level
-
U6
Delay Feedback
-
U7
Delay Feedback
-
U7
Delay High-Damp
-
I04
Wah Resonance
-
I12
Delay Ratio L
-
I09
Delay High-Damp
-
I13
Delay Ratio C
-
I10
Delay Ratio L
-
I14
Delay Ratio R
-
I11
Delay Ratio R
-
42.30
42.28
Number
Algorithm M27 (3BH) : Multi27
Parameter
Number
Algorithm M29 (3DH) : Multi29
Parameter
Notes
Notes
U0
Distortion Gain
-
U0
Wah Manual
-
U1
Distortion Low
-
U1
Wah LFO Rate
-
U2
Distortion Tone
-
U2
Wah LFO Depth
-
U3
Distortion Level
-
U3
Distortion Gain
-
U4
Phaser Resonance
-
U4
Distortion Level
-
U5
Phaser Manual
-
U5
Delay Delay Time
-
U6
Phaser Rate
-
U6
Delay Wet Level
-
U7
Phaser Depth
-
U7
Delay Feedback
-
I12
Phaser Input Level
-
I02
Wah Resonance
-
I15
Phaser Wet Level
-
I08
Delay High-Damp
-
I09
Delay Ratio L
-
I10
Delay Ratio R
-
42.31
Number
U0
78
Algorithm M30 (3EH) : Multi30
Parameter
Notes
Distortion Gain
-
U1
Distortion Low
-
U2
Distortion Tone
-
U3
Distortion Level
-
U4
Chorus LFO Rate
-
U5
Chorus LFO Depth
-
U6
Chorus Feedback
-
U7
Chorus Wet Level
-
42.32
Number
Algorithm M31 (3FH) : Multi31
Parameter
Notes
U0
Distortion Gain
-
U1
Distortion Low
-
U2
Distortion Tone
-
U3
Distortion Level
-
U4
Flanger LFO Rate
-
U5
Flanger LFO Depth
-
U6
Flanger Feedback
-
U7
Flanger Wet Level
-
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Part VIII
43.6
SettingValuesandSend/
Receive Values
43
Pan Setting Value Table
Value
Transmit/Receive
Left
00H
:
:
Center
40H
:
:
Right
7FH
Setting Value Table
43.7
43.1
Off/On Setting Value Table
Value
Transmit
Receive
Off
00H
00H-3FH
On
7FH
40H-7FH
43.2
Transmit
Receive
Slow
00H
00H-3FH
Fast
7FH
40H-7FH
43.3
Transmit
Receive
Rotate
00H
00H-3FH
Break
7FH
40H-7FH
Transmit/Receive
(MSB-LSB)
-99
-24 to 0 to 24 Setting Value Table
00H-40H
:
:
0
40H-00H
:
:
99
7FH-00H
43.8
Rotate/Break Setting Value Table
Value
43.4
Value
Slow/Fast Setting Value Table
Value
-99 to 0 to 99 Setting Value Table
Type 0 to Type 7 Setting
Value Table
Value
Transmit
Receive
Type0
00H
00H-0FH
Type1
10H
10H-1FH
Type2
20H
20H-2FH
Type3
30H
30H-3FH
Type4
40H
40H-4FH
Type5
50H
50H-5FH
Value
Transmit/Receive
Type6
60H
60H-6FH
-24
28H
Type7
70H
70H-7FH
:
:
0
40H
:
:
24
58H
43.9
Master EQ Type Setting
Value Table
Value
Transmit/Receive
Standard
00H
Bass +
01H
Transmit/Receive
Treble +
02H
-64
00H
Loudness
03H
-63
01H
Mellow
04H
:
:
Bright
05H
0
40H
Rock
06H
:
:
Dance
07H
62
7EH
Jazz
08H
7FH
Classic
09H
43.5
Value
63
-64 to 0 to 63 Setting Value Table
80
43.10
Reverb Type Setting Value Table
Equalizer Low Frequency Setting
Value Table
Value
Transmit/Receive
Room1
00H
Value
Transmit
Receive
Room2
01H
0(200Hz)
00H
00H-2AH
Room3
02H
1(400Hz)
40H
2BH-55H
Hall1
03H
2(800Hz)
7FH
56H-7FH
Hall2
04H
Plate1
05H
Delay
06H
Panning Delay
07H
Plate2
08H
Plate3
09H
Large Room1
0AH
Large Room2
0BH
Stadium1
0CH
Stadium2
0DH
Long Delay
0EH
Long Panning Delay
0FH
43.11
43.12
43.13
Chorus Type Setting Value Table
Equalizer Mid Frequency Setting
Value Table
Value
Transmit
Rceive
0(1.0KHz)
00H
00H-0FH
1(1.3KHz)
10H
10H-1FH
2(1.6KHz)
20H
20H-2FH
3(2.0KHz)
30H
30H-3FH
4(3.0KHz)
40H
40H-4FH
5(4.0KHz)
50H
50H-5FH
6(6.0KHz)
60H
60H-6FH
7(8.0KHz)
70H
70H-7FH
43.14
Equalizer High Frequency
Setting Value Table
Value
Transmit/Receive
Chorus1
00H
Value
Transmit
Receive
Chorus2
01H
0(6.0KHz)
00H
00H-2AH
Chorus3
02H
1(8.0KHz)
40H
2BH-55H
Chorus4
03H
2(10.0KHz)
7FH
56H-7FH
Feedback Chorus
04H
Flanger1
05H
Short Delay
06H
Short Delay FB
07H
Soft Chorus
08H
Bright Chorus
09H
Deep Chorus
0AH
Flanger2
0BH
Flanger3
0CH
Flanger4
0DH
Short Delay Modulation
0EH
Short Delay Modulation FB
0FH
81
43.15
Equalizer Gain Setting
Value Table
43.16
DSP Algorithm ID Table
Algorithm
ID
Value
Transmit
Receive
00
00H
-12
00H
00H-04H
01
01H
-11
05H
05H-09H
02
02H
-10
0AH
0AH-0EH
03
03H
-9
0FH
0FH-13H
:
:
-8
14H
14H-18H
28
1CH
-7
19H
19H-1DH
M00
20H
-6
1EH
1EH-22H
M01
21H
-5
23H
23H-27H
M02
22H
-4
28H
28H-2CH
M03
23H
-3
2DH
2DH-31H
:
:
-2
32H
32H-36H
M31
3FH
-1
37H
37H-3BH
0
3CH
3CH-43H
+1
44H
44H-48H
+2
49H
49H-4DH
+3
4EH
4EH-52H
+4
53H
53H-57H
+5
58H
58H-5CH
+6
5DH
5DH-61H
+7
62H
62H-66H
+8
67H
67H-6BH
+9
6CH
6CH-70H
43.17
Drawbar Position Setting Value
Table
Value
Transmit
Receive
0
00H
00H-1FH
1
20H
20H-3FH
2
40H
40H-5FH
3
60H
60H-7FH
43.18
Drawbar Percussion
Setting Table
+10
71H
71H-75H
+11
76H
76H-7AH
Value
Setting
+12
7BH
7BH-7FH
0
0 All off
1
2nd only on
2
3rd only on
3
2nd and 3rd both on
The parameter value is not equivalent to dB (decibels).
82
Part IX
43.20
MIDI Implementation
Notation
When a MIDI implementation data value is expressed
in binary, the letter "B" (for "binary") is affixed at the
end of the value.The following table shows the binary
equivalents for some of the values in the most
commonly used range (0 to 127).
Binary Notation
Decimal
Hexadecimal
Binary
Hexadecimal Notation
0
00H
00000000B
MIDI implementation sometimes requires that data be
expressed in hexadecimal format. Hexadecimal values
are indicated by the letter "H" after the value. The
hexadecimal equivalents of decimal values 10 through
15 are expressed as the letters A through F. The
following table shows the hexadecimal equivalents for
the most commonly used values (0 to 127).
1
01H
00000001B
2
02H
00000010B
3
03H
00000011B
4
04H
00000100B
5
05H
00000101B
6
06H
00000110B
7
07H
00000111B
8
08H
00001000B
43.19
Decimal Hexadecimal Decimal Hexadecimal Decimal Hexadecimal Decimal Hexadecimal
0
00H
32
20H
64
40H
96
60H
1
01H
33
21H
65
41H
97
61H
2
02H
34
22H
66
42H
98
62H
9
09H
00001001B
3
03H
35
23H
67
43H
99
63H
10
0AH
00001010B
0BH
00001011B
4
04H
36
24H
68
44H
100
64H
11
5
05H
37
25H
69
45H
101
65H
12
0CH
00001100B
6
06H
38
26H
70
46H
102
66H
13
0DH
00001101B
7
07H
39
27H
71
47H
103
67H
14
0EH
00001110B
8
08H
40
28H
72
48H
104
68H
15
0FH
00001111B
9
09H
41
29H
73
49H
105
69H
16
10H
00010000B
10
0AH
42
2AH
74
4AH
106
6AH
11
0BH
43
2BH
75
4BH
107
6BH
:
:
12
0CH
44
2CH
76
4CH
108
6CH
125
7DH
01111101B
13
0DH
45
2DH
77
4DH
109
6DH
126
7EH
01111110B
14
0EH
46
2EH
78
4EH
110
6EH
127
7FH
01111111B
15
0FH
47
2FH
79
4FH
111
6FH
16
10H
48
30H
80
50H
112
70H
17
11H
49
31H
81
51H
113
71H
18
12H
50
32H
82
52H
114
72H
19
13H
51
33H
83
53H
115
73H
20
14H
52
34H
84
54H
116
74H
21
15H
53
35H
85
55H
117
75H
22
16H
54
36H
86
56H
118
76H
23
17H
55
37H
87
57H
119
77H
24
18H
56
38H
88
58H
120
78H
25
19H
57
39H
89
59H
121
79H
26
1AH
58
3AH
90
5AH
122
7AH
27
1BH
59
3BH
91
5BH
123
7BH
28
1CH
60
3CH
92
5CH
124
7CH
29
1DH
61
3DH
93
5DH
125
7DH
30
1EH
62
3EH
94
5EH
126
7EH
31
1FH
63
3FH
95
5FH
127
7FH
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