Fantom G version 1.10 Supplementary Manual

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Fantom G version 1.10 Supplementary Manual
This manual explains the functions that have been added in version 1.10 of the Fantom G. Read this manual in conjunction with the Fantom G
owner’s manual.
Functions added in version 1.10
Undo function (p. 2)
Now you can undo the results of phrase editing (phrase modify/microscope) and phrase recording (realtime/step).
Rec Cancel function
When recording a song in real time (owner’s manual; p. 222), you can now cancel the recording when you stop recording.
Favorite Play screen (p. 3)
The “Favorite screen” (owner’s manual; p. 54) found in versions up to 1.03 is now named the “Favorite Edit” screen.
In addition to the “Favorite Edit” screen, where you can register sounds, there is also a new “Favorite Play” screen, where you can
recall sounds.
Multisamples (p. 4)
The Fantom G now supports “multisamples,” in which different samples are assigned to each key.
Other functions added (p. 8)
Controller reset
In Single mode (owner’s manual; p. 46), you can now hold down [SHIFT] and press [SINGLE] to reset the controllers.
Delete wallpaper
Wallpaper imported by the user (owner’s manual; p. 299) can now be deleted.
Input Setting screen
The Input Effect screen (owner’s manual; p. 259) is now shown on the Input Setting screen (p. 258).
Sample BPM calculation function (Sample Parameter screen)
A BPM calculation function has been added to the sample parameter screen (owner’s manual; p. 268).
Part group switching in the effect screen
In the effect screen (owner’s manual; p. 150), you can now switch the part group by holding down [SHIFT] and pressing the left/right
cursor buttons.
Shortcut to the modify screens
When the phrase modify menu (owner’s manual; p. 239) or the sample modify menu (owner’s manual; p. 269) is displayed, you can
jump to the respective modify screen by pressing a dynamic pad.
The Track Order can be stored
The Track Order in the Song screen (owner’s manual; p. 209) is now stored along with the song data.
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Undo function
This cancels the result of the following edit/recording operations, reverting to the original state.
• Phrase modify (owner’s manual; p. 239)
• Microscope (owner’s manual; p. 250)
• Phrase recording (realtime/step) (owner’s manual; p. 220)
1.
Perform the above editing or recording operation.
2.
Press [MENU].
3.
Press [F5 (Undo)].
Undo cancels the editing or recording operation that was performed immediately before you executed Undo. If Undo is not possible, the
button will be shown in gray and will be disabled.
4.
A window will ask you to confirm the Undo operation. To execute the Undo, press [F7 (OK)]. If you decide to cancel, press [F8
(CANCEL)].
The result of editing or recording will be cancelled, reverting to the original state.
Phrase edit (phrase modify/microscope) and phrase recording (realtime/step) allow you to Undo and Redo.
Song recording (realtime recording/audio recording) does not allow for a Redo. Once you carry out an Undo, the recorded result is
discarded, and cannot be redone.
Rec Cancel function
When recording a song in real time (owner’s manual; p. 222), you can now cancel the recording when you stop recording.
1.
Record as described in the procedure for Song Realtime Recording (owner’s manual; p. 222) or Audio Recording (owner’s manual;
p. 230).
2.
Press [STOP] to stop recording.
3.
A window will ask you to confirm the recording. If you want to keep the recorded result, press [F7 (OK)]. If you decide to cancel,
press [F8 (CANCEL)].
If you cancel, the recorded phrase (realtime recording) or sample (audio recording) will not be pasted into the song, nor will it be added to
the phrase list or sample list; it will be discarded.
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Favorite Play screen
What had been the “Favorite screen” (owner’s manual; p. 54) until version 1.03 is now called the “Favorite Edit” screen. In addition to the
“Favorite Edit” screen where you can register sounds, there is now a new “Favorite Play” screen in which you can recall sounds.
Recalling a sound from the Favorite Play screen
1.
Press [FAVORITE] so it’s lit.
Each time you press [FAVORITE], you will alternate between the Favorite Play screen ([FAVORITE] lit) and the Favorite Edit screen
([FAVORITE] blinking).
2.
Press
3.
Use [F1 (1)]–[F8 (8)] to select the step number that you want to recall.
If you want to select 9--16, hold down [SHIFT] and press [F1 (9)]–[F8 (16)].
or
to select the bank that you want to recall.
The selected sound will be recalled.
You can also select a step number by pressing
or
instead of step 3. In this case, the sound will not change until you press [ENTER].
Accessing the Favorite Edit screen
1.
Press [FAVORITE] twice so it’s blinking.
Each time you press [FAVORITE], you will alternate between the Favorite Play screen ([FAVORITE] lit) and the Favorite Edit screen
([FAVORITE] blinking).
For details on using the Favorite Edit screen, refer to pp. 54–57 in the owner’s manual.
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Multisample
“Multisamples,” which assign a different sample to each key, are now supported.
Creating a multisample
A “multisample” is a set of different samples assigned to the notes of the keyboard. One multisample can split up to 128 samples across the
keyboard. You can store 128 multisamples in user memory.
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In order to hear a multisample, you must assign it to a patch.
fig.msamj.eps
How patches, multisamples, and samples are related
Patch
TONE
Reference
1
2
3
4
Multisample
Sample
USER
USER
Multisample
Multisample
0
1
USER128
U2000
USER001
Note number 0–127
2
U0002
127
Reference
U0001
Sample
number
Creating a multisample in the Patch Edit screen
1.
Select the patch that you want to edit.
You should start by initializing the patch settings. (Owner’s Manual; p. 87)
You can’t create a multisample if the patch type is “Rhythm” or “Sample Set.“
2.
Press [PATCH] twice to get the Patch Pro Edit screen.
3.
Press [F1 (⇑)] or [F2 (⇓)] to select “Wave.”
4. Set the parameters as follows to assign the multisample to the desired Tone 1–4.
• Wave Group:
MSAM (Multisample waveforms)
• Wave Number. L (Mono): Multisample number
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For details on making this setting, refer to “How to Make Patch Settings” (Owner’s Manual; p. 86).
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If you want to use a stereo multisample, specify the same number for L and R.
5.
Press [F4 (Util Menu)].
The Song Utility Menu window will appear.
6.
Use
/
to choose “Multisample Edit,” and press [F8 (Select)].
The Multisample Edit window will appear.
7.
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8.
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9.
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Edit the multisample.
For details on editing, refer to “Editing a multisample” (p. 5).
Save the multisample.
In the Multisample Edit screen, press [WRITE] and save the multisample as directed by the screen that appears.
Save the patch.
For details on how to save the patch, refer to “Saving Patches You’ve Created (Write)” (Owner’s Manual; p. 88).
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Multisample
Editing a multisample
About the Multisample Edit screen
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Multisample Edit Screen
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If you hold down [SHIFT]
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2
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12
13
14 15 16 17
18
19
1.
Shows information about the patch.
14. Returns a multisample to the last-written state (p. 6).
2.
Shows the name of the multisample.
15. Erases all notes (p. 7).
3.
Indicates whether the multisample has been edited.
4.
16. Assigns a sample to the current zone
(p. 7).
Shows information about the current note.
5.
Indicates the original key of the sample.
17. Sorts samples in a multisample in the order of their original
key (p. 7).
6.
Shows a list of the samples assigned to the multisample.
18. Moves all samples to left or right (p. 7).
7.
Changes the multisample assigned to a tone (p. 6).
19. Moves the data of the current zone to left or right (p. 7).
8.
Erases the data from the selected region of notes (p. 6).
9.
Assigns a sample to the selected region
(p. 6).
10. Copies a sample from a key to another key (p. 6).
11. Specifies the original key of the sample
(p. 7).
12. Opens the Tone Switch/Select window
(p. 6).
13. Moves the split point (p. 6).
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Multisample
Selecting the notes to edit
1.
Press the keyboard to select the sample you want to edit.
You can select a region by pressing two notes.
You can also make your selection by turning the VALUE dial,
Copying a sample from a key to
another key (Copy)
Here’s how the sample assigned to a note can be copied to a different
note of the keyboard.
1.
by using
, or by using [INC][DEC]. In this case, hold
down [SHIFT] to select a region of notes.
In the Multisample Edit screen, press the key to which the
copy-source sample is assigned.
You can also select the note by using VALUE dial,
, or
[INC][DEC].
The Sample Data area shows information about the sample
assigned to the current note.
Changing the multisample
assigned to a tone (List)
Here’s how you can change the multisample that’s assigned to the
current tone.
1.
2.
Press [F4 (Copy)] so it lights in red.
3.
Press the copy-destination key.
If you specify a region by pressing more than one key, the data
will be copied to the region between the lowest and highest
keys you press.
4.
Take your hand off the keyboard.
[F4 (Copy)] will go dark, and you will return to the normal
Multisample Edit screen.
In the Multisample Edit screen, press [F1 (List)].
The Multisample List window will open.
The buttons have the following functions.
• VALUE dial,
, [INC][DEC]
Change the number of the multisample to be assigned.
• [F7 (Cancel)] or [EXIT]
Cancel the operation and return to the previous screen.
• [F8 (Select)]
Assigns the selected multisample to the current tone, and return
to the previous screen.
Opening the Tone Switch/Select
window (Tone Sw/Sel)
1.
Erasing the data from the selected
region of notes (Erase)
1.
In the Multisample Edit screen, press [F2 (Erase)].
The data for the selected region of notes will be erased.
In the Multisample Edit screen, press [F6 (Tone Sw/Sel)].
The Tone Switch/Select window will open.
This is the same as when you press [F8 (Tone Sw/Sel)] in the
Single Play screen.
2.
Press [EXIT] to close the window.
Moving the split point (Split Point)
Assigning a sample to the selected
region (Assign)
The “Split Point” is the boundary between zones (p. 7).
1.
1.
In the Multisample Edit screen, press [F3 (Assign)].
The Sample List window will appear, allowing you to assign
the selected sample to the selected region.
In the Multisample Edit screen, press [F7 (Split⇐)][F8
(Split⇒)].
The split point of the selected sample and the adjacent sample
will move to left or right.
The buttons have the following functions.
• [F6 (Preview)]
Auditions the sample.
• [F7 (EXIT)] or [EXIT]
Cancel the operation and return to the previous screen.
• [F8 (Select)]or [ENTER]
Selects the sample and return to the Multisample Edit screen.
Returning a multisample to the
last-written state (Reload)
Here’s how you can return the currently edited multisample to the
state in which it was last written.
1.
In the Multisample Edit screen, hold down [SHIFT] and
press [F1 (Reload)].
A screen will ask you for confirmation.
2.
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Press [F7 (OK)].
If you decide to cancel, press [F8 (CANCEL)].
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Multisample
The buttons have the following functions.
Erasing all notes (Erase All)
• VALUE dial, [INC][DEC]
Change the original key of the sample assigned to the current
note.
Here’s how to erase all notes.
• [F7 (Preview)]
1.
In the Multisample Edit screen, hold down [SHIFT] and
press [F2 (Erase All)].
A screen will ask you for confirmation.
2.
Press [F7 (OK)].
If you decide to cancel, press [F8 (CANCEL)].
Replacing the sample of the
current zone (Sample Select)
A “zone” is a region to which the same sample is assigned. Here’s
how to assign a sample to the currently selected zone (the “current
zone”).
1.
In the Multisample Edit screen, hold down [SHIFT] and
press [F3 (Sample Select)].
The Sample List window will appear, allowing you to assign
the selected sample to the current zone.
The buttons have the following functions.
The sample will play at its current original key while you
continue holding down the button.
• [F8 (Close)]
Closes the Sample Original Key window.
• Keyboard
When you play the keyboard, the original key of the sample
assigned to the most recently pressed note will be displayed.
2.
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Save the sample whose original key you changed.
For details on saving a sample, refer to “Saving a Sample” (Owner’s
Manual; p. 274).
Sorting samples in the order of
their original key (Sort)
This operation reassigns all samples currently assigned to the
multisample, so that they are placed in the order of their original key
setting. (This produces the same result as Create Multisample.)
• [F7 (EXIT)] or [Exit]
Cancel the operation and return to the previous screen.
1.
In the Multisample Edit screen, hold down [SHIFT] and
press [F4 (Sort)].
A screen will ask you for confirmation.
2.
Press [F7 (OK)].
If you decide to cancel, press [F8 (CANCEL)].
• [F6 (Preview)]
Auditions the sample.
• [F8 (Select)] or [ENTER]
Selects the sample and return to the Multisample Edit screen.
Specify the original key (Original
Key) of the sample
Moving all samples to left or right
(Shift)
Samples you record or import are set so that they will play at their
original pitch when you press the C4 note.
Here’s how all samples assigned to notes can be shifted to the left or
right.
In order to correctly match the key of the sample to the keyboard,
you must modify the “original key” of the sample.
1.
For example, if you sampled a sound whose pitch was E4, you’ll
need to change its “original key” setting to E4 so that it will play at
its original pitch when you press the E4 note of the keyboard.
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1.
A sample will not play more than two octaves higher than its original
key.
In the Multisample Edit screen, press [F5 (Original Key)].
The Sample Original Key window will open.
In the Multisample Edit screen, hold down [SHIFT] and
press [F5 (⇐)][F6 (⇒)].
Moving the data of the current
zone to left or right (Move)
Here’s how the sample of the current zone can be moved to left or
right.
1.
In the Multisample Edit screen, hold down [SHIFT] and
press [F7 (⇐)][F8 (⇒)].
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Other added functions
Switch part groups in the
effect screen
Controller reset
In Single mode (owner’s manual; p. 46), you can now hold down
[SHIFT] and press [SINGLE] to reset the controllers.
In the effect screen (owner’s manual; p. 150), you can now hold
In addition to controllers such as bender, modulation, and pedals,
the values of the following part parameters will also be initialized.
down [SHIFT] and press
Cutoff Offset, Resonance Offset, Attack Time Offset, Release
Time Offset, Decay Time Offset, Vibrato Rate, Vibrato Depth,
Vibrato Delay
Delete wallpaper
2.
Turn the VALUE dial to select the image that you want to
delete. Press [F2 (Delete)].
A confirmation window will appear.
3.
Press [F7 (OK)].
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or
.
Shortcut to the modify
screens
Wallpaper imported by the user (owner’s manual; p. 299) can now
be deleted.
Access the Wallpaper screen (owner’s manual; p. 299).
to switch the part group.
In the Studio Play screen (owner’s manual; p. 67) as well, you
can now switch the part group by holding down [SHIFT] and
pressing
1.
or
When the phrase modify menu (owner’s manual; p. 239) or sample
modify menu (owner’s manual; p. 269) is displayed, you can press a
dynamic pad to jump to the respective modify screen.
The Track Order can be
stored
If you decide to cancel, press [F8 (CANCEL)].
The Track Order in the Song screen (owner’s manual; p. 209) is now
stored along with the song data.
You can’t delete wallpaper that was provided as part of the
factory settings.
Input Setting screen
The Input Effect screen (owner’s manual; p. 259) is now displayed on
the Input Setting screen (p. 258).
Step 2 of “Input Effect Setup” (owner’s manual; p. 259) is now
unnecessary.
Sample BPM calculation
function
(Sample Parameter screen)
A BPM calculation function has been added to the sample parameter
screen (owner’s manual; p. 268).
1.
Access the Sample Parameter screen (owner’s manual; p.
268).
2.
Press [F5 (BPM Calc)] to open the BPM Calc window.
3.
Enter the sample’s length (Measure) and time signature
(Beat).
4.
Press [F8 (Execute)] to calculate the tempo and enter the
value in the BPM field of the Sample Parameter screen.
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