SYSTEM-1 Update

SYSTEM-1 Update
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SYSTEM-1 Update
Contents of Ver. 1.20
MEMORY BANK function
Additional settings that can be registered in memory
Now you can use eight banks, allowing you to store a total of 64
patch memories (8 patch memories x 8 banks).
The settings of the following SCATTER controllers can now be
registered in memory.
77Switching banks
1. If you’re operating in SYSTEM-1 mode, long-press the
Controllers
[ARPEGGIO] button
[ARP TYPE] knob
[ARP STEP] knob
[SCATTER] jog shuttle
[TYPE] dial
[KEY HOLD] button
OCTAVE [DOWN] [UP] button
[SYSTEM-1] button. If you’re operating in PLUG-OUT
mode, long-press the [PLUGOUT] button.
The memory button corresponding to the currently selected bank
number blinks.
2. Press a memory [1]–[8] button to switch the bank.
* Even after you switch the bank, the sound prior to switching
banks continues to be heard until you press a memory button to
switch sounds.
With the settings of Ver.1.20, the state of the above controllers
is registered in memory. If you don’t want the state of these
controllers to be registered, you can change the setting as follows.
77Changing the memory registration method
Basic waveforms added to OSC 1/OSC 2
Here’s how to specify whether the state of the SCATTER controllers
is registered in memory.
To select the basic waveforms that were added, hold down the
[LEGATO] button and turn the OSC 1/OSC 2 waveform knob.
1. Turn on the power while holding down the [SYSTEM-1]
We have added MIDI control changes that allow you to select the
previously existing basic waveforms and the newly added basic
waveforms.
button.
The [ARPEGGIO] button blinks.
2. Press the memory [4] button to change the setting.
The newly added basic waveforms
Name
Corresponding waveform
knob position
Lit
Unlit
T
U
S
Noise Saw
Logic Operation
FM
3. Press the [ARPEGGIO] button to save the setting.
FM + Sync
Vowel
CB
OSC 1 added waveform
OSC 2 added waveform
Registered
Not registered
CC #105
CC #106
Hold function for Scatter Depth
Now you can hold the Scatter Depth by pressing the [KEY HOLD]
button.
77Holding the Scatter Depth
1. Turn on the [ARPEGGIO] button to enable Scatter.
2. While operating the [SCATTER] jog shuttle, press the [KEY
HOLD] button.
77Cancelling the Hold function for Scatter Depth
Hold is cancelled when you once again operate the [SCATTER] jog
shuttle.
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SYSTEM-1 Update
Contents of Ver. 1.12
Added memory volume function
Added coarse tuning method
By holding down the [TEMPO SYNC] button and turning the [TYPE]
dial, you can specify the volume for each patch memory.
Now you can adjust the coarse tuning using either of the following
two methods.
55 Hold down the [RING] and [SYNC] buttons simultaneously, and
turn the SCATTER [TYPE] dial.
Master tune setting
55 Hold down the [RING] and [SYNC] buttons simultaneously, and
turn the OSC2 [TUNE] knob (added).
Now you can use the following procedure to adjust the master
tuning.
1. While holding down the [SYSTEM-1] button, turn on the
power.
2. While holding down the [HOLD] button, use the jog dial to
adjust the setting.
OCTAVE [DOWN] [UP] buttons lit
Only the [UP] button lit
Only the [DOWN] button lit
440 Hz (default value)
440 + (SCATTER LED number) Hz
440 - (SCATTER LED number) Hz
e.g.)
If the [UP] button and the SCATTER LED (2) are lit, the setting is 442
Hz.
Contents of Ver. 1.11
The plug-out function was improved
Problems fixed
We have improved the plug-out function in order to support the
SH-2 PLUG-OUT Software Synthesizer.
Fixed the problem that had caused the effect of the [COLOR] knob
to differ according to the pitch when using Sawtooth wave 2, Square
wave 2, or Triangle wave 2.
Improved ARPEGGIO tempo synchronization
Fixed the problem that had caused notes to be held even when [KEY
HOLD] was turned off under the conditions of MODEL = PLUG-OUT,
ENV TRIG = GATE or LFO, and note = C#5 or higher.
The following MIDI control changes are now supported
BEND RANGE
COARSE TUNE
CC #41
CC #87
* Pitch bend sensitivity RPN 00 (MSB) 00 (LSB) is not supported.
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SYSTEM-1 Update
Contents of Ver. 1.10
Take a snapshot of all controllers.
Data backup/restore
Pressing and holding the [MANUAL] button executes batch output
as Control Change messages of setting information for the volume
knob, sliders, and buttons.
77Backup
1. Hold down [ARPEGGIO] and switch on the power.
2. Connect your computer to the SYSTEM-1’s USB port via
Improved the LPF CUTOFF resolution
USB cable.
The increment size of “LPF CUTOFF” when “MODE = SYSTEM-1” was
modified.
3. Open the “SYSTEM-1” drive folder on your computer.
4. Copy the SYSTEM-1 Memory files in “BACKUP” folder into
your computer.
The behavior of the volume knob or sliders were improved
SYSTEM-1
PLUGOUT
The plug-out function was improved
SYSTEM1_PATCH1.PRM - SYSTEM1_PATCH64.PRM
PLUGOUT_PATCH1.PRM - PLUGOUT_PATCH64.PRM
5. After copying is completed, disconnect the USB cable.
Change pitch bend range
Windows 8/7
Right-click on the “SYSTEM-1” icon in “My Computer” and execute
“Eject.”
Turn the [TYPE] knob while holding down the [LEGATO] button.
* The range is from 1 to 24.
Mac OS
e.g.)
Drag the “SYSTEM-1” icon to the Trash icon in the Dock.
The range is 12 when “10” and “2” are on.
The range is 24 when “10” blinks and “4” is on.
6. Turn the SYSTEM-1 power off.
77Restore
1. Hold down [ARPEGGIO] and switch on the power.
MIDI Local On/Off and MIDI Controller mode
Turn the [TYPE] knob while holding down the [SYSTEM-1] button
and the [PLUG-OUT] button.
2. Connect your computer to the SYSTEM-1’s USB port via
It produces sound through any operation
including external MIDI message.
It produces sound only through external
LOCAL OFF (“1” blinks)
MIDI message.
It doesn’t produce sound through any
MIDI CONTROLLER (“3” blinks)
operation, only outputs MIDI message.
LOCAL ON (“2” blinks)
USB cable.
3. Open the “SYSTEM-1” drive folder on your computer.
4. Copy the SYSTEM-1 memory files into the “RESTORE” folder.
5. After copying is completed, disconnect the USB cable.
Windows 8/7
Right-click on the “SYSTEM-1” icon in “My Computer” and execute
“Eject.”
Mac OS
Drag the “SYSTEM-1” icon to the Trash icon in the Dock.
6. After the OCTAVE [DOWN][UP] buttons have completely
stopped blinking, turn off the power.
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