Samson Graphite 25 Owner`s manual

USB MIDI CONTROLLER
OWNER’S MANUAL
Copyright 2013 - Samson Technologies
V1.4
Samson Technologies
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Contents
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Graphite 25 Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
System Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Minimum System Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Front Panel Controls and Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Rear Panel Controls and Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Quick Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Display Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Graphite 25 Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Remote Control Presets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Preset Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Setup Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Zones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Performance Mode Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Performance Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
MIDI OUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Operational Flow Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
MIDI Continuous Controller (CC) List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Factory Default Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
MIDI Note Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
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Graphite 25 · USB/MIDI Keyboard Controller
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the Samson Graphite 25, 25-key USB keyboard controller! The Graphite 25 gives you all the performance and production control to easily
integrate with your Windows or Mac digital production workstation. To capture
the dynamics of your performance, the Graphite 25 comes equipped with a 25-key
velocity-sensitive keyboard with aftertouch. In addition, the Graphite 25 has four
velocity-sensitive trigger pads with aftertouch, that can be used for recording drum
beats, triggering samples, or controlling midi parameters.
The Graphite 25 also functions as a full-featured control surface with eight encoders,
four function buttons, one master slider, 16 function buttons, and transport controls.
At the center of the keyboard, a large backlit LCD screen displays functions and accessible parameters in real-time, allowing you to make changes quickly without interrupting your performance or session.
The Graphite 25 is the perfect addition to your DAW or controlling virtual instrument
software. To get you started making music immediately, we have included Native
Instruments Komplete Elements, which contains over 1000 sounds and effects.
In these pages, you’ll find a detailed description of the features of the Graphite 25
keyboard controller, as well as a guided tour of its control panel, and ­inst­ructions for
setup and use. You’ll also find a warranty card enclosed. Please don’t forget to fill it
out and mail it in so that you can receive online technical support, and so that we can
send you updated information about these and other Samson products in the future.
We recommend you record your serial number in the space provided below, for future
reference.
Serial number: ____________________________________________
Date of purchase: __________________________________________
With proper care and maintenance, your Graphite 25 will operate trouble-free for
many years. Should your keyboard ever require servicing, a Return Authorization (RA)
number must be obtained before shipping your unit to Samson. Without this number,
the unit will not be accepted. Please call Samson at 1-800-3SAMSON (1-800-3726766) for an RA number prior to shipping your unit. Please retain the original packing
materials and, if possible, return the unit in its original carton. If your Graphite 25 was
purchased outside of the United States, contact your local distributor for warranty
details and service information.
Also, be sure to check out our website (www.samsontech.com) for Graphite desktop
editing software, firmware updates, and remote control setup documentation.
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Graphite 25 Features
The Samson Graphite 25 utilizes state-of-the-art technology and is engineered to the
finest detail. Here are some of its main features:
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25-key semi-weighted keyboard with aftertouch
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One programmable slider, eight encoders, and four buttons for hands-on control
over your DAW and virtual instruments
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Four velocity-sensitive trigger pads with aftertouch (two banks each) for drum
sounds and samples
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Large backlit LCD display provides real-time feedback
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MIDI Out, USB and sustain pedal connections
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Compact design, perfect for live performance and studio applications
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Dedicated Transpose and Octave buttons, Pitch Bend and Modulation wheels
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Three zones for creating splits and layering sounds
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Adjustable velocity curve for both keys and pads
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USB bus power
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Includes Native Instruments Komplete Elements software
System Components
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Samson Graphite 25 USB Keyboard
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One (1) USB Cable
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Native Instruments Komplete Elements installation DVD
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Graphite 25 Owner’s Manual
Minimum System Requirements
Windows (PC)
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Windows XP/Vista/Win7
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800MHz or higher, 256MB RAM or larger, USB port
Mac OS
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Mac OS X 10.4.9 or higher
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733MHz or higher, 512MB RAM or larger, USB port
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Graphite 25 · USB/MIDI Keyboard Controller
Front Panel Controls and Functions
+/-
Local
Mute
1. Display - The backlit LCD is the command center for the Graphite 25. It displays the current
setup information, performance data, adjustable parameters and controller information.
2. PAGE ◀ / ▶ Buttons - Press the PAGE buttons to navigate through the adjustable parameters and functions in all modes.
3. DATA +/– Buttons - Press the DATA buttons to adjust MIDI, controller, and performance data
in all modes.
4. ENTER Button - When pressed, this button applies the selected parameter settings.
5. SETUP Button - Press this backlit button to enter Setup Mode to adjust and assign performance and controller parameters within a preset.
6. ZONE Button - Press this backlit button to edit the three zones from which the Graphite can
send independent note and controller information.
7. PRESET Button - Press this backlit button to enter Preset Mode, where you can select from
30 different software and user presets.
8. MAIN Button - Press this backlit button to enter Performance Mode. It will also cancel any
adjusted parameters that have not been saved.
9. CHANNEL ◀ / ▶ Buttons - When preset No. 1 or any User preset is selected, pressing the
CHANNEL buttons will shift the eight encoders and four function buttons by one MIDI
channel to expand the working range of the controllers. When a software control preset is
selected, the channel command is processed by the software.
10. BANK ◀ / ▶ Buttons - When preset No. 1 or any User preset is selected, pressing the BANK
buttons will shift the eight encoders and four function buttons through four banks, allowing
48 individual parameters to be assigned. When a software control preset is selected, the
channel command is processed by the software.
11. Assignable Encoders - The eight endless encoders send continuous control data via the
USB or MIDI OUT jacks. The encoders E1–E4 are preset from the factory to send MIDI pan
messages on channels 1–4; the encoders E5–E8 are preset from the factory to send volume
messages on channels 1–4. The encoders can be assigned to control different parameters in
Setup Mode.
12. Function Buttons - The four function buttons can be used to send MIDI note or control
information, and can be set as either toggle or momentary style buttons. The current state of
each button is shown on the display.
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Front Panel Controls and Functions
13. Trigger Pads - The four velocity-sensitive trigger pads can be assigned to send MIDI note or
control information, and can be set as either toggle or momentary style buttons. For added
control, these pads feature four velocity curves as well as aftertouch.
14. PAD A/B Button - The Trigger Pads are configured into two pad banks, with different set-
tings configured to each pad. Press the PAD A/B button to toggle between the two banks.
15. Transport Buttons - The five transport buttons control universal Rewind, Fast Forward, Stop,
Play and Record functions (respectively) in the factory default setting. They can also be assigned to control different parameters in the Setup Mode, similar to the Function Buttons. If
you encounter a stuck (hanging) note, press the Rewind and Fast Forward buttons together
to send a Panic command to all ports and channels. The Panic command includes “all notes
off,” “reset all controllers,” “reset pitch bend” and “reset GM” system messages.
16. OCTAVE +/– Buttons - Press the OCTAVE buttons to shift the octave of the keyboard up or
down a maximum of four octaves, to extend the range of the keyboard. Each time you press
the OCTAVE button, the range of the keyboard shifts up or down 12 notes.
17. TRANSPOSE +/– Buttons - Press the TRANSPOSE buttons to shift the range of the keyboard
up or down a maximum of 12 semitones (half-steps).
18. PITCH BEND Wheel - Use this wheel to raise or lower the pitch of notes played on the
keyboard.
19. MODULATION Wheel - This wheel is usually used to add vibrato or other expressive effects
to a sound being played.
20. Master Volume Slider - This slider sends continuous control data via the USB or MIDI OUT
jacks. The Master Volume slider is preset from the factory to control the master volume control. The slider can be assigned to control different parameters in Setup Mode.
21. Function Keys - In Setup Mode, the first 18 keys of the keyboard are assigned to functions,
and numerical digits (0–9).
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Graphite 25 · USB/MIDI Keyboard Controller
Rear Panel Controls and Functions
1. POWER Switch - Use this switch to turn the keyboard on or off.
2. DC IN - The Graphite 25 can be powered using a 9V 300mA adaptor, connected to the DC IN
jack.
3. USB Connection - Connect a standard USB cable from this port to the USB connection on a
computer or iPad to provide power to the keyboard, as well as to send and receive MIDI data.
4. MIDI OUT - Use a 5-pin MIDI cable to connect the Graphite 25 to an external MIDI device.
5. SUSTAIN Pedal Input - Connect a ¼” sustain pedal to this input. This input is preset from the
factory to send MIDI sustain (CC #64) messages. The SUSTAIN pedal input can be assigned to
send different MIDI parameters in Setup Mode.
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Quick Start
1.
Connect the Graphite 25 to your computer using the supplied USB cable. The unit will
receive power and transmit MIDI data via the USB connection.
2.
Connect a ¼” TS pedal to the SUSTAIN pedal input.
Computer
Sustain Pedal
MIDI Device
3.
Push the POWER switch to the on position.
4.
Launch your DAW or virtual instrument software, and set the Graphite 25 as the MIDI Input
and MIDI Output device.
5.
To use the Graphite 25 with an external MIDI device (such as a sound module), connect a
5-pin MIDI cable to the MIDI OUT on the rear of the Graphite 25, and to the MIDI IN of the
external device. For more information on connecting to an external MIDI device, please see
“MIDI OUT” on page 26.
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Graphite 25 · USB/MIDI Keyboard Controller
Display Features
The Graphite 25 features a backlit LCD screen that displays performance and status information.
Operation
Data
+/-
Parameter Tags
Preset
Local
Mute
Pad Bank A/B
Status Indicators
Pads, Function and Transport Button Indicators
Data - The current value of a given controller.
Operation - When a component is activated, the component name and operation data will be
shown. If more than one component is activated at the same time, the display shows the information of the component that was most recently activated.
Preset - The current preset number. The range is 01–30.
Parameter Tags
Oct - Octave shift for the keyboard. The range is +/- 4.
Trans - Transpose shift for the keyboard. The range is +/- 12.
Bank - The bank is the collection of all encoders and function buttons set when the selected preset is “01” or User preset. The range is 1–4. When remote control preset is selected, it will display
“-“.
Ch+/- - Displays the transmitting MIDI Channel of the encoders and function buttons.
Zone - The number of the activated zones. The range is 1–3 .
Status Indicators
Local - This sign will appear when the Local function is engaged.
Mute - This sign will appear when the Mute function is engaged.
A/B - Indicates the active pad bank.
Button Indicators
F1–F16 - When a function button is at On status, the corresponding block will appear.
Trigger Pads - When a pad is pressed, the corresponding block will appear.
Transport Controls - When a transport button is on, the corresponding block will appear.
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Graphite 25 Modes
The Graphite 25 has four main operation modes: Performance Mode, Preset Mode, Setup
Mode and Zone Mode.
Preset Mode - In this mode, you can access the 30 available presets. A preset stores information
on the assignments for the slider, knobs, and buttons. Using presets allows you to quickly load
the settings for specific applications without having to reprogram the unit every time. This mode
is activated by pressing the PRESET button. Refer to the section “Preset Mode” on page 16 for
more details.
Setup Mode - In this mode, you can access and assign all of the features of the Graphite 25. This
allows you to customize the settings to match your needs. In addition to the buttons on the top
panel, the first 18 keys on the keyboard are also available to access functions and enter numerical
data. This mode is activated by pressing the SETUP button. Refer to the section “Setup Mode” on
page 17 for details.
Zone Mode - The keyboard can be divided into several zones, sometimes referred to as layers
or splits. Each zone has its own active key range, program number, MSB and LSB, and can be set
to transmit to different channels and ports. There are three zones available. Refer to the section
“Zones Mode” on page 20 for more details.
Performance Mode - In this mode, the 25 velocity-sensitive keys transmit note and velocity information via the USB or MIDI output. The assignable controllers, pitch bend and modulation wheels
all transmit continuous controller information. This mode is activated by pressing the MAIN button. Refer to the section “Performance Mode” on page 22 for details.
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Graphite 25 · USB/MIDI Keyboard Controller
Remote Control Presets
The Graphite keyboard can be used as a control surface for most audio software titles. Along with
presets that can be customized to tailor the keyboard to your work environment, the Graphite 25
comes with presets for many popular audio programs. Please refer to the section “Preset Mode”
on page 16 for direction on how to call a remote control preset.
The Graphite 25 utilizes virtual MIDI Out Port 5 and In
Port B with the Mackie Control protocol to communicate to the software. Specific control messages and
data for the encoders, buttons, and slider depend on
the selected remote control preset.
USB VIRTUAL PORT
In Port A
Out Port 1
In Port B
Out Port 2
Out Port 3
Out Port 4 Local
Out Port 5
(For remote control)
COMPUTER
USB
Within the audio software preferences, Mackie Control should be selected in the Control Surface
settings. For some software titles, the MIDI control input will need to be set to SAMSON Graphite
25 (Controller).
Example from Ableton Live 8
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Preset Mode
To select a preset, press the PRESET button and the
keyboard will enter Preset Mode. The Preset indicator
will light red, and the Preset number will flash under the
PRESET tag. While in PRESET mode, the Graphite 25 will
stop transmitting MIDI messages.
+/-
Use the DATA +/– buttons or numerical keys to select the
desired Preset. The name of the Preset will appear in the
first row of the display. Press the ENTER button to confirm your choice, and the keyboard will load
the new Preset settings for all slider, knobs and buttons. Pressing the MAIN button will cancel the
selection and return to the previous Preset. There are 3 categories of presets:
GRAPHITE Preset
Preset 1 is configured for the Master Volume slider to control the master volume, and
the encoders to control channel pan and volume for four channels at a time in Zone
1. Using this preset will get you started working with almost any standalone USB/MIDI
device or audio software.
You can edit the Preset for each component in Setup Mode, and save your changes.
The settings for Master Volume slider, encoders E1–E8 and function buttons F1–F4 can
be organized into four banks, which can be accessed by pressing the BANK ◀ or ▶
buttons. The active MIDI channels for all encoders can be shifted up or down by one
channel by pressing the CHANNEL ◀ or ▶ ­buttons.
Remote Control Presets
Presets 2–16 are designed for specific software titles, with the controls set to access the
most common functions directly from the Graphite 25. The communication between
the computer and the keyboard is bidirectional, and information from the software will
appear on the Graphite’s display. You can edit the Presets in Setup Mode and save your
changes to further customize the parameters to suit your needs.
The Master Volume slider is used for master volume control. Encoders E1–E4 are used
for channel pan control; E5–E8 are used for channel volume control. F1–F4 are used
for channel Record for all software. The BANK and CHANNEL buttons are used to
change the channels controlled within the software. The remote control message is
sent through output Port 5 to the computer, and the message from the computer is
received through input Port B of the keyboard.
Note: When you move the master volume slider on the computer, its data will be sent to the
keyboard in real time, and it will be shown on the display, but it cannot affect the physical
position of the slider on the keyboard. When you move the Master Volume slider on the
keyboard, the message will not be transmitted until it reaches the value and position of the
slider in the software. This eliminates any unexpected level jumps when the slider is moved.
User Presets
Presets 17–30 are User presets that can be fully customized to create your layout. The
default settings for each User preset is the same as in Preset 1.
The User Preset also includes information about the contents of settings, for all zones,
and activity status. Zone edit results are saved to the current activated Preset automatically.
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Graphite 25 · USB/MIDI Keyboard Controller
Setup Mode
Setup Mode enables you to make adjustments to how the Graphite 25 will operate. Pressing the
SETUP button will enter Setup Mode, the keyboard will stop transmitting MIDI data, and the first
18 keys will serve as numerical input and access to additional functions.
Controllers
To adjust a controller, press a button, move a slider
or encoder, or press the pedal, and its name and
parameter values will appear on the display.
+/-
Press the PAGE ◀ / ▶ buttons to cycle through
the available parameters (see table below). The
parameter name will be displayed and the value
will flash. Use the DATA +/– buttons or numerical
keys to set the appropriate value.
Note: When the value Ch is set to “-“, the controller
follows the keyboard channel in Zone 1. You can use
the DATA button to select “-“, or press the 0 key on the
keyboard to select “-“.
+/-
Press the ENTER button or the ENTER key on the
keyboard to confirm a selection. You can confirm
the selection after each parameter, or after you
finish editing all parameters for a controller. The
new values will be saved and updated on the
display.
Note: The encoder settings are saved into the current activated bank. Press the BANK ◀ / ▶ to change
the bank where the settings will be saved.
If you select another controller, or press the SETUP or MAIN buttons before saving your changes,
your changes will be lost. Simultaneously pressing the DATA + and DATA – buttons will restore the
controller to its original setting.
The setting of the slider, encoders and transport buttons cannot be changed in the Remote
Control Preset. The components assigned to the function buttons vary according to the software
title you are using.
Parameter
Controller
Data
Type
Button or Pad
0: Control
1: Note
Remark
Mode
Button or Pad
0: Toggle
1: Momentary
Ctrl or Note
Button or Pad
Control: 0–171 (except 152 and 153)
Note: 0–127
Depending on Type selection
Ctrl
Encoder or Slider
0–171
Refer to MIDI Continuous Controller
List in the back of the manual
Port
All
1–5
Transmitting Port
Ch [1]
All
1–16
Transmitting Channel
[1] To set the controllers to follow the keyboard channel in Zone 1, press the 0 key, or use the
DATA buttons to select “--” on the display.
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Setup Mode
Editing the Aftertouch Control
Press the Aftertouch key to assign control code for the keyboard aftertouch feature. “A.Touch”
will appear on the display with the value of the current control in the data area. Use the DATA +/–
buttons to change the value, or enter data by pressing the numerical keys on the keyboard. Press
both DATA +/– buttons simultaneously to recover the original value. Press the ENTER key or the
ENTER button to confirm your setting and to save. When you save your settings, the value display
will stop blinking.
Selecting the Keyboard Velocity Curve
Press the KB Vel key to select a velocity curve for keyboard. “KB.Curve” will appear in the Operation
area of the display with its current velocity curve number in the data area. The Operation area will
then change to show the current velocity curve. Use the DATA +/– buttons or enter the number
by pressing the numerical keys on the keyboard to select a curve. Press the ENTER key or the
ENTER button to confirm your setting and to save. When you save your settings, the name of the
velocity curve will be updated, and the value display will stop blinking.
Available Velocity Curves
No.
Type
Description
0
Normal
Linear type curve - Default
1
Soft 1
Results in a lower transmitted velocity (and corresponding volume)
2
Soft 2
Results in a lower transmitted velocity (and corresponding volume)
3
Hard 1
Results in a higher transmitted velocity (and corresponding volume)
4
Hard 2
Results in a higher transmitted velocity (and corresponding volume)
5
Expand
Emphasizing the louder volume and softening the lower volume
6
Compress
Emphasizing the softer volume and softening the louder volume
7
Fix 64
Note velocity is fixed to 64
8
Fix 100
Note velocity is fixed to 100
9
Fix 127
Note velocity is fixed to 127
0 - Normal
5 - Expand
1 - Soft 1
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6 - Compress
2 - Soft 2
7 - Fix 64
3 - Hard 1
8 - Fix 100
4 - Hard 2
9 - Fix 127
Graphite 25 · USB/MIDI Keyboard Controller
Setup Mode
Selecting Velocity Curve for the Trigger Pads
Press the Pad Vel key to select a velocity curve for the trigger pads. “P.Curve” will appear in the Operation area of the display with its current velocity curve number in the data area . The Operation
area will then change to show the current velocity curve. Use the DATA +/– buttons or enter the
number by pressing the numerical keys on the keyboard. Press the ENTER key or the ENTER button to confirm your setting and save it. The name of the velocity curve will be updated. The value
display will stop blinking. Selectable curves are the same as keyboard velocity curves.
Switch the Local Control
The USB out from port 1 or 2 can be transmitted through the MIDI Out jack. This is controlled
by the local setting. Press the Local key to switch the local control On/Off. “Local” and its current
status will appear in the Operation area of the display, and flash. Press the DATA + (or numerical
key 1) to turn Local Control on and DATA – (or numerical key 0) to turn Local Control off. Press the
ENTER key or the ENTER button to confirm your setting and save it. When local is on, “Local” will
appear in the Status Indicator area on the right side of the screen.
Pedal Setup
Press the pedal to assign a control code for the pedal. “Pedal” will appear in the Operation area of
the display with the value of the current control in the data area. The value is also shown and will
blink under the Val tag on the second row of the display. Use the DATA +/– buttons to change the
value or enter the data by pressing the numerical keys on the keyboard. Press the ENTER key or
the ENTER button to confirm your setting and save it. The value display will stop blinking.
Preset Reset
Press the Preset key to reset to the factory default setting. “Reset No” will appear in the Operation
area of the display and “No” will blink. Press DATA + (or numerical key 1) to switch it to “Yes” or
DATA – (or numerical key 0) to switch it “No.” Press the ENTER key or the ENTER button to confirm
your decision. When the Yes is confirmed, the Reset sign will appear in the Status Indicator area
on the right side of the screen and “Loading…” will appear in the Operation area of the display.
After the reset is finished, the display will show “Reset OK”.
Mute Control
Messages for the operations of the encoders and slider are normally transmitted immediately
with movement of the controller. You can set the Graphite so that it transmits all encoder and
slider movements simultaneously. This is controlled by the MUTE setting. Press the Mute key to
switch the mute control On/Off. “Mute” and its current status will appear in the Operation area of
the display and flash. Press DATA + (or numerical key 1) to turn Mute Control on and DATA – (or
numerical key 0) to turn Mute Control off. Press the ENTER key or the ENTER button to confirm
your setting. When mute is on, “Mute” will appear in the Status Indicator area on the right side of
the screen.
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Zones Mode
The keyboard can be divided into three zones, sometimes referred to as layers or splits. Each zone
has its own active key range, program number, MSB, LSB, Channel, Port, Octave, and Transpose
settings. The zones can be separated or overlapped. This allows you to layer or split the keyboard between sounds to expand your performance. Zone 1 is always active. Zones 2–3 can be
activated or disabled in Zone Mode. The display shows the parameters of the selected zone. The
factory default is Zone 1.
Press the ZONE button to enter Zone Mode. The corresponding indicator will light up. Press the
PAGE button to select a zone. The On/Off status appears after the zone number. Press the DATA+
button to engage the zone, and DATA– button to disable the zone. When a zone is activated,
the zone number will appear under the Zone tag in the third row of the display. For each zone
(1–3), the factory default MIDI Out port is 1–3, respectively. Press the MAIN button to return to
Performance Mode.
If zones are activated and overlapped, keys played in the overlap section will send messages to
multiple outputs and more than one voice can be produced. The PITCH BEND wheel, MODULATION wheel, pedal and keyboard aftertouch are applied to all activated zones.
Note: In Performance Mode, the operation of the OCTAVE +/– and TRANSPOSE +/– buttons only affect
Zone 1, even if multiple zones are activated.
Editing Zones
After selecting a zone, press the ENTER button to edit the zone. Press the PAGE ◀ / ▶ buttons to
cycle through the available parameters. Use the DATA +/– buttons or numerical keys to change
the value of a parameter. Press both DATA +/– buttons simultaneously to return to the original
value. When you have completed editing the zones, press the ENTER button or the ENTER key on
the keyboard to save your changes.
Zone settings are nonvolatile, and will be saved even when the power is turned off. You can recover the default Zone settings with the PRESET function. Press the MAIN or ZONE button to exit
Zone Mode and return to Performance Mode. To cancel your changes, before pressing Enter, press
the MAIN or ZONE button to return to Performance Mode.
Note: Zones are saved to the current active Preset.
Note: In Performance Mode, changing the program number, MSB, LSB, Port and Channel only affect
Zone 1. Enter Zone Mode to adjust the parameters of the other active zones.
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Zones Mode
Available parameters in Zone Mode:
Parameter
Description
Range
Zn: Prog [1]
Program number for playing on the specific section of the
keyboard [2]
0–127
Zn: MSB
Most Significant Bit of the program bank for playing on the
specific section of the keyboard
0–127
Zn: LSB
Least Significant Bit of program bank for playing on the specific
section of the keyboard
0–127
Zn: Port
Transmitting port
1–5
Zn: Ch
Transmitting channel - the channel always follows the channel
of Zone 1 if set to “-“
1–16
Zn: Rang<
Note number of the most left key in the specific section of the
keyboard [3]
0–127
Zn: Rang>
Note number of the most right key in the specific section of the
keyboard. [3]
0–127
Zn: Oct
Octave shift for the specific section of the keyboard. [4]
-4–0–4
Zn: Trans
Transpose for the specific section of the keyboard. [5]
-12–0– 12
[1] “n” represents zone number
[2] If you set different programs in different zones with the same port and channel, it will cause a conflict, and
the unit will use the program of the last activated zone.
[3] Press a key on the keyboard to set the beginning and end key of the range. If the end key is lower than
beginning key, the entry will be rejected.
[4] Use the OCTAVE +/- buttons to change the octave shift.
[5] Use the TRANSPOSE +/- buttons to change the transpose.
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Performance Mode
Octave Buttons
The Octave buttons allow you to shift the octave of the keyboard up or down to extend the range
of the keyboard. Press the OCTAVE +/– buttons to shift the octave up or down a maximum of four
octaves. Press the OCTAVE +/– buttons together to reset the octave shift to zero. The octave shift
value will be shown under the Oct tag on the second row of the screen.
Note: This adjustment is only for Zone 1 in the current Preset. If you engage zones 2–4 or select another
Preset, the octave shift value will change according to the setting in the zone. Please refer to the section “Zones Mode” on page 20 for more information.
Transpose Buttons
Press the TRANSPOSE +/– buttons to transpose a note up or down by a maximum of 12 semitones. Press the TRANSPOSE +/– buttons together to reset the transpose shift to zero. The transpose value will be shown under the Trans tag on the second row of the screen.
Note: This adjustment is only for Zone 1 in the current Preset. If you engage zones 2–4 or select another
Preset, the transpose value will change according to the setting in the zone. Please refer to the section
“Zones Mode” on page 20 for more information.
Aftertouch
The keyboard features aftertouch. After hitting a key, keep pressure on the key, and the channel
aftertouch (value common to all keys) message will be transmitted. You can change the control of
the aftertouch in Setup Mode (p. 17). The transmitting port and channel follow the port and channel settings of Zone 1.
Velocity Curve
The keyboard is velocity sensitive. There are ten selectable velocity curves. Refer to Selecting
the Keyboard Velocity Curve on p. 18 to understand how to select a curve.
Modulation Wheel
The MODULATION wheel is usually used to add vibrato effects to tones you are playing. The
data range of the MODULATION wheel is 0–127. The transmitting port and channel follow the
port and channel settings of Zone 1.
PITCH BEND Wheel
The PITCH BEND wheel is used to bend notes played on the keyboard by raising or lowering the
pitch. The response and range of the controller is based on the patch or sound source that is
being controlled. The pitch bend wheel is spring-mounted and will return to the center position
when it is released.
Pedal
The default setting for the pedal input is sustain. You can assign another control to the pedal
in the Setup Mode. The transmitting port and channel follow the port and channel settings of
Zone 1. Refer to the section “Pedal Setup” on page 19 to learn how to assign the pedal.
Note: Do not step on the pedal when powering on the keyboard. The unit will detect the polarity of
the pedal automatically.
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Performance Mode Parameters
Trigger Pads
The keyboard features four assignable velocity-sensitive trigger pads with aftertouch. The
factory setting for the trigger pads is to function as drum pads. When you strike a pad, a corresponding icon will appear, and its note MIDI message will be transmitted on channel 10. The
pad number and the velocity curve number will be shown in the Operation and Data area of
the display and the port, channel, pad type, pad mode and note number information will be
shown under their respective tags. When you continuously press a pad, it will send a channel
aftertouch message, depending on how hard it is pressed.
The pads are configured to two pad banks with different settings for each pad, for a total of
eight individual pads. Press the PAD A/B button to switch between the two banks. The active
bank will be shown on the display. The factory default settings for pads are listed in the “Factory Default Settings” on page 31. You can select the pad velocity curve, change parameters,
or assign other controls to pads in Setup Mode.
Setting the Channel, Program, MSB, LSB and Port for the Keyboard
Some parameters can be edited from Performance Mode. Press the PAGE ◀ / ▶ buttons to
cycle through the parameters. Use the DATA +/– buttons to edit data. The edited data in the
first row of the display will flash. When you have completed making your changes for all items,
press the ENTER button to confirm and transmit them together. To cancel your changes, press
the MAIN button. All data will be recovered to its original value.
Please see the table below for details on the adjustable parameters.
Tag
Description
Range
Factory default setting
Program
Program number
0–127
0
MSB
Most Significant Bit of program bank for keyboard playing
0–127
0
LSB
Least Significant Bit of program bank for keyboard playing
0–127
0
Port
Transmitting port
1–5
1
Ch
Transmitting channel
1–16
1
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Performance Controls
The Graphite 25 features eight assignable encoders (E1–E8), volume slider (S1), four function buttons (F1–F4) and transport controls. Below is a brief description of how these features operate.
Encoders
The factory setting for the encoders is pan control, set to channels 1–4. When you rotate the
knob of an encoder, the encoder number and the data will be shown in the Operation area of the
display. Rotate the knob clockwise to increase the value, and counter-clockwise to decrease the
value (ranging 0–127). You can change parameters or assign other controls to encoders in “Setup
Mode” on page 17. The default settings for encoders are listed in “Factory Default Settings” on
page 31.
Slider
The factory setting for the slider is master volume. When you move a slider, the slider number, S1,
and the data will be shown in the Operation area of the display. Move the slider to the right to
increase the value, and to the left to decrease the value (ranging 0–127). You can change parameters or assign other controls to encoders in “Setup Mode” on page 17.
Note: Assign the Channel to “-“ for the slider and encoders to follow the keyboard channel of Zone 1.
Function Buttons
There are four function buttons (F1–F4) on the control panel. The buttons can be defined as
“Note” type (abbreviated to N), which send note messages when pressed, or “Control” type (abbreviated to C), which send control messages when pressed.
The buttons can also be set to “Toggle” (abbreviated to 0). Press one of the buttons to send the
On message, and press the button again to send the Off message. The buttons can alternatively
be set to “Momentary” (abbreviated to M). If the button is a control type, press the button to send
the control code. When you release the button, the control code will no longer be sent. If the type
of the button is a note type, press the button to send note on message and release the button to
send a note off message.
The button number and value will be shown in the Operation and Data area of the display. The
function of each button is assignable. You can change parameters or assign other controls to
buttons through the setup function. Please refer to “Setup Mode” on page 17 for details. The
default settings for the function buttons are listed in “Factory Default Settings” on page 31.
BANK Buttons
There are four banks of encoders and function buttons with individual settings, expanding the
amount of controls available. The BANK buttons allow you to group the settings of the encoders
E1–E8 and function buttons F1–F4 into a bank, and then recall them quickly. Press the BANK ◀ /
▶ buttons to select between the banks. The bank number will be shown under the BANK tag in
the display. The default bank is 1.
CHANNEL Buttons
Press the CHANNEL ◀ / ▶ buttons to increase or decrease the channel number for all encoders
E1–E8 and function buttons F1–F4 in the activated bank, to quickly expand the working range,
globally. The channel change message will be handled by the computer software when a software preset is selected, and the icon “-“ will be displayed under the Ch +/– tag.
Note: When the remote control preset (Preset 2–10) is activated, the BANK and CHANNEL buttons will
send specific control messages to the music software.
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Performance Controls
Transport Buttons
There are five transport buttons marked
. The factory default settings are to
Rewind, Fast Forward, Stop, Play, and Record, respectively. Please see detailed information for the
default settings in the table below.
Component
Category
Transport
Button
Description
Port
Message
Transmitted Data (H)
Type
Mode
Rewind
-
CC: 116, Ch -
B0 74 7F/00
Ctrl
Toggle
Fast Forward
-
CC: 117, Ch -
B0 75 7F/00
Ctrl
Toggle
Stop
-
CC: 118, Ch -
B0 76 7F/00
Ctrl
Toggle
Play
-
CC: 119, Ch -
B0 77 7F/00
Ctrl
Toggle
Record
-
CC: 114, Ch -
B0 72 7F/00
Ctrl
Toggle
The function of each button is assignable. You can change parameters or assign other controls to
these buttons through the setup function. Please refer to “Setup Mode” on page 17 for details.
During performance, if a note is stuck on, press the
(Rewind) and
(Fast Forward) buttons simultaneously, and the unit will send Panic command to all ports and channels of external sound,
causing the device to terminate the sound. The Panic command includes “all notes off,” “reset all
controllers,” “reset pitch bend” and “reset GM” system messages. During the panic processing,
“PANIC” will appear in the Operation area of the display.
Note: Not all sound generating devices support this Panic command.
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MIDI OUT
In addition to USB, the Graphite 25 features a MIDI OUT jack. The USB communication protocol supports four virtual USB In ports and four virtual USB Out ports. MIDI messages from the
keyboard set to Port 1–4 are transmitted via the USB Out. Messages sent to Port 1 and Port 2 are
also transmitted through the MIDI Out terminal if the Local switch is set to On. This is the default
setting. Messages sent to Port 3 and Port 4 will not be transmitted through the MIDI Out terminal.
Messages received from external device or computer software through the USB In Port A will be
transferred to the MIDI Out terminal. The USB Out Port 5 and In Port B are used for the remote
control only.
The diagram below shows the configuration of the MIDI Chain.
KEYBOARD USB VIRTUAL PORT
In Port A
Out Port 1
In Port B
Out Port 2
Out Port 3
Out Port 4 Local
Out Port 5
(For remote control)
COMPUTER
MIDI OUT
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USB
Graphite 25 · USB/MIDI Keyboard Controller
Operational Flow Chart
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MIDI Continuous Controller (CC) List
CC
Description
Type
39
Channel Volume
Controller
0
Bank Select
Controller
40
Balance
Controller
1
Modulation wheel
Controller
41
Undefined
Controller
2
Breath control
Controller
42
Pan
Controller
3
Undefined
Controller
43
Expression
Controller
4
Foot controller
Controller
44
Effect control 1
Controller
5
Portamento time
Controller
45
Effect control 2
Controller
6
Data Entry
Controller
46
Undefined
Controller
7
Channel Volume
Controller
47
Undefined
Controller
8
Balance
Controller
48
General Purpose #1
Controller
9
Undefined
Controller
49
General Purpose #2
Controller
10
Pan
Controller
50
General Purpose #3
Controller
11
Expression
Controller
51
General Purpose #4
Controller
12
Effect control 1
Controller
52
Undefined
Controller
13
Effect control 2
Controller
53
Undefined
Controller
14
Undefined
Controller
54
Undefined
Controller
15
Undefined
Controller
55
Undefined
Controller
16
General Purpose #1
Controller
56
Undefined
Controller
17
General Purpose #2
Controller
57
Undefined
Controller
18
General Purpose #3
Controller
58
Undefined
Controller
19
General Purpose #4
Controller
59
Undefined
Controller
20
Undefined
Controller
60
Undefined
Controller
21
Undefined
Controller
61
Undefined
Controller
22
Undefined
Controller
62
Undefined
Controller
23
Undefined
Controller
63
Undefined
Controller
24
Undefined
Controller
64
Damper pedal
Controller
25
Undefined
Controller
65
Portamento on/off
Controller
26
Undefined
Controller
66
Sostenuto on/off
Controller
27
Undefined
Controller
67
Soft pedal on/off
Controller
28
Undefined
Controller
68
Legato Footswitch
Controller
29
Undefined
Controller
69
Hold 2
Controller
30
Undefined
Controller
70
Sound Variation
Controller
31
Undefined
Controller
71
Timbre/Harmonic Intens.
Controller
32
Bank Select
Controller
72
Release Time
Controller
33
Modulation wheel
Controller
73
Attack Time
Controller
34
Breath control
Controller
74
Brightness
Controller
35
Undefined
Controller
75
Decay Time
Controller
36
Foot controller
Controller
76
Vibrato Rate
Controller
37
Portamento time
Controller
77
Vibrato Depth
Controller
38
Data entry
Controller
78
Vibrato Delay
Controller
28
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MIDI Continuous Controller (CC) List
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Sound Cont.
Controller
119
Undefined
Controller
80
General Purpose #5
Controller
120
All Sound Off
Controller
81
General Purpose #6
Controller
121
Reset All Controllers
Controller
82
General Purpose #7
Controller
122
Local control on/off
Controller
83
General Purpose #8
Controller
123
All notes off
Controller
84
Portamento Control
Controller
124
Omni mode off
Controller
85
Undefined
Controller
125
Omni mode on
Controller
86
Undefined
Controller
126
Poly mode off
Controller
87
Undefined
Controller
127
Poly mode on
Controller
88
Undefined
Controller
128
Pitch Bend Sensitivity
RPN
89
Undefined
Controller
129
Fine Tuning
RPN
90
Undefined
Controller
130
Coarse Tuning
RPN
91
Reverb Send Level
Controller
131
Vibrato Rate
NRPN
92
Tremolo Depth
Controller
132
Vibrato Depth
NRPN
93
Chorus Send Level
Controller
133
Vibrato Delay
NRPN
94
Celeste/Detune Depth
Controller
134
Low Pass Filter Cutoff Frequency
NRPN
95
Phaser Depth
Controller
135
Low Pass Filter Resonance
NRPN
96
Data entry +1
Controller
136
High Pass Filter Cutoff Frequency
NRPN
97
Data entry -1
Controller
137
EQ Low Gain
NRPN
98
NRPN LSB
Controller
138
EQ High Gain
NRPN
99
NRPN MSB
Controller
139
EQ Low Frequency
NRPN
100
RPN LSB
Controller
140
EQ High Frequency
NRPN
101
RPN MSB
Controller
141
EG Attack Time
NRPN
102
Undefined
Controller
142
EG Decay Time
NRPN
103
Undefined
Controller
143
EG Release Time
NRPN
104
Undefined
Controller
144
Channel Pressure
After Touch
105
Undefined
Controller
145
Program Change
Others
106
Undefined
Controller
146
Song Select(Song #)
Others
107
Undefined
Controller
147
Tune request
Others
108
Undefined
Controller
148
Start
Others
109
Undefined
Controller
149
Continue
Others
110
Undefined
Controller
150
Stop
Others
111
Undefined
Controller
151
System Reset
Others
112
Undefined
Controller
152
Master Volume
SysE
113
Undefined
Controller
153
Master Balance
SysE
114
Undefined
Controller
154
GM ON
SysE
115
Undefined
Controller
155
XG ON
SysE
116
Undefined
Controller
156
GS ON
SysE
117
Undefined
Controller
157
GM2 ON
SysE
118
Undefined
Controller
158
Stop
MMC
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MIDI Continuous Controller (CC) List
159
PLAY
MMC
166
PAUSE
MMC
160
DEFERRED PLAY
MMC
167
EJECT
MMC
161
FORWARD
MMC
168
CHASE
MMC
162
REWIND
MMC
169
COMMAND ERROR RESET
MMC
163
RECORD STROBE
MMC
170
MMC RESET
MMC
164
RECORD EXIT
MMC
171
Pitch Bend
Pitch Bend
165
RECORD PAUSE
MMC
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Factory Default Settings
Controller
Type
Message
Type
Mode
E1
Encoder
CC: 10 Pan, Ch 1
-
-
E2
Encoder
CC: 10 Pan, Ch 2
-
-
E3
Encoder
CC: 10 Pan, Ch 3
-
-
E4
Encoder
CC: 10 Pan, Ch 4
-
-
E5
Encoder
CC: 10 Pan, Ch 5
-
-
E6
Encoder
CC: 10 Pan, Ch 6
-
-
E7
Encoder
CC: 10 Pan, Ch 7
-
-
E8
Encoder
CC: 10 Pan, Ch 8
-
-
S1
Slider
CC: 152
-
-
F1
Button
CC: 16, Ch -
C
T
F2
Button
CC: 17, Ch -
C
T
F3
Button
CC: 18, Ch -
C
T
F4
Button
CC: 19, Ch -
C
T
Button
CC: 116, Ch -
C
M
Button
CC: 117, Ch -
C
M
Button
CC: 118, Ch -
C
M
Button
CC: 119, Ch -
C
M
Button
CC: 114, Ch -
C
M
Aftertouch
Aftertouch
Channel Aftertouch
-
-
Pedal
Pedal
CC: 64 Sustain
C
M
P1-BANK A
Pad
NOTE: 36, Ch 10
N
M
P2-BANK A
Pad
NOTE: 37, Ch 10
N
M
P3-BANK A
Pad
NOTE: 38, Ch 10
N
M
P4-BANK A
Pad
NOTE: 39, Ch 10
N
M
P1-BANK B
Pad
NOTE: 40, Ch 10
N
M
P2-BANK B
Pad
NOTE: 41, Ch 10
N
M
P3-BANK B
Pad
NOTE: 42, Ch 10
N
M
P4-BANK B
Pad
NOTE: 43, Ch 10
N
M
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Factory Default Settings
Zones
Parameter
Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 3
Program
0
0
0
MSB
0
0
0
LSB
0
0
0
Port
1
2
3
Channel
1
-
-
Range<
0
0
0
Range>
127
127
127
Octave
0
0
0
Transpose
0
0
0
Other Factory Settings
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Parameter
Setting
Options
Bank
1
(1–4)
Ch +/–
0
(+/– 15)
Mute
Off
On/Off
Local
On
On/Off
PAD A/B
A
A/B
Preset
01
01–30
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MIDI Note Numbers
International Organization Standardization system of MIDI note numbers. Middle C is
MIDI note number 60 (C4).
Note Numbers
Octave
C
C#
D
D#
E
F
F#
G
G#
A
A#
B
-1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
0
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
1
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
2
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
3
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
4
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
5
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
6
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
7
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
8
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
9
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
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Specifications
Keyboard25-key, semi-weighted, velocity sensitive, with
aftertouch
Display
Large backlit LCD
Controls
Slider1
Encoders8
Function Buttons
4
Trigger Pads
4
Transport Controls
5 (Rewind, Fast Forward, Stop, Play, Record)
Wheels
Pitch Bend, Modulation
Key Range
Octave +/–, Transpose +/–
Operation ControlsMAIN, SETUP, PRESET, ZONE, PAD A/B,
BANK ◀ / ▶, CHANNEL ◀ / ▶, PAGE◀ / ▶, DATA
+/–, ENTER
Presets
30 (1 Graphite, 2-10 Remote Control, 11-30 User)
Functions Keys0-9, Enter, Mute, Aftertouch, KB Vel, Pad Vel, Local,
Preset
Pedal Input
1/4” TS
MIDI
MIDI over USB, 5-Pin MIDI OUT
Power
USB Bus Power, 9V 300mA (not included)
AccessoriesUSB Cable
Native Instruments Komplete Elements DVD
Dimensions 18.1” x 9.6” x 2.4”
460 mm x 243 mm x 60.6 mm
Weight5.3 lbs
2.4 kgs
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