Casio PX-3BK, PX-3 User manual

Casio PX-3BK, PX-3 User manual
PX-3 MIDI Implementation
CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD.
Contents
Part I
1
MIDI Message Overview
Product Configuration as a MIDI Device.......................................................................................... 6
1.1
1.2
1.3
System Section.................................................................................................................................... 6
Sound Generator Section .................................................................................................................... 6
1.2.1
Sound generator common section .......................................................................................................... 7
1.2.2
Sound Generator Parts............................................................................................................................ 7
1.2.3
MIDI Receive and Registration..............................................................................................................8
Performance Controller Section .......................................................................................................... 8
1.3.1
Auto Performance MIDI Send ............................................................................................................... 8
1.3.2
MIDI Send by Registration ....................................................................................................................8
1.3.3
MIDI Send by Assignable Buttons.........................................................................................................9
2
Conditions that Disable Message Send and Receive ...................................................................... 9
3
Timbre Type Specific Operation ...................................................................................................... 9
Part II
Channel Message
4
Send Channel ................................................................................................................................ 10
5
Receive Channel ........................................................................................................................... 10
6
Note Off ......................................................................................................................................... 10
7
Note On ......................................................................................................................................... 11
8
Polyphonic Key Pressure............................................................................................................... 11
9
Control Change.............................................................................................................................. 11
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.8
9.9
9.10
9.11
9.12
9.13
Bank Select (00H, 20H)..................................................................................................................... 12
Modulation (01H) ............................................................................................................................... 12
Portamento Time (05H) ..................................................................................................................... 12
Data Entry (06H, 26H) ....................................................................................................................... 13
Volume (07H) .................................................................................................................................... 13
Pan (0AH).......................................................................................................................................... 13
Expression (0BH) .............................................................................................................................. 14
General Use Controllers 1 through 8 (10H through 13H, 50H through 53H)..................................... 14
Hold1 (40H) ....................................................................................................................................... 15
Portamento Switch (41H) .................................................................................................................. 15
Sostenuto (42H) ................................................................................................................................ 16
Soft (43H) .......................................................................................................................................... 16
Filter Resonance (47H) ..................................................................................................................... 17
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9.14
9.15
9.16
9.17
9.18
9.19
9.20
9.21
9.22
9.23
9.24
Release Time (48H) .......................................................................................................................... 17
Attack Time (49H).............................................................................................................................. 17
Filter Cut Off (4AH)............................................................................................................................ 18
Vibrato Rate (4CH) ............................................................................................................................ 18
Vibrato Depth (4DH) .......................................................................................................................... 18
Vibrato Delay (4EH)........................................................................................................................... 19
Portamento Control (54H) ................................................................................................................. 19
Reverb Send (5BH) ........................................................................................................................... 19
Chorus Send (5DH) ........................................................................................................................... 20
NRPN (62H, 63H).............................................................................................................................. 20
9.23.1 Functions Assigned to NRPN ..............................................................................................................20
RPN (64H, 65H) ................................................................................................................................ 20
9.24.1 Pitch Bend Sensitivity .......................................................................................................................... 21
9.24.2 Fine Tune..............................................................................................................................................21
9.24.3 Coarse Tune..........................................................................................................................................21
9.24.4 Modulation Depth ................................................................................................................................22
9.24.5 Null.......................................................................................................................................................22
10 Mode Messages ............................................................................................................................ 22
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.6
10.7
All Sound Off (78H) ........................................................................................................................... 22
Reset All Controllers (79H)................................................................................................................ 22
All Notes Off (7BH) ............................................................................................................................ 23
Omni Off (7CH).................................................................................................................................. 23
Omni On (7DH).................................................................................................................................. 23
Mono (7EH) ....................................................................................................................................... 23
Poly (7FH) ......................................................................................................................................... 24
11 Program Change ........................................................................................................................... 24
11.1
11.2
About Timbre Type ............................................................................................................................ 24
About DSP......................................................................................................................................... 25
11.2.1 DSP Line Structure and Assignment.................................................................................................... 25
12 Channel Aftertouch ........................................................................................................................ 25
13 Pitch Bend Change ........................................................................................................................ 25
Part III
System Messages
14 Active Sensing ............................................................................................................................... 26
15 System Exclusive Message ........................................................................................................... 26
15.1
15.2
Universal Realtime System Exclusive Message................................................................................ 26
15.1.1 Master Volume.....................................................................................................................................26
15.1.2 Master Balance.....................................................................................................................................27
15.1.3 Master Fine Tuning .............................................................................................................................. 27
15.1.4 Master Coarse Tuning .......................................................................................................................... 27
15.1.5 Reverb Parameter .................................................................................................................................28
15.1.6 Chorus Parameter .................................................................................................................................28
15.1.7 GM System Message............................................................................................................................ 30
15.1.8 GS Message..........................................................................................................................................30
Instrument-Specific System Exclusive Messages ............................................................................. 30
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Part IV
Instrument-Specific System Exclusive Messages
16 Format ........................................................................................................................................... 31
16.1
16.2
16.3
Message Classifications .................................................................................................................... 31
Basic Message Structure................................................................................................................... 31
Field Formats..................................................................................................................................... 32
16.3.1 SX : System Exclusive Message Status ............................................................................................... 32
16.3.2 MAN : Manufacturer’s ID.................................................................................................................... 32
16.3.3 MOD : Model ID.................................................................................................................................. 32
16.3.4 dev : MIDI Device ID 00H - 7FH ........................................................................................................ 32
16.3.5 act : Action ........................................................................................................................................... 32
16.3.6 cat : Category .......................................................................................................................................33
16.3.7 mem : Memory Area ID .......................................................................................................................33
16.3.8 pset : Parameter Set Number................................................................................................................33
16.3.9 blk : Block Number .............................................................................................................................. 33
16.3.10 prm : Parameter ID............................................................................................................................... 34
16.3.11 idx : Data Index Number ...................................................................................................................... 34
16.3.12 len : Data Length .................................................................................................................................. 34
16.3.13 data : Parameter Data...........................................................................................................................35
16.3.14 EOX : End of System Exclusive Message ........................................................................................... 35
17 Parameter Transfer........................................................................................................................ 36
17.1
17.2
Part V
Two-way Communication .................................................................................................................. 36
17.1.1 Example : Data send in response to send request to this Instrument ................................................... 36
One-way Communication .................................................................................................................. 36
17.2.1 Example : Data send to Instrument from external source .................................................................... 36
17.2.2 Example : Data send resulting from Instrument operation .................................................................. 36
Parameter List
18 System Parameters ....................................................................................................................... 37
18.1
System Information Parameter.......................................................................................................... 37
19 Setup Parameter............................................................................................................................ 38
19.1
19.2
Panel Parameter................................................................................................................................ 38
MIDI Parameter ................................................................................................................................. 38
20 Patch Parameters .......................................................................................................................... 38
20.1
20.2
20.3
20.4
20.5
20.6
20.7
20.8
Master Tune Parameters................................................................................................................... 38
Master Mixer Parameters .................................................................................................................. 38
System Chorus Parameter ................................................................................................................ 39
System Reverb Parameters .............................................................................................................. 39
System Acoustic Resonance Parameters ......................................................................................... 39
Master Equalizer Parameter.............................................................................................................. 40
Part Parameters ................................................................................................................................ 40
Part Registration Parameter .............................................................................................................. 41
21 Tone Parameters ........................................................................................................................... 42
21.1
21.2
21.3
Basic Parameters .............................................................................................................................. 42
LFO Parameters ................................................................................................................................ 43
DSP Parameters................................................................................................................................ 43
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22 Scale Tune..................................................................................................................................... 44
23 Registration Parameter .................................................................................................................. 44
23.1
23.2
23.3
23.4
Assignable Button 1 Parameter......................................................................................................... 44
Assignable Button 2 Parameter......................................................................................................... 44
Common Parameter .......................................................................................................................... 45
Equalizer Parameter.......................................................................................................................... 46
24 Registration Bank Parameter......................................................................................................... 46
24.1
Part VI
Bank Common................................................................................................................................... 46
DSP Parameter List
25 DSP Algorithm ID Tables ............................................................................................................... 47
25.1
Stereo Tone DSP .............................................................................................................................. 47
26 DSP Parameter Set Types ............................................................................................................ 48
26.1
26.2
26.3
26.4
26.5
26.6
26.7
26.8
26.9
26.10
26.11
26.12
26.13
26.14
26.15
26.16
26.17
26.18
26.19
26.20
26.21
26.22
26.23
26.24
26.25
26.26
26.27
26.28
26.29
26.30
26.31
26.32
26.33
Equalizer............................................................................................................................................ 48
Compressor ....................................................................................................................................... 48
Limiter................................................................................................................................................ 48
Enhancer ........................................................................................................................................... 48
Chorus ............................................................................................................................................... 49
Tremolo ............................................................................................................................................. 49
Early Reflection ................................................................................................................................. 49
Rotary ................................................................................................................................................ 49
Drive Rotary....................................................................................................................................... 50
3-Phase Chorus................................................................................................................................. 50
Auto Pan............................................................................................................................................ 50
Stereo Phaser.................................................................................................................................... 50
Phaser ............................................................................................................................................... 51
Distortion ........................................................................................................................................... 51
Auto Wah........................................................................................................................................... 51
LFO Wah ........................................................................................................................................... 51
Flanger .............................................................................................................................................. 51
Multi01 (Enhancer - Chorus) ............................................................................................................. 52
Multi02 (Chorus - Tremolo)................................................................................................................ 52
Multi03 (Compressor - Enhancer) ..................................................................................................... 52
Multi04 (Compressor - Chorus) ......................................................................................................... 53
Multi05 (Phaser - Chorus) ................................................................................................................. 53
Multi06 (Phaser - Auto Pan) .............................................................................................................. 54
Multi07 (Chorus - Flanger)................................................................................................................. 54
Multi08 (Auto Wah - Phaser) ............................................................................................................. 55
Multi09 (Distortion - Phaser).............................................................................................................. 55
Multi10 (Distortion - Chorus).............................................................................................................. 56
Multi11 (Compressor - Auto Wah) ..................................................................................................... 56
Multi12 (Compressor - LFO Wah) ..................................................................................................... 57
Multi13 (Distortion - Auto Pan) .......................................................................................................... 57
Multi14 (Distortion - Tremolo) ............................................................................................................ 57
Multi15 (Compressor - Auto Pan) ...................................................................................................... 58
Multi16 (Compressor - Tremolo)........................................................................................................ 58
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26.34
26.35
26.36
26.37
26.38
26.39
26.40
26.41
26.42
26.43
Multi17 (Compressor - Phaser) ......................................................................................................... 58
Multi18 (Phaser - Distortion).............................................................................................................. 59
Multi19 (Phaser - Chorus - Auto Pan) ............................................................................................... 59
Multi20 (LFO Wah - Chorus) ............................................................................................................. 60
Multi21 (Auto Wah - Chorus) ............................................................................................................. 60
Multi22 (Compressor - Distortion - Chorus)....................................................................................... 61
Multi23 (LFO Wah - Distortion - Chorus) ........................................................................................... 61
Multi24 (Auto Wah - Distortion - Chorus)........................................................................................... 62
Multi25 (Compressor - Distortion - Auto Pan).................................................................................... 62
Multi26 (Compressor - Distortion - Tremolo) ..................................................................................... 63
Part VII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values
27 Setting Value Tables...................................................................................................................... 64
27.1
27.2
27.3
27.4
27.5
27.6
27.7
27.8
27.9
27.10
27.11
27.12
27.13
27.14
27.15
Off/On Setting Value Table................................................................................................................ 64
–/+ Setting Value Table ..................................................................................................................... 64
Slow/Fast Setting Value Table .......................................................................................................... 64
Rotate/Brake Setting Value Table ..................................................................................................... 64
Routing Setting Value Table.............................................................................................................. 64
–64 - 0 - +63 Setting Value Table...................................................................................................... 64
–100 - 0 - +99 Setting Value Table.................................................................................................... 64
Pan Setting Value Table.................................................................................................................... 64
Reverb Type Setting Value Table...................................................................................................... 65
Chorus Type Setting Value Table...................................................................................................... 65
Equalizer Low Frequency Setting Value Table.................................................................................. 65
Equalizer Mid Frequency Setting Value Table .................................................................................. 65
Equalizer High Frequency Setting Value Table................................................................................. 65
Equalizer Gain Setting Value Table................................................................................................... 66
DSP Equalizer Gain Setting Value Table .......................................................................................... 66
Part VIII MIDI Implementation Notation
28 Value Notation ............................................................................................................................... 67
28.1
28.2
Hexadecimal Notation ....................................................................................................................... 67
Binary Notation .................................................................................................................................. 67
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Part I
MIDI Message Overview
1
Product Configuration as a MIDI Device
As a MIDI device, this Instrument consists of the System Section, Sound Generator Section, and Performance Controller
Section described below.
Each of these sections sends and receives specific MIDI Messages in accordance with its function.
•
•
System Section
–
Device settings
–
Function status
Sound Generator Section
–
–
•

Sound generator common section

System effects

Equalizer and brilliance adjustment function

Mixer master
Parts

Sound generator Instrument parts

DSP (insertion effects)

Mixer channel
Performance Controller Section
–
Keyboard
–
Real-time controllers
–
1.1
Common

Pedals

Bender

Registration

Assignable buttons
Auto play function
System Section
The System Section consists of a sound generator (sound source), a performance controller part (performance), and functions
that are not directly related to Instrument play. In addition to manipulating Instrument setting parameters, this section is
also used to exchange information.
1.2
Sound Generator Section
The Sound Generator Section consists of a common part that does not depend on the channel and a part that is specific
to each channel. Mainly it receives performance information and performs operations.
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1.2.1
Sound generator common section
The common section consists of sound generator setting blocks that do not depend on the sound generator part, such as
system effects, mixer master control, etc.
These can be controlled by system exclusive messages that are basically exclusive to this particular Instrument, but several
parameters also can be controlled by general universal system exclusive messages.
1.2.2
Sound Generator Parts
The settings of the sound generator parts can be changed using Instrument-specific system exclusive messages.
This Instrument consists of 36 parts. Of these, channel messages can be used to perform note on operations and to change
settings of only the C Group (C01 through C16).
The relationships between the channel message receive channel and part number are fixed, as shown below.
Group A parts A01 through A04 are referred to as “zones”. See the Instruments User’s Guide for details about zones.
Part Number
Part Name
MIDI Receive Ch
MIDI Send Ch
Assigned Function
DSP Priority (Note 2)
00
A01
–
01-16(Note1)
Keyboard (Main)
1
Description
Upper1
01
A02
–
01-16(Note1)
Keyboard (Layer)
3
Upper2
02
A03
–
01-16(Note1)
Keyboard (Split)
2
Lower1
03
A04
–
01-16(Note1)
Keyboard (Layer Split)
4
Lower2
16
B01
–
01
MIDI file playback
5
Song01
17
B02
–
02
MIDI file playback
5
Song02
18
B03
–
03
MIDI file playback
5
Song03
19
B04
–
04
MIDI file playback
5
Song04
20
B05
–
05
MIDI file playback
5
Song05
21
B06
–
06
MIDI file playback
5
Song06
22
B07
–
07
MIDI file playback
5
Song07
23
B08
–
08
MIDI file playback
5
Song08
24
B09
–
09
MIDI file playback
5
Song09
25
B10
–
10
MIDI file playback
5
Song10
26
B11
–
11
MIDI file playback
5
Song11
27
B12
–
12
MIDI file playback
5
Song12
28
B13
–
13
MIDI file playback
5
Song13
29
B14
–
14
MIDI file playback
5
Song14
30
B15
–
15
MIDI file playback
5
Song15
31
B16
–
16
MIDI file playback
5
Song16
32
C01
01
–
MIDI IN
5
Ext.01
33
C02
02
–
MIDI IN
5
Ext.02
34
C03
03
–
MIDI IN
5
Ext.03
35
C04
04
–
MIDI IN
5
Ext.04
36
C05
05
–
MIDI IN
5
Ext.05
37
C06
06
–
MIDI IN
5
Ext.06
38
C07
07
–
MIDI IN
5
Ext.07
39
C08
08
–
MIDI IN
5
Ext.08
40
C09
09
–
MIDI IN
5
Ext.09
41
C10
10
–
MIDI IN
5
Ext.10
42
C11
11
–
MIDI IN
5
Ext.11
43
C12
12
–
MIDI IN
5
Ext.12
44
C13
13
–
MIDI IN
5
Ext.13
45
C14
14
–
MIDI IN
5
Ext.14
46
C15
15
–
MIDI IN
5
Ext.15
47
C16
16
–
MIDI IN
5
Ext.16
Note 1:
Can be changed by zone editing.
Note 2:
This is the DSP line assignment priority. A smaller value indicates a higher priority. For details, see “11.2.1 DSP Line
Structure and Assignment”.
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1.2.3
MIDI Receive and Registration
The registration (setup) can be switched by MIDI message. For details about messages, see “19.1 Panel Parameter”.
When switching the registration by MIDI message, the parts reflected by the zone parameters are determined in accordance
with the MIDI send channel setting values of the zone parameters.
The following describes an example of how this works.
Registration Settings (MIDI Send Ch)
Part Setting After MIDI Receive (Note 1)
01
Zone1(3)
–
02
Zone2(4)
–
03
Zone3(14)
Zone1
04
Zone4(8)
Zone2
05
–
–
06
–
–
07
–
–
08
–
Zone4
09
–
–
10
–
–
11
–
–
12
–
–
13
–
–
14
–
Zone3
15
–
–
16
–
–
Note 1:
Zone parameters are reflected by Group B parts during playback of MIDI files by this Instrument, and by Group C parts
during MIDI receipt from an external device.
Common parameters are not affected. Use this Instrument’s registration function to change common parameters.
Also note that Group A parts are given priority for DSP line assignment. If Group A parts use up all the DSP lines, the
DSP settings of part reflected by the zones are ignored.
For details about DSP line assignments, see “11.2.1 DSP Line Structure and Assignment”.
1.3
Performance Controller Section
The Performance Controller Section consists of keyboard, pedal, and other real-time controllers, as well as blocks that
generate auto performance and other performance information.
These messages are transmitted to the sound generator in accordance with operations, while they are also being sent out
as MIDI messages.
The channel number of the sent message is in accordance with part settings, etc.
1.3.1
Auto Performance MIDI Send
This document covers what operations are sent by messages for each message type. However, since there is wide variation
in the messages that can be sent during an auto performance operation, messages are not covered here.
1.3.2
MIDI Send by Registration
The final MIDI messages sent during a registration operation are system exclusive messages that are specific to this
Instrument, which can switch the registration during MIDI receipt.
For details about messages, see “19.1 Panel Parameter”.
Also, messages that can be sent during a registration operation are so diverse and wide-ranging, messages are not covered
in detail here.
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1.3.3
MIDI Send by Assignable Buttons
The message(s) sent when an assignable button is pressed depends on the function assigned to the button. Also, any control
change message can be assigned to an assignable button. Since messages that can be sent by an assignable button operation
are so diverse and wide-ranging, messages are not covered in detail here.
2
Conditions that Disable Message Send and Receive
All MIDI message send and receive is temporarily disabled in all of the following cases.
3
•
During Instrument startup
•
During SD card formatting
•
During storage of registration data
•
While “STORAGE” is selected as the “USB DEVICE MODE”.
Timbre Type Specific Operation
The operation that is performed for a received message depends on the current Timbre Type setting (see “11.1 About Timbre
Type”), which is the operation mode of each sound generator part. Applicable information is provided in the explanations
for each message.
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Part II
Channel Message
4
Send Channel
For information about the MIDI channels of the channel messages that are sent when this Instrument is played, see
“1.2.2 Sound Generator Parts”. Note, however, that the MIDI channel of the performance information that corresponds to
the keyboard main part can be changed by zone editing.
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Receive Channel
For information about the MIDI channel numbers of channel messages received by each part, see “1.2.2 Sound Generator
Parts”.
The MIDI channel number of a channel message that changes DSP settings also coincides with the MIDI channel of the
part using the DSP. A channel message is not received by a part that is turned off by the Part Enable Parameter value
explained under “20.7 Part Parameters”.
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Note Off
Format
Send
Message Format: 8nH kkH vvH
n:
kk:
vv: 40H
Receive
8nH kkH vvH
9nH kkH 00H
MIDI Channel Number
Key Number
Ignored
Send
Sent when a key is released.
Receive
Recognized as key release information. The velocity value is ignored.
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7
Note On
Format
Message Format: 9nH kkH vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
kk: Key Number
vv: Velocity
Send
Sent when a key is pressed.
Receive
Recognized as key press information.
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Polyphonic Key Pressure
Format
Message Format: AnH kkH vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
kk: Key Number
vv: Pressure Value
Send
This message is not sent by this Instrument.
Receive
This message is not received by this Instrument.
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Control Change
Format
Message Format: BnH ccH vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
cc: Control Number
vv: Value
Send
Sent when a pedal or another controller operation is performed, when settings are changed, when the tone is changed, or
when an auto performance, or other operation is performed.
Receive
Receipt changes the controller and settings that correspond to the control number.
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9.1
Bank Select (00H, 20H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 00H mmH (MSB)
BnH 20H llH (LSB)
n: MIDI Channel Number
mm: Value
ll: Value
Send
Sent in the following cases.
•
When a tone selection is made
•
When a program change message is specified by a zone edit operation
For information about numbers, see the Tone List in the User’s Guide.
Receive
Receipt switches the tone bank number stored in Instrument memory. Note, however, that the tone is not changed until a
Program Change message is received.
For details, see “11 Program Change”.
For information about numbers, see the Tone List in the User’s Guide.
9.2
Modulation (01H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 01H vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value
Send
See “1.3.3 MIDI Send by Assignable Buttons”.
Receive
Receipt adds, to the voice being sounded, modulation of a depth specified by the value. In the case of a tone that already
has modulation applied, receipt of this message increases the modulation depth. The modulation effect differs according
to the tone being used.
9.3
Portamento Time (05H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 05H vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value
Send
Sent when the portamento time is specified by a zone edit operation.
Receive
Receipt changes the time it takes until pitch reaches the target portamento effect pitch.
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9.4
Data Entry (06H, 26H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 06H vvH (MSB)
BnH 26H vvH (LSB)
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value
Send
Sent when there is a change in the parameters assigned to NRPN and RPN.
For details about information assigned to parameters that correspond to NRPN and RPN, see “9.23 NRPN (62H, 63H)”
and “9.24 RPN (64H, 65H)”.
Receive
Receipt changes the parameter assigned to RPN. This Instrument does not have a parameter that corresponds to NRPN.
9.5
Volume (07H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 07H vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value
Send
Sent when the volume level is specified by a zone edit operation.
Receive
Receipt changes the volume level of the corresponding part. Changes the Volume setting of the Part Parameter.
9.6
Pan (0AH)
Format
Message Format: BnH 0AH vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value (Note1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see “27.8 Pan Setting Value Table”
in “Part VII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values”.
Send
Sent when pan is specified by a zone edit operation.
Receive
Receipt changes the pan setting of the Pan Part Parameter.
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9.7
Expression (0BH)
Format
Message Format: BnH 0BH vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value
Send
See “1.3.3 MIDI Send by Assignable Buttons”.
Receive
Receipt changes the part volume level.
How this message differs from Volume (07H)
Though this message is operationally identical to that of “9.5 Volume (07H),” the purposes of the two messages are different.
This message is used, for example, for crescendo/decrescendo, and other forms of expression while playing. “9.5 Volume
(07H)” is normally used when you want to make a fixed change in volume level.
9.8
General Use Controllers 1 through 8 (10H through 13H, 50H through 53H)
These messages are used to control DSP operation.
Format
Message Format: BnH
BnH
BnH
BnH
BnH
BnH
BnH
BnH
10H
11H
12H
13H
50H
51H
52H
53H
vvH
vvH
vvH
vvH
vvH
vvH
vvH
vvH
DSP
DSP
DSP
DSP
DSP
DSP
DSP
DSP
Parameter7[0]
Parameter7[1]
Parameter7[2]
Parameter7[3]
Parameter7[4]
Parameter7[5]
Parameter7[6]
Parameter7[7]
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value (Note1)
Send
Sent when a DSP parameter value is specified by a zone edit operation.
Receive
Receipt changes the value of DSP Parameter 7 [0 to 7] (7-bit parameter) assigned to the part specified by the MIDI Channel
Number. For details about parameters, see “21.3 DSP Parameters”.
Any message received that corresponds to the parameter of a number not being used by the currently selected DSP is ignored.
Note 1:
Received values and parameter setting values
The range of the value of each DSP Parameter 7 array element depends on the selected DSP or array number.
Unlike manipulation of a DSP parameter using a System Exclusive Message, a value received by this control change message
is always in the range of 0 to 127, but the range is changed in accordance with the setting range of the applicable parameter
setting. Because of this, it is impossible for a value to be outside of the range.
Conversion to the parameter setting value from the value received with the message can be represented in general terms
by the expression shown below.
Parameter Setting Value = Parameter Minimum Value + (Parameter Maximum Value - Parameter Minimum Value) X
For details about Parameter 7 of each DSP, see the explanations under “VI DSP Parameter List”.
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Received Value
127
9.9
Hold1 (40H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 40H vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value
Send
Sent in the following cases.
•
When a pedal that has a sustain (damper) function is operated
•
Sent when a MIDI channel is specified by a zone edit operation.
Receive
Receipt performs an operation equivalent to a sustain (damper) pedal operation.
Timbre Type Specific Operation
This operation differs in accordance with the Timbre Type (see “11.1 About Timber Type”) setting.
•
Timbre Type: Melody
Sustain off/on control is performed in accordance with the value of the received message. For information about
the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see the “27.1 Off/On Setting Value Table” in
“Part VII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values”.
•
Timbre Type: Piano or LM Piano
Continuous control of the following is performed in accordance with the value of the received message.
•
–
Piano note decay rate
–
Resonance characteristics and decay rate of Acoustic Resonance effect resonance note
Timbre Type: Drum
The received message does not affect sound source operation.
9.10
Portamento Switch (41H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 41H vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value (Note1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see the “27.1 Off/On Setting Value
Table” in “Part VII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values”.
Send
Sent when the portamento on/off setting is specified by a zone edit operation.
Receive
Receipt switches portamento between enabled (On) and disabled (Off).
Range of Pitch Change
The range of pitch change for this Instrument’s portamento function is limited. With some tones or keys, portamento may
not be able to drop down to the note assigned to the keys being played.
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9.11
Sostenuto (42H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 42H vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value (Note1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see the “27.1 Off/On Setting Value
Table” in “Part VII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values”.
Send
Sent in the following cases.
•
When a pedal assigned the sostenuto function is operated
•
When a MIDI channel is specified by a zone edit operation
Receive
Receipt performs an operation equivalent to a sostenuto pedal operation.
9.12
Soft (43H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 43H vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value (Note1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see the “27.1 Off/On Setting Value
Table” in “Part VII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values”.
Send
Sent in the following cases.
•
When a pedal assigned the soft function is operated
•
When a MIDI channel is specified by a zone edit operation
Receive
Receipt performs an operation equivalent to a soft pedal operation.
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9.13
Filter Resonance (47H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 47H vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value (Note1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see “27.6 –64 - 0 - +63 Setting
Value Table” in “Part VII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values”.
Send
See “1.3.3 MIDI Send by Assignable Buttons”.
Receive
Receipt changes the strength of filter resonance.
9.14
Release Time (48H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 48H vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value (Note1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see “27.6 –64 - 0 - +63 Setting
Value Table” in “Part VII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values”.
Send
Sent when the release time is specified by a zone edit operation.
Receive
Receipt makes a relative change in the time it takes for a note to decay to zero after a key is released.
9.15
Attack Time (49H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 49H vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value (Note1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see “27.6 –64 - 0 - +63 Setting
Value Table” in “Part VII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values”.
Send
Sent when the attack time is specified by a zone edit operation.
Receive
Receipt makes a relative change in the time it takes for a note to rise to its maximum level.
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9.16
Filter Cut Off (4AH)
Format
Message Format: BnH 4AH vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value (Note1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see “27.6 –64 - 0 - +63 Setting
Value Table” in “Part VII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values”.
Send
Sent when filter is specified by a zone edit operation.
Receive
Receipt changes how the cut-off filter is applied.
9.17
Vibrato Rate (4CH)
Format
Message Format: BnH 4CH vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value (Note1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see “27.6 –64 - 0 - +63 Setting
Value Table” in “Part VII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values”.
Send
Sent when the vibrato rate is specified by a zone edit operation.
Receive
Receipt changes Vib Rate of the LFO Parameter.
9.18
Vibrato Depth (4DH)
Format
Message Format: BnH 4DH vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value (Note1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see “27.6 –64 - 0 - +63 Setting
Value Table” in “Part VII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values”.
Send
Sent when the vibrato depth is specified by a zone edit operation.
Receive
Receipt changes Vib Auto Depth of the LFO Parameter.
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9.19
Vibrato Delay (4EH)
Format
Message Format: BnH 4EH vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value (Note1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see “27.6 –64 - 0 - +63 Setting
Value Table” in “Part VII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values”.
Send
Sent when the vibrato delay is specified by a zone edit operation.
Receive
Receipt changes Vib Auto Delay of the LFO Parameter.
9.20
Portamento Control (54H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 54H vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
kk: Source Note Number
Send
See “1.3.3 MIDI Send by Assignable Buttons”.
Receive
Receipt of this message first stores the Source Note Number for the next note. When the next Note On is received, the
portamento effect is applied to the note using this Source Note Number as the pitch start point and the Note On event key
number as the end point. If there already is a note being sounded by Source Note Number at this time, the new note on
is not performed and the portamento effect is applied to the pitch of the note being sounded. That is to say that legato
play is performed.
9.21
Reverb Send (5BH)
Format
Message Format: BnH 5BH vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value
Send
Sent when reverb send is specified by a zone edit operation.
Receive
Receipt changes the Rev Send Part Parameter.
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9.22
Chorus Send (5DH)
Format
Message Format: BnH 5DH vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value
Send
Sent when the portamento on/off setting is specified by a zone edit operation.
Receive
Receipt changes the Cho Send Part Parameter.
9.23
NRPN (62H, 63H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 62H vvH (LSB)
BnH 63H vvH (MSB)
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value
Send
This message is not sent by this Instrument.
Receive
This message is not received by this Instrument.
9.23.1
Functions Assigned to NRPN
This Instrument does not assign any parameters to NRPN.
9.24
RPN (64H, 65H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 64H vvH (LSB)
BnH 65H vvH (MSB)
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value
The following are the parameters assigned to RPN by this Instrument.
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9.24.1
Pitch Bend Sensitivity
Format
Message Format: BnH 64H 00H 65H 00H 06H mmH 26H llH
n: MIDI Channel Number
mm: Value 0 - 24
ll: Send: 00H, Receive: Ignored
Send
Sent when the pitch bend range is changed.
Receive
Receipt changes Pitch Bend Sensitivity.
9.24.2
Fine Tune
Format
Message Format: BnH 64H 01H 65H 00H 06H mmH 26H llH
n: MIDI Channel Number
mm: Value MSB
ll: Value LSB
Send
Sent when fine tuning is specified by a zone edit operation.
Receive
Receipt changes the Fine Tune Part Parameter.
9.24.3
Coarse Tune
Format
Message Format: BnH 64H 02H 65H 00H 06H mmH 26H 00H
n: MIDI Channel Number
mm: Value
Send
Sent when coarse tuning is specified by a zone edit operation.
Receive
Receipt changes the Coarse Tune Part Parameter.
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9.24.4
Modulation Depth
Format
Message Format: BnH 64H 05H 65H 00H 06H mmH 26H 00H
n: MIDI Channel Number
mm: Value
Send
This message is not sent by this Instrument.
Receive
Receipt changes Vib Mod Depth of the LFO Parameter.
9.24.5
Null
Format
Message Format: BnH 64H 7FH 65H 7F
n: MIDI Channel Number
Send
This message is not sent by this Instrument.
Receive
Receipt deselects RPN.
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Mode Messages
10.1
All Sound Off (78H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 78H 00H
n: MIDI Channel Number
Send
Sent when an SD card is inserted or removed, and when an SD card operation is performed.
Receive
Receipt stops all voices that are sounding.
10.2
Reset All Controllers (79H)
Format
Message Format: BnH 79H 00H
n: MIDI Channel Number
Send
This message is not sent by this Instrument.
Receive
Receipt initializes each performance controller.
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10.3
All Notes Off (7BH)
Format
Message Format: BnH 7BH 00H
n: MIDI Channel Number
Send
Sent when a MIDI channel is specified by a zone edit operation.
Receive
Receipt of this message releases the currently sounding voice (same as releasing the keyboard key).
10.4
Omni Off (7CH)
Format
Message Format: BnH 7CH 00H
n: MIDI Channel Number
Send
This message is not sent by this Instrument.
Receive
Receipt of this message releases the currently sounding voice (same as releasing the keyboard key).
10.5
Omni On (7DH)
Format
Message Format: BnH 7DH 00H
n: MIDI Channel Number
Send
This message is not sent by this Instrument.
Receive
Receipt of this message releases the currently sounding voice (same as releasing the keyboard key).
10.6
Mono (7EH)
Format
Message Format: BnH 7EH 00H
n: MIDI Channel Number
Send
This message is not sent by this Instrument.
Receive
Receipt of this message stops the currently sounding voice.
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10.7
Poly (7FH)
Format
Message Format: BnH 7FH 00H
n: MIDI Channel Number
Send
This message is not sent by this Instrument.
Receive
Receipt of this message stops the currently sounding voice.
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Program Change
Format
Message Format: CnH ppH
n: MIDI Channel Number
pp: Program Number
Send
Sent in the following cases.
•
When a tone selection is made
•
When a program change message is specified by a zone edit operation
For information about numbers, see the Tone List in the User’s Guide.
Receive
Receipt changes the tone.
Tone selection is determined by the program value of this message and the Bank Select message value received prior to
this message.
For information about the program number of the actually selected tone, see the Tone List in the User’s Guide.
Also note that receipt of this message may also change the Timbre Type parameter at the same time. For more information,
see “11.1 About Timbre Type” below.
11.1
About Timbre Type
The tone selected by each part of this Instrument has a “Timbre Type” parameter that specifies the type of sound source
for the tone. As explained under “21.1 Basic Parameters”, there are four Timbre Types settings: Melody, LM Piano, Piano,
and Drum. The operation for a received channel message differs according to the Timbre Type.
•
Timbre Type: Melody
This Timbre Type is for normal melody tones. The damper pedal performs on/off operations.
•
Timbre Type: Piano or LM (Linear Morphing) Piano
This Timbre Type is for piano tones. The decay rate of the voice being sounded and Acoustic Resonance effect
characteristics are continually altered in accordance with the damper pedal position. The method for producing sound
in response to the note messages also is different from that of the melody Timbre Type, and operation is optimized
for piano.
•
Timbre Type: Drum
This Timbre Type is for drum sounds. The method for producing sound is optimized for drums. The damper pedal
and sostenuto pedal do not work for sounds that do not recognize Note Off. The tuning setting also does not affect
this Timbre Type.
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11.2
About DSP
11.2.1
DSP Line Structure and Assignment
This Instrument has two DSP lines that can be used simultaneously.
Selecting multiple tones with DSP at the same time creates the possibility that there will not be enough DSP lines. If this
happens, DSP lines will be assigned in accordance with the DSP line assignment priority specified for each part.
When two or more parts have the same priority, the assignment that was made last is given priority.
For details about DSP line assignment priority, see the table under “1.2.2 Sound Generator Parts”.
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Channel Aftertouch
Format
Message Format: DnH vvH
n: MIDI Channel Number
vv: Value
Send
This message is not sent by this Instrument.
Receive
Receipt of this message adds modulation to the voice that is sounding.
The modulation effect differs according to the tone being used.
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Pitch Bend Change
Format
Message Format: EnH llH mmH
n: MIDI Channel Number
ll: Value LSB
mm: Value MSB
Send
Sent in the following cases.
•
When the bend wheel is operated
•
When a MIDI channel is specified by a zone edit operation
Receive
Receipt of this message changes the pitch of the currently sounding voice. Pitch bend change sensitivity depends on the
setting configured with “9.24.1 Pitch Bend Sensitivity”.
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Part III
System Messages
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Active Sensing
Format
Message Format: FEH
Send
This message is not sent by this Instrument.
Receive
Once this message is received, the Active Sensing mode is entered. If no MIDI message is received for a specified amount
of time, voices being sounded by this Instrument’s sound source are released, the controller is reset, and the Active Sensing
mode is exited.
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System Exclusive Message
Format
Message Format: F0H....F7H
This Instrument sends and receives standard universal system exclusive messages, and system exclusive messages that have
Instrument-specific formats.
15.1
Universal Realtime System Exclusive Message
Format
Message Format: F0H 7FH....F7H
15.1.1
Master Volume
Format
Message Format: F0H 7FH 7FH 04H 01H llH mmH F7H
ll: Value LSB
mm: Value MSB
Send
This message is not sent by this Instrument.
Receive
Receipt changes the Master Volume parameter. Note that the Master Volume parameter cannot be changed with an Instrument
operation.
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15.1.2
Master Balance
Format
Message Format: F0H 7FH 7FH 04H 02H llH mmH F7H
ll: Value LSB (Note1)
mm: Value MSB (Note1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see “27.8 Pan Setting Value Table”
in “Part VII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values”.
Send
This message is not sent by this Instrument.
Receive
Receipt changes the Master Pan parameter. Note that the Master Pan parameter cannot be changed with an Instrument
operation.
15.1.3
Master Fine Tuning
Format
Message Format: F0H 7FH 7FH 04H 03H llH mmH F7H
ll: Value LSB (Note1)
mm: Value MSB (Note1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see “27.7 –100 - 0 - +99 Setting
Value Table” in “Part VII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values”.
Send
This message is sent when the tuning setting is changed.
Receive
Receipt changes the Master Fine Tune8 parameter of Patch.
Acoustic Resonance Actions
Acoustic Resonance acoustic characteristics also alter Fine Tune of the strings that simulate resonance in accordance with
the Master Fine Tune8 value. Because of this, receipt of this message may cause the resonance interval to change temporarily.
15.1.4
Master Coarse Tuning
Format
Message Format: F0H 7FH 7FH 04H 04H llH mmH F7H
ll: Send: 00H, Receive: Ignored
mm: Value MSB
Send
This message is not sent by this Instrument.
Receive
Receipt changes the Patch Master Coarse Tune parameter.
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15.1.5
Reverb Parameter
Format
Message Format: F0H 7FH 7FH 04H 05H 01H 01H 01H
01H 01H ppH vvH F7H
pp: Parameter
vv: Value
Type Format
Message Format: F0H 7FH 7FH 04H 05H 01H 01H 01H
01H 01H 00H vvH F7H
vv: Value (Note1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see “27.9 Reverb Type Setting Value
Table” in “Part VII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values”.
Send
This message is sent when the System Reverb Type setting is changed.
Receive
Receipt changes the Reverb Type parameter.
Time Format
Message Format: F0H 7FH 7FH 04H 05H 01H 01H 01H
01H 01H 01H vvH F7H
vv: Value
Send
This message is not sent by this Instrument.
Receive
Receipt changes the Reverb Time parameter.
15.1.6
Chorus Parameter
Format
Message Format: F0H 7FH 7FH 04H 05H 01H 01H 01H
01H 02H ppH vvH F7H
pp: Parameter
vv: Value
Type Format
Message Format: F0H 7FH 7FH 04H 05H 01H 01H 01H
01H 02H 00H vvH F7H
vv: Value (Note1)
Note 1:
For information about the relationship between setting values and send/receive values, see “27.10 Chorus Type Setting
Value Table” in “Part VII Setting Values and Send/Receive Values”.
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Send
This message is sent when the System Chorus Type setting is changed.
Receive
Receipt changes the System Chorus Type parameter.
Rate Format
Message Format: F0H 7FH 7FH 04H 05H 01H 01H 01H
01H 02H 01H vvH F7H
vv: Value
Send
This message is not sent by this Instrument.
Receive
Receipt changes the System Chorus Rate parameter.
Depth Format
Message Format: F0H 7FH 7FH 04H 05H 01H 01H 01H
01H 02H 02H vvH F7H
vv: Value
Send
This message is not sent by this Instrument.
Receive
Receipt changes the System Chorus Depth parameter.
Feedback Format
Message Format: F0H 7FH 7FH 04H 05H 01H 01H 01H
01H 02H 03H vvH F7H
vv: Value
Send
This message is not sent by this Instrument.
Receive
Receipt changes the System Chorus Feedback parameter.
Send To Reverb Format
Message Format: F0H 7FH 7FH 04H 05H 01H 01H 01H
01H 02H 04H vvH F7H
vv: Value
Send
This message is not sent by this Instrument.
Receive
Receipt changes the Chorus Send To Reverb parameter.
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15.1.7
GM System Message
GM System On Format
1 Message Format: F0H 7EH 7FH 09H 01H F7H
Send
This message is not sent by this Instrument.
Receive
Receipt puts the sound source into a GM sound source mode. Also, the Scale Tune Enable setting shown under “20.7 Part
Parameters” for parts C01 through C16 become zero, which disables the temperament (scale) function.
GM System Off Format
Message Format: F0H 7EH 7FH 09H 02H F7H
Send
This message is not sent by this Instrument.
Receive
Receipt returns the sound source to its power on default settings.
GM2 System On Format
Message Format: F0H 7EH 7FH 09H 03H F7H
Send
This message is not sent by this Instrument.
Receive
Though this Instrument does not support GM2, receipt of the GM2 System On message has the same result as receipt of
the GM System On message.
15.1.8
GS Message
Message Format: F0H 41H ddH 42H 12H 40H 00H 7FH 00H 41H F7H
Note: dd (Device ID) is ignored.
Send
This message is not sent by this Instrument.
Receive
Receipt performs the same operation as when the GM System On message is received.
15.2
Instrument-Specific System Exclusive Messages
Format
Message Format: F0H 44H 15H 01H....F7H
Most Instrument parameters and user data, and some operation commands can be controlled using this message.
For more information, see “Part IV Instrument-Specific System Exclusive Messages”.
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Part IV
Instrument-Specific System Exclusive Messages
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Format
This section explains the format of the Instrument-specific System Exclusive Messages. See “Part V Parameter List” for
information about what type of data can actually be sent.
16.1
Message Classifications
Basically, the operation that corresponds to Instrument-specific system exclusive messages is parameter data transfer. The
following operations can be performed from an external device using this parameter transfer message.
•
Modification of an individual Instrument parameter
•
Import of an individual Instrument parameter value
In addition to parameters being used as device setting values, some parameters act as commands when received by this
Instrument and as device status information when sent from this Instrument.
The following table shows the parameter category for each type of transfer.
FunctionSection Parameter Category Description
System
Sound Generator
16.2
System
Commands, Instrument status
Setup
Instrument basic settings
Patch
Sound source common settings (system effects, master
settings, etc.)
Sound source part settings (tone selection, mixing,
tuning, etc.)
Tone
Tone parameter, DSP settings
Scale Tune
Scale Tune Table
Registration
Registration settings
Registration Bank
Registration bank settings
Basic Message Structure
Since Instrument-specific System Exclusive messages are sent and received on an individual parameter basis, the Individual
Parameter Transfer method is used, and a number of message types are provided to suit specific operations. The field in
the SysEx message that specifies the message type is the action (act) field. The format of the “body” part of the message
depends on the “act” value.
The table below shows the body format for each action of Instrument-specific system exclusive messages. An actual message
consists of the items indicated by “Y”, from left to right.
act
SX
MAN MOD
dev
act
body (Depends on act.)
EOX
cat
mem
pset
blk
pkt
prm
idx
len
data
IPR
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
-
Y
IPS
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
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16.3
Field Formats
16.3.1
SX : System Exclusive Message Status
Format: 11110000B (F0H)
This is the System Exclusive Message status byte established by the MIDI standard.
16.3.2
MAN : Manufacturer’s ID
Format: 01000100B (CASIO = 44H)
Indicates this Instrument’s manufacturer ID.
16.3.3
MOD : Model ID
Format: MSB
00010101B (15H)
LSB
00000010B (02H)
These two successive bytes (MSB, LSB) indicate the PX-130/330/3/730/7/830, AP-220/420/620/6 model ID.
16.3.4
dev : MIDI Device ID 00H - 7FH
Format: 0dddddddB
The contents of this field in a received message are compared with the Model’s MIDI Device ID, and receipt of the incoming
message is allowed only when the two IDs match. The default value for this field is 10H. When a message containing
7FH is received, receipt of the message is always allowed, regardless of this Instrument’s ID setting.
MIDI Device ID is a Patch Parameter, and it can be changed with a System Exclusive Message. In this case, the Device
ID of the MIDI System Exclusive Message must be set to 7FH before it is sent.
16.3.5
act : Action
Format: 0aaaaaaaB
This field indicates the operation of the Instrument-specific System Exclusive Message.
aaaaaaaB Action
Function
00H IPR
Individual Parameter Request
01H IPS
Individual Parameter Send
IPR : Individual Parameter Request
Indicates an individual parameter value send request message. When this Instrument receives this action, it uses an IPS
message to return the specified parameter value.
IPS : Individual Parameter Send
Indicates an individual parameter value send message. When this Instrument receives this action, it rewrites the value specified
by the data field with the specified parameter value.
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16.3.6
cat : Category
Format: 0cccccccB
0cccccccB = Category (7bit)
The category indicates the categories of data handled by the System Exclusive Message. The ID number (ID) of the category
is indicated on the left, while the communication operation (Action) is indicated on the right.
Category
Transfer
ID (c)
Parameter Set
00H
System
Individual Parameter
A
01H
Setup
A
02H
Patch
A
03H
Tone
A
12H
Scale Tune
A
14H
Registration
A
15H
Registration Bank
A
A .. Available (Also including when only some parameters are available.)
16.3.7
mem : Memory Area ID
Format: 0mmmmmmmB
Specifies the memory area that is the object of the parameter transfer. The following are defined for this Instrument. Basically,
Instrument-specific System Exclusive messages are valid for user area data only.
mem
Data Type
Meaning
0
User area
Read/write enabled
1
Preset area
Read/write disabled
16.3.8
pset : Parameter Set Number
Format: LSB
0nnnnnnnB
MSB
0mmmmmmmB
This field is a 2-byte (LSB, MSB) value indicating the number of the parameter set (mmmmmmmnnnnnnnB, binary) being
transferred.
16.3.9
blk : Block Number
This supplementary number specifies which block is the object when there are multiple blocks within the same parameter set.
Format: 0iiiiiiiB (LSB)
0jjjjjjjB
0kkkkkkkB (MSB)
When there are multiple parameters with the same ID inside the same category, as with the mixer channel volume setting
for example, the block number required to specify to which block data belongs is specified as: kkkkkkkjjjjjjjiiiiiiiB (Binary).
When the parameter block has a multi-dimensional array structure, the 21 bits of the block number are divided into prescribed
bit fields based on the rules explained below.
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Block Bit Field Division
•
Case 1
When an array has three or fewer nesting levels and the number of arrays in each dimension is 128 or less, they
are assigned below the three 7-bit fields. Unused regions are filled with zeros.
Example:
parameter [A][B][C]
With a 3-dimensional array parameter that consists of A=8 (3 bits), B=5 (3 bits) and C=10 (4 bits), the block bit
fields are allocated as: Block = 0000aaa 000bbb ccccccc (Binary).
•
Case 2
When Case 1 conditions are not satisfied, the minimal number of fields required for each number of arrays is reserved
from the lower bit of the block. Unused regions are filled will zeros.
Example 1:
parameter [A][B][C][D]
With a 4-dimensional array parameter that consists of A=3 (2 bits), B=4 (2 bits), C=3 (2 bits) and D=4 (2 bits)
like the one shown above, the block bit fields are allocated as: Block = 0000000 00000a abbccdd (Binary).
Example 2:
parameter [A][B]
With an A=3 (2 bits), B=200 (8 bits) 2-dimensional array parameter, the block bit fields are allocated as:
Block = 0000000 000aab bbbbbbb (Binary).
16.3.10
prm : Parameter ID
Format: LSB
0pppppppB
MSB
0qqqqqqqB
The Parameter ID indicates the parameter type. (See “Part V Parameter List”.)
When transferring parameters individually (as opposed to bulk transfer), this field is used to identify the parameter by its
parameter ID.
16.3.11
idx : Data Index Number
Format: 0iiiiiiiB
The data index number indicates the first array number of the array where transfer starts.
16.3.12
len : Data Length
Format: 0lllllllB
The value of this field specifies the size of the parameter value stored in the data field. Data length indicates the length
of the array being transferred minus 1 when the parameter contains a character string or other similar array structure.
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16.3.13
data : Parameter Data
Format:
index0
0dddddddB (0eeeeeeeB) (0fffffffB) (0gggggggB) (0hhhhhhhB)
index1
0dddddddB (0eeeeeeeB) (0fffffffB) (0gggggggB) (0hhhhhhhB)
index2
0dddddddB (0eeeeeeeB) (0fffffffB) (0gggggggB) (0hhhhhhhB)
:
:
indexN
0dddddddB (0eeeeeeeB) (0fffffffB) (0gggggggB) (0hhhhhhhB)
Parameter data indicates the parameter value.
The data array is a list of len + 1 data items.
For a one data item structure, the length depends on the data bit width, as shown below.
dddddB + 1
Number of data
1-7
1
8 - 14
2
15 - 21
3
22 - 28
4
29 - 32
5
Each block of data is packed from the lowest order byte first. In the case of multiple-byte data, the lowest weighted
bit is the least significant digit of the first data byte, and the highest weighted bit is the most significant digit of
the final data byte.
The following shows an example of how data would be divided for transfer in the case of 32-bit data.
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
data0:
0
[bit06]
[bit05]
[bit04]
[bit03]
[bit02]
[bit01]
[bit00]
data1:
0
[bit13]
[bit12]
[bit11]
[bit10]
[bit09]
[bit08]
[bit07]
data2:
0
[bit20]
[bit19]
[bit18]
[bit17]
[bit16]
[bit15]
[bit14]
data3:
0
[bit27]
[bit26]
[bit25]
[bit24]
[bit23]
[bit22]
[bit21]
data4:
0
0
0
0
[bit31]
[bit30]
[bit29]
[bit28]
Single Message Size Limit
With this Instrument’s system exclusive message format, the size of a single message cannot exceed 48 bytes.
The data size and the array size, however, can cause a packet to exceed 48 bytes when transferring a single parameter array.
In this case, the IPS and IPR message data length and data index number values can be modified to enable division of a
single parameter value into multiple messages so it can be sent that way.
16.3.14
EOX : End of System Exclusive Message
Format: 11110111B
This is the End of System Exclusive Message status byte established by the MIDI standard.
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17
Parameter Transfer
There are two parameter operations: Individual Parameter Transfer and Individual Parameter Request.
A single session is concluded only when this Instrument returns an IPS (Individual Parameter Send) in response to an
IPR (Individual Parameter Request) from an external device, or when an external device or this Instrument spontaneously
sends an IPS. If this Instrument received an IPS, the value of the applicable parameter is changed.
Depending on the function of a parameter, Individual Parameter Send may be used to issue a command to this Instrument
or Individual Parameter Request may be used to check Instrument status information.
17.1
Two-way Communication
17.1.1
Example : Data send in response to send request to this Instrument
Data Receiver
Data Sender
IPR 
Operation
Send Request
 IPS
Data Transfer
17.2
One-way Communication
17.2.1
Example : Data send to Instrument from external source
Data Sender
Data Receiver
 IPS
17.2.2
Operation
Data Transfer
Example : Data send resulting from Instrument operation
Data Receiver
Data Sender
 IPS
Operation
Data Transfer
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Part V
Parameter List
How to Read the Tables
Number Base Notation
“Size” indicates the parameter value bit width as a decimal value.
The bit field position of “Block” as a decimal value.
Values used in the explanations under “Description” are all decimal values, unless specified otherwise.
Values other than those described above are all hexadecimal.
R/W field
The R/W field indicates whether an IPR (Individual Parameter Request) read operation or IPS (Individual Parameter Send)
write operation is enabled.
18
System Parameters
These parameters make it possible for an external device to check the status of this Instrument and for an external device
to command some operation of this Instrument.
18.1
System Information Parameter
This parameter is a container for system information.
Parameter
Model
ID
R/W
Block
0000
R
000000
Size Array
7
Min-Def-Max Description
01
00-00-7F
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0...PX-130
1...PX-330
2...PX-730/PX-7
3...PX-830
4...reserved
5...AP-220
6...AP-420
7...AP-620/AP-6
8...PX-3
19
Setup Parameter
Setup Parameters put a device into the setup mode.
19.1
Panel Parameter
Parameter
Registration
Number For Midi
ID
R/W
Block
0024 R/W 000000
Size Array
8
Min-Def-Max Description
01
00-00-FF
0...Bank1 Registration1
1...Bank1 Registration2
:
8...Bank2 Registration1
9...Bank2 Registration2
:
63...Bank8 Registration8
(Note1)
Note 1:
Operation is not guaranteed for values of 64 (40H) or greater.
19.2
MIDI Parameter
Parameter
Midi Device Id
20
ID
R/W
Block
006D R/W 000000
Size Array
7
Min-Def-Max Description
01
00-7F-7F
0-127
Patch Parameters
The main function of patch parameters is to configure the settings of the sound source of a device.
20.1
Master Tune Parameters
These parameters configure the Master Tuning Settings.
Parameter
Master Fine Tune8
Master Coarse Tune
Stretch Tune Enable
20.2
ID
R/W
Block
0001 R/W 000000
0002 R/W

0003 R/W

Size Array Min-Def-Max Description
8
7
1
01
01
01
00-80-FF
00-40-7F
00-01-01
–100 - 0 - +99(cent)
–24 - 0 - +24(semitone)
0...Disable
1...Enable
Master Mixer Parameters
These parameters configure the Master settings of the mixer.
Parameter
Master Volume
Master Pan
Acou Reso To Chorus
Acou Reso To Reverb
Acou Reso Return
Chorus To Reverb
Chorus Return
Reverb Return
Dsp Cancel
ID
0012
0013
0016
0018
0019
001D
001E
0025
0028
R/W
Block
R/W 000000
R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W


R/W

R/W
Size Array Min-Def-Max Description
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
1
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01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
00-7F-7F
00-40-7F
00-00-7F
00-00-7F
00-40-7F
00-00-7F
00-40-7F
00-40-7F
00-00-01
0-127
–64 - 0 - +63
0-127
0-127
0-127
0-127
0-127
0-127
0...Normal
1...Cancel
20.3
System Chorus Parameter
Parameter
ID
R/W
Block
Cancel
0050 R/W 000000
Type
Rate
Depth
Feedback
Tone
0051
0052
0053
0054
0055
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Size Array





Min-Def-Max Description
1
01
00-00-01
7
7
7
7
7
01
01
01
01
01
00-02-0F
00-0B-7F
00-21-7F
00-00-7F
00-4B-7F
0...Normal
1...Cancel
1-16 (Note1)
0-127
0-127
0-127
0-127
Note 1:
Selects the System Chorus preset type. Receipt of GM/GS Reset selects Chorus3. The value of this type is also linked to
System Chorus parameters, and to the Chorus Send to Reverb and System Chorus Return Level parameters, and its setting
causes these parameters to change to prescribed values. For details about the preset type list, see “27.10 Chorus Type Setting
Value Table”.
20.4
System Reverb Parameters
Parameter
ID
R/W
Block
Cancel
0080 R/W 000000
Type
Feedback
Er Level
Damp
Tone
0081
0082
0083
0084
0085
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W





Size Array
Min-Def-Max Description
1
01
00-00-01
7
7
7
7
7
01
01
01
01
01
00-04-0F
00-40-7F
00-40-7F
00-67-7F
00-65-7F
0...Normal
1...Cancel
1-16 (Note1)
0-127
0-127
0-127
0-127
Note 1:
Selects the System Reverb preset type. Receipt of GM/GS Reset selects Hall2. This is the value of this Type is also linked
to each of the System Reverb parameters and to the System Reverb Return Level parameter, and changes them to prescribed
values. For details about the preset type list, see “27.9 Reverb Type Setting Value Table”.
20.5
System Acoustic Resonance Parameters
Parameter
ID
R/W
Block
Cancel
0030 R/W 000000
Tuning
Damper Pedal
Wet Level Max
Low Boost Freq
Low Boost Level
High Cut Freq
0031
0032
003B
003C
003D
003E
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W






Size Array
Min-Def-Max
1
01
00-00-01
7
7
16
16
16
16
01
01
01
01
01
01
00-40-7F
00-00-7F
0000-0800-7FFF
0000-0A00-4000
0000-7FFF-7FFF
0000-2F00-7FFF
Description
0...Normal
1...Cancel
–100 - 0 - +99(cent) (Note1)
0-127 (Note2)
0x0000-0x7FFF (Note3)
0x0000-0x4000
0x0000-0x7FFF
0x0000-0x7FFF
Note 1:
Changing this parameter configures the Tuning setting of System Acoustic Resonance. When this Instrument’s Master Fine
Tune8 setting is changed, this parameter is reset to the Master Fine Tune8 value.
Note 2:
Changing this parameter performs a Damper Pedal operation on System Acoustic Resonance. When the damper pedal of
the part being used by System Acoustic Resonance is operated, this parameter is reset to the depth of the damper pedal
operation.
Note 3:
The value is set when the damper pedal is completely depressed.
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20.6
Master Equalizer Parameter
Parameter
ID
Low Freq
Low Gain
Mid1 Freq
Mid1 Gain
Mid2 Freq
Mid2 Gain
Mid6 Gain
High Freq
High Gain
00A1
00A2
00A3
00A4
00A5
00A6
00AE
00AF
00B0
R/W
Block
Size Array
R/W 000000
R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Min-Def-Max
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
Description
00-00-02
00-0C-18
00-04-07
00-0C-18
00-04-07
00-0C-18
00-0C-18
00-02-02
00-0C-18
0-2 (Note1)
-12 - 0 - +12 (Note2)
0-7 (Low-Mid) (Note3)
-12 - 0 - +12 (Low-Mid) (Note2)
0-7 (High-Mid) (Note3)
-12 - 0 - +12 (High-Mid) (Note2)
-12 - 0 - +12 (Brilliance) (Note2)
0-2 (Note4)
-12 - 0 - +12 (Note2)
Note 1:
Selects the Master EQ low-range cutoff frequency. See “27.11 Equalizer Low Frequency Setting Value Table”.
Note 2:
Selects the Master EQ gain. See “27.14 Equalizer Gain Setting Value Table”.
Note 3:
Selects the Master EQ mid frequency. See “27.12 Equalizer Mid Frequency Setting Value Table”.
Note 4:
Selects the Master EQ high-range cutoff frequency. See “27.13 Equalizer High Frequency Setting Value Table”.
20.7
Part Parameters
Parameter
ID
R/W
Part Enable
00E0 R/W
Tone Num
Fine Tune
Coarse Tune
ScaleTuneEnable
00E1
00E2
00E3
00E4
Volume
Acmp Volume
Pan
Cho Send
Rev Send
Acou Reso Send
Bend Range
00E5
00E6
00E7
00E8
00E9
00EA
00EC
Block
Size Array
1
01
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
20-6: 0
5-0: Part #




14
7
7
1
01
01
01
01
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W







7
7
7
7
7
7
7
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
40
Min-Def-Max
Description
0...Off
1...On
0000-0000-3FFF 0-16383
00-40-7F
–100 - 0 - +99(cent)
28-40-58
–24 - 0 - +24(semitone)
00-00-01
0...Disable
1...Enable
00-64-7F
0-127
00-7F-7F
0-127
00-40-7F
–64 - 0 - +63
00-00-7F
0-127
00-28-7F
0-127
00-00-7F
0-127
00-02-18
0-24
00-01-01
20.8
Part Registration Parameter
Parameters that have the same names as Part Parameters have the same functions as well.
Parameter
Tone Num
Internal External
Select
ID
R/W
Block
20-6: 0
5-0: Part #

0102 R/W
0100 R/W
Size
Array
14
01
Min-Def-Max
2
01
00-03-03
Description
0000-0000-3FFF 0-16383
Volume
Pan
Octave Shift
Midi Channel
Bank Msb
Bank Lsb
Program Change
Dsp Type
0103
0104
0105
0106
0107
0108
0109
010A
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W








7
7
7
4
7
7
7
8
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
00-7F-7F
00-40-7F
3E-40-42
00-00-0F
00-00-7F
00-00-7F
00-00-7F
00-40-40
Dsp Parameters
Dsp Reverb Send
Dsp Chorus Send
Coarse Tune
Fine Tune
Portamento Onoff
010B
010C
010D
010E
010F
0110
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W






7
7
7
7
8
1
10
01
01
01
01
01
00-00-7F
00-28-7F
00-00-7F
34-40-4C
1D-80-E3
00-00-01
Portamento Time
Attack
Release
Filter
Touch Sense
Vibrato Rate
Vibrato Depth
Vibrato Delay
Vibrato Waveform
0111
0112
0113
0114
0115
0116
0117
0118
0119
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W









7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
3
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
00-00-7F
00-40-7F
00-40-7F
00-40-7F
00-7F-7F
00-40-7F
00-40-7F
00-40-7F
00-00-07
Rev Send
Cho Send
Acou Reso Send
Dsp Onoff
011A
011B
011C
011D
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W




7
7
7
1
01
01
01
01
00-28-7F
00-00-7F
00-00-7F
00-01-01
Pedal Onoff
011E R/W

1
01
00-01-01
Bender Onoff
011F R/W

1
01
00-01-01
Assign1 Onoff
0120 R/W

1
01
00-01-01
Assign2 Onoff
0121 R/W

1
01
00-01-01
00(0)...Both Off
01(1)...External Only
10(2)...Internal Only
11(3)...Both On (Note1)
0-127
-64 - 0 - +63
-2 - 0 - +2
1-16 (Note1)
0-127
0-127
0-127
0....DSP# 1
:
63...DSP# 64
64...Default DSP of
Tone (Note2)
0-127
0-127
0-127
-12 - 0 - +12
-99 - 0 - +99
0...Off
1...On
0-127
-64 - 0 - +63
-64 - 0 - +63
-64 - 0 - +63
-64 - 0 - +63
-64 - 0 - +63
-64 - 0 - +63
-64 - 0 - +63
0...Original
1...Sin
2...Tri
3...Saw Up
4...Saw Down
5...Puls 1:3
6...Puls 2:2
7...Puls 3:1
0-127
0-127
0-127
0...Off
1...On
0...Off
1...On
0...Off
1...On
0...Off
1...On
0...Off
1...On
Note 1:
Does not apply to Group C (C01 through C16) parts.
Note 2:
DSP types correspond to DSP numbers. For information about the relationship between DSP numbers and DSP algorithms,
see the Instrument’s User’s Guide. The DSP Type 64 algorithm is the one applied to the current tone, and it is equivalent
to this Instrument’s DSP type “ton” setting (initial default setting for each tone). For information about DSP algorithm
applied to each tone, see the Instrument’s User’s Guide.
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21
Tone Parameters
21.1
Basic Parameters
Parameter
ID
R/W
Block
Size Array
Name
Timbre Type
0000
0001
R/W
R/W
000000

7
4
10
01
Timbre Num
Oct Shift
Line Select
0002
0003
0004
R/W
R/W
R/W



14
3
1
01
01
01
Level
Touch Sens
Sys Fx Send Override
0005
0006
0007
R/W
R/W
R/W



7
7
1
01
01
01
Cho Normal Send
Rev Send
Acou Reso Send
0008
000A
000B
R/W
R/W
R/W



7
7
7
01
01
01
Min-Def-Max
Description
Ascii Character
0...Melody
1...Piano
2...Drum
3...reserved
4...LM Piano
0000-0000-3FFF 0-16383
02-04-06
–2 - 0 - +2
00-00-01
0...Direct
1...DSP
00-7F-7F
0-127
00-7F-7F
–64 - 0 - +63
00-00-01
0...No (Note1)
1...Yes
00-00-7F
0-127
00-28-7F
0-127
00-00-7F
0-127
00-20-7F
00-00-0F
Note 1:
When a tone is selected whose Sys Fx Send Override parameter setting is “Yes”, the send level setting value to the
System Chorus, System Reverb, and System Acoustic Resonance of the part assigned to this tone is rewritten to the value
that is stored by this tone.
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21.2
LFO Parameters
Parameter
ID
R/W
Block
Vib Wave
000D
R/W 000000
Vib Rate
Vib Auto Delay
Vib Auto Rise
Vib Auto Depth
Vib Mod Depth
Vib After Depth
Lfo Wave
000E
000F
0010
0011
0012
0013
0014
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Lfo Rate
Lfo Fil Auto Delay
Lfo Fil Auto Rise
Lfo Fil Auto Depth
Lfo Fil Mod Depth
Lfo Fil After Depth
Lfo Amp Auto Delay
Lfo Amp Auto Rise
Lfo Amp Auto Depth
Lfo Amp Mod Depth
Lfo Amp After Depth
0015
0016
0017
0018
0019
001A
001B
001C
001D
001E
001F
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Size Array Min-Def-Max Description
4
01
00-00-0F







7
7
7
7
7
7
4
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
00-40-7F
00-40-7F
00-40-7F
00-40-7F
00-40-7F
00-40-7F
00-00-0F











7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
00-40-7F
00-40-7F
00-40-7F
00-40-7F
00-40-7F
00-40-7F
00-40-7F
00-40-7F
00-40-7F
00-40-7F
00-40-7F
0...Sin
1...Tri
2...Saw Up
3...Saw Down
4...Pulse 1:3
5...Pulse 2:2
6...Pulse 3:1
15...Depends on original
–64 - 0 - +63 (Note1)
–64 - 0 - +63 (Note1)
–64 - 0 - +63 (Note1)
–64 - 0 - +63 (Note1)
–64 - 0 - +63 (Note1)
–64 - 0 - +63 (Note1)
0...Sin
1...Tri
2...Saw Up
3...Saw Down
4...Pulse 1:3
5...Pulse 2:2
6...Pulse 3:1
15...Depends on original
–64 - 0 - +63 (Note1)
–64 - 0 - +63 (Note1)
–64 - 0 - +63 (Note1)
–64 - 0 - +63 (Note1)
–64 - 0 - +63 (Note1)
–64 - 0 - +63 (Note1)
–64 - 0 - +63 (Note1)
–64 - 0 - +63 (Note1)
–64 - 0 - +63 (Note1)
–64 - 0 - +63 (Note1)
–64 - 0 - +63 (Note1)
Note 1:
The function of this parameter is to relatively change the original setting value of the tone. The parameter is set to the
maximum value when the maximum is exceeded, and to the minimum when the minimum is exceeded.
21.3
DSP Parameters
Parameter
ID
R/W
Name
Algorithm
002D R/W
002E R/W
Cho Normal Send
Rev Send
Acou Reso Send
Parameter7
002F
0031
0032
0034
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Block
Size Array
000000

7
14
10
01




7
7
7
7
01
01
01
20
Min-Def-Max
Description
Ascii Character
00-20-7F
0000-0000-3FFF Serial Number
(Note1)
00-00-7F
0-127
00-28-7F
0-127
00-00-7F
0-127
00-40-7F
0-127
Note 1:
This value is the DSP algorithm ID, which cannot be changed directly at the user level. Changing the DSP Type or Tone
Number causes the algorithm ID of the original DSP to be copied automatically to this area. See “25 DSP Algorithm ID
Tables”.
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22
Scale Tune
Parameter
ID
R/W
Block
Size Array
Min-Def-Max
Note
0000 R/W
000000
8
0C
00-80-FF
A Key Mode
0001 R/W

1
01
00-00-01
23
Description
–128 - 0 - 127
Array : Note
0....C
1....C#
2....D
3....D#
4....E
5....F
6....F#
7....G
8....G#
9....A
10...A#
11...B
0...Relative
1...Absolute
Registration Parameter
Registration parameters are this Instrument’s registration setting data.
23.1
Assignable Button 1 Parameter
Parameter
ID
R/W
Block
Type
002D R/W 000000
Modulation Depth (Sw Off)
Modulation Depth (Sw Off)
CC Number
CC Channel
CC Value (Sw Off)
CC Value (Sw On)
002E
002F
0030
0031
0032
0033
23.2
Size Array Min-Def-Max Description






R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
2
01
00-00-02
7
7
7
4
7
7
01
01
01
01
01
01
00-00-7F
00-7F-7F
00-00-7F
00-00-0F
00-00-7F
00-00-7F
0...Modulation
1...Portamento
2...Control Change
0-127
0-127
0-127
1-16
0-127
0-127
Assignable Button 2 Parameter
Parameter
ID
R/W
Block
Size
Array
Min-Def-Max
Type
0034
R/W
000000
2
01
00-00-03
Dsp Bypass Zone
0035
R/W

2
01
00-00-03
CC
CC
CC
CC
0036
0037
0038
0039
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W




7
4
7
7
01
01
01
01
00-00-7F
00-00-0F
00-00-7F
00-00-7F
Number
Channel
Value (Sw Off)
Value (Sw On)
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Description
0...Rotary
1...Portamento
2...DSP Bypass
3...Control Change
0...Upper1
1...Upper2
2...Lower1
3...Lower2
0-127
1-16
0-127
0-127
23.3
Common Parameter
Parameter
ID
R/W
Block
Layer Onoff
0022
R/W 000000
Split Onoff
0023
R/W
Split Point
0024
Reverb Onoff
Size Array Min-Def-Max Description
1
01
00-00-01

1
01
00-00-01
R/W

7
01
15-30-6C
0025
R/W

1
01
00-00-01
Reverb Type
0026
R/W

2
01
00-00-03
Chorus Onoff
0027
R/W

1
01
00-00-01
Chorus Type
0028
R/W

2
01
00-00-03
Transpose
Bend Range
Brilliance
Touch Curve
Temperament Type
Temperament Root
0029
002A
002B
002C
0043
0044
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W






7
4
7
2
5
4
01
01
01
01
01
01
34-40-4C
00-02-0C
3D-40-43
00-02-03
00-00-10
00-00-0B
Stretch Tune Onoff
0045
R/W

1
01
00-01-01
Acoustic Resonance Onoff
0046
R/W

1
01
00-01-01
Half Damper Depth
Pedal Assign
0047
0048
R/W
R/W


6
2
01
01
00-18-2A
00-00-01
45
0...Off
1...On
0...Off
1...On
21....A0
22....Bb0
:
107...B7
108...C8
0...Off
1...On
0...Room
1...Hall
2...Large Hall
3...Stadium
0...Off
1...On
0...Light Chorus
1...Chorus
2...Deep Chorus
3...Flanger
-12 - 0 - +12
0-12
-3 - 0 - +3
Off(0), 1, 2, 3
0-16
0....C
1....C#
2....D
3....D#
4....E
5....F
6....F#
7....G
8....G#
9....A
10...A#
11...B
0...Off
1...On
0...Off
1...On
0-42
0...Soft
1...Sostenuto
23.4
Equalizer Parameter
This is a registration parameter whose operation is basically the same as the Master Equalizer Parameter.
Parameter
ID
Equalizer Low Gain
Equalizer Lowmid Gain
Equalizer Highmid Gain
Equalizer High Gain
Equalizer Low Frequency
Equalizer Lowmid Frequency
Equalizer Highmid Frequency
Equalizer High Frequency
Equalizer Onoff
003A
003B
003C
003D
003E
003F
0040
0041
0042
R/W Block Size Array Min-Def-Max Description
R/W 000000

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W
7
7
7
5
3
3
3
3
1
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
34-40-4C
34-40-4C
34-40-4C
34-40-4C
00-00-02
00-00-07
00-04-07
00-02-02
00-01-01
-12 - 0 - +12 (Note1)
-12 - 0 - +12 (Note1)
-12 - 0 - +12 (Note1)
-12 - 0 - +12 (Note1)
0-2 (Note2)
0-7 (Note3)
0-7 (Note3)
0-2 (Note4)
0...Off
1...On
Note 1:
See “27.14 Equalizer Gain Setting Value Table”.
Note 2:
See “27.11 Equalizer Low Frequency Setting Value Table”.
Note 3:
See “27.12 Equalizer Mid Frequency Setting Value Table”.
Note 4:
See “27.13 Equalizer High Frequency Setting Value Table”.
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Registration Bank Parameter
24.1
Bank Common
Parameter
Name
ID
R/W
Block
Size
Array
Min-Def-Max
0000
R/W
2-0: Bank #
8
0C
00-20-FF
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Description
Ascii Character
Part VI
DSP Parameter List
25
DSP Algorithm ID Tables
The lists in this section show the DSP algorithms that are built into this Instrument.
25.1
Number
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
M01
M02
M03
M04
M05
M06
M07
M08
M09
M10
M11
M12
M13
M14
M15
M16
M17
M18
M19
M20
M21
M22
M23
M24
M25
M26
Stereo Tone DSP
ID
2001
2002
2003
2004
2006
2007
200B
200C
200D
2010
2011
2019
201A
201B
201C
201D
201E
2013
2014
2015
2016
201F
2020
2021
2022
2023
2024
2025
2026
2027
2028
2029
202A
202B
202C
202D
202E
202F
2030
2031
2032
2033
2034
Algorithm
Equalizer
Compressor
Limiter
Enhancer
Chorus
Tremolo
Early Reflection
Rotary
Drive Rotary
3-Phase Chorus
Auto Pan
Stereo Phaser
Phaser
Distortion
Auto Wah
LFO Wah
Flanger
Multi01(Enhancer - Chorus)
Multi02(Chorus - Tremolo)
Multi03(Compressor Enhancer)
Multi04(Compressor - Chorus)
Multi05(Phaser - Chorus)
Multi06(Phaser - Auto Pan)
Multi07(Chorus - Flanger)
Multi08(Auto Wah - Phaser)
Multi09(Distortion - Phaser)
Multi10(Distortion - Chorus)
Multi11(Compressor - Auto Wah)
Multi12(Compressor - LFO Wah)
Multi13(Distortion - Auto Pan)
Multi14(Distortion - Tremolo)
Multi15(Compressor - Auto Pan)
Multi16(Compressor - Tremolo)
Multi17(Compressor - Phaser)
Multi18(Phaser - Distortion)
Multi19(Phaser - Chorus - Auto) Pan
Multi20(LFO Wah - Chorus)
Multi21(Auto Wah - Chorus)
Multi22(Compressor - Distortion - Chorus)
Multi23(LFO Wah - Distortion - Chorus)
Multi24(Auto Wah - Distortion - Chorus)
Multi25(Compressor - Distortion - Auto Pan)
Multi26(Compressor - Distortion - Tremolo)
Input
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Stereo
Stereo
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Stereo
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Mix
Stereo
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
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Output
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Parameter Set Type
Equalizer
Compressor
Limiter
Enhancer
Chorus
Tremolo/Auto Pan
Early Reflection
Rotary
Drive Rotary
3-Phase Chorus
Tremolo/Auto Pan
Stereo Phaser/Phaser
Stereo Phaser/Phaser
Distortion
Auto Wah
LFO Wah
Flanger
Multi01(Enhancer - Chorus)
Multi02(Chorus - Tremolo)
Multi03(Compressor Enhancer)
Multi04(Compressor - Chorus)
Multi05(Phaser - Chorus)
Multi06(Phaser - Auto Pan)
Multi07(Chorus - Flanger)
Multi08(Auto Wah - Phaser)
Multi09(Distortion - Phaser)
Multi10(Distortion - Chorus)
Multi11(Compressor - Auto Wah)
Multi12(Compressor - LFO Wah)
Multi13(Distortion - Auto Pan)
Multi14(Distortion - Tremolo)
Multi15(Compressor - Auto Pan)
Multi16(Compressor - Tremolo)
Multi17(Compressor - Phaser)
Multi18(Phaser - Distortion)
Multi19(Phaser - Chorus - Auto)
Multi20(LFO Wah - Chorus)
Multi21(Auto Wah - Chorus)
Multi22(Compressor - Distortion - Chorus)
Multi23(LFO Wah - Distortion - Chorus)
Multi24(Auto Wah - Distortion - Chorus)
Multi25(Compressor - Distortion - Auto Pan)
Multi26(Compressor - Distortion - Tremolo)
26
DSP Parameter Set Types
This section describes the DSP parameter combination patterns of each algorithm specified in the “Parameter Set Type”
column of “25 DSP Algorithm ID Tables”.
Note:
The characteristics of a DSP are different depending on the tone, even if the same algorithm is used. Because of this, the
same algorithm may not produce the same effect for different tones.
26.1
Equalizer
Parameter Number
Parameter7[00]
Parameter Name
Value
Notes
EQ1 Freq
00 - 07
Note1
Parameter7[01]
EQ1 Gain
34 - 4C
Note2
Parameter7[02]
EQ2 Freq
00 - 07
Note1
Parameter7[03]
EQ2 Gain
34 - 4C
Note2
Parameter7[04]
EQ3 Freq
00 - 07
Note1
Parameter7[05]
EQ3 Gain
34 - 4C
Note2
Note 1: See “27.12 Equalizer Mid Frequency Setting Value Table”.
Note 2: See “27.15 DSP Equalizer Gain Setting Value Table”.
26.2
Compressor
Parameter Number
Parameter Name
Value
Parameter7[00]
Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
Attack
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
Release
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
Level
00 - 7F
Parameter Name
Value
Limit
00 - 7F
26.3
Limiter
Parameter Number
Parameter7[00]
Parameter7[01]
Attack
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
Release
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
Level
00 - 7F
26.4
Notes
Notes
Enhancer
Parameter Number
Parameter Name
Value
Parameter7[00]
Low Freq
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
Low Gain
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
High Freq
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
High Gain
00 - 7F
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Notes
26.5
Chorus
Parameter Number
Parameter7[00]
Parameter Name
Value
Rate
00 - 7F
Notes
Parameter7[01]
Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
Feedback
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
Wet Level
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
Polarity
00 - 7F
Note2
Value
Notes
Note1
Note 1: See “27.6 –64 - 0 +63 Setting Value Table”.
Note 2: See “27.2 –/+ Setting Value Table”.
26.6
Tremolo
Parameter Number
Parameter Name
Parameter7[00]
Rate
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
Depth
00 - 7F
26.7
Early Reflection
Parameter Number
Parameter Name
Value
Parameter7[00]
Wet Level
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
Feedback
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
Tone
00 - 7F
26.8
Notes
Rotary
Parameter Number
Parameter Name
Value
Notes
Parameter7[00]
Speed
00 - 7F
Note1
Parameter7[01]
Brake
00 - 7F
Note2
Parameter7[02]
Fall Accel
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
Rise Accel
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
Slow Rate
00 - 7F
Parameter7[05]
Fast Rate
00 - 7F
Note 1: See “27.3 Slow/Fast Setting Value Table”.
Note 2: See “27.4 Rotate/Brake Setting Value Table”.
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26.9
Drive Rotary
Parameter Number
Parameter Name
Value
Parameter7[00]
Overdrive Gain
00 - 7F
Notes
Parameter7[01]
Overdrive Level
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
Speed
00 - 7F
Note1
Parameter7[03]
Brake
00 - 7F
Note2
Parameter7[04]
Fall Accel
00 - 7F
Parameter7[05]
Rise Accel
00 - 7F
Parameter7[06]
Slow Rate
00 - 7F
Parameter7[07]
Fast Rate
00 - 7F
Note 1: See “27.3 Slow/Fast Setting Value Table”.
Note 2: See “27.4 Rotate/Brake Setting Value Table”.
26.10
3-Phase Chorus
Parameter Number
Parameter7[00]
Parameter Name
Value
Rate 1
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
Depth 1
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
Rate 2
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
Depth 2
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
Wet Level
00 - 7F
Parameter Name
Value
Parameter7[00]
Rate
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
Depth
00 - 7F
26.11
Auto Pan
Parameter Number
26.12
Notes
Notes
Stereo Phaser
Parameter Number
Parameter Name
Value
Parameter7[00]
Resonance
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
Manual
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
Rate
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
Wet Level
00 - 7F
Note 1: See “27.6 –64 - 0 +63 Setting Value Table”.
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Notes
Note1
26.13
Phaser
Parameter Number
Parameter7[00]
Parameter Name
Value
Resonance
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
Manual
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
Rate
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
Wet Level
00 - 7F
Notes
Note1
Note 1: See “27.6 –64 - 0 +63 Setting Value Table”.
26.14
Distortion
Parameter Number
Parameter Name
Value
Parameter7[00]
Gain
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
Low
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
High
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
Level
00 - 7F
Parameter Name
Value
Input Lvl
00 - 7F
26.15
Notes
Auto Wah
Parameter Number
Parameter7[00]
Notes
Parameter7[01]
Resonance
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
Manual
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
Depth
00 - 7F
Note1
Value
Notes
Note 1: See “27.6 –64 - 0 +63 Setting Value Table”.
26.16
LFO Wah
Parameter Number
Parameter Name
Parameter7[00]
Input Lvl
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
Resonance
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
Manual
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
Rate
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter Name
Value
Rate
00 - 7F
26.17
Flanger
Parameter Number
Parameter7[00]
Parameter7[01]
Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
Feedback
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
Wet Level
00 - 7F
Note 1: See “27.6 –64 - 0 +63 Setting Value Table”.
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Notes
Note1
26.18
Multi01 (Enhancer - Chorus)
Parameter Number
Parameter7[00]
Parameter Name
Value
EnLowFreq
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
EnLowGain
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
En HiFreq
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
En HiGain
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
Cho Rate
00 - 7F
Parameter7[05]
Cho Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[06]
Chorus FB
00 - 7F
Parameter7[07]
ChoWetLvl
00 - 7F
Notes
Note1
Note 1: See “27.6 –64 - 0 +63 Setting Value Table”.
26.19
Multi02 (Chorus - Tremolo)
Parameter Number
Parameter Name
Value
Parameter7[00]
Cho Rate
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
Cho Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
Chorus FB
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
ChoWetLvl
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
Trem Rate
00 - 7F
Parameter7[05]
TremDepth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[06]
ChoPolari
00 - 7F
Notes
Note1
Note2
Note 1: See “27.6 –64 - 0 +63 Setting Value Table”.
Note 2: See “27.2 –/+ Setting Value Table”.
26.20
Multi03 (Compressor - Enhancer)
Parameter Number
Parameter7[00]
Parameter Name
Value
Cmp Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
CmpAttack
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
Cmp Reles
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
Cmp Level
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
EnLowFreq
00 - 7F
Parameter7[05]
EnLowGain
00 - 7F
Parameter7[06]
En HiFreq
00 - 7F
Parameter7[07]
En HiGain
00 - 7F
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Notes
26.21
Multi04 (Compressor - Chorus)
Parameter Number
Parameter7[00]
Parameter Name
Value
Cmp Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
CmpAttack
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
Cmp Reles
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
Cmp Level
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
Cho Rate
00 - 7F
Notes
Parameter7[05]
Cho Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[06]
Chorus FB
00 - 7F
Parameter7[07]
ChoWetLvl
00 - 7F
Parameter7[08]
Cho Polari
00 - 7F
Note2
Value
Notes
Note1
Note 1: See “27.6 –64 - 0 +63 Setting Value Table”.
Note 2: See “27.2 –/+ Setting Value Table”.
26.22
Multi05 (Phaser - Chorus)
Parameter Number
Parameter Name
Parameter7[00]
Pha Reso
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
PhaManual
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
Pha Rate
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
Pha Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
PhaWetLvl
00 - 7F
Parameter7[05]
Cho Rate
00 - 7F
Parameter7[06]
Cho Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[07]
Chorus FB
00 - 7F
Note1
Note1
Parameter7[08]
ChoWetLvl
00 - 7F
Parameter7[09]
Cho Polari
00 - 7F
Note2
Parameter7[10]
Pha Skip
00 - 7F
Note3
Note 1: See “27.6 –64 - 0 +63 Setting Value Table”.
Note 2: See “27.2 –/+ Setting Value Table”.
Note 3: See “27.1 Off/On Setting Value Table”.
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26.23
Multi06 (Phaser - Auto Pan)
Parameter Number
Parameter7[00]
Parameter Name
Value
Pha Reso
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
PhaManual
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
Pha Rate
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
Pha Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
PhaWetLvl
00 - 7F
Notes
Note1
Parameter7[05]
APan Rate
00 - 7F
Parameter7[06]
APanDepth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[07]
Pha Skip
00 - 7F
Note2
Parameter Name
Value
Notes
Cho Rate
00 - 7F
Note 1: See “27.6 –64 - 0 +63 Setting Value Table”.
Note 2: See “27.1 Off/On Setting Value Table”.
26.24
Multi07 (Chorus - Flanger)
Parameter Number
Parameter7[00]
Parameter7[01]
Cho Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
Chorus FB
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
ChoWetLvl
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
Fln Rate
00 - 7F
Note1
Parameter7[05]
Fln Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[06]
FlangerFB
00 - 7F
Parameter7[07]
FlnWetLvl
00 - 7F
Parameter7[08]
ChoPolari
00 - 7F
Note2
Parameter7[09]
FlnPolari
00 - 7F
Note2
Note 1: See “27.6 –64 - 0 +63 Setting Value Table”.
Note 2: See “27.2 –/+ Setting Value Table”.
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Note1
26.25
Multi08 (Auto Wah - Phaser)
Parameter Number
Parameter7[00]
Parameter Name
Value
AWh Input
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
AWh Reso
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
AWhManual
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
AWh Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
Pha Reso
00 - 7F
Notes
Note1
Parameter7[05]
PhaManual
00 - 7F
Parameter7[06]
Pha Rate
00 - 7F
Note1
Parameter7[07]
Pha Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[08]
PhaWetLvl
00 - 7F
Parameter7[09]
AWh Skip
00 - 7F
Note2
Notes
Note 1: See “27.6 –64 - 0 +63 Setting Value Table”.
Note 2: See “27.1 Off/On Setting Value Table”.
26.26
Multi09 (Distortion - Phaser)
Parameter Number
Parameter Name
Value
Parameter7[00]
Dist Gain
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
Dist Low
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
Dist High
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
DistLevel
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
Pha Reso
00 - 7F
Parameter7[05]
PhaManual
00 - 7F
Parameter7[06]
Pha Rate
00 - 7F
Parameter7[07]
Pha Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[08]
PhaWetLvl
00 - 7F
Parameter7[09]
Dist Skip
00 - 7F
Note 1: See “27.6 –64 - 0 +63 Setting Value Table”.
Note 2: See “27.1 Off/On Setting Value Table”.
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Note1
Note2
26.27
Multi10 (Distortion - Chorus)
Parameter Number
Parameter7[00]
Parameter Name
Value
Dist Gain
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
Dist Low
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
Dist High
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
DistLevel
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
Cho Rate
00 - 7F
Notes
Parameter7[05]
Cho Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[06]
Chorus FB
00 - 7F
Parameter7[07]
ChoWetLvl
00 - 7F
Parameter7[08]
Cho Polari
00 - 7F
Note2
Parameter7[09]
Dist Skip
00 - 7F
Note3
Note1
Note 1: See “27.6 –64 - 0 +63 Setting Value Table”.
Note 2: See “27.2 –/+ Setting Value Table”.
Note 3: See “27.1 Off/On Setting Value Table”.
26.28
Multi11 (Compressor - Auto Wah)
Parameter Number
Parameter Name
Value
Parameter7[00]
Cmp Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
CmpAttack
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
Cmp Reles
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
Cmp Level
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
AWh Input
00 - 7F
Parameter7[05]
AWh Reso
00 - 7F
Parameter7[06]
AWhManual
00 - 7F
Parameter7[07]
AWh Depth
00 - 7F
Notes
Note1
Parameter7[08]
AWh Skip
00 - 7F
Note2
Parameter7[09]
Routing
00 - 7F
Note3
Note 1: See “27.6 –64 - 0 +63 Setting Value Table”.
Note 2: See “27.1 Off/On Setting Value Table”.
Note 3: See “27.5 Routing Setting Value Table”.
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26.29
Multi12 (Compressor - LFO Wah)
Parameter Number
Parameter7[00]
Parameter Name
Value
Cmp Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
CmpAttack
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
Cmp Reles
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
Cmp Level
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
LWh Input
00 - 7F
Parameter7[05]
LWh Reso
00 - 7F
Parameter7[06]
LWhManual
00 - 7F
Parameter7[07]
LWh Rate
00 - 7F
Parameter7[08]
LWh Depth
00 - 7F
Notes
Parameter7[09]
LWh Skip
00 - 7F
Note1
Parameter7[10]
Routing
00 - 7F
Note2
Parameter Name
Value
Notes
Parameter7[00]
Dist Gain
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
Dist Low
00 - 7F
Note 1: See “27.1 Off/On Setting Value Table”.
Note 2: See “27.5 Routing Setting Value Table”.
26.30
Multi13 (Distortion - Auto Pan)
Parameter Number
Parameter7[02]
Dist High
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
DistLevel
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
APan Rate
00 - 7F
Parameter7[05]
APanDepth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[06]
Dist Skip
00 - 7F
Note1
Parameter7[07]
APan Skip
00 - 7F
Note1
Parameter Name
Value
Notes
Dist Gain
00 - 7F
Note 1: See “27.1 Off/On Setting Value Table”.
26.31
Multi14 (Distortion - Tremolo)
Parameter Number
Parameter7[00]
Parameter7[01]
Dist Low
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
Dist High
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
DistLevel
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
Trem Rate
00 - 7F
Parameter7[05]
TremDepth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[06]
Dist Skip
00 - 7F
Note1
Parameter7[07]
Trem Skip
00 - 7F
Note1
Note 1: See “27.1 Off/On Setting Value Table”.
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26.32
Multi15 (Compressor - Auto Pan)
Parameter Number
Parameter7[00]
Parameter Name
Value
Cmp Depth
00 - 7F
Notes
Parameter7[01]
CmpAttack
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
Cmp Reles
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
Cmp Level
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
APan Rate
00 - 7F
Parameter7[05]
APanDepth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[06]
APan Skip
00 - 7F
Note1
Parameter Name
Value
Notes
Cmp Depth
00 - 7F
Note 1: See “27.1 Off/On Setting Value Table”.
26.33
Multi16 (Compressor - Tremolo)
Parameter Number
Parameter7[00]
Parameter7[01]
CmpAttack
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
Cmp Reles
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
Cmp Level
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
Trem Rate
00 - 7F
Parameter7[05]
TremDepth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[06]
Trem Skip
00 - 7F
Note1
Parameter Name
Value
Notes
Cmp Depth
00 - 7F
Note 1: See “27.1 Off/On Setting Value Table”.
26.34
Multi17 (Compressor - Phaser)
Parameter Number
Parameter7[00]
Parameter7[01]
CmpAttack
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
Cmp Reles
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
Cmp Level
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
Pha Reso
00 - 7F
Parameter7[05]
PhaManual
00 - 7F
Parameter7[06]
Pha Rate
00 - 7F
Parameter7[07]
Pha Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[08]
PhaWetLvl
00 - 7F
Parameter7[09]
Pha Skip
00 - 7F
Note 1: See “27.6 –64 - 0 +63 Setting Value Table”.
Note 2: See “27.1 Off/On Setting Value Table”.
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Note1
Note2
26.35
Multi18 (Phaser - Distortion)
Parameter Number
Parameter7[00]
Parameter Name
Value
Pha Reso
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
PhaManual
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
Pha Rate
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
Pha Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
PhaWetLvl
00 - 7F
Parameter7[05]
Dist Gain
00 - 7F
Parameter7[06]
Dist Low
00 - 7F
Parameter7[07]
Dist High
00 - 7F
Parameter7[08]
DistLevel
00 - 7F
Parameter7[09]
Pha Skip
00 - 7F
Notes
Note1
Note2
Note 1: See “27.6 –64 - 0 +63 Setting Value Table”.
Note 2: See “27.1 Off/On Setting Value Table”.
26.36
Multi19 (Phaser - Chorus - Auto Pan)
Parameter Number
Parameter Name
Value
Parameter7[00]
Pha Reso
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
PhaManual
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
Pha Rate
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
Pha Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
PhaWetLvl
00 - 7F
Parameter7[05]
Cho Rate
00 - 7F
Parameter7[06]
Cho Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[07]
Chorus FB
00 - 7F
Parameter7[08]
ChoWetLvl
00 - 7F
Parameter7[09]
APan Rate
00 - 7F
Parameter7[10]
APanDepth
00 - 7F
Note 1: See “27.6 –64 - 0 +63 Setting Value Table”.
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Notes
Note1
Note1
26.37
Multi20 (LFO Wah - Chorus)
Parameter Number
Parameter7[00]
Parameter Name
Value
LWh Input
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
LWh Reso
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
LWhManual
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
LWh Rate
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
LWh Depth
00 - 7F
Notes
Parameter7[05]
Cho Rate
00 - 7F
Parameter7[06]
Cho Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[07]
Chorus FB
00 - 7F
Parameter7[08]
ChoWetLvl
00 - 7F
Parameter7[09]
ChoPolari
00 - 7F
Note2
Notes
Note1
Note 1: See “27.6 –64 - 0 +63 Setting Value Table”.
Note 2: See “27.2 –/+ Setting Value Table”.
26.38
Multi21 (Auto Wah - Chorus)
Parameter Number
Parameter Name
Value
Parameter7[00]
AWh Input
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
AWh Reso
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
AWhManual
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
AWh Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
Cho Rate
00 - 7F
Parameter7[05]
Cho Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[06]
Chorus FB
00 - 7F
Parameter7[07]
ChoWetLvl
00 - 7F
Parameter7[08]
ChoPolari
00 - 7F
Note 1: See “27.6 –64 - 0 +63 Setting Value Table”.
Note 2: See “27.2 –/+ Setting Value Table”.
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Note1
Note1
Note2
26.39
Multi22 (Compressor - Distortion - Chorus)
Parameter Number
Parameter7[00]
Parameter Name
Value
Cmp Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
CmpAttack
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
Cmp Reles
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
Cmp Level
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
Dist Gain
00 - 7F
Parameter7[05]
Dist Low
00 - 7F
Parameter7[06]
Dist High
00 - 7F
Parameter7[07]
DistLevel
00 - 7F
Parameter7[08]
Cho Rate
00 - 7F
Notes
Parameter7[09]
Cho Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[10]
Chorus FB
00 - 7F
Parameter7[11]
ChoWetLvl
00 - 7F
Parameter7[12]
Cho Polari
00 - 7F
Note2
Parameter7[13]
Dist Skip
00 - 7F
Note3
Note1
Note 1: See “27.6 –64 - 0 +63 Setting Value Table”.
Note 2: See “27.2 –/+ Setting Value Table”.
Note 3: See “27.1 Off/On Setting Value Table”.
26.40
Multi23 (LFO Wah - Distortion - Chorus)
Parameter Number
Parameter Name
Value
Parameter7[00]
LWh Input
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
LWh Reso
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
LWhManual
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
LWh Rate
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
LWh Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[05]
Dist Gain
00 - 7F
Parameter7[06]
Dist Low
00 - 7F
Parameter7[07]
Dist High
00 - 7F
Parameter7[08]
DistLevel
00 - 7F
Parameter7[09]
Cho Rate
00 - 7F
Notes
Parameter7[10]
Cho Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[11]
Chorus FB
00 - 7F
Parameter7[12]
ChoWetLvl
00 - 7F
Parameter7[13]
Cho Polari
00 - 7F
Note2
Parameter7[14]
Dist Skip
00 - 7F
Note3
Note 1: See “27.6 –64 - 0 +63 Setting Value Table”.
Note 2: See “27.2 –/+ Setting Value Table”.
Note 3: See “27.1 Off/On Setting Value Table”.
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Note1
26.41
Multi24 (Auto Wah - Distortion - Chorus)
Parameter Number
Parameter7[00]
Parameter Name
Value
AWh Input
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
AWh Reso
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
AWhManual
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
AWh Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
Dist Gain
00 - 7F
Parameter7[05]
Dist Low
00 - 7F
Parameter7[06]
Dist High
00 - 7F
Parameter7[07]
DistLevel
00 - 7F
Parameter7[08]
Cho Rate
00 - 7F
Notes
Note1
Parameter7[09]
Cho Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[10]
Chorus FB
00 - 7F
Parameter7[11]
ChoWetLvl
00 - 7F
Parameter7[12]
Cho Polari
00 - 7F
Note2
Parameter7[13]
Dist Skip
00 - 7F
Note3
Note1
Note 1: See “27.6 –64 - 0 +63 Setting Value Table”.
Note 2: See “27.2 –/+ Setting Value Table”.
Note 3: See “27.1 Off/On Setting Value Table”.
26.42
Multi25 (Compressor - Distortion - Auto Pan)
Parameter Number
Parameter Name
Value
Parameter7[00]
Cmp Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
CmpAttack
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
Cmp Reles
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
Cmp Level
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
Dist Gain
00 - 7F
Parameter7[05]
Dist Low
00 - 7F
Parameter7[06]
Dist High
00 - 7F
Parameter7[07]
DistLevel
00 - 7F
Notes
Parameter7[08]
APan Rate
00 - 7F
Parameter7[09]
APanDepth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[10]
Dist Skip
00 - 7F
Note1
Parameter7[11]
APan Skip
00 - 7F
Note1
Note 1: See “27.1 Off/On Setting Value Table”.
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26.43
Multi26 (Compressor - Distortion - Tremolo)
Parameter Number
Parameter7[00]
Parameter Name
Value
Cmp Depth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[01]
CmpAttack
00 - 7F
Parameter7[02]
Cmp Reles
00 - 7F
Parameter7[03]
Cmp Level
00 - 7F
Parameter7[04]
Dist Gain
00 - 7F
Parameter7[05]
Dist Low
00 - 7F
Parameter7[06]
Dist High
00 - 7F
Parameter7[07]
DistLevel
00 - 7F
Parameter7[08]
Trem Rate
00 - 7F
Notes
Parameter7[09]
TremDepth
00 - 7F
Parameter7[10]
Dist Skip
00 - 7F
Note1
Parameter7[11]
Trem Skip
00 - 7F
Note1
Note 1: See “27.1 Off/On Setting Value Table”.
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Part VII
27.6
Setting Values and Send/
Receive Values
27
27.1
–64 - 0 - +63 Setting Value Table
Transmit/Receive Value
Parameter
00H
–64
01H
–63
:
:
40H
0
:
:
7EH
+62
7FH
+63
Setting Value Tables
Off/On Setting Value Table
27.7
–100 - 0 - +99 Setting Value Table
Transmit Value
Receive Value
Parameter
00H
00H - 3FH
Off
Transmit/Receive Value
7FH
40H - 7FH
On
(MSB-LSB)
27.2
–/+ Setting Value Table
Transmit Value
Receive Value
Parameter
00H
00H - 3FH
-
7FH
40H - 7FH
+
27.3
Transmit Value
Receive Value
Parameter
00H
00H - 3FH
Slow
7FH
40H - 7FH
Fast
27.4
Rotate/Brake Setting Value Table
Transmit Value
Receive Value
Parameter
00H
00H - 3FH
Rotate
7FH
40H - 7FH
Brake
27.5
27.8
Slow/Fast Setting Value Table
Routing Setting Value Table
Transmit Value
Receive Value
Parameter
00H
00H - 3FH
Comp-Wah
7FH
40H - 7FH
Wah-Comp
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Parameter
00H - 00H
–100
:
:
40H - 00H
0
:
:
7FH - 7FH
+99
Pan Setting Value Table
Transmit/Receive Value
Parameter
00H
Left
:
:
40H
Center
:
:
7FH
Right
27.9
Reverb Type Setting Value Table
Transmit /
Receive Value
Parameter
00H
Room1
01H
Room2
02H
Room3
-
03H
Hall1
Large Hall
04H
Hall2
Hall
05H
Plate1
-
06H
Delay
-
07H
Panning Delay
-
08H
Plate2
-
09H
Plate3
-
0AH
Large Room1
-
0BH
Large Room2
-
0CH
Stadium1
Stadium
0DH
Stadium2
-
0EH
Long Delay
-
0FH
Long Panning Delay
-
27.10
27.11
Display
Equalizer Low Frequency Setting
Value Table
Parameter Value
Frequency
-
00H
200Hz
Room
01H
400Hz
02H
800Hz
27.12
Parameter Value
Frequency
00H
1.0KHz
01H
1.3KHz
02H
1.6KHz
03H
2.0KHz
04H
2.5KHz
05H
3.2KHz
06H
4.0KHz
07H
5.0KHz
27.13
Chorus Type Setting Value Table
Equalizer Mid Frequency Setting
Value Table
Equalizer High Frequency Setting
Value Table
Transmit /
Receive Value
Parameter
Display
Parameter Value
Frequency
00H
Chorus1
LightChorus
00H
6.0KHz
01H
Chorus2
-
01H
8.0KHz
02H
10.0KHz
02H
Chorus3
Chorus
03H
Chorus4
-
04H
Feedback Chorus
-
05H
Flanger1
-
06H
Short Delay
-
07H
Short Delay FB
-
08H
Soft Chorus
-
09H
Bright Chorus
-
0AH
Deep Chorus
Deep Chorus
0BH
Flanger2
Flanger
0CH
Flanger3
-
0DH
Flanger4
-
0EH
Short Delay
Modulation
-
0FH
Short Delay
Modulation FB
-
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27.14
Equalizer Gain Setting Value
Table
27.15
DSP Equalizer Gain Setting Value
Table
Parameter Value
Gain
Parameter Value
Gain
00H
–12
34H
–12
01H
–11
35H
–11
02H
–10
36H
–10
03H
–9
37H
–9
04H
–8
38H
–8
05H
–7
39H
–7
06H
–6
3AH
–6
07H
–5
3BH
–5
08H
–4
3CH
–4
09H
–3
3DH
–3
0AH
–2
3EH
–2
0BH
–1
3FH
–1
0CH
0
40H
0
0DH
+1
41H
+1
0EH
+2
42H
+2
0FH
+3
43H
+3
10H
+4
44H
+4
11H
+5
45H
+5
12H
+6
46H
+6
13H
+7
47H
+7
14H
+8
48H
+8
15H
+9
49H
+9
16H
+10
4AH
+10
17H
+11
4BH
+11
18H
+12
4CH
+12
Note:
The gain value does not exactly correspond to decibels (dB).
Note:
The gain value does not exactly correspond to decibels (dB).
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Part VIII
28.2
MIDI Implementation
Notation
When a MIDI implementation data value is expressed in
binary, the letter “B” (for “binary”) is affixed at the end of
the value. The table below shows the binary equivalents for
the decimal values 0 through 127, which are often used for
settings.
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28.1
Value Notation
Hexadecimal Notation
MIDI implementation sometimes requires that data be
expressed in hexadecimal format. Hexadecimal values are
indicated by the letter “H” after the value. The hexadecimal
equivalents of decimal values 10 through 15 are expressed
as the letters A through F. The table below shows the
hexadecimal equivalents for decimal values 0 through 127,
which are often used in MIDI messages.
Decimal
Hexadecimal
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
00H
01H
02H
03H
04H
05H
06H
07H
08H
09H
0AH
0BH
0CH
0DH
0EH
0FH
10H
11H
12H
13H
14H
15H
16H
17H
18H
19H
1AH
1BH
1CH
1DH
1EH
1FH
Decimal Hexadecimal
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
20H
21H
22H
23H
24H
25H
26H
27H
28H
29H
2AH
2BH
2CH
2DH
2EH
2FH
30H
31H
32H
33H
34H
35H
36H
37H
38H
39H
3AH
3BH
3CH
3DH
3EH
3FH
Decimal Hexadecimal
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
40H
41H
42H
43H
44H
45H
46H
47H
48H
49H
4AH
4BH
4CH
4DH
4EH
4FH
50H
51H
52H
53H
54H
55H
56H
57H
58H
59H
5AH
5BH
5CH
5DH
5EH
5FH
Decimal Hexadecimal
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
60H
61H
62H
63H
64H
65H
66H
67H
68H
69H
6AH
6BH
6CH
6DH
6EH
6FH
70H
71H
72H
73H
74H
75H
76H
77H
78H
79H
7AH
7BH
7CH
7DH
7EH
7FH
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Binary Notation
Decimal
Hexadecimal
Binary
0
00H
00000000B
1
01H
00000001B
2
02H
00000010B
3
03H
00000011B
4
04H
00000100B
5
05H
00000101B
6
06H
00000110B
7
07H
00000111B
8
08H
00001000B
9
09H
00001001B
10
0AH
00001010B
11
0BH
00001011B
12
0CH
00001100B
13
0DH
00001101B
14
0EH
00001110B
15
0FH
00001111B
16
10H
00010000B
:
:
125
7DH
01111101B
126
7EH
01111110B
127
7FH
01111111B
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