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Using External Memories
If you install separately available external memory or a floppy disk drive, you'll be
If connecting an optional
able to save songs you've recorded and listen to commercially available music data.
floppy disk drive, substitute
■ Connecting and Ejecting a External Memory
“floppy disk” wherever the
term “external memory”
appears here.
1.
Press the External Memory port cover and open the cover.
Press the cover in; the cover will open.
NOTE
Use external memory available
from Roland. Proper
functioning cannot be
2.
Connect the external memory to the External Memory port.
3.
Press the cover in again to close the cover.
guaranteed if other external
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memory products are used.
* Always keep the Ext Memory port cover closed except when connecting and
disconnecting external memory.
Locking the External Memory Port Cover
When connecting external memory (sold separately), you can lock the memory port
cover to prevent theft of the connected external memory.
1.
Connect the external memory to the external memory port.
2.
Press the External Memory port cover to close the cover.
NOTE
3.
s
Secure the lock using the anti-theft lock screws included with the
Take care not to lose the anti-
instrument.
theft lock screws. Also be sure
to use only the included
screws to secure the anti-theft
lock.
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■ Formatting Media (Format)
NOTE
The process of preparing external memory or disks so that they can be used with the
When a external memory is
KR-107 is called “initialization” (formatting).
initialized, all of the data
In certain cases, particularly with floppy disks, the media is formatted for a specific
saved on the external
type of device. If the media format does not match the KR-107's, you will not be able
memory is erased. If you’re
to use that media with the KR-107.
formatting a used external
memory for reuse, be sure to
check first to make sure the
external memory doesn’t
contain any data you don’t
want to lose.
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NOTE
Connect the external memory to the external memory port.
2.
Press the [Song/File] button.
3.
Touch <File>.
When initializing floppy disks,
check to make sure that the
disk's write protect tab is slid
to the “write” position.
A “File screen” like the one below appears.
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NOTE
Do not eject the floppy disk
while data is being read from
or written to the disk. This
may scratch the disk's
magnetic surface, rendering
the disk unusable. (The disk
drive's indicator lights
brightly while data is being
read from or written to the
disk. At all other times, the
indicator is lit more dimly, or
4.
Touch <Format>.
is not lit at all.)
The following screen appears.
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NOTE
Do not remove the storage
media until the initialization is
completed.
Press the [Exit] button to go back to the previous screen.
5.
Touch <Media> ** ** to select the storage media to be initialized.
6.
Touch <Execute>.
A confirmation screen appears. If you want to quit the initialization, touch <Cancel>.
7.
NOTE
Touch <OK>.
Initialization of the external memory begins.
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When initialization is completed, you’re returned to the previous screen.
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If “Error” appears on screen,
take a look at “Error
Messages” (p. 169).
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Saving Songs
Substitute the words “floppy
A recorded performance is discarded when you switch off the power or choose
disk drive” for “external
another song. Storing recorded performances and other data to external memories
memory” if using a separately
or the Favorites is called “saving.” Be sure to save important songs to external
purchased floppy disk drive.
memories or Favorites.
What are “Favorites?”
When using a new strage
You can register songs you are currently practicing or particularly like to
media, first initialize (format)
“Favorites,” allowing you to select these songs easily (p. 68).
the external memory on the
When you register a song on a external memory to Favorites, you can then play back
KR. Take a look at “Formatting
the song without connecting the external memory to the external memory connector.
Media (Format)” (p. 99).
If a recorded performance is saved to Favorites, the performance won’t be erased
when the power is turned off.
NOTE
Some commercially available
music files cannot be saved
Preparations for Saving Data
When saving to external memories, connect the external memory to the external
because they are copy
protected.
memory port.
Press the [Song/File] button.
2.
Touch <File>.
When saving to floppy disks,
first check to make sure that
the floppy disk’s protect tab is
3.
Touch <Save>.
set to the “Write” position
(p.*).
The following “Save Song screen” appears.
fig.d-songsave.eps_60
If not handled with care, a
floppy disk can be damaged,
or the data on it become
corrupted, making playback
impossible. We recommend
saving your songs on two
different floppy disks.
When you want to clear all of
the content saved to the
“Favorites” and restore the
settings to the original factory
condition on the KR, refer to
“Formatting the User
Memory” (p. 150).
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Determining the name of the song to be saved
4.
Touch <Rename>.
The following “Rename screen” appears.
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When you touch
, the cursor moves.
When you touch the icon for the letter or character to be input, the character appears
at the cursor location. For example touching <ABC> in succession cycles you
through the available choices in that character group (“A”→”B”→”C”...).
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Each touch of <A-a-0-!> cycles the type of characters through “English (upper case),”
“English (lower case),” “numerals,” “symbols,” then back to “English (upper case).”
When you touch <Del>, the character at the cursor position is deleted.
When you touch <Ins>, a space is inserted at the cursor position.
5.
When you have finished with the name, press the [Exit] button.
Determining the Save Destination
6.
Touch <Media>
to select the save-destination storage media.
Touch <Disk> if you are saving to a external memory; touch <Favorites> if you are
saving to Favorites.
7.
Touch <File>
to select the save-destination song number.
If a song name is displayed with a number a song is already saved to that number.
If you select a number with a previously saved song and then proceed to save a new
song, the previously saved song will be erased. If you do not want to lose a saved
song, select a number with no song name indicated in the save-destination column.
Selecting the Save Setting (when saving to external memories)
8.
Touch <Save Setting>.
9.
Touch “Tone Compatibility”
format.
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to select the tone compatibility
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Some Tones are unique to the KR. Data that is recorded using these tones may not
play back correctly on other Roland Digital Pianos or Music Players. When you want
to save data so that it can be played back on another devices, save the data with
“MT” set as the Tone compatibility format.
Explanation
Display
KR
The song is saved as data capable of reproducing
performances with richness of expression using this
unit’s special Tones.
MT
Data is saved in a form that can also be played on the
Roland Digital Pianos or Music Players other than this
unit.
You can listen to songs saved in this format on the
Roland HP-G/R series and KR series keyboards as
well as on Roland MT series devices.
Tone
Compati
bility
<Note>
When data saved with “MT” as the Tone compatibility format is played back on this
instrument, some of the nuances that were part of the performance at the time the
data was recorded may be altered.
Even with data saved with “MT” as the Tone compatibility format, an exact
reproduction of the original performance may be unobtainable when using GS
10.Touch <File Format>
to select the file format.
NOTE
Depending on the playback
The resulting file format will be different depending on whether <Save> or <As
instrument, some notes may
SMF> is chosen, as described below.
drop out or sound different.
Display
Explanation
Save
Saves the song in this unit’s format. You can listen to
songs saved in this format on the Roland HP-G/R
series and KR series keyboards as well as on Roland
MT series devices. This format is called “i-format”.
Save As
SMF
Saves the song as an SMF (Standard MIDI Files). Songs
saved in this SMF format can be listened to on many
instruments that can play SMF music files (p. 183).
A song recorded using commercial music files can’t be
saved in “Save As SMF” format for reasons of
copyright protection.
File
Format
NOTE
Never turn off the power
while the saving operation is
in progress. Doing so will
damage the KR’s internal
memory, making it unusable.
11.Press the [Exit] button.
Save
It’s a good idea to get into the
12.Touch <OK> to start saving.
The time required for saving ranges from several seconds to half a minute or more.
habit of moving the writeprotect tab on the floppy disk
to the “Protect” position when
you’ve finished saving your
Don’t take the external memory out of the external memory port until the saving
data. Keeping the tab at
process is finished.
“Protect” prevents operations
Press the [Exit] button to return to the Song File screen.
that could erase your songs by
mistake.
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Deleting Saved Songs
This deletes songs that have been saved on external memories, or to Favorites.
To delete a song on a external memory, first connect the external memory to the
external memory port.
1.
Press the [Song/File] button.
2.
Touch <File>.
The “Song File screen” appears.
3.
Touch <Delete>.
A “Delete Song screen” appears.
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4.
Touch <Media>
5.
Touch <File>
6.
Touch <Execute>.
to select the storage media.
to select the song to be deleted.
The selected song is deleted.
NOTE
Never turn off the power
while the operation is in
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Do not eject the external memory from the external memory port until the operation
progress. Doing so will
is finished.
damage the KR’s internal
Press the [Exit] button to return to the Song File screen.
memory, making it unusable.
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Copying Songs on External Memories
to Favorites
You can take songs saved on external memories and copy them to Favorites.
You can also copy songs in Favorites to external memories.
1.
Connect the external memory with the song to be copied to the external
memory port.
2.
Press the [Song/File] button.
3.
Touch <File>.
4.
Touch <Copy>.
The following “Copy Song screen” appears.
fig.d-songcopy.eps_60
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Specifying the Copy Source
5.
Touch the <Media>
6.
Touch the <File>
to select the copy source storage media.
to select the song you want to copy.
When “Copy All” is selected, all of the songs on the external memory are copied to
Favorites.
Specifying the Copy Destination
7.
Touch <Favorites>
to select the copy destination for the
song.
If a song name is displayed with a number, a song is already saved to that number.
If you select a number with previously saved song data and proceed to copy to that
location, the previously saved song will be erased. If you don’t want to erase a
previously saved song, choose a number with no song name appears in the
destination column.
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8.
Touch <Execute>.
Do not eject the external memory from the external memory port until the copy is
finished.
The song from the external memory is copied to Favorites.
■ Copying Songs Saved in Favorites to External
Memories
NOTE
Never turn off the power
while the operation is in
progress. Doing so will
damage the KR’s internal
memory, making it unusable.
Songs that’ve been saved to Favorites can be copied onto external memories.
In this case, in the “Copy Song screen” in Step 4 above, touch the arrow icon in the
center to point the arrow upwards. This sets the KR to copy the song in Favorites to
the external memory.
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fig.d-songcopy2.eps_60
The rest of the procedure is identical to that used for copying songs from external
memories to Favorites.
Some song data cannot copy
because they are copy
protected.
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Chapter 6 User Program Registration
Saving Performance Settings
(User Program)
Determining the name of the User Programs
4. Touch <Rename>.
A “Rename screen” like the following appears.
Any collection of settings, including those describing the
current status of your data selections or settings Automatic
Accompaniment, can be saved to the [User Program] button.
You can then call up the stored settings by pressing the [User
Program] button. Saving your preferred combinations of
Music Styles and Tones, as well as other frequently used
settings, makes it more convenient.
fig.d-upgname.eps_50
You can register up to 36 User Programs to the KR.
fig.panel_UPG
When you touch
, the cursor moves.
When you touch the icon for the character to be input,
the character appears of the cursor potion.
For example, touching the <ABC> icon in succession
→ For more on what can be registered to a User Program, refer to
“Parameters Stored in the User Program” (p. 182).
1. Set the Music Style, Tone, and other data until the
settings are the way you want them.
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2. Press the [User Program] button.
A “User Program screen” like the one shown below
appears.
fig.d-upg.eps_50
cycles you through the available choices in that character
group (A→B→C→A...).
Each touch of <A-a-0-!> cycles the type of characters
through “English (upper case),” “English (lower case),”
“numerals,” “symbols,” then back to “English (upper
case).”
When you touch <Del>, the character at the cursor
position is deleted.
When you touch <Ins>, a space is inserted at the cursor
position.
5. When you have finished with the name, press the [Exit]
button.
You’re returned to the Write User Program screen.
Determining the write destination
6. Touch
to select the write-destination
number.
3. Touch <Write>.
A “Write User Program screen” like the following
appears.
fig.d-upgwrite.eps_50
7. Touch <Write>.
The confirmation message appears.
8. Touch <OK>.
The current performance settings are saved to the [User
Program] button.
* Never turn off the power while the display indicates
<Writing...>. Doing so will damage the KR’s internal
memory, making it unusable.
→ You can restore the content registered to the [User Program]
button to the original factory settings. Refer to “Restoring the
Factory Settings (Factory Reset)” (p. 148).
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Calling Up Saved User
Programs
You can easily call up settings saved to the [User Program]
button.
1. Press the [User Program] button.
The “User Program screen” appears.
Touch the scroll bar and drag up or down to scroll
through the screen and display other options.
Touch the page icons to change pages.
2. Touch the name of the User Program you want to call
Saving the User Program Sets
You can take the 36 User Programs saved to the [User
Program] button and save them as a set to a floppy disk, or to
user memory.
When saving to an external memory, first connect an external
memory to the external memory port.
→ For more on working with the disk drive, refer to “Using
External Memories” (p. 98).
1. Press the [User Program] button.
2. Touch <File>.
3. Touch <Save>.
up.
When you touch the name of the User Program, the
buttons or other performance settings instantly change
to the previously saved settings.
A “Save User Program screen” like the following
appears.
fig.d-upgsave.eps_50
■ Changing the Way User
Programs Are Called Up
When calling up User Programs, you can prevent the settings
for Automatic Accompaniment from switching by not
touching the touch screen for a few moments.
1. Press the [User Program] button.
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2. Press the [Option] button in the lower part of the
screen.
Giving a name to a set of User Programs
A settings screen like the following appears.
fig.d-upgopt.eps_50
4. Touch <Rename>.
The Rename screen appears.
When you touch
, the cursor moves.
When you touch the icon for the character to be input,
the character appears at the cursor position. For example
touching the <ABC> icon in succession cycles you
through the available choices in that character group
(A→B→C→A...).
3. Touch <Instant> or <Delayed> to select the setting.
Display
Explanation
Instant
Immediately after a User Program name is
touched, the Automatic Accompaniment
settings also switch.
Delayed
The Automatic Accompaniment settings
switch after you touch and road the User
Program name for a few moments.
Each touch of <A-a-0-!> cycles the type of characters
through “English (upper case),” “English (lower case),”
“numerals,” “symbols,” then back to “English (upper
case).”
When you touch <Del>, the character at the cursor
position is deleted.
When you touch <Ins>, a space is inserted at the cursor
position.
5. When you have finished with the name, press the [Exit]
button.
Press the [Exit] button to return to the User Program
screen.
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Determining the save destination
6. Touch <MEdia>
to select the save-
destination strage media.
Touch <Disk> if you are saving to a floppy disk; touch
<User> if you are saving to user memory.
7. Touch <File>
to select the save-
destination User Program number.
If a User Program set name is displayed, a User Program
set saved to that saved to that number is already.
If you select a number with previously saved User
Program set data, then save a new set of data to that
same number, the older User Program set will be
deleted. If you don’t want to lose any previously saved
User Programs, select a number in the save-destination
column that does not yet have a name.
Save
8. Touch <Save> to begin the save.
Press the [Exit] button to return to the User Program File
screen.
■ Loading Saved User Program
Sets
User Programs that have been saved on floppy disks or in
user memory can be called up, on an individual set basis, to
the [User Program] button.
* Note that calling up these User Programs results in the
deletion of all User Programs currently recorded to the [User
Program] button.
When loading a set of User Programs from an external
memory, first connect the external memory to the external
memory port.
→ For more on working with the external memory, refer to
“Using External Memories” (p. 98).
1. Press the [User Program] button.
2. Touch <File>.
3. Touch <Load>.
A “Load User Program screen” like the following
appears.
fig.d-upgload.eps_50
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* Never turn off the power or eject the external
memory from the external memory port while the
operation is in progress. Doing so will damage the
KR’s internal memory, making it unusable.
→ When clearing the set of saved User Programs, refer to
“Deleting Saved User Program Sets” (p. 110).
Specifying the set of User Programs to be
loaded
4. Touch <
><
> to select the storage media to be
read from.
5. Touch the name of User Program to load.
6. Touch <Load>.
The confirmation message appears.
7. Touch <OK>.
The selected User Programs are loaded to the [User
Program] button.
* Never turn off the power or eject the external
memory from the external memory port while the
operation is in progress. Doing so will damage the
KR’s internal memory, making it unusable.
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Deleting Saved User
Program Sets
You can delete individual User Program sets saved to
external memories or in user memory.
When deleting a set of User Programs on an external
memory, first connect the external memory to the external
memory port.
→ For more on working with the external memory, refer to
“Using External Memories” (p. 98).
Copying Sets of User Programs on
Floppy Disks to the User Memory
You can copy sets of User Programs saved on external
memories and to user memory.
You can also copy sets of User Programs saved in user
memory and to external memories.
1. Insert the external memory with the settings to be
copied in the disk drive.
2. Touch the [User Program] button.
1. Press the [User Program] button.
3. Touch <File>.
2. Touch <File>.
4. Touch <Copy>.
3. Touch <Delete>.
A “Delete User Program screen” like the following
appears.
A “Copy User Programs screen” like the following
appears.
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Specifying the copy source
4. Touch <Media>
to select the strage
media.
5. Touch
to select the set of User Programs
to be deleted.
6. Touch <Delete>.
A screen like the one shown below appears.
fig.msg_filedel
5. Touch <Media>
to select the strage
media.
6. Touch <File>
to select the set of User
Programs you want to copy.
When “All” is selected, all of the sets of User Programs
on the floppy disk are copied to user memory.
Specifying the copy destination
7. Touch <User>
to select the copy
destination for the set of User Programs.
7. Touch <OK>.
The selected User Programs are deleted.
Touching <Cancel> cancels deleting the file.
* Never turn off the power or eject the external
memory from the external memory port while the
operation is in progress. Doing so will damage the
KR’s internal memory, making it unusable.
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If a User Program name is displayed, already a User
Program saved to that number is already.
If you select a number with User Programs data, and
then copy data to that number, the previously saved
User Programs are deleted. If you do not want to delete
the saved User Programs, select a number in the savedestination column for which no name is displayed.
8. Touch <Execute>.
The set of User Programs on the floppy disk is saved to
user memory.
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* Never turn off the power or eject the external
memory from the external memory port while the
operation is in progress. Doing so will damage the
KR’s internal memory, making it unusable.
■ Coping Sets of User Programs
Stored in the User Memory to
Floppy Disks
You can take User Program sets saved in user memory and
copy them to floppy disks.
In this case, in the Copy User Programs screen in Step 4
above, touch the large arrow icon in the center to get the
arrow to point up. This sets the KR to copy the User Program
set in the user memory to the floppy disk.
The rest of the procedure is identical to that used for copying
sets of User Program set from external memories to user
memory.
Using the Pedal to Switch
User Programs
Great for use in concerts and similar situations, this allows
you to prepare and save your User Programs in the sequence
they are to be used, and then call up User Programs in the
appropriate order while you perform, simply by depressing
the pedal.
3. Touch <Pedal Shift>
Display
Explanation
Off
You can use a function assigned to the
pedal.
Left Pedal
The left pedal is dedicated to switching
User Programs.The function assigned to
the left pedal cannot be used.
Center Pedal
The center pedal is dedicated to
switching User Programs.The function
assigned to the center pedal cannot be
used.
Press the [Exit] button to return to the User Program
screen.
■ Sequential Loading of User
Program Sets Stored in
External Memory (Load Next)
When using the pedal to switch your User Programs,
you can also call up sequential sets of User Programs as
saved to external memory. This feature is called the
“Load Next” function.
3. Touch <Load Next>
Explanation
Off
Switches Load Next off. The next press of
the pedal after the 36th User Program is
called up returns you to the first User
Program of the same User Program set.
On
Switches Load Next on. The next press of
the pedal after the 36th User Program has
been called up takes you to the first User
Program in the next User Program set.
2. Touch <Pedal> in the lower part of the screen.
appears.
fig.d-upgopt.eps_50
to select the setting.
Display
1. Press the [User Program] button.
A “Copy User Programs screen” like the following
to select the setting.
Press the [Exit] button to return to the User Program
screen.
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You can assign the function of the sequential switching of the
“User Programs” to the pedal. That way, each time you
depress the pedal, the KR107 switches to the next User
Program.
■ Selecting the Pedal Used for
Switching Settings (Pedal Shift)
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Simultaneously Switching
User Program and
Transmitting PC Numbers
You can have PC (Program Change) numbers be transmitted
to an external MIDI device when you switch the User
Program on the KR.
You can register PC number settings to each of the User
Programs, just as you can with button settings and other
settings preferences.
Calling Up the Performance Settings to Be Set
1. Press the [User Program] button, then touch the name
of the performance setting you want to set.
Setting the Transmission of the PC
2. Touch <PC Set> in the User Program screen.
The following type of screen appears.
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fig-upgPCset.eps_50
3. Touch
for the parameter and make the
settings.
Display
Description
Tx PC
Channel
This prevents the PC number from being
transmitted (Off), or sets the transmission
channel (Channel 1–16).
Bank
Select MSB
Sets the Bank Select MSB.
Bank
Select LSB
Sets the Bank Select LSB.
Program
Change
Sets the Program Change messages
(Program Numbers).
4. Press the [Exit] button.
The User Program screen returns to the display.
Touch <Write> to save the setting to the User Program.
For more detailed information, refer to “Saving
Performance Settings (User Program)” (p. 107).
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Chapter 7 Creating and Editing Songs
Multitrack Recording with 16
Parts (16-Track Sequencer)
Commercially Available Music Files
Multitrack recording always you to listen to previously
recorded material while continuing to add performances of
other parts.
By loading the song file from the floppy disk and using the
16-Track Sequencer, you can then also edit the song file.
The KR is capable of multitrack recording of up to sixteen
parts. Since each part’s performance is recorded using one
tone, you can layer performances, using up to sixteen tones
for the data in one song. The function used to layer these
sixteen parts, one at a time, is called the “16-Track
Sequencer.”
fig.16track.e
16-Track Sequencer
You can record performances for up to 16 parts,
overlaying them part by part, to create a single song.
Flute Part
Bass Part
Piano Part (left hand)
Piano Part (right hand)
•
•
•
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 16
Commercially available song file recorded in Roland’s SMF
format is also composed of sixteen parts.
→ Although with commercially available Roland SMF music
data, Part 11 is included in the [2/Bass Accomp] track button,
other tracks match to the corresponding Track buttons.
* With some commercially available music files, you cannot edit
the data.
■ The 16-Track Sequencer Screen
When recording with 16-track Sequencer, display the 16track Sequencer screen.
1. Press the [Menu] button.
The Menu screen appears.
2. Touch <16trk Sequencer>.
A “16-track Sequencer screen” like the one shown below
appears.
fig.d-16tr.eps_50
16-Track Sequencer and Track Buttons
In addition to the “16-Track Sequencer” function, the “Track
Buttons” (p. 83) are another of the unit’s playing/recording
functions.
These five “Track buttons” are used for organizing the 16Track Sequencer’s sixteen parts. This allows you to use the
16-Track Sequencer to add more sounds to performances
recorded with the Track buttons, and make even more
detailed edits of the songs.
Icon
Explanation
<1>–<16>
Touch to select the part to be recorded, or the
part whose settings are to be changed. The
button for the selected part changes color.
The Track buttons correspond to 16-track sequencer parts as
shown below.
This Part to be played back
Track button
Part
[R/Rhythm]
D (10), S (11)
[1/Whole]
1
[2/Bass Accomp]
2, 5–9, 12–16
[3/Lower]
3
[4/Upper]
4
Since the 16-Track Sequencer records one tone to one part,
you cannot use Layer performance (p. 25), Split performance
(p. 26), or other such functions to record two or more tones
simultaneously. Also, you can’t record the performance with
Automatic Accompaniment.
When you want to record with Automatic Accompaniment,
then you should use the Track buttons for recording. (Refer
to “Recording With Accompaniment” (p. 92))
The Part not to be played back (Muted Part)
Parts that do not have performance data
recorded to them.
Solo
Only the selected Part is played back.
Mute
This allows you to prevent the sound for the
selected part from playing.
Clear
The performance data for the selected part is
deleted.
Options
This displays the Part Settings screen, in which
you can make detailed settings for each part.
For details refer to p. 114.
Tone Set
The Tone Set screen appears. For details refer
to p. 115.
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You can easily play back the original song data with the 16Track Sequencer, mute parts by pressing the Track buttons,
and more.
Chapter 7 Creating and Editing Songs
■ Modifying the Settings of Each Part
parameter and turning the dial or by touching and
dragging the slider.
You can change the Tones and volume, as well as mute the
playback, for each individual part in songs recorded with the
16-track Sequencer and the internal songs.
Display
Explanation
→ Because commercially available Roland SMF music files are
also made up of 16 Parts, you can change the settings for the
individual Parts and play them back in the same way.
Volume
Changes the volume level.
Reverb
Changes the amount of reverb effect
applied to the sound.
Chorus
Changes the amount of chorus applied.
First, select the song for which the settings are to be made
(p. 64).
1. Display the 16-track Sequencer screen (p. 113).
Shifts the direction from which the sound is
heard between left and right.
Panpot
2. Touch the screen to choose the Part for which you want
Touch
or touch
to make settings.
to shift the sound to the right,
to shift it to the left.
Change the settings for the selected Part.
Display
Function
Solo
Only the selected Part is played back.
Mute
Toggles playback of the selected Part to on
or off.
Clear
The performance data for the selected part is
deleted.
* When you touch <Clear>, a message asking you to confirm the
deletion appears. To erase the recorded sound, touch <OK>. If
you don’t want to erase the recorded sound, touch <Cancel>.
Once a performance has been erased, it can’t be restored.
* You cannot touch <Clear> during playback of the song.
3. Touch <Options> to make more detailed settings for
Panpot is the control that determines the placement of
the sound in the stereo sound field between left and
right speakers. By altering the Panpot setting, you can
change the perceived location of the sound between the
left and right speakers.
When you press the [
(Play/Stop)] button, you
hear what the song sounds like as you change the
settings. When you press the [
button, playback of the song stops.
5. Touch
(Play/Stop)]
to make settings for other parts.
The Part name appears at the upper part of the screen.
the selected part.
Chapter 7
What’s Panpot?
A screen like the one shown below appears.
Change the settings for other parts as needed.
6. Hold down the [
fig.d-16trpart.eps_50
(Rec)] button and press the [
(Reset)] button.
This operation set the changes in the settings.
The song can then be saved to a floppy disk or to user
memory.
If you do not want to delete a song after changing the
settings for the individual parts, save the song to a
floppy disk or to user memory (p. 101).
* You cannot save the settings that determine whether sounds
You can change the Tone for the selected Part by
pressing a Tone button while this screen is displayed.
When selecting Part 10 or 11, you can touch <Drum Set>
to select the drum set or effect sound.
The Part name and tone name are displayed at the top of
the screen.
4. Touch
for the corresponding item to change
the setting.
You can adjust the values by touching the desired
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for each individual part are played or not (solo and mute).
Chapter 7 Creating and Editing Songs
If the following message appears
■ Recording a Performance
If you try to display another screen after you’ve changed the
song’s settings for each Part, a message like the one below
may appear.
❍ Step 1 Prepare for Recording
fig.m-songmod.eps
Selecting the song to record
1. Hold down the [Song] button and press the [
(Rec)]
button.
The following screen is displayed if there is any
previously recorded performance or any song with
changed settings.
fig.m-songmod.eps
Touch <OK> to change the song’s settings.
Touch <Cancel> to discard the changes you’re made.
■ Getting the Most Suitable Part
Tones for the Musical Genre
(Tone Set)
“Tone Set” is a function that automatically assigns the most
suitable tones for the selected musical style.
When you’re creating a song, you can assign Tone sets, then
change the Tones to suit the ideas you have for your song.
1. Display the 16-track Sequencer screen (p. 113).
2. Touch <Tone Set> in the lower part of the screen.
A screen like the one shown below appears.
fig.d-16trtone.eps_50
Touch <Yes> to delete the song.
If you want to overwrite while recording, select a song.
→ If a song has already been recorded, or if the song’s settings
have been changed, the “OK to delete Song?” confirmation
prompt appears when you touch <0: (Song Name)>. For more
information, take a look at “If the following screen appears” (p.
89).
Determining the song’s beat and tempo
2. Press the [Metronome] button to select the beat (p. 43).
3. Press the Tempo [-] and [+] buttons to set the basic
tempo of the song.
If you do not need the metronome sound, press the
[Metronome] button once more.
3. Touch the screen to select a musical genre.
4. Press the [Exit] button.
The 16-track Sequencer screen appears.
→ When using song data that has already been recorded, the
recording is made using the source song’s basic tempo. To
change the basic tempo of a song, please refer to “Changing the
Tempo of Recorded Songs” (p. 127).
Tones for each part are assigned automatically.
* In some genres, some parts may have no tone assigned.
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→ You can’t change a song’s beat once it’s been recorded. If you
want to compose a song whose beat changes partway through
the song, take a look at “Changing the Beat in the Middle of a
Song (Beat Map)” (p. 127).
Chapter 7 Creating and Editing Songs
❍ Step 2 Start Recording
If necessary, choose a recording method.
For more on how to record, refer to p. 116.
If you record for the first time, there’s no need to select the
recording method.
Selecting the Part to Record
1. Display the 16-track Sequencer screen (p. 113).
2. Touch the number for the Part you want to record.
The button for the touched part being set turns orange.
You can only record drum sounds or effect sounds on
Part D (10) or Part S (11). You can select drum sets or
effect sounds by selecting Part D (10) or Part S (11) and
touching <Drum Set>.
You can use any of the four methods below to record with
the KR.
Although you will normally be using “Replace Recording,”
where previously recorded material is erased when new
sounds are recorded, you’ll find that you can record songs
easily by using this method in combination with other
recording methods.
Replace Recording (p. 117)
This is the normal method for recording. New material is
recorded as previously recorded material is erased.
Mix Recording (p. 117)
Selecting the sound to play
New notes are recorded on top of notes previously recorded.
3. Use the Tone buttons to choose a Tone to play.
This convenient feature makes it easy for you to record
After selecting a Tone, press the [Exit] button to call up
the “16-Track Sequencer screen.”
Recording the performance
4. Press the [
(Reset)] button.
Recording will start at the beginning of the song.
If you want to record from a point other than the
beginning, use the [
(Bwd)] and [
(Fwd)]
buttons to select another measure to begin.
5. Press the [
(Rec)] button and watch the indicator is
light up.
The KR is put in recording standby.
Chapter 7
Changing the Recording
Method (Rec Mode)
6. Press the [
(Play/Stop)] button.
A two-bar count-in sounds, then recording starts.
* You cannot use the performance pads when recording with the
16-track sequencer.
7. Press the [
(Play/Stop)] button.
Recording stops.
When one part is recorded, continue by selecting and
recording another part. Continue layering parts to finish
recording the song.
→ You only need to follow the procedure described in “Step 1 –
Prepare for Recording” when you’re recording the first Part.
For the second Part and after, you can skip step 1 and proceed
from “Step 2 Start Recording.”
* Any performance that has been recorded is deleted when the
power to the KR is turned off. It is a good idea to save song
data to a floppy disk or user memory. For more information,
refer to “Saving Songs” (p. 101).
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melodies over prerecorded accompaniment.
Loop Recording (p. 117)
Specified measures are recorded repeatedly, while new notes
are combined with existing music. A convenient feature for
creating rhythm parts. Loop Recording allows you to record
over and over within a selected segment, adding a different
percussion sound with each pass.
Punch-in Recording (p. 118)
You can re-record only a specified passage as you listen to a
recorded performance.
→ Immediately after the power is turned on, Replace Recording is
selected.
Changing the Recording Method
1. Press the [Menu] button.
The Menu screen appears.
fig.d-menu1.eps_50
Chapter 7 Creating and Editing Songs
2. Touch <Rec Mode>.
A “Rec Mode screen” like the following appears.
fig.d-recmode.eps_50
■ Layering a Recording Over
Previously Recorded Sounds
(Mix Recording)
You can record a performance layered over a previously
recorded performance. This method is called “Mix
Recording.”
1. In the “Rec Mode screen” (p. 116), select <Mix>.
Press the [Exit] button to return to the Menu screen.
3. Touch <Rec Mode>
to select the recording
mode.
Display
Recording Method
Replace
Replace Recording
Mix
Mix Recording
Loop
Loop Recording
Auto PunchIn/Out
Punch-in recording of the interval
between set markers.
Manual
Punch-In/Out
Punch-in recording starting from the
point at which the pedal, the
Performance Pad or the [
(Rec)]
button is pressed.
For more about Punch In Recording,
refer to p. 118.
Tempo
You can add tempo changes to a
recorded composition. See p. 127.
Returns to the Menu screen.
■ Recording While Erasing the
Previous Recording (Replace
Recording)
The recording process where previous material is erased as
new material is recorded is called “replace recording.” This
setting is in effect when you turn on the power.
* After you have finished with mix recording, return to the
usual replace recording mode.
■ Repeated Recording at the
Same Location (Loop Recording)
You can record a specified passage over and over, layering
sounds with each pass. This method is called “Loop
Recording.” This is handy when recording a Rhythm Part.
For example, use this method to make a Loop Recording of a
four-measure segment. First record the bass drum, the snare
drum next, then the hi-hat and so on, layering a different
instrument onto the same four measures. After you have
finished recording the four-measure rhythm pattern, you can
then use the procedure in “Copying Measures (Copy)” (p.
122) to create as many copies of the four measures as you
need to complete your Rhythm part.
1. Place A and B markers at the beginning and end of the
passage you want to record.
Take a look at “Setting Markers for Repeated Practice
(Marker)” (p. 84).
If you haven’t recorded anything yet, then use “Blank
Recording” to create the necessary number of measures
before placing the markers.
1. In the “Rec Mode screen” (p. 116), select <Replace>.
Press the [Exit] button to return to the Menu screen.
The KR is set to the replace recording mode.
Record the performance using the procedures described
in Chapter 4 (p. 89), “Multitrack Recording with 16 Parts
(16-Track Sequencer)” (p. 113).
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4. Press the [Exit] button.
Record the performance using the procedures described
in “Recording While Selecting the Track Buttons
(Redoing Recordings)” (p. 95), “Multitrack Recording
with 16 Parts (16-Track Sequencer)” (p. 113), or other
methods.
Chapter 7 Creating and Editing Songs
What is Blank Recording?
Loop Recording Shortcut
Blank Recording is recording a number of silent
measures with no content.
You can also use the method described below to set Loop
Recording.
1. Set the basic tempo and beat of the song.
1. Place A and B markers at the beginning and end of
2. Hold down the [
[
(Rec)] button and press the
(Play/Stop)] button.
The indicators for the [
(Rec)] and [
(Play/
Stop)] buttons both light up, then after two
measures of the count sound, recording begins.
3. Without performing anything, record only the
required number of measures, then press the
[
(Play/Stop)] button.
The indicators for the [
(Rec)] and [
(Play/
Stop)] buttons both go out, and recording stops.
2. In the Rec Mode screen (p. 116), select <Loop>.
Press the [Exit] button to return to the menu screen.
The recording method changes to loop recording.
3. Press the [
(Rec)] button.
4. Press the Track button for the track to be recorded.
The KR is put in recording standby.
5. Press the [
(Play/Stop)] button to begin
Chapter 7
recording.
Recording starts from Marker A.
When the song reaches Marker B, it then returns to
Marker A, where recording continues.
Each time the recording is looped, the newest sounds are
layered over previously recorded sounds.
6. When you press the [
(Play/Stop)] button,
recording stops.
* After you have finished with loop recording, return to the
usual replace recording mode (p. 116).
the passage you want to record.
Take a look at “Setting Markers for Repeated
Practice (Marker)” (p. 84).
If you haven’t recorded anything yet, then perform
“Blank Recording” for the necessary number of
measures before placing the markers.
2. Touch the <Repeat> icon in the Marker screen
(p. 84).
This sets the loop recording mode.
Start a recording.
* After you have finished with loop recording, touch the
<Repeat> icon in the “Marker screen” once more to
return to the usual replace recording mode.
■ Re-Recording Part of Your
Performance (Punch-in Recording)
You can re-record part of a passage as you listen to a
recorded performance. This recording method is called
“Punch-in Recording.” This convenient function lets you
record over a specified points in a part as you listen to a
prerecorded performance in another section.
User Punch-In Recording by the following two methods:
Recording the Region Defined by Markers A and B
(Auto Punch-In/Out)
Before you start recording, place markers A and B to
define the passage you want to re-record. Make the
setting for punch-in recording, and re-record just the
passage between markers A and B.
Recording From the Point at Which the Pedal or
Buttons Are Pressed (Manual Punch-In/Out)
You can play back a performance and depress the pedal
at the desired place to start re-recording. Depressing the
pedal a second time cancels recording and returns you to
playback.
Instead of pressing the pedal, you can press a
performance pad or the[
cancel recording.
(Rec)] button to start and
❍ Recording a Passage Specified by Markers
1. Before you start re-recording, place markers A and B to
define the passage.
Following the procedures described in “Setting Markers
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for Repeated Practice (Marker)” (p. 84), use Markers A
and B to specify the passage.
2. In the Rec Mode screen (p. 116), select <Auto Punch-In/
The previously recorded performance will be played
back.
Press the pedal to which Punch In/Out is assigned (p.
139), a performance pad, or the [[
(Rec)]] button to
begin recording, then start your performance.
Out>.
fig.d-rec-punch.eps_50
Recording stops when you press the pedal, the
Performance Pad, or the [
(Rec)] button again, and
the previously recorded performance is played back.
3. When you press the [
(Play/Stop)] button, the
performance stops.
This changes the recording mode to “Punch-In
Recording.”
* When you’re finished with Punch-In Recording, return to the
ordinary Replace Recording mode. Take a look at “Changing
the Recording Method” (p. 116).
Press the [Exit] button to return to the Menu screen.
3. Begin recording.
Begin recording using the procedures described in
“Recording While Selecting the Track Buttons (Redoing
Recordings)” (p. 95) or “Multitrack Recording with 16
Parts (16-Track Sequencer)” (p. 113).
Up until the specified passage, the previously recorded
performance plays back.
When you reach the specified passage, sounds are erased
as recording starts; begin playing now.
When you reach the end of the specified passage,
recording stops, and the KR returns to playback of the
previously recorded performance.
(Play/Stop)] button, the
Chapter 7
4. When you press the [
song stops.
❍ Starting Recording from the Measure
Specified by Buttons and Pedals
If using the Performance Pads or pedals, you must first
change the function of the pedals and Pads. Follow the
procedures in “Assigning Functions to Pedals and
Performance Pads (Pedal Setting/User Functions)” (p. 142),
and assign <Auto Punch-In/Out> to the buttons or pedal.
1. In the Rec Mode screen (p. 116), select <Manual PunchIn/Out>.
This changes the recording mode to “Punch-In
Recording.”
Press the [Exit] button to return to the Menu screen.
2. Begin recording.
Begin recording using the procedures described in
“Recording While Selecting the Track Buttons (Redoing
Recordings)” (p. 95) or “Multitrack Recording with 16
Parts (16-Track Sequencer)” (p. 113).
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Chapter 7 Creating and Editing Songs
Composing an
Accompaniment By Entering
Chords (Chord Sequencer)
You are returned to the Chord Sequencer screen.
5. Enter the chord progression and the accompaniment
pattern.
Refer to “Inputting Chords with the Chord Sequencer.”
You can enter a chord progression and choose the places
where the accompaniment pattern will change to create an
accompaniment for a song. This feature is called “Chord
Sequencer.”
Thanks to the chord sequencer, you can create an
accompaniment ahead of time and play along with your
right hand.
1. Press the [Menu] button and watch the indicator light
up.
The Menu screen appears.
2. Touch <Chord Sequencer>.
6. When you have finished inputting all the data, touch
<Execute>.
The accompaniment you’ve composed is registered at “0:
New Song.”
When storage of the data is complete, return to the Menu
screen.
Now, press the [
(Play/Stop)] button, and try
playing the melody along with the accompaniment you
created.
* Songs you’ve created are discarded as soon as you turn off the
power. If you do not want to delete the song, save it to a floppy
disk or to user memory. Refer to “Saving Songs” (p. 101).
The screen like the one shown below is called “Chord
Inputting Chords with the Chord Sequencer
Sequencer screen.”
fig.d-chordseq.eps_50
This is the “cursor.” The cursor
shows where the chord change
or other information is input.
This is the end of the song. When
continuing to add input, insert
measures by touching <Ins>.
Change the accompaniment arrangements
Move the cursor
Select the accompaniment pattern (Division)
Chapter 7
1. Use the dial to move the cursor to the input position.
This indicates the position where the
accompaniment pattern (Division) or
the Style Orchestrator changes.
Use the [
(Bwd)] and [
(Fwd)] buttons to move
the cursor one measure at a time.
2. Enter the chord progression and the changes in the
accompaniment pattern and arrangement.
Display
Explanation
Ins
One measure is inserted before the measure
where the cursor is positioned.
Del
The measure in which the cursor is
positioned is deleted.
Chords
Allows input of chords without playing the
keyboard. Refer to “Inputting Chords
without Playing the Keyboard” (p. 121).
All Clear
Deletes all of the data that’s been input.
Clear
Deletes the data at the cursor position.
Execute
Records the input chord progression.
Touch this icon when you have finished
inputting all of the chords.
3. Press a Music Style button or the touch screen to select
a Music Style (p. 50).
4. Press the [Exit] button.
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Just as when performing with Automatic
Accompaniment, press the keys to specify a chord, and
press a button to select the accompaniment pattern (p.
57). You can change the Style Orchestrator with the
Performance Pads (p. 58).
3. Touch <Ins> once to insert one measure before the
measure where the cursor is currently positioned.
If you touch <Del>, the measure where the cursor is
currently positioned is deleted, while the measures that
follow are moved forward.
To remove what you have input, move the cursor to the
position with input you want to delete, then touch
<Clear>. This deletes the entered setting.
→ You can only insert an intro at the beginning of a song. When
you add an intro, the number of bars corresponding to the
length of the intro is inserted automatically.
Chapter 7 Creating and Editing Songs
Functions That Can Be Assigned to the Pedals
and the Performance Pads
→ For instructions on assigning functions, refer to “Assigning
Functions to Pedals and Performance Pads (Pedal Setting/
User Functions)” (p. 142).
• Inputting a short Intro and Ending
Assign “Intro 2/Ending 2" to a pedal or pad.
• Inputting a “Variation” or “Original” without a Fill-In
Assign “Original/Variation” to a pedal or pad.
• Using the keyboard to input slash chords (such as Fm/C)
Assign “Leading Bass” to a pedal or pad.
• Inputting a break somewhere within the song
Assign “Break” to a pedal or pad.
• Insert half fill-ins (fill-ins lasting half a measure)
Assign “Half Fill In” to a pedal or pad.
Check the accompaniment you inserted
Here’s how to play back as much of the accompaniment as
you have input.
1. Press the [
Editing Songs
There are many ways you can edit performances recorded
using the KR Track button or 16-track sequencer.
■ Basic Operation of the Editing
Functions
* While songs are being loaded, the measure number in the
upper right of the screen is highlighted (text and background
are inverted). Start editing the song only after the measure
number is no longer highlighted.
Selecting the editing function
1. Press the [Menu] button and watch the indicator light up.
The Menu screen appears.
2. Touch <Song Edit>.
A “Song Edit screen” like the following appears.
fig.d-edit1.eps_50
(Reset)] button to return to the
beginning of the song.
2. When you press the [
(Play/Stop)] button, the
performance is played back.
3. Playback stops when you press the [
(Play/Stop)]
button once more.
For more detailed information, refer to the
corresponding page for each function.
You can use <Chords> at the bottom right of the Chord
Sequencer screen to specify chords on the screen.
Function
Explanation
Page
1. At the Chord Sequencer screen, touch <Chords>.
Undo
Undoes editing operations that
have been performed.
p. 122
Copy
Copies measures and internal
rhythm patterns.
p. 122,
p. 137
Quantize
Evens out sounds in recorded
performances.
p. 123
Delete
Deletes measures.
p. 123
Insert
Inserts a blank measure.
p. 124
Transpose
Transposes parts individually.
p. 124
Erase
Erases data in measures, creating
blank measures.
p. 125
Part
Exchange
Exchanges the sounds in parts.
p. 125
Note Edit
Allows corrections to be made
note by note.
p. 126
PC Edit
Allows editing of the Tones
changes that occur during a song.
p. 126
A screen like the one shown below appears.
fig.d-chordinput.eps_50
2. Touch
in each to specify the chords.
3. Touch <Execute> to enter the chord.
You are returned to the Chord Sequencer screen.
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Chapter 7
■ Inputting Chords without
Playing the Keyboard
3. Touch an editing function to select that function.
Chapter 7 Creating and Editing Songs
→ ”PC” stands for “Program Change,” which is a command that
tells an instrument to change the sound it’s using. With songs
that rely on the use of a variety of sounds, a “PC” needs to be
located at every point within the song where the Tone is to be
changed
* Some edits can’t be undone, not even by choosing “Undo.” We
recommend saving songs to floppy disks or to user memory before
editing. For more on how to save songs, refer to “Saving Songs”
(p. 101).
■ Copying Measures (Copy)
You can copy a portion of a performance to a different bar in
the same Part or to a measure in another Part. This is handy
when you’re composing a song that repeats a similar phrase.
fig.e-copy.e
Ex. To copy measures 5-7 to measure 8.
Editing
4. Touch the item to be edited.
The background of the item being set turns orange.
5. Set the value with the [-] [+] buttons or the dial.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
At Step 3 of “Selecting the editing function” (p. 121), select
<Copy>.
A screen like the one shown below appears.
To cancel the operation once it is underway, press the
[Exit] button.
fig.d-e-copy.eps_50
6. When you’re done making all the settings, touch
<Execute>.
When you are finished editing the setting, return to the
“Song Edit screen.”
Press the [Exit] button to return to the Menu screen.
→ You can play back edited songs by pressing the [
Stop)] button in the “Song Edit screen.”
(Play/
■ Undoing Edits (Undo)
Item
Content
You can cancel an editing operation that you’ve just carried
out. This is handy when you want to undo an edit and
restore data to the way it was before.
From
Measure number of the first measure of the
segment to be copied
For
Number of measures to be copied
Chapter 7
Copy-source Track button or part number
* There are some edits that can’t be restored.
At Step 3 of “Selecting the editing function” (p. 121), select
<Undo>.
Src
Editing functions that can be undone appear on screen.
Choosing “All” copies all Parts. “- - -” appears
in the <Dst> column.
If you choose a Track button, you can only copy
to the selected Track button. You cannot copy
to the other Track buttons.
fig.d-e-undo.eps_50
Copy-destination measure number
To
When “End” is selected, the data is copied to
the end of the song.
Times
Number of times the data is to be copied
Dst
Copy-destination part number
Data can be copied in the following three ways:
If you touch <Cancel>, the undo is cancelled, and you’re
returned to the Song Edit screen.
If you touch <OK>, the confirmation message appears on
screen. Touch <OK> to undone the most recent edit.
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Replace
If there is a performance recorded at the copy
destination, this previous recording is erased,
and the copied data is written in its place.
Mode
Mix
If there is a performance recorded at the copy
destination, the copied data is layered over the
previous recording. If the Tones used for the
copy source and copy destination are different,
the copy-destination Tone is used.
Chapter 7 Creating and Editing Songs
Item
Content
Mode
Item
Insert
If there is a performance recorded at the copy
destination, the copied portion is inserted
without erasing the previous recording. The
song is lengthened by the number of inserted
measures.
■ Correcting Timing
Discrepancies (Quantize)
Content
Quantization timing
Resolution
Select one of the following values
1/2 (half note), 1/4 (quarter note),
1/6 (quarter-note triplet), 1/8 (eighth note),
1/12 (eighth-note triplet), 1/16 (sixteenth
note), 1/24 (sixteenth-note triplet),
1/32 (thirty-second note)
When finished with the Quantize settings, return to the Song
Edit screen.
You can correct for timing discrepancies in a recorded
performance by automatically aligning the music with the
timing you specify. This is called “Quantizing.”
As an example, let’s say that the timing of some quarternotes in a performance is a little off. In this case, you can
quantize the performance with quarter-note timing, thus
making the timing accurate.
■ Deleting Measures (Delete)
You can delete a part of a performance measure by measure.
When a portion of a performance is deleted, the rest of the
performance is shifted up to fill the gap. Erasing measures in
a specified passage is called “deleting.”
fig.e_delete.e
Ex. To delete measures (bars) 5-8
fig.e-quantize.e
Example: Quarter-note resolution
Actual note data
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
4
Note data after quantization
Example: Sixteenth-note resolution
Actual note data
1
2
3
4
Note data after quantization
At Step 3 of “Selecting the editing function” (p. 121), select
<Delete>.
A screen like the one shown below appears.
fig.d-e-del.eps_50
At Step 3 of “Selecting the editing function” (p. 121), select
<Quantize>.
A screen like the one shown below appears.
fig.d-e-quant.eps_50
Chapter 7
Item
Content
From
Measure number of the first measure of the
segment to be quantized
For
Number of measures to be quantized
Tr/Pt
Item
Content
From
Measure number of the first measure of the
segment to be deleted
For
Number of measures to be deleted
Track button or part number to be deleted
Tr/Pt
When “All” is selected, the same portion of all
parts is deleted.
Track button or part number to be
quantized
Choosing “All” quantizes the same passage
in all Parts.
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■ Inserting Blank Measures
(Insert)
■ Transposing Individual Parts
(Transpose)
You can add a blank measure at a location you specify. This
addition of a blank measure is called “insertion.”
You can transpose specified parts and tracks individually.
At Step 3 of “Selecting the editing function” (p. 121), select
<Transpose>.
fig.e_insert.e
Ex. To insert measures (bars) 5-7
A screen like the one shown below appears.
fig.d-e-trans.eps_50
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
At Step 3 of “Selecting the editing function” (p. 121), select
<Insert>.
A screen like the one shown below appears.
fig.d-e-ins.eps_50
Item
Content
From
Measure number of the first measure of the
segment to be transposed
For
Number of measures to be transposed
Track button or part number to be transposed
Tr/Pt
When “All” is selected, the same portion of all
parts is transposed.
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The range of transposition
Item
Content
From
Measure number of the first measure of the
segment to be inserted
For
Number of measures to be inserted
Tr/Pt
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Track button or part number where data will be
inserted
When “All” is selected, blank measures are
inserted at the same place in all parts.
Bias
You can select the range to transpose the data,
from -24 (two octaves down) to +24 (two
octaves up), adjustable in semitones.
* You cannot transpose performances of the drum sets and
sound effect sets (such as the Rhythm Track).
Chapter 7 Creating and Editing Songs
■ Making Measures Blank
(Erase)
Item
You can delete the performance data in a specified block of
measures, turning them into blank measures without
reducing the length of the song. This process is called
“erasing.”
fig.e_erase.e
Ex. To erase measures (bars) 5-8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Blank measures
Follow the steps in “Selecting the editing function” (p. 121) to
choose <Erase>.
A screen like the one shown below appears.
Event
Content
Expression
Erases Expression (volume change) information.
Lyric
Erases only lyrics.
■ Exchanging Parts
(Part Exchange)
You can exchange the notes recorded for a particular part
with the notes recorded for another part. This process of
exchanging parts is called “part exchange.”
At Step 3 of “Selecting the editing function” (p. 121), select
<Part Exchange>.
A screen like the one shown below appears.
fig.d-e-partex.eps_50
fig.d-e-erase.eps_50
Content
From
Measure number of the first measure of the
segment to be erased
For
Number of measures to be erased
to choose Parts you want to
Chapter 7
Item
Touch each
exchange.
Track button or part number to be erased
Tr/Pt
When “All” is selected, the same portion of all
parts is erased.
Select from the following types of performance
data to erase:
All
All performance data, including notes, tempos,
tones switches, volume changes, etc., are erased.
Event
Tempo
Tempo data is erased. Erasing the tempo data for
all measures results in a single, constant tempo.
Prog.Change
Erases the data for switching Tones (p. 122).
Note
Erases only notes.
Except Notes
Erases all of the performance data except for the
notes.
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■ Correcting Notes One by One
(Note Edit)
■ Modifying the Tone Changes in
a Song (PC Edit)
You can make corrections in a recorded performance one
note at a time. This process of making changes in individual
notes is called “note editing.”
In some songs, the instrument sound changes during the
course of the song (that is, the Tone changes in the middle of
a Part). In such songs, an instruction to switch the Tone is
inserted at the place where you want the sound to change.
This instruction is called a “Program Change” (PC), and
actions such as deleting program changes, or changing the
selected Tone by them are called “PC editing.”
You can make these corrections by using note editing:
• Deleting misplayed notes
• Changing the scale of a single note
• Changing the force used in playing a single key (velocity)
• Change the fingering
At Step 3 of “Selecting the editing function” (p. 121), select
<Note Edit>.
A screen like the one shown below appears.
fig.e-note.e
* It is not possible to insert a program change into a measure or
beat that does not contain a program change.
At Step 3 of “Selecting the editing function” (p. 121), select
<PC Edit>.
A screen like the one shown below appears.
fig.d-e-pc.eps_50
Location
Pitch Velocity
The note-location display uses “Measure: Beat: Tick” as the
format. A tick is a unit of time that’s shorter than a beat.
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Touch
to select the part with the note to be
corrected. The Part number appears at the top of the screen.
Use the [
(Bwd)] button and the [
(Fwd)] button or
Location
Tone name
The PC-location display uses “Measure: Beat: Tick” as the
format. A tick is a unit of time that’s shorter than a beat.
Touch
to select the part with the program
change to be edited.
use < > < > in the upper part of the screen to find the
note to be corrected.
The Part number appears at the top of the screen.
When you’ve found the note you want to correct, touch
“Pitch” or “Velocity” for the note.
use < > < > in the upper part of the screen to find the
program change to be edited.
Use the [-] [+] buttons and the dial to correct the pitch or
velocity. If you want to delete the note, touch <Delete>.
When you’ve found the Program Change you want to
modify, touch “Tone Name” on the screen.
When you’re done making all the settings, press the [Exit]
button.
Press a Tone button to select a Tone group, then select a Tone
with the [-] [+] buttons and the dial. When selecting Part 10
or 11, select the drum set or effect sound.
Return to the Song Edit screen.
Use the [
(Bwd)] button and the [
(Fwd)] button or
If you want to delete the Program Change, touch <Delete>.
When you’re done making all the settings, press the [Exit]
button.
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Changing the Beat in the Middle
of a Song (Beat Map)
You can create songs that have beat changes during the
course of the song.
* You can’t change a song’s beat once it’s been recorded. Before
recording the performance, determine the beat to be used.
Changing the Tempo of
Recorded Songs
You can change the basic tempo of a composition. The basic
tempo was initially set when the song was recorded.
1. Press the Tempo [-] and [+] buttons to choose a tempo.
2. Hold down the [
1. Press the [Menu] button.
[
The Menu screen appears.
(Rec)] button and press the
(Reset)] button.
The song’s basic tempo changes.
2. Touch <Beat Map>.
The change in basic tempo is discarded when you turn
off the power or choose a different song. Save important
song data to floppy disks or to user memory (p. 101).
A screen like the one shown below appears.
fig.d-beatmap.eps_50
* If the song you’re working on has tempo changes, press the
[
(Reset)] button to go back to the beginning of the song
before you carry out this operation.
3. Use <
and [
Changing the Tempo Within
the Song
><
> in the screen or the [
(Bwd)]
(Fwd)] buttons to move to the measure
whose beat you want to change.
The measure number appears in the top-right area of the
screen.
Touch <
> to move to the beginning of the song.
Touch <
> to move to the end of the song.
in each to set the beat.
5. Touch <Execute>.
The beat change starts with the measure you selected.
Repeat Steps 3–5 to make beat settings in other measures
as needed.
Recording the performance
6. Press the [Exit] button twice.
The screen displayed before you pressed the [Menu]
button appears.
7. Press the [
(Reset)] button to return the measure
The KR stores song tempo information and performance data
separately. Therefore, when making changes to the tempo in
a song, you must record the changes in the tempo
information independently of the performance data.
This recording of the tempo is called “Tempo Recording.”
■ Adjusting the Tempo While
Listening to a Song
Chapter 7
4. Touch
You can add tempo changes to a recorded composition.
You can add ritardando and other such gradual tempo
changes.
Setting the Rec Mode to “Tempo”
1. Press the [Menu] button.
The Menu screen appears.
2. Touch <Rec Mode>.
A screen like the one shown below appears.
fig.d-rec-tempo.eps_50
number to “1.”
8. Start a recording.
Record the performance using the procedures described
in “Chapter 5 Recording and Saving the Performance”
(p. 89). Specify the measure, then change the beat.
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3. Touch the <Rec Mode>
to select <Tempo>.
This makes the setting for tempo recording.
Press the [Exit] button a number of times to switch to the
screen where the measure number is indicated in the
upper right of the screen.
When the KR goes into Tempo Recording, the tempo
indication is highlighted.
(Bwd)] and [
(Fwd)] buttons to
move slightly before the measure where you want to
(Rec)] button and watch the indicator is
flashing.
(Play/Stop)] button,
recording begins.
7. When you get to the place where you want to change
the tempo, use the Tempo [-] and [+] buttons or the dial
to vary the tempo as desired.
8. When you press the [
(Play/Stop)] button,
recording stops.
The song’s tempo changes.
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(Bwd)] and [
(Fwd)] buttons to
move to the measure where you want to change the
tempo.
2. Press the [
(Rec)] button and watch the indicator is
flashing.
The KR is put in recording standby.
6. When you press the [
First, carry out Steps 1–3 of “Changing the Tempo Within the
Song” (p. 127) to make the “Tempo Recording” settings.
The measure number appears in the top-right area of the
Basic screen.
change the tempo.
5. Press the [
You can create a tempo change at the beginning of a selected
measure. This is handy when you want to make a sudden
change in tempo.
1. Use the [
Recording the Tempo
4. Use the [
■ Adjusting the Tempo at a
Particular Measure
* You cannot record performances while in Tempo Recording
mode. When you’re finished tempo recording, go back to the
ordinary Replace Recording. Take a look at “Changing the
Recording Method (Rec Mode)” (p. 116).
The KR is put in recording standby.
3. Use the [-] [+] buttons or the dial to change the tempo.
4. Press the [
(Play/Stop)] button.
The song’s tempo changes starts with the measure you
selected.
→ While tempo recording is being used to write tempo, the tempo
display in the screen will be highlighted.
5. When you press the [
(Play/Stop)] button, the
change in tempo stops.
* You cannot record performances while in Tempo Recording
mode. When you’re finished tempo recording, go back to the
ordinary Replace Recording. Take a look at “Changing the
Recording Method (Rec Mode)” (p. 116).
→ If you want to restore the previous tempo, delete the tempo
data at the place where the tempo was recorded. For an
explanation of how to delete the information of tempo settings,
refer to “Making Measures Blank (Erase)” (p. 125).
Tempo Recording Shortcut
Hold down the [
(Rec)] button and press one of the
Tempo [-] [+] buttons to switch to the Tempo Recording
settings. Record tempo information. In this case, tempo
recording is canceled when recording ends.
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Creating Original Styles
(User Styles)
Although the KR features a variety of internal Music Styles,
you can also create your own. These original Styles are called
“User Styles.”
You can use either of the two methods described below to
create a User Style.
Style Composer
With this method, you combine internal Music Styles to
create new Styles. You can create a new Style by selecting
from among the Rhythm, Bass, Accompaniment 1,
Accompaniment 2, Accompaniment 3, Accompaniment 4,
Accompaniment 5, and Accompaniment 6 parts in different
styles.
■ Creating New Styles by
Combining Internal Music
Styles (Style Composer)
You can create a new style by selecting from among the
Rhythm, Bass, Accompaniment 1, Accompaniment 2,
Accompaniment 3, Accompaniment 4, Accompaniment
5,and Accompaniment 6 parts in different Styles. This
function is called the “Style Composer.”
* You can only combine the KR’s built-in Styles.
Displaying the Style Composer Screen
1. Press the [Menu] button.
The Menu screen appears.
fig.d-menu1.eps_50
Style Converter (p. 131)
Create a new Style by extracting the portions you need from
songs composed with the 16-track sequencer.
When you’re composing a song, there’s no need to specify all
the chords. You can specify just some of the chords, and the
KR automatically chooses the other chords and arranges the
Style.
Style Converter features an “Auto mode” that allows you to
easily create Styles from songs with a single chord, and a
“Manual mode,” in which you create Styles from songs with
three kinds of chords–major, minor, and seventh chords.
2. Touch <Style Composer>.
* If a User Style has already been recorded, a message like the
one shown below appears.
fig.m-styledel.eps
When you touch <OK>, the previously recorded User Style is
deleted, and a new User Style is created.
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Touch <Cancel> to return to the Menu screen. Save User
Styles to floppy disks, or to user memory (p. 134).
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A “Style Composer screen” like the one shown below
appears.
fig.d-stylecomp.eps_50
Selecting the Styles assigned to each part
3. Touch the part to be set.
The button for the touched part being set turns orange.
4. Press an Music Style button, then select a Style with
the touch screen or the [-]/[+] buttons and the dial.
When you have decided on a Style, press the [Exit]
button to display the Style Composer screen.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to determine the Styles for each
Part.
Chapter 8
Deciding on a Style
Display
Part
R
Rhythm
B
Bass
A1
Accompaniment 1
A2
Accompaniment 2
A3
Accompaniment 3
A4
Accompaniment 4
A5
Accompaniment 5
A6
Accompaniment 6
Icon
Function
All Clear
Deletes all of the settings.
Mute
You can mute the sound of particular
Parts in specific Divisions. For more
information, take a look at “Muting
Parts for a particular division” (p. 130).
Clear
Deletes the Styles in selected parts.
Options
The Part Settings screen is displayed,
allowing you to make detailed settings
to each part. For more information, take
a look at “Editing the volume and effect
settings for each Part” (p. 131).
Execute
Records the created Style to the Music
Style [User] button. Touch this when
you have finished creating the Style.
6. Touch <Execute>.
You have created a new Style.
The User Style is recorded to the Music Style [User]
button. Try playing with the new Style.
* If you turn off the power or record a new User Style, any User
Style you’ve previously recorded is lost. If you do not want to
delete the Style, save it to a floppy disk or to user memory.
Take a look at “Saving a User Style” (p. 134).
❍ Muting Parts for a particular division
You can mute the sound of particular Parts in specific
Divisions.
For example, all parts are played when you use a “Variation”
accompaniment pattern, whereas if you select the “Original”
accompaniment pattern, every part other than
“Accompaniment 1" is muted. With this arrangement, when
the accompaniment pattern changes from the original to the
variation, it creates a more elaborate effect in the
accompaniment.
→ For more on Divisions, refer to the “Style Arrangements” (p.
131).
1. Touch the Style Composer screen to choose the Part
you want to mute out.
2. Press the Fill In [To Variation] or [To Original] button
to switch to the division that you want to mute.
3. Touch <Mute> on the screen.
The Part you chose is only muted out in the Division you
selected.
If you want to hear the muted-out Part, touch <Mute>
again.
* To mute out a Division that changes after a few seconds (intro,
ending, or fill-in), touch <Mute> immediately after switching
to the Division.
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❍ Editing the volume and effect settings for
each Part
Displaying the Part settings screen
1. At the Style Composer screen, touch <Part>.
A screen like the one shown below appears.
fig.d-scomp-part.eps_50
■ Creating a Style from a Song
You Composed Yourself
(Style Converter)
You can take a song you’ve composed yourself and extract
the portions you need to create your own original Style.
When you’re composing a song, there’s no need to specify all
the chords. You can specify some of the chords, and the KR
automatically chooses the other chords and arranges the
style. This function is called the “Style Converter.”
Style Converter features an “Auto mode” that allows you to
easily create Styles from songs with a single chord, and a
“Manual mode,” in which you create Styles from songs with
three kinds of chords–major, minor, and seventh chords.
When creating a song in order to create an music style, it’s
good practice to consider the arrangement of the music style.
Modifying the settings of each part
2. Touch the
to select the part with the
settings to be changed.
The part name and Tone name are indicated in the upper
part of the screen.
3. Touch
for each parameter to change the value.
You can also change the values by touching each
parameter name and then using the dial.
Style Arrangements
Music Styles created with the Style Converter function are
composed of eight parts: “Rhythm,”
“Bass,”“Accompaniment 1,“”Accompaniment 2,”
“Accompaniment 3,””Accompaniment 4,“”Accompaniment
5,” “Accompaniment 6.”
A song progresses in predictable a sequence, such as intro,
melody A, melody B, bridge and ending.
With the KR, such changes in songs are allocated to the
following six performance states. We call these six parts of a
song “Divisions.”
Explanation
Volume
Adjusts the volume.
Division
Performance division
Reverb
Adjusts the amount of reverb effect applied
to the sound.
Intro
The intro is played at the start of a song.
Adjusts the amount of chorus effect applied
to the sound.
Ending
This is played at the end of a song.
Chorus
Original
This is a basic accompaniment pattern.
Variation
This is a developmental accompaniment
pattern. It is a variation on an Original.
Fill-In To
Variation
This is a one-measure phrase inserted at a
juncture where the mood changes. It is used
to make a song more lively.
Fill-In To
Original
This is a one-measure phrase inserted at a
juncture where the mood changes. It is used
to make a song more sedate.
Changes the left-right direction from which
the sound appears to come.
Panpot
When you touch
, the sound moves to
the right; touch
the left.
to move the sound to
You can change the Tone for the selected Part by
pressing a Tone button to change the Tone while this
screen is displayed. When selecting Rhythm Part, you
can touch <Drum Set> to select the drum set or effect
sound.
Finishing the settings
You can make a song more lively or more restrained by
increasing or reducing played parts by Divisions. You can
also modify a song by changing the Tone of the parts in the
Divisions.
4. Press the [Exit] button.
The Style Composer screen appears.
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Display
Chapter 8 Creating Music Styles
❍ Creating Styles in Auto Mode
fig.d-styleconv.eps_50
Points to note when creating songs
• Use one of the major, minor, or diminished seventh
chords to create the song. We recommend using
diminished seventh chords to compose the song.
• It is convenient to record the sounds shown below for
the Parts of the 16-track sequencer.
Rhythm
Bass
Accomp
1
Accomp
2
Accomp
3
D (10)
2
7
8
9
Parameter
Name
Settings Content
Conv.Mode
Switches the mode (Auto/Manual)
Chord Root
Chord root for the segment to be
extracted
Record the song after referring to “Multitrack Recording
with 16 Parts (16-Track Sequencer)” (p. 113) and other
related sections.
Chord Type
Chord type for the segment to be
extracted (major/minor/seventh)
Division
Division
When using music data, first select a song (p. 64).
From
Measure number of the first measure of
the segment to be extracted
For
Number of measures extracted
→ When using parts other than Part 2, 7, 8, 9, and D, refer to
“Changing an Extracted Part” (p. 133).
Creating songs
1. Use the 16-track sequencer to record the song.
Displaying the Style Converter screen
2. Press the [Menu] button.
The Menu screen appears.
3. Touch <Style Converter>.
* If no song for use in creating a new Style is selected, the
message “Please select a song” appears. Use the [Select/Listen
to a Song] button to select a song (p. 64), then start the
procedure again.
* If a User Style has already been recorded, a message like the
one shown below appears.
fig.m-styledel.eps
Making the settings
4. Touch <Conv.Mode>, then use the [-] [+] buttons or the
dial to switch the mode to “Auto.”
This makes the setting for the Auto mode.
5. Touch <Chord Root> and <Chord Type>, then use the
dial to input the chord root and type for the segment to
be extracted.
6. Touch <Division>, then use the dial to select the
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Division.
Touch <Cancel> to return to the Menu screen. Please save the
User Style on a floppy disk or in the internal memory (p. 134).
When you touch <OK>, the previously recorded User Style is
deleted, and a new User Style is created.
A “Style Converter screen” like the one shown appears.
Display
Performance division
Intro
Intro
Original
Original accompaniment pattern
Fill To
Vari
From the fill-in to the variation
Variation
Variation accompaniment pattern
Fill To Ori
From the fill-in to the original
Ending
Ending
* Only one measure can be extracted when “Fill To Vari” or
“Fill To Ori” is selected for the Division. The number of
measures may also be limited in other Divisions.
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7. Touch <From> and <For>, then use the [-] [+] buttons or
the dial to select the measures to be extracted.
Creating songs
1. Use the 16-track sequencer to record the song.
Touching <Play> at the bottom of the screen, you can
listen to performance of the portion which you chose.
8. Repeat Steps 5–7 to create Styles for all of the
Divisions.
* If no setting is made for a Division, it uses a simple drum pattern.
Record the song after referring to “Multitrack Recording
with 16 Parts (16-Track Sequencer)” (p. 113) and other
related sections.
When using music data, first select a song (p. 64).
Displaying the Style Converter screen
2. Press the [Menu] button.
Deciding on a Style
9. When you’re done making all the Division settings,
3. Touch <Style Converter>.
The “Style Converter screen” appears.
touch <Execute>.
4. Touch <Conv.Mode>, then use the dial to switch the
The User Style is recorded to the [User] button.
* If you turn off the power or record a new User Style, any User
Style you’ve previously recorded is lost. If you do not want to
delete the Style, save it to a floppy disk or to user memory.
Take a look at “Saving a User Style” (p. 134).
* The following data is saved to the User Style. If a song
includes data other than this, the results you get might not be
what was intended.
• Keyboard performance data
• Amount of Reverb effect applied
• Amount of Chorus effect applied
❍ Creating a Style in Manual Mode
When you create a Music Style in the Manual mode, you can
clearly point up the differences in accompaniment for each
individual chord.
mode to “Manual.”
This makes the setting for the Manual mode.
After that, the steps are the same as for “Creating Styles
in Auto Mode” (p. 132).
When you touch <Play> in the lower part of the screen,
you can listen to the performance of the part selected
with <Options>.
❍ Changing an Extracted Part
You can extract and change part of a song created with 16track sequencer.
1. At the Style Converter screen (p. 132), touch <Part>.
A screen like the one shown below appears.
fig.d-styleconv.eps_50
Points to note when creating songs
• Record your performance with the three chord types of
diminished seventh, major, and minor.
• It is convenient to record the sounds shown below for
the Parts of the 16-track sequencer.
Accomp
1
Accomp
2
Accomp
3
Major
D (10)
3
4
5
6
Seventh
-
2
7
8
9
Minor
-
12
13
14
15
→ The chords all share the same Rhythm Part.
→ If you want to use the performance of other part, check out
“Changing an Extracted Part” (p. 133)
Chapter 8
Chords Rhythm Bass
2. Touch the performance Part with settings you want to
change.
3. Use the dial to specify which 16-track Sequencer
performance part you want to extract.
→ In the Manual mode, the type of chords appear at the bottom of
the screen. Set the Parts for all chords.
4. Press the [Exit] button to return to the Style Converter
screen.
The Style Converter screen appears.
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Saving a User Style
fig.d-stylesave.eps_50
You can save the User Styles you create to floppy disks and
the user memory. When saved to the user memory, User
Styles are not deleted when the power is turned off. You can
also select Styles saved to the user memory by pressing the
Music Style [User] button.
You can save up to 99 User Styles in user memory.
What is the User Memory?
The user memory is the area within the instrument
where User Styles created with the KR, sets of User
Programs, and other such data are stored.
You can also copy User Styles and sets of User Programs
saved on floppy disks.
Determining the name of the Style to be saved
5. Touch <Rename>.
A “Rename screen” like the following appears.
fig.d-stylename.eps_50
Data saved to the user memory is not deleted, even
when the KR’s power is turned off.
→ When you want to clear all of the content saved to the user
memory and restore the settings to the factory settings, refer to
“Formatting the User Memory” (p. 150).
Preparations for saving data
When saving to an external memory, first connect a external
memory to the external memory port.
1. Press the Music Style [User] button.
A “User Style screen” like the following appears.
fig.d-usrdisk.eps_50
When you touch
, the cursor moves.
When you touch the icon for the character to be input,
the character appears at the cursor position.
For example, touching the <ABC> icon in succession
cycles you through the available choices in that character
group (A→B→C→A...).
Chapter 8
Each touch of <A-a-0-!> cycles the type of characters
through “English (upper case),” “English (lower case),”
“numerals,” “symbols,” then back to “English (upper
case).”
When you touch <Del>, the character at the cursor
position is deleted.
If the User Style screen is not displayed, touch <User> in
the lower part of the screen.
2. Touch <User>.
3. Touch <File>.
4. Touch <Save>.
A “Save Style screen” like the following appears.
NOTE
This function is not available with songs on CDs.
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When you touch <Ins>, a space is inserted at the cursor
position.
6. When you have finished with the name, press the [Exit]
button.
Determining the save destination
7. Touch <Media>
destination strage media.
to select the save-
Chapter 8 Creating Music Styles
8. Touch
to select the save-destination
number.
If a Style name is displayed, a style is already saved to
that number.
If you select a number with a previously saved User
Style and then save to that number, the previously saved
User Style is deleted. If you do not want to delete the
User Style being saved, select a number in the savedestination column that does not yet have a name.
9. Touch <Save>.
The saving process starts.
* Never turn off the power or eject the external
memory from the external memory port while the
operation is in progress. Doing so will damage the
KR’s internal memory, making it unusable.
■ Deleting Saved User Styles
This deletes User Styles that have been saved to floppy disks
or in user memory.
When deleting a User Style on a floppy disk, first insert the
floppy disk in the disk drive.
1. Press the Music Style [User] button.
A “User Style screen” appears.
If the User Style screen is not displayed, touch <User> in
the lower part of the screen.
2. Touch <File>.
3. Touch <Delete>.
A “Delete Style screen” like the following appears.
fig.d-styledel.eps_50
4. Touch <Media>
to select the strage
media.
5. Touch
or
to select the Style to be deleted.
6. Touch <Delete>.
A screen like the one shown below appears.
fig.m-filedel.eps
Chapter 8
7. Touch <OK>.
The selected Style is deleted.
If you touch <Cancel>, the Style won’t be deleted.
* Never turn off the power or eject the external
memory from the external memory port while the
operation is in progress. Doing so will damage the
KR’s internal memory, making it unusable.
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Chapter 8 Creating Music Styles
Copying Styles on External
Memories to the User
Memory
Specifying the Copy Destination
7. Touch <User>
to select the copy destination
for the Style.
You can take User Styles saved on floppy disks and copy
them to user memory.
If a Style name is displayed, a style is already saved to
that number.
You can also take User Styles saved in user memory and
copy them to floppy disks.
If you select a number with a previously saved Style and
then copy to that number, the previously saved Style is
deleted. If you do not want to lose the Style being saved,
select a number in the save-destination column that does
not yet have a name.
1. Insert the floppy disk with the Style to be copied in the
disk drive.
8. Touch <Execute>.
2. Press the [User] button.
A “User Style screen” like the following appears.
fig.d-usrdisk.eps_50
The Style on the floppy disk is copied to user memory.
* Never turn off the power or eject the external
memory from the external memory port while the
operation is in progress. Doing so will damage the
KR’s internal memory, making it unusable.
■ Copying Styles Saved in the
User Memory to External
Memories
If the User Style screen is not displayed, touch <User> in
the lower part of the screen.
3. Touch <File>.
4. Touch <Copy>.
A “Copy Style screen” like the following appears.
Chapter 8
fig.d-copystyle.eps_50
Specifying the copy source
5. Touch <Media>
to select the copy source
media.
6. Touch <File>
to select the Style you want to
copy.
When “All” is selected, all of the Styles on the floppy
disk are copied to user memory.
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You can take Styles saved in user memory and copy them to
floppy disks.
In this case, touch the large arrow icon in the center of the
“Copy Style screen” in Step 4 above so that the arrow points
upwards. Turn the KR will copy user memory Styles to the
floppy disk.
The rest of the procedure is identical to that used for copying
Styles from floppy disks to user memory.
Chapter 9 Various Settings
Changing the Settings for
One-Touch Arranger
■ Adjusting the Keyboard Touch
(Key Touch)
You can vary the touch of the keyboard when you play the
keys.
■ Procedure
1. Press the One Touch Program [Arranger] button to
At Step 3 in “Procedure” (p. 138), touch <Key Touch>.
fig.d-p-key.eps_50
display the Basic screen.
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Display
2. Touch <Functions>.
A screen like the one shown below appears.
Fixed
Notes sound at an unchanging volume level,
regardless of how lightly or forcefully you
play the keyboard.
Light
This sets the keyboard to a light touch. You
can achieve fortissimo (ff) play with a less
forceful touch than usual, so the keyboard
feels lighter. This setting makes it easier for
children, whose hands have less strength.
Medium
This sets the keyboard to the standard touch.
You can play with the most natural touch.
This setting is closest to the response of an
acoustic piano.
Heavy
This sets the keyboard to a heavy touch. You
have to play the keyboard more forcefully
than usual in order to play fortissimo (ff), so
the keyboard touch feels heavier. This
setting allows you to add more expression
when playing dynamically.
fig.d-funcmenu1.eps_50
Parameter
Name
Explanation
Explanation
Key Touch
Refer to “Adjusting the Keyboard Touch
(Key Touch)” (p. 137).
One Touch
Setting
Selects the setting to be specified when the
One Touch Program [Arranger] button is
pressed (p. 138).
Split Point
Sets the key at which the keyboard is divided
(the split point) (p. 138).
To make fine adjustments, touch the slider in the screen.
Arranger
Config.
Sets the way the Automatic Accompaniment
plays sounds (p. 138).
Move the slider to the right to add resistance, and to the right
to make the key touch lighter.
You can also change the key touch by pressing the
[Piano Designer] button. For more details, refer to the
Quick Start.
3. Touch the name of the parameter to be set.
Refer to the corresponding page for each function.
4. Press the [Exit] button to return to the Basic screen.
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Chapter 9
You set the tuning and make a variety of other settings
for the KR107 starting with the second page of the
settings screen.
Touch any of the icons <Fixed>, <Light>, <Medium>, or
<Heavy>, to set the key touch for the keyboard.
Chapter 9 Various Settings
■ Changing the Keyboard’s Split
Point (Split Point)
This sets the point (the split point) where the keyboard is
divided when specifying chords in the left hand while using
the Automatic Accompaniment and when playing split
performances (p. 26).
The setting is at “F#3” when the KR is powered up.
fig.splitpoint.e
Normally, when you select a Music Style, the Tone and
tempo settings suitable for that Music Style are selected
automatically. However, you can also set it so the tempo and
Tone settings don’t change when you change Music Styles.
At Step 3 “Procedure” (p. 137), touch <One Touch Setting>.
F 3 (Split Point)
B1
■ Changing Music Styles Without
Changing the Tone or Tempo
(One Touch Setting)
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B6
Split Point Settings Range
The key you chose for the split point belongs to the lefthand section of the keyboard.
At Step 3 in “Procedure” (p. 137), touch <Split Point>.
Display
fig.d-splitpoint.eps_50
Touch either <C3>, <F#3>, <C4>, or <F#4> in the lower part
of the screen.
The key you chose becomes the split point.
To set another key as the split point, touch
the screen, then specify the key.
You can set the split point within a range of B1 to B6.
in
Explanation
Suitable
Tone
The suitable tone for a Music Style is
selected automatically.
Suitable
Tempo
The suitable tempo for a Music Style is
selected automatically.
Other
Setting
Other settings (Style Orchestrator, phrases,
etc.) are changed automatically.
Touch each icon to switch individual settings on and off.
All items are set to ON when you turn on the power.
Parameters switched to OFF (highlighted in orange) do not
change, even when the Music Style is changed.
■ Changing How Chords Are
Played and Specified
(Arranger Config)
This changes the settings determining how Music Styles are
played, and how the keys are pressed to specify chords.
What are the Chord Tone and Bass Tone?
Chapter 9
When the Automatic Accompaniment is stopped, and Sync
Start (p. 54) is turned off, chords are produced when you
play in the left-hand side of the keyboard. This is called the
“chord tone,” and the root of the chord that is played at the
same time is called the “bass tone.”
At Step 3 “Procedure” (p. 137), touch <Arranger Config>.
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Chapter 9 Various Settings
How to play chords in the Chord Intelligence mode:
fig.d-arrset.eps_50
• Intelligence 1
Major
Ex: C
Play the chord root.
Seventh
Ex: C 7
Touch
Parameter Name
of each item to make settings.
Value
Chord
Tone
Chord
Intelli
Explanation
Major Seventh
Ex: C maj 7
Accomp
All Music Style parts are
played.
Chord&Bs
Only Music Style rhythm
parts, chord Tones, and
bass Tones are played.
Accomp
Bass
Tone
Play the root and
the second key above it.
OFF,
Acoustic Bs.,
A. Bass+Cymbl,
Fingered Bs.,
Picked Bs.,
Fretless Bs.,
Slap Bass,
Organ Bass,
Synth Bass 101,
Thum Voice
Minor
Ex: C m
Play the root and
the third key above it.
Minor Seventh
Ex: C m7
Selects the bass Tone or
chord Tone. When set to
“Off,” no tone is played.
OFF, E.Piano 1,
E. Piano 2,
Soft E. Piano,
Hard E. Piano,
Slow Strings,
Strings,
Choir,
Doos Voice
Play the root,
the third key above it, and
the second key below it.
Diminished
Ex: C dim
Play the root and
the sixth key above it.
• Intelligence 2
Major
Ex: C
This selects the way
chords are played with
the Chord Intelligence
function. When you set
this to “Manual,” play all
of the notes describing
the chord.
Play the root of the chord.
Seventh
Ex: C 7
Chapter9
Intelligence 1,
Intelligence 2,
Manual
Play the root and
the first key below it.
Play the root of the chord
and the white key to the
left of the root.
What is Chord Intelligence?
“Chord Intelligence” (p. 47) is the name of the function that
recognizes the chords being specified for an accompaniment
when only one or two keys of the chords have been pressed,
which can be used while automatic accompaniment is active.
Minor
Ex: C m
Play the root of the chord
and the black key to the
left of the root.
Minor Seventh
Ex: C m7
Play the root of the chord
and the black and white key
to the left of the root.
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Chapter 9 Various Settings
Placing a Marker in the
Middle of a Measure
2. Touch
A marker is normally placed at the start of the selected
measure, but you can also set it so that a marker is placed at a
position partway through a measure.
fig.d-funcmenu2.eps_50
of each item to make settings.
3. Press the [Exit] button to return to the Metronome
screen.
For detailed information about Marker, refer to “Setting
Markers for Repeated Practice (Marker)” (p. 84).
1. Press the [Count/Marker] button.
The Count screen appears.
2. Touch <Marker>.
The Marker screen appears.
Parameter Name
fig.d-funcmenu2.eps_50
3. Touch <Resolution>
to choose the marker
setting.
Indication
Explanation
Measure
This lets you place a marker at the
beginning of the measure.
Beat
This lets you place a marker at the
beginning of the beat.
Chapter 9
4. Press the [Exit] button to go back to the Marker screen.
Changing the Settings for the
Count
For detailed information about count, refer to “Match the
Tempo Before You Begin Playing (Count)” (p. 82) and
“Having a Count Sound Play at the End of the Intro
(Countdown)” (p. 56).
1. Press the [Count/Marker] button.
The Count screen (p. 43) appears.
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Value
Count Mode
Specify what type of count
will be added.
Count In
(add a count before the
performance),
Countdown
(add a count only before
you begin playing),
Count In/down
(add both a count-in and
a countdown)
Countdown Sound
Specify the countdown
sound.
Voice (JP), Voice (ENG)
Part
Specify the track or part that
will determine the beginning
of the performance when
added a countdown.
Both Tracks
Lower Track
Upper Track
Part 1–16
Count-In Sound
Specify the count-in sound.
Stick, Click, Electronic,
Voice (JP), Voice (ENG),
Wood Block, Triangle
Castanets,
Handclap
Animal
Measures
Specify the length (number of
measures) of the count-in.
1, 2
Repeat
When “Repeat” is turned ON
on the Marker screen (p. 86)
this specified whether the
count-in will sound each time
the range between the
markers is repeated, or only
the first time.
First, Every
Chapter 9 Various Settings
Other Settings
You can change the tuning, the language shown on the
display, and other settings to make the KR easier to use.
■ Procedure
1. Switch to the Basic screen, or press the One Touch
Program [Piano] button.
2. Press the [Option] button.
A “Functions screen” like the following appears.
fig.d-funcmenu2.eps_50
Parameter
Remote Sensor
Touch Screen
Explanation
Sets the remote sensor’s on or off(p.
149)
Allows for calibration of the touch
screen (p. 149).
3. Touch the name of the parameter you want to set.
Refer to the corresponding page for each function.
4. Press the [Exit] button to return to the Functions screen.
■ Changing the Tuning (Tuning)
❍ Choosing the Tuning
You can play classical styles such as Baroque using historic
temperaments (tuning methods).
Most modern songs are composed for and played in equal
temperament, the most common tuning in use today. But at
one time, there were a wide variety of other tuning systems
in existence. By playing in the temperament that was in use
when a composition was created, you can experience the
sonorities of chords originally intended for that song.
When you press the [Option] button on the Basic screen,
the first page displayed shows the parameters for the
Automatic Accompaniment settings (p. 137).
When you press the [Option] button on the Piano screen,
the parameters for the piano performance settings
continue into the second page (p. 138).
Parameter
Tuning
Pedal
Setting
Explanation
Changing the tuning methods.
Assigns functions to the pedal and
performance pad (p. 142).
Master Tune
Sets the KR’s standard pitch (p. 145).
Selects the content to be shown on the
connected external display (p. 163).
External Display
Selects the language used in the
display (p. 145).
User Image
Display
Selects the image data and display
used (p. 146).
Opening
Message
Sets the message that appears when
the power is turned on (p. 147).
MIDI Setting
Program
Change
Refer to p. 159.
Memory Backup
MIDI Ensemble
Factory Reset
V-LINK
Remote Control
USB Driver
Refer to p. 159.
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You can choose from among the eight tunings described
below.
Tuning
system
Equal
This temperament divides the octave
into 12 equal parts. All intervals will be
slightly out of tune by the same amount.
This setting is in effect when you turn on
the power.
Just (Maj)
This temperament makes the 5th and
3rd intervals pure. It is unsuited to
playing melodies and cannot be
transposed, but is capable of beautiful
sonorities.
Just (min)
Just intonation differs between major
and minor keys. The same results as
major can be obtained in a minor key.
Stores edited settings and other data to
the KR (p. 147).
Refer to p. 159.
Restores the content stored with
Memory Backup to the original factory
settings (p. 148).
Refer to p. 157.
Changing the Functions of the Remote
Control’s Buttons (p. 148).
Characteristics
Refer to p. 164.
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Chapter9
Language
At Step 3 in “Procedure” (p. 138), touch <Tuning>.
Chapter 9 Various Settings
Tuning
system
Arabic
Kirnberger
Pythagorean
Characteristics
This tuning is suitable for the music of
Arabia.
This temperament is a modification of
meantone temperament and just
intonation, allowing more freedom of
modulation. Performances are possible
in all keys (III).
This temperament is based on the
theories of the Greek philosopher
Pythagoras, and has pure fourths and
fifths. Chords containing a third will
sound impure, but melodies will sound
good.
Meantone
This temperament is a partial
compromise of just intonation in order
to allow modulation.
Werkmeister
This temperament is a combination of
meantone and Pythagorean
temperaments. It allows you to play in
all keys. (First method, number three.)
■ Assigning Functions to Pedals
and Performance Pads (Pedal
Setting/User Functions)
You can assign a variety of functions to the left and center
pedals, the expression pedals, and the performance pads.
You can call up the assigned functions just by pressing the
corresponding pedal or pad.
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NOTE
Use only the specified expression pedal (EV-7/5; sold
separately). By connecting any other expression pedals, you risk
causing malfunction and/or damage to the unit.
❍ Assigning Functions to Pedals
At Step 3 “Procedure” (p. 137), touch <Pedal Setting>.
fig.d-pedalset.eps_50
Touch any one of the icons to choose the tuning system.
When playing in a temperament other than equal
temperament, you must specify the tonic (the note
corresponding to C for a major key, or to A for a minor key)
of the key in which you will play.
Touch <Key>
to select the tonic.
Chapter 9
If you have selected equal temperament, it is not necessary to
select the tonic.
Touch
to assign functions to each of the pedals.
NOTE
Pressing the One Touch Program [Piano] button restores the
piano performance functions to the pedals (p. 18).
❍ Setting the Tuning Curve (Stretch Tuning)
❍ Assigning Functions to Performance Pads
Pianos are generally tuned so that the low range is flatter and
the high range is sharper than equal tempered pitches. This
method of tuning is unique to the piano, and is known as
“stretched tuning.”
1. Press the [User Function] button and watch the
A graph that shows the changes in pitch of actual tuning
compared with the changes in equal temperament pitch is
called a tuning curve. Changing the tuning curve produces
subtle variations in the reverberations of the chords you play.
indicator light up.
A screen like the one shown below appears.
fig.d-usrfunc.eps_50
Touch the Stretch Tuning <ON> or <OFF> icon to select the
tuning curve.
When set to “ON,” the tuning curve features extended low
and high ranges (Stretch Tuning). It is suitable for piano
solos. This setting is selected when the power is turned on.
When set to “OFF,” the standard tuning curve is used. It is
suitable when playing in an ensemble with other
instruments.
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2. Touch
to assign functions to each of the
Performance Pads.
Chapter 9 Various Settings
If you set the pedal as a dedicated switch for selecting
User Programs, the function assigned to the pedal
cannot be used. Refer to “Using the Pedal to Switch User
Programs” (p. 111).
Function
Explanation
Melody
Intelligence
Turns the Melody Intelligence function on
and off (p. 59).
Fade In/Out
This starts Automatic Accompaniment
with a fade-in (where the volume gets
progressively louder), ends it with a fadeout (where the volume gets progressively
softer), then stops.
Rotary
Slow/Fast
This switches the speed of the rotary effect*
when you perform with an organ Tone.
Glide
While the pedal or Performance Pad is held
down, the pitch of the sound drops
temporarily, returning to the original pitch
when the pedal or Pad is released. This can
be effective for simulating the performance
of instruments like a Hawaiian guitar.
Composer
Play/Stop
Performs the same function as the [
(Play/Stop)] button (p. 64).
Page
Fwd 1
Press the pedal or the Pad turns the
notation appearing on the KR display to
the next page while the performance of a
song is stopped.
Page
Bwd 1
Press the pedal or the Pad turns the
notation appearing on the KR display to
the preceding page while the performance
of a song is stopped.
Page
Fwd 2
Press the pedal or the Pad turns the
notation appearing on the external display
to the next page while the performance of a
song is stopped.
❍ Functions that can be assigned (Pedals,
Performance Pads)
Function
Explanation
Leading
Bass
Toggles the Leading Bass function* on or
off. The function stays on as long as the
pedal to which this is assigned is pressed.
When assigned to a Performance Pad, this
is alternately switched on and off each time
the pad is pressed.
No Chord
Only the Moving Keys Rhythm part is
played. After No Chord is switched on,
specifying a chord by playing the actual
keys cancels the function, and all of the
accompaniment parts are played.
Break
During the performance of Automatic
Accompaniment, the accompaniment
stops for one measure only.
Fill In to
Variation
Performs the same function as the Fill In
[To Variation] button (p. 57).
Fill In to
Original
Performs the same function as the Fill In
[To Original] button (p. 57).
Fill In
A fill-in is inserted, but the accompaniment
pattern after that doesn’t change.
Half Fill In
to Variation
This plays a fill-in half a measure long,
then switches to the Variation
accompaniment pattern.
Page
Bwd 2
Press the pedal or the Pad turns the
notation appearing on the external display
to the preceding page while the
performance of a song is stopped.
Half Fill In
to Original
This plays a fill-in half a measure long,
then switches to the Original
accompaniment pattern.
Punch In/
Out
During Punch-in Recording, this starts and
stops recording (p. 118).
Original/
Variation
This changes the accompaniment pattern
without inserting a fill-in.
Tap
Tempo
Arranger
Reset
When this function is used during
Automatic Accompaniment, the
accompaniment returns to the beginning of
the Division (p. 46).
You can set the tempo according to the
interval at which the pedal or pad is
pressed
(p. 81).
Intro 1/
Ending 1
Performs the same function as the [Intro/
Ending] button (p. 54). Intro 1 and Ending
1 are played.
Intro 2/
Ending 2
Performs the same function as the [Intro/
Ending] button (p. 54). Intro 2 and Ending
2 are played.
Arranger
Start/Stop
Performs the same function as the [Start/
Stop] button (p. 54).
Orchestrat
or Up
This changes the accompaniment to a more
elavorate arrangement (p. 58).
Orchestrat
or Down
Changes the accompaniment to a simpler
arrangement (p. 58).
* What is the leading bass function?
* What is the rotary effect?
This adds a sort of spinning effect to the organ sound, similar
to the sound when a rotary speaker is used.
Changing the speed increases or decreases the speed of this
spinning effect.
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Chapter9
The function that sounds the lowest note of a fingered chord
as the bass tone is called “Leading Bass.” When this function
is turned on, the Bass Tone changes when chord inversions
are used. Usually the tonic of the chord you play sounds as
the bass tone.
Chapter 9 Various Settings
❍ Functions that can be assigned (Pedals
Only)
Function
Chapter 9
Replay
Explanation
Function
Pressing the pedal during playback of a song
stops the playback. When the pedal is
released, playback resumes from the
beginning of the measure that was playing
when the pedal was pressed. When the pedal
is pressed in rapid succession, the playback
will resume backs up the same number of
measures as the number of times the pedal is
pressed.
Expressio
n Pedal
Adjusts the overall volume.
Bend Up
This raises the pitch of notes you play on the
keyboard.
Bend
Down
This lowers the pitch of notes you play on the
keyboard.
Pedal EX1
When the pedal is pressed during a layer
performance, the Tone volume changes
between two levels, depending on how
firmly the pedal is pressed.
Pressing the pedal with “Pedal EX1” selected
increases the layer Tone volume. The layer
Tone is played at a fixed volume, regardless
of how forcefully the keys are played.
Pedal EX2
Pressing the pedal with “Pedal EX2” selected
increases the layer Tone volume.
Pedal EX3
Pressing the pedal with “Pedal EX3” selected
increases the layer Tone volume, while the
volume of the left-hand Tone is decreased.
The layer Tone is played at a fixed volume,
regardless of how forcefully the keys are
played.
Pedal EX4
Pressing the pedal with “Pedal EX4” selected
increases the layer Tone volume, while the
volume of the right-hand Tone is decreased.
Upper
Soft
The pedal functions as a soft pedal (p. 18).
Upper
Sostenuto
The pedal functions as a sostenuto pedal
(p. 18).
Lower
Damper
Applies a damper pedal effect to the sounds
in the left-hand side of the keyboard.
Bend Up
This raises the pitch of notes you play on the
keyboard.
Bend
Down
This lowers the pitch of notes you play on the
keyboard.
Pedal EX1
When the pedal is pressed during a layer
performance, the Tone volume changes
between two levels, depending on how
firmly the pedal is pressed.
Pressing the pedal with “Pedal EX1” selected
increases the layer Tone volume. The layer
Tone is played at a fixed volume, regardless
of how forcefully the keys are played.
Pedal EX2
Pressing the pedal with “Pedal EX2” selected
increases the layer Tone volume.
Pedal EX3
Pressing the pedal with “Pedal EX3” selected
increases the layer Tone volume, while the
volume of the left-hand Tone is decreased.
The layer Tone is played at a fixed volume,
regardless of how forcefully the keys are
played.
Pedal EX4
Pressing the pedal with “Pedal EX4” selected
increases the layer Tone volume, while the
volume of the right-hand Tone is decreased.
NOTE
The effect may not be applied correctly when you press a pedal
if “Pedal EX1–4” is assigned to more than one pedal.
Using the “Bend Up” or “Bend Down” function during a
split performance (p. 25) changes the pitch of sounds in
the right-hand side of the keyboard. Additionally, the
range in which the pitch can change when the Bender
effect is used is called the “bend range”; refer to
“Changing the Bend Range (Pedal Setting)” (p. 145).
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❍ Functions that can be assigned (Expression
Pedals Only)
Explanation
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■ Changing the Bend Range
(Pedal Setting)
■ Changing the Language
(Language)
The effect of smoothly raising or lowering the pitch of a
played note is called the “bender effect.”
Five choices are available for the language used in displaying
information on the screen.
You can assign the bender function to a pedal, then apply the
bender effect by depressing and releasing the pedal.
At Step 3 in “Procedure” (p. 141), touch <Language>.
You can also make a setting that determines how much the
pitch of the note changes when you apply the bender. The
maximum range of change in pitch is called the “bend
range.”
A screen like the one shown below appears.
fig.d-lang.eps_50
At Step 3 “Procedure” (p. 137), touch <Pedal Setting>.
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Touch
to select the language.
Available settings
English, Japanese, German, French, Spanish
NOTE
Touch <Bend Range>
setting.
to adjust the bend range
German, Spanish, and French are displayed for some functions.
Other screens will be displayed in English.
You can set this to any value within a range of 1 to 12 (in
half-tone steps, up to one octave).
■ Changing Standard Pitch
(Master Tune)
“Standard pitch” generally refers to the pitch that is heard
when you play middle A. When performing in an ensemble
with other instruments, adjust the standard pitch so that the
instruments of the ensemble match. Tuning all the
instruments to a standard pitch is called “master tuning.”
At Step 3 in “Procedure” (p. 141), touch <Master Tune>.
A screen like the one shown below appears.
fig.d-tuning.eps_50
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Touch
to change the pitch.
Standard pitch can be set to any value from 415.3–466.2 Hz.
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■ Selecting Images To Be Shown
on the KR and External
Displays
(User Image Display)
fig.d-usrimage2.eps_50
You can have image data from computers and other devices
shown on the onboard display, or on an external display
you’ve connected. You can store two types of image data,
“KR-display-use” data, and “external-display-use” data.
3. Touch the name of the stored image data.
“KR-display-use” images appear on the KR’s display
when the instrument’s power is turned on. Refer to the
procedure in “Changing the Settings for Showing
Images with the External Display (External Display)” (p.
163) to set the instrument so the “external-display-use”
image is displayed on the external display.
At Step 3 in “Procedure” (p. 141), touch <User Image
Display>.
A screen like the one shown below appears.
fig.d-usrimage.eps_50
When you touch <Preview>, you can then show the
selected image data on the display selected in Step 1.
4. Touch <Save>.
The selected image data is stored.
5. Press the [Exit] button to return to the previous screen.
To clear the stored image data, touch <Erase>.
❍ Image data that KR can display
Size
320 x 240 pixels (for KR display)
640 x 480 pixels (for external display)
Color
1/4/8 bit (2/16/256 colors)
BMP format
Format
1–8 characters in length (lowercase is ok). A
filename extension of “.BMP” (uppercase
characters) must be added after the name.
Selecting the display to be set
1. Touch <KR Display> or <Ext. Display>.
Select the setting either for “KR-display-use” or
“external-display-use” images.
Selecting the images to be displayed
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First, take a floppy disk to which the image data stored
in the KR has been saved, and insert the floppy disk in
the disk drive.
2. Touch <File>.
A screen like the one shown below appears.
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* The KR cannot deal with compressed
image data.
Name
The following characters can be used to
name an image.
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU
VWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrs
tuvwxyz0123456789#$%&‘()@~{}^_!
* If you use a character that cannot be used
in a name, it will be replaced by another
character when displayed.
Chapter 9 Various Settings
■ Changing the Screen Message
When the Power Is Turned On
(Opening Message)
■ Remembering the Settings
Even When the Power is
Turned Off (Memory Backup)
You can modify this screen to show your favorite phrase
when the power is turned on.
Normally, the various settings revert to their default values
when the power is turned off. However, you can specify that
the settings will be remembered even when the power is
turned off. This function is called “Memory Backup.”
At Step 3 in “Procedure” (p. 141), touch <Opening Message>.
A screen like the one shown below appears.
fig.d-openmsg.eps_50
For more on the settings stored using Memory Backup,
refer to “Parameters Stored in Memory Backup” (p. 182).
At step 3 in “Procedure” (p. 141), touch <Memory Backup>.
A screen like the one shown below appears.
fig.d-memory.eps_50
Use
to move the cursor.
When you touch the character icon, the character is input
where at the position.
When you touch the icon for the character to be input, the
character appears at the cursor position. For example,
touching the <ABC> icon in succession cycles you through the
available choices in that character group (A→B→C→A...).
Each touch of <A-a-0-!> cycles the type of characters through
“English (upper case),” “English (lower case),” “numerals,”
“symbols,” then back to “English (upper case).”
Touch <Execute>.
The confirmation message appears on screen.
Touch <OK> to store the setting.
When the setting has been stored in memory, the previous
screen will reappear.
NOTE
When you touch <Del>, the character at the cursor position is
deleted.
Never turn off the power while the display indicates
When you touch <Ins>, a space is inserted at the cursor
position.
memory, making it unusable.
<Executing...>. Doing so will damage the KR’s internal
When you have finished inputting the characters, touch
<Execute>.
NOTE
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Never turn off the power while the display indicates
<Executing...>. Doing so will damage the KR’s internal
memory, making it unusable.
If you touch <All Clear> at the bottom of the screen and
then touch <Execute>, the display reverts to the screen
that normally appears when you turn on the power to
the instrument.
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■ Restoring the Factory Settings
(Factory Reset)
■ Changing the Functions of the
Remote Control’s Buttons
You can return the content stored with “Memory Backup” (p.
147) and the User Programs (p. 107) to their original factory
settings. This operation is referred to as “Factory Reset.”
You can change the functions assigned to the remote
control’s buttons.
NOTE
At step 3 in “Procedure” (p. 141), touch <Remocon Setting>.
A screen like the one shown below appears.
When you perform a Factory Reset, all settings that have been
stored in memory up to then are erased and reset to their
factory defaults.
This operation does not return the touch screen
calibration settings to the original factory condition. To
return the touch screen calibration settings to the
original factory settings, refer to “Returning the touch
screen calibration settings to the original factory
settings” (p. 150)
When you want to restore the content registered to the
KR’s User memory to the factory condition, refer to
“Formatting the User Memory” (p. 150).
Changing the [
] (PLAY) Button Functions
6. Touch <PLAY>
[
to assign functions to
] (PLAY) button.
Display
Explanation
At step 3 in “Procedure” (p. 141), touch “Factory Reset.”
Songs are played back continuously in
sequence, starting from the currently
selected song.
A screen like the one shown below appears.
fig.d-factory.eps_50
All Song
Internal Song
Songs in the selected genre are played
back continuously.
“Favorites” Songs
Songs registered to the “Favorites” are
played back in sequence.
Songs on External Memories
Songs within the selected folder are
played back continuously.
Touch <Execute>.
One Song
The confirmation message appears on screen.
The songs are played back in random
order.
Internal Song
The songs in all genres are played back in
random order.
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Touch <OK> to restore the original factory settings.
When the setting is changed, the previous screen returns.
When you touch <Cancel>, the settings are left untouched,
and you’re returned to the previous screen.
NOTE
Never turn off the power while the display indicates
<Executing...>. Doing so will damage the KR’s internal
memory, making it unusable.
Only the selected song is played back.
Playback stops when the song is finished.
Random
“Favorites” Songs
Songs registered to the “Favorites” are
played back in random order.
Songs on External Memories
Songs within the selected folder are
played back in random order.
7. Press the [Exit] button to return to the Functions screen.
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Changing the TEMPO [-] [+] Button and the
TRANSPOSE [+] [-] Button Functions
NOTE
The remote control buttons’ original function assignments are
restored when the power is turned off. If you want to save the
4. Touch <TEMPO> or <TRANSPOSE>
to
changed settings, carry out the memory backup (p. 147).
assign functions to TEMPO [-] [+] and TANSPOSE [-]
■ Switching the Remote Sensor
On and Off (iR function)
[+] button.
Display
Explanation
You set the Remote Sensor to On (active) or Off (disabled).
Tempo
Changes the tempo. Pressing [-] slows the
tempo down; pressing [+] speeds up the
tempo.
Notation
Scrolls the score in the external display.
Press [-] to return to the previous page;
press [+] to advance to the next page.
Transpose
Transposes the song. Pressing [-] lowers
the pitch in semitone steps; pressing [+]
raises the pitch in semitone steps.
Bwd/Fwd
Fast forwards and rewinds the song.
When [-] is pressed, the song rewinds;
when [+] is pressed, the song is fast
forwarded.
When switched on, infrared transmission of song data and
remote control information is received.
At step 3 in “Procedure” (p. 141), touch “iR function.”
A screen like the one shown below appears.
5. Press the [Exit] button to return to the Functions screen.
Changing the [FUNC1] [FUNC2] Button
Functions
4. Touch <FUNC1> <FUNC2>
to assign
functions to [FUNC1] [FUNC2] button.
Display
Explanation
Touch <ON> or <OFF>
■ Calibrating the Touch Screen
(Touch Screen)
If you’ve been using the touch screen for some time, the
pointer may be shifted, making the KR react incorrectly. You
should correct this displacement when necessary by
performing calibration (repositioning).
Track 3
Each time the [FUNC] button is pressed,
the left-hand track is switched on or off.
When turned off, the sound from the lefthand track does not play.
Track 4
Each time the [FUNC] button is pressed,
the right-hand track is switched on or off.
When turned off, the sound from the
right-hand track does not play.
Pedal
Pressing the button while the song is
playing back stops the playback. When
you release the button, playback resumes
from the beginning of the measure being
played when you pressed the button.
Pressing the button a number of times in
rapid succession moves the playback
position back by the same the number of
measures, after which playback resumes.
Touch <Execute>.
Zoom
Displays an enlarged notation.
Touch the points indicated.
Repeat
Playback repeats within the marked
range.
A screen like the one shown below appears.
fig.d-touchpanel.eps_50
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5. Press the [Exit] button to return to the Functions screen.
At step 3 in “Procedure” (p. 141), touch “Touch Screen.”
NOTE
Do this carefully, because touching a location that’s different
from the one indicated for the pointer may make the
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displacement even worse. Be sure to touch the pointer
accurately.
When the calibration is finished, touch <Write> to store the
settings.
NOTE
Formatting the User Memory
The KR features an internal storage area where you can save
recorded performances and User Styles. This space is called
the “User Memory.”
Returning the touch screen calibration settings
to the original factory settings
The following content is stored to the user memory.
• Content registered to the “Favorites” (p. 68)
• Sets of saved User Programs (p. 108)
• User Styles saved on user memory (p. 134)
• Image files set with the “User Image settings” (p. 146)
If you touch <Factory Reset> in the above screen, the touch
screen calibration settings revert to the original factory
settings.
To delete all of the content held in the user memory and
restore the original factory settings, carry out the following
procedure.
If you don’t write them to memory, the calibration settings will
be discarded as soon as the power is switched off.
1. Press the [Song/File] button.
Selecting the Part to Which
the Effect is Added
(EffectsPart)
You may find effects not being applied to certain parts when
different effects are applied to the right-hand tone, layer
tone, and left-hand tone. In such instances, you can select
which effect is to have priority.
2. Touch <File>.
3. Touch <Format>.
4. Touch
to select “User Memory.”
5. Touch <Execute>.
A screen like the one shown below appears.
fig.d-touchpanel.eps_50
1. Press any tone button, and select the tone (p.**).
2. Touch <Effect>.
3. Touch <Part>.
6. Touch <OK>.
All of the content in the user memory is deleted.
If you touch <Cancel>, the deletion is cancelled, and
you’re returned to the previous screen.
NOTE
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Never turn off the power while the display indicates
<Executing...>. Doing so will damage the KR’s internal
4. Touch
to select the part which the effect is
memory, making it unusable.
added.
The effect will be applied to the selected part and other
parts to which the same effect has been applied.
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Carrying out this operation does not initialize any
settings other than the user memory settings. To restore
settings other than those for the user memory to the
original factory settings, carry out Factory Reset (p. 148).
Chapter 9 Various Settings
Automatically Starting the
Quick Tour
Adjusting the Piano Designer
Resonance
You can set the instrument so that the Quick Tour starts
automatically with no operation required.
You can made precise changes to the Piano Designer
“Resonance” setting.
1. Hold down the [Transpose] button and press the
More of the resonance effect is applied as the value is
increased.
[Ambience/Reverb] button.
1. Press the [Piano Designer] button.
The Quick Tour screen appears.
2. Press the [Option] button.
2. Press the [Option] button.
A screen like the one shown below appears.
3. Touch
Item
Auto Start
BGM
A screen like the one shown below appears.
fig.d-touchpanel.eps_50
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of each parameter to make settings.
Display
Explanation
ON, OFF
This setting determines
whether or not Auto
Demo starts when no
adjustment or other
operation is performed
within a fixed period of
time.
ON, OFF
This setting determines
whether or not
background music is
added when Auto Demo
begins.
of each item to make settings.
Item
Explanation
String resonance
With an acoustic piano, playing a
note causes the strings for other keys
already being pressed to resonate.
The function that reproduces this
resonant sound is called “String
Resonance.”
Damper Resonance
When the damper pedal on an
acoustic piano is pressed, the sound
of the key that is played causes other
strings to resonate, adding rich
reverberation and breadth to the
sound. This function reproduces the
resonant sound created by pressing
the damper pedal (Damper
Resonance).
Key-off Resonance
This reproduces the “key off” sound
(the subtle sound made when the
keys are released) produced when
playing an acoustic piano.
4. Press the [Exit] button to return to the Quick Tour
screen.
→ This setting is saved even after the power is turned off.
* For more information about Quick Tour, refer to the Quick
Start.
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When Auto Start is set to “On,” the demo starts playing
automatically when the KR-107's power is switched on.
The demo stops playing if the instrument is operated in
any way. After operation has ceased, and a period of five
to ten minutes passes without the instrument being
touched, the demo automatically starts again. When
Auto Start is set to “Off,” the demo does not start unless
you touch the icon in the Demo screen.
3. Touch
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Registor Music Assistant
Detailed Song Playback
Settings
■ Changing the Tone Settings
When Playing Back Songs
(Play Mode)
1.
2.
With the normal setting, GS tones (sounds that are
compatible with other GS instruments) will normally be used
to play back song data. By changing this setting, you can play
back song using KR-specific tones for certain portions of the
data.
3.
For detailed information about GS, refer to “About the
KR Sound Generator” (p. 183).
1. Press the [Menu] button.
The Menu screen appears.
4.
Touch
to switch the screens.
2. Touch <Play Mode>.
Disabling Functions Other
Than Piano Performance
(Panel Lock)
A screen like the one shown below appears.
fig.d-plymode.eps_60
The “Panel Lock” function locks the KR in a state where only
piano performance can be used, and all buttons will be
disabled. This prevents the settings from being inadvertently
modified even if children press the buttons accidentally.
* In the Panel Lock state, only the grand piano sound can be
played.
3. Touch the icon to choose the setting.
1. Turn down the volume all the way.
Icon
2. Press the [Power] switch to turn off the power.
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3. While holding down the [Wonderland/Game] button,
GS
Playback uses GS-compatible tones for
performances that sound like other GS
instruments.
KR
Playback uses KR tones for greater
expressiveness. However, differences
may appear when playing back using
devices other than the KR.
press the [Power] switch and turn on the power.
Then, continue to hold down the button for a few
seconds.
All buttons except for piano play are disabled.
Adjust the volume. When you play the keyboard, the
grand piano sound will be heard.
Explanation
4. Press the [Exit] button to go back to the Menu screen.
5. After changing this setting, try selecting the song once
To undo the Panel Lock function, turn the volume down
to the minimum, and turn on the power once again.
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again.
For more detailed information about selecting a song,
refer to “Playing a Song” (p. 64).
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■ Viewing Song Information
(Information)
You can view file names and other information concerning
songs.
1. Press the [Song/File] button.
The screen may be switched when you press the button
while the Lyrics screen is displayed. To have the lyrics
displayed again, touch <**~lyrics~**> on the Piano or
Basic screen, or stop playback of the song, then press the
[
2. Touch <File>.
3. Touch <Information>.
A song information is displayed.
■ Hiding the Lyrics (Lyrics)
Some commercially available music files for use in karaoke,
as well as some of the internal songs include lyrics data.
When you play such music files, the lyrics automatically
appear in the screen. If you do not want lyrics to appear
automatically, set this to “OFF.”
1. Press the [Menu] button.
(Play/Stop)] button.
■ Changing the Parts Assigned
to the Track Buttons During
SMF Playback (Track Assign)
Normally, when playing back Roland Piano Digitalcompatible SMFs (p. 183), the left-hand part is assigned to the
[3/Lower] button, and the right-hand part is assigned to the
[4/Upper] button. However, assignment of the right-hand
and left-hand parts may differ with some SMF data.
If you cannot get the right-hand and left-hand parts to work
well set on “Auto,” then change the setting to “2/1 Part” or
“3/4 Part.”
The Menu screen appears.
Touch
to switch the screens.
2. Touch <Lyrics>.
This setting is effective with SMF format song data.
This is not effective with the internal songs.
1. Press the [Menu] button.
A screen like the one shown below appears.
The Menu screen appears.
fig.d-lyric.eps_60
Touch
to switch the screens.
2. Touch <Track Assign>.
A screen like the one shown below appears.
fig.d-trkasgn.eps_60
3. Touch
to select the setting.
Display
Explanation
Lyrics are displayed automatically (when
performance data containing lyrics is
played back).
OFF
Lyrics are not displayed, even if the song
data being played back contains lyrics data.
3. Touch
to select the setting.
Display
Explanation
Auto
The part assigned to each track will be
determined automatically,
depending on the song data.
2/1 Part
Part 1 will be assigned to the right-hand
track, part 2 to the left-hand track, and part
3 to the user track.
3/4 Part
Part 4 will be assigned to the right-hand
track, part 3 to the left-hand track, and part
1 to the user track.
4. Press the [Exit] button to return to the Menu screen.
Even when this is set to “OFF,” you can still have the lyrics be
displayed by touching <lyrics> when it appears in the Piano or
Basic screen (p. 20).
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4. Press the [Exit] button to return to the Menu screen.
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After changing this setting, try selecting the song once
again.
For more detailed information about selecting a song,
refer to “Playing a Song” (p. 64).
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Chapter 10 Connecting External Devices
You can connect the KR to external devices such as audio
equipment, MIDI instruments and computer.
❍ Connecting an External Display or Television
You can connect a computer monitor or other external
display or a television to the KR107, enabling you to display
the Song Select screen, your favorite images, song lyrics, and
notations on a larger screen.
Connecting an External
Display or Television
You can connect a computer monitor or other external
display or a television to the KR107, enabling you to display
the Song Select screen, your favorite images, song lyrics, and
notations on a larger screen.
❍ Connecting Video Equipment
With a V-LINK compatible device connected, you can switch
images with the keyboard.
You can switch screens with the remote. For details, see
“Using the Remote Control” (p. 32).
❍Connecting MIDI Devices (p. 158)
You can connect a MIDI sequencer and record performance
data from the KR, or play performance data from the KR on
the sequencer. Also, when you connect a MIDI sound
module, you can perform on the KR and hear the sounds
played through the MIDI sound module.
❍ Connecting Audio Equipment (p. 161)
The KR has high-quality built-in stereo speakers, but you can
also hook it up a stereo system for an even more impressive
sound.
You can also connect it to a tape recorder or other recording
equipment and record your performances.
❍ Connecting a Computer (p. 163)
You can use a sequencer program (such as Roland VisualMT) to record performance data from the KR and play
performance data from the program on the KR.
❍Connecting an Expression Pedal
You can connect an expression pedal to the KR.
Insert the pedal cable into the Pedal connector on the
rear panel of the KR107.
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NOTE
Use only the specified expression pedal (EV-7/5; sold
separately). By connecting any other expression pedals, you risk
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causing malfunction and/or damage to the unit.
You cannot simultaneously use both an external
display and a television with the KR107. Moreover,
neither the external display nor the television will be
able to display properly if both are connected at the
same time.
When using an external display, connect the display to
the Ext Display connector, but do not connect a
television to the Video Out connector.
If using a television, connect the television to the Video
Out connector, but do not connect any external display
to the Ext Display connector.
For more information about external display settings, refer to
“Selecting What Is To Be Displayed on the External Display
or Television” (p. 50)
■ Connecting an External
Display
Displays That Can Be Connected to This
Instrument
In general, a great many of the VGA monitors and multiscan
monitors that are available on the market are compatible
with this instrument. However, before you connect any
monitor, make sure it meets the following specifications:
Resolution
640 x 480 pixels
Horizontal scan frequency
31.5 kHz
Vertical scan frequency
60 Hz
Connector
3-row, 15-pin D-Sub type
Signal
Analog
NOTE
Confirm that the display to be used is compatible with the
frequencies mentioned above. Using a display that is not
compatible with the above frequencies may result in incorrect
image output when images move, and in certain cases may even
damage the display.
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Making the Connections
one of the areas shown by the dotted lines in the
illustration below.
NOTE
Areas for placing the display
To prevent malfunction and/or damage to speakers or other devices,
always turn down the volume, and turn off the power on all devices
before making any connections.
D-sub 15 pin
(Mini)
KR Bottom
Ext Display Connector
D-sub 15 pin
(Mini)
Display Cable
(Sold separately)
External Display
1. Turn off the power to the KR107 and the display to be
connected.
2. Use display cable (sold separately) to connect the
display to the Ext Display connector on the KR107.
NOTE
You cannot display information or images with an external
display when a television is connected to the Video Out jack. To
use an external display, first disconnect the television from the
Video Out jack, then connect the external display.
• If you are placing the display on top of the KR, we
recommend using a liquid crystal display (LCD). If using
a cathode ray tube (CRT) display, take extra care to
ensure that the display rests stably on the instrument.
Turning the Power Off
After use, turn off the power using the following procedure.
1. Turn the volume all the way down on the KR107.
2. Turn off the KR107.
3. Turn off the connected display.
■ Connecting a Television
3. Switch on the KR107.
Video Cable
(Sold separately)
4. This sets the display format (p. 157).
5. Switch on the connected display.
KR107’s Jack Panel
Video Out jack
Television
For more on handling the external display, refer to your display’s
owner’s manual.
Making the Connections
Always be sure to use the following procedure when
connecting a television.
You can also remove the music rest, then place the display there so
that it faces forward. For instructions on removing the music rest,
refer to “Removing the Music Stand” (p. 19).
NOTE
You cannot display information or images with a television
when an external display is connected to the Ext Display
connector. To use an television, first disconnect the external
display from the Ext Display connector, then connect the
external display.
1. Turn off the power to the KR107 and the television to
be connected.
KR107’s Video Out jack with the television’s video
When using the KR107 with a display placed on it, be sure to
note the following precautions.
• Make sure the display sits stably on the KR107 before
use.
• Do not let the base of the display rest on any of the music
rest’s moving parts. Keep the base of the display within
input jack.
3. Turn on the power to the KR107.
4. This sets the display format (p. 157).
5. Turn on the power to the television.
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2. Use a video cable (sold separately) to connect the
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■ Changing the Settings for Showing
Images with the External Display
and the Television (External
Display)
This selects the content shown on the external display or the
television connected to the KR.
1. Switch to the Basic screen, or press the One Touch
Program [Piano] button.
2. Press the [Option] button.
3. Touch <Ext Display>.
A screen like the following appears.
fig.d-extdisp.eps_50
Notes When Switching the Display on External
Displays and Televisions
• Lyrics are not displayed with audio CDs.
• You cannot display any lyrics screen when playing back
music data that does not include lyrics data.
• The internal songs include a number of jazz pieces that
are played in an improvised fashion, and you may find
notes not conforming to measure lines, odd divisions of
the parts played in the left and right hand, and other
such features that do not match what is shown in the
notation.
Lyric Color
Selects the color used for lyric in the display.
Value: White, Black, Red, Yellow, Green, Blue, Cyan,
Magenta
Device
If you find that the image quality of the television is poor,
try switching the television format.
Value: VGA, PAL, NTSC
4. Touch the parameter
to make the settings.
5. Press the [Exit] button to return to the Function screen.
■ Explanation of Each Items
Mode
Chapter 10
Settings
Value
Explanation
Auto
The display of notations, lyrics, notation
+ keyboard, and image data are switched
automatically.
Song List
The Song select screen is normally
displayed.
Lyrics
The Lyrics screen is normally displayed.
However, lyrics are displayed only when
playing back music files that contains
lyrics data.
Notation
The Notation screen is normally
displayed.
Notation and
Keyboard
The notation and keyboard are displayed.
Panel
Screens are shown the same way they
appear in the KR107's display.
User Image
Display
The User Image is normally displayed
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Connecting Video Equipment
(V-LINK)
Connecting the KR107 to a V-LINK compatible image device
allows you to control the images with the KR107.
V-LINK (
) is functionality promoted by Roland
that allows linked performance of music and visual material.
By using V-LINK-compatible video equipment, visual effects
can be easily liked to, and made part of the expressive
elements of a performance.
fig.V-LINKkey
A0 B0 C1 D1 E1 F1 G1
A0 – G1#
While V-LINK is switched on, no sound is produced
when you press any of the twelve keys at the left end of
the keyboard.
5. Touch <OFF> to cancel the V-LINK function.
921
NOTE
To prevent malfunction and/or damage to speakers or other
devices, always turn down the volume, and turn off the power
on all devices before making any connections.
D-sub 15 pin
(Mini)
KR Bottom
Ext Display Connector
D-sub 15 pin
(Mini)
Display Cable
(Sold separately)
External Display
Connection Examples:
fig.02-
V-LINK compatible image device
USB MIDI Interface
KR107
MIDI OUT
■ Using the V-LINK function
1. Switch to the Basic screen, or press the One Touch
Program [Piano] button.
2. Press the [Option] button.
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3. Touch <V-LINK>.
4. Touch <ON>.
Switches to Image Control mode.
You can control images using the twelve keys at the left
end of the keyboard.
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Connecting MIDI Devices
By connecting an external MIDI device and exchanging
performance data, you can control one device from the other.
For instance, you can output sound from the other
instrument or switch Tones on the other instrument.
■ Making the Connections
* To prevent malfunction and/or damage to speakers or other
devices, always turn down the volume, and turn off the power
on all devices before making any connections.
1. Turn the volume all the way down on the KR and on
the device you’re about to connect.
What’s MIDI?
MIDI, short for “Musical Instrument Digital Interface,” was
developed as a universal standard for the exchange of
performance data between electronic instruments and
computers.
The KR is equipped with MIDI connectors and a Computer
connector to let it exchange performance data with external
devices. These connectors can be used to connect the KR to
an external device for even greater versatility.
2. Switch off the power to the KR and the device you’re
about to connect.
3. Use a MIDI cable (sold separately) to connect the MIDI
connectors to each other.
Please refer to the connection examples below.
4. Switch on the power to the KR and the connected
device.
984
* A separate publication titled “MIDI Implementation” is also
available. It provides complete details concerning the way
MIDI has been implemented on this unit. If you should require
this publication (such as when you intend to carry out bytelevel programming), please contact the nearest Roland Service
Center or authorized Roland distributor.
■ Connectors
fig.09-
5. Adjust the volume level on the KR and the connected
device.
6. You should also set the MIDI settings as needed.
For details on the MIDI-related settings, refer to
p. 159–p. 161.
Connection Examples:
Setup with a MIDI Sequencer
fig.09-10
Roland MT Series
Out
MIDI
In
MIDI Out Connector
Connect this to the MIDI In connector on an external MIDI
device using a MIDI cable (sold separately).
KR107
Performance data when you play the keyboard or depress a
pedal is sent from this connector to the external MIDI
connector.
MIDI In Connector
Connect this to the MIDI Out connector on an external MIDI
device using a MIDI cable (sold separately).
This receives MIDI messages that are sent from external
MIDI devices. The KR receiving MIDI messages can output
sounds, exchange tones and perform other operations.
* When the KR is connected to a MIDI sequencer, set it to Local
OFF. Refer to “Disconnecting the Keyboard from the Internal
Sound Generator (Local On/Off)” (p. 160).
Connecting with a MIDI Sound Module
fig.09-
Sound Module
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THRU
* External MIDI devices can’t be used for remotely changing the
Tones played by the KR’s keyboard.
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MIDI
OUT
IN
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Performing in Ensemble with
MIDI Instruments
(MIDI Ensemble)
MIDI Settings
You can make MIDI settings like those described below.
“MIDI Setting Screen”
fig.09-04.eps
You can connect an electronic percussion device or other
MIDI instrument to the KR’s MIDI In connector for ensemble
playing. Making the MIDI settings for the instrument
connected to the MIDI In connector is easy. The sounds from
the connected MIDI instrument are played from the KR’s
speaker.
1. Switch to the Basic screen, or press the One Touch
Program [Piano] button.
2. Press the [Option] button.
3. Touch <MIDI Ensemble>.
A screen like the following appears.
fig.09-04.eps
Display
Explanation
Tx Channel
Chooses the MIDI send channel
(p. 160).
Local Control
Switches Local Control on or off
(p. 160).
“Program Change Screen”
fig.09-04.eps
4. Select the method for using the MIDI In connector.
Displayed
Meaning
Normal
Normal setting. Make changes in Tone and
other settings from the connected device.
Pad
Select this when you have percussion pads
(such as Roland’s SPD-20 Total Percussion
Pad) connected to the KR’s MIDI In
connector. You do not need to make any
MIDI settings on the KR. Select pad Tones
and make other settings from the connected
pads (for further details, refer to the Owner’s
Manual provided with the pads).
Keyboard
Explanation
Bank Select MSB
Sends Bank Select MSB messages
(p. 161).
Bank Select LSB
Sends Bank Select LSB messages
(p. 161).
Program Change
Sends Program Change messages
(Program Numbers) (p. 161).
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Select this when you have a keyboard (such
as a Roland A-37 or AX-7 MIDI Keyboard
Controller) connected to the KR’s MIDI In
connector. You can select tones for the
connected keyboard from the KR. No MIDI
settings need be made on the KR.
Display
5. When “Keyboard” is selected in Step 4 above, use
to select the Tone.
The connected keyboard plays using the selected Tone.
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Making the Settings
1. Switch to the Basic screen, or press the One Touch
Local On: The keyboard and internal sound generator are
connected.
fig.09-
Program [Piano] button.
Sound is emitted
2. Press the [Option] button.
3. Touch <MIDI Setting> or <Program Change>.
Sound Generator
Local On
4. Touch
to make the setting for each
item.
Press the [Exit] button to return to the Functions screen.
■ Selecting the Transmit Channel
(Tx Channel)
MIDI organizes things into “channels,” which are numbered
from 1 through 16. Simply connecting a cable is not enough
for communication to take place. The connected devices must
be set to use the same MIDI channels. Otherwise, no sound
will be produced, and no sounds can be selected.
Local Off: The keyboard and internal sound generator are
separated. No sound will be produced by the keyboard when
it is played.
fig.09-
No sound produced
Sound Generator
Local Off
Select the transmit channel (1–16) of the KR.
The channel setting is at “1” when the KR is powered up.
If the keyboard has been split into right-hand and left-hand
sections, messages from the left-hand section are fixed at “3.”
The KR receives messages on all channels from 1 through 16.
■ Disconnecting the Internal
Sound Generator and
Keyboard (Local Control)
When connecting a MIDI sequencer, set Local Control to
“OFF.” The setting is at “Local Control ON” when the KR is
powered up.
As illustrated, information describing what has been played
on the keyboard is passed to the sound module over two
different routes, (1) and (2). As a result, you hear overlapping
or intermittent sounds. To prevent this from happening,
route (1) must be disabled, by setting the unit to what is
known as “Local Off.”
fig.09-
(1) Local On
Sequencer
Sound
Generator
MIDI
IN
MIDI
OUT
Chapter 10
Memory
MIDI
OUT
Each note played is sounded twice
160
MIDI
IN
(2) Soft Tru On
→ When connecting a unit in the Roland MT series, you don’t
need to switch off Local Control. MT units transmit Local Off
messages when their power is switched on. First turn on the
power to the KR-107, then after a few moments, play a note on
the KR-107; when you turn on the power to the MT Series
device, Local Off is automatically enabled for the KR-107.
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■ Sending Tone Change Messages
(Program Change/Bank Select
MSB/Bank Select LSB)
A Program Change is a message that means “change to the
Tone of the specified number.” The device that receives this
changes to the Tone of the corresponding number.
When you choose a Program Change message (Program
Number), the Program Number will be transmitted to the
MIDI device connected to the KR. The MIDI device that
receives the Program Number changes the tone to the
corresponding Program Number.
Normally, the Tone is selected from the 128 Tones available.
Some MIDI devices, however, have more than 128 Tones.
With such devices, the Tone is selected through a
combination of Program Change messages and Bank Select
messages. There are two parts of a Bank Select message: the
MSB (Controller 0, with a value of 0–127) and the LSB
(Controller 32, with a value of 0–127).
* Some MIDI instruments can’t handle Bank Select messages.
Others can handle Bank Selects, but do not recognize the LSB
part.
■ Sending Recorded
Performance Data to a MIDI
Device (Composer MIDI Out)
When Composer Out is active, you can send performance
data recorded with the KR to a connected MIDI device or
computer.
When you turn on the power, this is set to “OFF” (data is not
sent).
1. Press the [Menu] button.
Connecting to Audio
Equipment
When you connect the KR to audio equipment, you can play
the sounds from the KR through the speakers on the audio
equipment or record your performances on a tape recorder
or other recording device.
When connecting, please use audio cables (sold separately)
with standard phone plugs.
■ Connectors
fig.09-
Output (Main) Jacks
You can connect audio equipment using audio cables (sold
separately) and play the sounds from the KR through the
speakers on the connected equipment, or record your
performances on a tape recorder or other recording device.
If the input of the connected device is monaural, you must
use the L (Mono) jack.
Input Jacks
You can connect another sound source, such as audio
equipment or an electronic instrument, using audio cables
(sold separately). Play the sounds from the connected device
through the speakers on the KR.
If the input of the connected device is monaural, you must
use the L (Mono) jack.
* You cannot use the KR to adjust the volume of the connected
sound generating device.
926a
2. Touch <Composer MIDI Out>.
fig.09-04.eps
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3. Touch
* When connection cables with resistors are used, the volume
level of equipment connected to the inputs jacks may be low. If
this happens, use connection cables that do not contain
resistors, such as those from the Roland PCS series.
to set ON or OFF.
4. Press the [Exit] button to return to the Menu screen.
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■ Making the Connections
* To prevent malfunction and/or damage to speakers or other
devices, always turn down the volume, and turn off the power
on all devices before making any connections.
2. Turn off the power to the KR and other connected
equipment.
3. Use audio cables (sold separately) to make the
connection.
Playing Sounds from the KR Through the Speakers
on Audio Equipment or Recording Your
Performances on a Recording Device
4. Turn on the connected equipment.
fig.09-
6. Adjust the volume level on the KR and the connected
Input R/L
(Line In, Aux In)
5. Turn on the KR.
device.
After use, turn off the power using the following procedure.
1. Turn the volume all the way down on the KR and on
KR107
the device you’re about to connect.
2. Turn off the KR.
1. Turn the volume all the way down on the KR and on
the device you’re about to connect.
2. Turn off the power to the KR and other connected
equipment.
3. Use audio cables (sold separately) to make the
connection.
4. Switch on the KR.
5. Switch on the connected device.
6. Adjust the volume level on the KR and the connected
device.
Recording KR Performances on a Recording Device
7. Start recording with the connected device.
8. Play the keyboard.
9. When the performance ends, stop recording on the
connected equipment.
Playing Audio Equipment Sounds Through the
Speakers on the KR
fig.09-
Chapter 10
Output R/L
(Line Out)
KR107
1. Turn the volume all the way down on the KR and on
the device you’re about to connect.
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3. Turn off the connected equipment.
Chapter 10 Connecting External Devices
Connecting a Computer
■ Connect to the MIDI Connectors
You can use a USB MIDI interface cable (sold separately) to
connect the KR to your computer.
If the KR is connected to a computer in which sequencer
software such as Roland’s “Visual MT” is installed, a song
you’ve recorded on the KR can be saved on your computer.
Connection examples
* To prevent malfunction and/or damage to speakers or other
devices, always turn down the volume, and turn off the power
on all devices before making any connections.
* In order to make connections to your computer, you must
install “MIDI driver” software on your computer. For details,
refer to the owner’s manual for your MIDI interface.
■ Connect to the USB Connector
You can connect you computer with a USB cable to the USB
connector, located on the left underside of the KR-107, and
exchange MIDI data between the instrument and the
computer. You can use the KR to play SMF data created with
the computer and exchange performance data in the same
manner as with MIDI devices connected to the MIDI
connectors.
Connecting your computer to the KR107 for the first time requires
installation of the “USB Driver” (on the included CD-ROM) to the
computer.
The correct driver and the installation procedure will depend on
your system and on the other programs you are using. Be sure to
read the Readme file on the CD-ROM before installation.
Windows XP/2000
→ \W2kXP\Readme_E.htm
Windows Me/98/98SE
Use a USB MIDI interface cable to connect the USB
connector of your computer to the MIDI connectors of
the KR.
→ \W98Me\Readme_E.htm
Mac OS X
→ \Driver (Mac OS X)\Readme_e.htm
fig.comp.e
Bottom left of the KR
*
Only MIDI data can be transmitted using USB.
*
To prevent malfunction and/or damage to speakers or other devices,
always turn down the volume, and turn off the power on all devices
before making any connections.
MIDI OUT
MIDI IN
*
to purchase.
USB Connector
of your Computer
*
Computer
USB cables are not included. Consult your Roland dealer if you need
Turn on the power to the KR107 before starting up MIDI applications
on the computer. Do not turn the KR107 on or off while any MIDI
USB MIDI Interface
application is running.
*
If not using USB, disconnect the USB cable from the KR107.
*
If during the transmission/reception of data, the computer switches to
energy-saving mode or suspended mode, or if the KR107’s power is
switched on or off, the computer may freeze, or the KR107’s operation
may become unstable.
*
Do not connect or disconnect the USB cable while the KR107’s power
is on++++++++++++.
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For more on system requirements, refer to the “USB
Installation Guide.” However, note that the KR107 is
not compatible with Mac OS 9.
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Connection examples
fig.comp.e
Bottom left of the KR
USB connector
USB Connector
of your Computer
Computer
1. Turn off the power to the KR107 and the computer.
2. Start up the computer.
3. Connect the KR-107 and the computer with a USB
cable.
4. Turn on the power to the KR-107.
→ Refer to the owner's manual that came with your computer
■ Making the Settings for the
USB Driver
This sets the USB driver used when you have a computer
connected to the USB connector.
1. Open the Basic screen or press the One Touch [Piano]
button.
2. Touch the [Setting] button.
3. Touch <USB Driver>.
4. Touch
to select the driver type.
Indication
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USB
Driver
Description
Original
Select this when using the
supplied driver with a USB
connection.
Under ordinary circumstances,
use this mode.
Original 2
This is an auxiliary mode.
It is not normally used.
Generic
Select this when using a generic
USB driver included with the OS
with a USB connection.
5. After changing the settings, turn the power off, then on
again.
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Appendices
Troubleshooting
If you think there’s a problem, read this first.
Case
Cause/Remedy
The power doesn’t
come on
The button doesn’t
work
Nothing appears
on screen
Vertical lines
appear in the
screen/Color is
“washed out” at the
edges of the
screen
The touch screen
doesn’t respond
correctly
Is the power cord connected and plugged
in correctly? (p. 16)
pedal has no
effect, or the pedal
effect doesn’t stop
Is the external display properly connected (p.
154)?
Is the external display’s power turned on?
The KR uses a liquid-crystal screen, so text
may not be displayed when the ambient
temperature is below freezing.
These occur due to the nature of a liquid
crystal display, and do not indicate a
malfunction. They can be minimized by
adjusting the brightness of the screen (p.
19).
Are you using a display that is compatible
with the KR?
Refer to “Displays That Can Be Connected
to This Instrument” (p. 154).
Images not shown
on external display
when external
display is
Are the KR’s settings correct?
Follow the instructions in “Selecting
Images To Be Shown on the KR and
External Displays (User Image Display)”
(p. 146) to set the “External Display” image.
Also refer to “Changing the Settings for
Showing Images with the External Display
and the Television (External Display)” (p.
156).
yokosen+++++
++++++++++++
television+++++
++++++++++++
No sound is heard
Is the volume level of the KR (p. 18) or
connected device turned all the way down?
Normal pedal operation is automatically
enabled when the One Touch Program
[Piano] button is pressed (p. 18).
The volume level
of the instrument
connected to Input
jacks is too low
external
memory+++++
Low hum coming
from external
device
Mic volume has
changed+++++
Are headphones plugged in? (p. 18)
+++++++++++
Could you be using a connection cable that
contains a resistor?
Use a connection cable that does not
contain a resistor.
926b
Do you have a television and external
display connected at the same time?
Connect only one of these.
connected
The positioning of the touch screen may
become displaced if some time has passed
since it was last used. Take a look at
“Calibrating the Touch Screen (Touch
Screen)” (p. 149) to correct the positioning.
Has a different function been assigned to
the pedal?
See “Assigning Functions to Pedals and
Performance Pads (Pedal Setting/User
Functions)” (p. 142).
Cause/Remedy
+++++++++++
Is the panel locked? (p. 152)
Turn the power off, then back on.
Is the pedal connected correctly?
Make sure the pedal cord extending from
the stand is securely connected to the pedal
connector on the rear of the unit (p. 16).
Depressing a
Case
Has the Balance knob been moved all the
way to the right or left?
Has the volume been set to “0” using the
Part Balance? (p. 62)
No sound is heard
++++++++++++
Are all sliders in the Equalizer screen at the
minimum level? (p. 33)
Has the footage been adjusted so that all
frequency components aren’t sounded? (p.
15 in the Quick Start)
Do you have different external devices
plugged into different power outlets?
When connecting external devices, always
draw power from the same outlet.
Is the speaker cable connected and plugged
in correctly?
V-LINK++++++++++++
Vocal Effect++++++++++++
Have all devices been switched on?
Remocon is not
affected+++++
++++++++++++
No sound is heard
(when a MIDI
instrument is
Does the MIDI channel match the
connected instrument? (p. 160)
Appendices
connected)
Are the MIDI cables connected correctly?
(p. 158)
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Troubleshooting
Case
No sound is heard
when the keyboard
is played
Not all played
notes are sounded
Cause/Remedy
Case
Has Local Control been set to “Off”?
When Local Control is set to Off, no sound
is produced by playing the keyboard.
Set Local Control to On (p. 160).
The maximum number of notes can play
simultaneously is 128. Frequent use of the
damper pedal during automatic
accompaniment or when playing along
with a song on floppy disk may result in
performance data with too many notes,
causing some notes to drop out.
The Tone has
changed
twice (doubled)
when the keyboard
is played
Is the KR in layer play? (p. 25)
Reverberation still
When the KR is connected to an external
sequencer, set it to the Local OFF mode
(p. 160). Alternatively, the sequencer could
be set so its Soft Thru feature is OFF.
audible even with
Reverb turned off
Have you set transpose? (p. 87)
The tuning or pitch
of the keyboard or
song is off
Effects cannot be
applied to Tones
A note doesn’t stop
playing
Are the settings for the “Temperament”
and “Stretch Tuning” correct? (p. 141)
Is the setting for the “Master Tune” correct?
(p. 145)
If different effects have been selected for
the right-hand, left-hand, Layer, and other
Tones, and the effects for the Parts don't
match, only one of the effects is applied.
It’s not possible to apply more than one
effect at the same time, so when a
performance has been recorded on multiple
tracks or when playing along with a song as
it’s played back, the desired effect may not
be applied.+++++Are the settings for the
part to which the effect is applied assigned
to any part other than the one to which you
want to have the effect applied?
Have the Chord Tone and Bass Tone been
changed? (p. 138)
Some Chord Tone and Bass Tone notes may
be sounded continuously.
Sound from the
Output jacks is not
right
In the upper range,
the sound changes
abruptly beyond a
certain key
A High-pitched
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whine is produced
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During automatic accompaniment,
changing the Music Style automatically
changes the Tones and tempo of the upper
part of the keyboard to match the new
Music Style. If you want to change only the
Music Style without also altering the tempo
and Tone, check out “Changing Music
Styles Without Changing the Tone or
Tempo (One Touch Setting)” (p. 138).
When a performance made along with a
Music Files tune has been recorded,
recording the performance to button [1/
Whole] may make the Tones for buttons [3/
Lower] and [4/Upper] change as well.
The sound is strange
Sounds are heard
Cause/Remedy
Since the KR’s piano sounds faithfully
reproduce the sense of spaciousness and
reverberation of an actual acoustic piano’s
sound, a certain amount of reverberation is
still perceptible, even with the reverb effect
deactivated.
Have you made the correct Advanced 3D
settings for use with headphones?
Changing the Advanced 3D “Mode” to
“Headphones” or “Auto” and connecting a
pair of headphones configures the settings
for use with headphones.
On an acoustic piano, notes in the upper
one and a half octaves of the keyboard
continue to sound until they decay
naturally, regardless of the damper pedal.
There is a difference in the timbre as well.
Roland pianos faithfully simulate such
characteristics of the acoustic piano. The
range that is unaffected by the damper
pedal will change depending on the Key
Transpose setting.
When listening through headphones:
Some of the more flamboyant and
effervescent piano tones feature an ample
high-end component, which may make the
sound appear to have metallic reverberation
added. Since this reverberation becomes
particularly audible when supplemented by
heavy reverb, you may be able to diminish
the problem by reducing the amount of
reverb applied to the sound.
When listening through speakers:
Here, a different cause (such as resonance
produced by the KR) would be suspect.
Consult your Roland dealer or nearest
Roland Service Center.
Troubleshooting
Case
The bass range
sounds odd, or
there is a vibrating
resonance
Cause/Remedy
When listening through speakers:
Playing at loud volumes may cause
instruments near the KR to resonate.
Resonation can also occur with fluorescent
light tubes, glass doors, and other objects.
In particular, this problem occurs more
easily when the bass component is
increased, and when the sound is played at
higher volumes. Use the following
measures to suppress such resonance.
• Place speakers so they are 10–15 cm from
walls and other surfaces.
• Reduce the volume.
• Move the speakers away from any
resonating objects.
When listening through headphones:
Here, a different cause (such as resonance
produced by the KR) would be suspect.
Consult your Roland dealer or nearest
Roland Service Center.
The automatic accompaniment doesn’t play
correctly
Can’t select a tone
or Music Style
accompaniment is
not heard
Cause/Remedy
Only the sound of a
Is the light for the Track button
extinguished? (p. 83)
If the button light is out, the music on that
track is not heard. Press the track button so
the light is illuminated.
particular
instrument in a
song does not play
Pressing the [
(Reset)] button
doesn’t return to
the beginning of
the song
Have you pressed the One Touch Program
[Arranger] button?
If the One Touch Program [Arranger]
button has not been pressed, only the
rhythm pattern is played (p. 53).
Chord Intelligence
can’t be used
Accompaniment
tempo becomes
unstable
The [
(Fwd)]
and [
(Bwd)]
buttons don’t work
There is a slight
delay before
playback of a song
on external
memory starts
Lyrics are not
indicated properly
in the display
There are two types of SMF music files:
format 0 and format 1. If the song uses SMF
format 1 data, there will be a slight delay
until playback starts. Refer to the booklet
that came with the music files you’re using
to determine the format type.
If you press a button while the lyrics are
being shown in the display, the lyrics will
disappear. To recall them, touch <lyrics> in
the Piano or Basic screen, or press the
[
(Play/Stop)] button.
If you select a part that does not contain
performance data, notes will not be
displayed in the notation. Change the part
that is displayed (p. 75).
Notation is not
back
If you attempt to play back performance
data that contains more data than the entire
capacity of the KR’s memory, you may find
that operations other than playback (such
as rewind or fast forward) become
unavailable.
In the notation screen, some lyrics or notes
could extend beyond the edges of the
screen, and not be displayed.
In certain cases, such as when playing
Music Styles on floppy disks, the
accompaniment may lag when excessive
amounts of performance data are used.
Song doesn’t play back correctly
Song doesn’t play
song. Press the [
(Reset)] button several
times more to return to the beginning of the
tune.
With some music files, the lyrics cannot be
displayed correctly.
Is the setting for “Piano Style Arranger”
active? (p. 61)
indicated properly
in the display
The notation screen feature is particularly
unsuitable for the display of difficult,
complex musical works that demand
accurate notation. Refer to “Notes
Regarding the Notation Display” (p. 73).
In the notation screen, some lyrics or notes
could extend beyond the edges of the
screen, and not be displayed.
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Does the screen indicate message, like “OK
to delete song?” (p. 89)
The internal songs cannot be played back
while recorded performance data remains
in the KR’s memory. Try playing back the
song after deleting the performance data.
Some music files may contain settings that
stop play at a point partway through the
The fast-forward and reverse buttons are
ignored while music files is being read in.
Wait until processing finishes.
Is the 16-track Sequencer screen displayed?
(p. 113)
Has Chord Intelligence been switched off?
(p. 138)
Have song settings been changed for each
Part on the 16-Track sequencer screen (p.
114)?
Has a Marker placed in the song? (p. 84)
Press the [Exit] button several times to
return to the Basic screen (p. 20), and then
select a tone or Music Style.
Has the Balance knob been moved all the
way to the right? (p. 62)
Automatic
Case
Troubleshooting
Case
Song becomes
unstable
internal song
cannot +++++
Cause/Remedy
In certain cases, such as when playing
songs on floppy disks, the song may lag
when excessive amounts of performance
data are used.
remocon [MUTE]++++++++++++
Unable to play
The KR107 can play back audio files in the
following format.
• “.WAV” extension
back audio files
• 16bit linear
• Sampling rate of “44.2 kHz”
• Stereo
Can’t record
Has one of the track buttons for recording
been selected? (p. 95)
Has the setting for “Punch-in Recording”
(p. 118) or “Tempo Recording” (p. 127)
been made?
Select the replace recording method (p.
117).
Can’t record
It is not possible to record while the
notation is being generated. Once the unit
has finished generating the notation (i.e.,
when the measure number in the screen is
no longer highlighted), try the operation
once again.
Audio file You cannot include audio files in
recordings.
Tempo of recorded
song or
metronome is off
The recorded
performance has
Appendices
disappeared
168
If you select an internal song in which the
tempo changes during the song, and then
record, the tempo will change in the same
way for the performances that are recorded
on the other tracks. The tempo of the
metronome will also change in the same
way.
If you record additional material without
erasing the previously recorded song, the
song will be recorded at the first-recorded
tempo. Please erase the previously
recorded song before you re-record (p. 96).
Any performance that has been recorded is
deleted when the power to the KR is turned
off or a song is selected. A performance
cannot be restored once it’s been deleted.
Be sure to save it on a floppy disk or User
Memory before you turn off the power
(p. 101).
Error Messages
Indication
Meaning
Error 01:
You can only read the music file. It can not be saved.
Error 02:
An error occurred during writing. The storage media’s protect tab may be in the “Protect” (writing
prohibited) position, or the storage media may not yet be initialized.
Error 10:
No storage media is inserted.
Insert the storage media and try again.
Error 11:
There is not sufficient free memory in the save destination.
Either insert other storage media or delete unneeded files and try again.
Error 14:
An error occurred during writing. The storage media may be corrupted.
Insert other storage media and try again. Alternatively, you can initialize the storage media.
Error 15:
The file is unreadable.
The data format is not compatible with the RG-7.
Error 16:
Data was not called up in time for playback of the song.
After waiting several seconds, you may be able to play back the song by pressing the [
] button again.
Error 17:
The selected image data cannot be displayed.
Prepare image data that can be used with the RG-7 (p. **).
Error 30:
The internal memory capacity of the RG-7 is full.
Error 40:
The RG-7 cannot deal with the excessive MIDI data sent from the external MIDI device.
Reduce the amount of MIDI data sent to the RG-7.
Error 41:
A MIDI cable has been disconnected.
Connect it properly and securely.
Error 43:
A MIDI transmission error has occurred.
Check the MIDI cable and connected MIDI device.
Error 51:
There may be a problem with the system.
Repeat the procedure from the beginning. If it is not solved after you have tried several times, contact the
Roland service center.
Error 65:
The Ext Memory port was subjected to excessive current.
Check the storage media to confirm that no damage has occurred to it.
Appendices
169
Tone List
Appendices
[Piano]
NaturalGrand
Vintage EP
FM E.Piano
Natural Hps.
Vibraphone
Ariel Piano
Natural Gnd2
Honky-tonk
'60sE.Piano1
Phase Clav.2
Morning Lite
Jazzy Vib+Gt
Piano Str2
Piano Oohs
Rock Piano
NaturalMello
Stage EP
Stage Phazer
Vibrations
Celesta
Marimba
Xylophone
NaturalC.Hps
Clav.
Music Box
Glockenspiel
Grand Piano1
Grand Piano2
MellowPiano1
PianoStrings
Bright Piano
DetunedPiano
Honky-tonk 2
MellowPiano2
PianoKidsCho
Air Grand
Ballad Piano
UprightPiano
Mono Piano
FM+SA EP
MIDI Piano1
EG+E.Piano 1
EG+E.Piano 2
Bell Piano
E. Grand
Mild E.Grand
Soft E.Piano
Phase EP
E.Piano 1
Pop E.Piano
Tremolo EP
'60sE.Piano2
E.Piano 2
EP Phase
St.FM EP
EP Legend
Harpsichord
Coupled Hps.
Harpsichord2
Comp Clav.
Reso Clav.
Phase Clav.
Pulse Clav
Celesta 2
Soft Marimba
Vibe Tr.
Marimba Tr.
Kalimba
Music Box 2
Music Bell
Music Bell 2
Tubular-bell
Church Bell
Ballad Bells
Bell Monitor
Timeline
Vibra Bells
[Organ]
ChurchOrgan1
Combo Jz.Org
Ballad Organ
German Acco.
Blues Harp
L-Organ
Jazz Organ1
Masked Opera
Grand Pipe
Theater Org.
La Seine
ParisRomance
Mellow Bars
Organ 1
Organ 2
Lower Organ1
Trem. Organ
'70s E.Organ
'60s Organ
Jazz Organ2
Jazz Organ3
Jazz Organ4
Chorus Organ
Perc. Organ
Rock Organ1
Rotary Organ
Rotary Org.S
Rotary Org.F
ChurchOrgan2
Pipe Organ
Trem.Flute
Organ Flute
Nason flt 8'
Organ Bass
Pipe Org. Bs
Digi Church
VS Organ
Metalic Org.
CheeseOrgan
Accordion Fr
AccordionFr2
Accordion It
Bright Acco.
Soft Acco.
Bandoneon
Harmonica
[Guitar / Bass]
EX Nylon Gtr
EX Steel Gt.
Jazz Guitar2
Fl.Gtr Roll
Mandolin
JC Chorus Gt
TC Clean ff
Overdrive Gt
DistortionGt
Amore Story
EX A.Guitar2
Uncle Martin
Flamenco Gtr
Jazz Guitar
Wild Ac.Bs
A.Bass+Cymbl
Acoustic Bs.
Fingered Bs.
Picked Bass
Fretless Bs.
Nylon Guitar
Requint Gtr
EX Ac.Guitar
Steel-str.Gt
12-str.Gt
Steel + Body
Nylon+Steel
EX A.Guitar3
Steel Vox
Ukulele
Hawaiian Gt
Clean Gt.
JC Clean Gt.
Mid Tone GTR
TC Rear Pick
Acid Guitar
Open Hard
Feedback Gt.
Power Guitar
Guitar Pinch
Mystic Gtr
Funk Gt.
Funk Gt.2
Muted Gt.
Muted Dis.Gt
Rock Rhythm
Dist Rtm GTR
Wah Brush Gt
Wood Bass
W.Bass+Ride
Rockabilly
Finger Slap
Mr.Smooth
Slap Bass 1
Slap Bass 2
Synth Bass 1
Jungle Bass
Hammer
SynthBass101
ResoSH Bass
Acid Bass
Clavi Bass
Synth Bass 2
Beef FM Bass
Attack Pulse
Rubber Bass
Sitar
Sitar 2
Banjo
Shamisen
Koto
Taisho Koto
[Strings]
DolceStrings
Velo Strings
Dolce Qrt
Lunar Strngs
R&B SoftPad
Wind & Str
Aerial Harp
Violin
Cello
Harp Strings
Mellow Str
EX Orchestra
Slow Violin
PizzicatoStr
Strings
Oct Strings
Strings 2
DecayStrings
Bright Str
Slow Strings
SlowStrings2
Legato Str
Warm Strings
Sahara Str
Decay Str2
Tremolo Str
Orchestra
Orchestra 2
Farewell
Choir Str
Bell Strings
Pearly Harp
Harp
St. Harp
Viola
Contrabass
Santur
Yang Qin
Yang Qin 2
Er Hu
Soft Pad
Soft Pad 2
Syn.Strings1
Syn.Strings2
Syn.Slow Str
OB Strings
JP Saw Str
Timpani
Warm JP Str
OrchestraHit
Good Old Hit
Euro Hit
6th Hit
Bass Hit
Philly Hit
Philly Hit 2
Mix Hit 1
Mix Hit 2
[Sax/Brass]
BlowAltoVib
PowerBrass 2
Sax Section
Flute
Good Old Day
Brass Sect 2
EX Tp&Shake
Super Tenor
AltoSax Soft
Soprano Sax
Clarinet
Oboe
EX Trumpet
Flugel Horn
Pan Flute
Qu Di
SuperF.Horns
Angel Pipes
Trumpet
Tp Shake
Bright Tp.
Warm Tp.
Dark Trumpet
Romantic Tp
Trombone
Trombone 2
Twin bones
Bones Sect.
Bright Tb.
Tuba
MutedTrumpet
MuteTrumpet2
MuteTrumpet3
French Horns
French Horn2
OrchestraBrs
Brass 1
Brass 2
BrassSection
PowerBrass
Pop Orch
Contemp'Orch
Brass sfz
Brass Fall
Trumpet Fall
EX Alto Sax
AltoSax + Tp
Alto Sax
Grow Sax
BreathyTenor
Tenor Sax
Tenor Sax 2
Tenor Sax f
Tenor Sax B
Baritone Sax
English Horn
Bassoon
Piccolo
Flute 2
Recorder
Bottle Blow
Shakuhachi
Whistle
Ocarina
Bagpipe
Lochscape
Andes Mood
HimalayaPipe
Wide SynBrss
DeepSynBrass
Jump Brass
Saw Brass1
Saw Brass2
Synth Brass1
Synth Brass2
DetuneSawBrs
Pro Brass
SynBrass sfz
[Voice]
Aerial Choir
Jazz Scat
Kid's Choir
Dreaming Box
Rich Choir
Angels Choir
Boys Choir
Opera Voice
Mellow Choir
Holy Voices
Mystic Str
Trancy X
HPF Slicer
Side Band X
Glasswaves
Church Choir
Voice Oohs
Voice Oohs 2
Choir Hahs
Decay Choir
Doos Voice
Doot Accent
Dat Accent
Bap Accent
Thum Voice
Humming
SynVox
170
Tone List
Warm SquPad
Voyager
Film Cue
HumanKindnes
Bowed Glass
Metal Pad
Orbiting
Visionary
Halo Pad
JP8 Sqr Pad
Vox Sweep
Consolament
JP-8 Phase
Sweep Pad
Sweep Pad 2
Ice Rain
Clavi Pad
Toy Box
Soundtrack
Crystal
Syn Mallet
ChristmasBel
Clear Bells
Himalaya Ice
Glittery Pad
Atmosphere
Harpvox
Nylon Harp
Nylon + EP
HollowReleas
Tubulence
Landing Pad
Shangri-La
Motion Pad
Brightness
Org Bells
Goblin
Saturn Siren
RandomEnding
Echo Drops
Echo Bell
Echo Pan
Echo Pan 2
Big Panner
Ai-yai-a
Saturn Rings
Star Theme
Rising Osc
Galaxy Way
12th Planet
PolySweep Nz
En-co-re
Piano 1
Piano 1w
Piano 1d
Piano 2
Piano 2w
Piano 3
Piano 3w
Honky-tonk
Honky-tonk 2
E.Piano 1
E.Piano 2
'60s E.Piano
E.Piano 1v
E.Piano 2v
Detuned EP 1
Detuned EP 2
Harpsichord
Coupled Hps.
Harpsi.w
Harpsi.o
Clav.
Celesta
Glockenspiel
Music Box
Vibraphone
Vibe.w
Marimba
Marimba w
Xylophone
Tubular-bell
Church Bell
Carillon
Santur
Organ 1
Organ 2
Pop Organ 1
Detuned Or.1
Detuned Or.2
Church Org.1
Church Org.2
Church Org.3
Full Organ
Jazz Organ1
Rock Organ
Reed Organ
Accordion Fr
Accordion It
Harmonica
Bandoneon
Nylon-str.Gt
Nylon Gt.2
Nylon Gt.o
Ukulele
Steel-str.Gt
12-str.Gt
Mandolin
Jazz Guitar
Hawaiian Gt
Clean Gt.
Chorus Gt.
Muted Gt.
Funk Gt.
Funk Gt.2
Overdrive Gt
DistortionGt
Feedback Gt.
Gt.Harmonics
Gt. Feedback
Acoustic Bs.
Fingered Bs.
Picked Bs.
Fretless Bs.
Slap Bass 1
Slap Bass 2
SynthBass101
Synth Bass 1
Synth Bass 2
Synth Bass 3
Synth Bass 4
Rubber Bass
Violin
Slow Violin
Viola
Cello
Contrabass
Tremolo Str
PizzicatoStr
Harp
Timpani
Strings
Orchestra
Slow Strings
Syn.Strings1
Syn.Strings2
Syn.Strings3
Choir Aahs
Choir
Pop Voice
SynVox
OrchestraHit
Trumpet
Trombone
Trombone 2
Tuba
MutedTrumpet
French Horns
French Horn2
Brass 1
Brass 2
Synth Brass1
Synth Brass2
Synth Brass3
Synth Brass4
AnalogBrass1
AnalogBrass2
Soprano Sax
Alto Sax
Tenor Sax
Baritone Sax
Oboe
English Horn
Bassoon
Clarinet
Piccolo
Flute
Recorder
Pan Flute
Bottle Blow
Shakuhachi
Whistle
Ocarina
Square Wave
Square
Sine Wave
Saw Wave
Saw
Doctor Solo
Syn.Calliope
Chiffer Lead
Charang
Solo Vox
5th Saw Wave
Bass & Lead
Fantasia
Warm Pad
Polysynth
Space Voice
Bowed Glass
Metal Pad
Halo Pad
Sweep Pad
Ice Rain
Soundtrack
Crystal
Syn Mallet
Atmosphere
Brightness
Goblin
Echo Drops
Echo Bell
Echo Pan
Star Theme
Sitar
Sitar 2
Banjo
Shamisen
Koto
Taisho Koto
Kalimba
Bagpipe
Fiddle
Shanai
Tinkle Bell
Agogo
Steel Drums
Woodblock
Castanets
Taiko
Concert BD
Melo. Tom 1
Melo. Tom 2
Synth Drum
808 Tom
Elec Perc.
Reverse Cym.
Gt.FretNoise
Gt.Cut Noise
String Slap
Breath Noise
Fl.Key Click
Seashore
Rain
Thunder
Wind
Stream
Bubble
Bird
Dog
Horse-Gallop
Bird 2
Telephone 1
Telephone 2
DoorCreaking
Door
Scratch
Windchime
Helicopter
Car-Engine
Car-Stop
Car-Pass
Car-Crash
Siren
Train
Jetplane
Starship
Burst Noise
Applause
Laughing
Screaming
Punch
Heart Beat
Footsteps
Gun Shot
Machine Gun
Lasergun
Explosion
Appendices
Analog Voice
InfinitePhsr
X Super Saws
Fat Stacks
Frgile Saws
SuperSawSlow
Electrostars
Bending Logo
2600 Sine
Square Wave
Mg Square
JP8 Square
LM Square
Syn.Square
CC Solo
Sleeper
Dual Sqr&Saw
Jupiter Lead
Sinetific
FM Lead 1
FM Lead 2
Saw Wave
Saw
Doctor Solo
Mg Lead
P5 Saw Lead
JP SuperSaw
Rhythmic Saw
Natural Lead
SequencedSaw
Waspy Synth
Velo SawLead
Attack Lead
DelyResoSaws
Wezcoast
Syn.Calliope
JP8 Pulse
LM PureLead
Orgaenia
Chiffer Lead
Cheese Saw
JP OctAttack
Charang
Reso Saw
Wire Lead
2600 SubOsc
Solo Vox
RAVE Vox
5th Saw Wave
Freeze Synth
Bass & Lead
Fat & Perky
Delayed Lead
Fantasia
Fantasia 2
New Age Pad
New Age Pad2
Sugar Key
FreezinNight
New Year Day
Warm Pad
Sine Pad
Nu Epic Pad
Hollow Pad
Decay Pad
Polysynth
P5 Poly
Poly King
Octave Stack
Hoovercraft
DOC Stack
Bustranza
Space Voice
Heaven II
171
Drum Set List
*
-----: No sound.
*
[EXC]: will not sound simultaneously with other percussion instruments of the same number.
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
C2 36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
C3 48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
C4 60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
C5 72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
C6 84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
C7 96
97
98
99
100
101
102
104
105
106
107
C8 108
ROCK
JAZZBRUSH
HIP HOP
VOX DRUM
R&B Snare
Rock Snare m 1
Rock Snare m 2
Pop Snare m 1
Pop Snare Ghost
Pop Snare m 1
Finger Snap
TR-707 Claps
Hand Clap
[EXC7]
Hand Clap 2
[EXC7]
Hand Clap
Pop Pedal HH
[EXC1]
Gospel Hand Clap
Snare Roll
Pop Kick 2
Pop Kick 1
Pop Side Stick
Pop Snare s 1
Pop Snare Ghost
Pop Snare s 2
Pop Low Tom f
Pop CHH 1
[EXC1]
Pop Low Tom
Pop CHH 2
[EXC1]
Pop Mid Tom f
Pop OHH
[EXC1]
Pop Mid Tom
Pop High Tom f
Pop Crash Cymbal 1
Pop High Tom
Pop Ride Cymbal 1
Pop Chinees Cymbal
Pop Ride Bell
Tambourine 2
Splash Cymbal
Cha Cha CowBell
Pop Crash Cymbal 2
Vibra-slap
Pop Ride Cymbal 2
High Bongo 1
Low Bongo 1
Mute High Conga 1
Open High Conga 1
Low Conga 1
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Shaker 3
Shaker 4
Short Hi Whistle [EXC2]
Long Low Whistle [EXC2]
Short Guiro
[EXC3]
Long Guiro
[EXC3]
Claves
High Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
[EXC4]
Open Cuica
[EXC4]
Mute Triangle1
[EXC5]
Open Triangle 1 [EXC5]
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
[EXC6]
Open Surdo
[EXC6]
Cana
Hi-Timbale Flam
Lo-Timbale Flam
Timbale Phrase
Shekere 1
Shekere 2
Low Bongo Mute
High Bongo Mute
------------Flamenco Hand Clap
Flamenco Hand Clap
Bongo CowBell
---Bongo CowBell
-------------
R&B Snare
Pop Snare m 2
Pop Snare m 1
Pop Snare m 1
Pop Snare Ghost
Pop Snare m 2
Finger Snap 2
TR-707 Claps
Hand Clap
[EXC7]
Hand Clap 2
[EXC7]
Hand Clap
Pop Pedal HH
[EXC1]
Gospel Hand Clap
Snare Roll
Rock Kick 2
Rock Kick 1
Rock Side Stick
Rock Snare s 1
Pop Snare Ghost
Rock Snare s 2
Rock Low Tom f
Rock CHH 1
[EXC1]
Rock Low Tom
Rock CHH 2
[EXC1]
Rock Mid Tom f
Rock OHH
[EXC1]
Rock Mid Tom
Rock High Tom f
Rock Crash Cymbal
Rock High Tom
Rock Ride Cymbal 1
Pop Chinees Cymbal
Pop Ride Bell
Tambourine 2
Splash Cymbal
Cha Cha CowBell
Chinees Cymbal
Vibra-slap
Pop Ride Cymbal 3
High Bongo 1
Low Bongo 1
Mute High Conga 1
Open High Conga 1
Low Conga 1
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Shaker 3
Shaker 4
Short Hi Whistle [EXC2]
Long Low Whistle [EXC2]
Short Guiro
[EXC3]
Long Guiro
[EXC3]
Claves
High Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
[EXC4]
Open Cuica
[EXC4]
Mute Triangle1
[EXC5]
Open Triangle 1 [EXC5]
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
[EXC6]
Open Surdo
[EXC6]
Cana
Hi-Timbale Flam
Lo-Timbale Flam
Timbale Phrase
Shekere 1
Shekere 2
Low Bongo Mute
High Bongo Mute
------------Flamenco Hand Clap
Flamenco Hand Clap
Bongo CowBell
---Bongo CowBell
-------------
R&B Snare
Pop Snare m 1
Pop Snare m 2
Pop Snare m 1
Pop Snare Ghost
Pop Snare m 1
Finger Snap 2
TR-707 Claps
Hand Clap
[EXC7]
Hand Clap 2
[EXC7]
Hand Clap
Pop Pedal HH
[EXC1]
Gospel Hand Clap
Snare Roll
Jazz Kick 2
Jazz Kick 1
Jazz Snare Swing 1
Jazz Snare 1
Jazz Snare Swing 2
Jazz Snare 2
Jazz Low Tom f
Pop CHH 1
[EXC1]
Jazz Low Tom
Pop CHH 2
[EXC1]
Jazz Mid Tom f
Pop OHH
[EXC1]
Jazz Mid Tom
Jazz High Tom f
Jazz Crash Cymbal 1
Jazz High Tom
Jazz Ride Cymbal 1
Jazz Chinees Cymbal
Jazz Ride Cymbal 2
Tambourine 2
Splash Cymbal
Cha Cha CowBell
Jazz Crash Cymbal 2
Vibra-slap
Jazz Ride Cymbal 3
High Bongo 1
Low Bongo 1
Mute High Conga 1
Open High Conga 1
Low Conga 1
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Shaker 3
Shaker 4
Short Hi Whistle [EXC2]
Long Low Whistle [EXC2]
Short Guiro
[EXC3]
Long Guiro
[EXC3]
Claves
High Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
[EXC4]
Open Cuica
[EXC4]
Mute Triangle1
[EXC5]
Open Triangle 1 [EXC5]
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
[EXC6]
Open Surdo
[EXC6]
Cana
Hi-Timbale Flam
Lo-Timbale Flam
Timbale Phrase
Shekere 1
Shekere 2
Low Bongo Mute
High Bongo Mute
------------Flamenco Hand Clap
Flamenco Hand Clap
Bongo CowBell
---Bongo CowBell
-------------
Jungle BD 2
Metronome E.Click
Metronome Pi
Concert SD
Snare Roll
Finger Snap
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
[EXC7]
Scratch Pull
[EXC7]
Sticks
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Jungle BD 2
HipHop BD1
TR-808 Rimshot
Power Snare 1A
TR-707 Clap
Power Snare 2A
Low Tom 2
Pop CHH 1
[EXC1]
Low Tom 1
Pedal Hi-hat 3
[EXC1]
Mid Tom 2
Pop OHH
[EXC1]
Mid Tom 1
High Tom 2
Crash Cymbal 3
High Tom 1
Ride Cymbal 1
Reverse Cymbal
Ride Bell
Shake Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
TR-808 Cowbell
Crash Cymbal 2
Vibra-slap
Ride Cymbal 2
High Bongo 2
Low Bongo 2
Mute High Conga 2
Open High Conga 2
Low Conga 2
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Hi Whistle [EXC2]
Long Low Whistle [EXC2]
Short Guiro
[EXC3]
HipVibraslap
[EXC3]
TR-808 Claves
High Wood Block
Low Wood Block
High Hoo
[EXC4]
Low Hoo
[EXC4]
Mute Triangle2
[EXC5]
Open Triangle 2 [EXC5]
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
[EXC6]
Open Surdo
[EXC6]
Applause 2
HipHop SD 2
LoFi SD Rim
TR-808 Clap
Room Snare 1
Standard 1 Snare 2A
Room Snare 2
Standard 1 Snare 1
Standard 1 Snare 2B
------------------Tape Rewind
Phono Noise
Room Snare 1
Room Snare 2A
Elec Snare 4A
Elec Snare 4B
R&B Snare
Rock Snare m 1
Rock Snare m 2
Pop Snare m 1
Pop Snare Ghost
Pop Snare m 1
Finger Snap
TR-707 Claps
Hand Clap
[EXC7]
Hand Clap 2
[EXC7]
Hand Clap
Pop Pedal HH
Gospel Hand Clap
Vox Dut
Vox Dom
Vox Tuush
Vox Hehho
Vox Doyear
Vox Thu!
Vox That
Vox Aahhh
Vox Tu
Vox Dooh
Vox Ptu
Vox Down
Vox Pa
Vox Bom
Vox Toear
Vox Aahhu
Vox Toya
Vox Thu
Vox Cheey
Vox Cymm
Vox Tub
Vox Pruru
Vox Tut
Vox Tyun
Vox Tdum
Vox Afahhhh
High Bongo 1
Low Bongo 1
Mute High Conga 1
Open High Conga 1
Low Conga 1
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Shaker 3
Shaker 4
Short Hi Whistle [EXC2]
Long Low Whistle [EXC2]
Short Guiro
[EXC3]
Long Guiro
[EXC3]
Claves
High Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
[EXC4]
Open Cuica
[EXC4]
Mute Triangle1
[EXC5]
Open Triangle 1 [EXC5]
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
[EXC6]
Open Surdo
[EXC6]
Cana
Hi-Timbale Flam
Lo-Timbale Flam
Timbale Phrase
Shekere 1
Shekere 2
Low Bongo Mute
High Bongo Mute
------------Flamenco Hand Clap
Flamenco Hand Clap
Bongo CowBell
---Bongo CowBell
-------------
Appendices
103
POP
172
Drum Set List
*
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*
[EXC]: will not sound simultaneously with other percussion instruments of the same number.
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
C2 36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
C3 48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
C4 60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
C5 72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
C6 84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
C7 96
97
98
101
STANDARD 1
STANDARD 2
STANDARD 3
ROOM
---------Bar Chime
Snare Roll
Finger Snap
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
[EXC7]
Scratch Pull
[EXC7]
Sticks
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Standard 1 Kick 1
Standard 1 Kick 2
Side Stick 1
Standard 1 Snare 1
TR-909 Clap
Standard 1 Snare 2
Low Tom 2
Close Hi-hat1
[EXC1]
Low Tom 1
Pedal Hi-hat 1
[EXC1]
Mid Tom 2
Open Hi-hat 1
[EXC1]
Mid Tom 1
High Tom 2
Crash Cymbal 1
High Tom 1
Ride Cymbal 1
Chinese Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal 2
Vibra-slap
Ride Cymbal 2
---------Cana
Ban Gu 1
Taiko 1
Nao Bo
[EXC8]
Taiko 2
Xiao Bo 1
[EXC8]
Taiko 3
Open High HuYinLuo 2 [EXC8]
Taiko 4
Taiko 5
Open High HuYinLuo 1
Taiko 6
Shou Luo 1
Mute Low HuYinLuo 2
Shou Luo 2
Xiao Bo 2
Ban Gu 2
Xiao Bo 3
Open High HuYinLuo 3
Mute High HuYinLuo
Mute Low HuYinLuo 1
---------------------------------------Open Sagat
Close Sagat
Ban Gu 1
Ban Gu 3
----
---------Bar Chime
Snare Roll
Finger Snap
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
[EXC7]
Scratch Pull
[EXC7]
Sticks
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Standard 1 Kick 1
Standard 1 Kick 2
Side Stick 1
Standard 1 Snare 1
TR-909 Clap
Standard 1 Snare 2
Low Tom 2
Close Hi-hat1
[EXC1]
Low Tom 1
Pedal Hi-hat 1
[EXC1]
Mid Tom 2
Open Hi-hat 1
[EXC1]
Mid Tom 1
High Tom 2
Crash Cymbal 1
High Tom 1
Ride Cymbal 1
Chinese Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal 2
Vibra-slap
Ride Cymbal 2
High Bongo 1
Low Bongo 1
Mute High Conga 1
Open High Conga 1
Low Conga 1
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Hi Whistle
[EXC2]
Long Low Whistle [EXC2]
Short Guiro
[EXC3]
Long Guiro
[EXC3]
Claves
High Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
[EXC4]
Open Cuica
[EXC4]
Mute Triangle1
[EXC5]
Open Triangle 1
[EXC5]
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
[EXC6]
Open Surdo
[EXC6]
-------------------------------------------
---------Bar Chime
Snare Roll
Finger Snap
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
[EXC7]
Scratch Pull
[EXC7]
Sticks
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Standard 2 Kick 2
Standard 2 Kick 1
Side Stick 2
Standard 2 Snare 1
TR-808 Clap
Standard 2 Snare 2
Low Tom 2
Closed Hi-hat 2
[EXC1]
Low Tom 1
Pedal Hi-hat 2
[EXC1]
Mid Tom 2
Open Hi-hat 2
[EXC1]
Mid Tom 1
High Tom 2
Crash Cymbal 1
High Tom 1
Ride Cymbal 1
Chinese Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal 2
Vibra-slap
Ride Cymbal 2
High Bongo 1
Low Bongo 1
Mute High Conga 1
Open High Conga 1
Low Conga 1
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Hi Whistle
[EXC2]
Long Low Whistle [EXC2]
Short Guiro
[EXC3]
Long Guiro
[EXC3]
Claves
High Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
[EXC4]
Open Cuica
[EXC4]
Mute Triangle1
[EXC5]
Open Triangle 1
[EXC5]
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
[EXC6]
Open Surdo
[EXC6]
-------------------------------------------
---------Bar Chime
Snare Roll
Finger Snap
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
[EXC7]
Scratch Pull
[EXC7]
Sticks
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Standard 3 Kick 2
Standard 3 Kick 1
Side Stick 2
Standard 3 Snare 1
TR-808 Clap
Standard 3 Snare 2
Low Tom 2
Closed Hi-hat 3
[EXC1]
Low Tom 1
Pedal Hi-hat 2
[EXC1]
Mid Tom 2
Open Hi-hat 3
[EXC1]
Mid Tom 1
High Tom 2
Crash Cymbal 1
High Tom 1
Ride Cymbal 1
Chinese Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal 2
Vibra-slap
Ride Cymbal 2
High Bongo 1
Low Bongo 1
Mute High Conga 1
Open High Conga 1
Low Conga 1
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Hi Whistle
[EXC2]
Long Low Whistle [EXC2]
Short Guiro
[EXC3]
Long Guiro
[EXC3]
Claves
High Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
[EXC4]
Open Cuica
[EXC4]
Mute Triangle1
[EXC5]
Open Triangle 1
[EXC5]
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bar Chime
Castanets
Mute Surdo
[EXC6]
Open Surdo
[EXC6]
-------------------------------------------
---------Bar Chime
Snare Roll
Finger Snap
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
[EXC7]
Scratch Pull
[EXC7]
Sticks
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Room Kick 2
Room Kick 1
Side Stick 2
Room Snare 1
TR-808 Clap
Room Snare 2
Room Low Tom 2
Closed Hi-hat 4
[EXC1]
Room Low Tom 1
Pedal Hi-hat 2
[EXC1]
Room Mid Tom 2
Open Hi-hat 4
[EXC1]
Room Mid Tom 1
Room High Tom 2
Crash Cymbal 1
Room High Tom 1
Ride Cymbal 1
Chinese Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal 2
Vibra-slap
Ride Cymbal 2
High Bongo 1
Low Bongo 1
Mute High Conga 1
Open High Conga 1
Low Conga 1
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Hi Whistle
[EXC2]
Long Low Whistle [EXC2]
Short Guiro
[EXC3]
Long Guiro
[EXC3]
Claves
High Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
[EXC4]
Open Cuica
[EXC4]
Mute Triangle1
[EXC5]
Open Triangle 1
[EXC5]
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
[EXC6]
Open Surdo
[EXC6]
-------------------------------------------
173
Appendices
99
100
STD CHINA
Drum Set List
*
-----: No sound.
*
[EXC]: will not sound simultaneously with other percussion instruments of the same number.
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22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
C2 36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
C3 48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
C4 60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
C5 72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
Appendices
83
C6 84
85
86
87
88
174
POWER
ELECTRONIC
TR-808/909
DANCE
---------Bar Chime
Snare Roll
Finger Snap
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
[EXC7]
Scratch Pull
[EXC7]
Sticks
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Power Kick2
Power Kick1
Side Stick 2
Dance Snare1
TR-808 Clap
Power Snare 1
Power Low Tom 2
Closed Hi-hat 4
[EXC1]
Power Low Tom 1
Pedal Hi-hat 2
[EXC1]
Power Mid Tom 2
Open Hi-hat 4
[EXC1]
Power Mid Tom 1
Power High Tom 2
Crash Cymbal 1
Power High Tom 1
Ride Cymbal 1
Chinese Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal 2
Vibra-slap
Ride Cymbal 2
High Bongo 1
Low Bongo 1
Mute High Conga 1
Open High Conga 1
Low Conga 1
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Hi Whistle
[EXC2]
Long Low Whistle [EXC2]
Short Guiro
[EXC3]
Long Guiro
[EXC3]
Claves
High Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
[EXC4]
Open Cuica
[EXC4]
Mute Triangle1
[EXC5]
Open Triangle 1
[EXC5]
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
[EXC6]
Open Surdo
[EXC6]
----
---------Bar Chime
Snare Roll
Finger Snap
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push 2
[EXC7]
Scratch Pull 2
[EXC7]
Sticks
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Elec Kick 2
Elec Kick 1
Side Stick 2
Elec Snare 1
TR-808 Clap
Elec Snare 2
Elec Low Tom 2
Closed Hi-hat 3
[EXC1]
Elec Low Tom 1
Pedal Hi-hat 2
[EXC1]
Elec Mid Tom 2
Open Hi-hat 3
[EXC1]
Elec Mid Tom 1
Elec High Tom 2
Crash Cymbal 1
Elec High Tom 1
Ride Cymbal 1
Reverse Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal 2
Vibra-slap
Ride Cymbal 2
High Bongo 1
Low Bongo 1
Mute High Conga 1
Open High Conga 1
Low Conga 1
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Hi Whistle
[EXC2]
Long Low Whistle [EXC2]
Short Guiro
[EXC3]
Long Guiro
[EXC3]
Claves
High Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
[EXC4]
Open Cuica
[EXC4]
Mute Triangle1
[EXC5]
Open Triangle 1
[EXC5]
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
[EXC6]
Open Surdo
[EXC6]
----
---------Bar Chime
Snare Roll
Finger Snap
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push 2
[EXC7]
Scratch Pull 2
[EXC7]
Sticks
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
TR-909 Kick
TR-808 Kick
TR-808 Rimshot
TR-808 Snare 1
TR-808 Clap
TR-909 Snare 1
TR-808 Low Tom 2
TR-808 CHH
[EXC1]
TR-808 Low Tom 1
TR-808 CHH
[EXC1]
TR-808 Mid Tom 2
TR-808 OHH
[EXC1]
TR-808 Mid Tom 1
TR-808 High Tom 2
TR-808 Cymbal
TR-808 High Tom 1
Ride Cymbal 1
Chinese Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
TR-808 Cowbell
Crash Cymbal 2
Vibra-slap
Ride Cymbal 2
High Bongo 1
Low Bongo 1
TR-808 High Conga
TR-808 Mid Conga
TR-808 Low Conga
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
TR-808 Maracas
Short Hi Whistle
[EXC2]
Long Low Whistle [EXC2]
Short Guiro
[EXC3]
Long Guiro
[EXC3]
TR-808 Claves
High Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
[EXC4]
Open Cuica
[EXC4]
Mute Triangle1
[EXC5]
Open Triangle 1
[EXC5]
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
[EXC6]
Open Surdo
[EXC6]
----
---------Bar Chime
Snare Roll
Finger Snap
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push 2
[EXC7]
Scratch Pull 2
[EXC7]
Sticks
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
TR-808 Kick 2
HipHop BD1
Side Stick 2
Power Snare 2
TR-808 Clap
Elec Snare 3
Elec Low Tom 2
CR-78 CHH
[EXC1]
Elec Low Tom 1
TR-808 CHH
[EXC1]
Elec Mid Tom 2
CR-78 OHH
[EXC1]
Elec Mid Tom 1
Elec High Tom 2
Crash Cymbal 1
Elec High Tom 1
Ride Cymbal 1
Reverse Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
TR-808 Cowbell
Crash Cymbal 2
Vibra-slap
Ride Cymbal 2
High Bongo 1
Low Bongo 1
Mute High Conga 1
Open High Conga 1
Low Conga 1
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
TR-808 Maracas
Short Hi Whistle
[EXC2]
Long Low Whistle [EXC2]
Short Guiro
[EXC3]
Long Guiro
[EXC3]
TR-808 Claves
High Wood Block
Low Wood Block
High Hoo
[EXC4]
Low Hoo
[EXC4]
Mute Triangle1
[EXC5]
Open Triangle 1
[EXC5]
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
[EXC6]
Open Surdo
[EXC6]
----
Drum Set List
*
-----: No sound.
*
[EXC]: will not sound simultaneously with other percussion instruments of the same number.
■ SFX Set
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22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
C2 36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
C3 48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
C4 60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
C5 72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
C6 84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
C7 96
97
98
101
102
103
104
105
BRUSH
ORCHESTRA
SFX Set
------------Bar Chime
Snare Roll
Finger Snap
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
[EXC7]
Scratch Pull
[EXC7]
Sticks
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Jazz Kick 2
Jazz Kick 1
Side Stick 2
Jazz Snare 1
Hand Clap 3
Standard 2 Snare 2
Low Tom 2
Closed Hi-hat 3
[EXC1]
Low Tom 1
Pedal Hi-hat 2
[EXC1]
Mid Tom 2
Open Hi-hat 3
[EXC1]
Mid Tom 1
High Tom 2
Crash Cymbal 1
High Tom 1
Ride Cymbal 1
Chinese Cymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal 2
Vibra-slap
Ride Cymbal 2
High Bongo 1
Low Bongo 1
Mute High Conga 1
Open High Conga 1
Low Conga 1
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Hi Whistle
[EXC2]
Long Low Whistle [EXC2]
Short Guiro
[EXC3]
Long Guiro
[EXC3]
Claves
High Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
[EXC4]
Open Cuica
[EXC4]
Mute Triangle1
[EXC5]
Open Triangle 1
[EXC5]
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
[EXC6]
Open Surdo
[EXC6]
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
------------Bar Chime
Snare Roll
Finger Snap
High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
[EXC7]
Scratch Pull
[EXC7]
Sticks
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Jazz Kick 2
Jazz Kick 1
Side Stick 2
Brush Tap
Brush Slap
Brush Swirl
Brush Low Tom 2
Brush Closed Hi-hat [EXC1]
Brush Low Tom 1
Pedal Hi-hat 2
[EXC1]
Brush Mid Tom 2
Brush Open Hi-hat [EXC1]
Brush Mid Tom 1
Brush High Tom 2
Brush Crash Cymbal
Brush High Tom 1
Brush Ride Cymbal
Chinese Cymbal
Brush Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Crash Cymbal 2
Vibra-slap
Ride Cymbal 2
High Bongo 1
Low Bongo 1
Mute High Conga 1
Open High Conga 1
Low Conga 1
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Hi Whistle
[EXC2]
Long Low Whistle [EXC2]
Short Guiro
[EXC3]
Long Guiro
[EXC3]
Claves
High Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
[EXC4]
Open Cuica
[EXC4]
Mute Triangle1
[EXC5]
Open Triangle 1
[EXC5]
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
[EXC6]
Open Surdo
[EXC6]
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
------------Bar Chime
Snare Roll
Finger Snap
Closed Hi-hat 3
[EXC1]
Pedal Hi-hat 2
[EXC1]
Open Hi-hat 3
[EXC1]
Ride Cymbal 1
Sticks
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Jazz Kick 1
Concert BD
Side Stick 2
Concert SD
Castanets
Concert SD
Timpani F
Timpani F#
Timpani G
Timpani G#
Timpani A
Timpani A#
Timpani B
Timpani c
Timpani c#
Timpani d
Timpani d#
Timpani e
Timpani f
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Cowbell
Concert Cymbal 2
Vibra-slap
Concert Cymbal 1
High Bongo 1
Low Bongo 1
Mute High Conga 1
Open High Conga 1
Low Conga 1
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Hi Whistle
[EXC2]
Long Low Whistle [EXC2]
Short Guiro
[EXC3]
Long Guiro
[EXC3]
Claves
High Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
[EXC4]
Open Cuica
[EXC4]
Mute Triangle1
[EXC5]
Open Triangle 1
[EXC5]
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
[EXC6]
Open Surdo
[EXC6]
Applause
---------------------------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------------------------------High Q
Slap
Scratch Push [EXC7]
Scratch Pull
[EXC7]
Sticks
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Guitar sliding Finger
Guitar cutting noise (up)
Guitar cutting noise (down)
String slap of double bass
Fl.Key Click
Laughing
Screaming
Punch
Heart Beat
Footsteps1
Footsteps2
Applause
Door Creaking
Door
Scratch
Wind Chimes
Car-Engine
Car-Stop
Car-Pass
Car-Crash
Siren
Train
Jetplane
Helicopter
Starship
Gun Shot
Machine Gun
Lasergun
Explosion
Dog
Horse-Gallop
Birds
Rain
Thunder
Wind
Seashore
Stream
Bubble
Cat
Bird
BabyLaughing
Boeeeen
Glass & Glam
Ice Ring
Crack Bottle
Pour Bottle
Car Horn
R.Crossing
SL 1
SL 2
Seal
Fancy Animal
Elephant
Bike
----Small Club
-------------
Appendices
99
100
JAZZ
175
Effects List
Effect Type
Explanation
Effect Type
Explanation
Equalizer
This is a four-band stereo equalizer (low, high).
Spectrum
This is a stereo spectrum.
Rotary
The Rotary effect simulates the sound of the rotary speakers often used with the electric organs of
the past.
Enhancer
Adds sparkle and tightness to the sound.
Isolator
Adds a special effect to the sound by cutting the
volume in varying ranges.
Rotary2
This type provides modified response for the rotary speaker, with the low end boosted further.
Low Boost
Boosts the volume of the lower range, creating
powerful lows.
Rotary Multi
It comprises vibrato/chorus, overdrive, and rotary effects.
High Pass Filter
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Stereo Delay1
This is a stereo delay.
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Overdrive
Creates a soft distortion similar to that produced
by vacuum tube amplifiers.
Stereo Delay2
This is a stereo delay.
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Distortion
Produces a more intense distortion than Overdrive.
Stereo Delay3
This is a stereo delay.
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Overdrive2
This is an overdrive that provides heavy distortion.
Stereo Delay4
This is a stereo delay.
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Distortion2
This is a distortion effect that provides heavy distortion.
Stereo Delay5
This is a stereo delay.
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Speaker Simulator
Simulates the speaker type and mic settings used
to record the speaker sound.
Monaural Delay
This is a monaural delay.
Modulation
Delay
Adds modulation to the delayed sound.
Triple Tap Delay
Produces three delay sounds; center, left and
right.
3D Delay
This applies a 3D effect to the delay sound.
Tape Echo
A virtual tape echo that produces a realistic tape
delay sound.
Guitar Amp Sim- This is an effect that simulates the sound of a guiulator
tar amplifier.
A phase-shifted sound is added to the original
sound and modulated.
Multi Stage
Phaser
Extremely high settings of the phase difference
produce a deep phaser effect.
Infinite Phaser
A phaser that continues raising/lowering the frequency at which the sound is modulated.
Reverse Delay
Stereo Flanger
It produces a metallic resonance that rises and
falls like a jet airplane taking off or landing.
This is a reverse delay that adds a reversed and
delayed sound to the input sound.
Lo-Fi
3D Flanger
This applies a 3D effect to the flanger sound.
This is an effect that intentionally degrades the
sound quality for creative purposes.
Telephone
This applies a telephone sound.
2Band Flanger
A flanger that lets you apply an effect independently to the low-frequency and high-frequency
ranges.
Gate
Cuts the reverb's delay according to the volume of
the sound sent into the effect.
Auto Wah
Cyclically controls a filter to create cyclic change
in timbre.
Overdrive ->
Chorus
This effect connects an overdrive and a chorus in
series.
Humanizer
Adds a vowel character to the sound, making it
similar to a human voice.
Overdrive ->
Flanger
This effect connects an overdrive and a flanger in
series.
Ring Modulator
This is an effect that applies amplitude modulation (AM) to the input signal, producing bell-like
sounds.
Overdrive ->
Delay
This effect connects an overdrive and a delay in
series.
Distortion ->
Chorus
This effect connects an distortion and a chorus in
series.
Tremolo
Cyclically modulates the volume to add tremolo
effect to the sound.
This effect connects an distortion and a flanger in
series.
Auto Pan
Cyclically modulates the stereo location of the
sound.
Distortion ->
Flanger
Distortion ->
Delay
This effect connects an distortion and a delay in
series.
Slicer
By applying successive cuts to the sound, this effect turns a conventional sound into a sound that
appears to be played as a backing phrase.
Enhancer ->
Chorus
This effect connects an enhancer and a chorus in
series.
Compressor
Flattens out high levels and boosts low levels,
smoothing out fluctuations in volume.
Enhancer ->
Flanger
This effect connects an enhancer and a flanger in
series.
Limiter
Compresses signals that exceed a specified volume level, preventing distortion from occurring.
Enhancer ->
Delay
This effect connects an enhancer and a delay in series.
Stereo Chorus
This is a stereo chorus.
Chorus -> Delay
This effect connects a chorus and a delay in series.
Flanger -> Delay
This effect connects a flanger and a delay in series.
Hexa Chorus
Uses a six-phase chorus (six layers of chorused
sound) to give richness and spatial spread to the
sound.
Chorus ->
Flanger
This effect connects a chorus and a flanger in series.
Tremolo Chorus
This is a chorus effect with added Tremolo (cyclic
modulation of volume).
Space D
Produces a transparent chorus effect.
Sympathetic
Resonance
3D Chorus
This applies a 3D effect to the chorus sound.
2 Band Chorus
A chorus effect that lets you apply an effect independently to the low-frequency and high-frequency ranges.
On an acoustic piano, holding down the damper
pedal allows other strings to resonate in sympathy with the notes you play, creating rich and spacious resonances. This effect simulates these
damper resonances.
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Appendices
Phaser
Music Style List
[Ballad/Acoustic]
[Oldies/Country]
[Gospel/Latin]
[Trad/World]
Pop
'80s Pop 1
Funky Disco
AdultContemp
Uptown Rock
EZ Listening
Strumin'Away
'70s Disco 1
SmoothContmp
Simple Rock
'60s Feelin'
16Beat Pop
Light Pop
Bright Pop
Heart Beat
Easy Pop
'80s Pop 2
'80s Pop 3
Cute Pop
LovelyShuffl
'70s Disco 2
'70s Dance
Fever Dance
Euro Dance
Hard Tekno
Big House
'90s House
House Pop
Ibiza Dance
Cool Rap
Now Hip Hop
Twostep
HipHop Beat
Hip'n Hop
Easy Hop
MorningShffl
Groovy Pop
Smile Pop
Warm Pop
Sunny Pop
Feel Good
US Groove
Steady Rock
Shuffle Rock
Dyno Rock
Power Rock
Heavy Rock
Thump Rock
Asian Pop
ModernBallad
'80s Ballad
AcoustBallad
AcoustEzLstn
UnpluggedPop
UnplugBallad
Adult Pop 1
Adult Pop 2
6/8 Ballad
Love Beat
UnplugShuffl
CoolLiveBand
Night Ballad
GuitarShuffl
Euro Ballad
Guitar Trio
MidnightBald
Pop Ballad
Piano Pop
Love Songs
12/8 Ballad
Scat Ballad
'60s Ballad
Torch Song 1
Torch Song 2
Strings
8BeatBallad1
8BeatBallad2
Fireside
Piano Ballad
Story Ballad
SimpleBallad
ClassicBalad
Symph Ballad
R.8-Beat 1
R.8-Beat 2
R.16-Beat 1
R.16-Beat 2
R.16-Beat 3
R.16-Beat 4
R.Afro&Swing
R.5BeatSwing
R.Shuffle 1
R.Waltz 1
R.March 1
R.5-Beat
R.7-Beat
P.Pop 1
P.Classic 1
P.Night
P.Bossa Nova
P.Ragtime
P.Classic 2
P.Ballad 2
P.Swing Pop
P.Rock'nRoll
P.Concerto 1
P.Concerto 2
P.Swing
P.Shuffle
P.Boogie
P.'50s Rock
P.Latin
Detroit Pop
'60s Rock'n
DreamSloRock
CountryRock1
CountryBald1
Groovin R&B
Oldies 1
Clock Rock'n
CountryPop 1
SwinginCntry
Soul
Rock'n Slow
Oldies 2
CountryBald2
CountrySwing
Rock'n Fever
Country Beat
Slow Country
CountryRock2
Country Fox
Blues
R&B
Slow Dance
Twist
'60s Beach
Slow Oldies
Early Rock
Go Go Rock
Mersey Beat
CountryPop 2
Cajun
Country
Cntry Dreams
Charleston
Bluegrass
Deep Country
Latin Pop 1
Orch Bossa
Rhumba
GospelShuffl
ContPraise 1
ContPraise 2
Gospel
Samba
ModernChaCha
Salsa
Soft Gospel
Gospel Shout
AcoustRhumba
Acoust Samba
Trad Rhumba
Gospel Pop
GospelBallad
Latin Dance
Cha Cha
Trad Tango
SunshineBosa
Jazz Bossa
Merengue
GuitarRhumba
Mambo
Fast Samba
Fast Bossa
Big Samba
Luv Bossa
Mid Bossa
Latin Pop 2
Reggae
Tango
Beguine
Oye Son
Revival
Gospel Piano
Asian Rhumba
Musical
Pub Boogie
Vienna Waltz
Kids Shuffle
Movie March
Music Hall
Orch Bolero
Orch Waltz
Holiday 1
Classic
Jing Ju
MarchingBand
March
Slow Waltz
Fast Waltz
Paris
Quiet Waltz
Holiday 2
Holiday 3
2 Beat
Lager Polka
Slow Polka
AustrianPolk
AustrianWalz
Irish
Tejano
Celtic
Musette
Scotland
Japan
Ireland
Paso Doble
China Pop
Jiang Nan
Xi Bei
SchlagerBeat
PartySchlagr
'70sSchlager
Disco Fox
Party Polka
RockSchlager
ShufflSchlgr
SimpleMarch1
SimpleMarch2
Simple Waltz
Kids 4/4
Kids 6/8
Kids
Kids Dance
Appendices
[Pop/Rock]
177
[Big Band/
Swing]
MidnitSloSwg
BigBand Slow
Big Band
BigBand Med
BigBand Fast
Medium Swing
Jive
Slow Swing
Quick Step
StringsSwing
Foxtrot
Swing Fox
Fox Band
Gipsy Swing
Fast Swing
JzGuitrSwing
Jazz Waltz
Blue Boogie
BigBandBalad
'30s BigBand
Big Band 2
Jazz Ballad
LooseBigBand
Smooth Jazz
A Cappella
Scat Swing
Organ Swing
Dixieland
Hawaiian
Hula
Chord List
*
● symbol: Indicates the constituent note of chords.
*
★ symbol: Chord shown with an “★”can be played by pressing just the key marked with the “★” (p. 48).
C
C#
D
E
E
F
Cmaj7
C#maj7
Dmaj7
E maj7
Emaj7
Fmaj7
C7
C#7
D7
E 7
E7
F7
Cm
C#m
Dm
E m
Em
Fm
Cm7
C#m7
Dm7
E m7
Em7
Fm7
Cdim
C#dim
Ddim
E dim
Edim
Fdim
Cm7 ( 5 )
C#m7 ( 5 )
Dm7 ( 5 )
E m7 ( 5 )
Em7 ( 5 )
Fm7 ( 5 )
Caug
C#aug
Daug
E aug
Eaug
Faug
Csus4
C#sus4
Dsus4
E sus4
Esus4
Fsus4
C7sus4
C#7sus4
D7sus4
E 7sus4
E7sus4
F7sus4
C6
C#6
D6
E 6
E6
F6
Cm6
C#m6
Dm6
E m6
Em6
Fm6
Appendices
178
Chord List
*
● symbol: Indicates the constituent note of chords.
*
★ symbol: Chord shown with an “★”can be played by pressing just the key marked with the “★” (p. 48).
F#
G
A
A
B
B
F#maj7
Gmaj7
A maj7
Amaj7
B maj7
Bmaj7
F#7
G7
A 7
A7
B 7
B7
F#m
Gm
A m
Am
B m
Bm
F#m7
Gm7
A m7
Am7
B m7
Bm7
F#dim
Gdim
A dim
Adim
B dim
Bdim
F#m7 ( 5 )
Gm7 ( 5 )
A m7 ( 5 )
Am7 ( 5 )
B m7 ( 5 )
Bm7 ( 5 )
F#aug
Gaug
A aug
Aaug
B aug
Baug
F#sus4
Gsus4
A sus4
Asus4
B sus4
Bsus4
F#7sus4
G7sus4
A 7sus4
A7sus4
B 7sus4
B7sus4
F#6
G6
A 6
A6
B 6
B6
F#m6
Gm6
A m6
Am6
B m6
Bm6
Appendices
179
Internal Song List
Folks
Kids
1
Greensleeves
8
Joy To The World
2
Entertainer
9
Puppy’s March
3
Annie Laurie
10
Frog Song
4
Londonderry Air
11
Little Fox
5
Ave Maria
12
Lightly Row
6
Amazing Grace
13
The Cuckoo
7
Little Brown Jug
8
When The Saints Go Marchin'
In
9
Stagecoach
10
Hallelujah!
Jazzy
1
Fly Free
2
Secret Agent
3
Late Night Chopin
4
Blue Sky Rag
5
Preludelight
6
Sun Daze
7
Keepers Tale
8
Count On The Blues
9
One Down And Easy
10
A Prelude To ...
11
Bach’s A Boppin’
12
Kismet’s Salsa
13
From Matthew’s Passion
14
Roll Over Ludwig
Kids
Grandfather’s Clock
2
Old MacDonald Had A Farm
3
Twinkle Twinkle, Little Star
4
Mary Had A Little Lamb
5
London Bridge
6
Jingle Bells
7
Silent Night, Holy Night
1
La Fille Aux Cheveux De Lin
2
La Campanell
3
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik
4
Les patineurs, Valse
5
Divertimento
6
Impromptu, Op.90-2
7
Gnossienne 1
8
Die Lorelei
9
Brindisi
10
Air sul G
11
FantaisieImpromptu
12
Grande Valse Brillante
13
Gymnopedie 1
14
Liebestraume 3
15
Mondschein
16
Nocturne No.2
17
Valse, op.64-1
18
Prelude, op.28-15
19
Traumerei
20
Turkischer Marsch(Mozart)
21
Ungarische Tanze 5
22
O’sole Mio
23
La Primavera
24
Trepak
25
Canon (Pachelbel)
26
Ombra maifu
27
Sonata (Haydn)
28
Italian Concerto
→
Song files of this genre corresponds to
the included collection of printed music
entitled “Roland 60 Classical Piano
Masterpieces.”
1
Sonate No.15
2
Liebestraume 3
3
Etude, op.10-3
4
Je te veux
5
Valse, op.64-1
6
Golliwog’sCakewalk
7
FantaisieImpromptu
8
Arabesque 1
9
Blauen Donau
10
Auf Flugeln des Gesanges
11
Mazurka No.5
12
Gymnopedie 1
13
Etude, op.25-1
14
Clair de Lune
15
Etude, op.10-5
16
Dr.GradusAdParnassum
17
Grande Valse Brillante
18
La priere d’une Vierge
19
Course en Troika
20
To The Spring
21
Valse, op.64-2
22
Radetzky Marsch
23
Traumerei
24
Moments Musicaux 3
25
Prelude, op.28-15
26
Harmonious Blacksmith
27
Ungarische Tanze 5
28
Turkischer Marsch(Beethoven)
29
Nocturne No.2
30
Fruhlingslied
31
Praludium
32
Jagerlied
Appendices
1
EZ Classical
Classical
180
Internal Song List
Classical
Practice
Practice
33
Menuet Antique
7
Gracefulness
43
Beyer 25
34
Fur Elise
8
The Hunt
44
Beyer 29
35
Turkischer Marsch(Mozart)
9
Tender Flower
45
Beyer 34
36
Standchen
10
The Young Shepherdess
46
Beyer 38
37
Humoreske
11
Farewell
47
Beyer 42
38
Blumenlied
12
Consolation
48
Beyer 46
39
Alpenglockchen
13
Austrian Dance
49
Beyer 51
40
Menuett G dur(Beethoven)
14
Ballad
50
Beyer 55
41
Venezianisches Gondellied
15
Sighing
51
Beyer 60
42
Alpenabendrote
16
The Chatterbox
52
Beyer 64
43
Farewell to the Piano
17
Restlessness
53
Beyer 67
44
Brautchor
18
Ave Maria
54
Beyer 73
45
Battle of Waterloo
19
Tarantella
55
Beyer 78
46
Wiener Marsch
20
Angelic Harmony
56
Beyer 81
47
Le Coucou
21
Gondola Song
57
Beyer 90
48
Menuett G dur(Bach)
22
The Return
58
Beyer 93
49
Spinnerlied
23
The Swallow
59
Beyer 98
50
Gavotte
24
The Knight Errant
60
Beyer 103
51
Heidenroslein
25
Openness
61
Czerny 100- 1
52
Zigeuner Tanz
26
Invention 1
62
Czerny 100-10
53
La Cinquantaine
27
Invention 2
63
Czerny 100-20
54
Csikos Post
28
Invention 3
64
Czerny 100-30
55
Dolly’s Dreaming Awakening
29
Invention 4
65
Czerny 100-38
56
La Violette
30
Invention 5
66
Czerny 100-43
57
Frohlicher Landmann
31
Invention 6
67
Czerny 100-60
58
Sonatine op.36-1(Clementi)
32
Invention 7
68
Czerny 100-75
59
Sonatine op.20-1(Kuhlau)
33
Invention 8
69
Czerny 100-86
60
Sonatine No.5(Beethoven)
34
Invention 9
70
Czerny 100-96
35
Invention 10
36
Invention 11
Practice
Arabesque
37
Invention 12
2
Pastoral
38
Invention 13
3
A Small Gathering
39
Invention 14
4
Innocence
40
Invention 15
5
Progress
41
Beyer 15
6
The Clear Stream
42
Beyer 21
*
All rights reserved. Unauthorized use
of this material for purposes other than
private, personal enjoyment is a
violation of applicable laws.
Appendices
1
981a
181
Parameters Stored to Internal Memory
Parameters Stored in the User Program
Parameters Stored in Memory Backup
→
→
“Saving Performance Settings (User Program)” (p. 108)
“Remembering the Settings Even When the Power is Turned Off (Memory
Backup)” (p. 148)
Parameters that switch immediately after the User Program name is touched when <Option> on the User Program screen is set to “Delayed”
Organ
Selected
Right-hand Tone,
Layer Tone,
Left-hand Tone
Tone
Octave Shift
Parameters
Effects: On/Off, Type, Control 1, Control 2
Rotary effect (Slow/Fast),
One-Touch Piano Settings:
Footage (Upper, Lower), Percussion
Lid, Tuning (Tuning, Key, Stretch Tunings),
Resonance (Depth), Key Touch,
Tone, Octave Shift,
Hamper Response (Depth)
Effect (Type, Control 1, Control 2, On/Off,
Master Tune
+++++++ Part)
Effect: ++++++ Part
Bass Tone, Chord Tone
Metronome: Sound
Part Balance
Count-In: Measures, Sound
Melody
Intelligent
Keyboard Parts
On/Off, Type
System
Countdown: Sound
Parameters
Language
Split 1, Split 2, On/Off for the Part,
Keyboard Mode
Track Assign
Layer 1, Layer 2, On/Off for the Part,
Reverb: On/Off, Type, Depth
Keyboard Transpose, Split Point
Advanced 3D:
Functions Assigning to the Left Pedal and
Pedal Settings
On/Off, On/Off for Each Part,
Center Pedal
Various Settings
Bend Range
Remote Control’s Setting
Functions Assigning to the Expression Pedal
Performance Pad
Settings
Reverb
External Display (Device)
User Function
On/Off, Type, Depth
On/Off, Echo (Type, Depth),
Vocal Effects
iR Function
Transformer Type, Harmonist Type,
Parameters That are Stored After the
Power is Turned Off
Transformer/Harmonist, Music Files Part
MIDI Settings for
Bank Select LSB, Bank Select MSB,
User Program
Program Change, MIDI Transmit Channel
Equalizer
On/Off, Each Sliders Level, Master Level
Dynamic Emphasis
On/Off, Type
Touch Screen
Opening Message
Auto Demo
Start: On/Off
BGM: On/Off
USB Driver
Parameters that switch after the User Program name is
touched for a few moments when <Option> on the User
Program screen is set to “Delayed”
Music Style
Tempo
Part Balance
Accompaniment Part
Accompaniment On/Off,
Chord Recognize Mode,
Arranger
Settings
Leading Bass On/Off, Original/Variation,
Sync Start On/Off,
<Accomp> Setting for
Appendices
Arranger Configuration,
Style Orchestrator, Division
182
Equalizer
User Settings
Jazz Organ Footage
User Settings
Piano Designer
User Settings
Music Files That the KR Can Use
What Are Music Files?
Music Files contain information describing the details of a
musical performance, such as “the C3 key on a keyboard was
pressed for this amount of time, using this amount of force.”
By inserting the floppy disk into the disk drive on the KR, the
performance information is sent from the floppy disk to the
piano, and played faithfully by the piano. This is different
than a CD, since the music file does not contain a recording
of the sound itself. This makes it possible to erase certain
parts, or to change instruments, tempos and keys freely,
allowing you to use it in many different ways.
Regarding Copyright
Use of the song data supplied with the Data Disk attached to
this product for any purpose other than private, personal
enjoyment without the permission of the copyright holder is
prohibited by law. Additionally, this data must not be
copied, nor used in a secondary copyrighted work without
the permission of the copyright holder.
■ The KR allows you to use the
following music files
● Floppy disks saved on a Roland MT Series, or Roland Piano
Digital HP-G/R and KR Series instrument
● Roland Digital Piano Compatible Music Files
Roland’s original music file is made specifically for practicing the
piano. Some follow an instructional curriculum, allowing for a
complete range of lessons, such as “practicing each hand
separately” or “listening to only the accompaniment.”
■ About the KR Sound Generator
The KR come equipped with GM 2/GS sound generators.
General MIDI
The General MIDI is a set of recommendations which seeks to
provide a way to go beyond the limitations of proprietary designs,
and standardize the MIDI capabilities of sound generating devices.
Sound generating devices and music files that meets the General
MIDI standard bears the General MIDI logo. Music files bearing the
General MIDI logo can be played back using any General MIDI
sound generating unit to produce essentially the same musical
performance.
General MIDI 2
The upwardly compatible General MIDI 2 recommendations pick up
where the original General MIDI left off, offering enhanced
expressive capabilities, and even greater compatibility. Issues that
were not covered by the original General MIDI recommendations,
such as how sounds are to be edited, and how effects should be
handled, have now been precisely defined. Moreover, the available
sounds have been expanded. General MIDI 2 compliant sound
generators are capable of reliably playing back music files that carry
either the General MIDI or General MIDI 2 logo.
In some cases, the conventional form of General MIDI, which does
not include the new enhancements, is referred to as “General MIDI
1” as a way of distinguishing it from General MIDI 2.
GS Format
The GS Format is Roland’s set of specifications for standardizing the
performance of sound generating devices. In addition to including
support for everything defined by the General MIDI, the highly
● SMF Music Files (720KB/1.44MB format)
*
compatible GS Format additionally offers an expanded number of
SMFs (Standard MIDI Files) use a standard format for music file
sounds, provides for the editing of sounds, and spells out many
that was formulated so that files containing music file could be
details for a wide range of extra features, including effects such as
widely compatible, regardless of the manufacturer of the
reverb and chorus. Designed with the future in mind, the GS Format
listening device. An enormous variety of music is available,
can readily include new sounds and support new hardware features
whether it be for listening, for practicing musical instruments, for
when they arrive. Since it is upwardly compatible with the General
Karaoke, etc.
MIDI, Roland’s GS Format is capable of reliably playing back GM
If you wish to purchase SMF Music Files, please consult the
retailer where you purchased your KR.
Scores equally as well as it performs GS music files (music files that
have been created with the GS Format in mind). This product
supports both the General MIDI 2 and the GS Format, and can be
used to play back music data carrying either of these logos.
SMF with Lyrics
“SMF with Lyrics” refers to SMF (Standard MIDI File) that
contains the lyrics. When Music Files carrying the “SMF with
Lyrics” logo are played back on a compatible device (one
bearing the same logo), the lyrics will appear in its display.
XG lite
XG is a tone generator format of YAMAHA Corporation, that
defines the ways in which voices are expanded or edited and the
structure and type of effects, in addition to the General MIDI 1
specification. XGlite is a simplified version of XG tone generation
format. You can play back any XG music files using an XGlite tone
back differently compared to the original files, due to the reduced set
of control parameters and effects.
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Appendices
generator. However, keep in mind that some music files may play
DIGITAL PIANO
Date : Mar. 1, 2005
MIDI Implementation Chart
Model KR-107
Transmitted
Function...
Recognized
Basic
Channel
Default
Changed
1
1–16
1–16
1–16
Mode
Default
Messages
Altered
Mode 3
x
Mode 3
Mode 3, 4 (M=1)
Note
Number :
True Voice
**************
0–127
0–127
Velocity
Note ON
Note OFF
O
O
O
O
After
Touch
Key’s
Ch’s
x
x
O
O
O
O
Pitch Bend
0, 32
1
5
6, 38
7
10
11
64
65
66
67
84
91
93
98, 99
100, 101
Control
Change
Prog
Change
System Exclusive
15–113
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O (Reverb)
O (Chorus)
O
O
**************
O
0–127
O
O
System
Common
: Song Pos
: Song Sel
: Tune
x
x
x
x
x
x
System
Real Time
: Clock
: Commands
O
x
x
x
Aux
Message
: All sound off
: Reset all controllers
: Local Control
: All Notes OFF
: Active Sense
: Reset
x
x
x
x
O
x
O (120, 126, 127)
O
O
O (123–125)
O
x
Notes
Remarks
*2
**************
0–127
: True #
Version : 1.00
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
Bank select
Modulation
Portamento time
Data entry
Volume
Panpot
Expression
Hold 1
Portamento
Sostenuto
Soft
Portamento control
Effect1 depth
Effect3 depth
NRPN LSB, MSB
RPN LSB, MSB
Program number 1–128
* 1 O x is selectable by SysEx.
* 2 Recognized as M=1 even if M=1.
Mode 1 : OMNI ON, POLY
Mode 2 : OMNI ON, MONO
O : Yes
Mode 3 : OMNI OFF, POLY
Mode 4 : OMNI OFF, MONO
X : No
184
Main Specifications
<Keyboard>
Keyboard
Touch Sensitivity
Keyboard Mode
88 keys (Progressive hammer action
keyboard with escapement)
100 levels
Whole
Split (adjustable split point)
Layer
Arranger
Piano Style Arranger
Manual Drums / SFX
Edit
<Sound Generator>
Conforms to GM2 / GS / XG Lite
Max. Polyphony
Tones
(Tone Search by
terms and by letters)
Temperament
Stretched Tuning
Master Tuning
Transpose
Effects
128 voices
8 types, selectable tonic
2 types
415.3 Hz–466.2 Hz (adjustable in
increments of 0.1 Hz)
Key Transpose (-6–+5 in units of semitone)
Playback Transpose (-24–+24 in units of
semitone)
Reverb (12 types, 127 levels)
Chours, Rotary and 60 other types
Advanced 3D
Grand Space
Dynamic Emphasis (3 types)
Equalizer (5 bands, Master level)
<Arranger>
Music Styles
(Style Search by
terms and by letters)
Music Assistant
(Search by terms
and by letters)
Programmable
Music Styles
Melody Intelligence
Over 500 sets x 6 presets
Visual Music Assistant
Style Converter
Style Composer
24 types
36
Max. 99 sets
Beat
Volume
Metronome Pattern
Metronome Sound
Playable Software
Save
<Others>
Rated Power Output
Speakers
Display
Quarter note = 10–500
2/2, 0/4, 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 7/4, 3/8,
6/8, 9/8, 12/8
10 levels
11 patterns
8 types
Language
Lyrics
One Touch Program
Pedals
<Composer>
Appendices
Tracks
Song
Note Storage
Resolution
Recording Method
185
Song: Standard MIDI Files (Format 0/1),
Roland Original Format (i-Format)
Music Style: MSA, MSD, MSE
Audio File: WAV Format (44.1 kHz 16 bits
linear, stereo)
Song: Standard MIDI Files (Format 0),
Roland Original Format (i-Format)
Music Style: MSE
Internal Songs
(Song Search by
Over 190 songs
terms and by letters)
Max. 200 songs on Favorites
User Memory
Max. 99 User Styles
Max. 99 User Program Sets
Notation
<Metronome>
Tempo
<External Storage> USB Memory
<Internal Memory>
6 groups 265 styles x 3 types (Style
Orchestrator)
<User Programs>
Internal
External Memory
Other Functions
6 groups 736 variations (including 8 tone
wheel Organs, 18 drum sets, SFX set)
Copy
Quantize
Delete
Insert
Erase
Transpose
Part Exchange
Note Edit
PC Edit
Touch the Notes
Replay
Super Tones
Piano Designer
Visual Lesson
Wonderland/Game
Demo
Audition
Panel Lock
User Image Display
BMP Export
V-LINK
5 tracks / 16 tracks
1 song
Approx. 30,000 notes
120 ticks per quarter note
Realtime (Replace, Mix, Auto Punch In,
Manual Punch In, Loop, Tempo)
Step (Chord Sequencer)
Beat Map
Vocal Effects
60 W x 2
20 cm x 2, 5 cm x 2, 10 cm x 2
Bouncing Beat Indicator
Graphical Color LCD 320 x 240 dot (backlit
LCD)
Grand staff / G Clef staff / F Clef staff,
with note name /lyrics/ chords / fingering
English / Japanese / German / French /
Spanish
Yes (built-in, external display, MIDI output)
One Touch Piano
One Touch Arranger
Damper Pedal (half-pedal recognition)
Soft Pedal (half-pedal recognition,
functions assignable)
Sostenuto Pedal (functions assignable)
Echo
Voice Transformer
Vocal Keyboard
Harmonist
Main Specifications
USB memory connector
FDD connector
Output jacks (L/Mono, R)
Input jacks (L/Mono, R)
Mic Input jack
Headphones jack (Stereo) x 2
Connectors
MIDI In connector x 2
MIDI Out connector
USB connector
Ext Display connector (15-pin D-Sub type)
Video Out jack
Expression Pedal jack
AC 115 V, AC 117 V, AC 220 V, AC 230 V,
Power Supply
AC 240 V (50/60 Hz)
Power Consumption 155 W
1421 (W) x 550 (D) x 901 (H) mm
56 (W) x 21-11/16 (D) x 35-1/2 (H) inches
Dimensions
(including the piano Including the music rest
stand)
1421 (W) x 550 (D) x 1116 (H) mm
56 (W) x 21-11/16 (D) x 43-15/16 (H) inches
Weights (including
103 kg / 228 lbs
the piano stand)
Quick Start
Owner’s Manual
Roland 60 Classical Piano Masterpieces
Remote Control
Dry-cell Batteries
Accessories
USB Installation Guide
CD-ROM (Roland Digital Piano USB
Driver)
Power cord
Headphones Hook
Anti-theft lock screws
USB Memory
Options
Flopy Disk Drive
*
In the interest of product improvement, the specifications and/or
appearance of this unit are subject to change without prior
notice.
Appendices
962a
186
Index
Numerics
Connecting
16-Track Sequencer ..........................................................113
Audio Equipment ......................................................161
Computer ...................................................................163
A
AC inlet .............................................................................16
Accompaniment
Start and Stop ...............................................................54
Sync Start .....................................................................54
Adjuster .............................................................................18
MIDI device ...............................................................158
Contrast .............................................................................19
Contrast knob ....................................................................19
Copy (Song Edit) .............................................................122
Copying
Songs ..........................................................................105
Advanced 3D .....................................................................30
User Program .............................................................110
[Ambience/Reverb] button ...............................................30
Arranger Config ..............................................................138
Audio Equipment ............................................................161
Auto Punch-In/Out .........................................................119
Automatic Accompaniment ...............................................46
User Styles .................................................................136
Count In .............................................................................82
Countdown ........................................................................56
D
Damper pedal ....................................................................18
B
Balance ..............................................................................62
Balance Knob .....................................................................62
Delete (Song Edit) ............................................................123
Deleting
A song ........................................................................104
Bank Select LSB ...............................................................160
Bank Select MSB ..............................................................160
Basic Screen .......................................................................20
Basic tempo .....................................................................127
Bass Tone ................................................................... 55, 138
Beat
Metronome ..................................................................44
User Style ...................................................................135
Divisions ............................................................................46
Drum Set List ...................................................................172
Drums ................................................................................23
Dynamic Emphasis ............................................................32
E
Beat Map ..........................................................................127
Echo ...................................................................................37
Bend Range ......................................................................144
Editing .............................................................................121
Blank Recording ..............................................................118
Effects ................................................................................35
[Brilliance] knob ................................................................18
Effects List .......................................................................176
[Song] button .....................................................................64
Ending .........................................................................46, 55
[Bwd] button .....................................................................65
Equalizer ............................................................................33
Erase (Song Edit) .............................................................124
C
Calibration .......................................................................148
Erasing
Performance on specific tracks .....................................96
Chord Finder .....................................................................49
Chord Intelligence .............................................................48
Chord List ........................................................................178
Chord Sequencer .............................................................120
Chord Tone ................................................................ 55, 138
Chord type .........................................................................48
Chords ......................................................................... 48, 77
Clef L .................................................................................77
Recorded performance .................................................96
Error Messages ................................................................169
Export ................................................................................78
Expression Pedal ..............................................................154
Ext Display connector ......................................................155
External Display ......................................................154, 156
External Memory ...............................................................98
Clef R .................................................................................77
F
Compatibility ...................................................................103
Factory Reset ...................................................................147
Composer MIDI Out ........................................................161
Factory Setting
Computer ........................................................................163
Touch Screen ..............................................................149
Connected
User Memory .............................................................149
Expression Pedal ........................................................154
“QS **” refers to the page number in Quick Start.
Favorites ....................................................................68, 101
187
Index
Registering ...................................................................68
Erasing .........................................................................85
Removing .....................................................................69
Moving .........................................................................85
Fill In .................................................................................57
Placing .........................................................................84
Fill In To Original ..............................................................46
Repeat ..........................................................................86
Fill In To Variation ............................................................46
Master Tuning .................................................................145
Finger Numbers .................................................................77
Melody Intelligence ...........................................................59
Format
[Melody Intelligence] button .............................................59
Floppy disk ..................................................................99
Memory Backup ..............................................................146
Functions .........................................................................137
Metronome ........................................................................43
[Fwd] button ......................................................................65
Beat ..............................................................................44
Pattern ..........................................................................45
G
Sound ...........................................................................44
General MIDI ...................................................................183
General MIDI 2 ................................................................183
GS ....................................................................................183
GS Format ........................................................................183
Volume .........................................................................44
[Metronome] button ..........................................................43
Mic In jack .........................................................................19
[Mic Volume] knob ............................................................19
H
Microphone .......................................................................19
Harmonist ..........................................................................38
MIDI ................................................................................158
Harmony ...........................................................................59
MIDI Connector ...............................................................158
Headphones ......................................................................18
MIDI Devices ...................................................................158
I
Icon ....................................................................................20
i-format ............................................................................103
Insert (Song Edit) .............................................................124
Internal Song List ............................................................180
Intro ............................................................................. 46, 54
[Intro/Ending] button .......................................................54
MIDI Ensemble ................................................................159
MIDI Settings ...................................................................159
Minus One .........................................................................83
Mix Recording .................................................................117
Multitrack Recording .......................................................113
Music Files .........................................................................41
Music Holder .....................................................................16
Music Style ........................................................................46
K
On Disk ........................................................................51
Karaoke .............................................................................42
Rhythm Pattern ............................................................53
Key ....................................................................................77
Music Style Buttons ...........................................................50
Key Touch .......................................................................137
Music Style List ................................................................177
L
Language .........................................................................145
Layer ..................................................................................25
Layer tone ..........................................................................25
Mute ..........................................................................83, 114
N
New Song ..........................................................................90
Notaion
Leading bass ....................................................................143
Saving as image data ....................................................78
Lid .....................................................................................17
Notation .............................................................................73
Local Control ...................................................................160
Settings .........................................................................75
Loop Recording ...............................................................118
Note Edit (Song Edit) .......................................................126
Lower Tone ........................................................................60
Lyrics ......................................................................... 77, 152
lyrics ..................................................................................20
O
Octave Shift .......................................................................27
One Touch Program [Arranger] button .............................47
M
One Touch Program [Piano] button ...................................21
Manual Punch-In/Out .....................................................119
One Touch Settings ..........................................................138
Marker ....................................................................... 84, 140
One-Touch Arranger .........................................................47
188
“QS **” refers to the page number in Quick Start.
Index
Settings ......................................................................137
A new song ..................................................................90
One-Touch Piano ...............................................................21
Along with a Song ........................................................94
Opening Message ............................................................146
Redoing recordings ......................................................95
Original .............................................................................46
Track buttons ...............................................................95
[Original] button ................................................................57
With Accompaniment ..................................................92
Output Jacks ....................................................................161
Remote Control .................................................... 70–71, 147
Repeat ................................................................................86
P
Panel Lock .......................................................................151
Part Balance .......................................................................62
[Part Balance] button .........................................................62
Part Exchange (Song Edit) ...............................................125
PC Edit (Song Edit) ..........................................................126
Pedal ..................................................................................18
Pedal Cable ........................................................................16
Replace Recording ...........................................................117
[Reset] button ....................................................................65
Restoring the Factory Settings .........................................147
Reverb ................................................................................28
Right-hand tone .................................................................25
Root note ............................................................................48
Rotary effect .....................................................................143
Pedal connector ......................................................... 16, 154
S
Pedal Settings ..................................................................142
Saving ..............................................................................101
Percussion .........................................................................23
Compatibility .............................................................103
Performance Pad ....................................................... 58, 142
User Style ...................................................................134
Phones jack ........................................................................18
[Score Display] button .......................................................73
Piano ..................................................................................21
Screens
Piano Screen ......................................................................20
16-track Sequencer screen ..........................................113
Pickup ................................................................................97
Advanced 3D screen ....................................................30
Pitches ...............................................................................77
Basic screen ............................................................20, 47
Play Mode ........................................................................151
Chord Sequencer screen .............................................120
[Play/Stop] button ............................................................65
Copy Song screen .......................................................105
Playing ...............................................................................64
Copy Style screen .......................................................136
All of the internal songs ...............................................64
Copy User Programs screen ...............................110–111
At a fixed tempo (Tempo Mute) ..................................81
Count In settings screen ...............................................82
In random ....................................................................64
Countdown settings screen ..........................................56
Repeat ..........................................................................86
Delete Song screen .....................................................104
Power Cord .......................................................................16
Delete Style screen .....................................................135
Power On and Off .............................................................17
Delete User Program screen .......................................110
[Power] switch ...................................................................17
Effect screen .................................................................35
Preset .................................................................................50
Equalizer screen .....................................................33–34
Program Change ..............................................................160
File screen ....................................................................99
PU (Pickup) .......................................................................97
Functions screen .........................................................141
Punch-in Recording .........................................................119
Load User Program screen .........................................109
Marker screen ..............................................................84
Q
Quantize (Song Edit) .......................................................123
Quick Tour
Automatically starting ...............................................150
Melody Intelligence screen ..........................................59
Metronome screen ........................................................43
MIDI Setting Screen ...................................................159
Notation screen ............................................................73
R
Part Balance screen ......................................................62
Rec Mode ................................................................... 96, 116
Piano screen ...........................................................20–21
Record/Playback Buttons ..................................................65
Program Change Screen .............................................159
Recording ..........................................................................89
Rec Mode screen ........................................................117
16-Track Sequencer ....................................................115
Rename screen ........................................... 102, 107, 134
“QS **” refers to the page number in Quick Start.
189
Index
Reverb screen ...............................................................28
Tempo Recording ............................................................127
Save Song screen ........................................................101
Tone Buttons ......................................................................22
Save Style screen ........................................................134
Tone List ..........................................................................170
Save User Program screen .........................................108
Tone Search .......................................................................24
Song Edit screen .........................................................121
Tone Set ...........................................................................115
Song Search screen .......................................................67
Touch Screen .............................................................19, 148
Song Selection screen ...................................................64
Touch the Notes .................................................................74
Style Composer screen ...............................................130
Track Assign ....................................................................152
Style Converter screen ...............................................132
Track Buttons ......................................................... 83, 91, 93
Style Search screen .......................................................52
Transformer .......................................................................37
Style Selection screen ...................................................50
Transpose ..........................................................................87
Tone search screen .......................................................24
Transpose (Song Edit) ......................................................124
Tone selection screen ...................................................22
[Transpose] button .............................................................87
Transpose screen ..........................................................87
Troubleshooting ..............................................................165
User Program screen ..................................................107
Tuning .............................................................................141
Vocal Effects screen ......................................................36
Tuning Curve ..................................................................142
Write User Program screen ........................................107
Tx Channel .......................................................................160
Search
Music Style ...................................................................52
Song .............................................................................67
Tone .............................................................................24
SMF .................................................................................183
SMF Music files ...............................................................183
Soft pedal ...........................................................................18
Solo ..................................................................................114
Song Search .......................................................................67
U
Undo (Song Edit) .............................................................122
USB Driver .......................................................................164
User Functions .................................................................142
User Image Display .........................................................145
User Memory ...................................................................134
Formatting .................................................................149
User Program ...................................................................107
Calling up ..................................................................108
Sostenuto pedal .................................................................18
Copying .....................................................................110
[Sound Control] button .....................................................33
Deleting ......................................................................110
Sound Effects .....................................................................23
Loading ......................................................................109
Sound Generator .............................................................183
Registering .................................................................107
Speaker Cable ....................................................................16
Saving ........................................................................108
Split ...................................................................................61
Split Point ........................................................................138
[Start/Stop] button ............................................................54
Transmitting PC Numbers .........................................111
User Style ...................................................................51, 129
Copying .....................................................................136
Stretch Tuning .................................................................142
Deleting ......................................................................135
Style Composer ...............................................................129
Saving ........................................................................134
Style Converter ................................................................131
Style Orchestrator ..............................................................58
V
[Style Orchestrator] button ................................................58
Variation ............................................................................46
Style Search .......................................................................52
[Variation] button ..............................................................57
Sync ...................................................................................54
V-LINK ............................................................................157
T
Tap Tempo ........................................................................80
Temperament ..................................................................141
Tempo ................................................................... 44, 53, 80
Tempo [-] [+] buttons .........................................................80
Tempo Mute ......................................................................81
190
Vocal Count-In ...................................................................39
Vocal Effect ........................................................................36
[Vocal Effect] button ..........................................................36
Vocal Keyboard .................................................................40
Volume
CD ................................................................................72
“QS **” refers to the page number in Quick Start.
Index
Metronome ..................................................................44
Microphone ..................................................................19
Overall .........................................................................18
[Volume] knob ...................................................................18
X
XG lite ..............................................................................183
“QS **” refers to the page number in Quick Start.
191
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BELGIUM/FRANCE/
HOLLAND/
LUXEMBOURG
Roland Central Europe N.V.
Houtstraat 3, B-2260, Oevel
(Westerlo) BELGIUM
TEL: (014) 575811
CZECH REP.
K-AUDIO
Kardasovska 626.
CZ-198 00 Praha 9,
CZECH REP.
TEL: (2) 666 10529
DENMARK
Roland Scandinavia A/S
Nordhavnsvej 7, Postbox 880,
DK-2100 Copenhagen
DENMARK
TEL: 3916 6200
FINLAND
Roland Scandinavia As, Filial
Finland
Elannontie 5
FIN-01510 Vantaa, FINLAND
TEL: (0)9 68 24 020
GERMANY
Roland Elektronische
Musikinstrumente HmbH.
Oststrasse 96, 22844
Norderstedt, GERMANY
TEL: (040) 52 60090
GREECE
STOLLAS S.A.
Music Sound Light
155, New National Road
Patras 26442, GREECE
TEL: 2610 435400
HUNGARY
Roland East Europe Ltd.
Warehouse Area ‘DEPO’ Pf.83
H-2046 Torokbalint,
HUNGARY
TEL: (23) 511011
IRELAND
Roland Ireland
G2 Calmount Park, Calmount
Avenue, Dublin 12
Republic of IRELAND
TEL: (01) 4294444
ITALY
Roland Italy S. p. A.
Viale delle Industrie 8,
20020 Arese, Milano, ITALY
TEL: (02) 937-78300
POLAND
MX MUSIC SP.Z.O.O.
UL. Gibraltarska 4.
PL-03664 Warszawa POLAND
TEL: (022) 679 44 19
PORTUGAL
KUWAIT
EASA HUSAIN AL-YOUSIFI
& SONS CO.
Abdullah Salem Street,
Safat, KUWAIT
TEL: 243-6399
LEBANON
Roland Iberia, S.L.
Portugal Office
Cais das Pedras, 8/9-1 Dto
4050-465, Porto, PORTUGAL
TEL: 22 608 00 60
Chahine S.A.L.
Gerge Zeidan St., Chahine
Bldg., Achrafieh, P.O.Box: 165857
Beirut, LEBANON
TEL: (01) 20-1441
ROMANIA
OMAN
FBS LINES
Piata Libertatii 1,
535500 Gheorgheni,
ROMANIA
TEL: (266) 364 609
TALENTZ CENTRE L.L.C.
P.O. BOX 37, MUSCAT,
POSTAL CODE 113
TEL: 931-3705
QATAR
RUSSIA
Al Emadi Co. (Badie Studio &
Stores)
P.O. Box 62, Doha, QATAR
TEL: 4423-554
MuTek
3-Bogatyrskaya Str. 1.k.l
107 564 Moscow, RUSSIA
TEL: (095) 169 5043
SAUDI ARABIA
SPAIN
aDawliah Universal
Electronics APL
Corniche Road, Aldossary
Bldg., 1st Floor, Alkhobar,
SAUDI ARABIA
Roland Iberia, S.L.
Paseo García Faria, 33-35
08005 Barcelona SPAIN
TEL: 93 493 91 00
SWEDEN
Roland Scandinavia A/S
SWEDISH SALES OFFICE
Danvik Center 28, 2 tr.
S-131 30 Nacka SWEDEN
TEL: (0)8 702 00 20
SWITZERLAND
Roland (Switzerland) AG
Landstrasse 5, Postfach,
CH-4452 Itingen,
SWITZERLAND
TEL: (061) 927-8383
P.O.Box 2154, Alkhobar 31952
SAUDI ARABIA
TEL: (03) 898 2081
SYRIA
Technical Light & Sound
Center
Rawda, Abdul Qader Jazairi St.
Bldg. No. 21, P.O.BOX 13520,
Damascus, SYRIA
TEL: (011) 223-5384
TURKEY
Ant Muzik Aletleri Ithalat Ve
Ihracat Ltd Sti
Siraselviler Caddesi
Siraselviler Pasaji No:74/20
Taksim - Istanbul, TURKEY
TEL: (0212) 2449624
UKRAINE
TIC-TAC
Mira Str. 19/108
P.O. Box 180
295400 Munkachevo,
UKRAINE
TEL: (03131) 414-40
U.A.E.
UNITED KINGDOM
Roland (U.K.) Ltd.
Atlantic Close, Swansea
Enterprise Park, SWANSEA
SA7 9FJ,
UNITED KINGDOM
TEL: (01792) 702701
Zak Electronics & Musical
Instruments Co. L.L.C.
Zabeel Road, Al Sherooq Bldg.,
No. 14, Grand Floor, Dubai,
U.A.E.
TEL: (04) 3360715
NORTH AMERICA
MIDDLE EAST
CANADA
BAHRAIN
Moon Stores
No.16, Bab Al Bahrain Avenue,
P.O.Box 247, Manama 304,
State of BAHRAIN
TEL: 17 211 005
CYPRUS
Radex Sound Equipment Ltd.
17, Diagorou Street, Nicosia,
CYPRUS
TEL: (022) 66-9426
IRAN
MOCO INC.
No.41 Nike St., Dr.Shariyati Ave.,
Roberoye Cerahe Mirdamad
Tehran, IRAN
TEL: (021) 285-4169
ISRAEL
Roland Canada Music Ltd.
(Head Office)
5480 Parkwood Way
Richmond B. C., V6V 2M4
CANADA
TEL: (604) 270 6626
Roland Canada Music Ltd.
(Toronto Office)
170 Admiral Boulevard
Mississauga On L5T 2N6
CANADA
TEL: (905) 362 9707
U. S. A.
Roland Corporation U.S.
5100 S. Eastern Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90040-2938,
U. S. A.
TEL: (323) 890 3700
Halilit P. Greenspoon & Sons
Ltd.
8 Retzif Ha'aliya Hashnya St.
Tel-Aviv-Yafo ISRAEL
TEL: (03) 6823666
As of January 15, 2005 (ROLAND)
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