Yamaha PLG100-XG Owner`s manual

Yamaha Virtual Acoustic Plug-in Board
Yamaha Virtual Acoustic Plug-in Board
Carte Plug-in de Synthèse Acoustique Virtuelle
Owner’s Manual
Bedienungsanleitung
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Precautions
● Do not expose the daughter board to direct sunlight,
excessive humidity, high temperatures, excessive dust
or strong vibrations.
● Before handling the daughter board, be sure to touch a
metal surface to discharge any static electricity which
may be in your body.
● When holding the daughter board, do not touch the inside area of the circuit board or apply excessive pressure to the board, and be sure to protect the board from
contact with water or other liquids.
● Before installing the daughter board onto a sound card,
unplug the power connector of your computer.
● Before connecting the computer to other devices, turn
off the power switches of all devices.
● Yamaha is not responsible for loss of data through computer malfunctions or operator actions.
● The daughter board contains no user-serviceable parts,
so never touch the inside area of the circuit board or
tamper with the electronic circuitry in any way. Doing
so may result in electrical shock or damage to the daughter board.
YAMAHA CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE
FOR DAMAGE CAUSED BY IMPROPER
CARE AND USE OF THE DAUGHTER BOARD.
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Relocate either this product or the device that is being affected by the interference.
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Introduction
Contents
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Virtual Acoustic Plug-in Board PLG100-VL will expand your tone generator/ sound card such
as MU100 and SW1000XG by adding 256 VL voices created by the unique Virtual Acoustic
Synthesis (including 137 VL-XG, XG compatible, voices). Using the included software, VL
Visual Editor, you can edit VL voices and create your own voices from scratch.
Please read through this manual to take full advantage of the PLG100-VL before use and keep
the manual in a safe place for future reference.
About PLG100-VL ........................................................ 4
Virtual Acoustic Synthesis ............................................ 6
Creating Voices ............................................................ 10
Voice Organization ...................................................... 10
Selecting Voices ............................................................ 12
Editing VL Voice Part Parameters ............................ 15
VL System Parameters ................................................ 24
Appendix Q & A ....................................................... 28
Voice List ................................................. 30
MIDI Data Format .................................. 34
MIDI Implementation Chart ................. 46
About XG Plug-in System
With Yamaha XG Plug-in System you can expand your tone generation system by
simply mounting an optional board onto the “mother” tone generator/sound card. For
example, you will be able to use extra voices from a different sound synthesis such as
Virtual Acoustic Synthesis, apply completely new dimensional facet of effects to your
music and/or add the latest technology to your music.
About Sondius XG
Products bearing the SONDIUS-XG logo are licensed under patents of Stanford University and Yamaha as listed on the internet web site, <http://www.sondius-xg.com>.
About VL-XG
The VL Extension for XG (“VL Extension for XG” is abbreviated to VL-XG) included in the PLG100-VL significantly enhances and expands the musical capabilities of the XG format with the superior sound and expressive potential of Yamaha
Virtual Acoustic Synthesis. The PLG100-VL provides superior wind and string instrument voices while the XG tone generator/sound card supplies drums, percussion,
keyboard, and other voices.
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About PLG100-VL
Main Features
● Allows you to play back the songs which are programmed with the VL-XG voice data
(p.10).
● Lets you edit the VL parameters on the tone generator (a model with LCD screen)
(p.15).
● Allows you to simulate an acoustic musical instrument and create a “virtual” musical
instrument by using the “VL Visual Editor,” a plug-in software for the “XGworks,”
even if you don’t have further musical knowledge (p.10).
● Allows you to play the PLG100-VL by WX5 (via BT7) connected to the tone generator via MIDI (p.27).
● Lets you easily install the PLG100-VL onto the tone generator/sound card.
VL Voice Edit
Editing VL-XG Voices
If you want to edit the existing MIDI files or create a MIDI song using various VL-XG
voices from the PLG100-VL, you need to use a sequencing software which is capable of
editing the system exclusive messages and transmit bank select/program change messages
and/or parameter changes to the PLG100-VL. See MIDI Data Format (p.34) for more
information on the system exclusive messages.
However, using the XG Editor Window of the included music sequencing software,
“XGworks” or “XGworks lite” (a Windows application, provided in the included CDROM) lets you visually and easily enter the VL program change data and edit its data
instead of inputting rather complicated system exclusive messages.
Creating Your Own VL Voices
Even if you have no experience in voice creation, the “VL Visual Editor” (also provided in
the included CD-ROM) lets you easily create VL voices. The “VL Visual Editor” is one of
the plug-in software for the “XGworks” (P.10).
• To use the “XGworks” and “VL Visual Editor” you need to connect the “mother” tone generator/sound card
to your PC, and properly set the “Driver” and “Input/Output devices.” For the details refer to the owner’s
manual of the “XGworks.”
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About PLG100-VL
■ Installation
For the installation of the PLG100-VL see the manual of respective “mother” tone generator/sound
card.
■ Included Items
• PLG100-VL Board
• CD-ROM
• Owner’s Manual
■ Specifications
Tone Generator
Polyphony
Sound Module Mode
Interface
Number of Voices
Dimensions
Weight
S/VA
(Self-oscillating Virtual Acoustic Synthesis: VLR Algorithm)
1 note monophonic (latest note priority)
VL-XG
XG Plug-in Connector (15-pin Digital Connector)
256 Preset voices (including 137 VL-XG voices)
6 Custom voices
64 Internal voices
138.5mm(W) 89mm(D) 8.5mm(H)
56g
About the Demonstration Data Provided in the CD-ROM
The demonstration data, songs and performances, provided in the included CD-ROM will
give you an idea of some of the PLG100-VL’s capability. Try them all using the “XGworks.”
* Performance data: send them as the bulk data to the XG tone generator using the “XGworks.”
● Performances
● Songs
File Name
Song Name
COOLJIVA.MID
OXYGEN.MID
Cool JiVA
Oxygen
NOBODY.MID
SILHOUET.MID
Nobody Knows
Silhouettes
VAMBIENT.MID
VAmbient
DOGROOVA.MID Do GrooVA
CLOUDS.MID
Clouds
Composer
Katsunori Ujiie
Andy Mowat
Daniel Powell (YAHAMA R&D London)
Akio Suzuki
Tom Scott (GRP Recording Artist)
Nate Tschetter
Charles Feilding (YAMAHA Sound Design Office)
Katsunori Ujiie
Katsunori Ujiie
Akio Suzuki
VLPFM1.MID
VLPFM2.MID
VLPFM3.MID
VLPFM4.MID
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Virtual Acoustic Synthesis
Unlike previous tone generation systems which use oscillators, function generators, preset waveforms or samples to produce sound, Yamaha Virtual Acoustic (“VA”) Synthesis applies sophisticated computer-based “physical modeling” technology to musical sound synthesis. In the same
way that computer “models” are used to simulate weather systems or the flight characteristics of
aircraft in the design stage, the PLG100-VL simulates the very complex vibrations, resonances,
reflections and other acoustic phenomena that occur in a real wind or string instrument.
VA Advantages
The PLG100-VL offers many advantages in terms of musical performance. Not just in
terms of sound, but also in terms of the “behavior” that makes acoustic instruments so
… well, musical! Yamaha Virtual Acoustic Synthesis is simply the most musical tone
generation system ever created.
• The PLG100-VL sounds better, has more depth, and is more realistic in the musical
sense than any other tone generation system.
• Simply playing a note in the same way does not always produce precisely the same
sound. The instrument is responsive and “alive”.
• Note-to-note transitions have the same continuity exhibited by acoustic instruments.
What goes on in between the notes is just as important musically as the notes themselves.
• It has extraordinary expressive capability. Rather than simply controlling parameters
like volume or pitch, you can control characteristics such as breath and reed pressure
with appropriate complex effects on the timbre of the sound.
VL Tone Generator Model
The overall VL tone generation model or “algorithm” consists of three main blocks: the
instrument, controllers, and modifiers. In schematic form these blocks are arranged as
follows:
Controllers (also envelopes)
Instrument
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Modifiers
Sound out
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Virtual Acoustic Synthesis
The Instrument
The key block in this algorithm is the instrument, since it is here that the fundamental tone
or “timbre” of the sound is defined. The instrument model consists primarily of a driver —
the reed/mouthpiece, lip/mouthpiece, or bow/string system — and a resonant system corresponding to the tube and air column or string.
In all these instruments pressure applied here (the
driving point) causes vibration which results in sound.
Reed vibration
Lip vibration
Air vibration
String vibration
• The sound thus produced is amplified and sustained by the body of the instrument.
• The pitch of the sound is determined by the length of the air column or string, and the timbre is a complex
product of the driving source (reed, lip, air, string), the shape of the resonant cavity, the materials from
which the instrument is made, etc.
One of the remarkable features of the Virtual Acoustic Synthesis system is that just about
any driver can be used with any type of pipe or string.
Drivers
Pipes/String
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Virtual Acoustic Synthesis
The Controllers
The input to an acoustic wind instrument comes from the player’s lungs, trachea, oral cavity, and lips. In a string instrument it comes from the player’s arm movement, transmitted to
the string via a bow. These elements actually form an important part of the sound generating
system and, in the PLG100-VL, are included in the controllers block. The player also influences the sound of the instrument by playing the keys, tone holes, or frets, and this aspect of
control constitutes another part of the controllers block. These and other control parameters
provided by the PLG100-VL are listed in the illustration below.
In essence, the controller parameters determine how the instrument “plays”. All of these
parameters can be assigned to any external controller that can be used with the PLG100VL: breath controller, foot controller, modulation wheel, etc. The pressure parameter, for
example, will normally be assigned to a breath controller so the player can control the
dynamics of the instrument by varying the breath pressure applied to the controller — a
natural, instinctive way to play wind-instrument voices. At the same time the growl and
throat parameters might also be assigned to the breath controller in order to achieve life-like
response and effects.
Embouchure
The tightness of the lips against the reed
or against each other, or the force of the
bow against the string.
Tonguing
Simulates the half-tonguing technique
used by saxophone players by changing the “slit” of the reed.
Throat
Controls the characteristics of the
“player’s” throat or bowing arm.
Pressure
The amount of breath pressure applied
to the reed or mouthpiece, or bow velocity applied to the string.
Growl
A periodic pressure (bow velocity) modulation which produces the “growl” effect
often heard in wind instruments.
Pitch
Changes the length of the air column or
string, and thereby the pitch of the sound.
Damping & Absorption
Simulate the effects of air friction in the
pipe or on the string, and of high-frequency losses at the end of the pipe or
string.
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Scream
Drives the entire system into chaotic
oscillation, creating effects that can only
be achieved with physical modelling
technology.
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Virtual Acoustic Synthesis
The Modifiers
The modifiers block consists of 4 sections as shown in the diagram. Although these may
appear to be simple effects, they are actually intimately related to the PLG100-VL’s soundproducing model and have a significant effect on the sound.
● Harmonic Enhancer
The Harmonic Enhancer determines the harmonic structure of the
sound to the extent that it can produce radical timbral variations within
an instrument “family” (e.g. saxes). Adjusting the Harmonic Enhancer
may not produce audible effects since many of the PLG100-VL voices’
harmonics are created without the Harmonic Enhancer.
● Dynamic Filter
This section is similar to the dynamic filters found in many conventional synthesizers, with high-pass, bandpass, band elimination, and
low-pass modes. Some filter parameters are available via the PLG100VL controls, but the filter type cannot be changed.
Harmonic
Enhancer
Dynamic
Filter
Frequency
Equalizer
Resonator
• The degree how much the filter is applied can be changed using the key
scaling.
• The incline of the filters is -12dB/oct.
• This effect may vary depending on the selected voice.
● Frequency Equalizer
The Equalizer boosts or decreases the output level around the designated frequency. The
PLG100-VL lets you access the equalizer function using “Low Gain (Bass)” and “High
Gain (Treble)” parameters.
● Resonator
The Resonator uses simulated “resonator” pipes or strings and delays to produce a “woody”
resonance effect — although it has little or no effect on some voices. The resonator parameters are not accessible but preset for some of the preset voices.
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Creating Voices
You can create VL voices using the VL Visual Editor, which is one of the plug-in applications
for the “XGworks” and provided in the included CD-ROM.
For the detailed information about the VL Visual Editor see the on-line manual of the VL Visual
Editor.
The VL voices created by the VL Visual Editor can be loaded to the Custom Voice Bank (p.11)
of the PLG100-VL and played back. However, the loaded data will be lost once you turn off the
“mother” tone generator/sound card. You need to load the data again if you want to use the
voices. You can save the VL voice data in a file as a part of the “XGworks” song data or in an
external MIDI data storage device such as MDF3 as a part of bulk data (voice file).
About XGworks Plug-in System
The software with this logo attached implies that it is one of the plug-in applications for
the sophisticated music sequencing software “XGworks” and “XGworks lite.” The
XGworks Plug-in System expands and enhances the power of the “XGworks” and
“XGworks lite.”
Voice Organization
The VL voices have each program number and are organized into 12 banks. For the voice list see
page 30.
• Banks 112 through 119: VL-XG Banks
These banks are used when the PLG100-VL functions as the VL-XG tone generator.
The voices from the PRESET 1 and PRESET 2 banks are assigned to MIDI banks and
program change numbers conforming to the Yamaha XG format.
• Since the PLG100-VL does not have a full set of XG-compatible voices, some voice numbers will be skipped
(e.g. 22, 23, 25, 27, etc.). If the truncated number is designated, the XG voice having the same program
number in the bank 1 will sound, instead.
• Bank 000: PRESET 1 (Pr1)
The PRESET 1 bank contains 128 preset voices which have been created primarily to be
played via a keyboard.
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• Bank 001: PRESET 2 (Pr2)
The PRESET 2 bank contains 128 preset voices which have been created to provide maximum expressive capability when played with a breath controller or WX-series Wind MIDI
Controller.
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Voice Organization
• Bank 002: CUSTOM (Cst)
The CUSTOM bank has 6 memory locations (program numbers 001 - 006) in which you
can load the voices created by the Yamaha VL Visual Editor (p. 10).
The loaded voices cannot be backed up. When the “mother” tone generator/sound card is
turned off, the voices are reset to their defaults, the sound-effect type voices from the PRESET banks.
• Bank 003: INTERNAL (Int)
The INTERNAL voices of the VL70-m can be received and loaded (bulk data). The loaded
voices cannot be backed up. When the “mother” tone generator/sound card is turned off, the
voices are reset to their defaults, the voices from the PRESET banks, set up to be played via
a WX-series Wind MIDI Controller.
• The edited voices cannot be stored in the INTERNAL voice bank.
• (When using MU-series tone generator) Saving a performance containing a VL voice as a part records the
program number of the VL voice and the VL parameter settings edited on the “mother” tone generator.
• The VL-XG voices edited with XG Editor Window of the “XGworks” can be saved as a part of the song
data.
• Note that the “program numbers” here are 001–128 and the “MIDI program change numbers” are 000–
127. When selecting voices (programs) using an external MIDI device, subtract a value of “1” from the
“program numbers” to match the “MIDI program change numbers.”
■ Selecting Banks ..........................................................................................
Use the MIDI bank MSB (control number 00) and LSB (control number 32) numbers listed
below to select VL banks from an external MIDI device.
BANK
MSB
LSB
BANK 112
97 or 81
112
BANK 113
97 or 81
113
BANK 114
97 or 81
114
BANK 115
97 or 81
115
BANK 116
97 or 81
116
BANK 117
97 or 81
117
BANK 118
97 or 81
118
BANK 119
97 or 81
119
PRESET 1
33
0
PRESET 2
33
1
CUSTOM
33
2
INTERNAL
33
3
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Selecting Voices
The VL voices can be selected as you do with the XG voices. However, you have to select XG
Mode or Performance Mode from the “mother” tone generator/sound card Sound Module Mode,
first. You also have to designate the Part, to which you want to assign the VL voice, in the Utility
sub-mode (PLUGIN).
• The sound cards like the SW1000XG do not include “Performance Mode.” Please check the owner’s manual of the
“mother” tone generator/sound card whether it include the Performance Mode, or not.
• The steps how to select a VL voice, set up the utilities and edit the VL part parameters shown below are explained
using the MU100. Therefore, the illustrations may be somewhat different from the LCDs of your instrument.
IMPORTANT
When you use a sound card or a tone generator with no panel buttons...
To select a VL voice, to set up the utilities and to edit the VL part parameters, you need to use a
sequencing software and transmit the MIDI messages such as XG System On, Bank Select MSB/
LSB, program change and parameter change to the “mother” sound card/tone generator, instead of
following the steps below.
Using the included “XGworks,” properly installed in your PC (which is connected to the sound card/
tone generator) allows you to access the VL-XG voices through the Voice List dialog of the “XGworks.”
■ Selecting VL Voice ......................................................................................
1. Select XG or PERFORM from the “mother” tone generator Sound Module Mode.
When you select XG, Multi Play Mode will be engaged.
When you select PERFORM, Performance Play Mode will be engaged.
• The VL voices can be selected only when “normal” is selected in the Part Mode.
The VL voices can be played as a “part” in the XG Mode and as a “layer” in the Performance Mode.
2. Press SELECT button to place the cursor at the Bank Number.
3. Press VALUE button to select the Bank you want to use.
Depending on the Bank selected, 112–119 (VL-XG), 000 (Preset 1), 001 (Preset 2), 002
(Custom) or 003 (Internal) appears at the Bank Number location on the LCD.
When a VL voice is selected VL voice icon will be displayed on the LCD.
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• You may unintentionally select a bank number of the “mother” tone generator. Be sure to confirm that
the VL voice icon is displayed on the LCD.
4. Press SELECT button to place the cursor at the Program Number.
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Selecting Voices
5. Press VALUE button to select the Program Number (voice) you want to use.
• If an invalid Program Change Number is selected while one of the VL-XG Banks (112–119) is chosen, VL
voice icon will be replaced with one of the XG voice icons.
■ Designating the Part for the VL Voice .......................................................
1. Press UTIL button to enter the Utility Mode.
2. Press SELECT button to place the cursor at PLUGIN.
3. Press ENTER.
The following display appears.
(If necessary) Press SELECT button to place the cursor at PLG100-VL.
4. Press ENTER.
The System Parameter Edit display exclusive to the PLG100-VL appears.
(If necessary) Press SELECT button to place the cursor at Part Assign.
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Selecting Voices
5. Press VALUE button to select the Part you want to use.
In the XG Mode: 01–16, off
In the Performance Mode: 01–04, off
• The VL voices cannot be assigned to several parts at the same time since the PLG100-VL is monophonic.
When you use a sound card or a tone generator with no panel buttons...
To select a part for the VL voice you need to use a sequencing software and transmit the following
system exclusive message (part assign parameter) to the “mother” sound card/tone generator:
F0 43 1n 4C 70 nn ss pp F7 (Hexadecimal)
n
: Device Number
nn : Plug-in Board Type (PLG100-VL is “00.”)
ss : Serial Number (which identifies the PLG boards when two same boards are installed)
00 : for first PLG100-VL
01 : for second PLG100-VL
pp : Part Number (to which the PLG100-VL is assigned)
00 : Part 1
:
:
0F : Part 16
7F : off
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The editings done to the parameters below affect all the voices. In other words the voices cannot
be individually edited. The parameter settings are effective even when you select a different
voice.
• The edited voices cannot be stored in the INTERNAL voice bank. Instead, the VL-XG voices edited using XG Editor
Window of the “XGworks” can be saved as a part of the song data.
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Editing VL Voice Part Parameters
1. Enter the Multi Part Edit Mode.
The sub-mode menu appears on the LCD.
2. Press SELECT button to place the cursor to PLUGIN.
3. Press ENTER.
The Part Parameter Edit display exclusive to the PLG100-VL appears.
4. Press SELECT button to select the parameter you want to edit.
5. Use VALUE button to set the value of the selected parameter as required.
6. Press the EXIT button to quit editing.
• The part parameters available with the “mother” tone generator can also be applied to the VL voices except
for the following parameters: HPF Cutoff Frequency, EQ Low/High Frequency, Element Reserve and Velocity Limit Low/High.
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Editing VL Voice Part Parameters
■ VL Part Parameter .......................................................................................
The parameters below can be divided into the following two types: ones for selecting the
controller (Control Number) by which the parameter will be controlled and the others
for setting the depth of the parameter. Even though you have designated the controller,
you cannot get audible changes if you set the parameter to be controlled to 0 or around 0.
For the relationship between the control numbers and controllers see page 23.
IMPORTANT
When you use a sound card or a tone generator with no panel buttons...
To edit the VL part parameters you need to use a sequencing software and transmit the system
exclusive messages shown on the MIDI Data List (p. 36), to the “mother” sound card/tone generator.
Using the included “XGworks,” properly installed in your PC (which is connected to the sound card/
tone generator) allows you to access almost all the VL part parameters (except for Filter EG Depth)
for VL-XG voices through the “XG Editor window.”
1. Filter EG Depth
FilEG Dept (Filter Envelope Generator Depth) ..................... Settings: -64 … +63
The “FilEG Dept” parameter determines to what degree the amplitude/filter envelope
generator affects the filter's cutoff frequency. Higher values allow the envelope generator to vary the filter cutoff frequency over a wider range.
2. Pressure
Prs CC No. (Pressure Control Change Number) ..... Settings: off … 95, AT, VEL, PB
“Pressure” corresponds to the amount of breath pressure applied to a reed or mouthpiece, or the speed of the bow applied to a string. Pressure variations affect both volume and timbre. The “Prs CC No.” parameter specifies the controller to be used for
pressure control. When set to “off” maximum pressure is applied at all times.
• Please note that pressure affects not only volume, but timbre and pitch as well. Accurate keyboard/controller
pitch is produced only at maximum pressure.
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PrsCtrlDpt (Pressure Control Depth) ..................................... Settings: -64 … +63
Sets the amount of variation produced by the controller assigned to pressure. The higher
the value the greater the variation. Positive values cause an increase in pressure in
response to higher controller values (e.g. increased breath pressure or higher modulation wheel position), while minus values cause a decrease in pressure in response to
higher controller values.
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Editing VL Voice Part Parameters
3. Embouchure
Emb CC No. (Embouchure Control Change Number) ... Settings: off … 95, AT, VEL, PB
“Embouchure” corresponds to the tightness of the lips against the reed or against each
other. In a string instrument voice embouchure corresponds to how strongly the bow is
pressed against the string. Affects both pitch and timbre. The “Emb CC No.” parameter specifies the controller to be used for embouchure control. When set to “off”
medium embouchure is applied at all times.
• Please note that with many voices accurate keyboard/controller pitch is produced only at medium embouchure.
EmbCtrlDpt (Embouchure Control Depth)............................ Setting: -64 … +63
Sets the amount of variation produced by the controller assigned to embouchure. The
higher the value the greater the variation. Positive values cause an increase in embouchure in response to higher controller values (e.g. increased breath pressure or higher
modulation wheel position), while minus values cause an decrease in embouchure in
response to higher controller values.
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Editing VL Voice Part Parameters
4. Tonguing
Tng CC No. (Tonguing Control Change Number) .. Settings: off … 95, AT, VEL, PB
“Tonguing” simulates the half-tonguing technique used by saxophone players by changing the “slit” of the reed. The slit is the space between the tip of the reed and the
mouthpiece. The “Tng CC No.” parameter specifies the controller to be used for tonguing
control. When set to “off” no tonguing is applied.
• Please note that accurate keyboard pitch is produced only when maximum tonguing is applied or the tonguing controller is turned off.
TngCtrlDpt (Tonguing Control Depth)................................... Settings: -64 … +63
Sets the amount of variation produced by the controller assigned to tonguing. The
higher the value the greater the variation. Positive values cause an decrease in tonguing in response to higher controller values (e.g. increased breath pressure or higher
modulation wheel position), while minus values cause an increase in tonguing in response to higher controller values.
5. Scream
Scr CC No. (Scream Control Change Number) ....... Settings: off … 95, AT, VEL, PB
“Scream” drives the entire system into chaotic oscillation, creating effects that can
only be achieved with physical modeling technology. The “Scr CC No.” parameter
specifies the controller to be used for scream control. When set to “off” no scream
variation can be produced via a controller, but a continuous scream value is determined by the “ScrCtrlDpt” parameter, below (negative values increase the scream
level).
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ScrCtrlDpt (Scream Control Depth) ....................................... Settings: -64 … +63
Sets the amount of variation produced by the controller assigned to scream. The higher
the value the greater the variation. Positive values cause an increase in scream effect in
response to higher controller values (e.g. increased breath pressure or higher modulation wheel position), while minus values cause a decrease in scream effect in response
to higher controller values.
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Editing VL Voice Part Parameters
6. Breath Noise
Bnz CC No. (Breath Noise Control Change Number) .... Settings: off … 95, AT, VEL, PB
“Breath Noise” can be used to add the required amount of breath noise to a voice. The
“Bnz CC No.” parameter specifies the controller to be used for breath noise control.
When set to “off” no breath noise variation can be produced via a controller, but a
continuous breath noise value is determined by the “BnzCtrlDpt” parameter, below
(negative values increase the breath noise level).
BnzCtrlDpt (Breath Noise Control Depth) ............................. Settings: -64 … +63
Sets the amount of variation produced by the controller assigned to breath noise. The
higher the value the greater the variation. Positive values cause an increase in breath
noise in response to higher controller values (e.g. increased breath pressure or higher
modulation wheel position), while minus values cause a decrease in breath noise in
response to higher controller values.
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7. Growl
Grl CC No. (Growl Control Change Number) .. Settings: off … 95, AT, VEL, PB
“Growl” produces a periodic pressure modulation which produces the “growl” effect
often heard in wind instruments. The “Grl CC No.” parameter specifies the controller
to be used for growl control. When set to “off” no growl variation can be produced via
a controller, but a continuous growl value is determined by the “GrlCtrlDpt” parameter, below (negative values increase the growl level).
GrlCtrlDpt (Growl Control Depth) ......................................... Settings: -64 … +63
Sets the amount of variation produced by the controller assigned to growl. The higher
the value the greater the variation. Positive values cause an increase in growl effect in
response to higher controller values (e.g. increased breath pressure or higher modulation wheel position), while minus values cause a decrease in growl effect in response
to higher controller values.
8. Throat Formant
Thr CC No. (Throat Formant Control Change Number) .. Settings: off … 95, AT, VEL, PB
“Throat Formant” controls the characteristics of the simulated player’s lungs, trachea, and oral cavity. Can add a realistic “roughness” to the sound. The “Thr CC No.”
parameter specifies the controller to be used for throat formant control. When set to
“off” no throat formant variation can be produced via a controller, but a continuous
throat formant value is determined by the “ThrCtrlDpt” parameter, below (negative
values increase the throat formant level).
• Throat Formant only applies to some reed-type voices.
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ThrCtrlDpt (Throat Formant Control Depth) ....................... Settings: -64 … +63
Sets the amount of variation produced by the controller assigned to throat formant.
The higher the value the greater the variation. Positive values cause an increase in
throat formant effect in response to higher controller values (e.g. increased breath pressure or higher modulation wheel position), while minus values cause a decrease in
throat formant effect in response to higher controller values.
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Editing VL Voice Part Parameters
9. Harmonic Enhancer
Hrm CC No. (Harmonic Enhancer Control Change Number)..Settings: off … 95, AT, VEL, PB
The Harmonic Enhancer can vary the harmonic structure of the sound over a wide
range. The “Hrm CC No.” parameter specifies the controller to be used for harmonic
enhancer depth (wet/dry balance) control. When set to “off” no harmonic enhancer
depth variation can be applied via a controller.
• Since most VL voices have sufficient natural harmonic content, the Harmonic Enhancer is actually only
used on a few voices. Therefore changing the controller destination with many voices will produce either no
change in the sound or a simple change in amplitude.
HrmCtrlDpt (Harmonic Enhancer Control Depth) ............... Settings: -64 … +63
Sets the amount of variation produced by the controller assigned to the harmonic enhancer. The higher the value the greater the variation. Positive values cause an increase in harmonic enhancer depth in response to higher controller values (e.g. increased breath pressure or higher modulation wheel position), while minus values cause
a decrease in harmonic enhancer depth in response to higher controller values.
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Editing VL Voice Part Parameters
10. Damping
Dmp CC No. (Damping Control Change Number) .... Settings: off … 95, AT, VEL, PB
“Damping” simulates the effect of damping due to losses within the body of a wind
instrument or in a string due to air friction. Affects both pitch and timbre. The “Dmp
CC No.” parameter specifies the controller to be used for damping control. When set to
“off” no damping variation can be applied via a controller.
• Please note that accurate keyboard pitch is produced only when damping is maximum.
DmpCtrlDpt (Damping Control Depth) .................................. Settings: -64 … +63
Sets the amount of variation produced by the controller assigned to damping. The
higher the value the greater the variation. Positive values cause a decrease in damping
in response to higher controller values (e.g. increased breath pressure or higher modulation wheel position), while minus values cause an increase in damping in response to
higher controller values.
11. Absorption
Abs CC No. (Absorption Control Change Number) ....... Settings: off … 95, AT, VEL, PB
“Absorption” simulates the effect of high-frequency loss at the end of the air column
or string. The “Abs CC No.” parameter specifies the controller to be used for absorption control. When set to “off” no absorption variation can be applied via a controller.
• Please note that accurate keyboard pitch is produced only at when absorption is maximum.
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AbsCtrlDpt (Absorption Control Depth) ................................ Settings: -64 … +63
Sets the amount of variation produced by the controller assigned to absorption. The
higher the value the greater the variation. Positive values cause a decrease in absorption in response to higher controller values (e.g. increased breath pressure or higher
modulation wheel position), while minus values cause an increase in absorption in
response to higher controller values.
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Editing VL Voice Part Parameters
■ MIDI Control Number Assignments ..........................................................
Control
No.
off(00)
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08…09
10
11
12…31
off(32)
33…37
38
39…63
64
Controller
off (used by Bank Select MSB)
Modulation Wheel
Breath Controller
Unassigned
Foot Controller
Portamento Time
Data Entry MSB
Volume Control
Unassigned
Panpot
Expression
Unassigned
off (used by Bank Select LSB)
Unassigned
Data Entry LSB
Unassigned
Hold1
Control
No.
65
66
67
68…70
71
72
73
74
75…90
91
92
93
94
95
AT(96)
VEL(97)
PB(98)
Controller
Portamento Switch
Unassigned
Soft Pedal
Unassigned
Harmonic Content
Release Time
Attack Time
Brightness
Unassigned
Effect Send Level 1 (Reverb Effect)
Unassigned
Effect Send Level 3 (Chorus Effect)
Effect Send Level 4 (Variation Effect)
Unassigned
After Touch
Velocity
Pitch Bend
* “Unassigned” numbers are for your own settings.
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VL System Parameters
Five System related parameters for PLG100-VL will be added to the “mother” tone generator.
1. Press UTIL button to enter the Utility Mode.
The sub-mode menu appears on the LCD.
2. Press SELECT button to place the cursor to PLUGIN.
3. Press ENTER.
The following display appears.
(If necessary) Press SELECT button to place the cursor to PLG100-VL.
4. Press ENTER.
The System Parameter Edit display exclusive to the PLG100-VL appears.
5. Press SELECT button to select the parameter you want to edit.
6. Press VALUE button to change its setting.
7. Press the EXIT button to quit editing.
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■ System Parameters.....................................................................................
1. Part Assign ..................................... Settings: In the XG Mode: 01…16, off;
In the Performance Mode: 01…04 , off
Designates the Part to which the VL voice is assigned.
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VL System Parameters
• The VL voices cannot be assinged to several parts at one time since the PLG100-VL is monophonic.
2. WX Lip Mode .......................................... Settings: Norm (Normal), Expd (Expand)
WX-series Wind MIDI Controllers produce pitch bend data ranging from “-16” to
“+32” in response to lip (reed) pressure. The “WX Lip” parameter determines whether
these values are used as is (“Norm”), or expanded to a full “-64” through “+63” range
(“Expd”). The pitch bend data transmitted from the device other than WX-series can
be received.
• The “Expd” setting is recommended when using a WX controller in the “tight lip” mode. The “Norm”
setting is recommended when using the WX controller “loose lip” mode.
• The settings made here is effective only for the PLG100-VL.
Pitch Bend Range When Using a WX Controller in the “tight lip” Mode
When “Norm” is selected
When “Expd” is selected
+63
+32
+32
0
+32
0
-16
Received
data
-16
-16
Data sent to the
tone generator
Received
data
-64
Data sent to the
tone generator
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VL System Parameters
3. Breath Mode ................................................. Settings: BC/WX, Velocity, Touch EG
Sets the control source to be used for “breath” control. This parameter should be set to
“BC/WX” when a breath controller or Yamaha WX-series Wind MIDI Controller is
being used. When set to “Velocity,” breath variation is controlled by keyboard initial
touch response. When “Touch EG” is selected breath variation is controlled by a combination of initial keyboard touch response and aftertouch pressure. Initial key velocity sets the initial breath level, then aftertouch pressure determines the shape of the
subsequent breath envelope.
Expressivity of Each Controller
The expressivity will differ depending on the selected controller.
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Original Image of
Breathing
Breath
Control
0
Time
127
BC/WX
Breath
Control
0
You can accomplish the breathing as
you blow the Breath controller.
Time
The initial attack determines the sustained breath strength from the beginning through the end.
Time
127
Velocity
Breath
Control
0
127
Touch EG
Breath
Control
0
A
B
You can express the portion “A” with the
velocity and “B” with the aftertouch.
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Time
4. Breath Control ............................Settings: BC (Breath Control), Exp (Expression)
Specifies the MIDI control change number to be used for breath control when breath
control is applied from a breath controller or WX-series Wind MIDI Controller. When
“BC” is selected control change number “02” (breath control) is used for breath control. When “Exp” is selected control change number “11” (expression) is used for
breath control.
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VL System Parameters
• This parameter is also available for the breath controller data transmitted from a device other than the WXseries.
• This parameter is effective only when “BC/WX” is selected from Breath Mode.
5. Breath Curve ............................................................................. Setting: -16 … +16
Determines the relationship between breath control data received from a breath controller, WX-series Wind MIDI Controller (via the BT7 and MIDI IN connector), and
the actual amount of breath variation applied. Minus settings result in a large breath
variation with a relatively small amount of breath pressure applied to the controller,
while plus settings required a greater range of input breath control values to produce
the same degree of breath variation.
• This parameter is also available for the breath controller data transmitted from the device other than WXseries.
• The settings made here is effective only when “BC/WX” is selected from Breath Mode.
• Connection Between WX-series and “mother” tone generator/sound card
WX5
WX IN
BT7
MIDI
OUT
MIDI
IN
MU100R
• When you use a sound card built into PC...
To control PLG100-VL using WX-series Wind Controller, select “SW1000 #1 Synthesizer” for the
MIDI Thru setting in the System Setup dialog of the “XGworks.”
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Appendix : Q & A
1
Some voices sound as if they are in the original octave even when shifted
down an octave.
This is because Virtual Acoustic synthesis accurately simulates the acoustic behaviour of a
pipe or string. Simply stated, the harmonic balance of the voice when played in the normal
octave is retained even when the voice is shifted down an octave. The change in timbre can
be greater or less, depending on the selected voice.
2
Portamento doesn't produce smooth effect on some voices.
Trumpets and some other brass instruments tend to exhibit this phenomenon more than others. In a VA tone generator portamento is produced by lengthening or shortening the
instrument's pipe. A trumpet is designed to emphasize the “modes” of the pipe(s) to produce
notes over a wide range using only three valves. When portamento is applied to a trumpet
voice, the pitch tends to jump from mode to mode, thus producing the observed glissando
effect. The same effect occurs with some flute voices. Saxophone modes are not nearly as
strong as trumpet modes, but some sax voices do have two definite modes which, when
spanned by a portamento slide, can produce irregularities.
3
The filter, EG, and other parameters have more effect on some voices than
others.
Most voices use the low-pass filter type, but some use the bandpass or high-pass type. Some
voices use very little filter processing at all. Changing the filter settings may not produce a
particularly noticeable effect. Also the Breath Noise, Throat Formant, Growl, Harmonic Enhancer and Pitch EG parameter settings cannot have a significant effect on some voices.
4
Some bowed string instrument voices tend to “squeak.”
As anyone who has played (or tried to play) a real violin knows, these instruments naturally
tend to squeak if not properly controlled. The same occurs with VA synthesis. As with a real
bowed string instrument, bow speed and pressure must be properly controlled to produce the
desired sound. Bow speed is usually controlled either via breath control or an expression
pedal. Bow pressure is controlled via control number 13: “64” is medium pressure, lower
values produced reduced bow pressure, and higher values produce increased bow pressure.
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5
Pitch bends produced by a pitch bend wheel are not always accurate.
Natural acoustic musical instruments have no “pitch parameter.” Pitch is determined by the
properties of the instrument’s resonant body as well as the condition of the instrument’s
driver. The same applies to Virtual Acoustic Synthesis: in the pitch bend is simulated by
manipulating the appropriate pipe/string length and driver characteristics. As a result, the
pitch bend range may not always be “mathematically” accurate.
With reed instruments such as saxophone or clarinet, highly realistic pitch bends are produced by controlling both pitch and embouchure at the same time. Since the embouchure
component of the pitch bend behaves with characteristics acoustic unpredictability, precise
pitch bends are not always produced.
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Q&A
Some voices don’t respond as expected to EG edits.
The effect of editing envelope generator parameters may not always be as expected — particularly with plucked string instrument voices such as guitar or bass. This is because the VL
actually simulates the plucking, free oscillation, and muting of the strings rather than simply
using an EG to approximate these events. If the sound of a string voice decays naturally, for
example, setting a long release time will have little or no effect on the actual sound of the
voice. Since the attack and decay portions of the voice also have natural timbre variations,
these can be unnaturally altered by inappropriate EG settings — which is OK if you’re trying
to produce an unnatural effect. Trial and experimentation and the only sure ways to determine how the EG parameters are going to affect a particular voice.
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The PLG100-VL is a monophonic tone generator. Why is the “poly” mode initialy
selected when the VL-XG sound module mode is engaged?
This is to provide compatibility between the current XG format and future polyphonic VLseries tone generators. It also provides a certain degree of compatibility to allow playback of
VL-XG song data on existing tone generators which do not feature the VL-XG extension.
Specifically, to switch the PLG100-VL to the mono mode a “mono mode” command (control
change no.126, value 0-16) is embedded in the song data which, when received by a 32-note
or 64-note polyphonic XG tone generator, switches the appropriate parts to the mono mode.
The same will apply to future polyphonic VL-series tone generators, so no changes will be
required. The PLG100-VL therefore has a “poly” which is automatically selected when a
MIDI “XG on” system exclusive message is received.
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Voice List
■ VL-XG Voice List
Instrument
Group
Organ
Guitar
Bass
Strings
Brass
Reed
Pipe
Pch#
Bank 112
Bank Select MSB=81, 97
Bank 113
Bank 114
AmpdHarp
CromHarp
Carlos
Destiny
BrtVioln
MuteViol
22
Squeeze
MouthKey
Spanish
JazzGtr!
28
33
L7 Pluck
Upright
WetPluck
34
35
36
Fnground
FlageoBs
Fretles!
Birdland
DampBass
Frtles!2
37
39
New Slap
AcidBas!
ThumBass
SqrBass!
40
41
42
PulsClav
NuViolin
BrtViola
MogueBas
Viol Inn
ViolOutt
43
44
Cello!
Contrair
Eleanor
DoublBow
Nu Cello
57
58
59
Trumpet!
Trmbone!
Tuba!
Trumpt!2
Melwbone
FluglHr!
Cornet
60
61
MuteTp!
Horn!
MuteTp!2
Horn!2
65
66
67
SoprSax!
AltoSax!
TenrSax!
CvopSax
SweetAlt
MildTenr
SoprPipe
LiteAlto
Jazz Sax
LiteSopr
HarpAlto
TenorSub
68
69
BariSax!
Oboe!
VoxoSaxo
Oboe!2
DblReedy
TripleRd
70
71
EngHorn!
Bassoon!
Loboe
Flurinet
72
73
74
Clarint!
Piccolo!
C Flute
LitePipe
Piccol!2
C Flute2
HyperCla
BowPicol
JazFlute
OakFlute
75
76
Recordr!
Pan Pipe
Claricrd
PanPicol
SoftPipe
77
78
79
YamaBotl
Shakuha!
BowedSaw
Bamboo
Andean
C Violin
Ocarina!
50 / 50
ChalPuls
PluckLd
82
83
84
Brassyn
Maysbe?
Grunge
AcoSynLd
Air Sax
Ossyncro
VintgLd
Baroquen
Talk Box
85
86
MizuHorn
SoftReed
Floboe
BrethBow
88
105
110
Chamlion
Sitar!
Chanter
Old Mini
India
ThaiReed
111
115
JetLpBow
YamSteel
Percussive
Bank 116
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25
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80
Synth Lead 81
Ethnic
Bank 115
BtlFlute
HarpAlt2
BellMike
Bank 117
Bank 118
Bank 119
GlassAlt
GlasTenr
FnkyTenr
OldTenor
BtlFlut2
LipClari
* When the Bank Select MSB is set to “81,” the voices of the Bank 112 will be used and played for the above empty spaces of each
bank.
When the Bank Select MSB is set to “97,” the voices of the Bank 1 of the XG tone generator will be used and played for the above
empty spaces of each bank.
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Voice List
Bank Select MSB=81
Instrument
Synth
Effects
Sound
Effects
Pch#
97
98
Bank 112
Mad Tube
StoneHng
99
100
Mu
Moby
101
102
121
Igneous
SquealAT
Jurassic
122
123
Formula
Waterphn
124
125
126
Devil
SpcHorse
DinoPerc
127
128
SpaceZoo
Jason
Bank 113
Bank 114
Bank 115
Bank 116
Bank 117
Bank 118
Bank 119
* When the Bank Select MSB is set to “81,” the voices of the Bank 112 will be used and played for the above empty spaces of each
bank.
When the Bank Select MSB is set to “97,” the voices in the above list is not available.
■ Preset 1 Voice List
Voice No.
Voice Name
Recommended
Range
Voice No.
Voice Name
Recommended
Range
A-1 … C4
001
Mad Tube
C1 … B4
029
Fnground
002
VintgLd
B-1 … C6
030
Birdland
A-1 … C4
003
SpaceZoo
***
031
FlageoBs
G0 … C4
004
GuitHero
G0 … C5
032
DampBass
G-1 … C3
005
StoneHng
F0 … G6
033
Fretles!
E-1 … C4
006
Whizzer
G#0 … F#5
034
Frtles!2
B-1 … C#4
007
SimpleBa
C0 … C6
035
ThumBass
C0 … C3
008
ClavBass
C0 … E3
036
RockBass
G-1 … C4
009
SuperBas
C0 … F#3
037
SmooBass
B-1 … A#3
010
New Slap
C0 … D5
038
WarmBass
B-1 … C4
011
RockPigs
C0 … E4
039
YamaBass
A-1 … C4
012
Igneous
C0 … C5
040
Box Bass
C0 … C4
013
50 / 50
C0 … F5
041
BassCab
B-1 … G#4
014
Cybastrg
C-1 … C6
042
FruitBas
C0 … C4
015
Wynth
A-1 … G5
043
AcidBas!
B-1 … C5
016
BuzzSaw
E-1 … C6
044
SqrBass!
B-1 … G4
017
ZubZub
B-1 … C6
045
PulsClav
A-1 … G5
018
Blue
G0 … D3
046
MogueBas
B-1 … C#7
019
OsciLead
C0 … G5
047
BoppaBas
B-1 … C4
020
SqrLead
D#0 … C6
048
BuzzrBas
D0 … E4
021
Bigger
C-1 … C6
049
MuteHrBs
C0 … C5
022
AnaSquid
G-1 … C6
050
TekBass
B-1 … C4
023
SharpSyn
G0 … C6
051
TranzBas
C0 … F#4
024
AnaWave
C0 … E4
052
Chamlion
C0 … B4
025
AnaWurl
C0 … C6
053
ParaSyn
A-1 … C4
026
Babalog
C0 … C6
054
SteamBas
C0 … C#7
027
FngerBass
B-1 … C4
055
BooBass
B-1 … C5
028
Upright
B-1 … C4
056
WhelkBas
E-1 … C#5
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Voice List
Voice No.
Voice Name
057
AtackSyn
Recommended
Range
G0 … B4
Voice No.
Voice Name
093
SynHarmo
Recommended
Range
B-1 … G6
058
Q.Klav
A-1 … C#4
094
Flaggoot
C0 … D4
059
Sitar!
G0 … E4
095
SynSkex
C0 … A#5
060
India
F#0 … C6
096
ResoSqr
A-1 … D5
061
YamSteel
A2 … C6
097
WurliLd
B-1 … C6
062
StungSt
F#0 … B5
098
FlatLead
G#1 … G5
063
Mu
***
099
PhilTur
B-1 … C6
064
Waterphn
***
100
ChalPuls
B-1 … C6
065
DinoPerc
***
101
Pluck Ld
B-1 … C6
066
Formula
***
102
Brassyn
B-1 … C6
067
Jurassic
***
103
AcoSynLd
A-1 … C6
068
Devil
***
104
Moby
G-1 … F5
069
SpcHorse
***
105
Digitrn
C0 … C6
070
Jason
***
106
LyricOff
B-1 … C6
071
Suedhead
F-1 … C6
107
Rezzawi
B-1 … G5
072
Spanish
F-1 … E4
108
Macro
B-1 … C6
073
JazzGtr!
B-1 … A4
109
Claribo
G#-1 … G5
074
JazzyGtr
A-1 … C6
110
Binaphon
C0 … C6
075
L7 Pluck
B-1 … E4
111
MokoPipe
C0 … C6
076
WetPluck
B-1 … E4
112
AliBaba
B-1 … C6
077
Comp Gtr
B-1 … A4
113
Persinet
B-1 … G5
078
FunkyGtr
B-1 … D5
114
PicoPipe
Ab0 … C6
079
Thin Gtr
B-1 … G5
115
Gertrude
C0 … C6
080
Carlos
B-1 … G4
116
Xynth
G-1 … C6
081
Destiny
C0 … C5
117
Duality
G-1 … C6
082
Gonzo
B-1 … G5
118
AltKwek
G#1 … C7
083
Grunge
C0 … B6
119
Softblow
C0 … C6
084
Ossyncro
B-1 … G5
120
AlbaPipe
C0 … C6
085
Talk Box
F#0 … E7
121
Electrum
C0 … C6
086
SyncLed
B-1 … E6
122
Edgeopho
B-1 … F5
087
Old Mini
A-1 … A5
123
BassCla!
C0 … C6
088
Fat Mini
G-1 … A5
124
WX Clari
C1 … C6
089
Parlopho
B-1 … C5
125
WX Oboe
C0 … B5
090
SimpleSy
B-1 … E5
126
WX J Gtr
C0 … A4
091
Choronic
C0 … G5
127
Shakuha!
C1 … C6
092
SlitMinu
F0 … C6
128
LipClari
F-1 … C6
Voice Name
Recommended
Range
A-1 … C6
■ Preset 2 Voice List
Voice No.
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Voice Name
Recommended
Range
Voice No.
001
Vento
C0 … C6
013
JetLpBow
002
Floboe
C0 … C6
014
Viol Inn
C0 … C6
003
Sintax
F0 … G5
015
MuteCone
G0 … C6
004
Eastern
E0 … C6
016
BrethBow
B-1 … C6
005
Trumpet!
C0 … C6
017
Trumpt!2
C0 … C6
006
SoprSax!
C0 … C6
018
FluglHr!
C0 … C6
007
LiteAlto
E0 … C6
019
Cornet
C0 … C6
008
Trmbone!
C0 … C6
020
JzTrump
F#2 … C6
009
BtlFlute
C0 … C6
021
JzTrump2
G#1 … C6
010
Air Sax
G0 … C6
022
Flumpet
D0 … C6
011
TenrSax!
C0 … C6
023
WXTrumpt
C0 … C6
012
Coca
C1 … C6
024
MuteTp!
E0 … C6
Voice List
Voice No.
Voice Name
025
MuteTp!2
Recommended
Range
C0 … C6
Voice No.
Voice Name
077
AcidSax
Recommended
Range
C0 … C6
026
Melwbone
C0 … C6
078
WackSax
G#0 … E5
027
NerzoBr
E0 … C6
079
NuTenrSx
D0 … E5
028
Horn!
B-1 … C6
080
MildTenr
C0 … C6
029
Horn!2
C0 … C6
081
Jazz Sax
A#0 … E5
030
NuHorne
B-1 … C6
082
TenorSub
A#0 … A5
031
WX Horn
B-1 … C6
083
BellMike
C0 … C5
032
Tuba!
C0 … C6
084
GlasTenr
G0 … E5
033
NuViolin
C0 … C6
085
FnkyTenr
C0 … G5
034
C Violin
C0 … C6
086
OldTenor
C0 … A5
035
BrtVioln
C0 … C6
087
BrtTenor
C0 … C6
036
MuteViol
C0 … C6
088
BariSax!
C0 … C5
037
BrtViola
C0 … C6
089
VoxoSaxo
C0 … C5
038
ViolOutt
C0 … C6
090
Oboe!
F0 … C6
039
Cello!
C0 … C5
091
Oboe!2
C0 … C6
040
Eleanor
C0 … C5
092
Noboe
C0 … G5
041
Nu Cello
B-1 … C6
093
OboeWhi
G1 … G6
042
Contrair
A-1 … C5
094
DblReedy
C0 … A5
043
DoublBow
A-1 … C5
095
TripleRd
C0 … C6
044
Piccolo!
C0 … C7
096
EngHorn!
C0 … C6
045
Piccol!2
C0 … C7
097
Loboe
C0 … C6
046
BowPicol
C0 … G6
098
Bassoon!
C0 … C5
047
C Flute
C0 … C6
099
Clarint!
A0 … C6
048
C Flute2
C0 … C6
100
LitePipe
C0 … C6
049
JazFlute
B-1 … C6
101
HyperCla
C0 … C6
050
OakFlute
E0 … C6
102
Clarint2
F0 … C6
051
BtlFlut2
C0 … C6
103
IslePipe
C1 … C5
052
RzdeFlt
E0 … C6
104
Chanter
D1 … C6
053
Flutuen
G1 … C6
105
ThaiReed
C0 … C5
054
Nz Flute
C0 … C6
106
Recordr!
C0 … A5
055
WX Shaku
C1 … C6
107
Claricrd
C0 … C5
056
Pan Pipe
E0 … G5
108
SoftPipe
G0 … C5
057
PanPicol
C0 … G6
109
BowdSaw
C0 … C5
058
Bamboo
C0 … C6
110
Ocarina!
F0 … C7
059
Andean
C0 … C6
111
Lonely
C#2 … E6
060
Flurinet
F0 … C6
112
Ophelia
C0 … C6
061
SoftReed
C0 … C6
113
Maysbe?
D#0 … A5
062
Flurmod
F0 … B5
114
MizuHorn
C0 … C6
063
Jhopali
G0 … C5
115
PicoStrg
G#0 … C5
064
Baroquen
C0 … C6
116
Sylophon
C0 … C5
065
SquealAT
C0 … C6
117
BowLead
C0 … C6
066
NuSopSax
C0 … G5
118
Squeeze
C0 … C6
067
CvSopSax
A-1 … C6
119
MouthKey
C0 … C6
068
SoprPipe
F0 … C6
120
AmpdHarp
C0 … C6
069
LiteSopr
E0 … C6
121
CromHarp
A-1 … C6
070
AnaSoprn
F0 … C6
122
WahUpHp
B-1 … C6
071
NuAltSax
C0 … C5
123
YamaBotl
A#-1 … C6
072
SweetAlt
F#0 … E5
124
Blowsoo
G-1 … C5
073
AltoSax!
E0 … C6
125
Brappo
C0 … C5
074
HarpAlto
G0 … C6
126
Crumbon
E0 … G5
075
HarpAlt2
G0 … C6
127
Klarina
E0 … B5
076
GlassAlt
C0 … C6
128
ReedWin
E0 … C6
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MIDI Data Format
1. KEY ON / KEY OFF
Status
<Portamento Time> 05H
:9nH/8nH
If the Part Parameter Rcv NOTE MESSAGE = OFF, that Part
will ignore Key ON and Key OFF messages.
2. PROGRAM CHANGE
Status
:CnH
If the Part Parameter Rcv PROGRAM CHANGE = OFF, that
Part will not receive Program Change Messages.
3. PITCH BEND
Status
:EnH
If the Part Parameter Rcv PITCH BEND = OFF, that Part will
not receive Pitch Bend Messages.
4. CONTROL CHANGE
Status
<Bank Select MSB/LSB> 00H/20H
Cntrl# parameter
0 Bank Select MSB
Bank Select LSB
Data Range
33:Preset1/Preset2/Custom/
Internal
81: VL-XG non alternative voice.
97: VL-XG alternative voice.
0 :Preset1
1 :Preset2
2 :Custom
3 :Internal
112...119: VL-XG Alternative or
non alternative variation.
If the Part Parameter Rcv BANK SELECT = OFF, that Part
will not receive Bank Select Messages. A new bank selection
will not become effective until the next Program Change is
received.
<Modulation> 01H
Cntrl# parameter
1 Modulation
Data Range
0...127
If the Part Parameter Rcv MODULATION = OFF, that Part
will not receive Modulation Messages.
<Breath Controller> 02H
Cntrl# parameter
2 Breath Controller
Data Range
0...127
<Foot Controller> 04H
Cntrl# parameter
4 Foot Controller
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Data Range
0...127
When the Portamento parameter = ON, values will adjust the
speed of pitch change.
A setting of 0= minimum portamento time, and 127 = maximum portamento time.
<Data Entry MSB/LSB> 06H/26H
Cntrl# parameter
6 Data Entry MSB
38 Data Entry LSB
Data Range
0...127
0...127
Messages which set the value for the parameter specified by
RPN, NRPN.
<Main Volume> 07H
Cntrl# parameter
7 Main Volume
Data Range
0...127
If the Part Parameter Rcv MAIN VOLUME = OFF, that Part
will not receive Main Volume Messages.
:BnH
If the Part Parameter Rcv CONTROL CHANGE = OFF, that
Part will not receive Control Change Messages.
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Cntrl# parameter
5 Portamento Time
Data Range
0...127
<Pan> 0AH
Cntrl# parameter
10 Panpot
Data Range
0...127
If the Part Parameter Rcv PAN = OFF, that Part will not receive Pan Pot Messages. 1=Left, 127=Right; 0=Center
<Expression> 0BH
Cntrl# parameter
11 Expression
Data Range
0...127
If the Part Parameter Rcv EXPRESSION = OFF, that Part will
not receive Expression Messages.
<Control Change 13> 0DH
Cntrl# parameter
Data Range
13 Control Change 13 0...127
<Hold1> 40H
Cntrl# parameter
64 Hold1
Data Range
0...127 (0-63:Off, 64-127:On)
If the Part Parameter Rcv HOLD 1 = OFF, that Part will not
receive Hold 1 Messages.
<Portamento> 41H
Cntrl# parameter
65 Portamento
Data Range
0...127 (0-63:Off, 64-127:On)
If the Part Parameter Rcv PORTAMENTO = OFF, that Part
will not receive Portamento Messages. If the Portamento parameter = ON, values will adjust the speed of the portamento.
If the Mono mode is activated and Portamento = ON, the Single
Trigger Mode will be activated. If not, the Multi-Trigger Mode
will be effective.
MIDI Data Format
<Soft Pedal> 43H
Cntrl# parameter
67 Soft Pedal
Data Range
0...127 (0-63:Off, 64-127:On)
If the Part Parameter Rcv SOFT PEDAL = OFF, that Part will
not receive Soft Pedal Messages. When the SOFT PEDAL is
set “ON” the effect will take place from the next Key On signal. Messages will control the Filter Cutoff Frequency. Depending upon the Voice, the effect may or may not have an
effect.
<Harmonic Content> 47H
Cntrl# parameter
Data Range
71 Harmonic Content 0...127 (0:-64, 64:+0, 127:+63)
Messages which adjust the resonance set for each. Based on a
standard of 64, these values will be added to or subtracted from
the Voice data. Depending on the Voice, the effective range
may be narrower.
<Release Time> 48H
Cntrl# parameter
72 Release Time
Data Range
0...127 (0:-64, 64:+0, 127:+63)
Messages which adjust the envelope release time. Based on a
standard of 64, values will be added to or subtracted from the
Voice data. Depending on the Voice, the effective range may
be narrower.
<Attack Time> 49H
Cntrl# parameter
73 Attack Time
Data Range
0...127 (0:-64, 64:+0, 127:+63)
Default:40H
Messages which adjust the filter cutoff frequency. Based on a
standard of 64, values will be added to or subtracted from the
Voice data. Depending on the Voice, the effective range may
be narrower.
<Data Increment / Decrement> 60H/61H
Data Range
0...127
0...127
The data byte is ignored.
RPN messages which increase or decrease the MSB value of
the parameter by 1.
<NRPN (Non-Registered Parameter Number)
LSB/MSB> 62H/63H
Cntrl# parameter
98 NRPN LSB
99 NRPN MSB
Data Range
mm:00H-40H-7FH
(-64-0-+63)
01H 09H mmH Vibrato Depth
mm:00H-40H-7FH
(-64-0-+63)
01H 0AH mmH Vibrato Delay
mm:00H-40H-7FH
(-64-0-+63)
The Rate, Depth, and Delay Time for the Vibrato is controlled.
01H 20H mmH Filter Cutoff Frequency
mm:00H-40H-7FH
(-64-0-+63)
01H 21H mmH Filter Resonance
mm:00H-40H-7FH
(-64-0-+63)
01H 22H mmH Filter EG Depth
mm:00H-40H-7FH
(-64-0-+63)
The Cut-off frequency, Resonance, and Envelope Depth for
the Filter is controlled.
01H 30H mmH Bass
mm:00H-40H-7FH
(-64-0-+63)
mm:00H-40H-7FH
(-64-0-+63)
The Bass and Treble are controlled.
01H 63H mmH EG Attack Time
01H 64H mmH EG Decay Time
01H 66H mmH EG Release
<Brightness> 4AH
Cntrl# parameter
96 Increment
97 Decrement
NRPN Data-entry
MSB LSB MSB parameter
01H 08H mmH Vibrato Rate
01H 31H mmH Treble
Data Range
0...127 (0:-64, 64:+0, 127:+63)
Messages which adjust the envelope attack time. Based on a
standard of 64, values will be added to or subtracted from the
Voice data. Depending on the Voice, the effective range may
be narrower.
Cntrl# parameter
74 Brightness
If the Part Parameter Rcv NRPN = OFF, that Part will not
receive NRPN Messages.
First send the NRPN MSB and NRPN LSB to specify the parameter which is to be controlled. Then use the Data Entry to
set the value of the specified parameter.
The following NRPN numbers can be received.
Data Range
0...127
0...127
mm:00H-40H-7FH
(-64-0-+63)
mm:00H-40H-7FH
(-64-0-+63)
mm:00H-40H-7FH
(-64-0-+63)
The Attack time, Decay time, and Release time for the Envelope are controlled. Based on a standard of 64, values will be
added to or subtracted from the Voice data. Depending on the
Voice, the effective range may be narrower.
<RPN (Registered Parameter Number) LSB/
MSB> 64H/65H
Cntrl# parameter
100 RPN LSB
101 RPN MSB
Data Range
0...127
0...127
If the Part Parameter Rcv RPN = OFF, that Part will not receive RPN Messages.
In correspondence to the following parameters.
RPN Data-entry
LSB MSB MSB parameter
Data Range
00H 00H mmH Pitch Bend Sensitivity mm:00H-18H (0-+24)
Default:02H
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MIDI Data Format
01H 00H mmH Fine Tune
02H 00H mmH Coarse Tune
7FH 7FH —
Null
mm:00H-40H-7FH
(-64-0-+63)
Default : 40H 00H
mm:28H-40H-58H
(-24-0-+24)
Default : 40H 00H
—
<Mono> 7EH
Cntrl# parameter
126 Mono
Data Range
0...16
Performs the same function as when an All Sounds Off message is received, and if the 3rd byte (mono number) is in the
range of 0 - 16, and sets the instrument to Mono Mode.
<Poly> 7FH
5. CHANNEL MODE MESSAGES
<All Sounds Off> 78H
Cntrl# parameter
120 ————
Data Range
0
Terminates all sounds currently sounding. However, the status
of channel messages are maintained.
<Reset All Controllers> 79H
Cntrl# parameter
121 ————
Data Range
0
The values of the following controllers will be reset to the
defaults.
Pitch Bend
Center
Channel Aftertouch
0
Modulation
0
Breath Control
Max
Foot Control
Max
Expression
Max
Control Change 13
Center
Hold 1
Off
Portamento
Off
Soft Pedal
Off
RPN
Null
Cntrl# parameter
127 ————
Data Range
0
Performs the same function as when an All Sounds Off message is received, and sets the instrument to Poly mode.
6. CHANNEL AFTERTOUCH
Status
:DnH
If the Part Parameter Rcv CHANNEL AFTER TOUCH = OFF,
that Part will not receive Channel After Touch Messages.
7. SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE MESSAGES
If the Part Parameter Rcv SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE = OFF, that
Part will not receive System Exclusive Messages.
<UNIVERSAL REALTIME MESSAGES>
1) MIDI Master Volume (receive only)
F0H, 7FH, xnH, 04H, 01H, llH, mmH, F7H
xn : n=Device Number, xn=7F : Broadcast
ll : Master Volume LSB
mm : Master Volume MSB
When received, the Volume MSB will be effective for the System Parameter MASTER VOLUME.
<All Notes Off> 7BH
Terminates all notes currently on. However, if Hold 1 is on,
notes will continue sounding for the time set previously.
2) General MIDI System On (receive only)
F0H, 7EH, 7FH, 09H, 01H,F7H or F0H, 7EH, xnH, 09H, 01H,
F7H
xn : n=Device Number
<Omni Off> 7CH
<PARAMETER CHANGE>
Cntrl# parameter
123 ————
Cntrl# parameter
124 ————
Data Range
0
Data Range
0
Performs the same function as when an All Notes Off message
is received.
<Omni On> 7DH
Cntrl# parameter
125 ————
Data Range
0
Performs the same function as when an All Notes Off message
is received. It will not activate OMNI ON.
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[VL70-m Native Format]
F0H, 43H, 1nH, 57H, ahH, amH, alH, ddH, ~, ddH, F7H
1n : n=Device Number
ah : Address High
am : Address Mid
al : Address Low
dd : Data
1)
2)
3)
4)
VL System Parameters
Current Voice / Common Misc Parameters
VL Part Parameters
Current Voice / Element Parameters
See <Table 3>
See <Table 4>
See <Table 6>
See <Table 8>
MIDI Data Format
[XG Format]
F0H, 43H, 1nH, 4CH, ahH, amH, alH, ddH, ~, ddH, F7H
1n : n=Device Number
ah : Address High
am : Address Mid
al : Address Low
dd : Data
1) XG System On
(receive only) See <Table 1>
2) XG System Parameters
See <Table 2>
3) Multi Part Parameters
See <Table 3>
When this message is sent, the preset Part Number is used.
[Other]
1) MIDI Master Tune (receive only)
F0H, 43H, 1nH, 27H, 30H, 00H, 00H, mmH, llH, ccH, F7H
1n : n=Device Number
mm : Master Tune MSB
ll : Master Tune LSB
cc : Don’t care
When received, the System Parameter will reflect the Master
Tune.
<BULK DUMP> (receive only)
[VL70-m Native Format]
F0H, 43H, 0nH, 57H, bmH, blH, ahH, amH, alH, ddH, ~, ddH,
ccH, F7H
0n : n=Device Number
bm : Byte Count MSB
bl : Byte Count LSB
ah : Address High
am : Address Mid
al : Address Low
dd : Data
cc : Check Sum
1)
2)
3)
4)
6)
7)
VL System Parameters
Current Voice / Common Misc Parameters
VL Part Parameters
Current Voice / Element Parameters
Custom Voice Parameters
Internal Voice Parameters
See <Table 3>
See <Table 4>
See <Table 6>
See <Table 8>
See <Table 9>
See <Table 10>
[XG Format]
F0H, 43H, 0nH, 4CH, bmH, blH, ahH, amH, alH, ddH, ~, ddH,
ccH, F7H
0n : n=Device Number
bm : Byte Count MSB
bl : Byte Count LSB
ah : Address High
am : Address Mid
al : Address Low
dd : Data
cc : Check Sum
1) XG System Parameters
2) Multi Part Parameters
See <Table 2>
See <Table 5>
For the Address and Byte Count, refer to the supplementary tables.
Here, the Byte Count is indicated by the “TOTAL SIZE”
in the table.
The block’s leading byte is the Bulk Dump and Dump
Request’s Address.
A “Block” is the lumped together unit which is bound by
the “Total Size”.
The Check Sum is the value that results in a value of 0
for the lower 7 bits when the Address, Byte Count, Data,
plus the Check Sum itself are added.
3) Part Assign (MIDI Parameter Change)
See <Table 7>
F0H 43H 1nH 4CH 70H nnH ssH ppH F7H
n: Device Number
nn: Plug-in Board Type (PLG100-VL is "00.")
ss: Serial Number (which identifies the PLG boards when two
same boards are installed)
00: for first PLG100-VL
01: for second PLG100-VL
pp: Part Number (to which the PLG100-VL is assigned.)
00: Part 1
.
.
0F: Part 16
7F: off
8. REALTIME MESSAGES
<Active Sensing> (receive only)
Status
:FEH
Once Active Sensing is received, if no MIDI data is received
for longer than an interval of 300msec, the instrument will
perform the same function as when ALL SOUND OFF and
ALL NOTE OFF, RESET ALL CONTROLLER messages are
received, and will return to the status in which Active Sensing
is not monitored.
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MIDI Data Format
<Table 1>
XG System On
Address Size
(H)
(H)
00 00 7E
1
00 00 7F
1
TOTAL SIZE 2
<Table 2>
Data
(H)
00
00
Parameter
Description
Default
value(H)
XG SYSTEM ON
0:VL-XG
ALL PARAMETERS RESET 0:ON
XG System Parameters
Address Size
(H)
(H)
00 00 00
4
Data
Parameter
(H)
0000 - 07FF MASTER TUNE
04
05
06
TOTAL SIZE
00 - 7F
1
1
1
7
<Table 3>
28 - 58
MASTER VOLUME
MASTER ATTENUATOR
TRANSPOSE
Description
-102.4 - +102.3[cent]
1st bit3-0→bit15-12
2nd bit3-0→bit11-8
3rd bit3-0→bit7-4
4th bit3-0→bit3-0
0 - 127
0 - 127
-24 - +24[semitones]
Default
value(H)
00 04 00 00
7F
00
40
VL System Parameters
Address Size
(H)
(H)
00 00 00
4
Data
Parameter
(H)
0000 - 07FF MASTER TUNE
04
1
05
1
06
1
07
1
08
1
09
1
0A
1
0B
1
0C
1
0D
1
0E
1
0F
1
10
1
11
1
12
1
13
1
14
1
15
1
16
1
17
1
TOTAL SIZE 18
00 - 7F
28 - 58
00 - 01
30 - 50
00 - 01
00 - 01
00 - 01
00 - 02
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
MASTER VOLUME
MASTER ATTENUATOR
TRANSPOSE
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
BREATH CONTROL NUMBER
BREATH CONTROL CURVE
WX LIP LOCK
BREATH SET LOCK
WX LIP
BREATH MODE
VELOCITY DEPTH
VELOCITY OFFSET
TOUCH EG TIME
AT LOW DEPTH
AT LOW OFFSET
AT HIGH DEPTH
AT HIGH OFFSET
Description
-102.4 - +102.3[cent]
1st bit3-0→bit15-12
2nd bit3-0→bit11-8
3rd bit3-0→bit7-4
4th bit3-0→bit3-0
0 - 127
0 - 127
-24 - +24[semitones]
BC, EXPRESSION
-16 - +16
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
NORMAL,EXPAND
BC/WX, VELOCITY, TOUCH EG
0 - 127
0 - 127
0 - 127
0 - 127
0 - 127
0 - 127
0 - 127
Default
value(H)
00 04 00 00
7F
00
40
----00
40
00
00
00
00
30
50
2A
1B
50
25
65
* Addresses 00 00 0B through 00 00 17 are supported for parameter changes.
<Table 4>
Address Size
(H)
(H)
10 00 00
1
01
1
02
1
03
1
04
1
05
1
06
1
38
Current Voice / Common Misc Parameters
Data
(H)
20 - 7F
20 - 7F
20 - 7F
20 - 7F
20 - 7F
20 - 7F
20 - 7F
Parameter
Description
VOICE NAME #1
VOICE NAME #2
VOICE NAME #3
VOICE NAME #4
VOICE NAME #5
VOICE NAME #6
VOICE NAME #7
32 - 127 (ASCII)
32 - 127 (ASCII)
32 - 127 (ASCII)
32 - 127 (ASCII)
32 - 127 (ASCII)
32 - 127 (ASCII)
32 - 127 (ASCII)
Default
value(H)
MIDI Data Format
07
1
08
1
09
1
0A
1
0B
2
0D
1
0E
1
TOTAL SIZE 0F
<Table 5>
20 - 7F
VOICE NAME #8
NOT USED
00 - 7F
VOICE LEVEL
00 - 02
ASSIGN MODE
0000 - 1F1F POLY EXPAND
00 - 01
PORTAMENTO MODE
NOT USED
32 - 127 (ASCII)
0 - 127
BOTTOM, TOP, LAST
off...32>32
FULLTIME, FINGERED
Multi Part Parameters
Address Size
(H)
(H)
08 0p 00
1
01
1
02
1
03
1
04
1
05
1
06
1
07
1
08
1
09
2
Data
(H)
0B
1
0C
1
0D
1
0E
1
0F
1
10
1
11
1
12
1
13
1
14
1
15
1
16
1
17
1
18
1
19
1
1A
1
1B
1
1C
1
1D
1
1E
1
1F
1
20
1
21
1
22
1
23
1
24
1
25
1
26
1
27
1
28
1
TOTAL SIZE 29
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
28 - 58
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
Address Size
(H)
(H)
08 0p 30
1
31
1
32
1
33
1
34
1
35
1
36
1
37
1
Data
(H)
00 - 01
00 - 01
00 - 01
00 - 01
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 0F, 7F
00 - 01
00 - 05
28 - 58
00 - FF
28 - 58
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 01
00 - 01
00 - 01
Parameter
NOT USED
BANK SELECT MSB
BANK SELECT LSB
PROGRAM NUMBER
Rcv CHANNEL
MONO/POLY MODE
NOT USED
PART MODE
NOTE SHIFT
DETUNE
Description
Default
value(H)
0 - 127
0 - 127
1 - 128
ch1 - ch16, OFF
0:MONO, 1:POLY
00
00
00
00
01
-0:NORMAL
00
-24 - +24[semitones]
40
-12.8 - +12.7[Hz],
-1st bit3-0→bit7-4, 2nd bit3-0→bit3-0 08 00
VOLUME
0 - 127
64
VELOCITY SENSE DEPTH
0 - 127
40
VELOCITY SENSE OFFSET 0 - 127
40
PAN
CENTER (0), L63...C...R63 (1...64...127) 40
NOTE LIMIT LOW
C-2 - G8
00
NOTE LIMIT HIGH
C-2 - G8
7F
DRY LEVEL
0 - 127
7F
CHORUS SEND
0 - 127
00
REVERB SEND
0 - 127
28
VARIATION SEND
0 - 127
00
VIBRATO RATE
-64 - +63
40
VIBRATO DEPTH
-64 - +63
40
VIBRATO DELAY
-64 - +63
40
FILTER CUTOFF FREQUENCY -64 - +63
40
FILTER RESONANCE
-64 - +63
40
EG ATTACK TIME
-64 - +63
40
EG DECAY TIME
-64 - +63
40
EG RELEASE TIME
-64 - +63
40
MW PITCH CONTROL
-24 - +24[semitones]
40
MW FILTER CONTROL
-9600 - +9450[cent]
40
MW AMPLITUDE CONTROL -100 - +100[%]
40
MW LFO PMOD DEPTH 0 - 127
0A
MW LFO FMOD DEPTH 0 - 127
00
NOT USED
-BEND PITCH CONTROL -24 - +24[semitones]
42
BEND FILTER CONTROL -9600 - +9450[cent]
40
BEND AMPLITUDE CONTROL -100 - +100[%]
40
BEND LFO PMOD DEPTH 0 - 127
00
BEND LFO FMOD DEPTH 0 - 127
00
NOT USED
Parameter
Description
Rcv PITCH BEND
Rcv CH AFTER TOUCH(CAT)
Rcv PROGRAM CHANGE
Rcv CONTROL CHANGE
NOT USED
Rcv NOTE MESSAGE
Rcv RPN
Rcv NRPN
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
Default
value(H)
01
01
01
01
-01
01
01
39
MIDI Data Format
38
1
39
1
3A
1
3B
1
3C
1
3D
1
3E
1
3F
1
40
1
41
1
42
1
43
1
44
1
45
1
46
1
47
1
48
1
49
1
4A
1
4B
1
4C
1
4D
1
4E
1
4F
1
50
1
51
1
52
1
53
1
54
1
55
1
56
1
57
1
58
1
59
1
5A
1
5B
1
5C
1
5D
1
5E
1
5F
1
60
1
61
1
62
1
63
1
64
1
65
1
66
1
67
1
68
1
69
1
6A
1
6B
1
6C
1
6D
1
6E
1
TOTAL SIZE 3F
Address Size
(H)
(H)
08 0p 70
1
71
1
72
1
73
1
TOTAL SIZE 04
40
00 - 01
00 - 01
00 - 01
00 - 01
00 - 01
00 - 01
00 - 01
00 - 01
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
28 - 58
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 5F
28 - 58
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 01
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
Data
(H)
28 - 58
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
Rcv MODULATION
Rcv MAIN VOLUME
Rcv PAN
Rcv EXPRESSION
Rcv HOLD1
Rcv PORTAMENTO
NOT USED
Rcv SOFT PEDAL
Rcv BANK SELECT
SCALE TUNING C
SCALE TUNING C#
SCALE TUNING D
SCALE TUNING D#
SCALE TUNING E
SCALE TUNING F
SCALE TUNING F#
SCALE TUNING G
SCALE TUNING G#
SCALE TUNING A
SCALE TUNING A#
SCALE TUNING B
AT PITCH CONTROL
AT FILTER CONTROL
AT AMPLITUDE CONTROL
AT LFO PMOD DEPTH
AT LFO FMOD DEPTH
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
AC1 CONTROLLER NUMBER
AC1 PITCH CONTROL
AC1 FILTER CONTROL
AC1 AMPLITUDE CONTROL
AC1 LFO PMOD DEPTH
AC1 LFO FMOD DEPTH
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
PORTAMENTO SWITCH
PORTAMENTO TIME
PITCH EG INITIAL LEVEL
PITCH EG ATTACK TIME
PITCH EG RELEASE LEVEL
PITCH EG RELEASE TIME
NOT USED
NOT USED
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
-64 - +63[cent]
-64 - +63[cent]
-64 - +63[cent]
-64 - +63[cent]
-64 - +63[cent]
-64 - +63[cent]
-64 - +63[cent]
-64 - +63[cent]
-64 - +63[cent]
-64 - +63[cent]
-64 - +63[cent]
-64 - +63[cent]
-24 - +24[semitones]
-9600 - +9450[cent]
-100 - +100[%]
0 - 127
0 - 127
off - 95
-24 - +24[semitones]
-9600 - +9450[cent]
-100 - +100[%]
0 - 127
0 - 127
OFF/ON
0 - 127
-64 - +63
-64 - +63
-64 - +63
-64 - +63
Parameter
Description
BEND PITCH LOW CONTROL
FILTER EG DEPTH
BASS
TREBLE
-24 - +24[semitones]
-64 - +63
-64 - +63
-64 - +63
01
01
01
01
01
01
-01
01
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
00
00
-------10
40
40
40
00
00
--------00
00
40
40
40
40
---
Default
value(H)
3E
40
40
40
MIDI Data Format
Address Size
(H)
(H)
09 0p 00
1
01
1
02
1
03
1
04
1
05
1
06
1
07
1
08
1
09
1
0A
1
0B
1
0C
1
0D
1
0E
1
0F
1
10
1
11
1
12
1
13
1
14
1
15
1
16
1
TOTAL SIZE 17
Data
(H)
00 - 01
00 - 62
00 - 7F
00 - 62
00 - 7F
00 - 62
00 - 7F
00 - 62
00 - 7F
00 - 62
00 - 7F
00 - 62
00 - 7F
00 - 62
00 - 7F
00 - 62
00 - 7F
00 - 62
00 - 7F
00 - 62
00 - 7F
Parameter
Description
NOTE ASSIGN
OFF/ON
NOT USED
NOT USED
PRESSURE CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
DEPTH
-64 - +63
EMBOUCHURE CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
DEPTH
-64 - +63
TONGUING CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
DEPTH
-64 - +63
SCREAM CONTROL NO.
off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
DEPTH
-64 - +63
BREATH NOISE CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
DEPTH
-64 - +63
GROWL CONTROL NO.
off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
DEPTH
-64 - +63
THROAT FORMANT CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
DEPTH
-64 - +63
HARMONIC ENHANCER CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
DEPTH
-64 - +63
DAMPING CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
DEPTH
-64 - +63
ABSORPTION CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
DEPTH
-64 - +63
Default
value(H)
01
--00
40
00
40
00
40
00
40
00
40
00
40
00
40
00
40
00
40
00
40
* p = Part Number
<Table 6>
Address Size
(H)
(H)
09 00 17
1
18
1
19
1
1A
1
1B
1
1C
1
TOTAL SIZE 06
<Table 7>
Address Size
(H)
(H)
70 00 ss
1
TOTAL SIZE 01
VL Part Parameters
Data
(H)
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
00 - 7F
Parameter
Description
AMP LEVEL SCALE BREAK POINT
DEPTH
FILTER CUTOFF SCALE BREAK POINT
DEPTH
NOT USED
NOT USED
C-2 - G8
-64 - +63
C-2 - G8
-64 - +63
Default
value(H)
3C
40
3C
40
---
MIDI Parameter Change (VL Part Assign)
Data
(H)
00 - 0F, 7F
Parameter
Description
Part Assign
A 1.....A 16, off
Default
value(H)
0
* ss = Serial Number for PLG100-VL
41
MIDI Data Format
<Table 8>
Address Size
(H)
(H)
20 00 00
1
00 01
1
00 02
1
00 03
1
00 04
1
00 05
1
00 06
1
00 07
1
00 08
1
00 09
1
00 0A
1
00 0B
1
00 0C
2
00 0E
1
00 0F
1
00 10
2
00 12
1
00 13
1
00 14
2
00 16
1
00 17
1
00 18
2
00 1A
2
00 1C
1
00 1D
1
00 1E
2
00 20
1
00 21
1
00 22
2
00 24
1
00 25
1
00 26
2
00 28
1
00 29
1
00 2A
2
00 2C
1
00 2D
1
00 2E
2
00 30
1
00 31
1
00 32
2
00 34
1
00 35
1
00 36
2
00 38
1
00 39
1
00 3A
2
00 3C
1
00 3D
|
|
0A 6A
TOTAL SIZE 56B
42
Current Voice / Element Parameter
Data
Parameter
Description
(H)
20 - 7F
ELEMENT NAME #1
32 - 127 (ASCII)
20 - 7F
ELEMENT NAME #2
32 - 127 (ASCII)
20 - 7F
ELEMENT NAME #3
32 - 127 (ASCII)
20 - 7F
ELEMENT NAME #4
32 - 127 (ASCII)
20 - 7F
ELEMENT NAME #5
32 - 127 (ASCII)
20 - 7F
ELEMENT NAME #6
32 - 127 (ASCII)
20 - 7F
ELEMENT NAME #7
32 - 127 (ASCII)
20 - 7F
ELEMENT NAME #8
32 - 127 (ASCII)
20 - 7F
ELEMENT NAME #9
32 - 127 (ASCII)
20 - 7F
ELEMENT NAME #10
32 - 127 (ASCII)
00 - 01
EXPRESSION MODE
BC, VOLUME
00 - 62
PRESSURE CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
00 - 62
FILTER CONTROL NO.
off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
00 - 62
AMPLITUDE CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
00 - 62
EMBOUCHURE CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
01 01 - 00 7F UPPER DEPTH
-127 - +127
01 01 - 00 7F LOWER DEPTH
-127 - +127
00 - 01
MODE
CENTER BASE, MINIMUM BASE
00 - 62
TONGUING CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
00 - 62
SCREAM CONTROL NO.
off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
00 - 62
BREATH NOISE CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
00 - 62
GROWL CONTROL NO.
off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
00 - 62
THROAT FORMANT CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
00 - 62
HARMONIC ENHANCER CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
00 - 62
DAMPING CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
00 - 62
ABSORPTION CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
Default
value(H)
MIDI Data Format
<Table 9>
Address Size
(H)
(H)
30 00 0n
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
62
TOTAL SIZE A3
Custom Voice Parameters
Data
(H)
20 - 7F
20 - 7F
20 - 7F
20 - 7F
20 - 7F
20 - 7F
20 - 7F
20 - 7F
Parameter
VOICE NAME #1
VOICE NAME #2
VOICE NAME #3
VOICE NAME #4
VOICE NAME #5
VOICE NAME #6
VOICE NAME #7
VOICE NAME #8
NOT USED
00 - 7F
VOICE LEVEL
00 - 02
ASSIGN MODE
00 00 - 1F 1F POLY EXPAND
00 - 01
PORTAMENTO MODE
NOT USED
00 - 01
MONO/POLY MODE
28 - 58
NOTE SHIFT
00 - FF
DETUNE
NOT USED
00 - 7F
VELOCITY SENSE DEPTH
00 - 7F
VELOCITY SENSE OFFSET
00 - 7F
PAN
NOT USED
NOT USED
00 - 7F
DRY LEVEL
00 - 7F
CHORUS SEND
00 - 7F
REVERB SEND
00 - 7F
VARIATION SEND
28 - 58
MW PITCH CONTROL
00 - 7F
MW FILTER CONTROL
00 - 7F
MW AMPLITUDE CONTROL
00 - 7F
MW LFO PMOD DEPTH
00 - 7F
MW LFO FMOD DEPTH
28 - 58
BEND PITCH CONTROL
00 - 7F
BEND FILTER CONTROL
00 - 7F
BEND AMPLITUDE CONTROL
00 - 7F
BEND LFO PMOD DEPTH
00 - 7F
BEND LFO FMOD DEPTH
00 - 7F
SCALE TUNING C
00 - 7F
SCALE TUNING C#
00 - 7F
SCALE TUNING D
00 - 7F
SCALE TUNING D#
00 - 7F
SCALE TUNING E
00 - 7F
SCALE TUNING F
00 - 7F
SCALE TUNING F#
00 - 7F
SCALE TUNING G
00 - 7F
SCALE TUNING G#
00 - 7F
SCALE TUNING A
00 - 7F
SCALE TUNING A#
00 - 7F
SCALE TUNING B
28 - 58
AT PITCH CONTROL
00 - 7F
AT FILTER CONTROL
00 - 7F
AT AMPLITUDE CONTROL
00 - 7F
AT LFO PMOD DEPTH
00 - 7F
AT LFO FMOD DEPTH
00 - 5F
AC1 CONTROLLER NUMBER
28 - 58
AC1 PITCH CONTROL
00 - 7F
AC1 FILTER CONTROL
00 - 7F
AC1 AMPLITUDE CONTROL
00 - 7F
AC1 LFO PMOD DEPTH
00 - 7F
AC1 LFO FMOD DEPTH
00 - 01
PORTAMENTO SWITCH
00 - 7F
PORTAMENTO TIME
28 - 58
BEND PITCH LOW CONTROL
NOT USED
Description
Default
value(H)
32 - 127 (ASCII)
32 - 127 (ASCII)
32 - 127 (ASCII)
32 - 127 (ASCII)
32 - 127 (ASCII)
32 - 127 (ASCII)
32 - 127 (ASCII)
32 - 127 (ASCII)
0 - 127
BOTTOM, TOP, LAST
off...32>32
FULLTIME, FINGERED
0:MONO, 1:POLY
-24 - +24[semitones]
-12.8 - +12.7[Hz], 1st bit3-0→bit7-4, 2nd bit3-0→bit3-0
0 - 127
0 - 127
RANDOM (0), L63...C...R63 (1...64...127)
0 - 127
0 - 127
0 - 127
0 - 127
-24 - +24[semitones]
-9600 - +9450[cent]
-100 - +100[%]
0 - 127
0 - 127
-24 - +24[semitones]
-9600 - +9450[cent]
-100 - +100[%]
0 - 127
0 - 127
-64 - +63[cent]
-64 - +63[cent]
-64 - +63[cent]
-64 - +63[cent]
-64 - +63[cent]
-64 - +63[cent]
-64 - +63[cent]
-64 - +63[cent]
-64 - +63[cent]
-64 - +63[cent]
-64 - +63[cent]
-64 - +63[cent]
-24 - +24[semitones]
-9600 - +9450[cent]
-100 - +100[%]
0 - 127
0 - 127
off - 95
-24 - +24[semitones]
-9600 - +9450[cent]
-100 - +100[%]
0 - 127
0 - 127
OFF/ON
0 - 127
-24 - +24[semitones]
43
MIDI Data Format
Address Size Data
Parameter
Description
(H)
(H) (H)
31 00 0n
1 20 - 7F
ELEMENT NAME #1
32 - 127 (ASCII)
1 20 - 7F
ELEMENT NAME #2
32 - 127 (ASCII)
1 20 - 7F
ELEMENT NAME #3
32 - 127 (ASCII)
1 20 - 7F
ELEMENT NAME #4
32 - 127 (ASCII)
1 20 - 7F
ELEMENT NAME #5
32 - 127 (ASCII)
1 20 - 7F
ELEMENT NAME #6
32 - 127 (ASCII)
1 20 - 7F
ELEMENT NAME #7
32 - 127 (ASCII)
1 20 - 7F
ELEMENT NAME #8
32 - 127 (ASCII)
1 20 - 7F
ELEMENT NAME #9
32 - 127 (ASCII)
1 20 - 7F
ELEMENT NAME #10
32 - 127 (ASCII)
1 00 - 01
EXPRESSION MODE
BC, VOLUME
1 00 - 62
PRESSURE CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
2 01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
1 70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
1 00 - 62
FILTER CONTROL NO.
off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
2 01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
1 70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
1 00 - 62
AMPLITUDE CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
2 01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
1 70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
1 00 - 62
EMBOUCHURE CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
2 01 01 - 00 7F UPPER DEPTH
-127 - +127
2 01 01 - 00 7F LOWER DEPTH
-127 - +127
1 00 - 01
MODE
CENTER BASE, MINIMUM BASE
1 00 - 62
TONGUING CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
2 01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
1 70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
1 00 - 62
SCREAM CONTROL NO.
off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
2 01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
1 70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
1 00 - 62
BREATH NOISE CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
2 01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
1 70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
1 00 - 62
GROWL CONTROL NO.
off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
2 01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
1 70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
1 00 - 62
THROAT FORMANT CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
2 01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
1 70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
1 00 - 62
HARMONIC ENHANCER CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
2 01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
1 70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
1 00 - 62
DAMPING CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
2 01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
1 70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
1 00 - 62
ABSORPTION CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
2 01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
1 70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
52E
NOT USED
TOTAL SIZE 56B
n = Voice Number(0 - 5)
<Table 10>
Address Size
(H)
(H)
40 00 nn
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
44
Default
value(H)
Internal Voice Parameters
Data
(H)
20 - 7F
20 - 7F
20 - 7F
20 - 7F
20 - 7F
20 - 7F
20 - 7F
20 - 7F
00 - 7F
Parameter
Description
VOICE NAME #1
VOICE NAME #2
VOICE NAME #3
VOICE NAME #4
VOICE NAME #5
VOICE NAME #6
VOICE NAME #7
VOICE NAME #8
VOICE LEVEL
32 - 127 (ASCII)
32 - 127 (ASCII)
32 - 127 (ASCII)
32 - 127 (ASCII)
32 - 127 (ASCII)
32 - 127 (ASCII)
32 - 127 (ASCII)
32 - 127 (ASCII)
0 - 127
Default
value(H)
MIDI Data Format
1
2D
1
1
1
1
1
1
33
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
TOTAL SIZE A3
00 - 02
ASSIGN MODE
BOTTOM, TOP, LAST
NOT USED
00 - 7F
AMP LEVEL SCALE BREAK POINT C-2 - G8
00 - 7F
DEPTH
-64 - +63
00 - 7F
FILTER CUTOFF SCALE BREAK POINT C-2 - G8
00 - 7F
DEPTH
-64 - +63
00 - 02
BANK POINTER
PRESET1, PRESET2, CUSTOM
00 - 7F
PROGRAM POINTER
1 - 128
NOT USED
00 - 01
EXPRESSION MODE
BC, VOLUME
00 - 62
PRESSURE CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
00 - 62
FILTER CONTROL NO.
off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
00 - 62
AMPLITUDE CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
00 - 62
EMBOUCHURE CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
01 01 - 00 7F UPPER DEPTH
-127 - +127
01 01 - 00 7F LOWER DEPTH
-127 - +127
00 - 01
MODE
CENTER BASE, MINIMUM BASE
00 - 62
TONGUING CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
00 - 62
SCREAM CONTROL NO.
off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
00 - 62
BREATH NOISE CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
00 - 62
GROWL CONTROL NO.
off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
00 - 62
THROAT FORMANT CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
00 - 62
HARMONIC ENHANCER CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
00 - 62
DAMPING CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
00 - 62
ABSORPTION CONTROL NO. off - 95, AT, VELOCITY, PB
01 01 - 00 7F DEPTH
-127 - +127
70 - 10
CURVE
-16 - +16
nn = Voice Number (00 - 3F)
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Change
Control
0,32
1,2,4,5,13
6,38
64,65,67
71-74
96-97
98-99
100-101
Key's
Ch's
After
Touch
Pitch Bend
Note ON
Note OFF
Velocity
: True voice
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
**************
x
x
**************
Default
Messages
Altered
Mode
Note
Number
x
x
Default
Changed
Basic
Channel
Transmitted
*2
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o 0-24 semi
x
o
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
o 9nH,v=1-127
x
0 - 127
0 - 127
3
3,4 (m = 1)
x
1
1 - 16
Recognized
[ VIRTUAL ACOUSTIC PLUG-IN BOARD ]
Model PLG100-VL MIDI Implementation Chart
Function...
YAMAHA
Sound Controller
RPN Inc,Dec
NRPN LSB,MSB
RPN LSB,MSB
Data Entry
Bank Select
Remarks
Date :26-JUN-1998
Version : 1.1
MIDI Implementation Chart
: True #
*3
*3
o(120,126,127)
o(121)
x
o(123-125)
o
x
x
x
x
x
x
o
o 0 - 127
Mode 2 : OMNI ON ,MONO
Mode 4 : OMNI OFF,MONO
*1 receive if switch is on.
*2 m is always treated as "1" regardless of its value.
*3 transmit/receive if exclusive switch is on.
Mode 1 : OMNI ON , POLY
Mode 3 : OMNI OFF, POLY
Notes:
All Sound Off
Reset All Cntrls
Local ON/OFF
All Notes OFF
Active Sense
Reset
x
x
x
x
x
x
:
:
:
:
Mes- :
sages:
Aux
x
x
x
x
x
: Song Pos.
: Song Sel.
: Tune
o
x
**************
System
: Clock
Real Time: Commands
Common
System Exclusive
Prog
Change
o : Yes
x : No
MIDI Implementation Chart
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