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User Manual
U-CONTROL
UMX490/UMX610
The Ultimate Studio in a Box: 49-Key/61-Key USB/MIDI
Controller Keyboard with USB/Audio Interface, 100 Software
Instruments, 50 VST Effects, energyXT2.5 Compact
Music Production Software and NI KorePlayer Software
Sound Module
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Table of Contents
Thank you........................................................................ 2
Important Safety Instructions....................................... 3
Legal Disclaimer.............................................................. 3
Limited Warranty............................................................ 3
1. Before you get started............................................... 5
1.1 Shipment................................................................................. 5
1.2 Initial operation and power supply............................... 5
1.3 Online registration.............................................................. 5
1.4 System requirements......................................................... 6
2. Introduction to MIDI.................................................. 6
2.1 MIDI control for beginners............................................... 6
2.2 USB mode and stand-alone operation........................ 7
2.2.1 USB mode......................................................................... 7
2.2.2 Stand-alone operation................................................ 7
3. Control elements and connections........................... 7
4. Operation.................................................................... 8
4.1 PLAY mode............................................................................. 8
4.1.1 The FACTORY MEMORY............................................... 8
4.1.2 The USER MEMORY....................................................... 8
4.2 ASSIGN mode ...................................................................... 9
4.2.1 Setting the GLOBAL CHANNEL................................. 9
4.2.2 Individual channel assignment................................ 9
4.2.3 GLOBAL CHANNEL assignment................................ 9
4.2.4 The PANIC key combination...................................... 9
4.2.5 The SNAPSHOT SEND command............................. 9
4.2.6 Local Off............................................................................ 9
4.2.7 Control elements assignment................................ 10
4.2.8 Program and bank change...................................... 10
4.2.9 Other functions of the OCTAVE SHIFT buttons.11
4.2.10 Velocity Sensitivity.................................................... 12
4.2.11 The FACTORY RESET command............................ 12
5. Specifications............................................................ 13
6. Appendix................................................................... 14
Thank you
Thank you for showing your confidence in BEHRINGER products by purchasing the
UMX. The UMX is an extremely flexible master keyboard with a controller unit
that can be used for a wide array of applications. Whether you need independent
control of computer rack synthesizers, General MIDI sound modules or effects
devices, or want to use the UMX for conveniently operating sequencing software
or computer plug-ins—the UMX offers you tremendous ease of use and allows
you to realize your ideas intuitively.
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Important Safety
Instructions
Terminals marked with this symbol carry
electrical current of sufficient magnitude to
constitute risk of electric shock. Use only
high-quality commercially-available speaker cables with
¼" TS plugs pre-installed. All other installation or
modification should be performed only by
qualified personnel.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized
or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades
with one wider than the other. A grounding-type plug
has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide
blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the
provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an
electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or
pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles,
and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Use only attachments/accessories specified by
the manufacturer.
12. Use only with the
cart, stand, tripod, bracket,
or table specified by the
manufacturer, or sold with
the apparatus. When a cart
is used, use caution when
moving the cart/apparatus
combination to avoid
This symbol, wherever it appears, alerts you
to the presence of uninsulated dangerous
voltage inside the enclosure - voltage that
may be sufficient to constitute a risk of shock.
This symbol, wherever it appears, alerts you
to important operating and maintenance
instructions in the accompanying literature.
Please read the manual.
Caution
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not
remove the top cover (or the rear section).
No user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to
qualified personnel.
Caution
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock,
do not expose this appliance to rain and
moisture. The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping
or splashing liquids and no objects filled with liquids, such
as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
injury from tip-over.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or
when unused for long periods of time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as power supply cord or plug
is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen
into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed
to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has
been dropped.
15. The apparatus shall be connected to a MAINS socket
outlet with a protective earthing connection.
16. Where the MAINS plug or an appliance coupler is
used as the disconnect device, the disconnect device shall
remain readily operable.
Caution
These service instructions are for use
by qualified service personnel only.
To reduce the risk of electric shock do not perform any
servicing other than that contained in the operation
instructions. Repairs have to be performed by qualified
service personnel.
1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
6. Clean only with dry cloth.
7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in
accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as
radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Limit
§ 1 Warranty
[1] This limited warranty is valid only if you purchased
the product from a BEHRINGER authorized dealer in the
country of purchase. A list of authorized dealers can be
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closest to you.
[2] MUSIC Group* warrants the mechanical and
electronic components of this product to be free of defects
in material and workmanship if used under normal
operating conditions for a period of one (1) year from
the original date of purchase (see the Limited Warranty
terms in § 4 below), unless a longer minimum warranty
period is mandated by applicable local laws. If the product
shows any defects within the specified warranty period
and that defect is not excluded under § 4, MUSIC Group
shall, at its discretion, either replace or repair the product
using suitable new or reconditioned product or parts.
In case MUSIC Group decides to replace the entire product,
this limited warranty shall apply to the replacement
product for the remaining initial warranty period, i.e.,
one (1) year (or otherwise applicable minimum warranty
period) from the date of purchase of the original product.
[3] Upon validation of the warranty claim, the repaired
or replacement product will be returned to the user freight
prepaid by MUSIC Group.
[4] Warranty claims other than those indicated above
are expressly excluded.
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THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS VOID WITHOUT SUCH PROOF
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Limited Warranty
[1] To obtain warranty service, please contact the
retailer from whom the equipment was purchased.
Should your BEHRINGER dealer not be located in your
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Alternatively, please submit an online warranty claim at
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must be accompanied by a description of the problem
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[2] Subsequently, the product must be returned in
its original shipping carton, together with the return
authorization number to the address indicated by
MUSIC Group.
[3] Shipments without freight prepaid will not
be accepted.
§ 4 Warranty Exclusions
[1] This limited warranty does not cover consumable
parts including, but not limited to, fuses and batteries.
Where applicable, MUSIC Group warrants the valves or
meters contained in the product to be free from defects in
material and workmanship for a period of ninety (90) days
from date of purchase.
[2] This limited warranty does not cover the product
if it has been electronically or mechanically modified
in any way. If the product needs to be modified or
adapted in order to comply with applicable technical
or safety standards on a national or local level, in any
country which is not the country for which the product
was originally developed and manufactured, this
modification/adaptation shall not be considered a defect
in materials or workmanship. This limited warranty does
not cover any such modification/adaptation, regardless
of whether it was carried out properly or not. Under the
terms of this limited warranty, MUSIC Group shall not
be held responsible for any cost resulting from such a
modification/adaptation.
[3] This limited warranty covers only the product
hardware. It does not cover technical assistance for
hardware or software usage and it does not cover
any software products whether or not contained in
the product. Any such software is provided “AS IS”
unless expressly provided for in any enclosed software
limited warranty.
[4] This limited warranty is invalid if the factoryapplied serial number has been altered or removed from
the product.
[5] Free inspections and maintenance/repair work
are expressly excluded from this limited warranty, in
particular, if caused by improper handling of the product
by the user. This also applies to defects caused by normal
wear and tear, in particular, of faders, crossfaders,
potentiometers, keys/buttons, guitar strings, illuminants
and similar parts.
[6] Damage/defects caused by the following conditions
are not covered by this limited warranty:
• improper handling, neglect or failure to operate the
unit in compliance with the instructions given in
BEHRINGER user or service manuals;
• connection or operation of the unit in any way
that does not comply with the technical or safety
regulations applicable in the country where the
product is used;
• damage/defects caused by acts of God/Nature
(accident, fire, flood, etc) or any other condition that
is beyond the control of MUSIC Group.
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[7] Any repair or opening of the unit carried out by
unauthorized personnel (user included) will void the
limited warranty.
[8] If an inspection of the product by MUSIC Group
shows that the defect in question is not covered by the
limited warranty, the inspection costs are payable by
the customer.
[9] Products which do not meet the terms of this
limited warranty will be repaired exclusively at the buyer’s
expense. MUSIC Group or its authorized service center will
inform the buyer of any such circumstance. If the buyer
fails to submit a written repair order within 6 weeks after
notification, MUSIC Group will return the unit C.O.D. with
a separate invoice for freight and packing. Such costs will
also be invoiced separately when the buyer has sent in a
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Online auction confirmations or sales receipts are not
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§ 5 Warranty transferability
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original buyer (customer of authorized retail dealer) and
is not transferable to anyone who may subsequently
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shall be entitled to give any warranty promise on behalf
of MUSIC Group.
§ 6 Claim for damage
Subject only to the operation of mandatory applicable
local laws, MUSIC Group shall have no liability to the buyer
under this warranty for any consequential or indirect
loss or damage of any kind. In no event shall the liability
of MUSIC Group under this limited warranty exceed the
invoiced value of the product.
§ 7 Limitation of liability
This limited warranty is the complete and exclusive
warranty between you and MUSIC Group. It supersedes
all other written or oral communications related to this
product. MUSIC Group provides no other warranties for
this product.
§ 8 Other warranty rights and
national law
[1] This limited warranty does not exclude or limit the
buyer’s statutory rights as a consumer in any way.
[2] The limited warranty regulations mentioned herein
are applicable unless they constitute an infringement of
applicable mandatory local laws.
[3] This warranty does not detract from the seller’s
obligations in regard to any lack of conformity of the
product and any hidden defect.
§ 9 Amendment
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notice. For the latest warranty terms and conditions
and additional information regarding MUSIC Group’s
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1. Before You Get Started
1.1 Shipment
The U-CONTROL was carefully packed at the assembly plant to assure secure
transport. Should the condition of the cardboard box suggest that damage may
have taken place, please inspect the unit immediately and look for physical
indications of damage.
◊ Damaged equipment should NEVER be sent directly to us. Please inform
the dealer from whom you acquired the unit immediately as well as
the transportation company from which you took delivery of the unit.
Otherwise, all claims for replacement/repair may be rendered invalid.
◊ To assure optimal protection of your UMX during transport,
we recommend utilizing a carrying case.
◊ Please always use the original packaging to avoid damage due to
storage or shipping.
◊ Never let unsupervised children play with the device or with
its packaging.
◊ Please dispose of all packaging materials in an environment-
friendly fashion.
Please make sure that the unit is provided with sufficient ventilation, and never
place the UMX on top of an amplifier or in the vicinity of a heater to avoid the risk
of overheating.
The power supply can be realized in different ways depending on the main
application area. For the installation of the UMX in a studio environment, it is
possible to connect the device directly to a free USB port of the computer using
the USB cable provided (see Fig. 1.1).
In case it is not possible to establish the power supply over USB (e.g. because of
an overload of the host computer due to several USB devices connected), it is also
possible to operate the UMX with three 1.5-Volt batteries (type “AA”, see Fig. 1.2).
Please note the following points when inserting the batteries:
compartment! Incorrect polarity will damage the electronics!
• Do not mix old and new batteries! When you change the batteries,
always change all 3 batteries at the same time.
• Do not use damaged batteries. The UMX could be damaged due to the
leakage of chemicals.
• If you do not use the unit for an extended period of time, please remove the
batteries from the compartment. Here again, the batteries could leak and
damage the device.
After inserting the batteries, please close the battery compartment and make
sure the shutter clamp snaps into place again. If you neither want to connect
the power supply over USB nor operate the device with batteries, there is yet
another possibility to connect the UMX over an external power supply unit.
Please observe the correct operational data (DC 9 V; 100 mA) and correct polarity
of the connector plug; you will find information about this above the DC input on
the rear of the unit. Reverse polarity can damage the electronics.
1.3 Online registration
USB Cable (included)
PC/MAC
Fig. 1.1: Power supply via USB.
Open the battery compartment by pressing the shutter clamp carefully in
the direction of the battery compartment, while pulling the cover of the
compartment upwards.
• The +symbol of the batteries must coincide with the +symbol of the
1.2 Initial operation and power supply
U-CONTROL UMX
Fig. 1.2: The battery compartment on the bottom side of the UMX.
Please register your new BEHRINGER equipment right after your purchase
by visiting http://behringer.com and read the terms and conditions of our
warranty carefully.
Should your BEHRINGER product malfunction, it is our intention to have it
repaired as quickly as possible. To arrange for warranty service, please contact
the BEHRINGER retailer from whom the equipment was purchased. Should your
BEHRINGER dealer not be located in your vicinity, you may directly contact
one of our subsidiaries. Corresponding contact information is included in the
original equipment packaging (Global Contact Information/European Contact
Information). Should your country not be listed, please contact the distributor
nearest you. A list of distributors can be found in the support area of our website
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1.4 System requirements
And how does it work?
For USB operation, a current WINDOWS PC or MAC with a USB connection is
sufficient. Both USB 1.1 and USB 2.0 are supported.
Remote control is realized by assigning the individual control elements of the
UMX to individual MIDI parameters. Whenever one of these control elements is
operated, the UMX generates the control data assigned to this control element,
which are then transferred to external devices over a data link. Thus, for example,
the VOLUME/DATA fader is factory-set to send data controlling the volume level
of a channel.
◊ The UMX supports the USB MIDI compatibility of WINDOWS XP, Vista and
MAC OS X operating systems.
◊ The UMX can also be operated as a stand-alone MIDI controller with no
PC connected. Software control via MIDI is also possible, provided your
computer has a MIDI interface.
2. Introduction to MIDI
2.1 MIDI control for beginners
Application possibilities for the UMX models are truly wide-ranging. We’ll start
with a couple of general explanations and examples that should quickly let you
get a good understanding of MIDI basics.
The definition of the MIDI standard began in 1982 with the cooperation of various
international companies (MIDI: Musical Instrument Digital Interface). At that
time, musicians were looking for a possibility of managing the communication of
electronic musical instruments of different makes with one another.
What exactly does the UMX do?
Simply put, this is a remote control for all kinds of MIDI equipment. Using the
faders, rotary knobs and buttons, the foot pedal and the keyboard, an entire
array of control instructions can be generated, which in turn can control the most
diverse functions of external devices.
What kinds of equipment can I control with the UMX?
You can basically control any device supporting the MIDI format. Both hardware
and software MIDI devices are controlled in exactly the same way. The only
difference is in the wiring. Here are a couple of suggestions on how you can use
your UMX:
• Editing sound parameters of (virtual) synthesizers, sound samplers,
GM/GS/XG sound generators
• Controlling parameters on effects equipment/software plug-ins such as
effects processors, reverbs, compressors, equalizers
• Remotely controlling software mixers (volume, panorama, mute functions,
etc.) Remotely controlling transport functions (playback, forward, stop, etc.)
on sequencers, hard disk recorders, drum computers, etc. Live control of
volume and sound parameters on expanders
• Remotely controlling groove boxes, step sequencers, MIDI generators and
other “live” software
• Program changes and volume control on sound generators (just like on a
master keyboard)
• Can be used by band keyboardists, solo entertainers, organists,
electronic music performers, DJs, sound engineers, home/project studio
owners, theater technicians, etc.
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The data connection is usually a standard MIDI cable with a 5-pin DIN plug on
each end. Such cables should not exceed a length of 15 meters. With the UMX
there is one more data connection available: the USB cable to the host computer.
Here, the cable should not exceed a length of 5 meters.
The data transmission takes place over 16 channels.
The control data generated by the individual control elements are also called
MIDI messages, which can be divided into 3 major groups:
• Channel Messages: Here, channel-specific control information is
transmitted. An example of a channel message is the note-on instruction.
As soon as a key is played on the keyboard of the UMX, the device generates
an instruction which contains the pitch, channel number and velocity.
The receiving sound generator “knows” which tone has to be played.
• System Messages: These messages are not channel-specific but relate to
the entire system to which they are sent. They are divided into 3 groups:
System Exclusive Messages (for operating system backup, updates,
management of memory contents); System Real-Time Messages (e.g. for
remote control of other devices); System Common Messages (e.g. for the
synchronization of several devices).
• Control Messages: Also known as Control Changes or Controllers,
abbreviated as “CC… (Control Change)”. There are 128 controllers in total,
which are numbered from 0 to 127.
◊ Please refer to Table 6.1 to find out which type of controller you are
currently working with.
◊ MIDI data are only control data and contain no audible audio
information! The data transmission takes place over 16 channels.
What settings do I have to make? Where? How?
Basically, which control element generates which controller must be set on the
UMX, and how incoming controller commands should be interpreted must be
set on the receiving device. Regarding controller assignment, there are two
possible principles:
• You use the preset controller configuration set in the factory (see Fig. 3.1).
In this case, you only need to make the assignments on the receiving device.
• You use your own controller configuration set up in ASSIGN mode. How to
assign controllers to the UMX is described in Chapter 4 “Operation”.
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2.2 USB mode and stand-alone operation
The UMX can be operated as a USB interface or stand-alone device. The two
modes are different with respect to the MIDI signal flow.
2.2.1 USB mode
When the UMX is linked via USB to a computer, the signal flow is as shown
below (Fig. 2.1).
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◊ The following factory settings refer to GLOBAL MIDI channel 1.
[1] The keyboard of the UMX has 49 or 61 large, velocity-sensitive keys for
maximum playing comfort. The keyboard not only provides for playing,
but also functions as an encoder in the context of the assignment procedure.
[2] The MODULATION wheel is factory-set to function as a conventional
modulation wheel (MIDI CC 1). In ASSIGN mode, any MIDI controller can
be assigned to it. When you release the MODULATION wheel, it retains its
adjusted value.
[3] The PITCH BEND wheel is normally used to change the pitch in real
time. In this way, a sound can be “bent” upwards/downwards by several
semitones while playing. As a default factory setting, pitch bending is
assigned to this wheel. However, in ASSIGN mode you can assign any MIDI
control command to the pitch wheel.
IN
OUT
(intern)
PC/MAC
3. Control Elements and
Connections
MIDI
USB
[4] Ex works, the VOLUME/DATA fader controls the volume of the notes played
on the keyboard (MIDI CC 7). In ASSIGN mode, it can be set to control any
MIDI controller.
[5] The ASSIGN button allows you to assign different functions to the various
control elements.
The basic principle is always the same:
1) Press the ASSIGN button and keep it pressed. The status LED above the
button lights up. The UMX signals that it has entered ASSIGN mode.
(intern)
Fig 2.1: Block diagram of MIDI signal flow
After the UMX has been connected to the host computer, a virtual MIDI IN and
MIDI OUT interface is emulated.
MIDI data generated in the UMX are first sent over the USB interface to the
host computer, where they are received at the emulated MIDI IN. A sequencer
software running on the host computer receives the MIDI data via the MIDI IN
and relays them to the emulated MIDI OUT—if all sequencer parameters are
set properly. The data are then sent back to the UMX via the USB interfaces on
the computer/UMX, where they are looped through to the physical MIDI OUT [14] .
From here, the MIDI data are sent to the devices connected to the MIDI OUT.
The MIDI OUT connector [14] can also be used as a normal MIDI interface,
independently of the sequencer software operating the UMX.
2.2.2 Stand-alone operation
When the UMX is not linked via USB to a computer, it is automatically set to
stand-alone mode. In this case, the UMX can only send out MIDI data from its
MIDI OUT connector.
2) Select the control element to which you would like to assign a new MIDI
function by operating it.
3) Release the ASSIGN button.
4) Depending on the choice you made, you may have to define an additional
value range (see below for more details).
5) Press the ENTER key on the keyboard to confirm your assignments.
To discard your assignments either press the CANCEL key or the ASSIGN
button again. In either case, the ASSIGN LED goes out and the UMX quits
ASSIGN mode.
[6] The USER MEMORY button is used to recall the internal memory.
The internal memory contains all assignment information set in ASSIGN
mode. Any changes that were made after USER MEMORY selection are
automatically saved without further user prompts. The USER MEMORY is
retained even after the unit is switched off.
[7] The two OCTAVE SHIFT buttons are preset to shift the keyboard range
by up to three octaves up or down. The associated LEDs help you identify
the current octave setting (see Table 3.1). Since the OCTAVE SHIFT buttons
can also be assigned to any MIDI controller, we would like to refer you to
Chapters 4.2.8 and 4.2.9 for detailed information.
[8] The eight high-resolution rotary controls R1 – R8 generate continuous
controller information. They are the controllers that are shown above
the buttons in the table 10. All rotary controllers can be assigned to any
controller in ASSIGN mode.
[9] The eight buttons B1 – B8 generate switch controllers. Again, they are
assigned to various default functions (see table on the device). Like the
rotary controls, the buttons can be freely assigned to any controller in
ASSIGN mode.
[10] The table shows the factory-set controller assignments.
[11] Keyboard legend: Informs you about the special functions performed by
individual keys on the keyboard. The individual elements of the keyboard
legend are described in detail in Chapter 4 “OPERATION”.
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[8]
[6]
[9]
[10]
[11]
[5]
[4]
[7]
[3] [2]
[1]
Fig. 3.1: Top view of the UMX
Operation
press once
press 2nd time
press 3rd time
press both buttons
Octave shift
LED
Shift one octave up or down
Shift 2 octaves up or down
Shift 3 octaves up or down
Reset (all octave shifts are reversed)
LED on
flashing
flashing
LED off
4. Operation
In the following, we will explain the operation of the UMX in detail. Please note
the differentiation between push-buttons (refer to control elements [10] and keys
(control element [1] )! Please do not confuse these!
4.1 PLAY mode
Table 3.1: LED activity depending on the OCTAVE SHIFT status
The UMX is in the PLAY mode immediately after it is switched on. Here you can
immediately begin to play, modify the filtering process via the rotary controls,
execute panning, control software synthesizers and so on.
4.1.1 The FACTORY MEMORY
[12]
[13]
[14]
[15]
[16]
Fig. 3.2: Rear panel connectors
[12] Use this socket to supply the UMX with current from an external power
supply unit (not included).
[13] The USB connector of the UMX. The connector (type B) on the device is
connected using the cable supplied to a free slot on the host computer
(where you will find a type A connector). It is compatible with the USB1.1
and/or USB2.0 standards.
[14] In addition to the connection to the computer, you can use the MIDI OUT to
connect additional MIDI devices, so that the UMX transforms into a fullyfeatured, easily accessible MIDI interface for your host computer.
[15] Use the FOOT SWITCH connector to connect a sustain pedal. This port
is factory-set and assigned to the MIDI parameter “Foot Pedal” (CC 64),
which represents a switch controller. When the pedal is pressed (and held)
in normal Play mode, it generates a controller with the value 127. When the
pedal is released, the controller falls back to 0 (typical piano sustain pedal
behavior). Apart from that the pedal assignment is the same as the button
assignment, i.e. you can assign any MIDI controller to it.
[16] The POWER switch is used to switch the unit on and off.
◊ Please close all programs if you want to switch off the UMX while the
computer is running or terminate the USB connection.
The FACTORY MEMORY is the installed memory in which the basic settings of the
UMX are defined. The controller map described under [10] is the most important
item of the FACTORY MEMORY. These settings are automatically loaded after each
start of the device and control many useful parameters.
Instructions which are changed within a session are discarded when the device is
switched off. We have equipped the UMX with a USER MEMORY, in order to still be
able to store changed allocations.
4.1.2 The USER MEMORY
Settings which are stored in the USER MEMORY remain stored in the internal
Flash ROM and are retained after the device is switched off.
Change to the USER MEMORY by pressing push-button [6] . If you call up the USER
MEMORY for the first time, the settings of the FACTORY MEMORY will be used
initially. As soon as you execute changes in the existing controller map, they are
automatically stored without requiring any further action.
In the USER MEMORY, allocations including channel information of the following
control elements can be permanently stored:
• FOOT SWITCH connector
• OCTAVE SHIFT buttons
• VOLUME/DATA fader
• PITCH BEND wheel
• MODULATION wheel
• Rotary controls R1 – R8
• Push-Buttons B1 – B8
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4.2 ASSIGN mode
4.2.3 GLOBAL CHANNEL assignment
As already mentioned in previous chapters, the ASSIGN Mode is a powerful tool to
optionally reconfigure the UMX into an ultra-comfortable controller.
1) Press the ASSIGN push-button and hold it down.
The basic logic of the allocation process has been introduced to you in Chapter 3
“Control elements and connections”. In the following we will offer you more
detailed information to enable you to use the UMX even more efficiently.
4.2.1 Setting the GLOBAL CHANNEL
2) Activate the control element for which the GLOBAL CHANNEL is to be set.
If this is a controller or fader, briefly move the control element; when you
have decided on a push-button, press this push-button once. The UMX
now “knows” to which control element you would like to assign a
GLOBAL CHANNEL.
3) Release the ASSIGN push-button.
The UMX recognizes two separate classifications in regard to MIDI channels.
There is a GLOBAL CHANNEL and 16 SINGLE CHANNELs.
The GLOBAL MIDI CHANNEL is the channel through which all MIDI commands are
sent in the factory setting: messages by various control elements, as well as the
Note On and Note Off commands. To change this channel, proceed as follows:
4) Press the
GLOBAL
key.
5) Finally, press the ENTER key. In order to discard your assignments,
please press the CANCEL key or press the ASSIGN push-button again.
The ASSIGN LED will go off in all 3 cases.
1) Press the ASSIGN button and hold it down.
4.2.4 The PANIC key combination
2) Press the
Imagine that you have been working continuously on one song for several hours
and a note suddenly “hangs up”. If you now execute a PANIC command, a sound
producing device receiving this command becomes silent immediately.
CH SELECT
key.
3) Release the ASSIGN push-button.
4) Define the GLOBAL CHANNEL by operating one of the keys
through CH 16 on the keyboard.
CH 1
1) Press the ASSIGN push-button and hold it down.
5) Finally, press the ENTER key. In order to discard your assignments,
please press the CANCEL key or press the ASSIGN push-button again.
The ASSIGN LED will go off in all 3 cases.
◊ The factory setting for the GLOBAL CHANNEL is channel 1.
RESET ALL
or
NOTES OFF
.
3) Release the ASSIGN push-button. The device will automatically return to the
normal play mode.
◊ The command “All Notes Off” will be sent immediately after you have
pressed one of the two keys.
4.2.2 Individual channel assignment
The assignment of individual control elements to defined channels is useful if you
want to control several external devices independently from each other.
Example:
You are playing synthesizer A through channel 2 with the keyboard and have a
sequencer program controlling another synthesizer B through channel 5. You can
now control the filter frequency of device B through one of the eight jog/shuttle
controls in real time and simultaneously continue to play device A without
changing the filter frequency.
1) Press the ASSIGN push-button and hold it down.
2) Activate the control element, for which another channel than the GLOBAL
CHANNEL is to be set. If this is a controller or fader, briefly move the control
element; when you have decided on a push-button, press this push-button
once. The UMX now “knows” which control element you would like to assign
to a SINGLE CHANNEL.
4.2.5 The SNAPSHOT SEND command
The SNAPSHOT command triggers the transmission of all parameters including
their current values. All control element assignments as well as their temporary
settings on the respective channels are transmitted to the MIDI OUT socket and to
the USB output of the UMX.
It is possible by this method to transfer the complete UMX mapping to a
sequencer software at the beginning of a song. This is to make sure the song
is played with the last valid controller values. Apart from this, the SNAPSHOT
allows you to reset the correct values in an external device where parameters
have shifted.
1) Press the ASSIGN push-button and hold it down.
2) Press the
SNAP SEND
key on the keyboard.
3) Release the ASSIGN push-button. The device automatically returns to the
normal play mode.
◊ The SNAPSHOT command is transmitted immediately after activating
3) Release the ASSIGN push-button.
4) Press one of the 16 channel keys
2) Press one of the two PANIC keys,
the keyboard.
CH 1
through
CH 16
.
5) Finally, press the ENTER key. In order to discard your assignments,
please select the CANCEL key or press the ASSIGN push-button again.
The ASSIGN LED will go off in all 3 cases.
◊ All control elements of the UMX follow the GLOBAL CHANNEL in their
channel settings (factory settings). This means that a control element
is always in the GLOBAL CHANNEL until you assign it to another channel.
Please also consider this when you change the GLOBAL CHANNEL,
since various elements will also change accordingly!
4.2.6 Local Off
The LOCAL OFF in the UMX has the effect that value entries made via the control
elements are neither transmitted to the MIDI OUT socket nor to the USB OUT. It is
therefore possible in the LOCAL OFF mode, for example, to read just the rotary
controls without transmitting data to the generally selected external devices.
1) Press the ASSIGN push-button and hold it down.
2) Press the
LOCAL OFF
key.
3) Release the ASSIGN push-button again and complete the desired settings on
the control elements.
4) Then, press the ENTER key or the CANCEL key. The LED of the ASSIGN key
goes off in both cases and you are in normal play mode again.
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4.2.7 Control elements assignment
We explained in Chapter 4.2.2 how an individual channel can be assigned to
each control element. You will now find out how to assign new controllers and
a channel.
a) The assignment for rotary controls R1 – R8, the MODULATION
controller, the PITCH BEND wheel, as well as the DATA fader.
1) Press the ASSIGN push-button and hold it down.
2a)If you would like to assign one of the eight rotary controls, turn the
respective controller.
2b)If you assign the MODULATION controller, please activate one of the
keys located below the lettering MOD WHEEL ASSIGN , MODULA ,
VOLUME or CC
. You can bypass step 5, if you decide on the
MODULA or the VOLUME key. The MIDI controller “MODULATION”
(CC 1) or “CHANNEL VOLUME” (CC 7) is then directly assigned to
the MODULATION controller without having to enter a controller
number first.
2c) If you assign the PITCH BEND wheel, please activate one of the keys
located below the lettering PB WHEEL ASSIGN , PITCH BEND or
CC
. You can bypass step 5, if you decide on the PITCH BEND
key. The original pitch bend function is then directly assigned to the
PITCH BEND wheel.
2d) If you complete an assignment for the DATA fader, please activate
SLIDER ASSIGN
one of the keys located below the lettering
,
VOLUME or
CC
. You can bypass step 5 if you decide on the
VOLUME key. The original volume function is then directly assigned
to the DATA fader.
3) Release the ASSIGN push-button again.
4)Press one of the 16 channel push-buttons
CH 16
to define the channel.
CH 1
through
5)Press the number keys on the keyboard in sequence until you have
completely entered the desired controller number. Only value entries
between 0 and 127 are possible. Greater values are ignored by
the device.
Examples:
• Press keys
1
and
1
,
4
if you have decided on CC 14,
for example.
• Press keys
0
and
7
if you would like to
select CC 107.
6)Finally press the ENTER key. In order to discard your assignments,
please press the CANCEL key or press the ASSIGN push-button again.
The LED of the ASSIGN push button will go off in all 3 cases.
b) Assigning push-buttons B1 – B8 and the optional sustain pedal
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connected to the socket
.
1) Press the ASSIGN push-button and hold it down.
2) Press the related control element once (however, it is not necessary to
continue pressing it).
3) Release the ASSIGN push-button again.
4) Press one of the 16 channel push-buttons
CH 16
to define the channel.
CH 1
through
5) Press the number keys on the keyboard in sequence until you have
completely entered the desired controller number. Only value entries
between 0 and 127 are possible. Greater values are ignored by
the device.
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6) Finally, press the ENTER key. In order to discard your assignments,
please press the CANCEL key or press the ASSIGN push-button again.
The LED of the ASSIGN push button will go off in all 3 cases.
Please note two exceptions in conjunction with the push-buttons and/or the
sustain pedal.
◊ If you assign CC 07 (Channel Volume) to the push-buttons, a channel
volume of 0 is triggered each time you press the push-button.
This means the channel is always mute. This feature is very useful for
live operation.
◊ If you use controller CC 10 (panning) for the push-buttons or the
sustain pedal, pressing the control element transmits value 64.
This results in hearing the content of the channel in the center of the
stereo panorama.
4.2.8 Program and bank change
You have three different options achieving a program change in external devices
with the UMX. This is a very powerful function, which will enable you to use the
full spectrum of all of your sound producers. Options a) and b) will allow you to
select any programs by means of a defined selection procedure, which always
has to be completed. The process is generally accelerated in the third option
c), so that you will be able to directly select programs by pressing the pushbutton once.
a) If you are sure that you want to select from 128 different programs
only, you will achieve the ASSIGN mode program change by the
following method. As soon as the quantity of 128 is exceeded,
however, you must apply the process described under paragraph b).
1) Press the ASSIGN push-button and hold it down.
2) Press one of the 16 white channel keys CH 1 through CH 16
on the keyboard. You have now defined the channel by which the
program change will be transmitted.
3) Release the ASSIGN push-button.
4) Press the
key.
PROGRAM
5) Press the number keys in sequence until you have completely entered
the desired program number. Only value entries between 0 and 127 are
possible. Greater values are ignored by the device.
Examples:
• Press
1
and
5
if you have decided on program 15,
for example.
• Press
1
,
2
and
7
if you would like to select
program 127.
6) Press the ENTER key. In order to discard your assignments, please press
the CANCEL key or press the ASSIGN push button again. The ASSIGN LED
will go off in all 3 cases.
b) If you have more than 128 programs, you must apply the following
process to achieve a program change. In this case, your programs
will be organized in banks which are activated by a special MIDI
command: the BANK SELECT command. In the following section,
this command is briefly described. A brief introduction for this is
listed in the following:
The BANK SELECT command consists of two parts: an MSB part and an LSB part.
The MSB part describes a value range of 128 different values and is the more
important part of the DATA BASE SELECT command for many external devices.
The LSB part describes each of the 128 MSBs in another 128 individual stages.
Both are individually numbered from 0 to 127.
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The enormous value range of a total of 128 x 128 = 16,384 different values is
therefore available to you via the BANK SELECT command. This theoretically
means that you could use external devices which support the same amount of
different banks.
If you consider that each of these banks again contains another 128 individual
programs, you will receive the unbelievably large number of 2,097,152 different
options to organize these programs.
1) Press the ASSIGN push-button and hold it down.
2) Press one of the 16 channel keys
or press the GLOBAL key.
CH 1
through
CH 16
,
4) Press the BANK MSB key. Then press the number keys in sequence until
you have completely entered the desired BANK MSB number. Only value
entries between 0 and 127 are possible. Greater values are ignored by
the device.
The BANK MSB has now been defined.
and
1
3) Release the ASSIGN push-button again.
5) Press the PROG DIR key. Then press the number keys on the
keyboard in sequence until you have completely entered the desired
preset number. Only value entries between 0 and 127 are possible.
Greater values are ignored by the device.
6) Finally, press the ENTER key. In order to discard your assignments,
please select the CANCEL key or press the ASSIGN push-button again.
The ASSIGN LED will go off in all 3 cases.
both OCTAVE SHIFT push-buttons simultaneously, pressing both
push-buttons will not activate ANYTHING!
if you have decided on MSB 14,
4
for example.
,
1
and
0
if you would like to select
7
MSB 107.
5) Now define the BANK LSB by pressing the key. Then enter the number
value of the BANK LSB with the already familiar procedure (see step 4).
The same entry rules apply as for the BANK MSB.
You have defined the bank in which the desired program will be called
up in steps 4 and 5. Now all you have to define is the program itself:
6) Press the PROGRAM key and then press the number keys in sequence
until you have completely entered the desired program number.
Only entries between 0 and 127 are possible, greater values are ignored
by the device. Ready!
7) Finally, press the ENTER key. In order to discard your assignments,
please press the CANCEL key or press the ASSIGN push-button again.
The ASSIGN LED will go off in all 3 cases.
Example:
2) Press the channel key
CH 14
.
3) Release the ASSIGN push-button.
4) Then, press the
BANK LSB
and
BANK MSB
key or the
0
a) Transposition in individual semitone steps
b) Sequential scrolling in program libraries
c) Optional controller functions
◊ As soon as you assign a function to one of the two push-buttons,
the second push-button will automatically assume the same function,
however, it is still restricted in its functionality. It is not capable of
sending data until you assign a function to this push-button with the
ASSIGN procedure.
a) Transposition in individual semitone steps
key and then describe bank 25 with push-buttons
5
.
7) Press the ENTER key.
2) Press the
TRANSP +/-
key.
3) Release the ASSIGN push-button.
Pressing the right hand one of the two push-buttons causes a shift by one
semitone upward pressing the left hand one leads to a shift by one semitone
downward. Pressing both push-buttons cancels all transpositions.
key
6) Define the program: Press the PROGRAM key and then the
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The OCTAVE SHIFT push-buttons of the device are in their initial state every time
the UMX is switched on (see Table 3.1). Further special functions can be assigned
to both push-buttons in the ASSIGN mode in addition to the already covered
functions regarding direct program change and octave transposition:
4) Finally, press the ENTER key. In order to discard your assignments,
please press the CANCEL key or press the ASSIGN push-button again.
The ASSIGN LED will go off in all 3 cases.
1) Press and hold the ASSIGN push-button.
2
4.2.9 Other functions of the OCTAVE SHIFT buttons
1) Press the ASSIGN push-button and hold it down.
You want to select preset No. 49 in bank 25 of an external device on channel
14 via the UMX. Only the LSB will be used to describe the bank, since the bank
number remains less than 128. The MSB in this case equals 0.
5) Press
2) Select the OCTAVE SHIFT push-button which you want to assign to the
program change function.
◊ As soon as you have assigned the direct program selection to one or
Examples:
• Press
1) Press the ASSIGN push-button and hold it down.
4) Defined the channel by which the program change will be transmitted.
Press one of the 16 channel keys CH 1 through CH 16 on
the keyboard.
3) Release the ASSIGN push-button.
• Press
c) Direct program selection through the two OCTAVE SHIFT
push-buttons.
4
◊ A keyboard can consist of a maximum of 128 semitones according to
and
the MIDI standard. If you have reached the lower or upper end of this
tone range with the transposition function, you cannot exceed the
highest or lowest tone despite continued pressing of the transposition
push-button. This also applies to the transposition in octave steps.
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b) Sequential scrolling in program libraries.
4.2.10 Velocity Sensitivity
Most sound producers have the option to store presets in a separate bank
(frequently called a User Bank). If the sequence of songs to be played at a concert
is defined by your band, you can store all of the sounds used for the gig in the
User Bank in the sequence they occur in the concert and completely concentrate
on your playing. A cumbersome search for sounds in the sound producers is no
longer required thanks to the OCTAVE SHIFT push-buttons.
The sensitivity of the UMX can be regulated so that the velocity of the keys has an
effect on the volume level.
1) Press the ASSIGN push-button and hold it down.
2) Press the
PROG +/-
4) Finally, press the ENTER key. In order to discard your assignments,
please press the CANCEL key or press the ASSIGN push-button again.
The ASSIGN LED will go off in all 3 cases.
Pressing the right hand one of the two push-buttons now causes your external
device to switch one preset number upward to be switched upward in your
external device; pressing the left hand causes a step downward in your preset
library. By pressing both push-buttons you jump to Preset 0 in the current bank.
Please note that you must assign an individual MIDI channel to the OCTAVE SHIFT
push-buttons if you do not want to work in the GLOBAL CHANNEL (refer to
Chapter 4.2.2).
◊ In case of the stepwise search function, the channel assignment always
affects both the push-buttons. The assignment of a separate channel to
one of the 2 push-buttons is not supported.
c) Optional controller functions
Please note that the OCTAVE SHIFT push-buttons generate switch controllers in
the event of a controller assignment. One of the two values 0 or 127 will always
be produced.
◊ There are two exceptions: if you assign controller CC 07 (Channel
Volume) to the OCTAVE SHIFT push-buttons, pressing one of the pushbuttons will always generate the value 0. In case of controller CC 10
(panning), pressing a push-button will always produce the value 64.
◊ Please note that pressing both push-buttons simultaneously does not
generate anything when assigning a controller.
1) Press the ASSIGN button and keep it pressed.
2) Press the one of the two OCTAVE SHIFT buttons to which you want to
assign a controller.
3) Release the ASSIGN button.
4) Assign the channel. Press one of the 16 channel keys CH 1 to
CH 16 . You can assign each of both the OCTAVE SHIFT buttons to
an individual MIDI channel.
CC
key to be found under
BUTTON ASSIGN
.
6) Press the number keys on the keyboard to enter the controller number
of your choice (as described in Chapter 4.2.7).
7) Confirm your selection with ENTER. To discard your assignments either
press the CANCEL key or the ASSIGN button again. In all 3 cases the
ASSIGN LED goes out.
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2) Use the number keys to enter the keyboard velocity (see Table 4.1).
3) Release the ASSIGN button.
4) Confirm your selection with ENTER. To discard your assignments either press
the CANCEL key or the ASSIGN button again. In all 3 cases the ASSIGN LED
goes out.
key.
3) Release the ASSIGN push-button.
5) Press the
1) Press the ASSIGN button and keep it pressed.
Key
0
1
2
3
4-9
Effect on key velocity
OFF: velocity value is fixed to 110.
Change of key pressure has no effect on volume level.
SOFT: key pressure is very sensitive; low velocity changes create high changes
in volume level
MEDIUM: key pressure is “normal”; (very) hard hit notes are (very) loud,
(very) soft hit notes produce (very) low volume
HARD: key pressure is more unsusceptible compared to all other settings
invalid input
Table 4.1: Effect of RANGE definition on keyboard velocity
4.2.11 The FACTORY RESET command
To reset all settings on your UMX, proceed as follows:
1) Press the ASSIGN push-button and hold it down.
2a)To cause a temporary FACTORY RESET, simultaneously press both
OCTAVE SHIFT push-buttons. All temporarily changed control elements are
returned to their factory settings. The USER MEMORY, however, is retained
and will not be reset.
8
9
0
2b)Simultaneously press the
,
and
keys
to perform a complete FACTORY RESET. In this case, the USER memory
is also overwritten, in addition to resetting all control elements of the
FACTORY MEMORY.
3)Release the ASSIGN push-button again. The LED of the ASSIGN push-button
stays on.
4)Finally, press the ENTER key. If you do not wish to perform the RESET
command, please press either the CANCEL key or press the ASSIGN
push-button again.
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5. Specifications
USB Connections
Type
Type B; USB1.1
MIDI Connections
Type
5-pin DIN plug
Control Elements
Controller
1 control wheel with center reset
1 control wheel without center reset
8 rotary knobs
1 fader
Buttons
12 buttons
Keyboard
UMX610
61 keys; velocity-sensitive
UMX490
49 keys; velocity-sensitive
Switch Plug
Foot pedal
¼" mono jack with automatic
polarity recognition
Power Supply
USB
Battery
3 x 1.5 Volt (Type “AA”)
Power connector
2 mm DC jack, negative center
9 V, 100 mA DC, regulated
USA/Canada 120 V~, 60 Hz
China/Korea 220 V~, 50 Hz
UK/Australia 230 V~, 50 Hz
Europe 230 V~, 50 Hz
Japan 100 V~, 50–60 Hz
Power consumption
UMX610
max. 0.9 W
UMX490
max. 0.9 W
Dimensions/Weight
Dimensions (W x H x D)
UMX610
approx. 8 15/32 x 3 26/32 x 38 31/32"
approx. 215 x 97 x 990 mm
UMX490
approx. 8 15/32 x 3 26/32 x 32 15/32"
approx. 215 x 97 x 825 mm
Weight
UMX610
approx. 10 11/32 lbs. / 4.69 kg
UMX490
approx. 8 19/32 lbs. / 3.90 kg
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modifications may be made from time to time to existing products without prior notice. Specifications and
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6. Appendix
Standard MIDI Controller (CC) Numbers
00
Bank select
32
Bank select LSB
64
Damper Pedal (Sustain)
96
Data Entry +1 (Increment)
01
Modulation
33
Modulation LSB
65
Portamento On/Off
97
Data Entry -1 (Decrement)
02
Breath Controller
34
Breath Controller LSB
66
Sostenuto On/Off
98
NRPN LSB
03
Controller 3 (undefined)
35
Controller 35 (undefined)
67
Soft Pedal On/Off
99
NRPN MSB
04
Foot Controller
36
Foot Controller LSB
68
Legato Footswitch
100
RPN LSB
05
Portamento Time
37
Portamento Time LSB
69
Hold 2
101
RPN MSB
102
Controller 102 (undefined)
103
Controller 103 (undefined)
Sound Controller 1
(Sound Variation)
Sound Controller 2
(Resonance/Timbre)
06
Data Entry MSB
38
Data Entry LSB
70
07
Channel Volume
(formerly Main Volume)
39
Channel Volume LSB
(formerly Main Volume)
71
08
Balance
40
Balance LSB
72
Sound Controller 3 (Release Time)
104
Controller 104 (undefined)
09
Controller 9 (undefined)
41
Controller 41 (undefined)
73
Sound Controller 4 (Attack Time)
105
Controller 105 (undefined)
106
Controller 106 (undefined)
10
Pan
42
Pan LSB
74
Sound Controller 5
(Cut-off Frequency/Brightness)
11
Expression
43
Expression LSB
75
Sound Controller 6 (Decay Time)
107
Controller 107 (undefined)
12
Effect Control 1
44
Effect Control 1 LSB
76
Sound Controller 7 (Vibrato Rate)
108
Controller 108 (undefined)
13
Effect Control 2
45
Effect Control 2 LSB
77
Sound Controller 8 (Vibrato Depth)
109
Controller 109 (undefined)
14
Controller 14 (undefined)
46
Controller 46 (undefined)
78
Sound Controller 9 (Vibrato Delay)
110
Controller 110 (undefined)
15
Controller 15 (undefined)
47
Controller 47 (undefined)
79
Sound Controller 10 (undefined)
111
Controller 111 (undefined)
16
General Purpose 1
48
General Purpose 1 LSB
80
General Purpose 5
112
Controller 112 (undefined)
17
General Purpose 2
49
General Purpose 2 LSB
81
General Purpose 6
113
Controller 113 (undefined)
18
General Purpose 3
50
General Purpose 3 LSB
82
General Purpose 7
114
Controller 114 (undefined)
19
General Purpose 4
51
General Purpose 4 LSB
83
General Purpose 7
115
Controller 115 (undefined)
20
Controller 20 (undefined)
52
Controller 52 (undefined)
84
Portamento Control
116
Controller 116 (undefined)
21
Controller 21 (undefined)
53
Controller 53 (undefined)
85
Controller 85 (undefined)
117
Controller 117 (undefined)
22
Controller 22 (undefined)
54
Controller 54 (undefined)
86
Controller 86 (undefined)
118
Controller 118 (undefined)
23
Controller 23 (undefined)
55
Controller 55 (undefined)
87
Controller 87 (undefined)
119
Controller 119 (undefined)
24
Controller 24 (undefined)
56
Controller 56 (undefined)
88
Controller 88 (undefined)
120
All Sound Off
25
Controller 25 (undefined)
57
Controller 57 (undefined)
89
Controller 89 (undefined)
121
Reset All Controllers
26
Controller 26 (undefined)
58
Controller 58 (undefined)
90
Controller 90 (undefined)
122
Local Control On/Off
27
Controller 27 (undefined)
59
Controller 59 (undefined)
91
Effects 1 Depth (Reverb)
123
All Notes Off
28
Controller 28 (undefined)
60
Controller 60 (undefined)
92
Effects 2 Depth (Tremolo)
124
Omni Mode Off
29
Controller 29 (undefined)
61
Controller 61 (undefined)
93
Effects 3 Depth (Chorus)
125
Omni Mode On
30
Controller 30 (undefined)
62
Controller 62 (undefined)
94
Effects 4 Depth (Celeste/Detune)
126
Poly Mode Off/Mono Mode On
31
Controller 31 (undefined)
63
Controller 63 (undefined)
95
Effects 5 Depth (Phaser)
127
Poly Mode On/Mono Mode Off
Tab. 6.1: MIDI controller overview
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digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed
to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
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harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined
by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
Important information:
Changes or modifications to the equipment not expressly approved by MUSIC Group
can void the user’s authority to use the equipment.
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