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About the Manuals
About the Manuals
The TENORI-ON is provided with the four manuals listed below.
Quick Guide
The Quick Guide provides instructions on setup and basic operation that will get you started
as quickly as possible.
TENORI-ON Manual (This manual; PDF)
The manual is provided as an electronic document on the supplied CD-ROM, and it provides
detailed descriptions and procedures that will help you take full advantage of the TENORION's many advanced features. Refer to the Quick Guide for basic information such as
turning on the power, the functions of the panel controls, and more.
Precautions
This document lists a number of points you need to be aware of in order to use the TENORION properly and safely. Please read it carefully. Guarantee information and after-service
contact details are also included.
Installation Guide
Explains the procedure for installing the "TENORI-ON User Voice Manager" software that is
included on the supplied CD-ROM on your computer.
Using the PDF Manual
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Click the item you want to refer to in the "Bookmarks" index to the left of the main display
window to go to the corresponding page. Click the "Bookmarks" tab to open the index if it
is not showing.
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Click the page numbers that appear in the table of contents to go directly to the
corresponding page.
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Select "Find" or "Search" from the Adobe Reader "Edit" menu and enter a key word to
locate related information anywhere in the document. Click an item in the list that appears
after searching to go directly to the corresponding page.
NOTE The names and positions of menu items may vary according to the version of Adobe Reader being used.
The illustrations and LCD screens as shown in this owner’s manual are for instructional purposes only, and may appear
somewhat different from those on your instrument.
Copying of the commercially available musical data including but not limited to MIDI data and/or audio data is strictly prohibited
except for your personal use.
When using a power adaptor, even when the STANDBY/ON switch is in the "STANDBY" position, electricity is still flowing to the
instrument at the minimum level. When you are not using the instrument for a long time, make sure you unplug the AC power
adaptor from the wall AC outlet.
Please note that there may be slight variations in the color of the LED buttons.
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Contents
Contents
The TENORI-ON Is … . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
■ Edit Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Layers and Performance Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Layers and Blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Voices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Connecting to Second TENORI-ON or Computer . . . . . . . 7
Song Recording and Playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
SD Memory Card File Types and Operations . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Non-performance Functions
(Interior and Power Save Modes) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Performance Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Basic Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Score Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Random Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Draw Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Bounce Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Push Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Solo Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
1. Copy this Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2. Clear this Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3. Copy this Layer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4. Clear this Layer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5. Clear All Blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6. Reset All Blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
■ Preference Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1. Quantize . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2. Push Sensitivity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3. Master Tuning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4. Local Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5. Synchronize . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6. Loop Indicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
■ File Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1. Song . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2. All Blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3. Current Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4. Current Layer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5. All Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6. Samplings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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■ Effect Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
Parameter Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Setting Parameters with the Function Buttons . . . . . . . .
[L1] Instrument . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
[L2] Sound Length . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
[L3] Octave . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
[L4] Score Mode Loop Point . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
[L4] Random Mode Rotation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
[L5] Loop Speed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
[R1] Layer No. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
[R2] Master Tempo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
[R3] Master Transpose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
[R4] Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
[R5] Block Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Data Storage and Initialization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
■ Play Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1. Hardware Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2. Master Tempo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3. Master Scale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4. Master Transpose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5. Master Loop Speed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6. Master Loop Point . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7. Reset Loop Timing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8. Mute . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
■ Layer Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1. Instrument . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2. Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3. Loop Speed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4. Sound Length . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5. Panpot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6. Animation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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1. Reverb Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
2. Reverb Param . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
3. Chorus Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
4. Chorus Param . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
■ Interior Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
1. Interior Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
2. Interior Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
3. Saver Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
4. Saver Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
5. Time Signal ON/OFF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
6. Alarm ON/OFF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
7. Set Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
8. Save As Time Signal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
9. Save As Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
10. Clock Adjust . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
■ System Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
1. Save As Default . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
2. SD Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
3. Owner Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
4. Version Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
5. Factory Reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
■ Recording Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
Display Message List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MIDI Data Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TENORI-ON MIDI Transmit/Receive Event Specifications . .
MIDI Implementation Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Voice List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Layers and Performance Modes
The TENORI-ON Is …
The TENORI-ON is a new type of musical interface that combines control and display
functions in matrix of 256 LED buttons.
The 16 x 16 TENORI-ON matrix can be operated easily and intuitively, so that anyone can
begin playing the instrument right away. Light animation is generated in synchronization with
the performance and sound.
Layers and Performance Modes
The TENORI-ON has 16 layers divided into 6 different "modes" with different input methods
and types of sound/light response.
Each layer individually memorizes note timing, voice, pitch, loop position and other
parameters. The performance modes and the layers they are associated with are listed in
the table below. Up to 16 layers can be played simultaneously, allowing a vast range of
possibilities for rich, complex musical expression and performance.
[Reference]
❊ Switching Layers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Layer Number ➝ Page 30
Layer No.
Mode
Operation
Page
1—7
Score
The vertical axis corresponds to pitch while the horizontal axis is looped time.
15
8—11
Random
Notes loop and flash in the order in which they were entered.
17
12—13
Draw
LED button operation is memorized over a certain time frame and repeated.
18
14
Bounce
A "bouncing ball" visual effect with repeated notes.
19
15
Push
Press LED buttons for a certain time to produce sustained notes.
20
16
Solo
Notes are repeated while the LED buttons are held.
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The 16-layer Concept
Performance data entered on the LED button matrix.
Layer Number 1
Mode
2
3
4
5
Score Mode
6
7
8
9
10
11
Random Mode
12
13
Draw Mode
14
Bounce
Mode
15
Push
Mode
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Solo
Mode
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Layers and Blocks
Layers and Blocks
The TENORI-ON handles a complete set of 16 layers as a "block." You can have up to 16
blocks, each with up to 16 layers. You can switch between blocks instantaneously to create
varied performances with plenty of musical interest.
Parameters that apply to individual layers (voice, pitch, note entry position, etc.) are
internally managed separately from parameters that apply to individual blocks (master
tempo, master transpose, master scale, etc.). This makes it possible, for example, to create
variations within the same song in which only the note timing is altered, and instantly switch
between variations. The only exception is that layers have the same voices throughout all
bocks (e.g. layer 3 in block 1 will use the same voice as layer 3 in block 10), so changing
blocks won’t change the voice for a given layer.
The Layer/Block Relationship
Block Settings
Block Switching
Block 1
Block 2
Block 3
Block 16
Since the blocks will usually hold similar performance data, convenient block copy functions
are provided.
[Reference]
❊ Block ➝ Block Copy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Block Number ➝ Page 34
Copy this Block ➝ Page 55
❊ Layer ➝ Layer Copy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Block Number ➝ Page 34
Copy this Layer ➝ Page 56
❊ Block Switching . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Block Number ➝ Page 34
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Voices
Voices
The various sounds that can be played by the TENORI-ON are called "voices." The TENORION can use up to 256 voices, 253 of which are built in and play via the internal MIDI tone
generator. A wide range of voices including piano, strings, drums, percussion, sound
effects, and voices developed specifically for use with the TENORI-ON are provided.
The remaining three voice numbers are reserved for voice samples provided by the user.
Samples you have created using your computer or downloaded can be converted and
assigned for use with the TENORI-ON by using the supplied TENORI-ON User Voice
Manager software, saved to an SD Memory Card, and then loaded into the TENORI-ON.
User voice can be played in the same way as the internal MIDI tone generator voices.
A different voice can be assigned to each layer, and all notes played on a given layer will be
played using the same voice. Multiple layers with different voices assigned to each can be
played simultaneously. But of course you could also assign the same voice to multiple
layers. Maximum polyphony (the maximum number of notes that can be played
simultaneously) is 32. If more than 32 notes are played at the same time, only the last
(newest) 32 notes will be played.
The voices can be varied by adjusting gate time (the length of the notes), transposition,
octave shift, and other parameters. There’s also a Master Tuning parameter that can be used
to tune the MIDI tone generator voices.
The ionian C scale is assigned to layer pitches by default (i.e. the LED buttons produces
pitches corresponding to the white keys on a piano). The default scale can be changed via
the menu.
MIDI drum voices have no pitch variation. Each LED button produces the sound of a different
drum or percussion instrument. For this reason scale, octave shift, and transpose settings
have no effect on drum voices.
Reverb and chorus effects can be applied to the voices. The effect type and depth can be
set as required.
A number of other variations can be applied to voices. Refer to the items listed below for
more information.
[Reference]
❊ Changing Voices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Instrument ➝ Page 24, 49
❊ Adjusting Volume. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hardware Volume ➝ Page 43
Volume ➝ Page 33, 50
❊ Changing Note Length (Gate Time) . . . . . . . . . . Sound Length ➝ Page 25, 52
❊ Octave Shift . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Octave ➝ Page 26
❊ Transposition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Master Transpose ➝ Page 32, 45
❊ Tuning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Master Tuning ➝ Page 60
❊ Changing Scales . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Master Scale ➝ Page 44
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Connecting to Second TENORI-ON or Computer
❊ Panning (Stereo Positioning) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Panpot ➝ Page 53
❊ Effects (Reverb and Chorus) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Effect Menu ➝ Page 99
❊ Loading Samples. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Samplings ➝ Page 88
The supplied "TENORI-ON User Voice manager" software
installation guide.
Connecting to Second TENORI-ON or Computer
The TENORI-ON has a mini-DIN type MIDI connector that, via the supplied MIDI cable
adaptor, can be connected to a second TENORI-ON to allow synchronized performance, or
to a computer to allow recording of the instrument’s MIDI output.
[Reference]
❊ MIDI Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MIDI Data Format ➝ Page 115
MIDI Implementation Chart ➝ Page 118
Transmitting the TENORI-ON MIDI Output to a Computer
TENORI-ON performance data (MIDI data) can be transmitted to a computer where it can be
recorded and processed.
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Connecting to a Computer
TENORI-ON
MIDI
MIDI OUT
Supplied MIDI Cable
Adaptor
● Synchronized
MIDI IN
MIDI
Interface
MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
USB, etc.
Computer
Performance with Other TENORI-ON Instruments
Two TENORI-ON instruments can be connected via MIDI so that when playback is started or
paused on the "Master" TENORI-ON, the "Slave" TENORI-ON follows. To use this capability
one of the connected TENORI-ON instruments must be set to Master status and the other
must be set to Slave. It is also possible to synchronize more than two TENORI-ON
instruments in this way. In such cases only one TENORI-ON can function as the Master while
all others are Slaves.
[Reference]
❊ Master/Slave Settings for Synchronized PerformanceSynchronize ➝ Page 61
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Connecting to Second TENORI-ON or Computer
Connecting Two TENORI-ON Instruments
Synchronize
∞
Synchronize
MASTER
SLAVE
MASTER TENORI-ON
SLAVE TENORI-ON
MIDI
Supplied MIDI Cable
Adaptor
∞
MIDI
MIDI Cable
MIDI OUT
MIDI OUT
MIDI IN
Supplied MIDI
Cable Adaptor
MIDI IN
Connecting More than Two TENORI-ON Instruments
Synchronize
∞
Synchronize
MASTER
SLAVE
MASTER TENORI-ON
SLAVE TENORI-ON
MIDI
MIDI
MIDI IN
Supplied
MIDI Cable
Adaptor
∞
MIDI OUT
MIDI
Cable
MIDI OUT
MIDI IN
MIDI IN
MIDI
Cable
MIDI Interface
MIDI
Cable
MIDI OUT
MIDI
MIDI OUT
Supplied
MIDI Cable
Adaptor
Supplied
MIDI Cable
Adaptor
MIDI OUT
MIDI IN
Power-on Procedure
If you have the TENORI-ON connected to an external sound system, it is important to turn
the devices in your audio chain on in the correct order to prevent unwanted noise as well as
possible damage to your equipment.
Before turning the power on, make sure that any volume controls on all devices are turned all
the way down.
When turning power on, you should normally begin with the source and end with power
amplifiers or powered speakers. Here’s an example:
1. TENORI-ON
2. Mixer
3. Powered Speakers
The opposite applies when turning power off:
1. Powered Speakers
2. Mixer
3. TENORI-ON
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Song Recording and Playback
Song Recording and Playback
Performance operations carried out on the TENORI-ON can be recorded in real time and
saved to an SD Memory Card as a Song File.
Song Files contain all performance operations (note entry, etc.), settings (voice selection,
tempo, etc.) and other user operations carried out in all layers and blocks in real time. A
recorded Song File can then be loaded in into the TENORI-ON and played back, precisely
reproducing LED button and function button operations precisely as they were recorded.
Song files can be transferred to a computer and made available on the Internet or attached
to email messages to other TENORI-ON users.
[Reference]
❊ Recording TENORI-ON Performances . . . . . . . . Recording Menu ➝ Page 109
❊ Song File Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . File Menu/Song ➝ Page 64
❊ Using the Supplied Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The supplied "TENORI-ON User Voice manager" software
installation guide.
SD Memory Card File Types and Operations
In addition to Song Files, the following file types can be saved to and loaded from SD
memory cards, as well as renamed or deleted as required.
File Type
Content
All Blocks
Performance data and settings for all layers and blocks.
Current Block
Performance data and settings for all layers in the current block.
Current Layer
Performance data and settings for the current layer in the current block.
All Settings
All data other than the note entry points for all layers and blocks.
Samplings
Samples you have created on a computer or downloaded from the Internet can be
converted to TENORI-ON file format using the supplied TENORI-ON User Voice Manager
and loaded into the instrument’s user voice memories (voice numbers <01/16,> <02/16,>
and <03/16>) for playback. User voices can be saved to and loaded from SD Memory
Cards.
[Reference]
❊ File Operations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . File Menu ➝ Page 62
❊ Sample Save/Load. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Samplings ➝ Page 88
The supplied "TENORI-ON User Voice manager" software
installation guide.
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Non-performance Functions (Interior and Power Save Modes)
Non-performance Functions (Interior and Power Save Modes)
When set to the Interior Mode the TENORI-ON will function as a clock and/or play back
songs automatically. There’s also a Power Save Mode that automatically puts the TENORION to "sleep" if it isn’t operated for a specified period of time.
Interior Mode
You can set up the TENORI-ON to function as a clock and play back songs automatically.
It can play a composition you have created as an alarm or time hourly reminder. Alternatively,
it can be set to play a song you have created or the demo song while the time is being
displayed.
Power Save Mode
This energy-saving feature stops the sequencer and turns all LED buttons off.
● Interior
Mode Operation (Interior Types)
Song (DEMO)
Plays the pre-programmed TENORI-ON demo song.
SONG (SD)
Randomly plays Song Files from an SD Memory Card.
Clock
Displays the time on the TENORI-ON matrix.
Clock + Song (DEMO)
Displays the time on the TENORI-ON matrix while playing the pre-programmed TENORI-ON
demo song. The demo song light animation appears on the matrix in addition to the time.
Clock + Song (SD)
Displays the time on the TENORI-ON matrix while randomly playing Song Files from an SD
Memory Card. The song light animation appears on the matrix in addition to the time.
● Clock
Functions
• The hour and minute are displayed numerically on the LED button matrix in 24-hour
format. Seconds are indicated by a dot that moves around the outermost 60 LED buttons,
and an "expanding-square" light animation that occurs once per second.
• The hour reminder sound can be turned ON or OFF.
• The alarm can be turned ON or OFF.
• The alarm time can be set as required.
• Original hourly reminder and alarm sounds can be created.
[Reference]
❊ Interior Mode Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Interior Menu ➝ Page 101
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Non-performance Functions (Interior and Power Save Modes)
Example: 15:39:18 (three thirty-nine PM and eighteen seconds)
Hour
1
15
Interior Type
16
60
Second Indicator
Animation
Clock+Song(DEMO)
"DEMO
Yamaha
15:39:18
Time Display
Minute
30
46
45
∞
"
Owner name
31
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Performance Modes
Basic Operation
Performance Modes
This section describes the 6 TENORI-ON performance modes that are assigned to the 16
layers. A thorough understanding of the modes will help you to create more interesting,
unique performances.
Basic Operation
The basic settings and operations used for TENORI-ON performance are described below.
● The
Display
When the TENORI-ON is turned on layer 1 and the Score mode will be selected. You can
begin creating compositions right away by simply entering notes via the LED buttons. When
the power is initially turned on the start-up screen will appear for a few seconds, and then
the status display will appear. The status display will be shown during TENORI-ON
performance. To return to the Status display, press the [CANCEL] button as many times as
necessary.
Status Display
2
1
4
5
3
ÅÍÎÏ ∞
≈01-Score Ω01
ç01/01:Photon
√10:08:31
÷≥
6
1 LAYER [≈] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The current layer number and mode.
2 BLOCK [Ω] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The current block number.
3 POWER [∞] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Current power status.
[∑] AC adaptor in use.
[∞] Battery full (battery power).
[¢] Battery half full (battery power).
[£] Battery almost depleted (battery power).
[™] Battery depleted (battery power).
4 INST [ç]. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Current voice number and name.
5 TIME [√] / REC [∫] / PLAY [µ] . . . . . . . Displays the time during normal performance: [√ h:m:s].
Displays elapsed time during recording: [∫ h:m:s].
Displays elapsed time during playing: [µ h:m:s]
6 STOP [÷≥] / START [˙≤] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [÷≥] during normal performance and recording.
[˙≤] when playback is stopped.
When the power status indicator shows that the batteries are almost depleted ([£]), replace all six
batteries with new ones as soon as possible.
If the remaining battery power drops even lower [™] will be displayed and SD Memory Card access will
not be possible. Change the batteries immediately.
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Performance Modes
Basic Operation
Basic Settings and Editing During Performance
●
[CLEAR] button
Press the [CLEAR] button to clear all active notes from the layer.
Clear All Active Notes from the Layer
Press the [CLEAR] button briefly.
Clear All Active Notes from All Layers and
Blocks
Press and hold the [CLEAR] button.
●
Function Button Settings/Edits
Basic settings and edits are made during performance using the [L1] — [L5] functions
buttons, [R1] — [R5] functions buttons, and LED buttons.
[Reference]
❊ Using the Function Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TENORI-ON Quick Guide,
Setting Parameters with the Function Buttons ➝ Page 23
Changing Voices
Use the LED buttons while holding the [L1] button (➝ Page 24).
Change Note Length
Use the LED buttons while holding the [L2] button (➝ Page 25).
Change the Octave
Use the LED buttons while holding the [L3] button (➝ Page 26).
Change the Score Mode Loop Range
Use the LED buttons while holding the [L4] button (➝ Page 27).
Rotate Shape in the Random Mode
Use the LED buttons while holding the [L4] button (➝ Page 28).
Adjust Loop Speed
Use the LED buttons while holding the [L5] button (➝ Page 29).
Change Layers
Use the LED buttons while holding the [R1] button (➝ Page 30).
Change the Tempo
Use the LED buttons while holding the [R2] button (➝ Page 31).
Transposition
Use the LED buttons while holding the [R3] button (➝ Page 32).
Adjust the Layer Volume
Use the LED buttons while holding the [R4] button (➝ Page 33).
Change Blocks, Copy Layer, Copy Block
Use the LED buttons while holding the [R5] button (➝ Page 34).
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Basic Operation
• Menu Settings/Edits
Detailed TENORI-ON settings can be accessed and edited by using the jog dial to select
menu items on the LCD display. File save and load operations can also be accessed this
way.
[Reference]
❊ Using the Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial ➝ Page 36
Stop Playback
Press the [OK] button at the point you want to stop playback while the Status
Display is shown. Press the [OK] button a second time and playback will
resume from that point.
Adjust Overall Volume
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to go to the "Hardware Volume" display (➝
Page 43).
Mute Output
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to go to the "Mute" display (➝ Page 47).
Adjust Layer Panning
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to go to the "Panpot" display (➝ Page 53).
Apply a Reverb or Chorus Effect
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to go to the "Effect menu" display (➝
Page 99).
Change the Light Animation
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to go to the "Animation" display (➝ Page 53).
Clear All Active Notes from the Layer
Clear All Active Notes from All Layers and
Blocks
Reset All Layers and Blocks
Copy Active Notes
Press the [CLEAR] button briefly. Alternatively, use the jog dial and [OK] button
to go to the "Clear this layer" display (➝ Page 57).
Press and hold the [CLEAR] button. Alternatively, use the jog dial and [OK]
button to go to the "Clear All Blocks" display (➝ Page 57).
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to go to the "Reset All Blocks" display (➝
Page 58).
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to go to the "Copy this block" display (➝
Page 55) or "Copy this layer" display (➝ Page 56).
Change Scales
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to go to the "Master Scale" display (➝
Page 44).
Adjust MIDI Tone Generator Tuning
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to go to the "Master Tuning" display (➝
Page 60).
Reset the Playback Loop
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to go to the "Reset Loop Timing" display (➝
Page 46).
Determines whether notes played on the
TENORI-ON will sound via the internal tone
generator or not
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to go to the "Local Control" display (➝
Page 61).
Adjust the LED Button Long-press Time
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to go to the "Push Sensitivity" display (➝
Page 60).
File Operations
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to go to the "File menu" display (➝ Page 62).
Format an SD Memory Card
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to go to the "SD Format" display (➝
Page 107).
Factory Reset
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to go to the "Factory Reset" display (➝
Page 108).
Record a performance
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to go to the "Recording Menu" display
(➝Page 109).
More detailed menu settings than listed in the above chart are described in the
following pages. Understand all the possibilities offered by the TENORI-ON can help
you gain maximum enjoyment from the instrument.
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Performance Modes
Score Mode
Score Mode
The Score Mode is assigned to TENORI-ON layers 1 — 7.
The Score Mode is selected by default when the power is turned on.
Score Mode Operation
In this mode the TENORI-ON interface functions like a musical "score" on which you can
write the notes to be played in one musical measure via the 16 x 16 LED button matrix.
The "loop indicator" (four lit LED buttons in a vertical column) proceeds from left to right, and
active notes will play when the loop indicator passes over them. Light animation will also
occur for each note played. The loop indicator will loop back to the beginning once the right
edge of the matrix is reached.
Press the [OK] button while the highlighted "STOP" indicator in the lower right corner of the
LCD display is shown to temporarily pause loop playback. The loop indicator will stop at the
position at which the [OK] button is pressed. Press the [OK] button a second time and loop
playback will resume from the point at which it was paused. You can change the point from
which playback will resume by moving the paused loop indicator to the desired position
(press an LED button at the desired start position).
[Reference]
❊ Setting the loop beginning and end points. (Master Loop Point ➝ Page 46, Loop Point ➝ Page 27)
❊ Changing the loop indicator speed (beat speed). (Loop Speed ➝ Page 29, 51)
❊ Turning the loop indicator off. (Loop Indicator ➝ Page 61)
❊ Changing the light animation. (Animation ➝ Page 53)
The horizontal axis corresponds to time and the vertical axis corresponds to the pitch of the
notes played. The factory default scale for the vertical axis is an ionian scale, corresponding
to the white keys on a piano.
[Reference]
❊ Selecting a scale other than the ionian scale. (Master Scale ➝Page 44)
❊ Changing octaves. (Octave ➝ Page 26)
If a drum voice is selected each note on the vertical axis does not correspond to a different
pitch in the scale, but rather to a different instrument in the drum "kit." See "Voices" on
Page 6.
Press an LED button briefly to play the sound assigned to it. If you hold the LED button a bit
longer it will remain lit and will become an active note. Press and hold an active note to deactivate it (the LED button will go out).
[Reference]
❊ The press-and-hold time for note entry can be changes as required. (Push Sensitivity ➝ Page 60)
❊ The note length (gate time) can be changed as required. (Sound Length ➝ Page 25, 52)
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Performance Modes
Loop Indicator
Active Notes
Loop Indicator Motion
Score Mode
Sound/Light
High
Pitch
Low
Time
Light Animation
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Performance Modes
Random Mode
Random Mode
The Random Mode is assigned to layers 8 — 11.
Random Mode Operation
If you press an LED button long enough to enter an active note in the Random Mode, the
active note will play back repeatedly. If you then enter a few more active notes, the lights will
"travel" from note to note, in the order entered, and the active notes will sound when the
traveling light passes over them. The Random Mode thus produces a totally different type of
loop from the Score Mode.
[Reference]
❊ The next active note will play at the specified 1-beat timing. The length of each beat can be adjusted via the
Loop Speed parameter (Loop Speed ➝ Page 29, 51. Master Loop Speed ➝ Page 45).
You can even spin loop-shapes you create in the Random Mode by holding the [L4] button
and running a finger around the matrix in the direction and at the speed of the desired spin.
The pitches of the notes will change accordingly as the shape spins, producing loop sound
effects.
[Reference]
❊ Rotation ➝ Page 28
Press an LED button briefly to play the sound assigned to it. If you hold the LED button a bit
longer it will remain lit and will become an active note. Press and hold an active note to deactivate it (the LED button will go out).
[Reference]
❊ The press-and-hold time for note entry can be changes as required. (Push Sensitivity ➝ Page 60)
❊ The note length (gate time) can be changed as required. (Sound Length ➝ Page 25, 52)
As in the Score Mode the factory default scale for the vertical axis is an ionian scale,
corresponding to the white keys on a piano. Nothing is assigned to the horizontal axis, but
the timing between notes will depend on the distance between the notes on the matrix.
[Reference]
❊ Selecting a scale other than the ionian scale. (Master Scale ➝ Page 44)
❊ Changing octaves. Octave ➝ Page 26)
❊ Changing the light animation. (Animation ➝ Page 53)
Note entered in order from 1 — 3 will play in the same
sequence.
When a shape is rotated the notes
will play/light during rotation.
2
High
2
3
Pitch
1
3
1
Low
Light Animation
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Performance Modes
Draw Mode
Draw Mode
The Draw Mode is assigned to layers 12 and 13.
Draw Mode Operation
In this mode you can press individual LED buttons or draw lines or curves on the matrix, and
those actions will be played back and repeated. You can keep adding to your "composition"
during playback to build up thick sonic textures.
[Reference]
❊ Recording and playback of LED button operations loops in 16th-beat increments in the Score mode. LED
button operations are played back in the next loop. The loop length (cycle) can be adjusted via the Loop
Speed parameter (Loop Speed ➝ Page 29, 51. Master Loop Speed ➝ Page 45).
❊ In the Draw Mode you cannot clear only a part of the performance. The entire layer can be cleared by
pressing the [CLEAR] button.
When a button is pressed it will sound and be activated immediately. In the Draw Mode there
is no need to press and hold a button to enter a note. Because this, in the Draw mode is
possible to "draw sounds" by running your finger(s) over the LED button matrix in various
ways.
[Reference]
❊ The note length (gate time) can be changed as required. (Sound Length ➝ Page 25, 52)
As in the Score Mode the factory default scale for the vertical axis is an ionian scale,
corresponding to the white keys on a piano. Nothing is assigned to the horizontal axis, but
you can run your finger over the matrix horizontally to produce notes in quick succession.
[Reference]
❊ Selecting a scale other than the ionian scale. (Master Scale ➝ Page 44)
❊ Changing octaves. (Octave ➝ Page 26)
❊ Changing the light animation. (Animation ➝ Page 53)
Draw curves or shapes on the LED buttons.
The sounds/lights of the drawn curve will repeat at a
pre-determined interval.
High
Pitch
Low
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Performance Modes
Bounce Mode
Bounce Mode
The Bounce Mode is assigned to layer 14.
Bounce Mode Operation
Press an LED button and the light will "drop" from that button, bounce back from the bottom
of the matrix, and repeat. The corresponding note will sound when the light bounces at the
bottom row.
The higher the entry point, the longer the interval between the sound. By choosing
appropriate entry points you can set the repeat interval as required.
[Reference]
❊ The illuminated dots move at a speed corresponding to the timing of the LED buttons: i.e. 1 beat per dot.
(Loop Speed ➝ Page 29, 51. Master Loop Speed ➝ Page 45).
In the Bounce Mode the pitches are arranged horizontally. As in the Score Mode the factory
default scale is an ionian scale, corresponding to the white keys on a piano, with the lowest
pitch on the left and the highest on the right.
Press the lowest LED button to stop activity in that column.
[Reference]
❊ Selecting a scale other than the ionian scale. (Master Scale ➝ Page 44)
❊ Changing octaves. (Octave ➝ Page 26)
❊ The note length (gate time) can be changed as required. (Sound Length ➝ Page 25, 52)
Entry Point
Low
The light will drop from the entry
point and sound at the bottom row.
High
Pitch
Note sounds at the lowest row.
Bounces back
from the lowest
row.
Bounces between
the entry point
and lowest row.
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Performance Modes
Push Mode
Push Mode
The Push Mode is assigned to layer 15.
Push Mode Operation
In this mode if you press and hold an LED button the sound of the corresponding note will
begin to change gradually. The way the note changes will depend on the voice used (this
feature will only work with sustained voices that have a time-based tonal change in the
sustained portion of the voice’s envelope). Voices 15/01 through 15/16 have been
specifically created for use in the Push mode, and are recommended.
The flashing surrounding the pressed button will gradually get brighter and wider.
If the button is held briefly the note and flashing will stop when you release it, but if you hold
the button for longer the note and flashing will continue even after the button is released.
To stop a note that is sounding, press the corresponding LED button (at the center of the
flashing LED buttons).
The factory default scale for the horizontal axis is an ionian scale, corresponding to the white
keys on a piano. Nothing is assigned to the vertical axis.
[Reference]
❊ Selecting a scale other than the ionian scale. (Master Scale ➝ Page 44)
❊ Changing octaves. (Octave ➝ Page 26)
Hold an LED button and …
Low
The flashing will expand.
High
Pitch
Sound/light (changing).
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Performance Modes
Solo Mode
Solo Mode
The Solo Mode is assigned to layer 16.
Solo Mode Operation
Press an LED button and the corresponding note will repeat until the button is released. The
LEDs in a column in which an LED button is pressed will flash upwards.
In the solo mode the pitches are arranged horizontally, like a piano. The vertical axis sets the
interval between repeats: you can change the interval between repeats easily by pressing or
sliding your finger to a lower (longer) or higher (shorter) LED button in the column.
If a sustained voice is used the note will sound for as long as the button is held.
[Reference]
❊ The note length (gate time) can be changed as required. (Sound Length ➝ Page 25, 52)
❊ The interval between repeats can be adjusted by changing the loop speed. The repeat interval of the top row
of LED buttons is 1/2 the loop speed, and the interval doubles for each row down the matrix. (Loop Speed ➝
Page 29, 51. Master Loop Speed ➝ Page 45).
The factory default scale for the horizontal axis is an ionian scale, corresponding to the white
keys on a piano, with the lowest pitch on the left and the highest on the right.
[Reference]
❊ Selecting a scale other than the ionian scale. (Master Scale ➝ Page 44)
❊ Changing octaves. (Octave ➝ Page 26)
❊ Note timing in the Solo Mode will be synchronized to the Score Mode. (Quantize ➝ Page 60)
Note Repeat Timing
Short
Left
Repeat
Interval
Right
Long
Low
High
Pitch
Time
If you press the lowest LED button in a column the note will
sound only once.
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Parameter Settings
Performance Modes
Solo Mode
Parameter Settings
The TENORI-ON provides the following two methods for setting parameters such as voice
and tempo.
■ The
Function Buttons (➝ Page 23)
The function buttons are used in conjunction with the LED buttons to provide fast, easy
access to functions such as voice switching, layer switching, block switching, and more.
Visual feedback from the LED button matrix makes settings intuitive and easy.
■ The
Jog Dial and Menu (➝ Page 36)
Detailed parameters, file save and load functions, song recording and other "deep" functions
can be accessed via the jog dial and menu. "Customization" functions such as long-press
time for the LED buttons can also be accessed and adjusted in this way.
● Settings available via the function buttons ([L1] — [L5], [R1] — [R5]) also appear on the LCD display during
adjustment. At this time you can also use the jog dial for finer adjustment.
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Function Buttons
Solo Mode
Setting Parameters with the Function Buttons
Settings can be made by holding one of the ten function buttons located on either side of the
TENORI-ON ([L1] — [L5], [R1] — [R5]) and operating the LED buttons.
When a function button is pressed the current setting for that button will appear on the LED
button matrix, and the setting can be changed by pressing the appropriate LED button(s).
Settings available via the function buttons also appear on the LCD display during
adjustment. At this time you can also use the jog dial for finer adjustment.
LED Buttons
Function Buttons
Function Buttons
[L1]
[R1]
[L2]
[R2]
[L3]
[R3]
[L4]
[R4]
[L5]
[R5]
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ç01/01:SoftBeep
√00:00:00
≥
LCD Display
Jog Dial
The settings available via the function buttons are as follows:
Button
Function
Description
Page
[L1]
Instrument
Selects the voice for the current layer.
24
[L2]
Sound Length
Sets the gate time (note length) for all active notes in the current layer.
25
[L3]
Octave
Sets the octave for all active notes in the current layer.
26
Loop Point (Score
Mode)
Sets the loop range when a Score Mode layer is selected.
27
Rotation (Random
Mode)
Sets the direction and speed of rotation for active note shapes in the Random
Mode.
28
[L5]
Loop Speed
Sets the beat length (the speed of the loop indicator) for Score Mode layers
only.
29
[R1]
Layer No.
Switches layers.
30
[R2]
Master Tempo
Sets the tempo for all layers and blocks.
31
[R3]
Master Transpose
Sets transposition for all layers and blocks.
32
[R4]
Volume
Sets the volume for each layer (common to all blocks).
33
[R5]
Block No.
Switches blocks. Also used for layer and block copy.
34
[L4]
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Setting Parameters with the Function Buttons
[L1] Instrument
[L1] Instrument
Selects the voice for the current layer.
When you press and hold the [L1] button vertical and horizontal lines will light on the matrix,
and the button at their intersection corresponds to the currently selected voice. If you press a
different LED button while these crossed lines are showing the intersection will move to that
button and the corresponding voice will be selected.
Refer to the Voice List on Page 119 for a complete list of voice numbers and names.
Voice numbers <01/16>, <02/16>, and <03/16> are user voices.
● When a user voice is selected from a preset voice, the Sound Length (➝ Page 52) will be set to 1000 (msec).
Conversely, when a preset voice is selected from a user voice the sound length for all other voices will be set
to 100 (msec).
● Changes will not be applied to notes that are already playing in the Push or Solo modes, or currently playing
notes if a long Sound length has been specified.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . Vertical axis: 01 — 16. Horizontal axis: 01 — 16
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . Different for each layer
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
09
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
01
The intersection of the crossed lines is the current voice number
(in this example: <06/10>).
Instrument
Layer[01]
01/01:Photon
Voice Number
∞
Current Layer Number
Voice Name
[Reference]
❊ Layer menu/Instrument (➝ Page 49), Voice List (➝ Page 119)
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[L2] Sound Length
[L2] Sound Length
Sets the note length (gate time) for all active notes in the current layer.
While holding the [L2] button slide your finger horizontally over the matrix to move the lit
vertical line to the desired setting, or simply press an LED button at the appropriate column.
Moving the line to the right increases the note length.
The LED buttons adjust the Sound Length in the increments listed below. You can also use
the jog dial for finer adjustment in +/-10 millisecond increments.
● Depending on the voice used, setting a shorter Sound Length may have no effect, or changing the Sound
Length may result in inconsistent sound. Also, the maximum length of user voices is 0.97 seconds, and
setting a longer Sound length will have no effect.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 msec — 9990 msec
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . 100 msec (all layers)
10-50
60-100
110-200
210-300
310-400
410-500
510-600
610-800
810-1000
1010-2000
2010-3000
3010-4000
4010-5000
5010-6000
6010-8000
8010-9990
50
100
200
300
400
500
600
800
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
8000
9990
Values selected via the LED buttons.
Matrix display related to settings made via the jog dial.
Sound Length
Layer[01]
100msec
∞
Current Layer Number
Gate Time
[Reference]
❊ Layer menu/Sound Length (➝ Page 52)
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[L3] Octave
[L3] Octave
Sets the octave for all active notes in the current layer.
While holding the [L3] button slide your finger vertically over the matrix to move the lit
horizontal line to the desired octave, or simply press an LED button in the appropriate row.
The eighth row from the bottom produces no octave shift (a "0" setting). Each row above that
shifts the pitch up by the corresponding number of octaves up to "+5", while each row below
that lowers the pitch by the corresponding number of octaves down to "-5". Pressing an LED
button outside the maximum octave shift range of -5 — +5 has no effect.
● Changes will not be applied to notes that are already playing in the Push or Solo modes, or currently playing
notes if a long Sound length has been specified.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . -5 — +5 octaves
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . 0 (all layers)
+5
+4
+3
+2
+1
0
-1
-2
-3
-4
-5
Octave
Layer[01]
1
∞
Current Layer Number
Octave Shift
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[L4] Score Mode Loop Point
[L4] Score Mode Loop Point
Sets the loop playback range for the current Score Mode layer.
While holding the [L4] button slide your finger horizontally over upper half of the matrix to
move the loop TOP point indicator to the desired point, and slide your finger horizontally over
lower half of the matrix to move the loop END point indicator to the desired point, as
required. Once the start and end points are set you can use the jog dial to move the entire
range to the left or right while maintaining the set distance between the start and end points.
● The END point cannot be moved to a position before (to the left of) the TOP point. The END point can be
moved to the same location as the TOP point, which will produce a 1-beat loop.
● The loop points for all Score Mode layers can be set to the same points simultaneously via the Master Loop
Point (all layers) setting in the Play menu.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . TOP = 1 — 16, END = 1 — 16
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . TOP = 1, END = 16
END Point
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
TOP Point
Loop Point
∞
Layer[01]
TOP: 5 / END:15
TOP Point
Current Layer Number
END Point
[Reference]
❊ Play menu/Master Loop Point (➝ Page 46)
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Setting Parameters with the Function Buttons
[L4] Random Mode Rotation
[L4] Random Mode Rotation
When a Random Mode layer is selected you can spin loop-shapes by holding the [L4] button
and running a finger around the matrix in the direction and at the speed of the desired spin.
● Rotation direction and speed settings apply to the same layer in all blocks.
● To stop rotation, press and hold the LED button, or press the same LED button twice while holding the [L4]
button. Pressing the [CLEAR] button clears only the active notes, leaving the rotation data active unless
rotation has been stopped.
● Individual notes cannot be entered or cleared by pressing their LED buttons during rotation.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . The speed at which the LED buttons are stroked is detected, and the nearest rotation
speed* is automatically selected from the eight listed below.
4 beats (384 clocks),
3 beats (288 clocks),
2 beats (182 clocks),
1 beat (96 clocks),
3/4 beat (72 clocks),
1/2 beat (48 clocks),
1/4 beat (24 clocks),
1/8 beat (12 clocks)
* Rotation speed: Each complete rotation consists of 32 steps, and thus each step covers
an angle of 11.25°. Rotation speed is specified as the number of beats between steps.
[Reference]
❊ The length of each beat can be adjusted via the Loop Speed parameter (Loop Speed ➝ Page 29, 51. Master
Loop Speed ➝ Page 45).
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . none
Rotation
∞
Layer[08] [Random]
Current Layer Number
[Reference]
❊ Random Mode (➝ Page 17)
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Setting Parameters with the Function Buttons
[L5] Loop Speed
[L5] Loop Speed
Sets the loop playback speed (the duration of the beats).
When the [L5] buttons is pressed the LED button column corresponding to the current
setting will light. Four settings are available, set via the leftmost four columns on the matrix:
quarter notes, eighth notes, sixteenth notes, and thirty-second notes.
While holding the [L5] button press a button in the corresponding column. LED buttons in
other columns have no effect.
● Not available in the Push Mode.
● This setting will be changed if the Master Loop Speed (all layers) parameter in the Play menu is changed.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 (quarter note), 2 (eighth note), 4 (sixteenth note), 8 (thirty-second note)
1
2
4
8
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . 4 (The layer 14 default is 8)
Loop Speed
Layer[01]
4
∞
Current Layer Number
Loop Speed
[Reference]
❊ Play menu/Master Loop Speed (➝ Page 45), Layer menu/Loop Speed (➝ Page 51)
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Setting Parameters with the Function Buttons
[R1] Layer No.
[R1] Layer No.
Switches to a different layer.
When the [R1] button is pressed the LED button row corresponding to the currently selected
layer will light. The lowest row corresponds to layer 1 and the highest row corresponds to
layer 16.
While holding the [R1] button slide your finger vertically over the matrix or simply press an
LED button in the appropriate row to select the desired layer.
The selected layer number will also appear in the LCD display, along with the layer mode.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 — 16
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Layer Number
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
09
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
01
Layer No.
01-Score
∞
Mode Name
Layer Number
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Setting Parameters with the Function Buttons
[R2] Master Tempo
[R2] Master Tempo
Sets the playback tempo for all layers and all blocks.
When the [R2] button is pressed the LED button column corresponding to the current tempo
setting will light. While holding the [R2] button slide your finger horizontally over the matrix or
simply press an LED button in the appropriate column to select the desired tempo setting.
Moving the line to the right produces faster tempos.
The LED buttons adjust the tempo in the increments listed below. You can also use the jog
dial for finer adjustment.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 — 240 (50 — 200 via the LED buttons)
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . 75
40-50
51-60
61-70
71-80
81-90
91-100
101-110
111-120
121-130
131-140
141-150
151-160
161-170
171-180
181-190
191-240
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
130
140
150
160
170
180
190
200
Values selected via the LED buttons.
Matrix display related to settings made via the jog dial.
Master Tempo
∞
BPM: 75
[Reference]
❊ Play menu/Master Tempo (➝ Page 43)
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Setting Parameters with the Function Buttons
[R3] Master Transpose
[R3] Master Transpose
Adjusts the playback pitch in semitone increments for all layers and all blocks.
When the [R3] button is pressed the LED button row corresponding to the currently selected
transpose value will light. While holding the [R3] button slide your finger vertically over the
matrix or simply press an LED button in the appropriate row to select the desired degree of
transposition.
The eighth row from the bottom produces no transposition (a "0" setting). Each row above
that shifts the pitch up by the corresponding number of semitones up to "+8", while each row
below that lowers the pitch by the corresponding number of semitones down to "-7".
● Changes will not be applied to notes that are already playing in the Push or Solo modes, or currently playing
notes if a long Sound length has been specified.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . -7 — +8 (semitone increments)
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . 0
+8
+7
+6
+5
+4
+3
+2
+1
0
-1
-2
-3
-4
-5
-6
-7
Master Transpose
∞
+1
[Reference]
❊ Play menu/Master Transpose (➝ Page 45)
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Function Buttons
[R4] Volume
[R4] Volume
Layer Volume
Allows the volume of each layer to be adjusted as required (layer volume common to all
blocks).
When the [R4] button is pressed the current volume settings for all 16 layers are displayed
on the LED button matrix. Each row of LED buttons corresponds to layer, beginning with
layer 01 at the bottom row.
While holding the [R4] button slide your finger horizontally over the row corresponding to the
layer you want to adjust to set the volume as required. Moving a setting to the right increases
the volume of the corresponding layer.
Master Volume
You can also use the jog dial while holding the [R4] button to set the master volume level (all
layers). The master volume value appears on the LCD display only.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . Layer volume: 0 — 127
Master volume: 0 — 127
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . Layer volume: 96 (all layers)
Master volume: 96
0
10
20
30
40
48
56
64
72
80
88
96
104
112
120
127
The volume value set via the LED buttons.
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
09
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
01
Layer Number
Current Layer Number
Volume
Layer[01]
Master
:
:
96
96
∞
Current Layer Volume
Master Volume
● To adjusts the instrument's basic volume level, refer to Hardware Volume (➝ Page 43).
[Reference]
❊ Layer menu/Volume (➝ Page 50)
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Function Buttons
[R5] Block Number
[R5] Block Number
Switches to a different block.
When the [R5] button is pressed the LED button column corresponding to the currently
selected bock will light. The leftmost column corresponds to block 1 and the rightmost
column corresponds to block 16.
While holding the [R5] button slide your finger horizontally over the matrix or simply press an
LED button in the appropriate column to select the desired block.
● When switching blocks while in the Push Mode the active notes will be retriggered (i.e. they will play from the
beginning again).
● When switching blocks while in the Random Mode, Bounce Mode, the loop point will return to the beginning
of the loop in either of the cases listed below:
• The block that is switched to is not operating in one of the three modes listed above.
• The block that is switched to includes one or more notes in different positions from the current block.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 — 16
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Block Number
Block No.
Layer[01]
01
∞
Current Layer Number
Current Block Number
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Function Buttons
[R5] Block Number
Using the [R5] Button to Copy Layers
By holding the [R5] button and performing the operations described below you can copy
either a single layer or all layers from the current block to another block.
1. If the current block is not the block containing the layers you want to copy, hold the
[R5] button and press the LED button corresponding to the desired "source" Block (the
LEDs in that column will light dimly).
2. If you repeatedly press the lowest LED button in the lit column while holding the [R5]
button, the LED buttons in the lit column will switch between three levels of brightness
in the following sequence: dim ➝ medium ➝ bright ➝ dim. The functions
corresponding to each brightness level are: dim = block move, medium = copy 1 layer,
bright = copy all layers. The procedures to copy 1 or all layers are described below.
To Copy a Single Layer
While holding the [R5] button while the LED buttons are lit dimly, press the lowest LED
button in the lit column once so that the LED buttons shine at medium brightness, and
then press an LED button in column corresponding to the block you want to copy to.
The current layer from the source block will be copied to the same layer in the
destination block. Release the [R5] button.
To Copy All Layers
While holding the [R5] button while the LED buttons are lit dimly, press the lowest LED
button in the lit column twice so that the LED buttons shine at maximum brightness,
and then press an LED button in column corresponding to the block you want to copy
to. All layers from the source block will be copied to the destination block. Release the
[R5] button.
When the copy operation is complete the destination block will be selected and the
LED buttons will automatically return to their minimum brightness level.
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
Basic Operation
Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
In addition to using the function buttons described in the preceding section, parameters can
be accessed by using the jog dial and menus shown on the LCD display, and edited by
using the jog dial or LED buttons.
Basic Operation
1
When the power is turned on the status display will appear on the LCD following the
initial startup display.
Startup Display
ÅÍÎÏ ∞
TOSHIO IWAI & YAMAHA
Ver x.xx
Status Display
ÅÍÎÏ ∞
≈01-Score Ω01
ç01/01:Photon
√10:08:31
≥
2
If you rotate the jog dial while the status information is showing the Main Menu will
appear.
Main Menu
[Main menu]
∞
1 Play menu
2 Layer menu
The currently selected item is highlighted on the display.
The Main Menu includes the following nine items:
No.
Menu
Description
Page
1
Play menu
Parameters common to all layers and blocks.
42
2
Layer menu
Parameters that can be set individually for each layer.
48
3
Edit menu
Copy, clear, reset, and other editing commands.
54
4
Preference menu
Initial settings for the entire instrument.
59
5
File menu
Data file save and load.
62
6
Effect menu
Reverb and chorus effect settings.
99
7
Interior menu
Non-performance operations (clock, song playback).
101
8
System menu
Factory reset, SD Memory Card format, and others.
106
9
Recording menu
Song record and save.
109
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Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
3
Basic Operation
Rotate the jog dial to select the desired menu item, and then press the [OK] button to go
to the related submenu.
[Main menu]
∞
1 Play menu
2 Layer menu
The Play Menu Submenu
[Play menu]
∞
Hardware Volume
Master Tempo
4
Select a parameter from the submenu and press the [OK] button to go to the related
parameter edit display.
[Play menu]
∞
Hardware Volume
Master Tempo
Hardware Volume Parameter Display
Hardware Volume
∞
96
● The File menu submenu contains a further layer of operations from which the desired operation must
be selected. See "File menu" on Page 62 for details.
5
In the parameter edit display the current parameter value will be highlighted ready for
editing. Use the jog dial to edit the parameter as required. Some parameters can be set
via the LED buttons.
Hardware Volume
∞
120
Parameter Value
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Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
6
Basic Operation
Press the [OK] button to apply the edit and return to the previous menu layer.
Press the [CANCEL] button to return to the previous menu layer without making any
changes.
● If a parameter edit display includes multiple parameters, pressing the [OK] button after editing one
parameter will apply that edit and highlight the next parameter in the display.
7
Animation
Layer[01]
Type:Circle
Size:4 Expand
∞
Animation
Layer[01]
Type:Circle
Size: 4 Expand
∞
Use the [CANCEL] button to navigate upward through the menu layers.
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
Data Storage and Initialization
Data Storage and Initialization
Data that is Erased When the Power is Turned Off
■
All block set
All active notes and settings for all layers and blocks are not retained in memory when the
power is turned off, so if you want to keep any active notes data you have created you will
need to use the Save All Blocks function described on Page 69 to save it to an SD Memory
Card.
■
Data Listed as "Save as Default" in the "Backup" Column of the Chart Below
These items are not retained in memory when the power is turned off, but can be saved to
the internal flash ROM as the default settings by using the Save As Default function
described on Page 106. Settings saved in this way become the power-on default settings.
Items listed as "Automatic Backup" in the "Backup" column of the chart are automatically
saved as the power-on default settings whenever a change is made.
Initialization
The entire system can be restored to the factory default settings by using the Factory Reset
function described on Page 108. To reset all active notes and settings for all layers and
blocks, use the Reset All Blocks function described on Page 58.
All data will be erased when the Factory Reset function is executed. Be sure to save any data you want
to keep to an SD Memory Card beforehand.
All layer and block data will be erased when the Reset All Blocks function is executed. Be sure to save
any data you want to keep to an SD Memory Card beforehand.
Menu Settings
Parameter
Play Menu
Backup
Hardware Volume
Automatic Backup
Master Tempo
Save As Default
Master Transpose
TOP
Mute
lonian
0
Cannot be backed up.
But since this setting is
related to the Layer menu
Loop Speed parameter, it
can be saved as the default
layer setting by using the
Save As Default function.
Master Loop Speed
Reset Loop Timing
96
75
Master Scale
Master Loop Point
Factory Default
END
Cannot be backed up.
But since this setting is
related to the Loop Point
settings accessed via the
function buttons, it can be
saved as the default layer
setting by using the Save As
Default function.
4
1
16
Cannot be backed up.
OK
Save As Default
OFF
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
Parameter
Backup
Layer Menu
Instrument
Data Storage and Initialization
Factory Default
Layer 1
01/01
Layer 2
02/15
Layer 3
03/01
Layer 4
04/08
Layer 5
05/03
Layer 6
06/10
Layer 7
07/10
Layer 8
08/05
Layer 9
09/01
Layer 10
10/13
Layer 11
11/12
Layer 12
12/01
Layer 13
13/01
Layer 14
14/04
Layer 15
15/02
Layer 16
16/02
Volume
Layer 1 — 16
96
Loop Speed
Layer 1 — 16
4 (The layer 14 default is 8)
Sound Length
Layer 1 — 16
100
Panpot
Layer 1 — 16
CENTER
Type Layer 1
Circle
Size Layer 1
3
Expand/Shrink Layer 1
Expand
Type Layer 2
Square
Size Layer 2
3
Expand/Shrink Layer 2
Expand
Type Layer 3
Diamond
Size Layer 3
4
Expand/Shrink Layer 3
Type Layer 4
Size Layer 4
Animation
Shrink
Save As Default
Cross
3
Expand/Shrink Layer 4
Expand
Type Layer 5
Plus
Size Layer 5
3
Expand/Shrink Layer 5
Expand
Type Layer 6
Circle
Size Layer 6
4
Expand/Shrink Layer 6
Shrink
Type Layer 7
Diamond
Size Layer 7
5
Expand/Shrink Layer 7
Expand
Type Layer 8
Circle
Size Layer 8
4
Expand/Shrink Layer 8
Expand
Type Layer 9
Square
Size Layer 9
3
Expand/Shrink Layer 9
Shrink
Type Layer 10
Diamond
Size Layer 10
4
Expand/Shrink Layer 10
Expand
Type Layer 11
Plus
Size Layer 11
6
Expand/Shrink Layer 11
Shrink
Type Layer 12
Circle
Size Layer 12
5
Expand/Shrink Layer 12
Expand
Type Layer 13
Square
Size Layer 13
4
Expand/Shrink Layer 13
Expand
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
Parameter
Backup
Layer Menu
Expand/Shrink Layer 14
Animation
Circle
Size Layer 15
3→4→5
Save As Default
Preference Menu
Vertical Line
Size Layer 16
1
–
None
–
ON
Push Sensitivity
120
Automatic Backup
Local Control
Synchronize
File Menu
0
ON
MASTER
Loop Indicator
ON
–
–
Reverb Type
–
HALL1
Reverb Param
Automatic Backup
Chorus Type
Chorus Param
Interior Menu
–
Quantize
Master Tuning
Effect Menu
Expand/Shrink
Type Layer 16
Expand/Shrink Layer 16
Edit Menu
Factory Default
None
Type Layer 15
Expand/Shrink Layer 15
Function Button Settings
40
NO EFFECT
0
Interior START
–
–
Interior Type
Song (DEMO)
Saver Type
Interior
Saver Time
10
Time Signal On/Off
Automatic Backup
Alarm On/Off
Set Alarm
Hour
0
Minute
Save As Time Signal
None
Save As Alarm
Clock Adjust
Day
Hour
–
07
Year
Month
OFF
Automatic Backup
(When the clock battery is
depleted the clock will be
reset to "07/01/01 00:00:00")
Minute
01
0
Second
System Menu
Save As Default
SD Format
Owner Name
–
–
Automatic Backup
“No Name”
–
–
Backup
Factory Default
Version Check
Factory Reset
Recording Menu
–
Function Button Settings
Parameter
Common
Layer
Layer No
1
Block No
1
Master Volume
96
Octave
Loop Point
Layer 1 — 16
Save As Default
0
TOP Layer 1 — 16
1
END Layer 1 — 16
16
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ Play Menu
■ Play Menu
The Play menu provides access to performance parameters that apply all layers and all
blocks.
The Play menu submenu includes the following 8 items.
1.
Hardware Volume
Page 43
2.
Master Tempo
Page 43
3.
Master Scale
Page 44
4.
Master Transpose
Page 45
5.
Master Loop Speed
Page 45
6.
Master Loop Point
Page 46
7.
Reset Loop Timing
Page 46
8.
Mute
Page 47
Use the jog dial to highlight a submenu item, then press the [OK] button to go to the
corresponding parameter edit display.
[Play menu]
Hardware Volume
Master Tempo
Master Scale
∞
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ Play Menu
1. Hardware Volume
Hardware Volume
∞
96
Sets the hardware volume.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 — 127
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . 96
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . No display
[Reference]
❊ Layer menu/Volume (➝ Page 50)
2. Master Tempo
Master Tempo
∞
BPM: 75
Sets the master tempo for all layers and blocks.
This display also appears when the [R2] button is pressed.
The LED buttons can be used to make adjustments in the increments shown below, while the
jog dial can be used for fine adjustment.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 — 240
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . 75
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . Values are displayed on the LED button matrix as illustrated below. Adjustments can be
made via the LED buttons from 50 to 200 in 10-step increments.
40-50
51-60
61-70
71-80
81-90
91-100
101-110
111-120
121-130
131-140
141-150
151-160
161-170
171-180
181-190
191-240
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
130
140
150
160
170
180
190
200
Tempo settings available via the LED buttons.
LED button matrix display in relation to tempo settings made via the jog dial.
[Reference]
❊ Function Button [R2] (➝ Page 31)
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ Play Menu
3. Master Scale
Master Scale
∞
Ionian
Sets the master scale for all layers and blocks.
● Changes will not be applied to notes that are already playing in the Push or Solo modes, or currently playing
notes if a long Sound length has been specified.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . Ionian, Dorian, Phrygian, Lydian, Mixolydian, Aeolian, Locrian, Chromatic, OKINAWA
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . Ionian
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . No display
Note Assignments for Each Scale
Octave = 0, Transpose = 0, Center Note = C3
Ionian
D5 (86)
C5 (84)
B4 (83)
A4 (81)
G4 (79)
F4 (77)
E4 (76)
D4 (74)
C4 (72)
B3 (71)
A3 (69)
G3 (67)
F3 (65)
E3 (64)
D3 (62)
C3 (60)
Dorian
D5 (86)
C5 (84)
B 4 (82)
A4 (81)
G4 (79)
F4 (77)
E 4 (75)
D4 (74)
C4 (72)
B 3 (70)
A3 (69)
G3 (67)
F3 (65)
E 3 (63)
D3 (62)
C3 (60)
Phrygian
D 5 (85)
C5 (84)
B 4 (83)
A 4 (80)
G4 (79)
F4 (77)
E 4 (75)
D 4 (73)
C4 (72)
B 3 (70)
A 3 (68)
G3 (67)
F3 (65)
E 3 (63)
D 3 (61)
C3 (60)
C D
D E
F G A
G A B
C D E
Lydian
D5 (86)
C5 (84)
B4 (83)
A4 (81)
G4 (79)
F 4 (78)
E4 (76)
D4 (74)
C4 (72)
B3 (71)
A3 (69)
G3 (67)
F 3 (66)
E3 (64)
D3 (62)
C3 (60)
Mixolydian
D5 (86)
C5 (84)
B 4 (82)
A4 (81)
G4 (79)
F4 (77)
E4 (76)
D4 (74)
C4 (72)
B 3 (70)
A3 (69)
G3 (67)
F3 (65)
E3 (64)
D3 (62)
C3 (60)
Aeolian
D5 (86)
C5 (84)
B 4 (82)
A 4 (80)
G4 (79)
F4 (77)
E 4 (75)
D4 (74)
C4 (72)
B 3 (70)
A 3 (68)
G3 (67)
F3 (65)
E 3 (63)
D3 (62)
C3 (60)
Locrian
D 5 (85)
C5 (84)
B 4 (82)
A 4 (80)
G 4 (78)
F4 (77)
E 4 (75)
D 4 (73)
C4 (72)
B 3 (70)
A 3 (68)
G 3 (66)
F3 (65)
E 3 (63)
D 3 (61)
C3 (60)
Chromatic
D 4/E 4 (75)
D4 (74)
C 4/D 4 (73)
C4 (72)
B3 (71)
A 3/B 3 (70)
A3 (69)
G 3/A 3 (68)
G3 (67)
F 3/G 3 (66)
F3 (65)
E3 (64)
D 3/E 3
D3 (62)
C 3/D 3 (61)
C3 (60)
OKINAWA
C6 (96)
B5 (95)
G5 (91)
F5 (89)
E5 (88)
C5 (84)
B4 (83)
G4 (79)
F4 (77)
E4 (76)
C4 (72)
B3 (71)
G3 (67)
F3 (65)
E3 (64)
C3 (60)
16
01
F G A B C
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ Play Menu
4. Master Transpose
Master Transpose
∞
+1
Sets transposition for all layers and blocks.
This display also appears when the [R3] button is pressed.
● Changes will not be applied to notes that are already playing in the Push or Solo modes, or currently playing
notes if a long Sound length has been specified.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . -7 — +8 (semitone increments)
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . 0
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . Values are displayed on the LED button matrix as illustrated below. Adjustments can be
made via the LED buttons.
+8
+7
+6
+5
+4
+3
+2
+1
0
-1
-2
-3
-4
-5
-6
-7
The eighth row from the bottom produces no transposition (a "0" setting). Each row above that
shifts the pitch up by the corresponding number of semitones up to "+8", while each row below
that lowers the pitch by the corresponding number of semitones down to "-7".
[Reference]
❊ Function Button [R3] (➝ Page 32)
5. Master Loop Speed
Master Loop Speed ∞
4
Sets the loop speed (the length of each beat) for all layers and blocks.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 (quarter note), 2 (eighth note), 4 (sixteenth note), 8 (thirty-second note)
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . 4
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . No display
[Reference]
❊ Layer menu/Loop Speed (➝ Page 51)
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ Play Menu
6. Master Loop Point
Master Loop Point ∞
TOP: 5 / END:15
TOP Position
END Position
Sets the loop points (TOP and END) for all layers and blocks.
The loop includes the TOP and END points.
The TOP and END points are set via the LED buttons, and the jog dial moves the entire loop
range backward or forward.
● The END point cannot be moved to a position before (to the left of) the TOP point. The END point can be
moved to the same location as the TOP point, which will produce a 1-beat loop.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . TOP = 1 — 16, END = 1 — 16
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . TOP = 1, END = 16
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . The TOP point is indicated by a lit half-column on the upper half of the matrix, and the END
point is indicated by a lit half-column on the lower half of the matrix, as shown below. The
TOP and END points are set via the LED buttons.
END Point
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
TOP Point
[Reference]
❊ Function Button [L4] (➝ Page 27)
7. Reset Loop Timing
Reset Loop Timing ∞
OK
Resets the current playback position to the TOP of the loop for all layers and blocks.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . OK, CANCEL
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . OK
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . No display
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ Play Menu
8. Mute
Mute
∞
OFF
All sound output is muted when this function is turned ON.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . ON, OFF
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . No display
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ Layer Menu
■ Layer Menu
The Layer menu provides access to parameters that apply to individual layers.
The currently selected layer will be affected by the Layer menu parameters.
The Layer menu submenu includes the following 6 items.
1.
Instrument
Page 49
2.
Volume
Page 50
3.
Loop Speed
Page 51
4.
Sound Length
Page 52
5.
Panpot
Page 53
6.
Animation
Page 53
Use the jog dial to highlight a submenu item, then press the [OK] button to go to the
corresponding parameter edit display.
[Layer menu]
Instrument
Volume
Loop Speed
∞
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ Layer Menu
1. Instrument
Instrument
Layer[01]
01/01:Photon
Voice Number
∞
Current Layer Number
Voice Name
Selects the voice that will be played in the current layer.
This display also appears when the [R1] button is pressed.
Refer to the Voice List on Page 119 for a complete list of voice numbers and names.
Voice numbers <01/16>, <02/16>, and <03/16> are user voices.
● When a user voice is selected from a preset voice, the Sound Length (➝ Page 52) will be set to 1000 (msec).
Conversely, when a preset voice is selected from a user voice the sound length for all other voices will be set
to 100 (msec).
● Changes will not be applied to notes that are already playing in the Push or Solo modes, or currently playing
notes if a long Sound length has been specified.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . Vertical axis: 01 — 16
Horizontal axis: 01 — 16
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . Different for each layer
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . The current voice is indicated by the intersection of the lit row and column. The LED buttons
can be used to select a different voice.
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
09
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
01
The intersection of the crossed lines is the current voice number
(in this example: "06/10").
[Reference]
❊ Function Button [L1] (➝ Page 24), Voice List (➝ Page 119)
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ Layer Menu
2. Volume
Volume
Layer[01]
96
∞
Current Layer Number
Volume
Sets the volume of individual layers (layer volume common to all blocks).
LED button matrix display and operation are the same as for the [R4] button.
The LED buttons can be used to set the volume of all 16 layers.
The LED buttons adjust the volume in the increments shown below, while the jog dial can be
used for fine adjustment.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 — 127
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . 96 (all layers)
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . Each row of LED buttons corresponds to a layer, while the horizontal axis corresponds to
volume level (refer to the illustration below). The LED buttons can be used to adjust the
volume of the corresponding layer.
0
10
20
30
40
48
56
64
72
80
88
96
104
112
120
127
The volume value set via the LED buttons.
Layer Number
0
1-10
11-20
21-30
31-40
41-48
49-56
57-64
65-72
73-80
81-88
89-96
97-104
105-112
113-120
121-127
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
09
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
01
LED button matrix display in relation to layer volume settings made via the jog dial.
[Reference]
❊ Function Button [R4] (➝ Page 33)
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ Layer Menu
3. Loop Speed
Loop Speed
Layer[01]
4
∞
Current Layer Number
Loop Speed
Sets the loop playback speed (the duration of the beats).
This display also appears when the [L5] button is pressed.
● This setting will be changed if the Master Loop Speed (all layers) parameter in the Play menu is changed.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 (quarter note), 2 (eighth note), 4 (sixteenth note), 8 (thirty-second note)
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . 4 (The layer 14 default is 8)
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . The leftmost four columns on the matrix correspond to the available settings: quarter notes,
1
2
4
8
eighth notes, sixteenth notes, and thirty-second notes.
Press an LED button in one of these columns to make the corresponding setting.
LED buttons in other columns have no effect.
Settings are indicated by a lit column.
[Reference]
❊ Play menu/Master Loop Speed (➝ Page 45), Function Button [L5] (➝ Page 29)
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ Layer Menu
4. Sound Length
Sound Length
Layer[01]
100msec
∞
Current Layer Number
Gate Time
Sets the note length (gate time).
This setting applies to all active notes in the current layer.
The LED buttons adjust the Sound Length in the increments listed below. You can also use
the jog dial for finer adjustment in +/-10 millisecond increments.
This display also appears when the [L2] button is pressed.
● Depending on the voice used, setting a shorter Sound Length may have no effect, or changing the Sound
Length may result in inconsistent sound. Also, the maximum length of user voices is 0.97 seconds, and
setting a longer Sound length will have no effect.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 msec — 9990 msec
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . 100 msec (all layers)
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . The selected values are displayed as illustrated below. Settings can also be made via the
LED buttons.
10-50
60-100
110-200
210-300
310-400
410-500
510-600
610-800
810-1000
1010-2000
2010-3000
3010-4000
4010-5000
5010-6000
6010-8000
8010-9990
50
100
200
300
400
500
600
800
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
8000
9990
Values selected via the LED buttons.
Matrix display related to settings made via the jog dial.
[Reference]
❊ Function Button [L2] (➝ Page 25)
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ Layer Menu
5. Panpot
Panpot
Layer[01]
CENTER
∞
Current Layer Number
Panpot
Sets the stereo pan position for the current layer.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . L64 — L01, CENTER, R01 — R63
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . CENTER (all layers)
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . No display
6. Animation
Current Layer Number
Animation
Layer[01]
Type:Circle
Size:4 Expand
∞
Animation Type
Maximum Size
Expand/Shrink
Sets the type of light animation that accompanies active notes, including whether the
animation expands or shrinks, and the maximum animation size.
These settings apply to the current layer.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . Type:
Simple
Circle
Square
Diamond
Cross
Plus
Size: 1 — 22 (maximum expand or shrink size), Expand, Shrink
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . Different for each layer
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . No display
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ Edit Menu
■ Edit Menu
The Edit menu provides access to data editing functions such as copy, clear, and reset.
The Edit menu submenu includes the following 6 items.
1.
Copy this Block
Page 55
2.
Clear this Block
Page 55
3.
Copy this Layer
Page 56
4.
Clear this Layer
Page 57
5.
Clear All Blocks
Page 57
6.
Reset All Blocks
Page 58
Use the jog dial to highlight a submenu item, then press the [OK] button to go to the
corresponding parameter edit display.
[Edit menu]
∞
Copy this Block
Clesr this Block
Copy this Layer
The Undo Function
When you press the [OK] button to execute a copy, clear, or reset function from the Edit
menu, the "UNDO" display shown below will appear after the copy, clear, or reset function
has been completed. To undo the function just executed press the [OK] button, or to
continue without undoing the function press an LED button or the [CANCEL] or [CLEAR]
button.
∞
UNDO?
● The UNDO display will time-out after 15 seconds if no operation is performed in that time.
● The Undo display will not appear when the [CLEAR] button is pressed (short or long press) to clear all
active notes from the layer.
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ Edit Menu
1. Copy this Block
Copy this Block
Block[01]
Dest. Block: 02
∞
Current Block Number
(the copy source)
Copy Destination Block Number
Copy all active notes from all layers in the current block to a different block.
Specify the destination block number and then press the [OK] button.
Press the [CANCEL] button to cancel the copy operation.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 — 16
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . The copy destination block number is displayed as illustrated below.
The destination block number can also be set via the LED buttons.
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Copy Destination Block Number
2. Clear this Block
Clear this Block
Block[01]
OK
∞
Current Block Number
(the block to be cleared)
Clears all active notes from all layers in the current block.
Rotate the jog dial to display "OK" if it isn’t already showing, then press the [OK] button.
To cancel the clear operation either press the [CANCEL] button or rotate the jog dial to
display "CANCEL" and press the [OK] button.
● This function clears the active notes, but leaves Random Mode rotation data unaffected and active. The LED
buttons can not be used to enter notes while rotation is active. Refer to Rotation (➝ Page 28) for information
on stopping rotation.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . OK, CANCEL
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . OK
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . Animation displayed when clear executed
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ Edit Menu
3. Copy this Layer
Current Block Number
Current Layer Number (the copy source)
Copy this Layer
∞
Block[01] Layer[01]
Dest. Block: 02
Dest. Layer: 01
Copy Destination Block Number
Copy Destination Layer Number
Copies all active notes from the current layer in the current block to a layer in a different
block. This function will only work between layers that have the same performance mode.
Example: You can copy from layer 1 (Score Mode) to layer 7 (Score Mode), but from layer 1
(Score Mode) to layer 8 (Random Mode).
Use the LED buttons to select the copy destination block and layer numbers (you can also
use the jog dial to select the copy destination block).
When the destination block and layer have been selected, press the [OK] button to execute
the copy operation.
Press the [CANCEL] button to cancel the operation.
● If the copy source layer has a different performance mode from the destination layer, the "Mode different.
Can’t copy!" message will appear. Press either the [CANCEL] or [OK] button to return to the Edit menu.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . Destination Block: 1 — 16,
Destination Layer: 1 — 16
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . The currently selected block and layer
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . The columns correspond to block numbers and the rows correspond to layer numbers as
illustrated below. The intersection between the lit horizontal and vertical lines indicates the
destination block and layer numbers.
In this example the selected copy destination block 2, layer 7.
Copy Destination Layer Number
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
09
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
01
Copy Destination Block Number
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ Edit Menu
4. Clear this Layer
Current Block Number
Current Layer Number (the layer to be cleared)
Clear this Layer ∞
Block[01] Layer[01]
OK
Clears all active notes from the current block and layer. This produces the same result as
briefly pressing the [CLEAR] button.
Rotate the jog dial to display "OK" if it isn’t already showing, then press the [OK] button.
To cancel the clear operation either press the [CANCEL] button or rotate the jog dial to
display "CANCEL" and press the [OK] button.
● This function clears the active notes, but leaves Random Mode rotation data unaffected and active. The LED
buttons can not be used to enter notes while rotation is active. Refer to Rotation (➝ Page 28) for information
on stopping rotation.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . OK, CANCEL
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . OK
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . Animation displayed when clear executed
5. Clear All Blocks
Clear All Blocks
∞
OK
Clears all active notes from all blocks and layers. This produces the same result as pressing
the [CLEAR] button (long press).
Rotate the jog dial to display "OK" if it isn’t already showing, then press the [OK] button.
To cancel the clear operation either press the [CANCEL] button or rotate the jog dial to
display "CANCEL" and press the [OK] button.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . OK, CANCEL
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . OK
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . Animation displayed when clear executed
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ Edit Menu
6. Reset All Blocks
Reset All Blocks
∞
OK
Clears all active notes and initializes all settings for all blocks and layers.
Rotate the jog dial to display "OK" if it isn’t already showing, then press the [OK] button.
To cancel the clear operation either press the [CANCEL] button or rotate the jog dial to
display "CANCEL" and press the [OK] button.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . OK, CANCEL
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . OK
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . Animation displayed when reset executed
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ Preference Menu
■ Preference Menu
The Preference menu provides access to initial settings that apply to the entire instrument.
The Preference menu submenu includes the following 6 items.
1.
Quantize
Page 60
2.
Push Sensitivity
Page 60
3.
Master Tuning
Page 60
4.
Local Control
Page 61
5.
Synchronize
Page 61
6.
Loop Indicator
Page 61
Use the jog dial to highlight a submenu item, then press the [OK] button to go to the
corresponding parameter edit display.
[Preference menu] ∞
Quantize
Push Sensitivity
Master Tuning
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ Preference Menu
1. Quantize
Quantize
∞
ON
This setting applies to layer 16 (Solo Mode).
When ON the repeat timing of notes played in the Solo Mode is synchronized with playback
timing in the Score Mode (layers 1 — 7).
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . ON, OFF
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . ON
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . No display
2. Push Sensitivity
Push Sensitivity
∞
150msec
Sets the long-press time for the LED buttons.
The TENORI-ON recognizes a button press as a "long press" when the button is held for
longer than the specified Push Sensitivity setting.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 — 500 (milliseconds)
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . 120 (milliseconds)
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . No display
3. Master Tuning
Master Tuning
∞
0CENT
Master tuning for the internal MIDI tone generator and the user voices.
This parameter has no effect on the user voices (numbers <01/16,> <02/16,> and <03/16>).
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . -100 — +100 (cents)
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . 0 (cents)
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . No display
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ Preference Menu
4. Local Control
Local Control
∞
ON
Determines whether TENORI-ON performance input (data) controls the internal MIDI tone
generator (ON) or not (OFF).
When set to "OFF" no sound will be output from the TENORI-ON speakers or headphone
jack, but performance data will still be transmitted via the MIDI connector. Also, the LED
buttons will produce no sound when operated if this parameter is set to "OFF."
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . ON. OFF
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . ON
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . No display
5. Synchronize
Synchronize
∞
MASTER
Sets the master or slave status for multiple TENORI-ON units to be synchronized via a MIDI
connection. The "Master" TENORI-ON provides the clock for all "Slave" TENORI-ON units.
● A TENORI-ON set to the Slave mode will only function properly if correctly connected to the Master TENORI-
ON.
● For synchronized operation, make sure that the Master TENORI-ON is playing back at a tempo that is close to
the tempo at which the performance data for the Slave TENORI-ON was created. The Slave performance
may not be reproduced properly if there is too great a difference between the tempos.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . MASTER, SLAVE
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . MASTER
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . No display
6. Loop Indicator
Loop Indicator
∞
ON
Determines whether the loop indicator is visible (ON) or not (OFF) in the Score Mode.
This setting applies to all Score Mode layers (layers 1 — 7).
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . ON, OFF
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . ON
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . Loop indicator
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ File Menu
■ File Menu
The File menu provides access to functions that allow you to save data to an SD Memory
Card, load sample files, and more.
The File menu submenu includes the following 6 items.
1.
Song
Page 64
2.
All Blocks
Page 68
3.
Current Block
Page 73
4.
Current Layer
Page 78
5.
All Settings
Page 83
6.
Samplings
Page 88
Use the jog dial to highlight a submenu item, then press the [OK] button to go to the
corresponding parameter edit display.
[File menu]
Song
All Blocks
Current Block
∞
Each item in the File menu submenu has a further 3 — 5 functions that you will need to select
from.
After accessing a submenu, use the jog dial to highlight the desired function and then press
the [OK] button.
Function Name
Submenu Name
Song
∞
Operation: Load
File Name
Song: Load
0302E-SONG-01
0302E-SONG-02
0302G-SONG-01
∞
Refer to the Display Message List on Page 111 for information about error messages that
may be displayed during SD Memory Card access operations.
● The TENORI-ON can only display file names consisting of up to 16 ASCII characters, not including the file
extension. 2-byte characters cannot be displayed.
Files saved to an SD Memory Card are saved in a "TENORI-ON" folder that is automatically
created on the card. Up to 1,000 files can be stored in the TENORI-ON folder, or up to 256
files of each file-extension type.
Before using SD Memory Cards with the TENORI-ON, be sure to read “Handling SD™ Memory Cards”
on Page 63.
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ File Menu
Handling SD™ Memory Cards
*SD Memory Card is a registered trademark of the SD Card Association.
This instrument features a built-in SD Memory Card slot. It lets you save original data you’ve created on the
instrument to a SD Memory Card, and allows you to load data from a card to the instrument. Be sure to
handle SD Memory Cards with care. Follow the important precautions below.
Compatible SD Memory Card types
● SD Memory Cards with a capacity of two gigabytes or
less.
* Accessing includes saving, loading, formatting and
deleting. Also, be aware that the instrument will
automatically access the SD Memory Card to check
the media type when it is inserted while the instrument
is turned on.
NOTE:
• SD Memory Cards formatted on this device may or
may not be useable as is on other devices.
• This instrument is not compatible with SDIO and
SDHC cards.
Formatting SD Memory Cards
● If you find that you are unable to use new, blank SD
Memory Cards or cards that have been used with
other devices, you may need to format them. For
details on how to format a SD Memory Card, see
Page 107. Keep in mind that all data on the card will
be lost after formatting. Make sure to check
beforehand whether or not the card contains
important data.
NOTE:
• SD Memory Cards formatted on this device may or
may not be useable as is on other devices.
Inserting/removing SD Memory Cards
Inserting SD Memory Cards
● Insert the SD Memory Card with the terminal (goldplated) side face down into the card slot, until it clicks
into place.
Never attempt to remove the SD Memory
Card or turn the power off during
accessing. Doing so can damage the
data on the instrument or card and
possibly damage the SD Memory Card
itself.
About SD Memory Cards
Handle SD Memory Cards with care, and follow
these precautions:
● There are times when static electricity affects SD
Memory Card. Before you touch a SD Memory Card,
touch something metallic such as a door knob and
aluminum sash, to reduce the possibility of static
electricity.
● Be sure to remove the SD Memory Card from the SD
Card slot when it is not in use for a long time.
● Do not expose the SD Memory Card to direct sunlight,
extremely high or low temperatures, or excessive
humidity, dust or liquids.
● Do not place heavy objects on a SD Memory Card or
bend or apply pressure to the card in any way.
● Do not touch the gold-plated terminals of the SD
Memory Card or put any metallic plate onto the
terminals.
● Do not expose the SD Memory Card to magnetic
fields, such as those produced by televisions,
speakers, motors, etc., since magnetic fields can
partially or completely erase data on the SD Memory
Card, rendering it unreadable.
● Do not insert the SD Memory Cards in the wrong
direction.
● Do not insert anything other than a SD Memory Card
in the slot.
Removing SD Memory Cards
● After making sure that the instrument is not
accessing* the SD Memory Card, insert the card until
it clicks into place and release it. When the SD
Memory Card is ejected, pull it out of the drive. If the
card cannot be removed because it is stuck, do not
try to force it, but instead try re-inserting the card
completely into the slot and attempt to eject it again.
To protect your data (write-protect switch):
● SD Memory Cards are equipped with a write-protect
switch. To prevent accidental erasure of important
data saved in SD Memory Card, slide the write-protect
switch on the device to the "protect" position. When
saving data, make sure that the write-protect switch is
set to the "overwrite" position.
Data Backup
● For maximum data security, Yamaha recommends that
you keep two copies of important data on separate
SD Memory Cards. This gives you a backup if one
card is lost or damaged.
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Parameter Settings
Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ File Menu
1. Song
Provides access to song file operations.
"Song" files are files created by the TENORI-ON song recording function (➝ Page 109).
In addition to performance data (active notes and settings such as voice, tempo, etc.) for all
layers and blocks, all button and jog dial operations are recorded in real time. A recorded
Song file can then be loaded in into the TENORI-ON and played back, precisely reproducing
the entire performance as it occurred.
The following 3 Song file functions are provided:
Load Song
Page 64
Rename Song
Page 65
Delete Song
Page 67
● Load
Song
Loads a Song file that has been saved to an SD Memory Card into the TENORI-ON.
1
Insert the SD Memory Card containing the file you want to load into the TENORI-ON
card slot.
2
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to navigate to the Song function menu as follows:
"Main menu" ➝ "File menu" ➝ "Song"
Song
∞
Operation: Load
3
Use the jog dial to highlight the "Load" function, then press the [OK] button.
4
Song files on the card will appear as a list on the LCD display (with no file extension).
Use the jog dial to select the file you want to load.
Song: Load
0302E-SONG-01
0302E-SONG-02
0302G-SONG-01
∞
● Only files that are in song-file format will be displayed.
5
Press the [OK] button to load the selected file.
The display shown below will appear while the file is being loaded.
Press the [OK] or [CANCEL] button to cancel the load operation.
Song:
"0302E-SONG-02
Loading...
∞
"
CANCEL
The name of the Song file being
loaded.
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6
■ File Menu
When the Song file has been loaded the display shown below will appear, and playback
will begin.
Press the [OK] button when you want to stop playback.
Song:
∞
"0302E-SONG-02
"
TENORI-ON-MASTER
µ00:03:21
≥
Composer Name
● The composer name that appears on the third line of the display is the registered "Owner Name" for the
TENORI-ON on which the Song file was recorded (➝ Page 107).
● Rename
Song
Allows a new name to be entered for a Song file on an SD Memory Card.
1
Insert the SD Memory Card containing the file you want to rename into the TENORI-ON
card slot.
2
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to navigate to the Song function menu as follows:
"Main menu" ➝ "File menu" ➝ "Song"
Song
∞
Operation: Load
3
Use the jog dial to highlight the "Rename" function, then press the [OK] button.
Song
∞
Operation: Rename
4
Song files on the card will appear as a list on the LCD display (with no file extension).
Use the jog dial to select the file you want to rename.
Song: Rename
0302E-SONG-01
0302E-SONG-02
0302G-SONG-01
∞
● Only files that are in song-file format will be displayed.
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5
■ File Menu
Press the [OK] button to go to the file name entry display. The name of the currently
selected file will be displayed, and you can enter a new file name as required.
Current Song File Name
Input File Name
∞
[0302E-SONG-02
]
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
UVWXYZ-0123456789 ª§
Available Characters
Input Cursor
Set File Name
Backspace & Delete 1 Character
The Input cursor "œ" indicates the current entry point in the file name displayed on the
second line of the LCD. Use the jog dial to highlight the character you want to enter in
the list on the third and fourth lines of the LCD, then press the [OK] button to enter that
character at the current entry point. When a character is entered the cursor moves one
character to the right, ready for the next character. If you want to enter a new character
in the middle of the file name, you will need to delete and re-enter all characters up to
that point.
To delete characters, use the jog dial to highlight the "ª" symbol in the lower right corner
of the display and press the [OK] button as many times as necessary.
File names can be up to 16 alphanumeric and hyphen (-) characters in length, not
including the file extension. The file extension will be added automatically.
Input File Name
∞
[0302E-SONG-02
]
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
UVWXYZ-0123456789 ª§
Input Cursor
Character Selected for Input
Input File Name
∞
[0302E-SONG-02X ]
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
UVWXYZ-0123456789 ª§
6
Cursor Moves 1 Character
After Input
When the file name has been entered as required use the jog dial to highlight the "§"
symbol in the lower right corner of the display and press the [OK] button.
"Executing …" will appear on the display while the file is being renamed.
File data may be irreparably corrupted if you turn off the power or remove the SD Memory Card while the
"Executing…" display is showing.
● If a file with the same name exists on the SD Memory Card an overwrite confirmation display like the
one shown below will appear.
Song:
∞
"1-ORIGINAL-001 "
Already Exists!
Overwrite?
OK
● Press the [OK] button if it’s OK to overwrite the file. Press the [CANCEL] button (or use the jog dial to
select "CANCEL" on the LCD and then press the [OK] button) to cancel the operation and leave the
original file unaltered.
7
The display shown in step 3, above, will reappear when the operation has finished.
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● Delete
■ File Menu
Song
Deletes a specified Song from an SD Memory Card.
1
Insert the SD Memory Card containing the file you want to delete into the TENORI-ON
card slot.
2
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to navigate to the Song function menu as follows:
"Main menu" ➝ "File menu" ➝ "Song"
Song
∞
Operation: Load
3
Use the jog dial to highlight the "Delete" function, then press the [OK] button.
Song
∞
Operation: Delete
4
Song files on the card will appear as a list on the LCD display (with no file extension).
Use the jog dial to select the file you want to delete.
Song: Delete
0302E-SONG-01
0302E-SONG-02
0302G-SONG-01
∞
● Only files that are in song-file format will be displayed.
5
Press the [OK] button to delete the selected file.
A confirmation display like the one shown below will appear.
Press the [OK] button if it’s OK to delete the file. Press the [CANCEL] button (or use the
jog dial to select "CANCEL" on the LCD and then press the [OK] button) to cancel the
operation and leave the file unaltered.
Delete
"0302E-SONG-02
∞
"
OK
If you press the [OK] button to execute the delete operation, "Executing …" will appear
on the display while the file is being deleted.
File data may be irreparably corrupted if you turn off the power or remove the SD Memory Card while the
"Executing…" display is showing.
6
The display shown in step 3, above, will reappear when the operation has finished.
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■ File Menu
2. All Blocks
Provides access to All Blocks file operations.
"All Blocks" files include active notes and settings such as voice, tempo, etc., for all layers
and blocks.
The following 4 All Blocks file functions are provided:
Load All Blocks
Page 68
Save All Blocks
Page 69
Rename All Blocks
Page 70
Delete All Blocks
Page 71
● Load
All Blocks
Loads an All Blocks file that has been saved to an SD Memory Card into the TENORI-ON.
1
Insert the SD Memory Card containing the file you want to load into the TENORI-ON
card slot.
2
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to navigate to the All Blocks function menu as follows:
"Main menu" ➝ "File menu" ➝ "All Blocks"
All Blocks
∞
Operation: Load
3
Use the jog dial to highlight the "Load" function, then press the [OK] button.
4
All Blocks files on the card will appear as a list on the LCD display (with no file
extension). Use the jog dial to select the file you want to load.
Blocks: Load
∞
0302E-BLOCKS-01
0302E-BLOCKS-02
0302G-BLOCKS-01
● Only files that are in All Blocks format will be displayed.
5
Press the [OK] button to load the selected file.
The display shown below will appear while the file is being loaded.
Press the [OK] or [CANCEL] button to cancel the load operation.
Blocks:
∞
"0302E-BLOCKS-02 "
Loading...
CANCEL
The name of the All Blocks file being
loaded.
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6
■ File Menu
When the All Blocks file has been loaded the display shown in step 2, above, will
appear, and playback of the All Blocks file will begin.
Press the [OK] button in the status display when you want to stop playback.
● Save
All Blocks
Saves an All Blocks file containing all active notes and settings such as voice, tempo, etc.,
for all layers and blocks to an SD Memory Card.
1
Insert an SD Memory Card that has sufficient free space for the file to be saved into the
TENORI-ON card slot.
2
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to navigate to the All Blocks function menu as follows:
"Main menu" ➝ "File menu" ➝ "All Blocks"
All Blocks
∞
Operation: Load
3
Use the jog dial to highlight the "Save" function, then press the [OK] button.
All Blocks
∞
Operation: Save
The file name entry display will appear. A default file name will be provided, which you
can either use as-is or replace with a name of your own.
File name entry procedure is described in the Rename Song section on Page 65.
Current All Blocks File Name
Input File Name
∞
[0302E-BLOCKS-02 ]
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
UVWXYZ-0123456789 ª§
Available Characters
4
Input Cursor
Set File Name
Backspace & Delete 1 Character
When the file name has been entered as required use the jog dial to highlight the "§"
symbol in the lower right corner of the display and press the [OK] button.
The file name will be entered and the save function will be executed.
A display like the one shown below will appear while the All Blocks file is being saved.
You can cancel the operation by pressing the [OK] or [CANCEL] button.
Blocks:
∞
"1-BLOCKS1020-01 "
Saving...
CANCEL
The name of the All Blocks file being
saved.
File data may be irreparably corrupted if you turn off the power or remove the SD Memory Card while the
"Saving…" display is showing.
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■ File Menu
● If a file with the same name exists on the SD Memory Card an overwrite confirmation display like the
one shown below will appear.
Blocks:
∞
"1-BLOCKS1020-01 "
Already Exists!
Overwrite?
OK
● Press the [OK] button if it’s OK to overwrite the file. Press the [CANCEL] button (or use the jog dial to
select "CANCEL" on the LCD and then press the [OK] button) to cancel the operation and leave the
original file unaltered.
5
The display shown in step 3, above, will reappear when the operation has finished.
● Rename
All Blocks
Allows a new name to be entered for an All Blocks file on an SD Memory Card.
1
Insert the SD Memory Card containing the file you want to rename into the TENORI-ON
card slot.
2
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to navigate to the All Blocks function menu as follows:
"Main menu" ➝ "File menu" ➝ "All Blocks"
All Blocks
∞
Operation: Load
3
Use the jog dial to highlight the "Rename" function, then press the [OK] button.
All Blocks
∞
Operation: Rename
4
All Blocks files on the card will appear as a list on the LCD display (with no file
extension). Use the jog dial to select the file you want to rename.
Blocks: Rename
∞
0302E-BLOCKS-01
0302E-BLOCKS-01
0302G-BLOCKS-01
● Only files that are in All Blocks format will be displayed.
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5
■ File Menu
Press the [OK] button to go to the file name entry display. The name of the currently
selected All Blocks file will be displayed, and you can enter a new file name as required.
File name entry procedure is described in the Rename Song section on Page 65.
● File names can be up to 16 characters in length. The file extension will be added automatically.
Current All Blocks File Name
Input File Name
∞
[0302E-BLOCKS-02 ]
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
UVWXYZ-0123456789 ª§
Available Characters
6
Input Cursor
Set File Name
Backspace & Delete 1 Character
When the file name has been entered as required use the jog dial to highlight the "§"
symbol in the lower right corner of the display and press the [OK] button.
"Executing …" will appear on the display while the file is being renamed.
File data may be irreparably corrupted if you turn off the power or remove the SD Memory Card while the
"Executing…" display is showing.
● If a file with the same name exists on the SD Memory Card an overwrite confirmation display like the
one shown below will appear.
Blocks:
∞
"1-BLOCKS1001-01 "
Already Exists!
Overwrite?
OK
● Press the [OK] button if it’s OK to overwrite the file. Press the [CANCEL] button (or use the jog dial to
select "CANCEL" on the LCD and then press the [OK] button) to cancel the operation and leave the
original file unaltered.
7
The display shown in step 3, above, will reappear when the operation has finished.
● Delete
All Blocks
Deletes a specified All Blocks file from an SD Memory Card.
1
Insert the SD Memory Card containing the file you want to delete into the TENORI-ON
card slot.
2
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to navigate to the All Blocks function menu as follows:
"Main menu" ➝ "File menu" ➝ "All Blocks"
All Blocks
∞
Operation: Load
3
Use the jog dial to highlight the "Delete" function, then press the [OK] button.
All Blocks
∞
Operation: Delete
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4
■ File Menu
All Blocks files on the card will appear as a list on the LCD display (with no file
extension). Use the jog dial to select the file you want to delete.
Blocks: Delete
∞
0302E-BLOCKS-01
0302E-BLOCKS-01
0302G-BLOCKS-01
● Only files that are in All Blocks format will be displayed.
5
Press the [OK] button to delete the selected file.
A confirmation display like the one shown below will appear.
Press the [OK] button if it’s OK to delete the file. Press the [CANCEL] button (or use the
jog dial to select "CANCEL" on the LCD and then press the [OK] button) to cancel the
operation and leave the file unaltered.
Delete
∞
"0302E-BLOCKS-02 "
OK
If you press the [OK] button to execute the delete operation, "Executing …" will appear
on the display while the file is being deleted.
File data may be irreparably corrupted if you turn off the power or remove the SD Memory Card while the
"Executing…" display is showing.
6
The display shown in step 3, above, will reappear when the operation has finished.
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■ File Menu
3. Current Block
Provides access to Current Block file operations.
"Current Block" files include active notes and settings such as voice, tempo, etc., for all
layers in the current block.
The following 4 Current Block file functions are provided:
Load Current Block
Page 73
Save Current Block
Page 74
Rename Current Block
Page 75
Delete Current Block
Page 77
● Load
Current Block
Loads a Current Block file that has been saved to an SD Memory Card into the TENORI-ON.
When a block is loaded the layer settings for all other blocks will also be overwritten by the loaded
data.
1
Make sure the block that you want to load the data into is selected on the TENORI-ON
(Function Button [R5]: Page 34).
2
Insert the SD Memory Card containing the file you want to load into the TENORI-ON
card slot.
3
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to navigate to the Current Block function menu as
follows:
"Main menu" ➝ "File menu" ➝ "Current Block"
Current Block Number
Block[01]:
∞
Operation: Load
4
Use the jog dial to highlight the "Load" function, then press the [OK] button.
5
Current Block files on the card will appear as a list on the LCD display (with no file
extension). Use the jog dial to select the file you want to load.
Block[01]: Load
0302E-BLOCK-01
0302E-BLOCK-02
0302G-BLOCK-01
∞
● Only files that are in Current Block format will be displayed.
6
Press the [OK] button to load the selected file.
The display shown below will appear while the file is being loaded.
Press the [OK] or [CANCEL] button to cancel the load operation.
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■ File Menu
Current Block Number
Block[01]:
"0302E-BLOCK-02
Loading...
7
∞
"
The name of the Current Block file
being loaded.
CANCEL
When the Current Block file has been loaded the display shown in step 3, above, will
appear, and playback of the Current Block file will begin.
Press the [OK] button in the status display when you want to stop playback.
● Save
Current Block
Saves a Current Block file containing all active notes and settings such as voice, tempo, etc.,
for all layers in the current block to an SD Memory Card.
1
Insert an SD Memory Card that has sufficient free space for the file to be saved into the
TENORI-ON card slot.
2
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to navigate to the Current Block function menu as
follows:
"Main menu" ➝ "File menu" ➝ "Current Block"
Block[01]:
∞
Operation: Load
3
Use the jog dial to highlight the "Save" function, then press the [OK] button.
Block[01]:
∞
Operation: Save
4
The file name entry display will appear. A default file name will be provided, which you
can either use as-is or replace with a name of your own.
File name entry procedure is described in the Rename Song section on Page 65.
● File names can be up to 16 characters in length. The file extension will be added automatically.
Current Block File Name
Available Characters
Input File Name
∞
[0302E-BLOCK-02 ]
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
UVWXYZ-0123456789 ª§
Input Cursor
Set File Name
Backspace & Delete 1 Character
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5
■ File Menu
When the file name has been entered as required use the jog dial to highlight the "§"
symbol in the lower right corner of the display and press the [OK] button.
The file name will be entered and the save function will be executed.
A display like the one shown below will appear while the Current Block file is being
saved.
You can cancel the operation by pressing the [OK] or [CANCEL] button.
Block[01]:
"1-BLOCK1020-01
Saving...
∞
"
The Current Block file being saved.
CANCEL
File data may be irreparably corrupted if you turn off the power or remove the SD Memory Card while the
"Saving…" display is showing.
● If a file with the same name exists on the SD Memory Card an overwrite confirmation display like the
one shown below will appear.
Block[01]:
∞
"1-BLOCK1020-01 "
Already Exists!
Overwrite?
OK
● Press the [OK] button if it’s OK to overwrite the file. Press the [CANCEL] button (or use the jog dial to
select "CANCEL" on the LCD and then press the [OK] button) to cancel the operation and leave the
original file unaltered.
6
The display shown in step 3, above, will reappear when the operation has finished.
● Rename
Current Block
Allows a new name to be entered for a Current Block file on an SD Memory Card.
1
Insert the SD Memory Card containing the file you want to rename into the TENORI-ON
card slot.
2
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to navigate to the Current Block function menu as
follows:
"Main menu" ➝ "File menu" ➝ "Current Block"
Block[01]:
∞
Operation: Load
3
Use the jog dial to highlight the "Rename" function, then press the [OK] button.
Block[01]:
∞
Operation: Rename
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4
■ File Menu
Current Block files on the card will appear as a list on the LCD display (with no file
extension). Use the jog dial to select the file you want to rename.
Block[01]: Load
0302E-BLOCK-01
0302E-BLOCK-02
0302G-BLOCK-01
∞
● Only files that are in Current Block format will be displayed.
Press the [OK] button to go to the file name entry display. The name of the currently
selected Current Block file will be displayed, and you can enter a new file name as
required. File name entry procedure is described in the Rename Song section on
Page 65.
● File names can be up to 16 characters in length. The file extension will be added automatically.
Current Block File Name
Input File Name
∞
[0302E-BLOCK-02 ]
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
UVWXYZ-0123456789 ª§
Available Characters
5
Input Cursor
Set File Name
Backspace & Delete 1 Character
When the file name has been entered as required use the jog dial to highlight the "§"
symbol in the lower right corner of the display and press the [OK] button.
"Executing …" will appear on the display while the file is being renamed.
File data may be irreparably corrupted if you turn off the power or remove the SD Memory Card while the
"Executing…" display is showing.
● If a file with the same name exists on the SD Memory Card an overwrite confirmation display like the
one shown below will appear.
Block[01]:
∞
"1-BLOCK1001-01 "
Already Exists!
Overwrite?
OK
● Press the [OK] button if it’s OK to overwrite the file. Press the [CANCEL] button (or use the jog dial to
select "CANCEL" on the LCD and then press the [OK] button) to cancel the operation and leave the
original file unaltered.
6
The display shown in step 3, above, will reappear when the operation has finished.
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● Delete
■ File Menu
Current Block
Deletes a specified Current Block file from an SD Memory Card.
1
Insert the SD Memory Card containing the file you want to delete into the TENORI-ON
card slot.
2
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to navigate to the Current Block function menu as
follows:
"Main menu" ➝ "File menu" ➝ "Current Block"
Block[01]:
∞
Operation: Load
3
Use the jog dial to highlight the "Delete" function, then press the [OK] button.
Block[01]:
∞
Operation: Delete
4
Current Block files on the card will appear as a list on the LCD display (with no file
extension). Use the jog dial to select the file you want to delete.
Block[01]: Delete ∞
0302E-BLOCK-01
0302E-BLOCK-02
0302G-BLOCK-01
● Only files that are in Current Block format will be displayed.
5
Press the [OK] button to delete the selected file.
A confirmation display like the one shown below will appear.
Press the [OK] button if it’s OK to delete the file. Press the [CANCEL] button (or use the
jog dial to select "CANCEL" on the LCD and then press the [OK] button) to cancel the
operation and leave the file unaltered.
Delete
"0302E-BLOCK-02
∞
"
OK
If you press the [OK] button to execute the delete operation, "Executing …" will appear
on the display while the file is being deleted.
File data may be irreparably corrupted if you turn off the power or remove the SD Memory Card while the
"Executing…" display is showing.
6
The display shown in step 3, above, will reappear when the operation has finished.
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■ File Menu
4. Current Layer
Provides access to Current Layer file operations.
"Current Layer" files include active notes and settings such as voice, tempo, etc., for the
current layer in the current block.
The following 4 Current Layer file functions are provided:
Load Current Layer
Page 78
Save Current Layer
Page 79
Rename Current Layer
Page 80
Delete Current Layer
Page 82
● Load
Current Layer
Loads a Current Layer file that has been saved to an SD Memory Card into the TENORI-ON.
When a layer is loaded the layer settings for all other blocks will also be overwritten by the loaded data.
1
Make sure the layer that you want to load the data into is selected on the TENORI-ON
(Function Button [R1] Layer Number: Page 30).
2
Insert the SD Memory Card containing the file you want to load into the TENORI-ON
card slot.
3
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to navigate to the Current Layer function menu as
follows:
"Main menu" ➝ "File menu" ➝ "Current Layer"
Current Layer Number
Layer[01]:
∞
Operation: Load
4
Use the jog dial to highlight the "Load" function, then press the [OK] button.
5
Current Layer files on the card will appear as a list on the LCD display (with no file
extension). Use the jog dial to select the file you want to load.
Layer[01]: Load
0302E-LAYER-01
0302E-LAYER-02
0302G-LAYER-01
∞
● Only files that are in Current Layer format will be displayed.
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6
■ File Menu
Press the [OK] button to load the selected file.
The display shown below will appear while the file is being loaded.
Press the [OK] or [CANCEL] button to cancel the load operation.
Current Layer Number
Layer[01]:
"0302E-LAYER-02
Loading...
7
∞
"
The name of the Current Layer file
being loaded.
CANCEL
When the Current Layer file has been loaded the display shown in step 3, above, will
appear, and playback of the Current Layer file will begin.
Press the [OK] button in the status display when you want to stop playback.
● Save
Current Layer
Saves a Current Layer file containing all active notes and settings such as voice, tempo, etc.,
for the current layer in the current block to an SD Memory Card.
1
Insert an SD Memory Card that has sufficient free space for the file to be saved into the
TENORI-ON card slot.
2
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to navigate to the Current Layer function menu as
follows:
"Main menu" ➝ "File menu" ➝ "Current Layer"
Layer[01]:
∞
Operation: Load
3
Use the jog dial to highlight the "Save" function, then press the [OK] button.
Layer[01]:
∞
Operation: Save
4
The file name entry display will appear. A default file name will be provided, which you
can either use as-is or replace with a name of your own.
File name entry procedure is described in the Rename Song section on Page 65.
● File names can be up to 16 characters in length. The file extension will be added automatically.
Current Layer File Name
Available Characters
Input File Name
∞
[0302E-LAYER-02 ]
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
UVWXYZ-0123456789 ª§
Input Cursor
Set File Name
Backspace & Delete 1 Character
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5
■ File Menu
When the file name has been entered as required use the jog dial to highlight the "§"
symbol in the lower right corner of the display and press the [OK] button.
The file name will be entered and the save function will be executed.
A display like the one shown below will appear while the Current Layer file is being
saved.
You can cancel the operation by pressing the [OK] or [CANCEL] button.
Layer[01]:
"1-LAYER1020-01
Saving...
∞
"
The Current Layer file being saved.
CANCEL
File data may be irreparably corrupted if you turn off the power or remove the SD Memory Card while the
"Saving…" display is showing.
● If a file with the same name exists on the SD Memory Card an overwrite confirmation display like the
one shown below will appear.
Layer[01]:
∞
"1-LAYER1020-01 "
Already Exists!
Overwrite?
OK
● Press the [OK] button if it’s OK to overwrite the file. Press the [CANCEL] button (or use the jog dial to
select "CANCEL" on the LCD and then press the [OK] button) to cancel the operation and leave the
original file unaltered.
6
The display shown in step 3, above, will reappear when the operation has finished.
● Rename
Current Layer
Allows a new name to be entered for a Current Layer file on an SD Memory Card.
1
Insert the SD Memory Card containing the file you want to rename into the TENORI-ON
card slot.
2
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to navigate to the Current Layer function menu as
follows:
"Main menu" ➝ "File menu" ➝ "Current Layer"
Layer[01]:
∞
Operation: Load
3
Use the jog dial to highlight the "Rename" function, then press the [OK] button.
Layer[01]:
∞
Operation: Rename
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4
■ File Menu
Current Layer files on the card will appear as a list on the LCD display (with no file
extension). Use the jog dial to select the file you want to rename.
Layer[01]: Rename ∞
0302E-LAYER-01
0302E-LAYER-02
0302G-LAYER-01
● Only files that are in Current Layer format will be displayed.
Press the [OK] button to go to the file name entry display. The name of the currently
selected Current Layer file will be displayed, and you can enter a new file name as
required. File name entry procedure is described in the Rename Song section on
Page 65.
● File names can be up to 16 characters in length. The file extension will be added automatically.
Current Layer File Name
Input File Name
∞
[0302E-LAYER-02 ]
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
UVWXYZ-0123456789 ª§
Available Characters
5
Input Cursor
Set File Name
Backspace & Delete 1 Character
When the file name has been entered as required use the jog dial to highlight the "§"
symbol in the lower right corner of the display and press the [OK] button.
"Executing …" will appear on the display while the file is being renamed.
File data may be irreparably corrupted if you turn off the power or remove the SD Memory Card while the
"Executing…" display is showing.
● If a file with the same name exists on the SD Memory Card an overwrite confirmation display like the
one shown below will appear.
Layer[01]:
∞
"1-LAYER1001-01 "
Already Exists!
Overwrite?
OK
● Press the [OK] button if it’s OK to overwrite the file. Press the [CANCEL] button (or use the jog dial to
select "CANCEL" on the LCD and then press the [OK] button) to cancel the operation and leave the
original file unaltered.
6
The display shown in step 3, above, will reappear when the operation has finished.
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● Delete
■ File Menu
Current Layer
Deletes a specified Current Layer file from an SD Memory Card.
1
Insert the SD Memory Card containing the file you want to delete into the TENORI-ON
card slot.
2
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to navigate to the Current Layer function menu as
follows:
"Main menu" ➝ "File menu" ➝ "Current Layer"
Layer[01]:
∞
Operation: Load
3
Use the jog dial to highlight the "Delete" function, then press the [OK] button.
Layer[01]:
∞
Operation: Delete
4
Current Layer files on the card will appear as a list on the LCD display (with no file
extension). Use the jog dial to select the file you want to delete.
Layer[01]: Delete ∞
0302E-LAYER-01
0302E-LAYER-02
0302G-LAYER-01
● Only files that are in Current Layer format will be displayed.
5
Press the [OK] button to delete the selected file.
A confirmation display like the one shown below will appear.
Press the [OK] button if it’s OK to delete the file. Press the [CANCEL] button (or use the
jog dial to select "CANCEL" on the LCD and then press the [OK] button) to cancel the
operation and leave the file unaltered.
Delete
"0302E-LAYER-02
∞
"
OK
If you press the [OK] button to execute the delete operation, "Executing …" will appear
on the display while the file is being deleted.
File data may be irreparably corrupted if you turn off the power or remove the SD Memory Card while the
"Executing…" display is showing.
6
The display shown in step 3, above, will reappear when the operation has finished.
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■ File Menu
5. All Settings
Provides access to All Settings file operations.
"All Settings" files include all settings such as voice, tempo, etc., for all layers and blocks.
Active notes are not included.
The following 4 All Settings file functions are provided:
Load All Settings
Page 83
Save All Settings
Page 84
Rename All Settings
Page 85
Delete All Settings
Page 86
● Load
All Settings
Loads an All Settings file that has been saved to an SD Memory Card into the TENORI-ON.
1
Insert the SD Memory Card containing the file you want to load into the TENORI-ON
card slot.
2
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to navigate to the All Settings function menu as follows:
"Main menu" ➝ "File menu" ➝ "All Settings"
All Settings:
∞
Operation: Load
3
Use the jog dial to highlight the "Load" function, then press the [OK] button.
4
All Settings files on the card will appear as a list on the LCD display (with no file
extension). Use the jog dial to select the file you want to load.
Settings: Load
0302E-SET-01
0302E-SET-02
0302G-SET-01
∞
● Only files that are in All Settings format will be displayed.
5
Press the [OK] button to load the selected file.
The display shown below will appear while the file is being loaded.
Press the [OK] or [CANCEL] button to cancel the load operation.
Settings:
"0302E-SET-02
Loading...
∞
"
CANCEL
The name of the All Settings file
being loaded.
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6
■ File Menu
When the All Settings file has been loaded the display shown in step 2, above, will
appear, and playback of the existing active notes will begin using the All Settings data
just loaded.
Press the [OK] button in the status display when you want to stop playback.
● Save
All Settings
Saves an All Settings file containing all settings such as voice, tempo, etc., for all layers and
blocks to an SD Memory Card. Active notes are not included.
1
Insert an SD Memory Card that has sufficient free space for the file to be saved into the
TENORI-ON card slot.
2
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to navigate to the All Settings function menu as follows:
"Main menu" ➝ "File menu" ➝ "All Settings"
All Settings:
∞
Operation: Load
3
Use the jog dial to highlight the "Save" function, then press the [OK] button.
All Settings:
∞
Operation: Save
4
The file name entry display will appear. A default file name will be provided, which you
can either use as-is or replace with a name of your own.
File name entry procedure is described in the Rename Song section on Page 65.
● File names can be up to 16 characters in length. The file extension will be added automatically.
Current All Settings File Name
Available Characters
5
Input File Name
∞
[0302E-SET-02
]
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
UVWXYZ-0123456789 ª§
Input Cursor
Set File Name
Backspace & Delete 1 Character
When the file name has been entered as required use the jog dial to highlight the "§"
symbol in the lower right corner of the display and press the [OK] button.
The file name will be entered and the save function will be executed.
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■ File Menu
A display like the one shown below will appear while the All Settings file is being saved.
You can cancel the operation by pressing the [OK] or [CANCEL] button.
Settings:
"1-SET1020-01
Saving...
∞
"
The All Settings file being saved.
CANCEL
File data may be irreparably corrupted if you turn off the power or remove the SD Memory Card while the
"Saving…" display is showing.
● If a file with the same name exists on the SD Memory Card an overwrite confirmation display like the
one shown below will appear.
Settings:
∞
"1-SET1020-01
"
Already Exists!
Overwrite?
OK
● Press the [OK] button if it’s OK to overwrite the file. Press the [CANCEL] button (or use the jog dial to
select "CANCEL" on the LCD and then press the [OK] button) to cancel the operation and leave the
original file unaltered.
6
The display shown in step 3, above, will reappear when the operation has finished.
● Rename
All Settings
Allows a new name to be entered for an All Settings file on an SD Memory Card.
1
Insert the SD Memory Card containing the file you want to rename into the TENORI-ON
card slot.
2
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to navigate to the All Settings function menu as follows:
"Main menu" ➝ "File menu" ➝ "All Settings"
All Settings:
∞
Operation: Load
3
Use the jog dial to highlight the "Rename" function, then press the [OK] button.
All Settings:
∞
Operation: Rename
4
All Settings files on the card will appear as a list on the LCD display (with no file
extension). Use the jog dial to select the file you want to rename.
Settings: Rename
0302E-SET-01
0302E-SET-02
0302G-SET-01
∞
● Only files that are in All Settings format will be displayed.
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5
■ File Menu
Press the [OK] button to go to the file name entry display. The name of the currently
selected All Settings file will be displayed, and you can enter a new file name as
required. File name entry procedure is described in the Rename Song section on
Page 65.
● File names can be up to 16 characters in length. The file extension will be added automatically.
Current All Settings File Name
Input File Name
∞
[0302E-SET-02
]
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
UVWXYZ-0123456789 ª§
Available Characters
6
Input Cursor
Set File Name
Backspace & Delete 1 Character
When the file name has been entered as required use the jog dial to highlight the "§"
symbol in the lower right corner of the display and press the [OK] button.
"Executing …" will appear on the display while the file is being renamed.
File data may be irreparably corrupted if you turn off the power or remove the SD Memory Card while the
"Executing…" display is showing.
● If a file with the same name exists on the SD Memory Card an overwrite confirmation display like the
one shown below will appear.
Settings:
∞
"1-SET1010-01
"
Already Exists!
Overwrite?
OK
● Press the [OK] button if it’s OK to overwrite the file. Press the [CANCEL] button (or use the jog dial to
select "CANCEL" on the LCD and then press the [OK] button) to cancel the operation and leave the
original file unaltered.
7
The display shown in step 3, above, will reappear when the operation has finished.
● Delete
All Settings
Deletes a specified All Settings file from an SD Memory Card.
1
Insert the SD Memory Card containing the file you want to delete into the TENORI-ON
card slot.
2
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to navigate to the All Settings function menu as follows:
"Main menu" ➝ "File menu" ➝ "All Settings"
All Settings:
∞
Operation: Load
3
Use the jog dial to highlight the "Delete" function, then press the [OK] button.
All Settings:
∞
Operation: Delete
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4
■ File Menu
All Settings files on the card will appear as a list on the LCD display (with no file
extension). Use the jog dial to select the file you want to delete.
Settings: Delete
0302E-SET-01
0302E-SET-02
0302G-SET-01
∞
● Only files that are in All Settings format will be displayed.
5
Press the [OK] button to delete the selected file.
A confirmation display like the one shown below will appear.
Press the [OK] button if it’s OK to delete the file. Press the [CANCEL] button (or use the
jog dial to select "CANCEL" on the LCD and then press the [OK] button) to cancel the
operation and leave the file unaltered.
Delete
"0302E-SET-02
∞
"
OK
If you press the [OK] button to execute the delete operation, "Executing …" will appear
on the display while the file is being deleted.
File data may be irreparably corrupted if you turn off the power or remove the SD Memory Card while the
"Executing…" display is showing.
6
The display shown in step 3, above, will reappear when the operation has finished.
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■ File Menu
6. Samplings
Provides access to Samplings file operations.
The TENORI-ON provides three user voices: <01/16,> <02/16,> and <03/16.> Audio
samples can be loaded into the TENORI-ON and played via these voices.
Audio samples can be converted to the sample format used by the TENORI-ON (.tnw file
extension) using the TENORI-ON User Voice Manager software provided on the supplied
CD-ROM. This menu provides access to a number of functions that can be used to manage
".tnw" files.
The following 5 Samplings file functions are provided:
Load Samplings
Page 93
Save Samplings
Page 94
Rename Samplings
Page 95
Delete Samplings
Page 97
Samplings Info
Page 98
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■
■ File Menu
Creating User Voices (Sampling Files)
Audio files that have been recorded using a computer or downloaded from the Internet
must be converted to the TENORI-ON user voice file format ("sampling" file format with a
".tnw" file name extension) before they can be loaded into the TENORI-ON user voice
numbers and played.
The TENORI-ON User Voice Manager software provided on the supplied CD-ROM can be
used to convert audio files to the appropriate format and assign them to the TENORI-ON
LED buttons. Sampling files thus created can then be transferred to the TENORI-ON using
an SD Memory Card.
Save
Sampling File
(Single File)
SD Memory Card
.tnw
Card Slot
Assign
Sound Files
(16 Files)
Loaded into the
internal TENORION user memory.
Conversion
TENORI-ON User Voice Manager
1
TENORI-ON
Prepare the audio files.
Samples can be extracted from commercially obtainable sample CDs, downloaded
from the Internet, or recorded using your own recording equipment or computer. The
sample files must be in either WAV or AIFF format.
The supported file formats are as follows:
22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 44.1 kHz, or 48 kHz sampling rate; 8 or 16 bits; stereo or mono.
● Mono files will be converted to stereo files with the same data in the L and R channels.
Up to 16 samples can be assigned to each user voice (one of each of 16 LED
buttons). For a single instrument voice, for example, those samples can be at 16
different pitches. The audio files assigned to a TENORI-ON user voice can be used
in two different ways:
● Sound effects, drum or percussion sounds, or other types of one-shot samples can be individually
played by the LED buttons to which they are assigned.
● Audio files of the same instrument at different pitches can be assigned to the LED buttons in scale
sequence so they can be played in the same way as the internal MIDI tone generator voices.
It is necessary to prepare the appropriate type of audio files according to way they
are to be used.
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2
■ File Menu
Launch the TENORI-ON User Voice Manager software.
Use the TENORI-ON User Voice Manager software included on the supplied CDROM to convert your files to the TENORI-ON format and assign them to the
appropriate LED buttons.
2-1 Install the TENORI-ON User Voice Manager on your computer following the
procedure outlined in the separate "TENORI-ON User Voice Manager
Installation Guide" document.
2-2 Double click the "TNR_UserVoiceMgr.exe" or "TNR_UserVoiceMgr.app" file on
your computer to launch the software.
12
LOAD
3
EXIT
FILENAME
16
mysound04
15
mysound03
14
mysound02
13
mysound01
12
special_effect_E
11
special_effect_D
10
special_effect_C
09
special_effect_B
08
special_effect_A
07
voice01_B2
06
voice01_A2
05
voice01_G2
04
voice01_F2
03
voice01_E2
02
voice01_D2
01
voice01_C2
45
1 [LOAD] Button
2 File Name
3 [EXIT] Button
4 [DELETE] Button
5 [PLAY] Button
6 [MAKE USER VOICE] Button
DELETE PLAY
ÅÍÎÏ
USER VOICE MANAGER
MAKE
USER VOICE
6
A graphic representation of the TENORI-ON and LED button arrangement in the Score
Mode will appear on the display. [LOAD] buttons 1 through 16 on the display correspond
to the equivalent TENORI-ON LED button positions.
● When shipped from the factory the vertical-axis of the LED button matrix is assigned to a scale
corresponding to the white keys on a piano, as show in the illustration below. If you assign audio files with
pitches corresponding to the default pitches of the buttons, your user voice can be played in the same
way as the internal voices.
Higher
Scale
Lower
D
C
B
A
G
F
E
D
C
B
A
G
F
E
D
C
16
mysound04
15
mysound03
14
mysound02
13
mysound01
12
special_effect_E
11
special_effect_D
10
special_effect_C
09
special_effect_B
08
special_effect_A
07
voice01_B2
06
voice01_A2
05
voice01_G2
04
voice01_F2
03
voice01_E2
02
voice01_D2
01
voice01_C2
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3
■ File Menu
Load the audio files.
A dialog window that allows you to select and load an audio file into the TENORI-ON
User Voice Manager will appear when you click one of the [LOAD] buttons.
Select the audio file you want to load and assign to the corresponding button. The
first 0.97 seconds of the selected WAVE or AIFF file will be used. The names of the
assigned audio files will appear to the right of the corresponding [LOAD] buttons
(without the file extension).
Click a [PLAY] button to play the corresponding audio file.
Click a [DELETE] button to delete (cancel assignment of) the corresponding audio
file.
● Audio file icons can also be dragged and dropped on the target [LOAD] button to assign them.
● [LOAD] buttons 01 — 16 correspond to MIDI note numbers 60 — 75. For note numbers outside this range
the assignments are repeated in 16-note groups.
● LED buttons to which no audio file is assigned will produce no sound when pressed.
4
Save in TENORI-ON "Sampling" format.
When the audio files have been assigned as required, convert the entire set (all 16
files) to a single TENORI-ON format user voice file, and save the user voice file to an
SD Memory Card.
● Use an SD Memory Card with a capacity of 2 gigabytes or less that has been properly formatted
using the TENORI-ON formatting function (➝ Page 106: [System menu] ➝ [SD Format]).
Click the [MAKE USER VOICE] button.
The file save dialog window will appear. Specify the location you want to save the file
to (the SD Memory Card) and the file name if necessary. A default file name
consisting of the month and day (e.g. "0901") plus a single character indicating the
hour (0…9, A…N), plus four digits indicating the minute and second (e.g. "3620"),
plus "-VOICE", plus the file extension (.tnw) will be automatically generated. You can
edit the default file name as required, using a maximum of 16 characters. Only
capital alphabetic characters and the hyphen ("-") can be used in file names.
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■ File Menu
5
Click the [EXIT] button to quit the software.
6
Insert the SD Memory Card to which the file was saved in step 4, above, into the
TENORI-ON card slot.
7
Load the file from the SD Memory Card into a user memory. Refer to "Load
Samplings" on Page 93 for details.
User voice setup is now complete.
8
Play the user voice.
You can now select the user voice by pressing the corresponding LED button while
holding the [L1] button, in the same way as you select the internal voices.
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
09
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
01
USER3<03/16>
USER2<02/16>
USER1<01/16>
● Octave, transpose, and scale settings do not affect the user voices.
● User voices are retained in memory even when the TENORI-ON is turned off.
● In order to play a song that uses a user voice on a different TENORI-ON, the user voice file must
first be loaded into the TENORI-ON on which the song is to be played (➝ "Save Samplings" on
Page 94, and "Load Samplings" on Page 93).
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● Load
■ File Menu
Samplings
Loads a Samplings file that has been saved to an SD Memory Card into the TENORI-ON.
1
Insert the SD Memory Card containing the file you want to load into the TENORI-ON
card slot.
2
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to navigate to the Samplings function menu as follows:
"Main menu" ➝ "File menu" ➝ "Samplings"
Samplings:
∞
Operation: Load
3
Use the jog dial to highlight the "Load" function, then press the [OK] button.
A display that allows you to specify the user memory to which the loaded sample file
will be saved will appear. Use the jog dial to select the desired user memory, then press
the [OK] button.
● In this display "User1," "User2," and "User3" correspond to user memory numbers <01/16,> <02/16,>
and <03/16.> The bottom line on the LCD displays the name of the sample file currently loaded in that
user memory. If the user memory is empty, "--------" will be displayed.
4
Samplings: Load
∞
Dest.= User1
[1-SAMPLE
]
Samplings files on the card will appear as a list on the LCD display (with no file
extension). Use the jog dial to select the file you want to load.
Samplings: Load
∞
SAMPLE071006-02
SAMPLE071001-01
SAMPLE071013-01
● Only files that are in "tnw" format will be displayed.
5
Press the [OK] button to load the selected file.
The display shown below will appear while the file is being loaded.
Press the [OK] or [CANCEL] button to cancel the load operation.
Samplings:
∞
"SAMPLE071001-01 "
Loading...
CANCEL
The name of the Samplings file being
loaded.
● Sampling file load operations may take a few minutes to complete.
6
When the Samplings file has been loaded the display shown in step 2, above, will
appear.
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● Save
■ File Menu
Samplings
Saves a Samplings file currently loaded in a user memory to an SD Memory Card in ".tnw"
format.
1
Insert an SD Memory Card that has sufficient free space for the file to be saved into the
TENORI-ON card slot.
2
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to navigate to the Samplings function menu as follows:
"Main menu" ➝ "File menu" ➝ "Samplings"
Samplings:
∞
Operation: Load
3
Use the jog dial to highlight the "Save" function, then press the [OK] button.
Samplings:
∞
Operation: Save
4
A display that allows you to specify the user memory containing the sample to be saved
will appear. Use the jog dial to select the desired user memory (1 — 3), then press the
[OK] button.
● In this display "User1," "User2," and "User3" correspond to user memory numbers <01/16,> <02/16,>
and <03/16.> The bottom line on the LCD displays the name of the sample file currently loaded in that
user memory. If the user memory is empty, "--------" will be displayed.
5
Samplings: Save
∞
Sour.= User1
[1-SAMPLE
]
The file name entry display will appear. A current file name will be displayed, which you
can either use as-is or replace with a different name.
File name entry procedure is described in the Rename Song section on Page 65.
● File names can be up to 16 characters in length. The file extension will be added automatically.
Current User Voice File Name
Available Characters
Input File Name
∞
[1-SAMPLE
]
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
UVWXYZ-0123456789 ª§
Input Cursor
Set File Name
Backspace & Delete 1 Character
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6
■ File Menu
When the file name has been entered as required use the jog dial to highlight the "§"
symbol in the lower right corner of the display and press the [OK] button.
The file name will be entered and the save function will be executed.
A display like the one shown below will appear while the All Settings file is being saved.
You can cancel the operation by pressing the [OK] or [CANCEL] button.
Samplings:
∞
"SAMPLE071020-01 "
Saving...
The Samplings file being saved.
CANCEL
File data may be irreparably corrupted if you turn off the power or remove the SD Memory Card while the
"Saving…" display is showing.
● Sampling file save operations may take a few minutes to complete.
● If a file with the same name exists on the SD Memory Card an overwrite confirmation display like the
one shown below will appear.
Samplings:
∞
"SAMPLE071020-01 "
Already Exists!
Overwrite?
OK
● Press the [OK] button if it’s OK to overwrite the file. Press the [CANCEL] button (or use the jog dial to
select "CANCEL" on the LCD and then press the [OK] button) to cancel the operation and leave the
original file unaltered.
7
The display shown in step 3, above, will reappear when the operation has finished.
● Rename
Samplings
Allows a new name to be entered for a Samplings file on an SD Memory Card.
1
Insert the SD Memory Card containing the file you want to rename into the TENORI-ON
card slot.
2
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to navigate to the Samplings function menu as follows:
"Main menu" ➝ "File menu" ➝ "Samplings"
Samplings:
∞
Operation: Load
3
Use the jog dial to highlight the "Rename" function, then press the [OK] button.
Samplings:
∞
Operation: Rename
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4
■ File Menu
Samplings files on the card will appear as a list on the LCD display (with no file
extension). Use the jog dial to select the file you want to rename.
Samplings: Rename ∞
SAMPLE071006-02
SAMPLE071001-01
SAMPLE071013-01
● Only files that are in ".tnw" format will be displayed.
Press the [OK] button to go to the file name entry display. The name of the currently
selected Samplings file will be displayed, and you can enter a new file name as
required. File name entry procedure is described in the Rename Song section on
Page 65.
● File names can be up to 16 characters in length. The file extension will be added automatically.
Current Samplings File Name
Input File Name
∞
[SAMPLE071001-01 ]
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
UVWXYZ-0123456789 ª§
Available Characters
5
Input Cursor
Set File Name
Backspace & Delete 1 Character
When the file name has been entered as required use the jog dial to highlight the "§"
symbol in the lower right corner of the display and press the [OK] button.
"Executing …" will appear on the display while the file is being renamed.
File data may be irreparably corrupted if you turn off the power or remove the SD Memory Card while the
"Executing…" display is showing.
● If a file with the same name exists on the SD Memory Card an overwrite confirmation display like the
one shown below will appear.
Samplings:
∞
"SAMPLE071001-02 "
Already Exists!
Overwrite?
OK
● Press the [OK] button if it’s OK to overwrite the file. Press the [CANCEL] button (or use the jog dial to
select "CANCEL" on the LCD and then press the [OK] button) to cancel the operation and leave the
original file unaltered.
6
The display shown in step 3, above, will reappear when the operation has finished.
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● Delete
■ File Menu
Samplings
Deletes a specified Samplings file from an SD Memory Card.
1
Insert the SD Memory Card containing the file you want to delete into the TENORI-ON
card slot.
2
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to navigate to the Samplings function menu as follows:
"Main menu" ➝ "File menu" ➝ "Samplings"
Samplings:
∞
Operation: Load
3
Use the jog dial to highlight the "Delete" function, then press the [OK] button.
Samplings:
∞
Operation: Delete
4
Samplings files on the card will appear as a list on the LCD display (with no file
extension). Use the jog dial to select the file you want to delete.
Samplings: Delete
SAMPLE071006-02
SAMPLE071001-01
SAMPLE071013-01
∞
● Only files that are in ".tnw" format will be displayed.
5
Press the [OK] button to delete the selected file.
A confirmation display like the one shown below will appear.
Press the [OK] button if it’s OK to delete the file. Press the [CANCEL] button (or use the
jog dial to select "CANCEL" on the LCD and then press the [OK] button) to cancel the
operation and leave the file unaltered.
Delete
∞
"SAMPLE071001-01 "
OK
If you press the [OK] button to execute the delete operation, "Executing …" will appear
on the display while the file is being deleted.
File data may be irreparably corrupted if you turn off the power or remove the SD Memory Card while the
"Executing…" display is showing.
6
The display shown in step 3, above, will reappear when the operation has finished.
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Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
● Samplings
■ File Menu
Info
Displays the name of the sample files currently loaded in the TENORI-ON user memories.
1
Use the jog dial and [OK] button to navigate to the Samplings function menu as follows:
"Main menu" ➝ "File menu" ➝ "Samplings"
Samplings:
∞
Operation: Load
2
Use the jog dial to highlight the "Info" function, then press the [OK] button.
Samplings:
∞
Operation: Info
3
A list of the sample files currently loaded in the TENORI-ON user memories 1 — 3 will
be displayed.
● In this display "1," "2," and "3" correspond to user memory numbers <1/16,> <02/16,> and <03/16.> If a
user memory is empty, "--------" will be displayed.
Samplings: Info
∞
1.SAMPLE071006-02
2.SAMPLE071001-01
3.SAMPLE071013-01
4
Press the [OK] or [CANCEL] button to return to the display shown in step 2, above.
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Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ Effect Menu
■ Effect Menu
The Effect menu provides access to functions that allow you to apply reverb and chorus
effects to the TENORI-ON voices.
The Effect menu submenu includes the following 4 items.
1.
Reverb Type
Page 99
2.
Reverb Param
Page 100
3.
Chorus Type
Page 100
4.
Chorus Param
Page 100
Use the jog dial to highlight a submenu item, then press the [OK] button to go to the
corresponding parameter edit display.
[Effect
Reverb
Reverb
Chorus
menu]
Type
Param
Type
∞
1. Reverb Type
Reverb Type
∞
HALL1
Selects the reverb type.
• NO EFFECT . . . . . . . . . . . . . No reverb effect.
• HALL1, HALL2 . . . . . . . . . . . Concert hall reverb simulations.
• ROOM1, ROOM2, ROOM3 . . . . . . . . .The type of reverb you’d hear in a room.
• STAGE1, STAGE 2 . . . . . . . . Simulations of stage reverb.
• PLATE1, PLATE2. . . . . . . . . . Simulations of studio plate reverb units.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . NO EFFECT, HALL1, HALL2, ROOM1, ROOM2, ROOM3, STAGE1, STAGE2, PLATE1,
PLATE2
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . HALL1
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . No display
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■ Effect Menu
2. Reverb Param
Reverb:HALL1
Param
∞
40
Adjusts the depth of the reverb effect. Higher values produce greater reverb depth.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 — 127
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . 40
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . No display
3. Chorus Type
Chorus Type
∞
CHORUS1
Selects the chorus effect type.
• NO EFFECT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .No chorus effect.
• CHORUS1, CHORUS2 . . . . . . . . . . . .Chorus effects.
• FLANGR1, FLANGR2 . . . . . . . . . . . . .Flanger effects.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . NO EFFECT, CHORUS1, CHORUS2, FLANGR1, FLANGR2
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . NO EFFECT
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . No display
4. Chorus Param
Chorus:
Param
∞
60
Adjusts the depth of the chorus effect. Higher values produce greater chorus depth.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 — 127
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . 0
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . No display
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Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ Interior Menu
■ Interior Menu
The Interior menu provides access to functions that allow you to set up the TENORI-ON to
function as a clock or automatically play back songs (Interior Mode) or to "sleep" if not
activated for a specified period of time (Power Save Mode).
The Interior menu submenu includes the following 10 items.
1.
Interior START
Page 101
2.
Interior Type
Page 102
3.
Saver Type
Page 102
4.
Saver Time
Page 103
5.
Time Signal ON/OFF
Page 103
6.
Alarm ON/OFF
Page 103
7.
Set Alarm
Page 104
8.
Save As Time Signal
Page 104
9.
Save As Alarm
Page 105
Clock Adjust
Page 105
10.
Use the jog dial to highlight a submenu item, then press the [OK] button to go to the
corresponding parameter edit display.
[Interior menu]
Interior START
Interior Type
Saver Type
∞
Interior START
∞
1. Interior Start
START
Press the [OK] button while this display is showing to immediately begin operation of the
Interior Type specified in the next item.
● If you press the [OK] button to start the Interior Mode, The Saver Type is automatically set to "Interior."
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . None
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . No display
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Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ Interior Menu
2. Interior Type
Interior Type
∞
Song(DEMO)
Specifies the type of function that will begin operation when the Interior Mode is started.
• Song (DEMO) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Plays the pre-programmed TENORI-ON demo song.
• SONG (SD) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Randomly plays Song Files from an SD Memory Card.
• Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Displays the time on the TENORI-ON matrix.
• Clock + Song (DEMO) . . . . . . . . . . . .Displays the time on the TENORI-ON matrix while playing the pre-programmed TENORI-ON demo song.
• Clock + Song (SD) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Displays the time on the TENORI-ON matrix while randomly playing Song
Files from an SD Memory Card.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . Song (DEMO), Song (SD), Clock, Clock+Song (DEMO), Clock+Song (SD)
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . Song (DEMO)
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . No display
3. Saver Type
Saver Type
∞
Interior
Selects the type of operation that will begin if the TENORI-ON is not operated for a specified
period of time.
• Interior Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Clock or song playback as specified by the Interior Type item, above.
• Power Save Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Power Save Mode operation (sequence stop and LED buttons out).
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . Interior, Power Save
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . Interior
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . No display
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■ Interior Menu
4. Saver Time
Saver Time
∞
10 min
Sets the amount of time that must elapse before saver operation begins.
If the TENORI-ON is not operated for the time specified here, the type of operation specified
by the Saver Type item will begin.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF, 1 — 1440 (minutes)
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . 10 (minutes)
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . No display
5. Time Signal ON/OFF
Time Signal
∞
ON
Determines whether an hourly chime will be played during Interior Mode operation. When
ON, the chime will sound on the hour at 00 minutes and 00 seconds. The total chime
playback time is 8 seconds. Performance data created on the TENORI-ON can be used in
place of the standard hourly chime (➝ Page 104: Save As Time Signal).
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . ON, OFF
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . No display
6. Alarm ON/OFF
Alarm
∞
ON
Determines whether the alarm will sound during Interior Mode operation. The total alarm
playback time is 48 seconds. Performance data created on the TENORI-ON can be used in
place of the standard alarm (➝ Page 105: Save As Alarm).
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . ON, OFF
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . No display
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Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ Interior Menu
7. Set Alarm
Set Alarm
∞
06:30
Sets the time at which the alarm will sound during Interior Mode operation.
● If the hourly chime and alarm are set to the same time (the alarm minutes are set to "00"), only the alarm will
sound.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . 00:00 — 23:59
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . 00:00
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . No display
8. Save As Time Signal
SaveAs Time Signal∞
OK
Saves the performance data (active notes and settings) in the current block for use as the
time signal that will play as the hourly chime during Interior Mode operation.
● If you use this function to change the time signal (hourly chime), the original default time signal will be erased.
To restore the original time signal use the Factory Reset function.
After selecting the block containing the data you want to save as the time signal, press the
[OK] button while this display is showing to save the data as the time signal.
● Press the [CANCEL] button (or use the jog dial to select "CANCEL" on the LCD and then press the [OK]
button) if you want to cancel the operation.
If you press the [OK] button to execute the operation, "Saving …" will appear on the display
while the data is being saved.
File data may be irreparably corrupted if you turn off the power or remove the SD Memory Card while
the "Saving…" display is showing.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . OK, CANCEL
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . OK
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . No display
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■ Interior Menu
9. Save As Alarm
SaveAs Alarm
∞
OK
Saves the performance data (active notes and settings) in the current block for use as the
alarm that will play during Interior Mode operation.
● If you use this function to change the alarm, the original default alarm will be erased. To restore the original
alarm use the Factory Reset function.
After selecting the block containing the data you want to save as the alarm, press the [OK]
button while this display is showing to save the data as the alarm.
● Press the [CANCEL] button (or use the jog dial to select "CANCEL" on the LCD and then press the [OK]
button) if you want to cancel the operation.
If you press the [OK] button to execute the operation, "Saving …" will appear on the display
while the data is being saved.
File data may be irreparably corrupted if you turn off the power or remove the SD Memory Card while
the "Saving…" display is showing.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . OK, CANCEL
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . OK
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . No display
10. Clock Adjust
Clock Adjust
Year:2007
Day :01/01
Time:12:00:00
∞
Sets the clock year, month, day, and time.
Press the [OK] button after setting each parameter to highlight the next parameter.
Pressing the [OK] button after the last parameter has been set applies the new clock
settings.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . Year: 2000 — 2099
Month & Day: 01 — 12/01 — 31
Time: 00 — 23/00 — 59
*Seconds cannot be adjusted.
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . OK
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . No display
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Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ System Menu
■ System Menu
The System menu provides access to functions related to basic system operation, such as
factory reset, SD Memory Card formatting, and others.
The System menu submenu includes the following 5 items.
1.
Save As Default
Page 106
2.
SD Format
Page 107
3.
Owner Name
Page 107
4.
Version Check
Page 108
5.
Factory Reset
Page 108
Use the jog dial to highlight a submenu item, then press the [OK] button to go to the
corresponding parameter edit display.
[System menu]
SaveAs Default
SD Format
Owner Name
∞
SaveAs Default
∞
1. Save As Default
OK
Saves the current settings for all blocks and layers as the power-on defaults that will be
automatically recalled when the TENORI-ON is turned on. If this function is not used to save
any user settings as defaults, the initial factory settings are used.
Press the [OK] button while this display is showing to save the current settings as the poweron defaults.
When you press the [OK] button "Saving …" will appear on the display while the data is
being saved.
File data may be irreparably corrupted if you turn off the power or remove the SD Memory Card while
the "Saving…" display is showing.
● Press the [CANCEL] button (or use the jog dial to select "CANCEL" on the LCD and then press the [OK]
button) if you want to cancel the operation.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . OK, CANCEL
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . OK
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . No display
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Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ System Menu
2. SD Format
Before using SD Memory Cards with the TENORI-ON, be sure to read “Handling SD™ Memory Cards”
on Page 63.
SD Format
∞
OK
Formats an SD Memory Card for use with the TENORI-ON.
● SD cards with a capacity greater than 32 MB will be formatted using FAT32 format, while SD cards with a
capacity of 32 MB or less will be formatted using FAT16 format.
After inserting an SD Memory Card into the card slot, press the [OK] button while this display
is showing to begin formatting.
When you press the [OK] button "Formatting …" will appear on the display while the card is
being formatted.
The format operation will erase all data from the SD Memory Card. Make sure there is not important
data you want to keep on a card before formatting it.
Do not turn off the power or remove the SD Memory Card while the "Formatting…" display is showing.
● Press the [CANCEL] button (or use the jog dial to select "CANCEL" on the LCD and then press the [OK]
button) if you want to cancel the operation.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . OK, CANCEL
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . OK
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . No display
3. Owner Name
Input Owner Name ∞
[NO NAME
]
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
UVWXYZ-0123456789 ª§
This function lets you register an "Owner Name" in the TENORI-ON memory.
The Owner Name you register will be stored with song files as the "Composer Name", and
will be shown on the LCD along with the Song name when the file is played back.
1
The factory default owner name – "NO NAME" – will appear on the display. You can enter
a new owner name as required.
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Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ System Menu
The name entry procedure is described in the Rename Song section on Page 65.
● Owner names can be up to 16 characters in length.
Owner Name Input Field
Input File Name
∞
[NO NAME
]
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
UVWXYZ-0123456789 ª§
Available Characters
Input Cursor
Set Name
Backspace & Delete 1 Character
2
When the owner name has been entered as required use the jog dial to highlight the "§"
symbol in the lower right corner of the display and press the [OK] button.
3
The submenu display will reappear when the name has been entered.
4. Version Check
Version Check
∞
TENORI-ON Ver.x.xx
Displays the version number of the TENORI-ON system ROM.
5. Factory Reset
Factory Reset
∞
OK
Resets all TENORI-ON parameters to the original factory settings. All blocks and all layers
are restored to the factory default settings, and all active notes are cleared. All registered
data – alarm, time signal, owner name, etc. – will also be cleared, as will the Save As Default
(➝ Page 106) settings. Loaded sampling files will not be initialized.
Press the [OK] button while this display is showing to restore the factory defaults.
● Press the [CANCEL] button (or use the jog dial to select "CANCEL" on the LCD and then press the [OK]
button) if you want to cancel the operation.
■ Range . . . . . . . . . . . . OK, CANCEL
■ Default . . . . . . . . . . . OK
■ LED Buttons . . . . . . . No display
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Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
■ Recording Menu
■ Recording Menu
This menu provides access to the TENORI-ON real-time recording function.
Before using SD Memory Cards with the TENORI-ON, be sure to read “Handling SD™ Memory Cards”
on Page 63.
1
Insert an SD Memory Card that has been properly formatted by the TENORI-ON into the
card slot.
2
Use the jog dial select "Main Menu" ➝ "Recording menu," then press the [OK] button to
the Recording menu START display.
[Recording menu]
∞
START
3
Press the [OK] button while the above display is showing to begin recording.
● Master volume (➝ Page 33) changes will be recorded during song recording, whereas hardware
volume (➝ Page 43) will not.
● Press the [CANCEL] button if you want to cancel recording.
Recording will begin from the instant you press the [OK] button, and all performance
data for all layers and blocks (note position data), LED button operations, function
button operations (voice, tempo settings, etc.), and [CLEAR] button operations will be
recorded in real time. The maximum amount of data that can be recorded is 39
kilobytes. This corresponds to approximately 1,000 button or dial operations.
The following display will appear during recording, showing the current layer status and
elapsed recording time.
Current Layer Number – Mode Name
Current Voice Number and Name
ÅÍÎÏ ∞
≈01-Score Ω01
ç01/01:Photon
∫00:08:31
≥
Current Block Number
Elapsed Recording Time
4
Press the [OK] button to stop recording.
A display that will allow the recorded performance to be saved as a Song File to the SD
Memory Card will appear. Press the [OK] button to begin the Song file save procedure.
● Press the [CANCEL] button (or use the jog dial to select "CANCEL" on the LCD and then press the [OK]
button) if you want to cancel the recording.
Save this Song?
∞
OK
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Setting Parameters with the Jog Dial
5
■ Recording Menu
The Song File name entry display will appear. A default file name will be displayed,
which you can either use as-is or replace with a different name.
File name entry procedure is described in the Rename Song section on Page 65.
● File names can be up to 16 characters in length. The file extension will be added automatically.
Default File Name
Input File Name
∞
[0302E-SONG-01
]
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
UVWXYZ-0123456789 ª§
Available Characters
6
Input Cursor
Set File Name
Backspace & Delete 1 Character
When the file name has been entered as required use the jog dial to highlight the "§"
symbol in the lower right corner of the display and press the [OK] button.
The file name will be entered and the save function will be executed.
A display like the one shown below will appear while the Song file is being saved.
You can cancel the operation by pressing the [OK] or [CANCEL] button.
Song:
"0302E-SONG-01
Saving...
∞
"
The Song file being saved.
CANCEL
File data may be irreparably corrupted if you turn off the power or remove the SD Memory Card while the
"Saving…" display is showing.
● If a file with the same name exists on the SD Memory Card an overwrite confirmation display like the
one shown below will appear.
Song:
∞
"SONG071020-01
"
Already Exists!
Overwrite?
OK
● Press the [OK] button if it’s OK to overwrite the file. Press the [CANCEL] button (or use the jog dial to
select "CANCEL" on the LCD and then press the [OK] button) to cancel the operation and leave the
original file unaltered.
7
The display shown in step 2, above, will reappear when the operation has finished.
● Songs cannot be edited after they have been recorded. However, you can save the current layer or
block(s) by selecting and saving All Blocks, Current Block, or Current Layer from the File menu, and
then reload the data and edit it as required.
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Appendix
Display Message List
Appendix
Display Message List
Power Save...
Power Save mode in operation.
Mode different.
Can't Copy!
This message will appear if you attempt to use the CopythisLayer function (➝ page 56) to copy
between layers that have different performance modes. Data cannot be copied between layers
that have different mode.
UNDO?
This message will appear after you execute a copy, clear, or reset function from the Edit menu.
Press the [OK] button to undo the copy, clear, or reset function just executed.
Press the [CANCEL] button, or any button other than the [OK] button, or wait for the 15-second
timeout to return to the menu.
Loading...
Currently loading a file.
Don’t turn off the power or remove the SD Memory Card while this display is showing.
Saving...
Currently saving a file to an SD Memory Card or the internal flash memory.
Don’t turn off the power or remove the SD Memory Card while this display is showing.
Executing...
Currently executing a file rename or delete operation.
Don’t turn off the power or remove the SD Memory Card while this display is showing.
Formatting...
Currently formatting an SD Memory Card.
SD Card Error!
No SD Card.
No SD Memory Card is in the card slot.
Unformatted!
The SD Memory Card in the card slot has not been formatted.
SD Card Error!
Card is Locked.
The SD Memory Card write-protect switch is "ON" (write protected).
SD Card Error!
Access Timeout.
A timeout error has occurred during a SD Memory Card save or load operation.
SD Card Error!
Illegal Media.
The media in the card slot is unsupported.
SD Card Error!
Card is Full.
The SD Memory Card is full and no more data can be written to it.
SD Card Error!
Card is Not Ready.
The SD Memory Card is not ready for a read or write operation.
SD Card Error!
Illegal File Name.
The name specified for ma file load operation is not allowed.
SD Card Error!
Illegal Format.
The format of the card in the card slot is not supported.
SD Card Error!
Not Supported File.
The file format is not supported.
SD Card Error!
The File is Broken.
The file is corrupted.
SD Card Error!
Can not Open File.
The file cannot be opened.
SD Card Error!
Can not Write File.
The file cannot be written.
SD Card Error!
Can not Read File.
The file cannot be read.
SD Card Error!
Unexpected Error.
An unexpected error has occurred.
SD Card Error!
Mode is Different.
The performance mode and TENORI-ON mode are different.
Alarm Playing...
The alarm is currently playing in the Interior Mode.
Time Signal...
The time signal is currently playing in the Interior Mode.
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Display Message List
Clear Layer
Block[**] Layer[**]
All active notes have been cleared from the current layer/block.
Clear All
All active notes have been cleared from all layers and blocks.
Song
Already Exists!
Overwrite?
This display will appear when a song file with the same name already exists.
Press the [OK] button if it’s OK to overwrite the file.
Press the [CANCEL] button to cancel the overwrite operation.
Blocks
Already Exists!
Overwrite?
This display will appear when an all block file with the same name already exists.
Press the [OK] button if it’s OK to overwrite the file.
Press the [CANCEL] button to cancel the overwrite operation.
Block[**]
Already Exists!
Overwrite?
This display will appear when a block file with the same name already exists.
Press the [OK] button if it’s OK to overwrite the file.
Press the [CANCEL] button to cancel the overwrite operation.
Layer[**]
Already Exists!
Overwrite?
This display will appear when a layer file with the same name already exists.
Press the [OK] button if it’s OK to overwrite the file.
Press the [CANCEL] button to cancel the overwrite operation.
Settings
Already Exists!
Overwrite?
This display will appear when a setting file with the same name already exists.
Press the [OK] button if it’s OK to overwrite the file.
Press the [CANCEL] button to cancel the overwrite operation.
Samplings
Already Exists!
Overwrite?
This display will appear when a sampling file with the same name already exists.
Press the [OK] button if it’s OK to overwrite the file.
Press the [CANCEL] button to cancel the overwrite operation.
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Appendix
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Symptom
Possible Cause & Solution
Page
Clicks and pops occur occasionally.
Noise can be produced by nearby electronic devices being turned on
or off, electrical motors, or similar sources. Try to use an electrical
output as far away from the suspected noise source as possible. If no
cause can be found, contact your Yamaha service center.
–
Interference from mobile phones, radios,
television sets, and similar devices.
Interference can be caused by mobile phones, radio transmitters, or
similar devices operating in the vicinity of the instrument. If the noise
seems to be excessive contact your Yamaha service center.
–
The instrument causes interference with
radios or television sets.
This instrument can cause interference if operated too close to radio
or television receivers. Move the instrument further away from the
receiving devices if interference occurs.
–
No response to long button presses.
The long-press (sensitivity) parameter may be set to too long a time.
Reduce the time setting.
page 60
Local Control may be off. If off it should be turned on.
page 61
The volume may be turned all the way down. Turn it up to an
appropriate level.
page 33,
43
Overall
No Sound
No Sound
A pair of headphones or external speakers may be connected.
The mute function may be engaged. Turn it off.
–
page 47
MIDI connection is not established with the Master TENORI-ON, or
does not operate properly, even though "Slave Mode" is selected in
the "Preference menu".
–
The instrument’s 32-note maximum polyphony has been exceeded
(i.e. more than 32 notes are being played at once).
–
In all modes other than the Push Mode, only one note of a given pitch
can play at the same time in a single layer. When a second note of the
same pitch is played in the same layer, any previous note of the same
pitch is turned off before the new note is played.
–
The Sound Length setting is too long. The TENORI-ON uses a stereo
tone generator (each note uses two notes of the instrument’s
polyphony), so when a long Sound Length is specified the maximum
polyphony (number of simultaneous notes) can be easily exceeded,
with the result that the notes may not play as expected.
–
The scale assigned to the vertical/
horizontal axis does not sound right.
A scale other than the default Ionian scale has been selected. Select
the Ionian scale.
page 44
When a new block is selected and the
voice is changed, the voice used in the
first layer changes as well.
The same voice applies to the same-numbered layers in all blocks.
page 6
Settings are not retained at the next
power-on.
Save settings you want retained using the Save As Default function.
page 106
Some parameters are not initialized when
the Reset All Blocks function is executed.
Some parameters saved using the Save As Default function are not
initialized.
page 39
Some notes cut off.
Pitch and Voices
Data Storage and Initialization
TENORI-ON Manual
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Appendix
Troubleshooting
Symptom
Possible Cause & Solution
Page
SD Memory Card
The SD Memory Card is write-protected. Set the card’s write-protect
switch to the OFF position.
page 63
Too much performance data. Performances that exceed 39KB (About
1000 operations) cannot be recorded.
–
Not enough remaining SD Memory Card capacity. Use a different SD
Memory Card.
–
Save and rename operations can only be performed on up to 100 files
that have file names in which the first five characters are the same.
–
The SD Memory Card is write-protected. Set the card’s write-protect
switch to the OFF position.
page 63
Not enough remaining SD Memory Card capacity. Use a different SD
Memory Card.
–
The maximum number of files has been exceeded. Up to 1,000 files
can be stored in the TENORI-ON folder, or up to 256 files of each fileextension type.
page 62
If playback is paused when a file is loaded, the loaded file will not be
played automatically. Return to the status display and press the [OK]
button to begin playback.
–
The loop indicator doesn’t move.
The pause mode may have been engaged by pressing the [OK]
button. Press the [OK] button a second time.
–
The loop point and/or loop speed settings
have changed.
These settings change when the Play menu Master Loop Point and
Master Loop Speed settings are changed.
–
Can’t record or play.
Cannot perform file operations.
A loaded All Blocks, Current Block, or
Current Layer file does not play
automatically.
Others
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Appendix
MIDI Data Format
TENORI-ON MIDI Transmit/Receive Event Specifications
MIDI Data Format
TENORI-ON MIDI Transmit/Receive Event Specifications
1. Transmittable/Receivable System Messages
The TENORI-ON transmits MIDI messages corresponding to operations performed on it, and
received MIDI messages can be used to control the TENORI-ON tone generator. System
messages that can be transmitted and received by the TENORI-ON are listed below. Refer to
the MIDI Implementation Chart for other message types.
System Messages that Can Be Transmitted and Received By the TENORI-ON
Type
System Realtime
System Exclusive
Details
Transmit
Receive
Timing Clock (F8)
Ø*1
Ø*2
Start (FA)
Ø*1
Ø*2
Continue (FB)
˛
Ø*2
Stop (FC)
Ø*1
Ø*2
Active Sensing (FE)
Ø*1
Ø*3
Master Volume (F0 7F 7F 04 01 00 dd F7)
Ø
Ø*3
Master Volume (F0 43 10 4C 00 00 04 dd F7)
˛
Ø*3
Master Tune (F0 43 10 27 30 00 00 dd dd 00 F7)
Ø
Ø*3
Master Tune (F0 43 10 4C 00 00 00 dd dd dd dd F7)
˛
Ø*3
Reverb Type (F0 43 10 4C 02 01 00 dd dd F7)
Ø
Ø*3
Chorus TYpe (F0 43 10 4C 02 01 20 dd dd F7)
Ø
Ø*3
TENORI-ON Exclusive (F0 43 73 01 33 00 dd dd dd F7)
Ø
˛
*1 Transmitted only in Master Mode.
*2 Received only in Slave Mode.
*3 Received only in Master Mode.
System Realtime Messages FE and F8 are continuously transmitted (in the Master Mode) after startup regardless of sequencer start/
stop operations.
2. TENORI-ON Specific System Exclusive Messages
MIDI messages corresponding to button or dial operations performed on the TENORI-ON
are output as System Exclusive Messages. The format used for these messages is listed
below.
11110000
F0
Exclusive Status
01000011
43
YAMAHA ID
01110011
73
Device ID
00000001
01
Model ID
00110011
33
Sub ID 1
00000000
00
Sub ID 2
0ddddddd
dd
Data1
0ddddddd
dd
Data2
0ddddddd
dd
Data3
11110111
F7
End of Exclusive
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Appendix
MIDI Data Format
TENORI-ON MIDI Transmit/Receive Event Specifications
Data1
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1
B0
0
0
0
TYPE1
TYPE0
0
STAT1
STAT0
TYPE [1:0]
Controller Types
TYPE1
TYPE0
Controller
0
0
Frame Button
0
1
Panel Button
1
0
Dial
STAT [1:0]
Controller Status
STAT1
STAT0
Status
0
0
Button OFF or Dial Down
0
1
Button ON or Dial Up
1
1
Dial Stop
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1
B0
0
0
0
X4
X3
X2
X1
X0
Data2
X [4:0]
When TYPE [1:0] is 00 (Frame Button):
Frame Button Types
X4
X3
X2
X1
X0
Button
0
0
0
0
0
Cansel
0
0
0
0
1
OK
0
0
0
1
0
Clear
0
1
0
0
0
R1
0
1
0
0
1
R2
0
1
0
1
0
R3
0
1
0
1
1
R4
0
1
1
0
0
R5
1
0
0
0
0
L1
1
0
0
0
1
L2
1
0
0
1
0
L3
1
0
0
1
1
L4
1
0
1
0
0
L5
When TYPE [1:0] is 01 (Panel Button):
Panel Button Horizontal Axis (0, 1, 2, … 15, from left to right).
X4
X3
0
X2
X1
X0
Panel Button Horizontal Axis (0-15)
When TYPE [1:0] is 10 (Dial):
Dial Control Range (0-15).
X4
0
X3
X2
X1
X0
Dial Control Range (0-15)
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Appendix
MIDI Data Format
TENORI-ON MIDI Transmit/Receive Event Specifications
Data3
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1
B0
0
0
0
0
Y3
Y2
Y1
Y0
Y [3:0]
When TYPE [1:0] is 01 (Panel Button):
Panel Button Vertical Axis (0, 1, 2, … 15, from top to bottom).
Y3
Y2
Y1
Y0
Panel Button Vertical Axis (0-15)
When TYPE [1:0] is 00 (Frame Button) or 10 (Dial):
All 0.
Y3
Y2
Y1
Y0
0
0
0
0
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Appendix
YAMAHA
[ TENORI-ON ]
Date :13-Feb-2007
MIDI Implementation Chart
TENORI-ON MIDI Transmit/Receive
Event
Specifications
Version
: 1.0
Model TNR-W MIDI Implementation
Chart
Function...
Transmitted
MIDI Implementation Chart
Basic
Channel
Mode
Recognized
Default
Changed
1 - 16
1 - 16
˛
˛
Default
Messages
Altered
3
3
˛
**************
˛
˛
0 - 127
**************
0 - 127
0 - 127
Note
Number : True voice
Velocity
Note ON Ø 9nH,v=100
Note OFF ˛
Ø
˛
After
Touch
Key's
Ch's
˛
˛
˛
˛
˛
˛
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
0 - 127
**************
Ø
Ø
Ø
: Song Pos. ˛
: Song Sel. ˛
: Tune
˛
˛
˛
˛
Pitch Bend
0,32
7
10
11
91,93
Control
Change
Prog
Change
:
True #
System Exclusive
Common
9nH,v=1-127
Bank Select
Main Volume
Panpot
Expression
Effect Depth
0 - 127
System
: Clock
Real Time : Commands
Ø
Ø
Ø*1
Ø*1
:
:
:
Mes- :
sages:
:
˛
˛
˛
˛
Ø
˛
˛
˛
˛
˛
Ø
˛
Aux
All Sound Off
Reset All Cntrls
Local ON/OFF
All Notes OFF
Active Sense
Reset
Remarks
(120,126,127)
(121)
(123-125)
Note :*1 Only effective in Slave Mode.
Mode 1 : OMNI ON , POLY
Mode 3 : OMNI OFF, POLY
Mode 2 : OMNI ON ,MONO
Mode 4 : OMNI OFF,MONO
Ø
˛
TENORI-ON Manual
: Yes
: No
118
Appendix
Voice List
Voice List
When you specify a program change as a number in the range of 0 — 127, specify a number
that is one less than the program number listed below.
Voice #
Category
Layer 1
Layer 2
Layer 3
MSB
#
LSB
#
Prog
#
Displayed Voice
Number
(Vertical/
Horizontal)
Voice #
Voice Name
Category
Layer 4
MSB
#
LSB
#
Prog
#
Displayed Voice
Number
(Vertical/
Horizontal)
Voice Name
63
1
1
01/01
Photon
63
1
46
04/01
NMCanon
63
1
2
01/02
Photopia
63
1
47
04/02
LeedPlus
63
1
3
01/03
Pearl
63
1
48
04/03
DotGame
63
1
4
01/04
Pulse
63
1
49
04/04
HardBeep
63
1
5
01/05
Cell
63
1
50
04/05
PopFlang
63
1
6
01/06
Pixel
63
1
51
04/06
PeekTone
63
1
7
01/07
Serene
63
1
52
04/07
RetroPop
63
1
8
01/08
Electron
63
1
53
04/08
SonarPad
63
1
9
01/09
Winter
63
1
54
04/09
CaveDrop
63
1
10
01/10
SoftMmb
63
1
55
04/10
DullBeep
63
1
11
01/11
SoftAcco
63
1
56
04/11
SnapStr
63
1
12
01/12
SoftHarm
63
1
57
04/12
MellowB
63
1
13
01/13
GrandPno
63
1
58
04/13
BasicB
63
1
14
01/14
QuietPno
63
1
59
04/14
PowerB
63
1
15
01/15
OldPiano
63
1
60
04/15
MetalB
63
0
1
01/16
User1
63
1
61
04/16
SlowB
63
1
16
02/01
eKalimba
63
1
62
05/01
EchoBass
63
1
17
02/02
LiteOrg
63
1
63
05/02
PizzStr
63
1
18
02/03
GlassTap
63
1
64
05/03
SinePop
63
1
19
02/04
Drop
63
1
65
05/04
PowerPop
63
1
20
02/05
Shimmery
63
1
66
05/05
Blip
63
1
21
02/06
Mist
63
1
67
05/06
WindPass
63
1
22
02/07
Acorn
63
1
68
05/07
DonPiyo
63
1
23
02/08
Chime
63
1
69
05/08
MetalHit
63
1
24
02/09
ThumbPno
63
1
70
05/09
BuzzPop
63
1
25
02/10
ToyTrain
63
1
71
05/10
FlowOut
63
1
26
02/11
ToyBanjo
63
1
72
05/11
Spring
63
1
27
02/12
LazyBass
63
1
73
05/12
BublEcho
63
1
28
02/13
Crocus
63
1
74
05/13
Pico
63
1
29
02/14
CandyCan
63
1
75
05/14
LightPop
63
1
30
02/15
Peaceful
63
1
76
05/15
RainDrop
63
0
2
02/16
User2
63
1
77
05/16
Creak
63
1
31
03/01
OrgFlute
63
1
78
06/01
TreeFrog
63
1
32
03/02
GtrHarmo
63
1
79
06/02
Squeeze
63
1
33
03/03
GreenFlt
63
1
80
06/03
FootStep
63
1
34
03/04
Lonely
63
1
81
06/04
Carib
63
1
35
03/05
Murmur
63
1
82
06/05
Point
63
1
36
03/06
OrganLT
63
1
83
06/06
EchoTom
63
1
37
03/07
TinyWind
63
1
84
06/07
PureTom
63
1
38
03/08
Bassoon
63
1
85
06/08
TinBox
63
1
39
03/09
Hopper
63
1
86
06/09
Boom
63
1
40
03/10
PopEcho
63
1
87
06/10
LowBoom
63
1
41
03/11
PopStr
63
1
88
06/11
EchoBoom
63
1
42
03/12
Maple
63
1
89
06/12
SoftBoom
63
1
43
03/13
ToyRobot
63
1
90
06/13
LargeBox
63
1
44
03/14
Tropical
63
1
91
06/14
Barrel
63
1
45
03/15
Floating
63
1
92
06/15
AirSynth
63
0
3
03/16
User3
63
1
93
06/16
SteelDrm
Layer 5
Layer 6
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Appendix
Voice List
Voice #
Category
Layer 7
Layer 8
Layer 9
MSB
#
LSB
#
Prog
#
Displayed Voice
Number
(Vertical/
Horizontal)
Voice #
Voice Name
Category
Layer 10
MSB
#
LSB
#
Prog
#
Displayed Voice
Number
(Vertical/
Horizontal)
Voice Name
63
1
94
07/01
HighKit
63
2
17
10/01
Marble
63
1
95
07/02
BumpKit
63
2
18
10/02
PinBall
63
1
96
07/03
StompKit
63
2
19
10/03
TinToy
63
1
97
07/04
BangKit
63
2
20
10/04
Chick
63
1
98
07/05
ScrubKit
63
2
21
10/05
Vibes
63
1
99
07/06
HandKit
63
2
22
10/06
SineMmb
63
1
100
07/07
MouthKit
63
2
23
10/07
Harp
63
1
101
07/08
EastKit
63
2
24
10/08
Opinion
63
1
102
07/09
EastKit2
63
2
25
10/09
Stuffy
63
1
103
07/10
EchoKit
63
2
26
10/10
Sulky
63
1
104
07/11
PowerKit
63
2
27
10/11
Log
63
1
105
07/12
SnapKit
63
2
28
10/12
Oscillat
63
1
106
07/13
LowKit
63
2
29
10/13
Grief
63
1
107
07/14
MidKit
63
2
30
10/14
Bubble
63
1
108
07/15
Knocks
63
2
31
10/15
Plankton
63
1
109
07/16
Stomp
63
2
32
10/16
Popcorn
63
1
110
08/01
Square
63
2
33
11/01
Acordion
63
1
111
08/02
Aroma
63
2
34
11/02
Viola
63
1
112
08/03
Sprout
63
2
35
11/03
Cello
63
1
113
08/04
Spot
63
2
36
11/04
Violin
63
1
114
08/05
Quasar
63
2
37
11/05
Contrabs
63
1
115
08/06
BeanBag
63
2
38
11/06
SfotStr
63
1
116
08/07
TipToe
63
2
39
11/07
Strings
63
1
117
08/08
Gemini
63
2
40
11/08
Piccolo
63
1
118
08/09
Apollo
63
2
41
11/09
Flute
63
1
119
08/10
Hexagon
63
2
42
11/10
Recorder
63
1
120
08/11
Green
63
2
43
11/11
PanFlute
63
1
121
08/12
DoLoop
63
2
44
11/12
Bagpipe
63
1
122
08/13
Milli
63
2
45
11/13
Clarinet
63
1
123
08/14
Centi
63
2
46
11/14
Oboe
63
1
124
08/15
Deca
63
2
47
11/15
Harmnica
63
1
125
08/16
Hect
63
2
48
11/16
El.Grand
63
2
1
09/01
Peanuts
63
2
49
12/01
LadyBird
63
2
2
09/02
Walnut
63
2
50
12/02
Tsugumi
63
2
3
09/03
Ping
63
2
51
12/03
WhiteEye
63
2
4
09/04
Pong
63
2
52
12/04
NewHope
63
2
5
09/05
Mallet
63
2
53
12/05
Trickle
63
2
6
09/06
HumOrgan
63
2
54
12/06
MayFly
63
2
7
09/07
BuzOrgan
63
2
55
12/07
Moth
63
2
8
09/08
PopOrgan
63
2
56
12/08
GlasPerc
63
2
9
09/09
JazOrgan
63
2
57
12/09
SineLead
63
2
10
09/10
ResOrgan
63
2
58
12/10
Flick
63
2
11
09/11
FuzOrgan
63
2
59
12/11
Doze
63
2
12
09/12
PufOrgan
63
2
60
12/12
Sleep
63
2
13
09/13
PicOrgan
63
2
61
12/13
ElecToy
63
2
14
09/14
DropEcho
63
2
62
12/14
Frog
63
2
15
09/15
Sesame
63
2
63
12/15
RadioPno
63
2
16
09/16
Delta
63
2
64
12/16
Droid
Layer 11
Layer 12
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Voice List
Voice #
Category
Layer 13
Layer 14
Layer 15
MSB
#
LSB
#
Prog
#
Displayed Voice
Number
(Vertical/
Horizontal)
Voice #
Voice Name
Category
Layer 16
MSB
#
LSB
#
Prog
#
Displayed Voice
Number
(Vertical/
Horizontal)
Voice Name
63
2
65
13/01
Children
63
2
113
16/01
SlowFlux
63
2
66
13/02
Aqua
63
2
114
16/02
AirFlow
63
2
67
13/03
Pierrot
63
2
115
16/03
Dynamo
63
2
68
13/04
Musicbox
63
2
116
16/04
Field
63
2
69
13/05
Fairy
63
2
117
16/05
Closed
63
2
70
13/06
Ukulet
63
2
118
16/06
Parallel
63
2
71
13/07
Molecule
63
2
119
16/07
Proton
63
2
72
13/08
Sparkler
63
2
120
16/08
Radiator
63
2
73
13/09
AirTweet
63
2
121
16/09
Neutron
63
2
74
13/10
Neutrino
63
2
122
16/10
Particle
63
2
75
13/11
CosmoRay
63
2
123
16/11
Aerial
63
2
76
13/12
Elf
63
2
124
16/12
Ion
63
2
77
13/13
Elfin
63
2
125
16/13
Glow
63
2
78
13/14
ChitChat
63
2
126
16/14
Spiral
63
2
79
13/15
RayDrop
63
2
127
16/15
Oxygen
63
2
80
13/16
Ozone
63
2
128
16/16
Velocity
63
2
81
14/01
Chrome
63
2
82
14/02
Oak
63
2
83
14/03
Awake
63
2
84
14/04
Ebony
63
2
85
14/05
Epoxy
63
2
86
14/06
Pendulum
63
2
87
14/07
Xylophon
63
2
88
14/08
Marimba
63
2
89
14/09
MetalXY
63
2
90
14/10
SoftFoot
63
2
91
14/11
PopUP
63
2
92
14/12
Helium
63
2
93
14/13
Locust
63
2
94
14/14
TinyBell
63
2
95
14/15
PopVibes
63
2
96
14/16
Balimba
63
2
97
15/01
Candera
63
2
98
15/02
Orbit
63
2
99
15/03
Helix
63
2
100
15/04
Fade
63
2
101
15/05
Appear
63
2
102
15/06
SlowRay
63
2
103
15/07
PhaseOrg
63
2
104
15/08
Sunspot
63
2
105
15/09
Whistle
63
2
106
15/10
Corona
63
2
107
15/11
Diode
63
2
108
15/12
Zone
63
2
109
15/13
Venus
63
2
110
15/14
Mercury
63
2
111
15/15
Polar
63
2
112
15/16
Pai
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Appendix
Index
Index
A
J
Active Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Alarm ON/OFF . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
All Block Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
All Blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
All Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Animation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Jog Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
B
Backup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5, 34
Bounce Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
C
CANCEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38, 54
Chorus Param . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Chorus Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
CLEAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Clear All Blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Clear this Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Clear this Layer . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Clock Adjust . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Connecting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Copy this Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Copy this Layer . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Current Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Current Layer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
D
Demo Song . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Draw Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
E
Edit Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Effect Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
F
Factory Reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
File Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Format (SD Mamory Card) . . . 107
Function Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
H
Hardware Volume . . . . . . . . . . . 43
I
Initialization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Instrument . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24, 49
Interior Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Interior Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Interior Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
L
[L1] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
[L2] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
[L3] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
[L4] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27, 28
[L5] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Layer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4, 5, 30
Layer Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Layer Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
Local Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61
Loop Indicator . . . . . . . . . . .15, 61
Loop Point . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27, 46
Loop Speed (Layer) . . . . . . .29, 51
Loop Speed (Master) . . . . . . . . .45
M
Master Loop Point . . . . . . . . . . .46
Master Loop Speed . . . . . . . . . .45
Master Scale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Master Tempo . . . . . . . . . . .31, 43
Master Transpose . . . . . . . .32, 45
Master Tuning . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60
Master Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
MIDI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7, 115, 118
Mute . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
O
Octave . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
OK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
Owner Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . .107
Random Mode . . . . . . . . . . .17, 28
Recording Menu . . . . . . . . . . .109
Reset All Blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . .58
Reset Loop Timing . . . . . . . . . .46
Reverb Param . . . . . . . . . . . . .100
Reverb Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .99
Rotation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
S
Samplings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .88
Save . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
Save All Blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . .69
Save As Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . .105
Save As Default . . . . . . . . . . . .106
Save As Time Signal . . . . . . . .104
Saver Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .103
Saver Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .102
Score Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . .15, 27
SD Memory Card . . . . . . . . . .9, 63
Set Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .104
Solo Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Song . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64
Song (Playback) . . . . . . . . . . . .65
Song (Recording) . . . . . . . . . .109
Sound Length . . . . . . . . . . .25, 52
Status Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Stop Playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
Synchronize . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61
System Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . .106
T
Time Signal ON/OFF . . . . . . . .103
U
P
Panpot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
Parameter . . . . . . . .22, 39, 40, 41
Performance Mode . . . . . . . .4, 12
Play Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
Power Save . . . . . . . . . . . .10, 102
Preference Menu . . . . . . . . . . . .59
Push Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Push Sensitivity . . . . . . . . . . . . .60
Undo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
User Voice . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24, 89
V
Version Check . . . . . . . . . . . . .108
Voice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6, 119
Volume (Hardware) . . . . . . . . . .43
Volume (Layer) . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
Volume (Layer/Master) . . . . . . .33
Q
Quantize . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60
R
[R1]
[R2]
[R3]
[R4]
[R5]
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
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