Roland SE-02 Owner's manual

Roland SE-02 Owner's manual
English
Owner’s Manual
Introduction
Copyright © 2017 ROLAND CORPORATION
5 MIXER section
Panel Descriptions
The SE-02 is a fully-analog three-VCO synthesizer module.
In spite of its compact body, it’s a full-fledged analog synthesizer that lets you experience the enjoyment of
designing your own sounds.
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3
4
5
6
7
8
OSC 1
Using the SE-02 in conjunction with the K-25m Keybord Unit (sold separatery)
FILTER ENVELOPE
OSC 2
For installation/removal/angle adjustment, refer to the K-25m’s Owner’s Manual.
AMP ENVELOPE
OSC 3
* When turning the unit over, be careful so as to protect the buttons and knobs from damage. Also, handle the
unit carefully; do not drop it.
Playing the SE-02 via MIDI or USB
You can also play the SE-02 via MIDI or USB. For details, refer to “Connecting Your Equipment.”
C
D
E
F
G H
I
J
A DC IN jack
Connect the included AC adaptor here.
* Place the AC adaptor so the side with the indicator (see illustration)
faces upwards and the side with textual information faces downwards.
The indicator will light when you plug the AC adaptor into an AC
outlet.
B [POWER] switch
Power cord
This turns the power on/off.
C Micro USB (O) port
Use a commercially available USB 2.0 cable (A-microB) to connect
this port to your computer.
You must install the USB driver when connecting the SE-02 to your computer. Download the USB driver from
the Roland website. For details, refer to Readme.htm which is included in the download.
& https://www.roland.com/support/
* Do not use a micro USB cable that is designed only for charging a device. Charge-only cables cannot transmit
data.
D MIDI connectors
MIDI OUT
SE-02
OUT
Outputs a trigger signal at the playback timing of each step of the step sequencer.
IN
If this is connected to a rhythm machine etc. that’s equipped with a trigger out jack, and the Sync
setting (setup parameter) of the step sequencer/song mode is set to “trg,” trigger signals from
the external device will advance the steps of the SE-02’s step sequencer.
&Refer to “Setup parameter settings (SETUP).”
F INPUT jacks *1
CV
Inputs a pitch from an external device. This jack supports OCT/V (Hz/V is not supported).
GATE
Inputs note-on/off from an external device.
VCF CV
Controls the filter cutoff frequency from an external device.
*1
Use a mini-plug (mono) cable to make these connections. The connections won't work correctly if a
stereo mini-plug cable is used.
Adjusts the volume of noise (white noise).
These settings determine the brightness and thickness of the sound. Here you can also specify the timevarying change (filter envelope) for the filter and the time-varying change (amp envelope) for the volume.
Controller
Explanation
Adjusts the filter cutoff frequency.
[EMPHASIS] knob
Boosts the region near the filter cutoff frequency. Higher values produce greater
boost, creating a distinctively “synthesizer-like” character.
1. Make the [COMP] button and [PLAY] button go dark.
Specify how the filter cutoff frequency changes in response to the pitch that is
played on the keyboard.
3. Use the [
This is an audio input jack. You can use this to apply filter or delay to the audio from a connected device.
I PHONES jack
Connect headphones here.
J [VOLUME] knob
Turning On/Off the Power
* Before turning the unit on/off, always be sure to turn the volume down. Even with the volume turned down,
you might hear some sound when switching the unit on/off. However, this is normal and does not indicate a
malfunction.
Turn on the power in the order of the SE-02 first, and then the connected equipment.
When powering down Turn off the connected equipment first, and then the SE-02.
[MTRIG] switch
If this is on, the filter envelope restarts each time you press a key.
[NORM/INVERT]
switch
Specifies the polarity of the envelope that is controlled by the [CONTOUR] knob. If
this is set to “INVERT,” the polarity is inverted.
Function select
buttons
Select or specify functions. The available functions differ depending on the mode.
[1]–[16] buttons
Use these buttons to recall patches, patterns, or songs, or to edit settings.
Display
Shows the value of a setting.
[ATTACK] knob
[MANUAL] button
Makes the sound reflect the current settings of the knobs and switches. In step
] button to start/stop
sequencer mode or song mode, this operates as the [
the pattern or song.
Specifies the time (attack time) from when the
key is pressed until the cutoff frequency reaches
the maximum level.
[DECAY] knob
Specifies the time (decay time) from when the
cutoff frequency reaches the maximum level
until it decreases to the sustain level.
Here you can adjust performance effects.
[SUSTAIN] knob
Specifies the level (sustain level) that is held
after the attack time and decay time have
elapsed until the key is released.
Controller
Explanation
AMP ENVELOPE
[GLIDE] knob
Adjusts the time of the glide effect (which creates a smooth transition between two
pitches. As you turn the knob toward the right, the transition to the next note takes
a longer time.
Selects the curve of the glide effect.
[WHL MIX] knob
Controller
Explanation
[RANGE] knob
Switches the pitch of each oscillator (OSC 1–3) in octave units. Choose from five
octaves in the range 2’–32’.
If this is set to “LO,” the oscillator generates an ultra-low pitch. You can use this to
apply modulation or for some other purpose.
[TUNE] knob
This is the master tune setting that is common to OSC 1–3.
[FINE] knob
This knob is provided for OSC 2 and 3. It adjusts the tuning of those oscillators as a
difference relative to OSC 1.
You can make the sound richer by slightly detuning the pitch of oscillators, or you
can create a chord by detuning oscillators to a specific musical interval.
Selects the waveform of each oscillator. The selected waveform determines the tonal
character of each oscillator.
[WAVEFORM] knob
: triangle wave, : a waveform that combines triangle and sawtooth waves (OSC
1 and 2 only), : reverse sawtooth wave (OSC 3 only), : sawtooth wave, : pulse
wave 1 (square wave), : pulse wave 2 (square wave with wider pulse width), :
pulse wave 3 (square wave with narrower pulse width)
[SYNC] switch
Turns oscillator sync on/off.
If oscillator sync is on, OSC 2 is forcibly returned to the beginning of its cycle in
synchronization with the cycle of OSC 1, generating a complex waveform.
[ENV1] knob
Uses the filter envelope to apply modulation to OSC 2. Turning the knob in the
negative direction inverts the polarity of the envelope.
[KYBD] switch
Specifies whether OSC 3 is controlled by the keyboard. If this is off, control from the
keyboard is disconnected, and OSC 3 operates as an independent oscillator.
Lets OSC 2 modulate the filter cutoff frequency.
[O3-O2] knob
Lets OSC 3 modulate the OSC 2 waveform.
[O3-PW1,2] knob
Comparing Patches (COMP)
Here’s how to compare the currently-edited patch with a saved patch.
* This function can not be used in manual mode.
1. Press the [COMP] button.
Each time you press the button, you switch between the saved patch (button lit) and the
currently-edited patch (button unlit).
If there are any differences between the currently-edited patch and the saved patch, a dot
appears in the display, and the entire content shown in the display blinks.
You can use the [5]–[16] buttons as a one-octave keyboard to play the sound.
Specifies the time (decay time) from when the volume reaches the maximum level
until it decreases to the sustain level.
[SUSTAIN] knob
Specifies the volume (sustain level) that is held after the attack time and decay time
have elapsed until the key is released.
2. Press the [5]–[16] buttons to play.
Gate LED
Lit while a note is sounding.
[REL] switch
Specifies whether the setting of the amp envelope [DECAY] knob is applied to the
release time (the time from when the key is released until the volume decays to
zero).
1, 2:
Applied to both the filter and amp envelope.
2:
Applied only to the amp envelope.
LFO:
The LFO controls the amp envelope.
GATE:
The Note or Gate controls the amp envelope.
Shifting the Pitch Range in One-Octave Units (OCT+, OCT–)
You can shift the pitch in one-octave units in a range of ±3 octaves.
1. Press the [OCT+] button or [OCT–] button.
At one octave, the button is lit; at two octaves, the button blinks slowly; at three octaves, the button blinks
rapidly.
The display indicates the transpose value.
• You can also change this value by holding down the [TRANSPOSE] button and turning the [VALUE] knob.
Controller
Explanation
[RATE] knob
Adjusts the LFO frequency.
2. Press the [TRANSPOSE] button to turn transpose on/off.
Setup Parameter Settings (PATCH SETUP)
1. Press the [COMP] button and [PLAY] button to make them light.
2. Use the [1]–[6] buttons to select a parameter, and use the [VALUE] knob to edit the parameter’s value.
Selects the LFO waveforms.
: Sample and Hold,
: Sine wave,
: Triangle wave, : Sawtooth wave,
Reverse sawtooth wave, : Square wave 1,
: Square wave 2,
: Square wave 3,
: Random wave
[OSC] knob
Adjusts the depth to which the LFO affects the oscillator.
[FILTER] knob
Adjusts the depth to which the LFO affects the filter.
:
Selects the modulator that is assigned to the LFO of the [WHL MIX] knob, and
specifies the depth of the effect.
F: The effect is applied strongly. H: The effect is applied weakly. OFF: No effect is
applied.
Specifies the LFO’s operating mode.
[MODE] switch
E# F F# G G# A A# B
You can transpose the pitch in semitone units in a range of ±1 octaves.
Here you can create cyclic change (modulation) in the sound by applying vibrato (pitch modulation) or
tremolo (volume modulation).
[MWHL] switch
C C# D D#
1. Hold down the [TRANSPOSE] button and press the [OCT+] button or [OCT–] button.
7 LFO section
[WAVE] knob
The [5]–[16] buttons are lit.
Transposing the Pitch (TRANSPOSE)
Specifies the signal that controls the amp envelope.
[LFO/GATE] switch
Dot
Using the Buttons As a Keyboard (PLAY)
[DECAY] knob
1X: The LFO applies only once. KEY: The LFO starts at note-on. FREE: The LFO applies
always.
Selects whether LFO and DELAY are synchronized with MIDI clock.
Here you can specify how cross modulation (frequency modulation) is applied.
Explanation
2. To return to patch selection, press one of the [A]–[C] or [USER] buttons.
1. Press the [PLAY] button.
[SYNC] switch
Controller
1. Press the [MANUAL] button.
[ATTACK] knob
A: [O2-FILTER] knob, B: [O3-O2] knob, C: [O3-PW1,2] knob
[O2-FILTER] knob
Playing the Sound of the Current Knob/Switch Settings (MANUAL)
Specifies the time (attack time) from when the key is pressed until the volume
reaches the maximum level.
Selects the modulator that is assigned to the [WHL MIX] knob’s XM (cross modulation).
4 XMOD section
]–[ ] buttons to enter a number (1–128), or use the [VALUE] knob to select a number.
The display shows the patch number.
The SE-02 is in manual mode; the sound reflects the current settings of the knobs and switches.
The display indicates “---.”
FILTER ENVELOPE
Here you can select the waveform that determines the character of the sound, and specify its pitch. The SE-02
has three oscillators (OSC 1–3).
[XMOD TO MW]
switch
Adjusts the volume.
Adjusts the depth of change produced by the specified envelope settings.
Mode select switch
H OUTPUT jack
Connect this jack to your amp or monitor speakers.
[CONTOUR] knob
Switches between patch mode, step sequencer mode, and song mode.
Enter a number (numeric keys)
2. Press one of the [A]–[C] or [USER] buttons to select a bank.
[1/3]: The filter cutoff frequency changes by 1/3 of the pitch change.
[2/3]: The filter cutoff frequency changes by 2/3 of the pitch change.
If both switches are on, the filter cutoff frequency changes by the same amount as
the change in keyboard pitch.
Blinks in synchronization with the sequencer’s tempo.
When using XM (cross modulation) or the LFO to apply modulation, this adjusts the
mix ratio between XM and LFO.
If you connect a MIDI keyboard to the SE-02 and operate the modulation wheel,
modulation is applied according to the setting of the [WHL MIX] knob.
Bank
KEY TRACK [1/3],
[2/3] switches
Tempo LED
LIN: Linear change, EXP: Exponential (natural) change, OFF: Glide effect is off
You can recall 384 preset patches (128 patches x banks A–C) and 128 user patches (128 patches x the USER
bank).
[CUTOFF] knob
Edits a value. Press this knob to access the Write operation.
[TYPE] switch
Selecting a Patch
What are patches and banks?
6 FILTER/ENVELOPES section
[VALUE] knob
G EXT INPUT jack
When powering up
[NOISE] knob
Explanation
3 OSCILLATORS section
MIDI keyboard
* To save the edited settings, perform the Patch Write operation.
Adjusts the amount of the SE-02’s output (except for DELAY) that is returned to the
input of the FILTER.
Controller
MIDI IN
You can play the SE-02 by connecting a MIDI device via a
commercially available MIDI cable.
E TRIGGER jacks *1
1 Common section
2 CONTROL section
Indicator
1. Set the mode select switch to “PATCH.”
Explanation
[FEEDBACK] knob
1
Connecting Your Equipment
B
Controller
[OSC 1]–[OSC 3] knob Adjust the output level of each oscillator.
For installation/removal/angle adjustment, refer to the DK-01’s Owner’s Manual.
* To prevent malfunction and equipment failure, always turn down the volume, and turn off all the units before
making any connections.
Using Patch Mode
Here you can adjust the volume of OSC 1–3 and noise.
Using the SE-02 in conjunction with the DK-01 Boutique Dock (sold separatery)
A
Before using this unit, carefully read “USING THE UNIT SAFELY” and “IMPORTANT NOTES” (the leaflet “USING THE UNIT SAFELY” and the Owner’s Manual). After reading, keep the document(s) where it will be available for
immediate reference.
Ø:
Not synchronized.
L:
Only the LFO is synchronized to MIDI clock.
D:
Only the DELAY is synchronized to MIDI clock.
LD:
Both LFO and DELAY are synchronized to MIDI clock.
The display indicates the value.
Button Parameter
Pitch bend range (semitone units)
0–24
[2]
Depth by which modulation wheel controls CC
0–127
[3]
Depth by which aftertouch controls the LFO
0–127
[4]
Depth by which aftertouch controls the cutoff frequency
0–127
[5]
Depth of the [CONTOUR] knob’s effect
0–127
[6]
Patch volume
0–127
3. To save the edited settings, perform the Patch Write operation.
Saving a Patch (Patch Write)
If you’ve edited the settings, your edits are lost when you turn off the power or select another patch. If you
want to keep the changes that you made, use the Write operation to write them to a user patch.
1. Press the [VALUE] knob to access Write mode.
The current patch number blinks.
2. Select the writing-destination user patch.
The display indicates the selected patch number.
8 DELAY section
Adjusts the depth of delay.
Value
[1]
3. Press the [VALUE] knob.
A confirmation message appears in the display.
Lets OSC 3 modulate the pulse width of OSC 1 and 2.
Controller
Explanation
* If you decide to cancel, press the [EXIT] button.
* If a waveform other than pulse wave is selected, modulation is not applied.
[TIME] knob
Adjusts the delay time.
4. To save the settings, press the [VALUE] knob.
[REGEN] knob
Specifies the number of times that the delay is repeated.
[AMOUNT] knob
Adjusts the volume of the delay sound. With the “DRY” setting, only the undelayed
sound is output from OUTPUT.
When the settings have been saved, you’ll return to the state prior to accessing Write mode.
Restore
Using Step Sequencer Mode
Setup Parameter Settings (SEQ SETUP)
Setup Parameter Settings (SONG SETUP)
1. Set the mode select switch to “SEQ.”
1. Press the [NOTE] button and [GATE] button to make them light.
1. Press the [EDIT] button and [PTN] button to make them light.
* To save the edited settings, perform the Pattern Write operation.
2. Use the [1]–[3] buttons to select a parameter, and use the [VALUE] knob to edit the parameter’s value.
2. Use the [1]–[4] buttons to select a parameter, and use the [VALUE] knob to edit the parameter’s value.
What is a step sequencer?
The step sequencer lets you input a note at each of up to 16 steps, and play back the notes as a loop. You can
change the number of steps between 1 and 16. Up to 128 patterns can be stored.
The display indicates the value.
2. Connect your computer to the SE-02’s USB port via USB cable.
Button Parameter
Button Parameter
3. Copy the backup files into the “PATCH,” “PATTERN,” and “SONG” folders of the “SE-02” drive.
[1]
Destination
[2]
Sync
Selecting/Playing Patterns
Value/Explanation
Specifies the output destination of the step sequencer.
Int: Internal,
: External device, bot: Both internal and external device
Specifies the clock to which the step sequencer is synchronized.
Int: Internal, Nid: MIDI IN, USb: USB MIDI, trg: TRIGGER IN
Specifies whether the step sequencer is controlled by key trigger.
1. Make the function select buttons ([NOTE]–[PERFORM]) all go dark.
2. Use the [
]–[ ] buttons to enter a pattern number (1–128), or use the [VALUE] knob to select a pattern
number.
The display shows the pattern number.
3. Press the [
] button to play the pattern.
Each time you press the button, the pattern plays or stops. You can also select the next pattern while a
pattern is playing. When the current pattern finishes playing, the next pattern starts playing.
[3]
Key Trigger
OFF: Not controlled, On: Controlled, trn: Controlled according to the transpose
setting.
Saving a Pattern (Pattern Write)
If you’ve edited the settings, your edits are lost when you turn off the power or select another pattern. If you
want to keep the changes that you made, perform the Write operation.
note number.
The display shows the note number.
2. Use the [
]–[
• If you want to enter the same note number at multiple steps, press the step buttons at which you want to
enter the note; then hold down the [NOTE] button and turn the [VALUE] knob.
gate (10–100).
The display indicates the value.
4. To save the settings, press the [VALUE] knob.
• If you want to enter the same gate at all steps, press the step buttons at which you want to enter the gate;
then hold down the [GATE] button and turn the [VALUE] knob.
Glide Settings (GLIDE)
1. Press the [GLIDE] button to make it light.
2. Press the step buttons for which you want to apply a glide effect, making them light.
The pitch changes smoothly from each lit step to the next step.
(Example) When glide is applied to steps 2–5, 7–8, and 11–16
Glide
Glide
Entering Synth Parameter Values (PRM)
The values of synth parameters that you change using the knobs and switches (sections 2 – 8 ) can be
stored in each step.
1. Press the [PRM] button to make it light.
2. While holding down the step button at which you want to enter a parameter value, operate the knob or
switch.
The display indicates the synth parameter value.
• If you press a step button while holding down the [PRM] button, the parameter values of the button you
pressed are erased.
Specifies whether the song is controlled by key trigger.
Key Trigger
OFF: Not controlled, On: Controlled, trn: Controlled according to the transpose
setting.
1 voice
Power Supply
AC adaptor
Current Draw
2A
Saving a Song (Song Write)
Dimensions
300 (W) x 128 (D) x 46 (H) mm
Weight
(excluding AC adaptor)
950 g / 2 lbs 2 oz
Accessories
AC adaptor, Owner’s manual, Leaflet “USING THE UNIT SAFELY”
Options
(sold separately)
Keyboard Unit: K-25m
Boutique Dock: DK-01
USING THE UNIT SAFELY
1. While holding down the [EXIT] button, turn on the power.
WARNING
The [16] button blinks.
What is a song?
2. Use the following buttons to select a parameter, and use the [VALUE] knob to specify the value.
Patch
Pattern
x repetitions
Patch
Pattern
x repetitions
Patch
Pattern
x repetitions
Selecting/Playing Songs
The display indicates the value.
3. Press the [VALUE] knob to save the setting.
4. Turn the power off and on again.
Button Parameter
[1]
MIDI Ch
Value (Bold: default) Explanation
OFF, C 1–16,
ONn
1. Make the function select buttons ([EDIT]–[DEL]) all go dark.
Although the SE-02 is monophonic, you can increase the
polyphony by using a MIDI cable to connect two or more
SE-02 units and turning Chain mode on.
2. Use the [1]–[16] buttons to select a song.
The button you press is lit.
] button to play the song.
Each time you press the button, the song plays or stops. You can also select the next song while a song is
playing. When the current song finishes playing, the next song starts playing.
[2]
Chain
Editing a Song (EDIT)
1. Select the song that you want to edit.
Changing the pattern
3. Use the [VALUE] knob to select the part whose pattern you want to change.
4. Use the [
]–[ ] buttons to enter a pattern number (1–128).
The display shows the pattern number.
OFF, On
OFF
[3]
Auto Off
[4]
Saver Time
2. press the [EDIT] button.
The [EDIT] button and [PTN] button light.
Specifies the MIDI transmit/receive channel. If this is set
to “ONn,” MIDI messages are received regardless of their
channel (messages are transmitted on channel 1).
30, 240 (min)
MIDI OUT
MIDI IN
The power does not turn off automatically.
The power turns off when the specified time elapses.
* Auto Off does not occur while USB-connected.
OFF, 1, 3, 10 (min)
Specifies the time until the LED DEMO is shown.
[5]
CC Out
OFF, USb, Nid,
U-N
Selects the output destination for control changes.
OFF: No output, Usb: Output only to USB,
Nid: Output only to MIDI, U-N: Output to USB and MIDI
[16]
Version
–
Indicates the current version.
Returning to the Factory Settings (Factory Reset)
• A lit step button indicates PRM on, and an unlit step button indicates PRM off.
• Pressing the [DEL] button deletes the currently selected part; subsequent parts are adjusted forward.
1. While holding down the [1] button, turn on the power.
] button to play/stop the song.
Changing the number of repetitions
2. Press a step button to select a performance setting.
5. Press the [PTN] button to make it blink.
3. If you pressed step button [8] or [14]–[16], use the [VALUE] knob to specify the value.
6. Use the [VALUE] knob to select the part whose number of pattern repetitions you want to change.
Button
[1]–[6]
[8]
]–[ ] buttons to enter the number of repetitions (1–100).
The display indicates the number of repetitions.
Value
SCALE
Specifies the note length (scale) of one step.
1/16 (Sixteenth note), 1/8 (Eighth note), 1/4 (Quarter note),
1/16T (Sixteenth-note triplet), 1/8T (Eighth-note triplet),
1/4T (Quarter-note triplet)
• Pressing the [INS] button inserts a blank part at the currently selected part. (A part cannot be inserted if 16
parts are already being used.)
-50–50
• Press the [
Adjusts the timing of the notes for even-numbered steps.
Specifies how the step sequencer plays.
0
[9]–[12]
7. Use the [
Parameter
SHUFFLE
Explanation
DIRECTION
[14]
FIRST STEP
[15]
LAST STEP
[16]
TEMPO
Play forward from the first step.
• Pressing the [DEL] button deletes the currently selected part; subsequent parts are adjusted forward.
] button to play/stop the song.
Changing the patch
1
Play backward from the last step.
8. Press the [PATCH] button to make it light.
,
Play forward from the first step, and then play backward from the last
step.
9. Use the [VALUE] knob to select the part whose patch you want to change.
RND
Play steps randomly.
1–16
40–300
Specifies the step that is played first.
10. Press one of the [A]–[C] or [USER] buttons to select a bank.
11. Use the [
]–[ ] buttons to enter a number (1–128).
The display shows the patch number.
Specifies the step that is played last.
• You can also press the [MANUAL] button and select the sound of manual mode.
Specifies the pattern’s playback tempo when Sync (setup parameter)
is set to “Int.”
• Pressing the [INS] button inserts a blank part at the currently selected part. (A part cannot be inserted if 16
parts are already being used.)
• Pressing the [DEL] button deletes the currently selected part; subsequent parts are adjusted forward.
12. As necessary, press the [PTN] button to return to step 3, and repeat steps 3–11.
13. To save the settings that you’ve edited, execute the Song Write operation.
11-13/16 (W) x 5-1/16 (D) x 1-13/16 (H) inches
* This document explains the specifications of the product at the time that the document was issued. For the
latest information, refer to the Roland website.
• Pressing the [INS] button inserts a blank part at the currently selected part. (A part cannot be inserted if 16
parts are already being used.)
1. Press the [PERFORM] button to make it light.
Roland SE-02: Sound Module
Polyphony
• If you want to erase all of the parameter values, hold down the [PRM] button and turn the [VALUE] knob. The
display indicates “OFF,” and all values are erased.
Performance Settings (PERFORM)
Main Specifications
3. To save the edited settings, perform the Song Write operation.
System Settings (System Setup)
* To save the edited settings, perform the Song Write operation.
• Press the [
All buttons are lit orange/red.
5. When all buttons blink orange, turn off the power.
When the settings have been saved, you’ll return to the state prior to accessing Write mode.
3. Press the [
Glide
Specifies the song’s playback tempo when Sync is set to “Int.”
40–300
4. After copying is completed, eject the USB drive and then disconnect the USB cable.
4. To save the settings, press the [VALUE] knob.
When the settings have been saved, you’ll return to the state prior to accessing Write mode.
A song consists of 1–16 (maximum) parts.
Part 1
For each part, you can specify a pattern, the number of
times that the pattern is repeated, and the sound (patch) Part 2
used during playback.
Up to 16 songs can be stored.
Part 16
Int: Internal, Nid: MIDI IN, USb: USB MIDI, trg: TRIGGER IN
A confirmation message appears in the display.
If you decide to cancel, press the [EXIT] button.
1. Set the mode select switch to “SONG.”
2. While holding down the step button at which you want to enter a gate, use the [VALUE] knob to select the
Tempo
Specifies the clock to which the song is synchronized.
3. Press the [VALUE] knob.
A confirmation message appears in the display.
If you decide to cancel, press the [EXIT] button.
Using Song Mode
1. Press the [GATE] button to make it light.
[3]
: External device, bot: Both internal and external device
2. Use the [1]–[16] buttons to select the writing-destination song.
• A lit step button indicates note-on, and an unlit step button indicates note-off.
Entering Gates (GATE)
Sync
Int: Internal,
The current song number blinks.
] buttons to select the writing-destination pattern.
3. Press the [VALUE] knob.
• You can also select note numbers by holding down the step number and playing a key.
[2]
Specifies the output destination of the song.
1. Press the [VALUE] knob to access Write mode.
The current pattern number blinks.
2. While holding down the step button at which you want to enter a note, use the [VALUE] knob to select the
Destination
All buttons are lit orange, and a drive named “SE-02” appears on your computer.
Value/Explanation
If you’ve edited the settings, your edits are lost when you turn off the power or select another song. If you
want to keep the changes that you made, perform the Write operation.
1. Press the [VALUE] knob to access Write mode.
1. Press the [NOTE] button to make it light.
[1]
[4]
3. To save the edited settings, perform the Pattern Write operation.
* The pattern is saved together with the selected sound (patch).
Entering Notes (NOTE)
All buttons blink orange.
The display indicates the value.
Step button [1]–[16]
In step sequencer mode, the [1]–[16] buttons are called “step buttons.”
1. While holding down the [3] button, turn on the power.
Here’s how to return the SE-02 to its factory-set state.
The display indicates “rst.”
If you decide to cancel the factory reset, turn off the power.
2. Press the [MANUAL] button to execute the factory reset.
3. When the display indicates “Fin,” turn the SE-02’s power off and on again.
Concerning the Auto Off function
The power to this unit will be turned
0ff automatically after a predetermined
amount of time has passed since it was last
used for playing music, or its buttons or
controls were operated (Auto Off function). If you do
not want the power to be turned off automatically,
disengage the Auto Off function.
• Any settings that you are in the process of editing
will be lost when the power is turned off. If you
have any settings that you want to keep, you
should save them beforehand.
• To restore power, turn the power on again.
Use only the supplied AC adaptor and the
correct voltage
Be sure to use only the AC adaptor supplied
with the unit. Also, make sure the line
voltage at the installation matches the input
voltage specified on the AC adaptor’s body. Other AC
adaptors may use a different polarity, or be designed
for a different voltage, so their use could result in
damage, malfunction, or electric shock.
Use only the supplied power cord
Use only the attached power cord. Also, the
supplied power cord must not be used with
any other device.
CAUTION
Take care so as not to get fingers pinched
When handling the sound module while
adjusting its angle or during installation,
take care so as not to get fingers, etc.,
pinched. An adult should always be in
charge of handling these items.
Data Backup/Restore
IMPORTANT NOTES
Placement
• Depending on the material and temperature of the
surface on which you place the unit, its rubber feet
may discolor or mar the surface.
Repairs and Data
• Before sending the unit away for repairs, be sure to
make a backup of the data stored within it; or you
may prefer to write down the needed information.
Although we will do our utmost to preserve the
data stored in your unit when we carry out repairs,
in some cases, such as when the memory section
is physically damaged, restoration of the stored
content may be impossible. Roland assumes no
liability concerning the restoration of any stored
content that has been lost.
Additional Precautions
• Any data stored within the unit can be lost as the
result of equipment failure, incorrect operation,
etc. To protect yourself against the irretrievable
loss of data, try to make a habit of creating regular
backups of the data you’ve stored in the unit.
• Roland assumes no liability concerning the
restoration of any stored content that has been lost.
• Do not use connection cables that contain a built-in
resistor.
Intellectual Property Right
• It is forbidden by law to make an audio recording,
video recording, copy or revision of a third party’s
copyrighted work (musical work, video work,
broadcast, live performance, or other work),
whether in whole or in part, and distribute,
sell, lease, perform or broadcast it without the
permission of the copyright owner.
• Do not use this product for purposes that could
infringe on a copyright held by a third party. We
assume no responsibility whatsoever with regard to
any infringements of third-party copyrights arising
through your use of this product.
• Roland is an either registered trademark or
trademark of Roland Corporation in the United
States and/or other countries.
• Company names and product names appearing
in this document are registered trademarks or
trademarks of their respective owners.
Backup
1. While holding down the [2] button, turn on the power.
All buttons blink green.
2. Connect your computer to the SE-02’s USB port via USB cable.
All buttons are lit green/orange. After a time, all buttons are lit green, and a drive named “SE-02” appears on
your computer.
3. Open the “SE-02” drive on your computer.
The backup files are located in the “PATCH,” “PATTERN,” and “SONG” folders of the “SE-02” drive.
4. Copy the backup files into your computer.
5. After copying is completed, eject the USB drive and then disconnect the USB cable.
All buttons blink green.
Windows 10/8/7
Using the method that’s appropriate for your computer’s operating system, execute the operation to “Eject
SE-02.”
Mac OS
Drag the “SE-02” icon to the Trash icon in the Dock.
6. Turn the SE-02 power off.
For the U.K.
IMPORTANT: THE WIRES IN THIS MAINS LEAD ARE COLOURED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING CODE.
BLUE:
NEUTRAL
BROWN: LIVE
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying
the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured RED.
Under no circumstances must either of the above wires be connected to the earth terminal of a three pin plug.
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