Roland Sond Canvas SC-88ST Pro Owner`s manual

Roland Sond Canvas SC-88ST Pro Owner`s manual
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XV-5050 Owner’s Manual
OWNER’S MANUAL
Thank you, and congratulations on your choice of the Roland XV-5050.
Before using this unit, carefully read the sections entitled: “IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS” (p. 2), “USING THE UNIT SAFELY” (pp. 3–4), and “IMPORTANT NOTES”
(p. 5). These sections provide important information concerning the proper operation of
the unit. Additionally, in order to feel assured that you have gained a good grasp of every
feature provided by your new unit, Owner’s Manual should be read in its entirety. The
manual should be saved and kept on hand as a convenient reference.
Listening to the Demo Songs
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1
2
1. Hold down the [EXIT] button and press the [
3
BANK] button.
The DEMO PLAY screen appears in the display.
2. Turn the [VALUE] dial to choose the song you want to hear.
Choose “CHAIN PLAY” to hear all songs performed in order, starting with the first song.
3. Press the [ENTER] button to start demo song playback.
4. Press the [EXIT] button to stop the performance and return to the song-selection screen.
Press the [EXIT] button again to leave the DEMO PLAY screen.
* No data for the music that is played will be output from MIDI OUT.
Convention Used in This Manual
• Words enclosed in square brackets indicate buttons or a dial or a knob on the panel.
• (p. **) indicates a reference page.
* The explanations in this manual include illustrations that depict what should typically be shown by the display.
Note, however, that your unit may incorporate a newer, enhanced version of the system (e.g., includes newer
sounds), so what you actually see in the display may not always match what appears in the manual.
Copyright © 2001 ROLAND CORPORATION
02890967
’03-7-8N
All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form without the
written permission of ROLAND CORPORATION.
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CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
ATTENTION: RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE NE PAS OUVRIR
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an
equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the
product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the product.
* GS (
) is a registered trademark of Roland Corporation.
* Windows is registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
* Windows® 98 is known officially as: “Microsoft® Windows® 98 operating system.”
* Windows® 2000 is known officially as: “Microsoft® Windows® 2000 operating system.”
* Windows® Me is known officially as: “Microsoft® Windows® Millennium Edition operating system.”
* Screen shots in this documents are reprinted with permission from Microsoft Corporation.
* Macintosh is registered trademark of Apple Computer, Inc.
INSTRUCTIONS PERTAINING TO A RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR INJURY TO PERSONS.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
* All product names mentioned in this document are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
* OMS is a registered trademark of Opcode Systems, Inc.
* FreeMIDI is a trademark of Mark of the Unicorn, Inc.
WARNING - When using electric products, basic precautions should always be followed, including the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with a dry cloth.
Do not block any of the ventilation openings. Install in
accordance with the manufacturers instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators,
heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including
amplifiers) that produce heat.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or
grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with
one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two
blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the
third prong are provided for your safety. When the provided
plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched
particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the
point where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
12. Never use with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket,
or table except as specified by the
manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus.
When a cart is used, use caution when
moving the cart/apparatus combination to
avoid injury from tip-over.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when
unused for long periods of time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing
is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any
way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid
has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus,
the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does
not operate normally, or has been dropped.
For EU Countries
This product complies with the requirements of European Directives EMC 89/336/EEC and LVD 73/23/EEC.
For the USA
For the U.K.
WARNING:
THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED
IMPORTANT: THE WIRES IN THIS MAINS LEAD ARE COLOURED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING CODE.
GREEN-AND-YELLOW: EARTH, 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 GREEN-AND-YELLOW must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked by the
letter E or by the safety earth symbol or coloured GREEN or GREEN-AND-YELLOW.
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.
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE STATEMENT
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
– Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
– Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
– Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
– Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Unauthorized changes or modification to this system can void the users authority to operate this equipment.
This equipment requires shielded interface cables in order to meet FCC class B Limit.
For Canada
NOTICE
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
AVIS
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.
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USING THE UNIT SAFELY
The
symbol alerts the user to important instructions
or warnings.The specific meaning of the symbol is
determined by the design contained within the
triangle. In the case of the symbol at left, it is used for
general cautions, warnings, or alerts to danger.
Used for instructions intended to alert
the user to the risk of death or severe
injury should the unit be used
improperly.
Used for instructions intended to alert
the user to the risk of injury or material
damage should the unit be used
improperly.
* Material damage refers
other adverse effects
respect to the home
furnishings, as well
animals or pets.
to damage or
caused with
and all its
to domestic
001
•
The ● symbol alerts the user to things that must be
carried out. The specific thing that must be done is
indicated by the design contained within the circle. In
the case of the symbol at left, it means that the powercord plug must be unplugged from the outlet.
008e
Before using this unit, make sure to read the instructions
below, and the Owner’s Manual.
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002b
•
The
symbol alerts the user to items that must never
be carried out (are forbidden). The specific thing that
must not be done is indicated by the design contained
within the circle. In the case of the symbol at left, it
means that the unit must never be disassembled.
Do not open or perform any internal modifications on
the unit. (The only exception would be where this
manual provides specific instructions which should be
followed in order to put in place user-installable options;
see p. 120, p. 122.)
•
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009
•
010
003
•
Do not attempt to repair the unit, or replace parts within
it (except when this manual provides specific instructions directing you to do so). Refer all servicing to your
retailer, the nearest Roland Service Center, or an authorized Roland distributor, as listed on the “Information”
page.
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004
•
Never use or store the unit in places that are:
• Subject to temperature extremes (e.g., direct sunlight
in an enclosed vehicle, near a heating duct, on top of
heat-generating equipment); or are
• Damp (e.g., baths, washrooms, on wet floors); or are
• Humid; or are
• Exposed to rain; or are
• Dusty; or are
• Subject to high levels of vibration.
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•
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•
When using the unit with a rack or stand recommended
by Roland, the rack or stand must be carefully placed so
it is level and sure to remain stable. If not using a rack or
stand, you still need to make sure that any location you
choose for placing the unit provides a level surface that
will properly support the unit, and keep it from
wobbling.
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008a
•
The unit should be connected to a power supply only of
the type described in the operating instructions, or as
marked on the unit.
In households with small children, an adult should
provide supervision until the child is capable of
following all the rules essential for the safe operation of
the unit.
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014
•
006
•
Do not allow any objects (e.g., flammable material, coins,
pins); or liquids of any kind (water, soft drinks, etc.) to
penetrate the unit.
013
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This unit should be used only with a rack or stand that is
recommended by Roland.
This unit, either alone or in combination with an
amplifier and headphones or speakers, may be capable
of producing sound levels that could cause permanent
hearing loss. Do not operate for a long period of time at a
high volume level, or at a level that is uncomfortable. If
you experience any hearing loss or ringing in the ears,
you should immediately stop using the unit, and consult
an audiologist.
011
005
•
Do not excessively twist or bend the power cord, nor
place heavy objects on it. Doing so can damage the cord,
producing severed elements and short circuits.
Damaged cords are fire and shock hazards!
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•
Use only the attached power-supply cord.
Protect the unit from strong impact.
(Do not drop it!)
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015
•
Do not force the unit’s power-supply cord to share an
outlet with an unreasonable number of other devices. Be
especially careful when using extension cords—the total
power used by all devices you have connected to the
extension cord’s outlet must never exceed the power
rating (watts/amperes) for the extension cord. Excessive
loads can cause the insulation on the cord to heat up and
eventually melt through.
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•
101a
Before using the unit in a foreign country, consult with
your retailer, the nearest Roland Service Center, or an
authorized Roland distributor, as listed on the “Information” page.
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022a
•
Always turn the unit off and unplug the power cord
before attempting installation of the circuit board (SRX
Series; p. 14).
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023
•
DO NOT play a CD-ROM disc on a conventional audio
CD player. The resulting sound may be of a level that
could cause permanent hearing loss. Damage to
speakers or other system components may result.
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•
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102b
•
Do not put anything that contains water (e.g., flower
vases) on this unit. Also, avoid the use of insecticides,
perfumes, alcohol, nail polish, spray cans, etc., near the
unit. Swiftly wipe away any liquid that spills on the unit
using a dry, soft cloth.
..........................................................................................................
Always grasp only the plug on the power-supply cord
when plugging into, or unplugging from, an outlet or
this unit.
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104
•
Try to prevent cords and cables from becoming
entangled. Also, all cords and cables should be placed so
they are out of the reach of children.
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106
•
026
•
The unit should be located so that its location or position
does not interfere with its proper ventilation.
Never climb on top of, nor place heavy objects on the
unit.
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107b
•
Never handle the power cord or its plugs with wet
hands when plugging into, or unplugging from, an
outlet or this unit.
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108a
•
Before moving the unit, disconnect the power plug from
the outlet, and pull out all cords from external devices.
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109a
•
Before cleaning the unit, turn off the power and unplug
the power cord from the outlet (p. 14).
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110a
•
Whenever you suspect the possibility of lightning in
your area, pull the plug on the power cord out of the
outlet.
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115a
•
Install only the specified circuit board(s) (SRX Series).
Remove only the specified screws (p. 120, p. 122).
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118
•
Should you remove screws, make sure to put them in a
safe place out of children’s reach, so there is no chance of
them being swallowed accidentally.
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IMPORTANT NOTES
291b
In addition to the items listed under “IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS” and “USING THE UNIT SAFELY” on pages 2
and 3, please read and observe the following:
Power Supply
Repairs and Data
301
452
• Do not use this unit on the same power circuit with any
device that will generate line noise (such as an electric
motor or variable lighting system).
• Please be aware that all data contained in the unit’s
memory may be lost when the unit is sent for repairs.
Important data should always be backed up in another
MIDI device (e.g., a sequencer), or written down on paper
(when possible). During repairs, due care is taken to avoid
the loss of data. However, in certain cases (such as when
circuitry related to memory itself is out of order), we
regret that it may not be possible to restore the data, and
Roland assumes no liability concerning such loss of data.
307
• Before connecting this unit to other devices, turn off the
power to all units. This will help prevent malfunctions
and/or damage to speakers or other devices.
308
• Although the LCD and LEDs are switched off when the
POWER switch is switched off, this does not mean that the
unit has been completely disconnected from the source of
power. If you need to turn off the power completely, first
turn off the POWER switch, then unplug the power cord
from the power outlet. For this reason, the outlet into
which you choose to connect the power cord’s plug
should be one that is within easy reach.
Placement
351
• Using the unit near power amplifiers (or other equipment
containing large power transformers) may induce hum.
To alleviate the problem, change the orientation of this
unit; or move it farther away from the source of interference.
352a
• This device may interfere with radio and television
reception. Do not use this device in the vicinity of such
receivers.
352b
• Noise may be produced if wireless communications
devices, such as cell phones, are operated in the vicinity of
this unit. Such noise could occur when receiving or initiating a call, or while conversing. Should you experience
such problems, you should relocate such wireless devices
so they are at a greater distance from this unit, or switch
them off.
354a
• Do not expose the unit to direct sunlight, place it near
devices that radiate heat, leave it inside an enclosed
vehicle, or otherwise subject it to temperature extremes.
Excessive heat can deform or discolor the unit.
355
• To avoid possible breakdown, do not use the unit in a wet
area, such as an area exposed to rain or other moisture.
Maintenance
401a
• For everyday cleaning wipe the unit with a soft, dry cloth
or one that has been slightly dampened with water. To
remove stubborn dirt, use a cloth impregnated with a
mild, non-abrasive detergent. Afterwards, be sure to wipe
the unit thoroughly with a soft, dry cloth.
402
• Never use benzine, thinners, alcohol or solvents of any
kind, to avoid the possibility of discoloration and/or
deformation.
Additional Precautions
• Do not expose the display to strong light (such as camera
flashes), as malfunction may result.
551
• Please be aware that the contents of memory can be
irretrievably lost as a result of a malfunction, or the
improper operation of the unit. To protect yourself against
the risk of loosing important data, we recommend that
you periodically save a backup copy of important data
you have stored in the unit’s memory in another MIDI
device (e.g., a sequencer).
552
• Unfortunately, it may be impossible to restore the contents
of data that was stored in the unit’s memory or another
MIDI device (e.g., a sequencer) once it has been lost.
Roland Corporation assumes no liability concerning such
loss of data.
553
• Use a reasonable amount of care when using the unit’s
buttons, sliders, or other controls; and when using its jacks
and connectors. Rough handling can lead to malfunctions.
554
• Never strike or apply strong pressure to the display.
556
• When connecting / disconnecting all cables, grasp the
connector itself—never pull on the cable. This way you
will avoid causing shorts, or damage to the cable’s
internal elements.
557
• A small amount of heat will radiate from the unit during
normal operation.
558a
• To avoid disturbing your neighbors, try to keep the unit’s
volume at reasonable levels. You may prefer to use
headphones, so you do not need to be concerned about
those around you (especially when it is late at night).
559a
• When you need to transport the unit, package it in the box
(including padding) that it came in, if possible. Otherwise,
you will need to use equivalent packaging materials.
Handling CD-ROMs
801
• Avoid touching or scratching the shiny underside
(encoded surface) of the disc. Damaged or dirty CD-ROM
discs may not be read properly. Keep your discs clean
using a commercially available CD cleaner.
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Contents
USING THE UNIT SAFELY......................................................................3
IMPORTANT NOTES ...............................................................................5
Features .................................................................................................10
Panel Descriptions................................................................................11
Front Panel................................................................................................................................................. 11
Rear Panel .................................................................................................................................................. 12
Getting Ready........................................................................................13
Connecting to MIDI Devices and Audio Equipment.......................................................................... 13
Turning the Power On/Off..................................................................................................................... 14
Turning On the Power.................................................................................................................. 14
Turning Off the Power ................................................................................................................. 14
Restoring the Factory Settings (Factory Reset)..................................................................................... 15
Quick Start ................................... 17
Playing Sounds .....................................................................................18
Playing Patches (Phrase Preview).......................................................................................................... 18
Setting the Way In Which Sounds Are Previewed................................................................... 18
Playing a Patch on the XV-5050 from an External MIDI Device (MIDI Keyboard)........................ 19
Connecting the MIDI Keyboard.................................................................................................. 19
Matching MIDI Channels............................................................................................................. 19
Choosing a Patch ...................................................................................................................................... 21
Basic Procedure for Choosing a Patch ....................................................................................... 21
Choosing a Bank............................................................................................................................ 21
Choosing a Patch by Category (Patch Finder) .......................................................................... 21
Setting a Patch’s Pitch in Octave Steps (Octave Shift) ........................................................................ 23
Switching Modes (Patch, Performance, or Rhythm Set)..................................................................... 23
Playing Multiple Layered Patches (Layer) ........................................................................................... 25
Selecting Performance “PB:001 Dulcimar&Gtr”....................................................................... 25
Turning a Part On or Off.............................................................................................................. 26
Assigning a New Patch to a Part ................................................................................................ 27
Changing the MIDI Reception Channel of Each Part .............................................................. 27
Playing Different Patches In Different Areas of the Keyboard (Split).............................................. 28
Selecting Performance “PB:029 Organ/Lead”.......................................................................... 28
Setting the Note Range of Each Part........................................................................................... 29
Using an External MIDI Device to Select Patches and Change Other Settings............................... 30
Selecting Patches and Rhythm Sets ............................................................................................ 30
Selecting Performances ................................................................................................................ 31
Turning Effects On and Off ..................................................................32
Making a List of Your Favorite Patches..............................................33
Registering a Patch in the FAVORITE LIST ......................................................................................... 33
Selecting a Patch from the FAVORITE LIST ........................................................................................ 34
Connecting to a Computer...................................................................35
Connecting with USB Connector ........................................................................................................... 35
Connecting with MIDI Connectors........................................................................................................ 35
About Patches and Performances ......................................................36
What Is a Patch?........................................................................................................................................ 36
What Is a Performance? ........................................................................................................................... 36
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Advanced Use .............................. 37
Chapter 1 Creating a Patch ..................................................................38
How a Patch Is Organized ...................................................................................................................... 38
How a Tone Is Organized ............................................................................................................ 38
Tips for Creating a Patch ......................................................................................................................... 38
Choosing the Tones That Sound (Tone On/Off) ................................................................................. 39
Settings Common to the Entire Patch (COMMON) ............................................................................ 39
More Advanced Editing of Tones .......................................................................................................... 43
Tips for Choosing a Waveform ................................................................................................... 43
Changing a Waveform (WAVE) ................................................................................................. 44
Changing Pitch (PITCH) .............................................................................................................. 45
Changing the Brightness with a Filter (TVF) ............................................................................ 46
Changing the Volume (TVA) ...................................................................................................... 48
Applying Vibrato or Tremolo (LFO) .......................................................................................... 50
Using Controllers to Change How Sounds Are Played (CONTROL)................................... 51
Adjusting Effect Settings ......................................................................................................................... 53
Saving Patches You Create...................................................................................................................... 53
Copying Settings Between Patches (Patch Tone Copy) ...................................................................... 53
Chapter 2. Creating a Rhythm Set.......................................................54
How Percussion Instruments Are Organized ...................................................................................... 54
Using MIDI Keyboard to Select a Percussion Instrument for Editing.............................................. 54
Settings Common to an Entire Rhythm Set .......................................................................................... 55
Setting up Individual Rhythm Tones .................................................................................................... 56
Tips for Choosing Rhythm Tone Waveforms ........................................................................... 56
Modifying a Rhythm Tone’s Waveform and Panning (WAVE) ............................................ 57
Modifying a Rhythm Tone’s Pitch (PITCH).............................................................................. 59
Modifying the Brightness of a Sound with a Filter (TVF)....................................................... 59
Making the Volume Change (TVA)............................................................................................ 61
Other Settings (CONTROL)......................................................................................................... 61
Effects Settings .......................................................................................................................................... 62
Saving Rhythm Sets You Create............................................................................................................. 62
Copying the Settings of Another Rhythm Tone (Rhythm Key Copy).............................................. 62
Chapter 3 Creating a Performance......................................................63
How a Performance Is Organized.......................................................................................................... 63
Basic Ways to Use Performances ........................................................................................................... 63
Turning a Part On or Off ......................................................................................................................... 63
How to Adjust a Performance Setting................................................................................................... 63
Establishing Settings for an Entire Performance (COMMON).......................................................... 64
Setting the Keyboard Range ........................................................................................................ 64
Other Settings ................................................................................................................................ 64
Settings for Each Part ............................................................................................................................... 65
Choosing a Part’s Patch or Rhythm Set ..................................................................................... 65
Setting a Part’s Volume, Pan, Pitch, and Polyphony ............................................................... 65
Editing the Attack and Release of a Part’s Sound .................................................................... 65
Changing the Pitch........................................................................................................................ 66
Changing the Way a Part’s Sound is Played............................................................................. 66
Scale Tune....................................................................................................................................... 66
Establishing a Part’s MIDI Settings ............................................................................................ 67
Confirming MIDI Information for Each Part (INFO) .............................................................. 67
Adjusting Effect Settings ......................................................................................................................... 68
Saving Performances You Create........................................................................................................... 68
Copying Settings from One Part to Another (Performance Part Copy)........................................... 68
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Chapter 4 Using the XV-5050 Effects ..................................................69
Turning Effects On/Off ........................................................................................................................... 69
Patch/Rhythm Set Mode Settings.......................................................................................................... 70
Audio Signal Flow ........................................................................................................................ 70
Setting Procedure .......................................................................................................................... 71
Performance Mode Settings .................................................................................................................... 72
Audio Signal Flow ........................................................................................................................ 72
Setting Procedure .......................................................................................................................... 73
Multi-Effects Settings ............................................................................................................................... 74
Chorus Settings......................................................................................................................................... 74
Reverb Settings ......................................................................................................................................... 74
Multi-Effects Parameters ......................................................................................................................... 75
Chorus Parameters ................................................................................................................................. 102
Reverb Parameters ................................................................................................................................. 103
Copying Effect Settings ......................................................................................................................... 103
Chapter 5 Saving a Sound You Create .............................................104
Saving Edits to the XV-5050’s Internal Memory (WRITE) ............................................................... 104
Saving a Patch (PATCH WRITE) .............................................................................................. 104
Saving a Rhythm Set................................................................................................................... 104
Saving a Performance ................................................................................................................. 104
Initializing a Sound (INIT) .................................................................................................................... 105
Protecting the Internal Memory (PROTECT) ..................................................................................... 105
Transmitting Sound Settings (XFER)................................................................................................... 106
Chapter 6 Other Settings/Status Checks..........................................107
Making Overall Settings ........................................................................................................................ 107
Selecting Common Controllers............................................................................................................. 107
Establishing the MIDI and USB Settings............................................................................................. 108
Setting the MIDI Channel .......................................................................................................... 108
Making Global Settings .............................................................................................................. 108
Specifying the Reception Status for Each Tone ...................................................................... 108
Connecting Two or More XV-5050s to Increase Polyphony ................................................. 108
Making USB-Related Settings ................................................................................................... 109
Setting the Way In Which Sounds Are Previewed............................................................................ 109
Making the Equalizer Settings.............................................................................................................. 109
Adjusting the Overall Tuning of the XV-5050.................................................................................... 110
Master Tune and Master Key Shift ........................................................................................... 110
Scale Tune..................................................................................................................................... 110
Confirming the Current Status ............................................................................................................. 110
Saving the System Settings.................................................................................................................... 110
Chapter 7 Using the XV-5050 as a General MIDI Sound Module.....111
Entering GM Mode................................................................................................................................. 111
Initializing the Sound Generator for General MIDI System Basic Settings ........................ 111
Playing Back a GM Score ........................................................................................................... 111
Modifying GM Mode Settings .............................................................................................................. 111
Making Effects Settings in GM Mode (EFFECTS) .................................................................. 112
Making Settings for Receiving MIDI (MIDI)........................................................................... 113
Making Settings for Each Part (PART)..................................................................................... 113
Chapter 8 Examples of Applications Using the XV-5050 ................114
Controlling the XV-5050 in Realtime Using an External MIDI Device........................................... 114
Changing Multi-Effects Settings From an External MIDI Device........................................ 114
Changing Tone Settings ............................................................................................................. 114
Applications for Patches........................................................................................................................ 115
Syncing the LFO Cycle to the System Tempo ......................................................................... 115
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Synchronizing Multi-Effects to the System Tempo................................................................ 115
Making a Tone’s Delay Time Match the System Tempo....................................................... 116
Using a Pedal Switch to Change the Rotary Speed of the Rotary Effect............................. 116
Playing Phrase Loops at a System’s Tempo............................................................................ 116
Changing Part Settings from an External MIDI Device.................................................................... 117
Applications for Matrix Control........................................................................................................... 118
Controlling the TMT with the LFO and Changing the Tone’s Timing ............................... 118
Appendices ................................ 119
Installing the Wave Expansion Board...............................................120
Cautions When Installing an Wave Expansion Board ...................................................................... 120
How to Install a Wave Expansion Board ............................................................................................ 120
Installation de la carte d’extension Wave
(French language for Canadian Safety Standard) ...........................122
Précautions à prendre lors de l’installation d’une carte d’expansion Wave ................................. 122
Installation d’une carte d’expansion Wave ........................................................................................ 122
Installing & Setup the Driver..............................................................124
What is the USB MIDI Driver? .................................................................................................. 124
Windows 98 / Me Users........................................................................................................................ 125
Specifying the Output Destination for MIDI Data ................................................................. 127
Windows 2000 Users.............................................................................................................................. 128
Specifying the Output Destination for MIDI Data ................................................................. 131
Deleting the USB MIDI Driver ............................................................................................................. 131
Using OMS on the Macintosh............................................................................................................... 132
Installing the XV-5050 Driver.................................................................................................... 132
OMS settings ................................................................................................................................ 132
Using FreeMIDI on the Macintosh....................................................................................................... 134
Installing the XV-5050 Driver.................................................................................................... 134
FreeMIDI settings........................................................................................................................ 135
Troubleshooting..................................................................................136
Error Messages ...................................................................................137
Waveform List .....................................................................................138
Patch List.............................................................................................141
Rhythm Set List...................................................................................147
Performance List.................................................................................153
Demo Song List...................................................................................153
MIDI Implementation...........................................................................154
Specifications......................................................................................177
Index.....................................................................................................178
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Features
64-Voice Polyphony and 16-Part
Multitimbrality
The XV-5050 is a 16-part multitimbral sound generator that produces
up to 64 simultaneous polyphonic voices. It provides ample
polyphony, even with Patches containing multiple Tones.
Create Amazingly Expressive Tones
With Patches containing four stereo Tones, as well as four-Tone
instruments in Rhythm Sets—you can use up to a total of eight wave
types—the XV-5050 takes you the next step beyond Roland’s
previous generation of JV-Series modules, providing even more
precise control and allowing you to create lusher, more expressive
sounds.
Powerful Internal Effects, Including
COSM Effects
The internal effects have been completely rethought and improved.
The reverb, the XV-5050’s most central effect, incorporates the highquality SRV-3030 DSP, allowing the instrument itself to give great
spatial definition with superior, clear sound.
In addition, the XV-5050 features Multi-effects (MFX) with 90 kinds
of effects, including RSS and 3D Delay, Slicer, and Formant Filter.
What’s more, the XV-5050 also features a variety of combinations of
different effects, such as the Guitar Amp Simulator, made possible
with COSM technology; Guitar Multi, which lets you get just the
right guitar, bass, and keyboard sounds; Bass Multi, and Keyboard
Multi, all of which let you create even more powerful sounds.
Furthermore, you can use three different MFX systems when in
Performance mode, and use each MFX on any Part you select.
On top of all this, each output is supplied with two-band EQ.
Digital Out for Complete Compatibility
with Digital Systems
The XV-5050’s output systems not only include four parallel analog
outs that can also be used as two stereo pairs, but also S/P DIF
digital outputs (optical and coaxial) as well.
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Equipped with a USB Connector
The XV-5050 has a USB connector on its front panel, so that you can
easily connect your computer.
Supports General MIDI system Level 2
The XV-5050 provides a mode compatible with General MIDI
System Level 2, the standard format for desktop music (DTM)
systems. The upwardly compatible General MIDI 2 standards pick
up where the original General MIDI standard left off, offering
enhanced expressive capabilities and even greater compatibility.
You can play back commercially available General MIDI-compatible
song data.
Greater Expansion Possibilities with
the New-Format Wave Expansion
Boards
The XV-5050 accepts up to two of Roland’s new-format Wave
Expansion Boards (SRX Series).
All of this provides you unprecedented power in creating sounds
from a massive amount of waveform data.
Featuring the Patch Finder and Phrase
Preview Functions
The XV-5050 provides a Patch Finder function that allows you to
quickly find Patches of a specified type or category.
Press the XV-5050’s [PHRASE PREVIEW] button to preview the
selected Patch with a musically appropriate Phrase.
Registering a Patch in the FAVORITE
LIST
You can keep the Patches that you like to use all in one place by
registering them on the Favorite List. The FAVORITE LIST gives you
immediate access to your favorite Patches, whether they are in the
XV-5050 itself, on Wave Expansion Boards, or on memory cards. You
can register up to 64 Patches in this list.
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Panel Descriptions
Front Panel
fig.FrontPanel
E
A
G
B
C
A
D
F
H
I
F
USB Connector
[
Use this for connecting a computer to the XV-5050 using a USB cable
(p. 35).
Move the cursor (underline) with these.
PHONES Jack
Headphones are plugged in here (p. 13).
[VOLUME] Knob (PHRASE PREVIEW)
Adjusts the volume from the A (MIX) OUTPUT jacks and PHONES
jack. The volume from the OUTPUT B jacks cannot be adjusted.
You can press the knob to listen to the XV-5050 without using any
external devices. (Phrase Preview; p. 18)
J
CURSOR], [CURSOR
] Buttons
[SHIFT] Button
Use [SHIFT] in combination with other buttons. Holding down this
button changes the functions of other buttons.
G
[
BANK], [BANK
] Buttons
Choose the Bank with these (p. 21).
[EDIT] Button
B
Provides access to relevant settings, or “parameters.”
MIDI MESSAGE indicator
[SYSTEM] Button
This will light when a MIDI message is received via MIDI connector.
Press this to enter System mode.
This allows you to make settings that affect the entire XV-5050.
USB MESSAGE indicator
This will light when a MIDI message is received via USB connector.
[UTILITY] Button
Display
Press this to enter Utility mode.
This button allows you to perform operations such as saving,
copying, initializing, transferring data, write-protecting data, and
factory reset operations.
Presents a variety of information about the operation being
performed.
H
D
TONE SWITCH/SELECT [1]–[4] Buttons
C
[VALUE] Dial (FAVORITE LIST)
Turn this dial to change a parameter’s setting, or “value.” If you hold
down [SHIFT] as you turn [VALUE], the parameter’s value will
change by larger increments.
Press this dial in Patch/Rhythm Set mode to display a list showing
the collection of your favorite sounds. (Favorite List; p. 33)
[PATCH FINDER] Button
(In Patch/Rhythm Set mode)
Switches each Tone on or off when [TONE] is dark (p. 39).
Chooses a Tone whose settings you wish to change when [TONE] is
lit (p. 39).
[
PART], [PART
] Buttons
(In Performance mode)
Chooses a Part whose settings you wish to change (p. 64).
You can choose a Patch using the Patch Finder feature (p. 21).
[INFO] Button
E
(In Performance mode)
Press this to check the receive status of various types of MIDI
message for each Part (p. 67).
[PERFORM] Button
Press this button to enter Performance mode (p. 23).
Press this button while holding down [SHIFT] to enter General MIDI
2 mode (p. 23).
[PATCH] Button
Press this to enter Patch mode (p. 23).
Press this button while holding down [SHIFT] to enter Rhythm Set
mode (p. 23).
[EXIT] Button
Press this button when you wish to return to a mode’s PLAY screen,
or to cancel an operation before executing it.
Hold [EXIT] and press [
BANK] to hear the XV-5050 demo
songs.
I
[TONE] Button (ENTER)
Switches the function of the TONE SWITCH/SELECT [1]–[4]
buttons.
• When this button is dark, [1]–[4] switches each Tone on or off.
• When this button is lit, [1]–[4] chooses a Tone whose settings you
wish to change.
Finalizes a setting value or executes an operation (ENTER).
J
[POWER] Switch
Turns the XV-5050’s power on and off (p. 14).
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Panel Descriptions
Rear Panel
fig.FrontPanel
O
L
K
K
M
N
P
N
AC Inlet
A (MIX) OUTPUT Jacks (L (MONO), R)
Connect the included power cable here. (p. 13)
These jacks send audio signals in stereo (L/R) from the XV-5050 to
an amp or mixer. For a mono output, use only the L jack. (p. 13)
These jacks are used when the SYSTEM SETUP Mix/Parallel
parameter is set to MIX. (p. 107)
L
MIDI Connectors (IN, OUT, THRU)
These connectors connect the XV-5050 with other MIDI devices,
enabling the sending and receiving of MIDI messages. (p. 19)
IN:
This connector receives messages from another MIDI device.
Out: This connector transmits messages to another MIDI device.
Thru: MIDI messages received at the MIDI IN connector will be
retransmitted from this connector without being changed by
the XV-5050.
M
Digital Out Connectors
The XV-5050 features both optical and coaxial digital out connectors
(conforming to S/P DIF).
S/P DIF: A digital interface format used for consumer digital audio
devices.
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* The XV-5050, as shipped from the factory, routes the output of all
PRESET Patches to these jacks.
O
B OUTPUT Jacks (L, R)
These jacks send audio signals in stereo (L/R) from the XV-5050 to
an amp or mixer. (p. 13)
P
INDIVIDUAL 1–6 OUTPUT Jacks
These jacks output audio signals in mono from the XV-5050 to an
amp or mixer. (p. 13)
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Getting Ready
Connecting to MIDI Devices and Audio
Equipment
The XV-5050 is not equipped with an internal amp or speakers. To hear sound, you
will need to connect it to a keyboard amp or audio system, or connect headphones.
Refer to the following figure when connecting the XV-5050 with external devices.
fig.Connection_e
to Power outlet
MIDI IN
Stereo headphones
Make connections to
the A (MIX) OUTPUT jacks
MIDI OUT
External MIDI device
(MIDI Keyboard, Sequencer, etc.)
Power amp
Mixer, etc.
Speaker
(with built-in Amp)
Stereo set, etc.
1. Before making any connections, confirm that power to all devices has
been turned off.
2. Connect the AC power cord included with the XV-5050 to the unit,
then plug the other end into a power outlet.
3. Connect audio and MIDI cables as shown in the diagram. If
connecting headphones, plug the headphones into the PHONES jack.
To prevent malfunction
and/or damage to speakers
or other devices, always
turn down the volume, and
turn off the power on all
devices before making any
connections.
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Getting Ready
Turning the Power On/Off
Turning On the Power
* Once the connections have been completed (p. 13), turn on power to your various devices in
the order specified. By turning on devices in the wrong order, you risk causing malfunction
and/or damage to speakers and other devices.
1. Before turning on the power, confirm the following.
• Are all devices connected properly?
• Are the volume levels on the XV-5050 and any amp or mixer that is
connected turned down to the lowest settings?
2. Press XV-5050’s [POWER] to turn on the power.
3. Turn on the power to connected external devices.
Turning Off the Power
1. Before turning off the power, confirm the following.
• Are the volume levels on the XV-5050 and any amp or mixer that is
connected turned down to the lowest settings?
• Have you saved your data, including data for any sounds you have
created? (p. 104)
2. Turn off the power to connected external devices.
3. Press XV-5050’s [POWER] to turn off the power.
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This unit is equipped with
a protection circuit. A brief
interval (a few seconds)
after power up is required
before the unit will operate
normally.
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Getting Ready
Restoring the Factory Settings
(Factory Reset)
To ensure the XV-5050 operates correctly as described in the procedures found in the
Owner’s Manual when using the XV-5050 for the first time, be sure to restore the
settings to their initial status as shipped.
fig.Reset
1
3
2
4, 5
1. Press [UTILITY] to make its indicator light.
The UTILITY screen appears in the display.
fig.05-02
2. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to the upper left
of the display.
3. Turn [VALUE] to choose “FACTORY RESET.”
fig.ResetScreen
If any important data you
may have created is stored
in memory, then running
this operation will cause
such data to be lost. If there
is any data you wish to
retain, then save the data to
a commercially available
memory card or external
MIDI device.
4. Press [ENTER].
The confirmation message “Are You Sure?” appears in the display.
fig.Sure
* To cancel, press [EXIT]
5. Press [ENTER] to execute the factory reset.
The PLAY screen returns to the display.
* If the following display appears, turn [VALUE] to change the displayed ON to OFF. After
pressing [ENTER] to turn off the protect, press [ENTER] again to save the settings.
fig.05-01
For more information on
Write Protect, refer to page
105.
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MEMO
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Quick Start
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Quick Start
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Playing Sounds
The XV-5050 comes with a rich palette of onboard sounds, called “Patches.” Let’s
listen to some Patches in Patch mode.
Playing Patches (Phrase Preview)
Even when there’s no MIDI keyboard or sequencer connected, the XV-5050 allows
you to audition sounds using a number of prepared phrases that are perfectly
matched to each Patch (category).
fig.0-01
3
2
1
1. Press [PATCH] to make its indicator light.
The PATCH PLAY screen appears in the display.
fig.00-01
2. Turn [VALUE] to choose a Patch.
3. Press and hold down [VOLUME].
The Patch plays while [VOLUME] is depressed.
Setting the Way In Which Sounds Are Previewed
You can preview a Patch in any of three ways: “PHRASE” (the Patch plays a phrase),
“CHORD” (the Patch plays a chord), or “SINGLE” (the Patch plays a series of notes).
fig.0-02
8
3, 5, 7
1
2 4, 6
1. Press [SYSTEM] to make its indicator light.
2. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to the parameter
group in the upper line of the display.
fig.00-02
3. Turn [VALUE] to choose “PREVIEW.”
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4. Press [CURSOR
] to move the cursor to the parameter at the lower
Quick Start
left of the display.
5. Turn [VALUE] to choose the parameter you want to set.
6. Press [CURSOR
] to move the cursor to the value at the lower right
of the display.
7. Turn [VALUE] to select the desired setting.
8. Press [EXIT] to return to the PATCH PLAY screen.
Parameter
PREVIEW
Mode
Value
Description
SINGLE, CHORD,
PHRASE
Key Note 1–4
C-1–G9
Velocity Note 1–4
0–127
SINGLE: The notes specified by Key
Note 1–4 sound one after another.
CHORD: The notes specified by Key
Note 1–4 play together as a chord.
PHRASE: The Phrase associated with
the Patch’s type/category plays.
Specifies the four notes that sound
during a preview when “SINGLE” or
“CHORD” is selected for Mode.
Specifies the volume of the four notes
that sound when “SINGLE” or
“CHORD” is chosen for Mode.
Playing a Patch on the XV-5050 from an
External MIDI Device (MIDI Keyboard)
The XV-5050 produces sound in response to MIDI messages it receives from an
external MIDI device such as a MIDI keyboard or sequencer.
Try connecting your MIDI keyboard and playing sounds on the XV-5050.
Connecting the MIDI Keyboard
Connect the MIDI keyboard as shown in the following.
fig.0-03.e
XV-5050
MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
MIDI keyboard
Matching MIDI Channels
In order for the XV-5050 to respond to MIDI data sent by an external MIDI device,
both devices must be set to use the same MIDI channel or channels.
Here, in Patch mode, let’s set both devices so that they use MIDI Channel 1.
Executing a Factory Reset
sets the XV-5050’s
reception channel in Patch
mode to “1.”
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Playing Sounds
fig.0-04
2 10
5, 7, 9
3
4 6, 8
1. Set the send channel of the MIDI keyboard to “1.”
Refer to the keyboard’s owner’s manual for instructions.
2. Press [PATCH] to make its indicator light.
* If you’re using the XV-5050 for the first time – or if you’ve just performed a Factory Reset –
you can skip the following steps and play the XV-5050 from your keyboard right now.
3. Press [SYSTEM] to make its indicator light.
4. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to the upper line
of the display.
fig.00-02
5. Turn [VALUE] to choose “MIDI.”
fig.00-04
6. Press [CURSOR
] to move the cursor to the lower left of the
display.
7. Turn [VALUE] to choose “Patch Rx Channel.”
fig.00-05
8. Press [CURSOR
] to move the cursor to the lower right of the
display.
9. Turn [VALUE] to choose “1.”
fig.00-06
10. Press [EXIT] to return to the PATCH PLAY screen.
Play the MIDI keyboard to hear the currently selected XV-5050 Patch.
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You can hold down
[SHIFT] and press
[PATCH] to enter Rhythm
Set mode and play
percussion sounds from
your MIDI keyboard. To
return to the PATCH PLAY
screen, press [PATCH].
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Playing Sounds
Quick Start
Choosing a Patch
Basic Procedure for Choosing a Patch
fig.0-05.e
On the PATCH PLAY screen, turn [VALUE] to choose the desired Patch.
As you turn [VALUE], press the [VALUE] knob to change values in large steps. You
can also hold down [SHIFT] as you turn to change values in large steps.
Choosing a Bank
fig.0-06
Press [
BANK]/[BANK
• Pressing [BANK
] in Patch mode to select a new Bank.
] changes the Bank as shown below.
US (User) -> PA (Preset A) -> PB (Preset B) -> . . . -> GM (General MIDI)-> XA
(Expansion A) -> XB (Expansion B)
• Pressing [
BANK] changes the Bank as below.
You cannot select XA or XP
unless a Wave Expansion
Board is installed into the
corresponding slot.
XB (Expansion B)-> XA (Expansion A)-> GM (General MIDI) -> PH (Preset H) -> PG
(Preset G) -> . . . -> US (User)
Choosing a Patch by Category (Patch Finder)
The XV-5050’s “Patch Finder” allows you to quickly find any Patch.
fig.0-07
2, 5
4
1
3
1. Press [PATCH] to make its indicator light.
2. Press [PATCH FINDER] to make its indicator light.
The current category appears in the upper right of the display.
fig.0-08
3. Press [
CURSOR]/[CURSOR
] to select the desired category.
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4. Turn [VALUE] to choose a Patch in the currently selected category.
5. Press [PATCH FINDER] to turn off its indicator.
* If you press [VALUE] in Step 3, the CATEGORY SELECT screen appears.
fig.00-07
• On the CATEGORY SELECT screen, turn [VALUE] to choose a category, and
then press [VALUE] or [ENTER] to confirm your choice. To find the desired
Patch, perform Steps 4 and 5 above.
You can select the following categories.
Category
Group
Piano
Keys&Organ
Guitar
Bass
Orchestral
Brass
Synth
Pad
Ethnic
Rhythm&SFX
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Display
Category
Contents
—
PNO
EP
KEY
BEL
MLT
ORG
ACD
HRM
AGT
EGT
DGT
BS
SBS
STR
ORC
HIT
WND
FLT
BRS
SBR
SAX
HLD
SLD
TEK
PLS
FX
SYN
BPD
SPD
VOX
PLK
ETH
FRT
PRC
SFX
BTS
DRM
CMB
NO ASSIGN
AC.PIANO
EL.PIANO
KEYBOARDS
BELL
MALLET
ORGAN
ACCORDION
HARMONICA
AC.GUITAR
EL.GUITAR
DIST.GUITAR
BASS
SYNTH BASS
STRINGS
ORCHESTRA
HIT&STAB
WIND
FLUTE
AC.BRASS
SYNTH BRASS
SAX
HARD LEAD
SOFT LEAD
TECHNO SYNTH
PULSATING
SYNTH FX
OTHER SYNTH
BRIGHT PAD
SOFT PAD
VOX
PLUCKED
ETHNIC
FRETTED
PERCUSSION
SOUND FX
BEAT&GROOVE
DRUMS
COMBINATION
No assign
Acoustic Piano
Electric Piano
Other Keyboards (Clav, Harpsichord, etc.)
Bell, Bell Pad
Mallet
Electric and Church Organ
Accordion
Harmonica, Blues Harp
Acoustic Guitar
Electric Guitar
Distortion Guitar
Acoustic and Electric Bass
Synth Bass
Strings
Orchestra Ensemble
Orchestra Hit, Hit
Winds (Oboe, Clarinet, etc.)
Flute, Piccolo
Acoustic Brass
Synth Brass
Sax
Hard Synth Lead
Soft Synth Lead
Techno Synth
Pulsating Synth
Synth FX (Noise, etc.)
Poly Synth
Bright Pad Synth
Soft Pad Synth
Vox, Choir
Plucked (Harp, etc.)
Other Ethnic
Fretted Inst (Mandolin, etc.)
Percussion
Sound FX
Beat and Groove
Drum Set
Other Patches which use Split and Layer
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Playing Sounds
Quick Start
Setting a Patch’s Pitch in Octave Steps
(Octave Shift)
In Patch mode, you can easily change the pitch of an entire Patch.
Each time you press [
CURSOR]/[CURSOR
], the pitch changes in one-octave
steps. You can adjust a Patch’s pitch by as much as +/- 3 octaves.
fig.0-09
Switching Modes (Patch, Performance, or
Rhythm Set)
In addition to Patch mode, the XV-5050 also features three other modes: Performance
mode, Rhythm Set mode, and GM2 mode.
PERFORM (Performance Mode)
Choose this mode when using the XV-5050 as a multitimbral sound module or when
changing Performance settings.
When you press [PERFORM], its indicator lights, and you enter Performance mode.
PATCH (Patch Mode)
Choose this mode when playing a single Patch from a keyboard or when changing
Patch settings.
When you press [PATCH], its indicator lights, and you enter Patch mode.
RHYTHM (Rhythm Set Mode)
Choose this mode when playing Rhythm Sets from a keyboard or when changing
Rhythm Set settings. XV-5050 Rhythm Sets can be used in any Part in a Performance.
You can also select the desired multi-effects for a Rhythm Set.
When you hold down [SHIFT] and press [PATCH], the [PATCH] indicator blinks,
and you enter Rhythm Set mode.
GM (General MIDI 2 Mode)
Choose this mode when using the XV-5050 as a General MIDI 2 compatible sound
module.
When you hold down [SHIFT] and press [PERFORM], the [PERFORM] indicator
blinks, and you enter General MIDI 2 mode.
General MIDI is a set of recommendations that standardizes the MIDI capabilities of
sound modules. Sound modules and music files that adhere to the General MIDI
standard bear the General MIDI logo (
). Music files bearing the General MIDI
logo can be played back using any General MIDI sound module with essentially the
same musical results.
The upwardly compatible General MIDI 2 (
) recommendations pick up where
General MIDI leaves off, offering enhanced expressive capabilities and even greater
compatibility.
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Issues not covered by the original General MIDI standard – such as how sounds are
to be edited, and how effects should be handled – are precisely defined in General
MIDI 2. Moreover, the available sounds have been expanded. General MIDI 2
compliant sound modules are capable of reliably playing back music files that carry
either the General MIDI or General MIDI 2 logo. In some cases, the conventional
form of General MIDI, which does not include the new enhancements, is referred to
as “General MIDI 1” as a way of distinguishing it from General MIDI 2.
What is a Performance?
With Performances, you can combine a total of up to sixteen separate Patches and
Rhythm Sets to produce complex, rich ensemble textures. In other words, a
Performance allows you to produce sixteen separate sounds with a single XV-5050.
A sound module that can simultaneously produce multiple sounds – such as the XV5050 – is called a “multitimbral” sound module.
What is a Rhythm Set?
A Rhythm Set is a group of percussion instrument sounds. Since these sounds are
not typically used for performing melodies, it’s not necessary to play them at
different pitches across a keyboard. However, it is important to be able to play a
number of percussion instruments at the same time. A Rhythm Set lets you play
different percussion sounds by pressing different keys on your keyboard.
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Playing Sounds
Quick Start
Playing Multiple Layered Patches (Layer)
The collected assignment of Patches or Rhythm Sets to the XV-5050’s sixteen Parts is
referred to as a “Performance.”
fig.Performance
Performance
Part 16
Part11
Patch/
Rhythm set
Part10
Patch/
Rhythm set
Part 9
Part 1
Patch/
Rhythm set
You can set a number of Parts to the same MIDI reception channel so that their
Patches sound at the same time. This type of Performance is referred to as a Layer.
Let’s try this technique using Performance “PB:001 Dulcimar&Gtr,” playing two
layered Patches.
Selecting Performance “PB:001 Dulcimar&Gtr”
fig.0-10
2
1
2
1. Press [PERFORM] to make its indicator light.
2. Use [BANK
] and [VALUE] to choose “PB:001 Dulcimar&Gtr.”
Set the MIDI keyboard send channel to “1,” and play the keyboard. Since the Patches
for Part 1 and Part 2 are layered, they play together.
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Playing Sounds
Turning a Part On or Off
Let’s try turning the Parts used in a Performance on and off.
In Performance PB:001 Dulcimar&Gtr, Parts 1, 2 and 10 are turned on.
Let’s try turning Part 2 on and off.
fig.0-11
1
9
3, 5, 8
2 4, 7
6
First, make sure Performance “PB:001 Dulcimar&Gtr” is selected.
1. Press [EDIT] to make its indicator light.
2. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to the upper line
of the display.
3. Turn [VALUE] to choose “MIDI.”
fig.00-08
4. Press [CURSOR
] to move the cursor to the lower left of the
display.
5. Turn [VALUE] to choose “Rx Switch.”
6. Press [
PART]/[PART
] to choose Part 2.
fig.00-09
7. Press [CURSOR
] to move the cursor to the lower right of the
display.
8. Turn [VALUE] to choose “OFF” or “ON.”
9. Press [EXIT] to return to the PERFORM PLAY screen.
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Playing Sounds
Assigning a New Patch to a Part
Quick Start
Here’s how to change the Patch assigned to a Part in a Performance.
We’ll change the patch assigned to Part 2 of Performance “PA:001 Seq:Template” to
“PB:018 Slap Bass 1.”
On the PERFORM PLAY screen, choose Performance “PA:001 Seq:Template.”
1. Press [PERFORM] and [PATCH] to make their indicators light.
The patch assigned to the current part appears.
fig.00-10
2. Press [
PART]/[PART
] to choose Part 2.
Phrase Preview feature is also
available in Performance
mode. The patch on the current
part will sound.
fig.00-11
3. Turn [VALUE] to choose “018 Slap Bass 1.”
4. Press [PERFORM] to return to the PERFORM PLAY screen.
Changing the MIDI Reception Channel of Each Part
On the PERFORM PLAY screen, choose the Performance you wish to use.
1. Press [EDIT] to make its indicator light.
2. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to the upper line
of the display.
3. Turn [VALUE] to choose “MIDI.”
4. Press [CURSOR
] to move the cursor to the lower left of the
display.
5. Turn [VALUE] to choose “Rx Channel.”
6. Press [
PART]/[PART
] to choose the Part you wish to set.
fig.00-12
7. Press [CURSOR
] to move the cursor to the lower right of the
display.
8. Turn [VALUE] to choose the desired MIDI channel.
9. Press [EXIT] to return to the PERFORM PLAY screen.
You can play multiple Parts
— and their Patches —
simultaneously by setting
them to the same MIDI
reception channel.
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Playing Sounds
Playing Different Patches In Different Areas
of the Keyboard (Split)
In a Performance, you can divide the keyboard into separate ranges and assign a
different Patch to each range. This can be done by selecting the same MIDI reception
channel for multiple Parts and then changing the pitch range over which each Part
plays. This type of keyboard setup is referred to as a Split.
A split is like a layer in which the Parts’ pitch ranges don’t overlap (Playing Multiple
Layered Patches).
Let’s create a split using Performance “PB:029 Organ/Lead.”
Selecting Performance “PB:029 Organ/Lead”
fig.0-12
2
1
2
1. Press [PERFORM] to make its indicator light.
2. Use [BANK
] and [VALUE] to choose “PB:029 Organ/Lead.”
Play your MIDI keyboard (MIDI transmit channel = 1).
In this Performance, the note range settings for Part 2 and Part 3 are shown below.
Part 2: C4–G9
Part 3: C-1–B3
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Playing Sounds
Setting the Note Range of Each Part
Quick Start
Now let’s change the settings so that Part 2 sounds in the C5–G9 range and Part 3
sounds in the C-1–B4 range.
fig.0-13
1
14
3, 5, 8
10, 13
2 4, 7
9 12
6
11
First, make sure Performance “PB:029 Organ/Lead” is chosen.
1. Press [EDIT] to make its indicator light.
2. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to the upper line
of the display.
3. Turn [VALUE] to choose “COMMON.”
4. Press [CURSOR
] to move the cursor to the lower left of the
display.
5. Turn [VALUE] to choose “Key Range Lower.”
6. Press [
PART]/[PART
7. Press [CURSOR
] to choose Part 2.
] to move the cursor to the lower right of the
display.
8. Turn [VALUE] to choose “C5.”
9. Press [
CURSOR] to move the cursor to the lower left of the
display.
10. Turn [VALUE] to choose “Key Range Upper.”
11. Press [PART
12. Press [CURSOR
] to choose Part 3.
] to move the cursor to the lower right of the
display.
13. Turn [VALUE] to choose “B4.”
14. Press [EXIT] to return to the PERFORM PLAY screen.
Play your MIDI keyboard and notice how the Part’s ranges have changed.
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Playing Sounds
Using an External MIDI Device to Select
Patches and Change Other Settings
Selecting Patches and Rhythm Sets
You can change Patches – including the Patches in each Part of a Performance – and
Rhythm Sets on the XV-5050 via MIDI Part.
In this example, after setting the send channel for the external MIDI device and the
XV-5050’s reception channel (Patch Rx Channel) to “1,” we’ll send a MIDI message
from the external MIDI device to select the XV-5050 Patch “PB:018 Slap Bass 1.”
A Factory Reset sets the
reception channel in Patch
mode to MIDI Channel 1.
1. Use a MIDI cable to connect the MIDI OUT connector on the external
MIDI device to the XV-5050’s MIDI IN connector.
2. Press [PATCH] to make its indicator light.
3. Set the channel used for transmission by the external MIDI device and
the XV-5050’s reception channel to the same MIDI channel (see p. 19).
* A Factory Reset sets the reception channel in Patch mode to MIDI Channel 1.
4. Send a Bank Select MSB (Control Number 0) value of “87” to the XV5050.
* If you want to select a Rhythm Set, send a value of “86.”
5. Next, send a Bank Select LSB (Control Number 32) value of “65.”
6. Send a Program Change with a value of “18.”
The Patch name appearing in the display changes to “PB:018 Slap Bass 1.”
* Each Patch or Rhythm Set has a corresponding Bank Select number and Program number,
as shown below.
Patches
Bank
US (User)
PA (Preset A)
PB (Preset B)
PC (Preset C)
PD (Preset D)
PE (Preset E)
PF (Preset F)
PG (Preset G)
PH (Preset H)
GM (GM2)
XA (Expansion A)
XB (Expansion B)
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Number
001–128
001–128
001–128
001–128
001–128
001–128
001–128
001–128
001–128
001–256
001–
001–
Bank Select number
MSB
LSB
87
00
87
64
87
65
87
66
87
67
87
68
87
69
87
70
87
71
121
0–
93
0–
93
0–
Program
number
001–128
001–128
001–128
001–128
001–128
001–128
001–128
001–128
001–128
001–128
001–
001–
Numbers for XA and XB
will be different depending
on the Wave Expansion
Board you’ve installed. For
more information, refer to
the manual for the SRX.
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Rhythm Sets
Bank
US (User)
PA (Preset A)
PB (Preset B)
PC (Preset C)
PD (Preset D)
PE (Preset E)
PF (Preset F)
PG (Preset G)
PH (Preset H)
GM (GM2)
XA (Expansion A)
XB (Expansion B)
Number
001–004
001–002
001–002
001–002
001–002
001–002
001–002
001–002
001–002
001–009
001–
001–
Bank Select number
MSB
LSB
86
00
86
64
86
65
86
66
86
67
86
68
86
69
86
70
86
71
120
00
92
0–
92
0–
Program
number
001–004
001–002
001–002
001–002
001–002
001–002
001–002
001–002
001–002
001–057
001–
001–
Quick Start
Playing Sounds
Numbers for XA and XB
will be different depending
on the Wave Expansion
Board you’ve installed. For
more information, refer to
the manual for the SRX.
Selecting Performances
To switch Performances, after matching the send channel for the external MIDI
device with the XV-5050’s Performance Control channel (Control Channel p. 108),
send the Bank Select number and Program Change messages.
Upon execution of Factory Reset, Performance Ctrl-Ch is set to “16.” Here, set the
external MIDI device’s send channel to “16,” then try switching the Performance to
PB:029 Organ/Lead.
1. Use a MIDI cable to connect the MIDI OUT connector on the external
MIDI device to the XV-5050’s MIDI IN connector.
2. Press the [PERFORM] button, lighting the indicator.
The XV-5050 reverts to Performance mode.
3. Set the external MIDI device’s send channel to “16.”
For instructions on making this setting, refer to the owner’s manual for the external
MIDI device.
4. Send a Bank Select MSB (Control Number 0) with a value of “85” to
the XV-5050.
5. Next, send a Bank Select LSB (Control Number 32) with a value of
“65.”
6. Send a Program Change with a value of “29.”
The Performance name appearing in the page changes to PB:029 Organ/Lead.
fig. 42.e
* Each Performance has a corresponding Bank Select number and Program number, as shown
below.
Performances
Bank Select number
Program
number
Bank
Number
MSB
LSB
001–064
85
00
001–064
US (User)
PA (Preset A)
001–032
85
64
001–032
PB (Preset B)
001–032
85
65
001–032
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Turning Effects On and Off
You can turn each of the XV-5050’s built-in effects processors (multi-effects, chorus,
reverb, and equalizer) on or off for the entire XV-5050, regardless of its current mode
(Performance, Patch, and Rhythm Set).
fig.0-14
1
3
2
1. Hold down [SHIFT] and press [PATCH FINDER] to make its indicator
blink.
fig.00-13
2. Press [
CURSOR]/[CURSOR
be turned on or off.
] to choose the effects processor to
3. Turn [VALUE] to turn the effect on or off.
MFX (Multi-Effects)
The MFX (Multi-Effects) group offers 90 different effect types. In addition to single
effects such as distortion and delay, the XV-5050 also provides a number of multiple
effects that combine several single effects. The multi-effects group also includes
chorus and reverb effects in addition to the separate chorus and reverb described
below.
Chorus
Chorus adds fatness and breadth to the sound.
Reverb
Reverb adds an ambience to sounds so they seem to be playing in an actual physical
space.
EQ (Equalizer)
Equalizer boosts or cuts specific frequencies within a sound.
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Making a List of Your Favorite Patches
Quick Start
Registering a Patch in the FAVORITE LIST
You can bring together your favorite and most frequently used Patches in one place
by registering them in the FAVORITE LIST. The FAVORITE LIST gives you
immediate access to your favorite Patches, whether they’re in the XV-5050 itself or
on Wave Expansion Boards. You can register up to 64 Patches in this list.
fig.0-15
2, 3
4
1. On the PATCH PLAY screen, choose the Patch you want to register.
2. Press [VALUE].
The FAVORITE LIST screen appears.
fig.00-14
When you choose a favorite
Patch on a Wave Expansion
Board, no sound is
produced for the Patch
unless the corresponding
Wave Expansion Board is
installed.
3. Turn [VALUE] to choose the desired registration destination number.
* There is no factory list of favorites.
4. Hold down [SHIFT] and press [ENTER] to execute the registration.
Press [SHIFT] to display the Registration screen shown in the figure below.
fig.00-15
To delete the registration,
select the patch you want to
delete, and then hold down
[SHIFT] and press [EXIT].
* To cancel the registration, press [EXIT].
5. Press [EXIT] to return to the PATCH PLAY screen.
Directly registering to the list on the PATCH/RHYTHM PLAY page
The following display appears when [SHIFT] is pressed while on the PATCH/
RHYTHM PLAY page.
fig.00-052a.e_80
If [ENTER] is pressed at this stage, the data is registered to the lowest-numbered
opening on the list.
Although the message “COMPLETE” instantly appears in the display when the
registration is executed, if the registration cannot be carried out because the list is
full, the message “Favorite List Full” is displayed instead.
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Making a List of Your Favorite Patches
Selecting a Patch from the FAVORITE LIST
fig.0-16
1, 2, 3
(3)
1. On the PATCH PLAY screen, press [VALUE].
The FAVORITE LIST screen appears.
fig.00-16
2. Turn [VALUE] to select the desired Patch.
3. Press [VALUE] or [ENTER] to confirm your choice and return to the
previous screen.
* To cancel the selection, press [EXIT].
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Connecting to a Computer
Quick Start
If you’re running music software on your computer, you can use the computer to
control the operation of the XV-5050. This allows you to create and play back song
data, select sounds on the XV-5050 from the computer, and create new XV-5050
sounds on the computer.
Two Ways to Connect
You can connect the XV-5050 to a computer using either of two methods:
connecting it with a USB connector and connecting it with MIDI connectors.
A USB cable can connect the XV-5050 to your computer’s USB connector.
A MIDI interface is required for making MIDI connections with a computer. The
MIDI interface is connected to the computer, and two MIDI cables connect the MIDI
connectors of the MIDI interface to the XV-5050’s MIDI connectors.
Connecting with USB Connector
fig.Connection1 (Connection Sample with USB)
USB connector
of your computer
USB cable
XV-5050
C
Once the USB MIDI driver
is installed, it’s not
necessary to turn off the
power for your computer
or the XV-5050 when using
a USB cable to connect your
computer to the XV-5050.
t
Connecting with MIDI Connectors
fig.Connection2 (Connection Sample with MIDI)
Computer without
a USB connector
XV-5050 Rear Panel
MIDI
Interface
MIDI OUT
MIDI IN
MIDI Cable
MIDI Cable
To prevent malfunction and/
or damages to speakers or
other devices, always turn
down the volume, and turn
off the power on all devices
before making any
connections.
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About Patches and Performances
On the XV-5050, sounds are organized according to units called Tones, Patches,
Rhythm Sets, and Performances. This section describes the relationship between
a Patch and a Performance.
What Is a Patch?
The type of sound most commonly played on the XV-5050 is called a Patch. A Patch
is a combination of Tones, which are the smallest units of sound. Each Patch can
contain up to four Tones. If we use the analogy of an orchestra, then Patches are the
musical instruments of the performers.
* For information on Tones, see p. 38.
fig.1-01.e
Tone
1
Tone
2
Tone
3
Tone
4
* You can turn the Tones in a Patch on or off. Only Tones that are turned on are heard when
you play the Patch (p. 39).
What Is a Performance?
It may be easiest to think of a Performance as being the orchestra itself.
To continue the orchestra analogy, a Performance is made up of the parts assigned
to the respective instruments (called, naturally enough, “Parts”). You can enjoy
ensemble play by combining a total of 16 Patches or Rhythm Sets into one such Part.
fig.Performance.e
Performance
Part 16
Part11
Patch/
Rhythm set
Part10
Patch/
Rhythm set
Part 9
Part 1
Patch/
Rhythm set
In other words, a Performance allows you to produce sixteen separate sounds with
a single XV-5050.
If You're Playing Back Song Data Using an External MIDI
Instrument or Sequencing Program
On the XV-5050, press [PERFORM] so its indicator lights, change to the Performance
mode, then start playback of the song data.
* The Patch mode is selected by default. Please be aware that if you try to play song data while
in the Patch mode, only the sound of one Part is played.
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Advanced Use
Advanced Use
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Chapter 1 Creating a Patch
How a Patch Is Organized
TVF (Time Variant Filter)
This specifies how the frequency components of the Tone change.
The type of sound most commonly played on the XV-5050 is called a
Patch. Each Patch can contain up to four Tones.
fig.1-01.e
TVA (Time Variant Amplifier)
This determines how the volume and panning of the Tone change.
Envelope
Tone
1
Tone
2
Tone
3
Tone
4
An envelope applies changes to the Tone over time. There are
separate envelopes for pitch, TVF (filter) and TVA (volume). For
example, you would use the TVA Envelope to modify the way in
which the Tone attacks and decays.
Example 1:A Patch consisting of only one Tone
(Tones 2—4 are turned off).
LFO (Low Frequency Oscillator)
Tone
1
Tone
2
Tone
3
Tone
4
Example 2: A Patch consisting of four Tones.
You can turn the Tones in a Patch on or off. Only Tones that are
turned on are heard when you play the Patch. (p. 39)
You can also set the structure of a Patch to specify how Tones 1 and 2
and Tones 3 and 4 are combined. (p. 41)
Use the LFO to create cyclical changes—or cyclical “modulation”—
in a Tone. Each Tone has two LFOs. An LFO can be applied to the
Tone’s pitch settings, TVF (filter), and TVA (volume). When an LFO
is applied to pitch, a vibrato effect is produced. When an LFO is
applied to the TVF cutoff frequency, a wah-wah effect is produced.
When an LFO is applied to the TVA volume, a tremolo effect is
produced.
Tips for Creating a Patch
• Choose a Patch that’s similar to the sound you wish to create.
How a Tone Is Organized
Tones are the smallest programmable unit of sound on the XV-5050,
and are the basic building blocks that make up a Patch. You can’t
play a Tone by itself—it can only be played as part of a Patch or
Rhythm Set. A Tone consists of the following five components.
fig.1-02.e
When you want to create a new sound, it’s a good idea to begin
with a Patch that’s close to the sound that you have in mind.
Starting with a Patch that bears no resemblance to the one you
want to create is likely to result in much more programming
work for you. (Choosing a Patch (p. 21))
• Decide which Tones will sound
Tone
LFO 1
LFO 2
When creating a Patch, it’s important to decide which Tones you
want to use. It’s also important to turn off unused Tones to avoid
wasting voices, unnecessarily reducing the number of
simultaneous notes you can play. (See “Choosing the Tones That
Sound” (p. 39).)
• Check the way in which the Tones are combined
WG
TVF
TVA
Pitch
Envelope
TVF
Envelope
TVA
Envelope
audio signal
control signal
WG (Wave Generator)
This selects the PCM waveform material that provides the basis of
the Tone. Two waveforms can be assigned to each Tone.
The XV-5050 has 1083 different waveforms. (See Waveform List p.
138.)
All Patches built into the XV-5050 consist of combinations of Tones
based on these waveforms.
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Structure Type 1&2 and 3&4 are important parameters that
determine how the four Tones are combined. Before you select
new Tones, make sure you understand how the currently
selected Tones are affecting each other. (p. 41)
• Turn off effects
Since the XV-5050 effects have such a profound impact on its
sounds, turn off a Patch’s effects during programming so you
can more clearly hear the changes you’re making. Actually,
sometimes just changing effects settings can give you the sound
you want. (p. 70)
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Chapter 1 Creating a Patch
Choosing the Tones That Sound
(Tone On/Off)
Selecting a Tone for Editing
(Tone Select)
Some parameters can be set independently for each Tone in a Patch.
Here’s how to turn on the Tones that you want to hear in a Patch.
You can also use the on/off technique described in this section to
audition an individual Tone by turning off all the other Tones in a
Patch.
fig.1-03
Chapter 1
fig.1-03
3
2
1. Make sure that the PATCH EDIT screen is displayed.
4
2. Press [TONE] to make its indicator light.
3
1. Make sure that the PATCH PLAY screen is displayed.
2. Choose the Patch you wish to use.
3. If [TONE]’s indicator lights, press [TONE] to make its
indicator dark.
3. Press TONE SW [1]–[4] to choose the Tone you wish to set
up.
Its indicator lights, and the chosen Tone’s number appears in the
upper right of the display.
fig.1-05
4. Press TONE SW [1]–[4] to turn the corresponding Tone on
so that its indicator lights, or off so that its indicator goes
dark.
Settings Common to the Entire
Patch (COMMON)
How to adjust a Patch setting, or “parameter”:
1. Choose the Patch you wish to use.
2. Press [EDIT] to make its indicator light.
3. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to the
parameter group at the upper line of the display.
Parameter Group
Parameter
Value
4. Turn [VALUE] to choose “COMMON.”
5. Press [CURSOR
] to move the cursor to the parameter.
6. Turn [VALUE] to choose the parameter you want to set.
7. Press [CURSOR
] to move the cursor to the value.
8. Turn [VALUE] to choose the desired value.
9. Press [EXIT] to return to the PATCH PLAY screen.
A “*” symbol appears at the left of the Patch name, indicating
that its settings have been changed.
fig.1-05
If you turn off the power or choose another Patch while the “*”
symbol is displayed, your new Patch settings will be lost. If you
wish to preserve them, save the changed Patch using the Write
operation. (p. 104)
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Chapter 1 Creating a Patch
Settings Common to the Entire Patch
* Parameters that can be set independently for each Tone are indicated by T.”
Parameter
Value
Description
Name
Patch Name
space, A–Z, a–z, 0–9, ! " #
$%&’()*+,-./:;<=
>[email protected][¥]^_`{|}
Category
Level
Patch Category
Patch Level
(Refer to p. 22)
0–127
Pan
Patch Pan
L64–63R
Analog Feel
Analog Feel Depth
0–127
You can give a Patch a name of up to 12 characters. Use [
CURSOR]/[CURSOR
] to move the cursor to a character position, and then turn [VALUE] to
choose the desired character.
Specifies the type, or “category” of the Patch. The Patch Finder uses this setting.
Specifies the volume of the Patch.
* You can specify the level of each Tone in a Patch using the Tone Level parameter (TVA p. 48).
Sets the stereo position of the Patch. L64 pans the Patch all the way to the left, 0 is
center and 63R pans it hard right.
* You can specify the pan setting for each Tone in a Patch using the Tone Pan parameter (TVA p. 48).
* While each Tone in a Patch has its own Pan position, the Patch pan setting shifts
the entire Patch—including all of its Tones—leftward or rightward.
Specifies the depth of Analog Feel that is applied to the Patch. Traditional analog
synthesizers often exhibited a degree of instability in their tuning. The XV-5050’s
Analog Feel feature can simulate this characteristic.
Sets the pitch of the Patch in units of an octave.
* This setting can also be adjusted from the PATCH PLAY screen. (p. 23)
Adjusts the pitch of all of the Patch’s Tones simultaneously in semitone steps over
a range of +/-4 octaves.
Adjusts the pitch of all of the Patch’s Tones simultaneously in 1-cent steps (1/100th
of a semitone) over a range of 1/2 semitones up or down.
This setting allows you to apply “stretch tuning” to the Patch. Acoustic pianos typically use stretch tuning, with their lower range slightly flatter and their higher
range slightly sharper than the actual mathematical tuning ratios dictate. Stretch
is therefore useful when programming a Patch intended to sound like a real piano.
With a setting of OFF, the Patch’s tuning is equal temperament. A setting of 3 produces the greatest difference in the pitch of the low and high ranges. This diagram
shows the pitch change relative to equal temperament that occurs in the low and
high ranges. Stretch has a subtle effect on the way in which chords resonate.
Ocatve Shift
-3–+3
Coarse Tune
-48–+48
Fine Tune
-50–+50
Stretch Tune
Stretch Tune Depth
OFF, 1, 2, 3
Pitch difference from
equal temperament
Parameter value
3
2
1
OFF
OFF
1
2
3
Low note range
Priority
Voice Priority
LAST, LOUDEST
Output Asgn
Output Assign
MFX, OUTPUT A/B,
INDIV 1–4, TONE
Clock Source
Patch Clock Source
PATCH, SYSTEM
Tempo
Patch Tempo
20–250
Cutoff Freq
Cutoff Offset
-63–+63
Resonance
Resonance Offset
-63–+63
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High note range
Determines how notes are managed when the XV-5050’s maximum polyphony
limit is exceeded (64 voices).
LAST: Gives priority to the last-played voices. Currently-sounding notes are
turned off in order, beginning with the first-played note.
LOUDEST: Gives priority to the voices with the loudest volume. Currentlysounding notes are turned off beginning with the lowest-volume voice.
Specifies the output destination for the Patch.
MFX: Sends the Patch into the Multi-Effects. The output destination is determined by the Multi-Effects output setting.
OUTPUT A/B: Sends the Patch to the selected pair of OUTPUTs, A or B.
INDIV 1–4: Sends the Patch to the selected INDIVIDUAL output jack, 1–4.
TONE: Sends each Tone in the Patch to its programmed output destination.
Selects the timing reference to be used by the Patch. The LFO cycle, M-FX changes,
phrase loop (break beats), and Tone delay time can be synchronized to a clock, or tempo.
PATCH: Uses the Patch Tempo.
SYSTEM: Uses the global System Tempo or clock messages received from an
external sequencer.
Establishes the Patch’s tempo when Clock Source is set to “PATCH.”
* Clock messages for the Patch Tempo are not transmitted from the MIDI OUT
connector.
Simultaneously lowers or raises the individual TVF cutoff frequency values of the
Tones in the Patch.
Simultaneously lowers or raises the individual TVF Resonance values of the Tones
in the Patch.
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Parameter
Value
Description
Attack
Attack Time Offset
-63–+63
Release
Release Time Offset
-63–+63
Simultaneously lowers or raises the individual TVA ENVELOPE T1 values of the
Tones in the Patch.
Simultaneously lowers or raises the individual TVA ENVELOPE T4 values of the
Tones in the Patch.
Simultaneously lowers or raises the individual TVF VELOCITY V-Cutoff and TVA
V-Sens values of the Tones in the Patch.
Velocity Sens
-63–+63
TMT
With the XV-5050, you can set each Tone’s expression range, or “key range.” You can also change the way the Tone responds to the force, or “velocity,” with which
a key is pressed. These settings are collectively referred to as the TMT (Tone Mix Table).
TMT Vel Control
TMT Velocity Control
OFF, ON, RND
Determines whether Velocity messages from a MIDI keyboard or sequencer are
recognized (ON), or ignored (OFF). When set to RND, the Patch’s constituent
Tones sound randomly, regardless of any Velocity messages.
TMT V-Rng L.Fade
TMT Velocity Fade
0–127
Determines what happens to the Tone’s level when the Tone is played at a
T
Width Lower
velocity lower than its specified velocity range. Higher settings result in a
more gradual change in volume. If you don’t want notes played below the
specified velocity range to be heard at all, set this to 0.
TMT V-Rng Lower
TMT Velocity Range
1–UPPER
Sets the lowest velocity at which the Tone sounds.
T
Lower
TMT V-Rng Upper
TMT Velocity Range
LOWER–127
Sets the highest velocity at which the Tone sounds.
T
Upper
* It is not possible to set the Lower value higher than the Upper value, or the
Upper value below the Lower value.
TMT V-Rng U.Fade
TMT Velocity Fade
0–127
Determines what happens to the Tone’s level when the Tone is played at a
T
Width Upper
velocity greater than its specified velocity range. Higher settings result in a
more gradual change in volume. If you don’t want notes played above the
specified velocity range to be heard at all, set this to 0.
Level
Lower
1
Upper
L.Fade value
TMT K-Rng L.Fade
TMT Key Fade Width
Lower
0–127
TMT K-Rng Lower
TMT K-Rng Upper
TMT Key Range Lower
TMT Key Range Upper
C-1–UPPER
LOWER–G9
TMT K-Rng U.Fade
TMT Key Fade Width
Upper
0–127
Velocity
U.Fade value
Determines what happens to the Tone’s level when a note that’s lower than
the Tone’s specified keyboard range is played. Higher settings result in a
more gradual change in volume. If you don’t want the Tone to sound at all
when a note below the keyboard range is played, set this parameter to 0.
Specifies the lowest note that causes the Tone to sound.
Specifies the highest note that causes the Tone to sound.
T
T
T
* The Lower value cannot be set to a value greater than Upper value, or vice versa.
Determines what happens to the Tone’s level when a note that’s higher than
the Tone’s specified keyboard range is played. Higher settings result in a
more gradual change in volume. If you don’t want the Tone to sound at all
when a note above the keyboard range is played, set this parameter to 0.
T
Level
Key number
0
Lower
Upper
L.Fade value
Struct Type1&2, 3&4
Structure Type 1&2,
3&4
1–10
127
U.Fade value
Determines how Tone 1 and 2, and Tone 3 and 4 are connected.
If you press [CURSOR
] while selecting the Structure, the display will
graphically show the selected Structure. (To return to the previous screen, press
[
CURSOR].)
The displayed symbols have the following meanings.
W: WG, F: TVF, A: TVA, B: Booster, R: Ring Modulator
TYPE 1
TYPE 2
TONE 1 (3)
WG
TVF
TVA
TONE 1 (3)
WG
TONE 2 (4)
WG
TVF
TVA
TONE 2 (4)
WG
TVA
TVF
TVF
TVA
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Parameter
Value
Description
TYPE 3
TONE 1 (3)
TYPE 4
WG
TVA
TONE 1 (3)
TVF
WG
TVA
B
TONE 2 (4)
WG
B
TVF
TONE 2 (4)
TVA
TYPE 5
TONE 1 (3)
WG
WG
TVA
TONE 1 (3)
TVF
WG
TVA
WG
TVF
TONE 2 (4)
TVA
WG
WG
TVF
TONE 1 (3)
TVA
WG
TVF
TVF
TVA
TVA
R
WG
TVF
TONE 2 (4)
TVA
WG
TYPE 10
WG
TVF
TONE 1 (3)
TVA
WG
TVF
R
TONE 2 (4)
TVA
TYPE 8
TYPE 9
TONE 1 (3)
TVF
TVF
R
TONE 2 (4)
TVA
R
TYPE 7
TONE 1 (3)
TVF
TYPE 6
R
TONE 2 (4)
TVF
WG
TVF
TVA
R
TONE 2 (4)
TVA
WG
TVF
TVA
* If Type 2–10 is selected, turning off one Tone will cause the other Tone to be connected in the simple order of WG/TVF/TVA.
Booster1&2, 3&4
Booster Gain 1&2, 3&4
0, +6, +12, +18 dB
Sets the Booster strength when Struct Type has been set to 3 or 4.
What is a Booster?
A Booster amplifies the incoming signal, causing it to distort. This creates
an effect similar to the distortion often used on an electric guitar.
What is a Ring Modulator?
A Ring Modulator mathematically multiplies two Tones, creating a new
sound that includes inharmonic overtones that were not present in either
of the two original Tones.
Since the difference in pitch between the two Tones changes the overtone
structure, an un-pitched “metallic” sound often results. Ring modulation
is therefore especially suitable for creating bells and other metallic sounds.
fig.1-08
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You can edit the Tones in a Patch with a tremendous degree of detail.
Editable parameters are separated into parameter groups as follows.
EFFECTS
Adjusting Effect Settings (p. 70)
CONTROL
Using Controllers to Change How Sounds Are Played (p. 51)
WAVE
Selecting a Waveform (p. 44)
LFO
Applying Vibrato or Tremolo (p. 50)
PITCH
Changing Pitch (p. 45)
TVF
Changing the Brightness with a Filter (p. 46)
Tips for Choosing a Waveform
Because the XV-5050 is designed to create highly realistic sounds, the
success of the editing process depends to a large degree on the PCM
waveforms upon which Tones are based. Therefore, if you try to create a
sound that’s totally different from the waveform(s) you’re working with,
the desired result may be difficult or impossible to achieve.
The XV-5050’s internal waveforms fall into the following two groups.
One-shot: These waveforms contain sounds that have short decays. A
one-shot waveform records the initial rise and fall of its sound. Some of
the XV-5050’s one-shot waveforms are sounds that are complete in
themselves, such as percussive instrument sounds. The XV-5050 also
contains many other one-shot waveforms that are elements of other
sounds. These include attack components such as piano-hammer sounds
and guitar fret noises.
Looped: These waveforms include sounds with long decays as well as
sustained sounds. With looped waveforms, the latter part of the sound
plays over and over for as long as the note is held, allowing wave
memory to be used more efficiently. The XV-5050’s looped waveforms
also include components of other sounds, such as piano-string resonant
vibrations and the hollow overtones of brass instruments.
The following diagram shows an example of a sound—an electric
organ—that combines one-shot and looped waveforms.
fig.1-09.e
TVA ENV for looped Organ
waveform (sustain portion)
TVA ENV for one-shot Keyclick waveform (attack portion)
Resulting TVA ENV change
TVA
+
Changing the Volume (p. 48)
The following shows the basic procedure for setting parameter
values. For a description of each parameter, refer to the reference
page given in the above.
1. Choose the Patch you wish to set up.
2. Press [EDIT] to make its indicator light.
3. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to the
parameter group in the upper line of the display.
4. Turn [VALUE] to choose the parameter group containing the
parameter you wish to set up.
5. Press [TONE] to make its indicator light.
6. Press TONE SW [1]–[4] to choose the Tone you wish to set
up.
Its indicator lights, and the chosen Tone’s number appears in the
upper right of the display.
=
Key-off
Key-off
Notes for editing one-shot waveforms
You cannot give a one-shot waveform a longer decay—or make it into a
sustaining sound—by using an envelope. If you were to program such an
envelope, you would be attempting to shape a portion of the sound that
simply doesn’t exist, and the envelope would have no effect.
Notes for editing looped waveforms
With many acoustic instruments such as piano and sax, extreme timbral
changes occur during the first few moments of each note. This initial attack
is what defines much of the instrument’s character. The XV-5050 provides
a variety of waveforms containing realistic acoustic instrument attacks. To
obtain the maximum realism when using these waveforms, it’s best to
leave the filter wide-open during the attack so that all of these important
timbral changes are heard. If you use an envelope to modify the attack
portion, you may not achieve the result you want. Use enveloping to
produce the desired changes in the decay portion of the sound.
fig.1-10.e
7. Press [CURSOR
] to move the cursor to the parameter
name in the lower-left corner of the screen.
8. Turn [VALUE] to choose the parameter you wish to set.
Looped Portion
Tone change stored
with the wave
9. Press [CURSOR
] to move the cursor to the selected
parameter’s value.
10. Turn [VALUE] to choose the desired value.
11. Repeat Steps 3-10 to finish setting up the Patch.
12. Press [EXIT] to return to the PATCH PLAY screen.
A “*” symbol appears at the left of the Patch name, indicating
that its settings have been changed.
fig.1-05
If you turn off the power or choose another Patch while the “*”
symbol is displayed, your new Patch settings will be lost. If you
wish to preserve them, save the changed Patch using the Write
operation. (p. 104)
Envelope
for the TVF filter
Resulting tone change
If you try to make a waveform’s attack seem brighter by lowering the highfrequency content of its decay using the TVF filter, consider the original
timbral character of the waveform. If you’re making a part of the sound
brighter than the original waveform, you should first generate new upper
harmonics not present in the original waveform by using the FXM Color
and FXM Depth parameters before filtering. This will help you achieve the
desired result. To make an entire waveform brighter, try applying an effect
such as an enhancer and equalizer before modifying the TVF parameter.
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Changing a Waveform (WAVE)
This set of parameters allows you to select the PCM waveform that serves as the basis for the currently selected Tone, apply effects to the
waveform, and control its pitch.
Parameter
Value
Description
Wave Group
INT, XP-A, XP-B
L
R
Gain
Wave Number Left
Wave Number Right
Wave Gain
0001–1083
Switch
TMT Tone Switch
OFF, ON
Tempo Sync
Wave Tempo Sync
OFF, ON
Chooses the desired waveform’s group.
INT: Internal
XP-A, B: Wave Expansion Boards A, B
* It’s not possible to select XP-A, B unless a wave expansion board is inserted
into the corresponding slot.
Chooses the desired waveform. You can choose a separate waveform for the
XV-5050’s left and right channels.
Specifies the gain (or amplitude) of the waveform. An increase of 6 dB doubles
the waveform’s gain. If you intend to use the Booster to distort the waveform’s
sound, set this parameter to its highest value.
Determines whether or not the Tone will be heard in the Patch. In order to make
best use of the available number of simultaneous voices, unused Tones should
be turned off.
* When TONE SW [1]–[4] are turned on or off, this setting is automatically
changed.
Determines whether the waveform is synchronized (ON) or not synchronized
(OFF) to the Patch’s tempo.
WAVE
Group
-6, 0, +6, +12 dB
FXM
FXM (Frequency Cross Modulation) uses a specified waveform to apply frequency modulation to the currently selected waveform, creating complex overtones. This
can be useful when creating wilder sounds or sound effects.
FXM Switch
Wave FXM Switch
OFF, ON
Sets whether FXM will be used (ON) or not (OFF).
FXM Color
Wave FXM Color
1–4
Specifies how FXM will perform its frequency modulation. Higher settings result in a grainier sound, while lower settings result in a more metallic sound.
FXM Depth
Wave FXM Depth
0–16
Specifies the depth of the modulation produced by FXM.
Tone Delay
This produces a time delay between the moment a key is pressed (or released) and the moment the Tone actually begins to sound. Since you can adjust the timing of
each Tone in a Patch, you can create effects in which pressing a single key produces two or more sounds occurring at different times. If you don’t wish to use Tone
Delay, set Tone Dly to NORMAL and Tone Delay Time to 0.
Tone Dly
Tone Delay Mode
NORMAL, HOLD,
Sets the manner in which the Tone sounds.
KEY-OFF-NOR,
* If you’ve selected a Wave that is a decay-type sound (i.e., a sound that fades
KEY-OFF-DCY
away naturally even if the key is not released), selecting KEY-OFF-NOR or
KEY-OFF-DCY may result in no sound being heard.
NORMAL: The Tone sounds after the specified Delay Time.
HOLD: The Tone will only sound if the key is held for longer than the specified
Delay Time. If the key is released before the Delay Time has elapsed, the Tone
will not sound.
Delay Time
release key
press key
Delay
Time
Delay Time
release key press key
press key
KEY-OFF-NOR: The Tone doesn’t sound while the key is
being pressed, but sounds after the specified Delay Time
when the key is released.
release key
KEY-OFF-DCY: The Tone doesn’t sound while the key is being pressed, but
sounds after the specified Delay Time when the key is released. However, for
this setting—unlike KEY-OFF-NOR—the TVA envelope of the Tone begins
when the key is first pressed. As a result, in most cases, only the decay portion
of the sound is heard.
Delay
Time
press key
Tone does
not sound
Delay
Time
release key
press key
Tone Delay Time
0–127, note *1
release key
Specifies the time after which the Tone sounds when using Tone Delay. When
the Struct Type parameter has a setting of 2–10, the outputs of Tones 1 (3) and
2 (4) are combined with Tone 2 (4). Tone 1 (or 3) settings are ignored.
*1:
fig.notelist.e
(Sixty-fourth-note triplet),
(Sixteenth note),
(Eighth-note triplet),
(Dotted quarter note),
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(Sixty-fourth note),
(Half note),
(Thirty-second-note triplet),
(Dotted sixteenth note),
(Whole-note triplet),
(Thirty-second note),
(Eighth note),
(Dotted half note),
(Sixteenth-note triplet),
(Quarter-note triplet),
(Whole note),
(Dotted eighth note),
(Double-note triplet),
(Dotted thirty-second note),
(Quarter note),
(Dotted whole note),
(Half-note triplet),
(Double note)
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Changing Pitch (PITCH)
These settings allow you to set the currently selected Tone’s pitch.
Value
Description
Adjusts the pitch of the Tone in semitone steps over a range of +/-4 octaves.
Adjusts the pitch of the Tone in 1-cent steps (1/100th of a semitone) over a range of half a semitone up or down.
Specifies the width of random pitch deviation that occurs each time a key is pressed. If you don’t want a random pitch change, set this parameter to 0. The setting is adjustable in units of 1 cent (1/100th of a semitone).
Sets the amount of pitch change that occurs per octave on the keyboard. If you want the pitch to change by one
octave for each 12 keys on the keyboard—as on traditional keyboard instruments—set this parameter to +100.
For a two-octave pitch change over the span of 12 keys, set this parameter to +200. Negative (-) values cause
the Tone’s pitch to go down as you go up the keyboard. If you want the same pitch to sound regardless of what
key is pressed, set this parameter to 0.
Pitch
+200
+100
+50
0
-50
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
-200
C6
-100
C7
Key
PITCH ENVELOPE
These parameters determine the amount of pitch enveloping—changes to your basic pitch settings that occur over time—the effect of velocity on the pitch envelope,
and the basic characteristics of the pitch envelope itself.
T1
T2
T3
T4
L1
L0
L3
Pitch
Time
key is
pressed
Envelope
Depth
Envelope VSens
Env Time Keyfl
L2
Pitch Envelope
Depth
Pitch Envelope
Velocity Sensitivity
Pitch Envelope
Time Keyfollow
key is
released
-12–+12
-63–+63
-100–+100
L4
Determines the amount of pitch enveloping to be used—higher settings result in more extreme enveloping.
Negative (-) settings invert the direction of the changes made by the Pitch Envelope.
Adjust this parameter when you want your keyboard playing dynamics (velocity) to affect the amount of pitch
enveloping. With higher settings, there is a greater difference in the amount of enveloping when notes are
played softly or when they’re played hard. Negative (-) settings reverse the direction of change.
Use this parameter when you want the keyboard location of notes to affect times T2–T4 of the pitch envelope.
Higher values for this parameter cause more extreme changes to the T2–T4 settings as you play further away
from Middle C (C4)—at Middle C itself, your original T2–T4 settings are in effect. Positive (+) settings cause
the times to be shortened for notes above Middle C. Negative (-) settings cause the times to be lengthened for
notes above Middle C.
Time
+100
+50
0
-50
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
-100
C7
Key
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PITCH
These parameters set the basic pitch of each Tone.
Coarse Tune
Tone Coarse
-48–+48
Tune
Fine Tune
Tone Fine Tune
-50–+50
Random Pitch
Tone Random
0–1200
Pitch Depth
Keyfollow
Wave Pitch
-200–+200
Keyfollow
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Parameter
Value
Description
-63–+63
Envelope L0–
L4
Pitch Envelope
Time 1 Velocity
Sensitivity
Pitch Envelope
Time 4 Velocity
Sensitivity
Pitch Envelope
Level 0–4
Envelope T1–
T4
Pitch Envelope
Time 1–4
0–127
Use this parameter when you want keyboard playing dynamics to affect T1 (Time 1) of the pitch envelope. If
you want T1 to be sped up for strongly played notes, set this parameter to a positive (+) value. If you want it
to be slowed down, set this to a negative (-) value.
Use this parameter when you want key release speed to affect T4 (Time 4) of the pitch envelope. If you want
T4 to be sped up for quickly released notes, set this parameter to a positive (+) value. If you want it to be slowed
down, set this to a negative (-) value.
Specify the pitch envelope levels. They determine how much the pitch changes from the reference pitch (the
value set with Coarse Tune and Fine Tune) at each point. Positive (+) settings cause the pitch to be higher than
the standard pitch, and negative (-) settings cause it to be lower.
Specify the pitch envelope times. Higher settings lengthen the time until the next pitch is reached. (For example, T2 is the time over which the pitch changes from L1 to L2.)
Envelope V-T1
Envelope V-T4
-63–+63
-63–+63
Changing the Brightness with a Filter (TVF)
The settings for the TVF (Time Variant Filter) allow you to change a Tone’s timbral content by altering its brightness or thickness.
Parameter
TVF
Filter Type
Value
Description
OFF, LPF, BPF, HPF,
PKG, LPF2, LPF3
Selects a filter type. A filter typically reduces, or attenuates, a specific frequency range within a Tone in order to accentuate its other frequencies.
OFF: No filter is used.
LPF: A Low Pass Filter reduces the volume of frequencies above the cutoff frequency in
order to un-brighten the sound. This is the most common filter used in synthesizers.
BPF: A Band Pass Filter reduces the volume of frequencies below and above the cutoff
frequency range. This is most effective when creating sounds with a strong character
since it can accentuate a desired range of frequencies anywhere in the sound.
HPF: A High Pass Filter reduces the volume of the frequencies below the cutoff frequency. This is suitable for creating percussive sounds by rolling of their lower frequencies,
thus emphasizing their higher ones.
PKG: A Peaking Filter emphasizes frequencies around the cutoff frequency by raising
their level. You can use this to create wah-wah effects by employing an LFO to change the
cutoff frequency cyclically.
LPF2: Low Pass Filter 2. This reduces the volume of all frequencies above the cutoff frequency. This differs from LPF in that you can control the amount of the reduction using
the TVF ENVELOPE settings while still maintaining a fixed cutoff frequency. This can be
very effective with acoustic-instrument-based Tones, since nothing is done to weaken the
power and energy of the sound.
* This disables the Resonance setting.
LPF3: Low Pass Filter 3 reduces the volume of frequencies above the cutoff frequency.
While similar to LPF2, it reduces the frequencies more gently than LPF2. This can also be
effective with acoustic-instrument-based Tones.
* This disables the Resonance setting.
Adjusts the frequency at which the filter begins to have an effect on the waveform’s frequency components. With LPF/LPF2/LPF3 selected for the Filter Type parameter, lower cutoff
frequency settings reduce a Tone’s upper harmonics for a more rounded, warmer sound.
Higher settings make it sound brighter. When Filter Type is BPF, the cutoff frequency setting
determines the range of frequencies within the Tone that will be heard. This can be useful
when creating sounds that need to stand out. When Filter Type is HPF, higher settings of the
cutoff frequency decrease the level of the Tone’s low frequencies, preserving its brighter
qualities. When Filter Type is PKG, the cutoff frequency setting determines the range of frequencies to be emphasized.
Increases the level of the cutoff frequency itself to add a popular classic synth character to
the sound. Excessively high settings can produce oscillation, causing the sound to distort.
Cutoff Frequency
0–127
Resonance
0–127
LPF
BPF
Level
High
parameter value
Frequency
Cutoff frequency
Low
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Parameter
Cutoff Keyfollow
Cutof Keyfollow
Value
Description
-200–+200
Use this parameter if you want the cutoff frequency to change according to the key that’s
pressed. At Middle C (C4), the original Cutoff value is used. Positive (+) settings cause the
cutoff frequency to rise for notes higher than Middle C, and negative (-) settings cause the
cutoff frequency to fall for notes higher than Middle C. Higher settings produce greater
amounts of change to the original Cutoff setting.
Cutoff frequency
(Octave)
+100
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+200
+2
+50
+1
0
o
-1
-50
-2
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
-200
C6
-100
C7
Key
TVF VELOCITY
This sets the amount of change to the original cutoff frequency produced in response to differences in velocity, as well as the velocity response curve and velocity’s
effect on Resonance.
Cutoff V-Sens
Cutoff Frequen-63–+63
Sets the amount of change to the Cutoff setting to be applied as a result of changes in playing
cy Velocity Senvelocity. With higher settings, there is a greater amount of change between softly and
sitivity
strongly played notes. Negative (-) settings reverse the direction of change.
Cutoff V-Curve
Cutoff FrequenFIXED, 1–7
Chooses one of seven curves that determine how keyboard playing dynamics (velocity) incy Velocity
fluence the Tone’s cutoff frequency. When V-Curve is set to “FIXED,” the cutoff frequency
Curve
remains unchanged regardless of how hard or soft the keys are played.
1
Resonance V-Sens
TVF resonance
velocity sensitivity
-63– +63
2
3
4
5
6
7
Use this parameter when you want velocity to affect the amount of Resonance. With higher
settings, there is a greater difference in the amount of Resonance between softly and strongly
played notes. Negative (-) values reverse the direction of the change.
TVF ENVELOPE
T1
T2
T3
T4
L1
L0
L2
L3
Cutoff
Frequency
L4
key is
pressed
Envelope Depth
key is
released
TVF envelope
depth
TVF envelope
velocity sensitivity
TVF envelope
velocity curve
-63– +63
Env Time Keyfl
TVF Envelope
Time Keyfollow
-100–+100
Envelope V-T1
TVF Envelope
Time 1 Velocity
Sensitivity
TVF Envelope
Time 4 Velocity
Sensitivity
TVF Envelope
Level 0–4
TVF Envelope
Time 1–4
-63–+63
Envelope V-Sens
Envelope V-Crv
Envelope V-T4
Envelope L0–L4
Envelope T1–T4
-63– +63
FIXED, 1–7
-63–+63
0–127
0–127
Time
This adjusts the amount of filter enveloping. Higher settings produce more change. Negative (-) values invert the effect of the TVF envelope.
Use this parameter when you want keyboard playing dynamics (velocity) to affect the depth
of the TVF Envelope. With higher settings, there is a greater difference in the TVF envelope
depth when you play softly or hard. Negative (-) settings reverse the direction of change.
This selects one of seven velocity curves that determine how velocity will affect the depth of
the TVF Envelope. When set to “FIXED,” the TVF envelope depth remains unchanged, regardless of how hard or soft you play.
Use this parameter when you want a note’s keyboard position to affect times T2–T4 of the
TVF envelope. Higher settings change the times by a greater amount as you move away
from Middle C (C4) - at Middle C, the original T1-T4 settings are in effect. Positive (+) settings cause the times to shorten as you play above Middle C. Negative (-) settings cause the
times to lengthen as you play above Middle C.
Use this parameter when you want keyboard playing dynamics to affect T1 (Time 1) of the
TVF envelope. If you want T1 to be sped up for strongly played notes, set this parameter to
a positive (+) value. If you want it to be slowed down, set this to a negative (-) value.
Use this parameter when you want key release speed to affect T4 (Time 4) of the TVF envelope. If you want T4 to be sped up for quickly released notes, set this parameter to a positive
(+) value. If you want it to be slowed down, set this to a negative (-) value.
Specify the TVF envelope levels. These settings specify how the cutoff frequency changes at
each point, relative to the standard cutoff frequency.
Specify the TVF envelope times. Higher settings lengthen the time until the next cutoff frequency level is reached. (For example, T2 is the time over which L1 changes to L2.)
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Changing the Volume (TVA)
The TVA (Time Variant Amplifier) controls volume changes to the Tone, as well as its stereo positioning.
Parameter
Value
Description
Tone Level
0–127
Pan
Tone Pan
L64–63R
Velocity Sens
TVA Level Velocity Sensitivity
-63–+63
Velocity Curve
TVA Level Velocity Curve
FIXED, 1–7
Sets the Tone’s basic volume. This setting is useful primarily for adjusting the volume balance between Tones in a Patch.
* The overall volume of the Patch is set by the Patch Level (COMMON group p. 40)
setting, raising or lowering the Tone level settings of its individual Tones by the
selected amount.
Specifies the stereo position of the Tone. L64 places the Tone hard left, 0 puts it
dead-center and 63R pans it hard right.
* The overall panning of the entire Patch is set by the Patch Pan parameter (COMMON group p. 40), shifting the Tone Pan values of its individual Tones leftward
or rightward by the selected amount.
Use this setting when you want keyboard touch (velocity) to affect the Tone volume.
Set this to a positive value to have the changes in tone volume increase the more
forcefully the keys are played; to make the Tone play more softly as you play harder,
set this to a negative value.
Chooses one of seven curves that determine how keyboard playing dynamics (velocity) influence the Tone’s volume. When set to “FIXED,” the Tone’s volume not
affected by the force with which the keyboard is played.
TVA
Level
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
BIAS
Use the Bias parameter when you want the position of notes on a keyboard to affect the TVA level.
LOWER
+
Level
UPPER
Level
LOWER&UPPER
+
Level
+
ALL
Level
+
—
0
0
0
0
0
—
—
—
—
+
C-1
Key
Bias Point
G9
Key
C-1
Bias Point
G9
BIas Level
-100–+100
Bias Point
Bias Direction
C-1–G9
LOWER, UPPER, LO&UP,
ALL
C-1
Bias Point
Key
G9
C-1
+
0
—
Bias Point
Key
G9
Adjusts the slope of the volume change that occurs in the selected Bias Direction.
Higher settings produce greater amounts of change to the Tone’s volume. Negative
(-) settings reverse the direction of the change.
Chooses the MIDI key at which the Tone’s volume begins to change.
Determines whether the volume of notes above or below the Bias point—or both—
changes according to their distance from the Bias Point.
LOWER: Notes below the Bias Point are affected.
UPPER: Notes above the Bias Point are affected.
LO&UP: Notes below and above the Bias Point are affected.
ALL: The volume of notes across the entire keyboard are biased according to the
Bias Level slope, based on their distance from the Bias Point.
PAN MODULATE
Use these parameters to dynamically alter the Tone’s stereo position as set by the TVA Pan.
Pan Keyfollow
Tone Pan Keyfollow
-100–+100
Use this parameter when you want each note’s keyboard position to affect its stereo
location. Higher settings cause a greater shifting of the Tone’s original pan position
as you move further away from Middle C (C4), where the original stereo TVA Pan
value remains in effect. Positive (+) settings cause notes above Middle C to be
panned rightward. Negative (-) settings cause them to be panned leftward.
Pan
+100
R
+50
0
o
-50
L
C1
Pan Random Depth
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Tone Random Pan Depth
0–63
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
-100
C7
Key
Use this parameter to activate random panning, note-by-note. Higher values result
in more extreme fluctuations in the Tone’s stereo placement.
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Parameter
Tone Alternate Pan Depth
Pan Alternate
Value
Description
L63–63R
This setting causes panning to be alternated between left and right each time a key
is pressed. Higher values result in a greater left/right width. You can select the stereo placement of the first key using this parameter—its opposite is used for the second note, and so on back and forth. If you want to alternate the pan position of two
Tones, set them to the exact opposite L and R settings.
TVA ENVELOPE
This specifies the manner in which keyboard velocity affects the times of the TVA envelope.
T1
T2
T3
T4
Chapter 1
Level
L1
L2
L3
key is pressed
Time
key is released
Envelope V-T1
TVA Envelope Time 1 Velocity Sensitivity
-63–+63
Envelope V-T4
TVA Envelope Time 4 Velocity Sensitivity
-63–+63
Env Time Keyfl
TVA Envelope Time Keyfollow
-100–+100
Envelope T1–T4
TVA Envelope Time 1–4
0–127
Envelope L1–L3
TVA Envelope Level 1–3
0–127
Use this parameter when you want keyboard playing dynamics to affect T1 (Time
1) of the TVA envelope. If you want T1 to be sped up for strongly played notes, set
this parameter to a positive (+) value. If you want it to be slowed down, set this to a
negative (-) value.
Use this parameter when you want key release speed to affect T4 (Time 4) of the
TVA envelope. If you want T4 to be sped up for quickly released notes, set this parameter to a positive (+) value. If you want it to be slowed down, set this to a negative (-) value.
Use this parameter when you want a note’s keyboard position to affect times T2–T4
of the TVA envelope. Higher settings change the times by a greater amount as you
move away from Middle C (C4)—at Middle C, the original T1–T4 settings are in effect. Positive (+) settings cause the times to shorten as you play above Middle C.
Negative (-) settings cause the times to lengthen as you play above Middle C.
Specify the TVA envelope times. Higher settings lengthen the time until the next
volume level is reached. (For example, T2 is the time over which L1 changes to L2.)
Specify the TVA envelope levels. These settings specify how the volume changes at
each point, relative to the standard volume.
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Chapter 1 Creating a Patch
Applying Vibrato or Tremolo (LFO)
The LFO (Low Frequency Oscillator) can alter various Tone settings in a back-and-forth, cyclic manner. Each Tone has two LFOs, and each can
apply the desired amount of repetitive change to the Tone’s Pitch, TVF cutoff frequency, TVA Level and TVA Pan settings. This can be used as the
Matrix Control source (p. 52).
How to Use the LFO
Applying an LFO to the Tone’s Pitch settings creates vibrato, applying it to its TVF cutoff frequency creates a wah-wah, and applying it to its TVA
Level creates tremolo. When an LFO is applied to the Tone’s TVA Pan, the sound moves back and forth, from one side to another, in the stereo field.
Depending on your settings, an LFO can also be used to cyclically exchange two Tones. For example, if you wish to shift back and forth between Tones 1
and 2, select the same LFO settings for both, but set their LFO TVA Depth settings to opposite polarities—set one to a + value, and the other to a - value.
Parameter
Value
Description
LFO Since both LFOs have the same parameters, the following explanations apply to both.
LFO1(2) Form
LFO1(2) Waveform
SIN, TRI, SAW-UP, SAW-DW,
Chooses the waveform the LFO is to use.
SQR, RND, BEND-UP, BENDSIN: sine wave TRI: triangle wave SAW-UP: sawtooth wave
DW, TRP, S&H, CHAOS
SAW-DW: sawtooth wave (negative polarity) SQR: square wave
RND: random wave
BEND-UP: Once the attack of the waveform output by the LFO is allowed to develop in standard fashion, the waveform then continues
without further change.
BEND-DW: Once the decay of the waveform output by the LFO is allowed to develop in standard fashion, the waveform then continues
without further change. TRP: trapezoidal wave S&H: sample & hold
wave (LFO value is changed one time per cycle) CHAOS: chaos wave
* When setting BEND-UP or BEND-DW, set the Key Sync parameter to
“ON.” If this is “OFF,” BEND-UP and BEND-DW will have no effect.
LFO1(2) Offset
-100–+100
Adjusts the basic width of the LFO waveform.
LFO1(2) Rate
0–127, note *1
Adjusts the basic modulation rate, or speed, of the LFO.
* The Chaos waveform has no wavelength. When the Chaos waveform
is selected, the Rate setting has no effect.
LFO1(2) Detune
LFO1(2) Rate Detune
0–127
This setting allows you to adjust the tuning of the LFO waveform.
LFO1(2) Key Sync
OFF, ON
Sets whether you want the LFO cycle to start in sync with the timing of a
key press (ON) or not (OFF).
LFO1(2) Fade
LFO1(2) Fade Mode
ON-IN, ON-OUT, OFF-IN, OFFSets how the LFO is applied.
OUT
ON-IN: The LFO fades in after the key is pressed.
ON-OUT: The LFO is immediately applied when the key is pressed, and
then fades out.
high (more)
WG Pitch /
TVF Cutoff Frequency /
TVA Level / TVA Pan
low (less)
Delay
Time
Fade
Time
high (more)
Depth
key is
pressed
low (less)
OFF-IN: The LFO fades in after the key is released.
high (more)
Delay
Time
LFO1(2) Fade Time
0–127
LFO1(2) Delay Time
0–127
LFO1(2) Delay Keyfollow
LFO1(2) Pitch Depth
LFO1(2) TVF Depth
LFO1(2) TVA Depth
LFO1(2) Pan Depth
Fade Time
Depth
key is
pressed
OFF-OUT: The LFO is immediately applied when the key is pressed, and
begins fading out when the key is released.
Fade
Time
Delay
Time
high (more)
Depth
WG Pitch /
TVF Cutoff Frequency /
TVA Level / TVA Pan key is
key is
pressed released
low (less)
LFO1(2) Delay Keyfl
WG Pitch /
TVF Cutoff Frequency /
TVA Level / TVA Pan
Delay Time
WG Pitch /
TVF Cutoff Frequency /
TVA Level / TVA Pan key is
pressed
low (less)
Fade
Time
Depth
key is
released
Adjusts the time over which the LFO rises to its full effect or fades away.
(Refer to the diagrams for Fade Mode.)
Sets the time interval between the moment when a key is pressed (or released) and the moment the LFO begins to take effect. (Refer to the diagrams for Fade Mode.)
Adjusts the value for the LFO1/LFO2 Delay Time parameter depending
on the key position, relative to the C4 key (center C). To decrease the time
that elapses before the LFO effect is applied—the effect is continuous—
with each higher key that is pressed in the upper registers, select a positive value. To increase the elapsed time, select a negative value. Higher
values result in greater change. If you don’t want the elapsed time before
the LFO effect is applied to change according to the key pressed, set this
to “0.”
Adjusts how much the LFO affects the Tone’s pitch.
Adjusts how much the LFO affects the Tone’s TVF cutoff frequency.
Adjusts how much the LFO affects the Tone’s TVA Level.
Adjusts how much the LFO affects the Tone’s TVA Pan.
-100–+100
-63–+63
-63–+63
-63–+63
-63–+63
*1:
fig.notelist.e
(Sixty-fourth-note triplet),
(Sixteenth note),
(Dotted quarter note),
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(Sixty-fourth note),
(Eighth-note triplet),
(Half note),
(Thirty-second-note triplet),
(Dotted sixteenth note),
(Whole-note triplet),
(Thirty-second note),
(Eighth note),
(Dotted half note),
(Sixteenth-note triplet),
(Quarter-note triplet),
(Whole note),
(Dotted eighth note),
(Double-note triplet),
(Dotted thirty-second note),
(Quarter note),
(Dotted whole note),
(Half-note triplet),
(Double note)
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Using Controllers to Change How Sounds Are Played (CONTROL)
The parameters in this group determine how various controllers affect the Patch and its Tones.
Parameter
Value
Description
CONTROL
Key Mode Asign
MONO, POLY
Key Mode Legato
OFF, ON
Key Mode Retrig
OFF, ON
Sets how the Patch’s notes are played. The MONO setting is effective
when playing a solo instrument Patch such as sax or flute.
MONO: Only one note sounds at a time.
* While only a single note sounds, that note may, as usual, consist of multiple Tones.
POLY: Two or more notes can be played simultaneously.
Turn this parameter on when you want to use the Legato feature and off
when you don’t. Legato is a function that works only when the Key Assign
Mode is MONO. When Legato is ON, pressing one key when another is
already pressed causes the currently playing note’s pitch to change to that
of the newly pressed key while continuing to sound. This can be effective
when you wish to simulate performance techniques such as a guitarist’s
hammering on and pulling off strings.
The setting determines whether sounds are replayed or not when performing legato. Normally you will leave this parameter “ON.” When Delay Keyfollow is set to OFF, if one key is pressed while another key is held
down, only the pitch changes, which with some waveforms may result in
an unnatural sound. Set this to “OFF” when performing wind and string
phrases or when using modulation with the mono synth keyboard sound.
* If the Legato Switch is “OFF,” this setting is ignored.
PORTAMENTO
Portamento is a function that causes the Patch’s pitch to change smoothly from one note to the next note played. When the Key Mode Asign is MONO, this can be
effective in simulating performance techniques such as a violinist’s glissando.
Portamento Sw
OFF, ON
Turn this switch on when you wish to use Portamento.
Portamento Time
0–127
Sets the time over which one pitch glides to the next.
Portamento Mode
NORMAL, LEGATO
Chooses the way in which Portamento is applied.
NORMAL: Portamento is always applied.
LEGATO: Portamento is applied only for notes played legato (i.e.,
when you press a second key before releasing the first.)
Portamento Type
RATE, TIME
Determines the way in which the pitch difference between the two notes
affects the time it takes to glide from one note to the next.
RATE: The time it takes depends on the distance between the two
pitches.
TIME: The time it takes is constant, regardless of how far apart in pitch
the notes are.
Portamento Start
PITCH, NOTE
Portamento begins anew if you press another key during a pitch movement. This setting specifies how the new portamento starts.
PITCH: The pitch begins changing immediately to the new
NOTE: The pitch begins changing to the new note’s pitch only after it has
note’s pitch when its key is pressed.
first reached its original pitch destination.
Pitch
Pitch
C5
C5
D4
D4
C4
C4
Time
press D4 key
press C5 key
press C4 key
Time
press D4 key
press C5 key
press C4 key
CTRL Rx MIDI (Tone control receive MIDI) These settings determine each Tone’s response to received Pitch Bend, Expression, Pan, Hold1, Damper, and Envelope
Mode MIDI messages.
Rx MIDI Bender
Tone Receive Bender Switch
OFF, ON
If you want the Tone to respond to Pitch Bend messages, turn this
T
parameter on. If not, turn it off.
Rx MIDI Express
Tone Receive Expression
OFF, ON
If you want the Tone to respond to Expression messages, turn this
T
Switch
on. If not, turn it off.
CONTINUOUS: Pan messages are responded to immediately, inRx MIDI Pan
Tone Receive Pan Mode
CONT, KEY-ON
T
stantly changing the stereo position of the Tone.
KEY-ON: The stereo location of the Tone is changed only when the
next note is played. If a Pan message is received while a note is
sounding, its stereo location will not change.
Rx MIDI Hold-1
Tone Receive Hold 1 Switch
OFF, ON
Set this to ON if you wish the tone to respond to Hold1 messages—
T
these messages cause sounds to continue playing when a sustain/
damper pedal is pressed. Set this to OFF when you don’t want the
Tone to respond to Hold1 messages.
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* Parameters that can be set independently for each Tone are indicated by “T.”
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Parameter
Value
Description
Rx MIDI Redamper
Tone Redamper Switch
OFF, ON
Env Mode
Tone Envelope Mode
NO-SUS, SUSTAIN
If a Hold 1 message is received during the time between a note-off—
when you release the key—and the time at which the note actually
disappears, any currently sounding notes will be sustained if Redamper is set to ON. To take advantage of this feature, you must also
turn on the Tone Receive Hold 1 setting.
When a loop-type waveform is selected, it normally continues to
sound as long as a key is pressed. If you want a note to decay naturally even when the key remains pressed, set this to “NO-SUS.”
* If a one-shot type Wave is selected, it will not sustain even if this
parameter is set to “SUSTAIN.”
TMT CONTROL
TMT Control SW
OFF, ON
Bend Range Down
Pitch Bend Range Down
-48–0
Bend Range Up
Pitch Bend Range Up
0–48
T
T
This setting determines whether or not the TMT is controlled by the Matrix Control. When TMT Velocity Control is set to OFF, turning this parameter on and off is a simple way to switch between playing all Tones or
controlling them with the Matrix Control, making this an effective tool for
auditioning Tones.
Specifies the amount of pitch change that’s applied to the Patch’s pitch
when the Pitch Bend lever is moved fully left (or down on some MIDI controllers).
Specifies the pitch change that occurs when the Pitch Bend lever is moved
fully to the right (or up on some MIDI controllers).
MATRIX CTRL
This selects the parameters to be controlled by Matrix Control Source 1–4 and the Sens settings, as well as the specific Tones whose parameters you wish to control. Up
to four destination parameters can be selected for each controller and controlled simultaneously.
Ctrl 1–4 Src
Matrix Control 1–4 Source
OFF, CC01–31, CC33–95,
Assign one of the following controllers to Control Source 1–4. If you wish
BEND, AFTER, SYS1–4, VEto use a controller that will apply to all Patches, or a controller that cannot
LOCITY, KEYFOLLOW,
be directly selected here, select SYS-CTRL1–4, and then select the controlTEMPO, LFO1, LFO2, PITler using the Control Source 1–4 parameters (SYSTEM: CONTROL).
ENV, TVF-ENV, TVA-ENV
Ctl1–4 Dest1–4
Matrix Control 1–4 DestinaOFF, PCH, CUT, RES, LEV,
Selects a parameter to be controlled.
tion 1–4
PAN, DRY, CHO, REV,
PIT-LFO1(2), TVF-LFO1(2),
TVA-LFO1(2), PAN-LFO1(2),
LFO1(2)-RATE, PIT-ATK,
PIT-DCY, PIT-REL,
TVF-ATK, TVF-DCY,
TVF-REL, TVA-ATK,
TVA-DCY, TVA-REL, TMT,
FXM, MFX-CTRL1–4
Ctl1–4 Sens1–4
Matrix Control 1–4 Sens 1–4
-63–+63
Adjusts the amount of change that occurs in response to controller changes. Negative (-) values invert the change. For LFO rates, negative (-) values
slow down the LFO, and positive (+) values speed it up.
Ctl1–4 Switch1–4
Matrix Control 1–4 Tone ConOFF, ON, REVERSE
Selects the Tone to which the two previous parameter settings are
T
trol Switch 1–4
applied. “ON” turns signifies that the Tone is selected for control,
“OFF” that it’s not selected, and “REVERSE” that the change being
applied is inverted when applied to this Tone.
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Adjusting Effect Settings
Refer to “Patch/Rhythm Set Mode Settings” (p. 70).
Patch Name Copy
Saving Patches You Create
1. Select the Patch whose name you wish to change.
Refer to “Saving a Patch” (p. 104).
2. Press [UTILITY] to make its indicator light.
Copying Settings Between
Patches (Patch Tone Copy)
Tone settings from a Patch can be copied to the currently selected
Patch. You can use this feature to make the Patch-editing process
faster and easier.
1. Make sure that a Patch is selected.
3. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to
the upper left of the display.
4. Turn [VALUE] to choose “COPY NAME.”
5. Press [CURSOR
] to move the cursor to the lower
right of the display.
2. Press [UTILITY] to make its indicator light.
6. Turn [VALUE] to choose the Patch whose name you
wish to copy.
3. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to the
upper left of the display.
7. Press [ENTER] to execute the Copy.
4. Turn [VALUE] to choose “COPY TONE.”
* To cancel, press [EXIT].
8. Press [EXIT] to return to the PATCH PLAY screen.
5. Press [CURSOR
] twice to move the cursor to the lower
right of the display.
6. Turn [VALUE] to choose the Patch containing the settings
you wish to copy.
“TEMP” means the currently selected Patch.
7. Use [
CURSOR]/[CURSOR
] and [VALUE] to choose
the Tone containing the settings you wish to copy (From),
and the Tone to which you want to copy the settings (To).
8. Press [ENTER] to execute the Copy.
* To cancel, press [EXIT].
9. Press [EXIT] to return to the PATCH PLAY screen.
A “*” symbol appears at the left of the Patch name, indicating
that the Copy has been executed.
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You can copy the name of a Patch to the currently selected
Patch.
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Chapter 2. Creating a Rhythm Set
How Percussion Instruments
Are Organized
A Rhythm Set is a collection of Rhythm Tones, each of which
represents a percussion instrument played on a single key. An
instrument consists of the following four elements.
fig.2-01.e
Rhythm Set
Using MIDI Keyboard to Select
a Percussion Instrument for
Editing
You can set whether you’ll be able to select percussion instruments
for editing only by operating the XV-5050’s front-panel controls or
also by pressing keys on a connected MIDI keyboard.
1. Press [SYSTEM] to make its indicator light.
2. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to the
parameter group in the upper line of the display.
Note Number 98 (D7)
Note Number 97 (C#7)
fig.2-02.e
Parameter Group
Note Number 36 (C2)
Note Number 35 (B1)
Rhythm Tone (Percussion instrument sound)
WG
TVF
TVA
Pitch
Envelope
TVF
Envelope
TVA
Envelope
Parameter
Value
3. Turn [VALUE] to choose "GENERAL."
WG (Wave Generator)
This specifies the PCM waveform (or “wave”) that forms the basis of
the Rhythm Tone - four waveforms can be assigned to each Rhythm
Tone. You can also determine how the pitch of the Rhythm Tone will
change.
The XV-5050 has 1083 different waveforms. (See Waveform List p.
168.)
All Rhythm Sets built into the XV-5050 consist of Rhythm Tones
based on these waveforms.
TVF (Time Variant Filter)
This sets how the frequency characteristics of the Rhythm Tone will
change.
TVA (Time Variant Amplifier)
This sets how the Rhythm Tone’s volume and stereo positioning will
change.
Envelope
An envelope applies changes to the Rhythm Tone over time. There
are separate envelopes for pitch, TVF (filter) and TVA (volume). For
example, you would use the TVA Envelope to modify the way in
which the Rhythm Tone attacks and decays.
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4. Press [CURSOR
] to move the cursor to the parameter at
the lower left of the display.
5. Turn [VALUE] to choose "Rhy EditKey."
6. Press [CURSOR
] to move the cursor to the value.
7. Turn [VALUE] to select the desired setting.
PANEL: Percussion instrument sounds can be selected only by
using the XV-5050’s TONE SW [1]–[4].
PANEL&MIDI: Percussion instrument sounds can be selected
using the XV-5050’s TONE SW [1]–[4] or by pressing a key on a
connected MIDI keyboard.
8. Press [EXIT] to return to the previous screen.
For example, if you wish to use the MIDI keyboard to preview
the percussion sound, choose "PANEL."
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Chapter 2. Creating a Rhythm Set
Settings Common to an Entire Rhythm Set
Setting Procedure:
1. Hold down [SHIFT] and press [PATCH] to make its indicator blink.
The XV-5050 enters Rhythm Set mode.
2. Choose the Rhythm Set you wish to use.
3. Press [EDIT] to make its indicator light.
4. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to the parameter group at the upper line of the display.
fig.2-03.e
Chapter 2
Parameter Group
Parameter
Value
5. Turn [VALUE] to choose "COMMON."
6. Press [CURSOR
] to move the cursor to the parameter.
7. Turn [VALUE] to choose the parameter you want to set.
8. Press [CURSOR
] to move the cursor to the value.
9. Turn [VALUE] to choose the desired value.
10. Press [EXIT] to return to the RHYTHM PLAY screen.
A “*” symbol appears at the left of the Rhythm Set name, indicating that its settings have been changed.
fig.2-04
If you turn off the power or choose another Rhythm Set while the "*" symbol is displayed, your new Rhythm Set settings will be lost. If you
wish to preserve them, save the changed Rhythm Set using the Write operation. (p. 104)
Value
Description
Rhythm set name
space, A–Z, a–z, 0–9, ! " # $ % & ’ ( ) *
+,-./:;<=>[email protected][¥]^_`{|}
Level
Rhythm set level
0–127
Output Asgn
Rhythm output
assign
MFX, OUTPUT A/B, INDIV 1–4,
TONE
Clock Source
Rhythm set clock
source
RHYTHM, SYSTEM
Tempo
Rhythm set tempo
20–250
You can name a Rhythm Set using up to 12 alphanumeric characters. Use
[
CURSOR]/[CURSOR
] to move the cursor, and then turn the [VALUE]
knob to select the desired character.
This sets the overall volume of the Rhythm Set.
* To set the volume of each Rhythm Tone, use the Tone Level (TVA p. 61).
This sets the output destination of the Rhythm Set.
MFX: The Rhythm Set is sent into the Multi-Effects.
OUTPUT A/B: The Rhythm Set is sent to the selected pair of OUTPUTs, A or B.
INDIV 1–4: The Rhythm Set is sent to the selected INDIVIDUAL output jack, 1-4.
TONE: Each Rhythm Tone in the Rhythm Set is sent to its programmed output
destination.
The LFO cycle, M-FX changes, phrase loop (break beats), and Tone delay time can
be synchronized to a clock, or tempo. The Clock Source setting selects the timing
reference to be used by the Rhythm Set.
RHYTHM: The Rhythm Set Tempo will be used.
SYSTEM: The global System Tempo or clock messages received from an external sequencer will be used.
When Clock Source is set to “RHYTHM,” this setting establishes the Rhythm Set’s
tempo.
* Clock messages for the Rhythm Tempo are not transmitted from the MIDI OUT
jack.
Parameter
COMMON
Name
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Setting up Individual Rhythm
Tones
Editing Procedure:
1. Choose the Rhythm Set you wish to set up.
2. Press [EDIT] to make its indicator light.
EFFECTS
Patch/Rhythm Set Mode Settings (p. 70)
CONTROL
Other Settings (p. 61)
WAVE
Modifying a Rhythm Tone’s Waveform and Panning (p. 57)
PITCH
Modifying a Rhythm Tone’s Pitch (p. 59)
TVF
Modifying the Brightness of a Sound with a Filter (p. 59)
TVA
3. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to the
parameter group in the upper line of the display.
4. Turn [VALUE] to choose the parameter group containing the
parameter you wish to set up.
5. Press TONE SW [1]–[4] to choose the Tone you wish to set
up.
[1]: Selects the key one octave below the currently selected key.
[2]: Selects the key a semitone below the currently selected key.
[3]: Selects the key a semitone above the currently selected key.
[4]: Selects the key one octave above the currently selected key.
* You can also press a key on a connected MIDI keyboard to select the
desired percussion instrument sound (key). (p. 54)
The selected key appears in the upper left of the display.
fig.2-05
Making the Volume Change (p. 61)
6. Press [CURSOR
name.
] to move the cursor to the parameter
7. Turn [VALUE] to choose the parameter you wish to set.
8. Press [CURSOR
] to move the cursor to the selected
parameter’s value.
9. Turn [VALUE] to choose the desired value.
10. Repeat Steps 3–10 to finish setting up the Rhythm Set.
11. Press [EXIT] to return to the RHYTHM PLAY screen.
A "*" symbol appears at the left of the Rhythm Set name,
indicating that its settings have been changed.
fig.2-04
If you turn off the power or choose another Rhythm Set while
the "*" symbol is displayed, your new Rhythm Set settings will
be lost. If you wish to preserve them, save the changed Rhythm
Set using the Write operation. (p. 104)
Tips for Choosing Rhythm Tone
Waveforms
Refer to p. 43.
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Modifying a Rhythm Tone’s Waveform and Panning (WAVE)
Selecting a Waveform for Editing
Some parameters can be set independently for each Waveform in a Rhythm Tone.
fig.1-05a
2
Chapter 2
3
1. Choose the Rhythm Tone you wish to set up.
2. Press [TONE] to make its indicator light.
3. Press TONE SW [1]–[4] to choose the waveform you want to set up.
[TONE]’s indicator lights, and the Waveform number appears in the upper right of the display.
fig.2-05a
* Parameters that can be set independently for each Waveform are indicated by "W."
Parameter
WAVE
KeyName
Key name
Value
Description
space, A–Z, a–z, 0–9, ! " # $ %
&’()*+,-./:;<=>[email protected][
¥]^_`{|}
You can name a percussion sound (key) using up to 12 alphanumeric characters. Use
[
CURSOR]/[CURSOR
] to move the cursor, and then turn the [VALUE] knob to select the desired character.
WMT
With the XV-5050, up to four stereo Waves can be assigned to a single Rhythm Tone. You can select the way tones sound according to the force with which the keys
are played, thus allowing you to create Rhythm Tones featuring great expressive power. This function is called WMT (Wave Mix Table).
WMT Group
Wave group
INT, XP-A, XP-B
This selects the desired waveform’s group.
W
INT: Internal
XP-A, B: Wave Expansion Board A, B
* It is not possible to select a Group of a Wave Expansion Board that is not installed.
L
Wave number left
0001–1083
This selects the desired waveform by its number. You can choose a separate waveform
W
for each of the XV-5050’s left and right channels. The selected wave’s name will appear
R
Wave number
to the right of the wave number parameter.
right
WMT Gain
Wave gain
-6, 0, +6, +12 dB
This specifies the gain (or amplitude) of the waveform. The value changes in 6 dB
W
(decibel) steps—an increase of 6 dB doubles the waveform’s gain. If you intend to use
the Booster to distort the waveform’s sound, set this parameter to its maximum value.
WMT Switch
Wave switch
OFF, ON
This specifies whether the Rhythm Tone will sound (ON) or not (OFF). In order to
W
make best use of the available number of simultaneous voices, unused Rhythm Tones
should be turned off.
WMT TemWave tempo sync
OFF, ON
This determines whether the waveform is synchronized (ON) or not synchronized
W
po Sync
(OFF) to the Rhythm Set’s tempo.
WMT Level
Wave level
0–127
This adjusts the volume of each of the Rhythm Tone’s waveforms to establish the deW
sired volume balance between the waves.
* The overall volume of each waveform is determined by the Tone Level setting (TVA
p. 61) combined with the WMT Wave Tone Level setting.
WMT Pan
Wave pan
L64–63R
This establishes the stereo location of the waveform. L64 places it hard left, 0 outs it
W
dead-center and 63R pans it hard right.
* The overall panning of the entire Rhythm Tone is set by the Tone Pan parameter
(TVA p. 61), offsetting the WMT Wave Pan value.
WMT RanWave random pan
OFF, ON
Use this setting to cause the waveform’s panning to change randomly each time a key
W
dom Pan
switch
is pressed (ON) or not (OFF). The range of the panning change is set by the Tone
Rhythm Pan Depth setting (TVA p. 61).
WMT AlterWave alternate
OFF, ON, REV
Set this to ON to pan the Wave according to the Alternate pan depth (TVA p. 61) setW
natePan
pan switch
tings, or to REVERSE when you want the panning reversed. If you do not want the
panning to change each time a key is pressed, set this to OFF.
WMT
Wave coarse tune
-48– +48
This adjusts the pitch of Rhythm Tone in semitone steps (-4– +4 octaves).
W
Coarse Tune
WMT Fine
Wave fine tune
-50– +50
This adjusts the pitch of the Rhythm Tone in 1-cent steps (1/100th of a semitone) over
W
Tune
a range of half a semitone up or down.
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Parameter
Value
Description
FXM
FXM (Frequency cross modulation) uses a specified waveform to apply frequency modulation to the currently selected waveform, creating complex overtones. This
can be useful when creating wilder sounds or sound effects.
WMT FXM
Wave FXM switch
OFF, ON
This sets whether FXM will be used (ON) or not (OFF).
W
Switch
WMT FXM
Wave FXM color
1–4
This specifies how FXM will perform its frequency modulation. Higher settings result
W
Color
in a grainier sound, while lower settings result in a more metallic sound.
WMT FXM
Wave FXM depth
0–16
This specifies the depth of the modulation produced by FXM.
W
Depth
WMT V-Rng
WMT velocity
0–127
This determines what will happen to the waveform’s level when it is played at a velocW
L.Fade
fade width lower
ity lower than its specified velocity range. Higher settings produce a more gradual
change in volume. If you don’t want notes played outside the specified velocity range
to be heard at all, set this to 0.
WMT V-Rng
WMT velocity
1–UPPER
This sets the lowest velocity at which the waveform will sound. This feature is useful
W
Lower
range lower
when you want different waveforms to be heard depending on how hard you play the
Rhythm Set.
WMT V-Rng
WMT velocity
LOWER–127
This sets the highest velocity at which the waveform will sound. This feature is useful
W
Upper
range upper
when you want different waveforms to be heard depending on how hard you play the
Rhythm Set.
* It is not possible to set the Lower value higher than the Upper value, or the Upper
value below the Lower value.
WMT V-Rng
WMT velocity
0–127
This determines what will happen to the waveform’s level when it is played at a velocW
U.Fade
fade width upper
ity upper than its specified velocity range. Higher settings produce a more gradual
change in volume. If you don’t want notes played outside the specified velocity range
to be heard at all, set this to 0.
Level
1
Lower
L.Fade value
WMT Vel
Control
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WMT velocity
control
OFF, ON, RND
Upper
Velocity
U.Fade value
This determines whether Velocity range settings will be recognized (ON), or ignored (OFF).
When set to RND, the Rhythm Set’s constituent Waves will sound randomly, regardless of
any Velocity messages.
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Modifying a Rhythm Tone’s Pitch (PITCH)
Parameter
Value
Description
PITCH
Coarse Tune
Rhythm tone
C-1–G9
This selects the basic pitch at which the Rhythm Tone will play.
coarse tune
Fine Tune
Rhythm tone fine
-50– +50
This adjusts the pitch of the percussion instrument sound in 1-cent steps (1/100th of a semitone) over a range
tune
of half a semitone up or down.
Random
Random pitch
0–1200
This specifies the width of random pitch deviation that will occur each time a key is pressed. If you don’t want
Pitch
depth
random pitch changes, set it to 0. The parameter can be adjusted in units of 1 cent (1/100th of a semitone).
PITCH ENVELOPE
These parameters determine the amount of pitch enveloping—changes to your basic pitch settings that occur over time—the effect of velocity on the pitch envelope,
and the basic characteristics of the pitch envelope itself.
T1
T2
T3
T4
L0
Chapter 2
L1
L3
Pitch
Time
key is
pressed
key is
released
L2
Envelope
Depth
Envelope VSens
Pitch envelope
depth
Pitch envelope velocity sensitivity
-12– +12
Envelope VT1
Pitch envelope
time 1 velocity sensitivity
-63– +63
Envelope VT4
Pitch envelope
time 4 velocity sensitivity
-63– +63
Envelope
L0–L4
Pitch envelope level 0–4
-63– +63
Envelope
T1–T4
Pitch envelope
time 1–4
0–127
-63– +63
L4
This determines the amount of pitch enveloping to be used—higher settings result in more extreme enveloping. Negative (-) settings invert the direction of the changes made by the Pitch Envelope.
Adjust this parameter when you want your keyboard playing dynamics (velocity) to affect the amount of pitch
enveloping. With higher settings, there will be a greater difference in the amount of enveloping when notes are
played softly or when they’re played hard. Negative (-) settings will reverse the direction of change.
Use this parameter when you want keyboard playing dynamics (velocity) to affect T1 (Time 1) of the pitch envelope. With higher settings, the T1 value will change more significantly depending on whether you play softly
or with greater force. With positive (+) settings, greater keyboard velocity will reduce the T1 setting. With negative (-) settings, greater keyboard velocity will increase the T1 setting.
Use this parameter when you want key-off velocity—the speed at which you release a key—to affect T4 (Time
4) of the pitch envelope. With higher settings, the T4 value will change more significantly depending on whether you release the key slowly or quickly. With positive (+) settings, faster key-off velocity will reduce the T4
setting. With negative (-) settings, faster key-off velocity will increase the T4 setting.
Specify the pitch envelope levels. They determine how much the pitch changes from the reference pitch (the
value set with Coarse Tune and Fine Tune) at each point. Positive (+) settings cause the pitch to be higher than
the standard pitch, and negative (-) settings cause it to be lower.
Specify the pitch envelope times. Higher settings lengthen the time until the next pitch is reached. (For example, T2 is the time over which the pitch changes from L1 to L2.)
Modifying the Brightness of a Sound with a Filter (TVF)
The settings for the TVF (Time Variant Filter) allow you to change a Rhythm Tone’s timbral content by altering its brightness or thickness.
Parameter
TVF
Filter Type
Cutoff Frequency
Value
Description
Filter type
OFF,
LPF,
BPF,
HPF,
PKG,
LPF2,
LPF3
Cutoff frequency
0–127
This selects a filter type. A filter typically reduces, or attenuates, a specific frequency range within a Tone in order to
accentuate its other frequencies.
OFF: No filter is used.
LPF: A Low Pass Filter reduces the volume of frequencies above the cutoff frequency in order to round off, or unbrighten, the sound. This is the most common filter used in synthesizers.
BPF: A Band Pass Filter reduces the volume of frequencies below and above the cutoff frequency range. This is
most effective when creating sounds with strong characteristics since it can accentuate a desired range of frequencies anywhere in the sound.
HPF: A High Pass Filter reduces the volume of the frequencies below the cutoff frequency. This is suitable for creating percussive sounds by rolling of their lower frequencies, thus emphasizing their higher ones.
PKG: A Peaking Filter emphasizes frequencies around the cutoff frequency by raising their level. You can use this
to create wah-wah effects by employing an LFO to change the cutoff frequency cyclically.
LPF2: Low Pass Filter 2. This reduces the volume of all frequencies above the cutoff frequency. This differs from
LPF in that you can control the amount of the reduction using the TVF ENVELOPE settings while still maintaining
a fixed cutoff frequency. This can be very effective with acoustic-instrument-based Tones, since nothing is done to
weaken the power and energy of the sound.
* This disables the Resonance setting.
LPF3: Low Pass Filter 3 reduces the volume of frequencies above the cutoff frequency. While similar to LPF2, it
filter reduces the frequencies more gently than LPF2. This can be very effective with acoustic-instrument-based
Tones, since nothing is done to weaken the power and energy of the sound.
* This disables the Resonance setting.
This selects the frequency at which the filter begins to have an effect on the waveform’s frequency components.
With LPF/LPF2/LPF3 selected for the Filter Type parameter, lower cutoff frequency settings reduce a Rhythm
Tone’s upper harmonics for a more rounded, warmer sound. Higher settings make it sound brighter.
When Filter Type is BPF, the cutoff frequency setting determines the range of frequencies within the Rhythm Tone
that will be heard. This can be useful when creating distinctive sounds.
When Filter Type is HPF, higher settings of the cutoff frequency decrease the level of the Rhythm Tone’s low frequencies, preserving its brighter qualities.
When Filter Type is PKG, the cutoff frequency setting determines the range of frequencies to be emphasized.
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Parameter
Resonance
Resonance
Value
Description
0–127
This increases the level of the cutoff frequency to add a popular classic synth character to the sound. Excessively high
settings can produce oscillation, causing the sound to distort.
LPF
BPF
HPF
PKG
Level
High
parameter value
Frequency
Cutoff frequency
Low
TVF VELOCITY
This sets the amount of change to the original cutoff frequency in response to differences in velocity, as well as the velocity response curve and velocity’s effect on
Resonance.
Cutoff VTVF cutoff
-63–
This sets the amount of change to the Cutoff setting to be applied as a result of changes in playing velocity. With higher
Sens
velocity sen+63
settings, there is a greater amount of change between softly and strongly played notes. Negative (-) settings reverse
sitivity
the direction of change.
Cutoff VTVF cutoff
FIXED,
This selects one of seven curves that determine how keyboard playing dynamics (velocity) influence the Rhythm
Curve
velocity
1–7
Tone’s cutoff frequency. When V-Curve is set to “FIXED,” the cutoff frequency remains unchanged regardless of how
curve
hard or soft the keys are played.
1
Resonance
V-Sens
TVF resonance velocity sensitivity
-63–
+63
2
3
4
5
6
7
Use this parameter when you want velocity to affect the amount of Resonance. With higher settings, there is a greater
difference in the amount of Resonance between softly and strongly played notes. Negative (-) values reverse the direction of the change.
TVF ENVELOPE
These parameters determine the amount of filter enveloping—changes to your original cutoff frequency setting that occur over time—the effect of velocity on the
TVF envelope, and the basic characteristics of the TVF envelope itself.
T1
T2
T3
T4
L1
L0
L2
L3
Cutoff
Frequency
L4
key is
pressed
Envelope
Depth
Envelope VSens
Envelope VCrv
Envelope VT1
Envelope VT4
Envelope
L0–L4
Envelope
T1–T4
60
key is
released
TVF envelope depth
TVF envelope velocity
sensitivity
TVF envelope velocity
curve
TVF envelope time 1
velocity sensitivity
-63–
+63
-63–
+63
TVF envelope time 4
velocity sensitivity
TVF envelope level 0–4
TVF envelope time 1–4
-63–
+63
FIXED,
1–7
-63–
+63
0–127
0–127
Time
This adjusts the amount of filter enveloping. Higher settings produce more change. Negative (-) values invert the effect of the TVF envelope.
Use this parameter when you want keyboard playing dynamics (velocity) to affect the depth of the TVF Envelope.
With higher settings, there is a greater difference in the TVF envelope depth when you play softly or hard. Negative
(-) settings reverse the direction of change.
This selects one of seven velocity curves that determine how velocity will affect the depth of the TVF Envelope. The
selected curve is displayed graphically to the right of its value. When set to “FIXED,” the TVF envelope depth remains
unchanged, regardless of how hard or soft you play.
Use this parameter when you want keyboard playing dynamics (velocity) to affect T1 (Time 1) of the TVF envelope.
With higher settings, the T1 value will change more significantly depending on whether you play softly or with greater force. With positive (+) settings, greater keyboard velocity will reduce the T1 setting. With negative (-) settings,
greater keyboard velocity will increase the T1 setting. Use this parameter when you want velocity to affect T1 (time)
of the TVF envelope. For higher settings, there will be a greater difference between softly and strongly played notes.
For positive (+) settings, keyboard velocity will speed up the T1 time. For negative (-) settings, keyboard velocity will
slow down the T1 time.
Use this parameter when you want key-off velocity—the speed at which you release a key—to affect T4 (Time 4) of
the TVF envelope. With higher settings, the T4 value will change more significantly depending on whether you release
the key slowly or quickly. With positive (+) settings, faster key-off velocity will reduce the T4 setting. With negative
(-) settings, faster key-off velocity will increase the T4 setting.
Specify the TVF envelope levels. These settings specify how the cutoff frequency changes at each point, relative to the
standard cutoff frequency.
Specify the TVF envelope times. Higher settings lengthen the time until the next cutoff frequency level is reached. (For
example, T2 is the time over which L1 changes to L2.)
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Making the Volume Change (TVA)
Parameter
TVA
Level
Pan
Pan Random
Pan Alternate
Value
Description
Rhythm tone
level
0–127
Rhythm tone
pan
Random pan
depth
Alternate pan
depth
L64–63R
This sets the Rhythm Tone’s basic volume. This setting is useful primarily for adjusting the volume balance between
Rhythm Tones in a Rhythm Set.
* The overall volume of the Rhythm Set is set by the Level (Rhythm Set Level, COMMON group p. 55) setting, raising or lowering the Tone level settings of its individual Rhythm Tones by the selected amount.
This specifies the stereo position of the Rhythm Tone. L64 places the Rhythm Tone hard left, 0 puts it dead-center
and 63R pans it hard right.
Use this parameter to activate random panning, note-by-note. Higher values result in more extreme fluctuations in
the Rhythm Tone’s stereo placement.
This setting causes panning to be alternated between left and right each time a key is pressed. Higher values result
in a greater left/right width. You can select the stereo placement of the first key using this parameter—its opposite
will be used for the second note, and so on back and forth. If you want to alternate the pan position of two Rhythm
Tones, set them to the exact opposite L and R settings.
0–63
L63–63R
TVA VELOCITY
Velocity
TVA level veSens
locity sensitivity
Velocity
TVA level veCurve
locity curve
-63– +63
FIXED,
1–7
Use this setting when you want keyboard touch (velocity) to affect the Rhythm Tone volume. Set this to a positive
value to have the changes in tone volume increase the more forcefully the keys are played; to make the Rhythm Tone
play more softly as you play harder, set this to a negative value.
This setting allows you to select from seven velocity curves that determine how the force with which the keyboard
is played is to affect the Rhythm Tone’s volume. When set to “FIXED,” the Rhythm Tone’s volume will not be affected by the force with which the keyboard is played.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
TVA ENVELOPE
This specifies the manner in which keyboard velocity will affect the times of the TVA envelope.
Level
T1
T2
T3
T4
L1
L2
L3
Time
key is released
key is pressed
Envelope VT1
Envelope VT4
Envelope
T1–T4
Envelope
L1–L3
TVA envelope time 1
velocity sensitivity
TVA envelope time 4
velocity sensitivity
TVA envelope time 1–4
(TVA envelope level 1–3
-63– +63
-63– +63
0–127
0–127
Use this parameter when you want keyboard playing dynamics (velocity) to affect T1 (Time 1) of the TVA envelope.
With higher settings, the T1 value will change more significantly depending on whether you play softly or with
greater force. With positive (+) settings, greater keyboard velocity will reduce the T1 setting. With negative (-) settings, greater keyboard velocity will increase the T1 setting.
Use this parameter when you want key-off velocity—the speed at which you release a key—to affect T4 (Time 4) of
the TVA envelope. With higher settings, the T4 value will change more significantly depending on whether you release the key slowly or quickly. With positive (+) settings, faster key-off velocity will reduce the T4 setting. With negative (-) settings, faster key-off velocity will increase the T4 setting.
Specify the TVA envelope times. Higher settings lengthen the time until the next volume level is reached. (For example, T2 is the time over which L1 changes to L2.)
Specify the TVA envelope levels. These settings specify how the volume changes at each point, relative to the standard volume.
Other Settings (CONTROL)
Parameter
Value
Description
Rhythm tone pitch
bend range
Rhythm tone envelope mode
0–48
Specifies the amount of pitch change that will occur when you move the Pitch Bend Lever.
NO-SUS,
SUSTAIN
Mute Group
Mute group
OFF, 1–31
Assign Type
Assign type
MULTI,
SINGLE
When a loop-type waveform is selected, it will normally continue to sound as long as a key is pressed. If you want a
note to decay naturally even when the key remains pressed, set this to “NO-SUSTAIN.”
* If a one-shot type Wave is selected, it will not sustain even if this parameter is set to “SUSTAIN.”
The Mute Group function allows you to designate two or more Rhythm Tones that are not allowed to sound simultaneously. For example, in a real-world acoustic drum set, an open hi-hat and a closed hi-hat sound will never occur simultaneously, since they’re produced by the same instrument. To simulate this behavior on the XV-5050, you can set
the open and closed hi-hat Rhythm Tones to the same Mute Group. You can have up to 31 Mute Groups per Rhythm
Set. If you do not want a Rhythm Tone to use a Mute Group, turn the feature off.
This setting determines whether a Rhythm Tone note that is playing is stopped when the same note is played again
(SINGLE), or whether it will continue to play, layered with the new note.
CONTROL
Bend Range
Env Mode
Rx MIDI (Receive MIDI)
These parameters determine how each Rhythm Tone in a Rhythm Set will respond to received Expression/Pan/Hold 1 MIDI messages.
Rhythm tone reIf you want the Rhythm Tone to respond to Expression messages, turn this parameter on. If not, turn it off.
Rx MIDI ExOFF, ON
ceive expression
press
Rx MIDI Pan
switch
Rhythm tone receive pan mode
Rx MIDI
Hold-1
Rhythm tone receive hold 1 switch
CONT,
KEY-ON
OFF, ON
CONT: Pan messages will be responded to immediately, instantly changing the stereo position of the Rhythm Tone.
KEY-ON: The stereo location of the Rhythm Tone will be changed only when the next note is played. If a Pan message
is received while a note is sounding, its stereo location will not change.
If you want the Tone to respond to Hold 1 messages, turn this parameter on. If not, turn it off.
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Effects Settings
Refer to “Patch/Rhythm Set Mode Settings” (p. 70).
Rhythm Set Name Copy
You can copy the name of a Rhythm Set to the current Rhythm
Set.
Saving Rhythm Sets You
Create
Refer to “Saving a Rhythm Set” (p. 104).
Copying the Settings of
Another Rhythm Tone
(Rhythm Key Copy)
Rhythm Tone settings from any Rhythm Set can be copied to any key
of the currently selected Rhythm Set. This function can save time and
effort when creating a Rhythm Set.
1. Make sure that a Rhythm Tone (destination) is selected.
2. Press [UTILITY] to make its indicator light.
3. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to the
upper left of the display.
4. Turn [VALUE] to choose "COPY KEY."
fig.02-06
5. Press [CURSOR
] twice to move the cursor to the lower
right of the display.
6. Turn [VALUE] to choose the Rhythm Set containing the
settings you wish to copy.
"TEMP" means the currently selected Rhythm Set.
7. Use [
CURSOR]/[CURSOR
] and [VALUE] to choose
the Rhythm Set containing the settings you wish to copy
(From), and the Rhythm Set to which you want to copy the
settings (To).
fig.02-07
8. Press [ENTER] to execute the Copy.
* To cancel, press [EXIT].
9. Press [EXIT] to return to the RHYTHM PLAY screen.
A "*" symbol appears at the left of the Rhythm Set name,
indicating that the Copy has been executed.
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1. Select the Rhythm Set whose name you wish to change.
2. Press [UTILITY] to make its indicator light.
3. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to
the upper left of the display.
4. Turn [VALUE] to choose "COPY NAME."
fig.02-08
5. Press [CURSOR
] to move the cursor to the
parameter at the lower left of the display.
6. Turn [VALUE] to choose the desired Rhythm Set whose
name you wish to copy.
7. Press [ENTER] to execute the Copy.
* To cancel, press [EXIT].
8. Press [EXIT] to return to the RHYTHM PLAY screen.
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Chapter 3 Creating a Performance
How a Performance Is
Organized
Turning a Part On or Off
In the XV-5050’s Performance mode, you can play and control up to
16 instrument sounds at the same time, including Patches and/or
Rhythm Sets. Such a set of sounds, as well as an effect setup, can be
saved as a “Performance.” Each Performance is comprised of 16
“Parts,” each of which controls one of its sounds. Because the XV5050 sound generator can play multiple sounds at the same time, it’s
called a “multitimbral sound module.”
1. Choose the Performance you wish to use.
Turn on each Part you wish to use.
2. Press [EDIT] to make its indicator light.
3. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to the
parameter group in the upper line of the display.
4. Turn [VALUE] to select “MIDI.”
5. Press [CURSOR
fig.Performance.e
] to move the cursor to the parameter.
6. Turn [VALUE] to select “Rx Switch.”
Performance
Part 16
Part11
Patch/
Rhythm set
Part10
7. Press [CURSOR
] to move the cursor to the value.
8. Press [
PART]/[PART
turn on or off.
] to select the Part you wish to
Chapter 3
9. Turn [VALUE] to select “ON.”
Patch/
Rhythm set
10. Press [EXIT] to return to the PERFORM PLAY screen.
Part 9
Part 1
Patch/
Rhythm set
How to Adjust a Performance
Setting
1. Choose the Performance you wish to use.
2. Press [EDIT] to make its indicator light.
Basic Ways to Use
Performances
3. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to the
parameter group in the upper line of the display.
Parameter Group
There are three basic ways to use Performances.
Playing Multiple Layered Patches
(Layer)
Parameter
Refer to “Quick Start” (p. 25).
Value
4. Turn [VALUE] to choose “COMMON.”
Playing Different Patches In Different
Areas of the Keyboard (Split)
Refer to “Quick Start” (p. 28).
Using the XV-5050 as a Multitimbral
Sound Module
In Performance mode, you can use the XV-5050 as a 16-part
multitimbral sound module. Let’s try choosing some Parts and their
sounds, and then play the multiple Parts together as a Performance.
5. Press [CURSOR
] to move the cursor to the parameter.
6. Turn [VALUE] to choose the parameter you want to set.
7. Press [CURSOR
] to move the cursor to the value.
8. Turn [VALUE] to choose the desired value.
9. Press [EXIT] to return to the PERFORM PLAY screen.
A “*” symbol appears at the left of the Performance name,
indicating that its settings have been changed.
fig.3-02
The basic steps for doing this include:
• Choosing the Parts to Play (p. 63)
• Choosing a Patch for each Part (p. 65)
• Setting the Parts’ MIDI reception channels (p. 67)
After you’ve completed setting up your Performance, try playing a
sequence from your computer or sequencer using the Performance’s
sounds.
If you turn off the power or choose another Performance while
the “*” symbol is displayed, your new Performance settings will
be lost. If you wish to preserve them, save the changed
Performance using the Write operation. (p. 104)
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Selecting a Part for Editing
Some parameters can be set independently for each Part in a Performance.
1
1. In the PERFORMANCE EDIT screen, press [
PART]/[PART
] to choose the Part whose parameters you wish to edit.
The selected Part’s number appears in the upper right of the display.
Establishing Settings for an Entire Performance (COMMON)
* Parameters that can be set independently for each Part are indicated by “P.”
Parameter
COMMON
Name
Performance Name
Value
Description
space, A–Z, a–z, 0–9, ! " # $ %
&’()*+,-./:;<=>[email protected][¥
]^_`{|}
You can give a Performance a name of up to 12 characters. Use [
CURSOR]/[CURSOR
] to move the cursor to a character position, and then turn [VALUE] to choose
the desired character.
Setting the Keyboard Range
You can set each Part’s keyboard range (Key Range), the area on the keyboard in which the Part sounds. Adjust Part Key Ranges when you wish
to divide the keyboard into areas with a different Patch in each area — this is called a “split.”
Parameter
COMMON
Key Range L.Fade
Key Range Lower
Key Range Upper
Key Range
U.Fade
Value
Description
Part Keyboard Fade
Width Lower
0–127
P
Part Keyboard
Range Lower
Part Keyboard
Range Upper
C-1–UPPER
Determines what happens to the Part’s level when a note that’s lower than its specified keyboard
range is played. Higher settings result in a more gradual change in volume. If you don’t want the Part
to sound at all when a note below the keyboard range is played, set this parameter to 0.
Specifies the lowest note that causes the Part to play its sound.
LOWER–G9
Specifies the highest note that causes the Part to play its sound.
P
Part Keyboard Fade
Width Upper
0–127
P
* It is not possible to set Lower to a value greater than the Upper value, or Upper to a value
less than the Lower value.
Determines what happens to the Part’s level when a note that’s higher than its specified keyboard
range is played. Higher settings result in a more gradual change in volume. If you don’t want the Part
to sound at all when a note above the keyboard range is played, set this parameter to 0.
P
Level
Key number
0
Lower
L.Fade value
Upper
127
U.Fade value
Other Settings
Parameter
COMMON
MFX Control Ch
Solo Part Select
64
Multi-Effects Control
Channel
Value
Description
1–16, OFF
Sets the channel that controls Multi-effects assigned to the Performance.
OFF, 1–16
Select the Part whose sound you want to hear. Parts other than the Part you choose here will not sound.
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Settings for Each Part
Choosing a Part’s Patch or Rhythm Set
You can choose the Patch or Rhythm Set that assigned to each Part.
Parameter
PART
Part Type
Part Group
(US:001–XB:***)
Patch/Rhythm
Set Number
Value
Description
PATCH, RHYTHM
USER, PR-A–H, GM,
XP-A, XP-B
Select the type of sound the Part plays.
Chooses the group (Bank) to which the desired Patch or Rhythm Set belongs.
* It is not possible to choose XP-A, XP-B unless a wave expansion board is inserted into the corresponding slot. (p. 120)
Chooses the desired Patch or Rhythm Set by its number.
US:001–XB:***
Setting a Part’s Volume, Pan, Pitch, and Polyphony
Parameter
PART
Level
Pan
Voice Rsv
Value
Description
Part Level
Part Pan
0–127
L64–63R
Voice Reserve
0–63, FULL
Sets the volume of the Part. This setting’s main purpose is to adjust the volume balance between Parts.
Specifies the stereo position of the Part’s sound. L64 pans the sound hard left, 0 puts it dead-center and 63R pans
it hard right.
Specifies the number of voices that reserved for each Part when more than 64 voices are played simultaneously.
* It is not possible for the settings of all Parts to total an amount greater than 64. The remaining number of available voices is displayed in round brackets at the right of this parameter. Pay attention to this readout as you
make set the Voice Reserve parameter.
Calculating the Number of Voices Being Used
The number of notes, or “voices,” that the XV-5050 can sound simultaneously depends on the number of Tones in the Patches you’re using
and the number of keys being pressed. For example, if you play one note using a Patch that consists of only one Tone, you’ll use up one
voice of polyphony. XV-5050 Tones may use two Waveforms. If a Patch’s Tone uses two Waveforms, the number of voices it requires is
doubled. If two keys are pressed with a Patch that has four Tones, and each Tone uses two Waveforms, a total of sixteen voices are used.
This number is obtained by performing the following calculation. Count the number of Tones with two Waveforms and multiply this
number by 2. Add the number of Tones that use one Waveform. Multiply this total by the number of keys pressed.
The XV-5050 can play up to 64 Tones simultaneously. When you’re using the XV-5050 multitimbrally, keep this in mind, and adjust your
Voice Reserve settings so that each Part is guaranteed at least the minimum number of voices it requires.
Editing the Attack and Release of a Part’s Sound
You can determine how a Part plays a sound by setting it to modify the sound’s programmed cutoff frequency, Resonance, Velocity Sense, and
TVF and TVA Envelope attack and release time settings.
Value
Description
Part Cutoff Offset
Part Resonance Offset
Part Attack Time Offset
-64–+63
-64–+63
-64–+63
Decay Offset
Part Decay Offset
-64–+63
Release Offset
Part Release Time Offset
-64–+63
Vibrato Rate
Part Vibrato Rate
-64–+63
Vibrato Depth
Part Vibrato Depth
-64–+63
Vibrato Delay
Part Vibrato Delay
-64–+63
Velocity Sens
Part Velocity Sensitivity
Offset
-63–+63
Raises or lowers the TVF cutoff frequency settings for each of the Tones in the Part’s sound.
Raises or lowers the TVF Resonance settings for each of the Tones in the Part’s sound.
Raises or lowers the TVF/TVA attack time (T1) settings for each of the Tones in the Part’s
sound.
Raises or lowers the TVF/TVA attack time (T2 and T3) settings for each of the Tones in the
Part’s sound.
Raises or lowers the TVF/TVA release time (T4) settings for each of the Tones in the Part’s
sound.
Adjusts the vibrato speed (the rate at which the pitch is modulated). The pitch will be modulated more rapidly for higher settings and more slowly with lower settings.
Adjusts the depth of the vibrato effect (the depth at which the pitch is modulated). The pitch
will be modulated more greatly for higher settings, and less with lower settings.
Adjusts the delay time until the vibrato (pitch modulation) effect begins. Higher settings will
produce a longer delay time before vibrato begins, while lower settings produce a shorter
time.
Raises or lowers the VELOCITY V-Cutoff and the TVA V-Sens settings for each of the Tones
in the Part’s sound.
Parameter
PART
Cutoff Offset
Resonance Offset
Attack Offset
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You can set a Part’s volume, panning, and the number of notes it can play simultaneously.
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Changing the Pitch
You can set the pitch and bend range each Part uses when playing its sound.
Parameter
PART
Octave Shift
Coarse Tune
Fine Tune
Bend Range
Value
Description
Part Octave Shift
Part Coarse Tune
Part Fine Tune
-3–+3
-48–+48
-50–+50
Part Pitch Bend Range
0–24, PATCH
Adjusts the pitch of the Part’s sound up or down in units of an octave (+/-3 octaves).
Adjusts the pitch of the Part’s sound up or down in semitone steps over a range of +/-4 octaves.
Adjusts the pitch of the Part’s sound up or down in 1-cent steps (1/100th of a semitone) over a range
of half a semitone up or down.
Specifies the amount of pitch change that occurs when you move the Pitch Bend Lever. This overrides
the sound’s own pitch-bend settings. The amount of pitch change downward or upward that occurs
when the lever is moved is the same for both its left and right directions (or down and up on some
MIDI controllers). When PATCH is chosen, the bend range settings for the assigned Patch take effect.
Changing the Way a Part’s Sound is Played
You can set the MONO/POLY, Legato and Portamento each Part uses when playing its sound.
Parameter
Value
Description
Part Mono/Poly
MONO, POLY, PATCH
Legato Switch
Part Legato
Switch
OFF, ON, PATCH
Portamento
SW
Portamento
Time
Part Portamento
Switch
Part Portamento
Time
OFF, ON, PATCH
Sets how the Patch’s notes play. The MONO setting is effective when playing a solo instrument
Patch such as sax or flute.
MONO: Only one note sounds at a time.
POLY: Two or more notes can be played simultaneously.
PATCH: The Part uses the Patch’s Mono/Poly setting.
Turn this parameter on when you want to use the Legato feature and off when you don’t. Legato
is a feature that works only when the Key Assign Mode is MONO. When Legato is ON, pressing
one key when another is already pressed causes the currently playing note’s pitch to change to
that of the newly pressed key while continuing to sound. This can be effective when you wish to
simulate performance techniques such as a guitarist’s hammering on and pulling off strings.
When PATCH is selected, the Patch’s own settings take effect.
Specifies whether the portament effect is applied (ON) or not (OFF). When PATCH is selected,
the settings for the assigned Patch take effect.
Specifies the time over which the pitch changes. Higher settings cause the pitch change to the next
note to take more time. When PATCH is chosen, the settings for the assigned Patch take effect.
PART
Mono/Poly
0–127, PATCH
What is Portamento?
Portamento is an effect that smoothly changes the pitch from the first-played key to the next-played key.
When Key Assign is MONO, applying portamento produces an effect similar to the slide performance
technique of a violinist. Portamento can also be applied when Key Assign is polyphonic (POLY).
Scale Tune
The XV-5050 allows you to use temperaments other than equal temperament.
One set of Scale Tune settings can be created in Patch mode. In Performance mode, each Part can have its own Scale Tune settings.
* The selected scale applies to MIDI messages received from an external MIDI device as well as to local sound generation.
Parameter
PART
Key C–B Scale
Key Scale C–B
Value
Description
-64– +63
Adjusts the pitch of each note in one-cent steps (1/100th of a semitone) relative to its equal-tempered pitch.
<Equal Temperament>
This scale divides an octave into 12 equal parts using the tuning
system that is most widely used in Western music.
Example: Tonic C
Note name
Equal temperament
Pure temperament
Arabian
scale temperament
C
C#
D
Eb
E
F
F#
G
G#
A
Bb
B
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-8
+4
+16
-14
-2
-10
+2
+14
-16
+14
-12
-6
+45
-2
-12
-51
-8
+43
-4
+47
0
-10
-49
<Pure Temperament>
With this tuning, the three fundamental chords sound richer
compared to equal temperament. This effect only applies to one
key, and transposition can produce less-pleasing results.
<Arabian Scale>
In this scale, E and B are a quarter note lower, and C#, F# and G#
are a quarter-note higher compared to equal temperament. The
intervals between G and B, C and E, F and G#, Bb and C#, and Eb
and F# have a natural third-the interval between a major third and
a minor third. On the XV-5050, you can use Arabian temperament
in the three keys of G, C and F.
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Establishing a Part’s MIDI Settings
* Parameters that can be set independently for each Part are indicated by “P.”
* Parameters that can be set independently for each MIDI channel are indicated by “C.”
Parameter
MIDI
Rx Channel
Rx Switch
Mute Switch
Rx Bank Select
Rx Prog Change
Rx Volume
Rx Pan
Rx Expression
Rx Hold-1
Rx Bender
Rx Modulation
Rx Ch Pressure
Rx Poly Pressure
Value
Description
Receive Channel
Receive Switch
1–16
OFF, ON
OFF, MUTE
P
P
P
Receive Bank Select
Switch
Receive Program
Change Switch
Receive Volume Switch
Receive Pan Switch
Receive Expression
Switch
Receive Hold 1 Switch
Receive Pitch Bend
Switch
Receive Modulation
Switch
Receive Channel Pressure Switch
Receive Polyphonic
Pressure Switch
OFF, ON
Sets the MIDI channel to which the Part responds.
This enables (ON) or disables (OFF) the Part’s response to received MIDI messages.
This silences, or “mutes,” the Part when set to MUTE.
* Although the Part’s sound is muted, the Part still receives MIDI messages. Thus, even
when the Part’s sound is switched on or off during playback of a song, the Part continues to keep up with the latest received MIDI data.
Sets whether the Part responds to received MIDI Bank Select messages (ON) or not (OFF).
C
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
Sets whether the Part responds to received MIDI Program Change messages (ON) or not
(OFF).
Sets whether the Part responds to received MIDI Volume messages (ON) or not (OFF).
Sets whether the Part responds to received MIDI Pan messages (ON) or not (OFF).
Sets whether the Part responds to received MIDI Expression messages (ON) or not (OFF).
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
Sets whether the Part responds to received MIDI Hold 1 messages (ON) or not (OFF).
Sets whether the Part responds to received MIDI Bender messages (ON) or not (OFF).
C
C
OFF, ON
Sets whether the Part responds to received MIDI Modulation messages (ON) or not (OFF).
C
OFF, ON
Sets whether the Part responds to received MIDI Aftertouch messages (ON) or not (OFF).
C
OFF, ON
Sets whether the Part responds to received MIDI Polyphonic Aftertouch messages (ON) or
not (OFF).
For each Part, you can select from among four velocity curves to find the one that best
matches the touch of the MIDI keyboard connected to the XV-5050. Set this to “OFF” if
you’re using the MIDI keyboard’s own velocity curve.
C
Velocity Curve
OFF, ON
OFF, 1–4
1
Phase Lock
].
Phase Lock Switch
OFF, ON
2
3
C
C
C
C
C
4
This setting activates (ON) or de-activates (OFF) synchronization of the timing of Parts that
share a common MIDI channel.
* When Part sounds are layered on top of each other as a result of sharing a MIDI channel,
there may be a discrepancy in their timing. The Phase Lock feature can synchronize the
sounds so that they start precisely at the same time. However, since this delays the
sounds slightly in order to line them up, turn this feature off when it’s not needed.
C
Confirming MIDI Information for Each Part (INFO)
In this display you can check the receive status of various types of MIDI message for each Part. This is a convenient way to check that the sound
generator is responding correctly to messages from the keyboard or external MIDI controllers.
1. In Performance mode, press [INFO].
Item
Receive Status
Part 1
etc.
(5, 9, 13)
Part
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
(6, 10, 14) (7, 11, 15) (8, 12, 16)
2. Turn [VALUE] to choose the item you wish to confirm.
3. Press [
PART]/[PART
] to choose the Part you wish to confirm.
4. Press [INFO] or [EXIT] to return to the previous screen.
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To choose the MIDI channel whose parameters you wish to set, press [
PART]/[PART
The selected MIDI channel’s number appears in the upper right of the display.
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Adjusting Effect Settings
Refer to “Performance Mode Settings” (p. 72).
Performance Name Copy
You can copy the name from any Performance to the current
Performance.
Saving Performances You
Create
Refer to “Saving a Performance” (p. 104).
1. Select the Performance whose name you want to
change.
2. Press [UTILITY] to make its indicator light.
3. Press [
CURSOR] some times to move the cursor to
the upper left of the display.
Copying Settings from One
Part to Another
(Performance Part Copy)
4. Turn [VALUE] to choose “COPY NAME.”
Part settings from any Performance can be copied to the currently
selected Part. This can save you time when setting up Parts.
5. Press [CURSOR
] to move the cursor to the lower
right of the display.
1. Make sure that a Part is selected.
6. Turn [VALUE] to choose the desired Performance
whose name you wish to copy.
2. Press [UTILITY] to make its indicator light.
3. Press [
CURSOR] some times to move the cursor to the
upper left of the display.
4. Turn [VALUE] to choose “COPY PART.”
5. Press [CURSOR
] twice to move the cursor to the lower
right of the display.
6. Turn [VALUE] to choose the Performance containing the
Part whose settings you wish to copy.
“TEMP” means the currently selected Performance.
7. Use [
CURSOR]/[CURSOR
] and [VALUE] to select
the Part whose settings you want to copy (From) and the
Part to which you want to copy those settings (To).
8. Press [ENTER] to execute the Copy.
* To cancel, press [EXIT].
9. Press [EXIT] to return to the PERFORM PLAY screen.
A “*” symbol appears at the left of the Performance name,
indicating that the Copy has been executed.
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7. Press [ENTER] to execute the Copy.
* To cancel, press [EXIT].
8. Press [EXIT] to return to the PERFORM PLAY screen.
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Chapter 4 Using the XV-5050 Effects
This chapter explains how effects are applied in Patch/Rhythm Set
mode or Performance mode.
Turning Effects On/Off
The XV-5050’s onboard effects can be turned on/off as a whole.
Effect Types
The XV-5050 has the following four onboard effect processors, and
settings can be made independently for each.
MFX (Multi-Effects)
The Multi-effects are multi-purpose effects that completely change
the sound type by changing the sound itself. Contained are 90
different effects types; select and use the type that suits your aims. In
addition to effects types composed of simple effects such as
Distortion, Flanger, and other such effects, you can also set up a
wide variety of other effects, even connecting effects in series or in
parallel. Furthermore, while chorus and reverb can be found among
the Multi-effects types, the following chorus and reverb are handled
with a different system.
Turn these settings OFF when you wish to listen to the unprocessed
sound as you create a sound, or when you wish to use external
effects processors instead of the built-in effects.
1. Hold down [SHIFT] and press [PATCH FINDER] to make its
indicator blinking.
fig.00-13
2. Press [
CURSOR]/[CURSOR
you wish to turn on/off.
] to select the effect that
3. Turn [VALUE] to select ON or OFF.
Effect ON/OFF settings are global XV-5050 settings. These
settings cannot be made for each Patch or Performance
individually.
Chapter 4
For information about the application of effects in GM mode,
refer to “Making Effects Settings in GM Mode (EFFECTS)” (p.
112).
In GM mode, you cannot use Multi-effects.
Chorus
Chorus adds fatness and breadth to the sound. You can select
whether to use this as a chorus effect or a delay effect.
A GM-exclusive Chorus can be used in GM mode.
Reverb
Reverb adds an ambience to sounds so they seem to be playing in an
actual physical space. Five different types are offered, so you can
select and use the type that suits your purpose.
A GM-exclusive Reverb is used in GM mode.
EQ (Equalizer)
Equalizer boosts or cuts specific frequencies within a sound to adjust
the tone.
* Equalizer is set in System mode (p. 109).
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Chapter 4 Using the XV-5050 Effects
Patch/Rhythm Set Mode
Settings
4. Setting the Multi-Effects Controller
When using MIDI messages to change the Multi-effects
parameters in realtime, select the Multi-effects controller. -> (p.
74)
Only one Multi-effect, Chorus, or Reverb effect can be set for each
Patch or Rhythm Set. You cannot apply differing types of Multieffects, Chorus, or Reverb to each of the Tones or Rhythm Tones
comprising the Patch or Rhythm Set.
5. Setting the Output Destination and Volume for the Sounds
Passing Through the Multi-Effects
Select the output jack and set the output level (volume) of the
sounds passing through the Multi-effects. You can also apply
Chorus or Reverb to the sound that passes through Multi-effects.
-> (p. 74)
Basic Process of Making Effects
Settings
6. Making Chorus Settings
When applying effects in Patch/Rhythm Set mode, the following
procedure is used to make the settings.
Select the Chorus type to be used, and set each of the parameters
for the selected Chorus. -> (p. 74, p. 102)
1. Setting the Output Method of the Direct Sound (Output
Assign)
Settings determining whether or not the signal passes through
the Multi-effects, the jack used to output the sound, and the type
of output (stereo or mono) are made for each individual Patch or
Rhythm Set, or each Tone or Rhythm Tone. -> (p. 71)
7. Setting the Output Destination and Volume for the Sounds
Passing Through the Chorus
Select the output jack and set the output level (volume) of the
sounds passing through the Chorus. You can also apply Reverb
to the sound that passes through Chorus. -> (p. 74)
8. Making Reverb Settings
2. Setting the Amount of Each Effect Applied (Send Level)
Select the Reverb type to be used, and set each of the parameters
for the selected Reverb. -> (p. 74, p. 103)
Set the level (volume) of each effect signal to be sent for each
Tone or Rhythm Tone. -> (p. 71)
3. Making Multi-Effects Settings
Select the type of Multi-effects to be used, and set the parameters
for the selected Multi-effect. -> (pp. 74–101)
9. Setting the Output Destination and Volume for the Sounds
Passing Through the Reverb
Select the output jack and set the output level (volume) of the
sounds passing through the Reverb. -> (p. 74)
Audio Signal Flow
The audio path of direct sounds or sounds that have been passed through the effects in Patch/Rhythm Set mode is shown in the figure below.
fig.3-01
Output Assign
A
TONE/
RHYTHM
TONE
OUTPUT A
B
OUTPUT B
M-FX
Output Assign
M-FX
CHO
Chorus
Output Assign
REV
Reverb
Output Assign
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Setting Procedure
For more information on how to choose Tone/Rhythm Tone,
refer to pages 39 and 56.
You can set the direct sound’s output method and the amount of
effect applied for each Tone or Rhythm Tone individually.
8. Press [CURSOR
1. Choose the Patch/Rhythm Set you wish to use.
9. Turn [VALUE] to select the desired setting.
2. Press [EDIT] to make its indicator light.
10. Press [EXIT] to return to the PATCH/RHYTHM PLAY screen.
] to move the cursor to the value.
A “*” symbol appears at the left of the Patch/Rhythm Set name,
indicating that its settings have been changed.
3. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to the
parameter group in the upper line of the display.
4. Turn [VALUE] to choose “EFFECTS.”
If you turn off the power or choose another Patch/Rhythm Set
while the “*” symbol is displayed, your new Patch/Rhythm Set
settings will be lost. If you wish to preserve them, save the
changed Patch/Rhythm Set using the Write operation. (p. 104)
] to move the cursor to the parameter.
6. Turn [VALUE] to choose the parameter you want to set.
7. Choose the Tone/Rhythm Tone for which you want to make
settings.
Parameter
EFFECTS
Output Asgn
Tone Output Assign
Value
Description
MFX, OUTPUT A/B,
INDIV 1–4
Sets the direct sound’s output method for each Tone or Rhythm Tone.
Sets the direct sound’s volume for each Tone or Rhythm Tone. When Multi-effects are being applied, this sets the amount of the effect that is applied; when Multi-effects are not
applied, this sets the volume of the direct sound.
Sets the chorus depth for individual Tone/Rhythm Tone. If you don’t want to add the
Chorus effect, set it to 0.
Sets the reverb depth for individual Tone/Rhythm Tone. If you don’t want to add the Reverb effect, set it to 0.
Output Level
Tone Output Level
0–127
Chorus Send
Tone Chorus Send Level
0–127
Reverb Send
Tone Reverb Send Level
0–127
MFX: Output in stereo through Multi-effects. You can also apply Chorus or Reverb to the sound that
passes through Multi-effects.
OUTPUT A/B: Output to the OUTPUT A (MIX) / B jacks in stereo without passing through Multieffects.
INDIV 1–4: Output to the INDIVIDUAL 1–4 jack in mono without passing through Multi-effects.
• When the Output Assign parameter (p. 40)/(p. 55) is set to
anything but TONE, the setting made here has no effect.
• When the Struct Type (PATCH:COMMON) parameter has a
setting of Type 2–10, the outputs of Tones 1 and 2 will be
combined with Tone 2, and the outputs of Tones 3 and 4 will be
combined with Tone 4. For this reason, the setting of Tone 1 will
follow the setting of Tone 2, and the setting of Tone 3 will follow
the setting of Tone 4 (p. 41).
For more on how to set each effect, refer to the pages shown
below.
• Multi-effects -> (p. 74, pp. 75–101)
• Chorus -> (p. 74, p. 102)
• Reverb -> (p. 74, p. 103)
• When outputting in mono, the Pan setting is disabled.
• Chorus and Reverb are output in mono at all times.
• When the settings are such that signals are split and output from
the INDIVIDUAL 1 jack and INDIVIDUAL 2 jack, and no plug is
inserted in the INDIVIDUAL 2 jack, the sounds from
INDIVIDUAL 1 and INDIVIDUAL 2 are mixed together, then
output from the INDIVIDUAL 1 jack. This sound comprises the
sounds from the INDIVIDUAL 1 and 2 jacks.
If the Mix/Parallel parameter (SYSTEM:GENERAL) is set to
MIX, all sounds are output from the OUTPUT A (MIX) jacks in
stereo (p. 107).
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Select the type of Multi-effects to be used, and set the parameters
for the selected Multi-effect. You can also Multi-effects settings
for a Patch or Rhythm Set assigned to a Part. -> (pp. 74–101)
Three different Multi-effects can be used in a Performance.
Select which of these three Multi-effects to use with Part Output
MFX Select. With this parameter, the same Multi-effects are applied
to all selected Parts. You can adjust the amount of effect to be
applied to the Parts by adjusting their Send Levels to each of the
effect units.
The Send Level setting for each Tone can also influence effect
intensity.
Furthermore, you can take the Multi-effects you have applied to a
Patch in a Part and apply them to the entire Performance, or just part
of the Performance.
4. Setting the Multi-Effects Controller
When using MIDI messages to change the Multi-effects
parameters in realtime, select the Multi-effects controller. -> (p.
74)
5. Setting the Output Destination and Volume for the Sounds
Passing Through the Multi-Effects
Select the output jack and set the output level (volume) of the
sounds passing through the Multi-effects. You can also apply
Chorus or Reverb to the sound that passes through Multi-effects.
-> (p. 74)
Basic Process of Making Effects
Settings
6. Making Chorus Settings
Select the Chorus type to be used, and set each of the parameters
for the selected Chorus. -> (p. 74, p. 102)
When applying effects in Performance mode, the following
procedure is used to make the settings.
7. Setting the Output Destination and Volume for the Sounds
Passing Through the Chorus
1. Setting the Output Method Used by the Direct Sound (Output
Assign)
Select the output jack and set the output level (volume) of the
sounds passing through the Chorus. You can also apply Reverb
to the sound that passes through Chorus. -> (p. 74)
Settings determining whether or not the signal passes through
the Multi-effects, the jack used to output the sound, and the type
of output (stereo or mono) for each Part. You can also settings
for a Patch or Rhythm Set assigned to a Part. -> (p. 73)
8. Making Reverb Settings
elect the Reverb type to be used, and set each of the parameters
for the selected Reverb. -> (p. 74, p. 103)
2. Setting the Amount of Each Effect Applied (Send Level)
9. Setting the Output Destination and Volume for the Sounds
Passing Through the Reverb
Sets the level (volume) of each effect signal to be sent for each
Part. -> (p. 73)
Select the output jack and set the output level (volume) of the
sounds passing through the Reverb. -> (p. 74)
3. Making Multi-Effects Settings
Audio Signal Flow
The audio path of direct sounds or sounds that have been passed through the effects in Performance mode is shown in the figure below.
fig.3-02
Output Assign
A
PART
OUTPUT A
B
OUTPUT B
M-FX
Output Assign
M-FX A
M-FX B
M-FX C
CHO
Chorus
Output Assign
REV
Reverb
Output Assign
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Setting Procedure
7. Press [
PART]/[PART
you want to make settings.
Here, set the way the direct sound is output and the amount of each
effect to be applied. The settings made here determine whether or
not the signal passes through the Multi-effects, the jack used to
output the sound, and the type of output (stereo or mono).
8. Press [CURSOR
] to move the cursor to the value.
9. Turn [VALUE] to select the desired setting.
10. Press [EXIT] to return to the PERFORM PLAY screen.
1. Choose the Performance Set you wish to use.
A “*” symbol appears at the left of the Performance name,
indicating that its settings have been changed.
2. Press [EDIT] to make its indicator light.
3. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to the
parameter group in the upper line of the display.
If you turn off the power or choose another Performance while
the “*” symbol is displayed, your new Performance settings will
be lost. If you wish to preserve them, save the changed
Performance using the Write operation. (p. 104)
4. Turn [VALUE] to choose “EFFECTS.”
5. Press [CURSOR
] to choose the Part for which
] to move the cursor to the parameter.
6. Turn [VALUE] to choose the parameter you want to set.
Part Output Assign
Value
Description
MFX, OUTPUT A/B,
INDIV 1–4, PATCH
Sets the direct sound’s output method for each Part.
Sets the direct sound’s volume for each Part.
Adjusts the amount of Chorus for each Part. If you don’t want to add the Chorus effect, set
it to 0.
Adjusts the amount of Reverb for each Part. If you don’t want to add the Reverb effect, set
it to 0.
Selects which of the three Multi-effects is to be used.
Output Level
Chorus Send
Part Output Level
Part Chorus Send Level
0–127
0–127
Reverb Send
Part Reverb Send Level
0–127
Output Select
Part Output MFX Select
MFX-A–C
MFX: Output in stereo through Multi-effects. You can also apply Chorus or Reverb to the sound that
passes through Multi-effects.
OUTPUT A/B: Output to the OUTPUT A (MIX)/B jacks in stereo without passing through Multi-effects.
INDIV 1–4: Output to the INDIVIDUAL 1–4 jack in mono without passing through Multi-effects.
PATCH: The Part’s output destination is determined by the settings of the Patch or Rhythm Set assigned to the Part.
• When outputting in mono, the Pan setting is disabled.
• Chorus and Reverb are output in mono at all times.
• When the settings are such that signals are split and output from
the INDIVIDUAL 1 jack and INDIVIDUAL 2 jack, and no plug is
inserted in the INDIVIDUAL 2 jack, the sounds from
INDIVIDUAL 1 and INDIVIDUAL 2 are mixed together, then
output from the INDIVIDUAL 1 jack. This sound comprises the
sounds from the INDIVIDUAL 1 and 2 jacks.
For more on how to set each effect, refer to the pages shown
below.
• Multi-effects -> (p. 74, pp. 75–101)
• Chorus -> (p. 74, p. 102)
• Reverb -> (p. 74, p. 103)
If the Mix/Parallel parameter (SYSTEM:GENERAL) is set to
MIX, all sounds are output from the OUTPUT A (MIX) jacks in
stereo (p. 107).
When the Output Assign parameter is set to PATCH, the output
level settings for the Patch or Rhythm Set as well as the Part go
into effect. If you want the various level settings of the Patch/
Rhythm Set to be reflected as they are, set the various Part levels
to 127 (maximum).
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EFFECTS
Output Asgn
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Parameter
Value
Description
Multi-Effects Source
PERFORM, PART 1–16
Type
Multi-Effects Type
00 (THROUGH) –90
Ctrl Src 1–4
Multi-Effects Control
Source 1–4
Multi-Effects Control
Destination 1–4
Multi-Effects Control
Sensitivity 1–4
OFF, CC01–31, CC33–95,
BEND, AFTER, SYS1–4
Refer to “Multi-Effects
Parameters” (p. 75).
-63– +63
Selects the Multi-effects parameter settings that will be used by the Performance. If you
wish to use the Performance settings, select PERFORM. If you wish to use the settings of
the Patch/Rhythm Set assigned to one of the Parts, select the Part number.
Use this parameter to select from among the 90 available Multi-effects.
* For details on Multi-effects parameters, refer to “Multi-Effects Parameters” (p. 75).
Selects the Control Source to be used for changing the Multi-effects parameters.
Multi-Effects Output
Assign
OUTPUT A/B
Multi-Effects Dry
Send Level
Multi-Effects Chorus
Send Level
Multi-Effects Reverb
Send Level
0–127
Adjusts the volume of the sound that has passed through the Multi-effects.
0–127
Adjusts the amount of Chorus for the sound that passes through Multi-effects. If you
don’t want to add the Chorus effect, set it to 0.
Adjusts the amount of Reverb for the sound that passes through Multi-effects. If you
don’t want to add the Reverb effect, set it to 0.
EFFECTS MFX
Source
Ctrl Dest 1–4
Ctrl Sens 1–4
Output Asgn
Output Dry
Send
Output Cho
Send
Output Rev
Send
Selects the Multi-effects parameter to be controlled using Ctrl Src 1–4. The parameters
that can be selected depend on which type of Multi-effects is set to MFX Type.
If you wish to modify the selected parameter in a positive (+) direction—i.e., a higher value, toward the right, or faster, etc.—from its current setting, select a positive (+) value. If
you wish to modify the selected parameter in a negative (-) direction—i.e., a lower value,
toward the left, or slower, etc.—from its current setting, select a negative (-) value. Higher
numbers produce a greater amount of change.
Adjusts the output destination of the sound that has passed through the Multi-effects.
OUTPUT A: Output to the OUTPUT A (MIX) jacks in stereo.
OUTPUT B: Output to the OUTPUT B jacks in stereo.
0–127
Chorus Settings
Parameter
Value
Description
Chorus Source
PERFORM, PART 1–16
Type
Chorus Type
OFF, CHORUS, DELAY,
GM2 CHORUS
Output Asgn
Chorus Output Assign
OUTPUT A/B
Selects the Chorus parameter settings that will be used by the Performance. If you wish
to use the Performance settings, select PERFORM. If you wish to use the settings of the
Patch/Rhythm Set assigned to one of the Parts, select the Part number.
Selects either Chorus or Delay.
* For details on Chorus parameters, refer to “Chorus Parameters” (p. 102).
Selects the pair of OUTPUT jacks to which the Chorus sound is routed when Chorus
Output Select is set to MAIN or MAIN+REV.
Level
Out Select
Chorus Level
Chorus Output Select
0–127
MAIN, REV,
MAIN+REV
EFFECTS CHO
Source
OUTPUT A: Output to the OUTPUT A (MIX) jacks in stereo.
OUTPUT B: Output to the OUTPUT B jacks in stereo.
Adjusts the volume of the sound that has passed through chorus.
Specifies how the sound routed through Chorus will be output.
MAIN: Output to the OUTPUT jacks in stereo.
REV: Output to Reverb in mono.
MAIN+REV: Output to the OUTPUT jacks in stereo, and to Reverb in mono.
Reverb Settings
Parameter
Value
Description
Reverb Source
PERFORM, PART 1–16
Type
Reverb Type
Output Asgn
Reverb Output Assign
OFF, REVERB, SRV ROOM,
SRV HALL, SRV PLATE,
GM2 REVERB
OUTPUT A/B
Selects the Reverb parameter settings that will be used by the Performance. If you
wish to use the Performance settings, select PERFORM. If you wish to use the settings
of the Patch/Rhythm Set assigned to one of the Parts, select the Part number.
Selects the type of Reverb.
* For details on Reverb parameters, refer to “Reverb Parameters” (p. 103).
EFFECTS REV
Source
Specifies how the sound routed through Reverb will be output.
OUTPUT A: Output to the OUTPUT A (MIX) jacks in stereo.
OUTPUT B: Output to the OUTPUT B jacks in stereo.
Level
74
Reverb Level
0–127
Adjusts the volume of the sound that has passed through Reverb.
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47:
SHUFFLE DLY
48:
3D DELAY
(p. 87)
The multi-effects feature 90 different kinds of effects. Some of the
effects consist of two or more different effects connected in series or
in parallel.
49:
3V PCH SHIFT
(p. 87)
50:
LOFI COMP
(p. 88)
51:
LOFI NOISE
(p. 88)
Parameters marked with a sharp “#” can be simultaneously
controlled using the selected controller.
52:
SPEAKER SIM
◆
(p. 88)
53:
OVERDRIVE 2
◆
(p. 88)
54:
DISTORTION 2
◆
(p. 89)
(p. 87)
1:
STEREO EQ
◆
(p. 76)
STEREO COMP
◆
(p. 89)
2:
OVERDRIVE
◆
55:
(p. 76)
St LIMITER
◆
(p. 89)
DISTORTION
◆
56:
3:
(p. 76)
GATE
◆
(p. 89)
4:
PHASER
◆
57:
(p. 76)
SLICER
◆
5:
SPECTRUM
◆
58:
(p. 76)
ISOLATOR
6:
ENHANCER
◆
59:
(p. 76)
3D CHORUS
(p. 90)
AUTO WAH
◆
60:
7:
(p. 77)
61:
3D FLANGER
(p. 91)
(p. 90)
8:
ROTARY
◆
(p. 77)
TREMOLO
◆
(p. 91)
COMPRESSOR
◆
62:
9:
(p. 77)
AUTO PAN
◆
(p. 91)
10:
LIMITER
◆
63:
(p. 77)
St PHASER 2
(p. 91)
HEXA-CHORUS
◆
64:
11:
(p. 78)
St AUTO WAH
(p. 92)
12:
TREMOLO CHO
◆
65:
(p. 78)
St FORMN FLT
(p. 92)
SPACE-D
◆
66:
13:
(p. 78)
MLT TAP DLY2
(p. 92)
14:
St CHORUS
◆
67:
(p. 78)
REVERSE DLY2
(p. 92)
St FLANGER
◆
68:
15:
(p. 79)
SHUFFLE DLY2
(p. 93)
16:
STEP FLANGER
◆
69:
(p. 79)
3D DELAY 2
(p. 93)
17:
St DELAY
◆
70:
(p. 79)
ROTARY 2
(p. 93)
18:
MOD DELAY
◆
71:
(p. 80)
ROTARY MULTI
(p. 94)
3 TAP DELAY
◆
72:
19:
(p. 80)
KEYBD MULTI
(p. 94)
20:
4 TAP DELAY
◆
73:
(p. 80)
RHODES MULTI
(p. 95)
21:
TM CTRL DLY
◆
74:
(p. 81)
JD MULTI
(p. 95)
2V PCH SHIFT
◆
75:
22:
(p. 81)
St LOFI COMP
(p. 96)
FB PCH SHIFT
◆
76:
23:
(p. 81)
77:
St LOFI NOIZ
(p. 96)
24:
REVERB
(p. 81)
78:
GTR AMP SIM
(p. 97)
25:
GATED REVERB
(p. 82)
STEREO OD
(p. 97)
OD -> CHORUS
◆
79:
26:
(p. 82)
STEREO DIST
(p. 97)
OD -> FLANGER
◆
80:
27:
(p. 82)
81:
GTR MULTI A
(p. 98)
28:
OD -> DELAY
◆
(p. 82)
GTR MULTI B
(p. 98)
DIST -> CHORUS
◆
82:
29:
(p. 83)
83:
GTR MULTI C
(p. 99)
30:
DIST -> FLANGER
◆
(p. 83)
CL GTR MLT A
(p. 99)
DIST -> DELAY
◆
84:
31:
(p. 83)
CL GTR MLT B
(p. 100)
32:
ENH -> CHORUS
◆
85:
(p. 83)
BASS MULTI
(p. 100)
33:
ENH -> FLANGER
◆
86:
(p. 83)
ISOLATOR 2
(p. 101)
34:
ENH -> DELAY
◆
87:
(p. 83)
St SPECTRUM
(p. 101)
CHORUS -> DELAY
◆
88:
35:
(p. 84)
3D AUTO SPIN
(p. 101)
36:
FLG -> DELAY
◆
89:
(p. 84)
3D MANUAL
(p. 101)
CHO -> FLANGER
◆
90:
37:
(p. 84)
38:
CHORUS/DELAY
◆
(p. 84)
39:
FLG/DELAY
◆
(p. 84)
40:
CHO/FLANGER
◆
(p. 85)
41:
St PHASER
◆
(p. 85)
42:
KEYSYNC FLG
(p. 85)
43:
FORMANT FLTR
(p. 86)
44:
RING MOD
◆
(p. 86)
45:
MLT TAP DLY
◆
(p. 86)
46:
REVERSE DLY
Chapter 4
(p. 90)
If a multi-effect marked by a “◆” symbol is selected as the MFX-A
multi-effect in Performance mode, three types (MFX-A–MFX-C) of
multi-effect can be used simultaneously. Only multi-effects marked
by this symbol can be selected for MFX-B and MFX-C.
(p. 86)
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1: STEREO EQ (Stereo Equalizer)
4: PHASER
This is a four-band stereo equalizer (low, mid x 2, high).
Adds a phase-shifted sound to the original sound, producing a
swirling modulation that creates spaciousness and depth.
fig.02-001m
L in
fig.02-004m
L out
4-Band EQ
L in
L out
Pan L
R in
Phaser
R out
4-Band EQ
Mix
R in
Parameter
Value
Description
Low Freq
Low Gain
Mid1 Freq
Mid1 Gain
Mid1 Q
200, 400 Hz
-15-+15 dB
200-8000 Hz
-15-+15 dB
0.5, 1.0, 2.0, 4.0,
8.0
Frequency of the low range
Gain of the low frequency range
Frequency of Middle Range 1
Gain of Middle Range 1
Width of Middle Range 1
200-8000 Hz
-15-+15 dB
0.5, 1.0, 2.0, 4.0,
8.0
Frequency of Middle Range 2
Gain of Middle Range 2
Width of Middle Range 2
2000, 4000, 8000
Hz
-15-+15 dB
0-127
Frequency of the high range
Mid2 Freq
Mid2 Gain
Mid2 Q
High Freq
High Gain
Level #
Select a higher Q value to narrow
Middle Range 1.
Select a higher Q value to narrow
Middle Range 2.
Gain of the high frequency range
Output level
2: OVERDRIVE
R out
Parameter
Value
Description
Manual #
100-8000 Hz
Rate #
Depth
Resonance
Mix Level
Level
Pan
0.05-10.00 Hz
0-127
0-127
0-127
0-127
L64-63R
Adjusts the basic frequency at which
the sound will be modulated.
Frequency of modulation
Depth of modulation
Amount of feedback
Level of the phase-shifted sound
Output Level
Stereo location of the PHASER output
5: SPECTRUM
This is a type of filter that modifies the timbre by boosting or cutting
the level of specific frequencies. It is similar to an equalizer, but has
eight frequency points fixed at locations most useful for adding
character to the sound.
fig.02-005m
Creates a soft distortion similar to that produced by vacuum tube
amplifiers.
L in
L out
Pan L
Spectrum
fig.02-002m
L in
L out
Over
drive
Amp
Simulator
2-Band
EQ
Pan L
Pan R
R in
R out
Parameter
Value
Description
Drive #
0-127
Amount of distortion
Amp Type
SMALL,
BUILT-IN,
2-STACK,
3-STACK
Type of guitar amp
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
0-127
L64-63R
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Output level
Stereo location of the OVERDRIVE
output
Also changes the volume.
Low Gain
High Gain
Level
Pan #
Pan R
Resonance
SMALL: small amp
BUILT-IN: single-unit type amp
2-STACK: large double-stack amp
3-STACK: large triple-stack amp
Pan R
R in
R out
Parameter
Value
Description
250Hz Gain
500Hz Gain
1000Hz Gain
1250Hz Gain
2000Hz Gain
3150Hz Gain
4000Hz Gain
8000Hz Gain
Band Width Q
-15-+15 dB
Gain of each frequency band
0.5, 1.0, 2.0, 4.0,
8.0
Level #
Pan #
0-127
L64-63R
Simultaneously adjusts the width
of the adjusted ranges for all of the
frequency bands.
Output level
Stereo location of the SPECTRUM
output
6: ENHANCER
3: DISTORTION
Produces a more intense distortion than Overdrive. The parameters
are the same as for “2: OVERDRIVE.”
Controls the overtone structure of the high frequencies, adding
sparkle and brightness to the sound.
fig.02-006m
fig.02-003m
L in
L out
Distortion
R in
76
Amp
Simulator
2-Band
EQ
L in
Pan L
Pan R
R out
R in
L out
Mix
2-Band
EQ
2-Band
EQ
R out
Mix
Enhancer
Enhancer
Parameter
Value
Description
Sens #
Mix #
0-127
0-127
Low Gain
-15-+15 dB
High Gain
-15-+15 dB
Level
0-127
Sensitivity of the enhancer
Level of the overtones generated by the
enhancer
Gain of the low frequency range of frequencies
Gain of the high frequency range of frequencies
Output level
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7: AUTO WAH
9: COMPRESSOR
A filter that turns on and off to create a cyclical change in timbre.
Flattens out high levels and boosts low levels, smoothing out
fluctuations in volume.
fig.02-007m
L in
L out
fig.02-009m
L in
Auto Wah
L out
Compressor
R in
Pan L
2-Band
EQ
R out
Pan R
R in
Parameter
Value
Description
Filter Type
LPF, BPF
Type of filter
LPF: The wah effect is applied over a
wide frequency range.
BPF: The wah effect is applied over a
narrow frequency range
Sens
0-127
Manual #
0-127
Peak
0-127
Adjusts the sensitivity with which
the filter is controlled.
Adjusts the center frequency at
which the effect is applied.
Adjusts the amount of the wah effect
that occurs in the range of the center
frequency.
Set a higher value for Q to narrow the
range to be affected.
0.05-10.00 Hz
0-127
0-127
Frequency of modulation
Depth of modulation
Output level
Parameter
Value
Description
Attack
0-127
Sustain
Post Gain
Low Gain
High Gain
Level #
Pan #
0-127
0, +6, +12, +18 dB
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
0-127
L64-63R
Sets the speed at which compression
starts
Sets the duration of the compression.
Adjusts the output gain.
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Output level
Stereo location of the COMPRESSOR output
10: LIMITER
Compresses signals that exceed a specified volume level, preventing
distortion from occurring.
fig.02-010m
8: ROTARY
L in
The Rotary effect simulates the sound of the rotary speakers often
used with the classic electric organs. Since the movement of the highrange and low-range rotors can be set independently, the unique
characteristics of these speakers can be simulated quite accurately.
This effect is most suitable for electric organ Patches.
fig.02-008m
L in
L out
Rotary
R in
L out
Limiter
2-Band
EQ
Parameter
Value
Description
SLOW, FAST
Simultaneously switches the rotational speed of the low frequency rotor and high frequency
rotor.
Pan L
Pan R
R in
R out
Parameter
Value
Description
Threshold
0-127
Ratio
Release
1.5:1, 2:1, 4:1, 100:1
0-127
Post Gain
Low Gain
High Gain
Level #
Pan #
0, +6, +12, +18 dB
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
0-127
L64-63R
Adjusts the volume at which compression begins
Compression ratio
Adjusts the time after the signal
volume falls below the Threshold
Level until compression is no longer applied.
Adjusts the output gain.
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Output level
Stereo location of the LIMITER
output
R out
Speed #
Chapter 4
Rate #
Depth
Level
R out
SLOW: Slows down the speed to
the Slow Rate.
FAST: Speeds up the speed to the
Fast Rate.
Low Slow
0.05-10.00 Hz
Low Fast
0.05-10.00 Hz
Low Accel
0-15
Low Level
0-127
High Slow
High Fast
High Accel
High Level
0.05-10.00 Hz
0.05-10.00 Hz
0-15
0-127
Separation
Level #
0-127
0-127
Slow speed (SLOW) of the lowfrequency rotor
Fast speed (FAST) of the low-frequency rotor
Adjusts the time it takes the low
frequency rotor to reach the newly selected speed when switching between fast and slow
speeds. Lower values result in
longer transitions.
Volume of the low frequency rotor
Settings for the high-frequency
rotor
The parameters are the same as for
the low-frequency rotor
Stereo width of the sound
Output level
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Chapter 4 Using the XV-5050 Effects
11: HEXA-CHORUS
13: SPACE-D
Uses a six-phase chorus (six layers of chorused sound) to give
richness and spaciousness to the sound.
This is a multiple chorus that applies two-phase modulation in
stereo. It creates no audible modulation, yet produces a transparent
chorus effect.
fig.02-011m
L in
L out
fig.02-013m
Balance D
Balance W
Hexa Chorus
Balance D
L in
Balance W
R in
R out
Balance D
Space D
Balance W
Space D
Balance W
R in
Parameter
Value
Description
Rate #
Depth
Depth Deviation
0.05-10.00 Hz
0-127
-20-+20
Pre Delay
0.0-100.0 ms
Delay Deviation
0-20
Pan Deviation
0-20
Frequency of modulation
Depth of modulation
Adjusts the difference in modulation depth between each chorus
layer.
Adjusts the time until chorusing
is heard.
Adjusts the differences in Pre Delay between each chorus layer.
Adjusts the difference in stereo location between each chorus layer.
0: All chorus layers are in the center.
20: The chorus layers are spaced at
60-degree intervals relative to the
center.
Balance #
D100:0WD0:100W
Level
0-127
Volume balance between the direct sound (D) and the chorus
sound (W)
Output level
12: TREMOLO CHO (Tremolo Chorus)
This is a chorus effect with added Tremolo (cyclic modulation of
volume).
2-Band
EQ
Balance D
2-Band
EQ
L out
R out
Parameter
Value
Description
Cho Rate #
Cho Depth
Cho Phase
Pre Delay
0.05-10.00 Hz
0-127
0-180 deg
0.0-100.0 ms
Low Gain
High Gain
Balance #
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
D100:0WD0:100W
0-127
Frequency of modulation
Depth of modulation
Spatial spread of the sound
Adjusts the time until the chorus
sound is heard.
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the chorus sound (W)
Output level
Level
14: St CHORUS (Stereo Chorus)
This is a stereo chorus. A filter is provided so that you can adjust the
timbre of the chorused sound.
fig.02-014m
Balance D
L in
2-Band
EQ
Chorus
Balance W
Chorus
Balance W
L out
fig.02-012m
L in
L out
Balance D
Balance W
R in
Balance D
Tremolo Chorus
2-Band
EQ
R out
Balance W
R in
R out
Balance D
Parameter
Value
Description
Cho Rate
0.05-10.00 Hz
Chorus Depth
0-127
Pre Delay
0.0-100.0 ms
Treml Rate #
0.05-10.00 Hz
Phase
Treml Separation
Balance #
0-180 deg
0-127
D100:0WD0:100W
Modulation frequency of the
chorus effect
Modulation depth of the chorus effect
Adjusts the time until the chorus sound is heard.
Modulation frequency of the
tremolo effect
Depth of the tremolo effect
Spread of the tremolo effect
Volume balance between the
direct sound (D) and the tremolo chorus sound (W)
Output level
Level
78
0-127
Parameter
Value
Description
Rate #
Depth
Phase
Pre Delay
0.05-10.00 Hz
0-127
0-180 deg
0.0-100.0 ms
Filter Type
OFF, LPF,
HPF
Frequency of modulation
Depth of modulation
Spatial spread of the sound
Adjusts the time until the chorus
sound is heard.
Type of filter
Cutoff Freq
Low Gain
High Gain
Balance #
Level
200-8000 Hz
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
D100:0WD0:100W
0-127
OFF: no filter is used
LPF: cuts the frequency range above the
Cutoff Freq
HPF: cuts the frequency range below the
Cutoff Freq
Basic frequency of the filter
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the chorus sound (W)
Output level
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Chapter 4 Using the XV-5050 Effects
15: St FLANGER (Stereo Flanger)
17: St DELAY (Stereo Delay)
This is a stereo flanger. (The LFO has the same phase for left and
right.) It produces a metallic resonance that rises and falls somewhat
like a jet airplane taking off or landing. A filter is provided so that
you can adjust the timbre of the flanged sound.
This is a stereo delay.
When Mode is NORMAL:
fig.02-017am
Balance D
L in
fig.02-015m
Flanger
2-Band
EQ
Delay
L out
Feedback
Feedback
Delay
R in
Balance W
R in
Balance D
2-Band
EQ
Balance D
R out
Value
Description
Rate #
Depth
Feedback #
0.05-10.00 Hz
0-127
-98-+98 %
Phase
Pre Delay
0-180 deg
0.0-100.0 ms
Filter Type
OFF, LPF, HPF
Frequency of modulation
Depth of modulation
Adjusts the amount of the flanger sound
that’s fed back into the effect. Negative (-)
settings invert the phase.
Spatial spread of the sound
Adjusts the time until the flanger sound is
heard.
Type of filter
OFF: no filter is used
LPF: cuts the frequency range above the
Cutoff Freq
HPF: cuts the frequency range below the
Cutoff Freq
Basic frequency of the filter
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Volume balance between the direct sound
(D) and the flanger sound (W)
Output level
Level
200-8000 Hz
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
D100:0WD0:100W
0-127
This is a flanger in which the flanger pitch changes in steps. The
speed at which the pitch changes can also be specified in terms of a
note value based on a specified tempo.
L in
Delay
Step Flanger
2-Band
EQ
L out
Balance W
Feedback
Feedback
Delay
R in
Balance D
L out
Balance W
Balance W
2-Band
EQ
R out
Value
Description
Delay L
Delay R
Feedback #
0.0-500.0 ms
Mode
NORMAL,
CROSS
HF Damp
200-8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Phase L
Phase R
Low Gain
High Gain
Balance #
NORMAL,
INVERT
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
D100:0WD0:100W
0-127
Adjusts the time until the delay
sound is heard.
Adjusts the amount of the delay
sound that’s fed back into the effect.
Negative (-) settings invert the
phase.
Selects the way in which delay
sound is fed back into the effect. (See
the figures above.)
Adjusts the frequency above which
sound fed back to the effect is filtered out. If you don’t want to filter
out any high frequencies, set this parameter to BYPASS.
Phase of the delay sound
-98-+98 %
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the delay sound (W)
Output level
Balance W
R in
Balance D
2-Band
EQ
R out
Parameter
Value
Description
Rate
Depth
Feedback #
0.05-10.00 Hz
0–127
-98-+98 %
Phase
Pre Delay
0-180 deg
0.0-100.0 ms
Step Rate #
0.10-20.00 Hz,
note *1
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
D100:0WD0:100W
0-127
Frequency of modulation
Depth of modulation
Adjusts the amount of the flanger sound
that’s fed back into the effect. Negative (-)
settings invert the phase.
Spatial spread of the sound
Adjusts the time until the flanger sound is
heard.
Rate (period) of pitch change
Level
2-Band
EQ
Parameter
Level
Step Flanger
Low Gain
High Gain
Balance
R out
Feedback
Feedback
fig.02-016m
Balance D
2-Band
EQ
When Mode is CROSS:
Balance D
16: STEP FLANGER
L in
Balance W
fig.02-017bm
Parameter
Cutoff Freq
Low Gain
High Gain
Balance
Balance W
Feedback
Feedback
Balance W
Flanger
L out
Chapter 4
Balance D
L in
2-Band
EQ
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Volume balance between the direct sound
(D) and the flanger sound (W)
Output level
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Chapter 4 Using the XV-5050 Effects
18: MOD DELAY (Modulation Delay)
Adds modulation to the delayed sound, producing an effect similar
to a flanger.
19: 3 TAP DELAY (Triple Tap Delay)
Produces three delay sounds; center, left and right.
fig.02-019m
Balance D
When Mode is NORMAL:
L in
fig.02-018am
Balance D
L in
Delay
Modulation
2-Band
EQ
L out
Triple Tap Delay
Balance W
Feedback
Balance D
Balance D
2-Band
EQ
R out
When Mode is CROSS:
fig.02-018bm
Balance D
L in
Modulation
2-Band
EQ
L out
Modulation
Balance W
R in
Balance D
2-Band
EQ
Value
Description
Delay Left
Delay Right
Feedback
0.0-500.0 ms
Mode
NORMAL,
CROSS
HF Damp
200-8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Adjusts the time until the delay sound
is heard.
Adjusts the amount of the delay sound
that’s fed back into the effect. Negative
(-) settings invert the phase.
Selects the way in which delay sound
is fed back into the effect (See the figures above.)
Adjusts the frequency above which
sound fed back to the effect is filtered
out. If you don’t want to filter out any
high frequencies, set this parameter to
BYPASS.
Frequency of modulation
Depth of modulation
Spatial spread of the sound
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the delay sound (W)
Output level
Rate #
Depth
Phase
Low Gain
High Gain
Balance #
Level
-98-+98 %
0.05-10.00 Hz
0-127
0-180 deg
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
D100:0WD0:100W
0-127
Value
Description
200-1000
ms, note *1
Adjusts the time until the delay sound is
heard.
-98-+98 %
HF Damp
200-8000
Hz, BYPASS
Delay C Level
Delay L Level
Delay R Level
Low Gain
High Gain
Balance #
0-127
Adjusts the amount of the delay sound that’s
fed back into the effect. Negative (-) settings
invert the phase.
Adjusts the frequency above which sound
fed back to the effect is filtered out. If you do
not want to filter out any high frequencies,
set this parameter to BYPASS.
Volume of each delay
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
D100:0WD0:100W
0-127
Level
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Volume balance between the direct sound
(D) and the delay sound (W)
Output level
20: 4 TAP DELAY (Quadruple Tap Delay)
This effect has four delays.
fig.02-020am
Balance D
L in
L out
Delay 1
Balance W
Feedback
Delay 2
Quadruple Tap Delay
Delay 3
Balance W
Delay 4
R in
R out
Balance D
fig.02-020bm
2
1
3
4
R
L
Stereo location of each delay
Parameter
Value
Description
Delay 1
Delay 2
Delay 3
Delay 4
Feedback #
200-1000
ms, note *1
Adjusts the time until the delay sound is
heard.
-98-+98 %
HF Damp
200-8000
Hz, BYPASS
Delay Level 1
Delay Level 2
Delay Level 3
Delay Level 4
Balance #
0-127
Adjusts the amount of the delay sound that’s
fed back into the effect. Negative (-) settings
invert the phase.
Adjusts the frequency above which sound
fed back to the effect is filtered out. If you do
not want to filter out any high frequencies,
set this parameter to BYPASS.
Volume of each delay
Level
80
R out
Parameter
R out
Parameter
2-Band
EQ
Delay C
Delay L
Delay R
Feedback #
Balance W
Feedback
Feedback
Delay
Balance W
Right Tap
Balance W
R in
Delay
Center Tap
R in
Modulation
L out
Balance W
Left Tap
Feedback
Feedback
Delay
2-Band
EQ
D100:0WD0:100W
0-127
Volume balance between the direct sound
(D) and the delay sound (W)
Output level
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Chapter 4 Using the XV-5050 Effects
21: TM CTRL DLY (Time Control Delay)
23: FB PCH SHIFT (Feedback Pitch Shifter)
This effect allows you to use a specified controller — the controller
selected in EFX Control Source — to control the delay time and pitch
in realtime. Lengthening the delay lowers the pitch, and shortening
it raises the pitch.
This allows the pitch-shifted sound to be fed back into the effect.
fig.02-023m
L in
2-Band
EQ
Balance D
L out
Balance W
fig.02-021m
L in
2-Band
EQ
Balance D
Pitch Shifter
Balance W
L out
Feedback
R in
Balance W
Balance D
Time Control Delay
2-Band
EQ
R out
2-Band
EQ
R in
Balance D
R out
Parameter
Value
Description
Delay #
Acceleration
200-1000 ms
0-15
Adjusts the time until the delay is heard.
Adjusts the time over which the Delay
Time changes from the current setting to
a specified new setting.
The rate of change for the Delay Time
directly affects the rate of pitch change.
Adjusts the amount of the delay that’s
fed back into the effect. Negative (-) settings invert the phase.
Adjusts the frequency above which
sound fed back to the effect is filtered
out. If you do not want to filter out any
high frequencies, set this parameter to
BYPASS.
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the delay sound (W)
Feedback #
-98-+98 %
HF Damp
200-8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Low Gain
High Gain
Balance
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
D100:0WD0:100W
0-127
L64-63R
Level
Pan
Parameter
Value
Description
Coarse #1
-24-+12 semi
Fine #1
-100-+100 cent
Pre Delay
0.0-500.0 ms
Mode
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Feedback #
-98-+98 %
Low Gain
High Gain
Balance
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
D100:0WD0:100W
Level
Pan
0-127
L64-63R
Adjusts the pitch of the pitch-shifted
sound in semitone steps.
Adjusts the pitch of the pitch-shifted
sound in 2-cent steps.
Adjusts the time until the pitch shifted sound is heard.
Setting a higher value for this parameter results in a slower response,
but steadier pitch.
Adjusts the amount of the pitchshifted sound that’s fed back into the
effect. Negative (-) settings invert the
phase.
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the pitch-shifted
sound (W)
Output level
Stereo location of the pitch-shifted
sound
Output level
Stereo location of the delay
22: 2V PCH SHIFT (2-Voice Pitch Shifter)
Shifts the pitch of the original sound. This 2-voice pitch shifter has
two pitch shifters, and can add two pitch-shifted versions of the
original sound.
24: REVERB
Adds reverberation to the sound, simulating an acoustic space.
fig.02-024m
L in
fig.02-022m
2Voice Pitch Shifter
Level Balance B
PanA L
Balance W
Balance W
R in
Balance D
PanA R
PanB L
PanB R
R in
Balance W
Value
Description
Coarse A #1
-24-+12 semi
Fine A #1
-100-+100 cent
Adjusts the pitch of Pitch Shift A in
semitone steps.
Adjusts the pitch of Pitch Shift A in 2cent steps.
Adjusts the time until Pitch Shift A is
heard.
Stereo location of Pitch Shift A
Settings for Pitch Shift B
The parameters are the same as for
Pitch Shift A.
Pre Dly A
0.0-500 ms
L64-63R
-24-+12 semi
-100-+100 cent
0.0-500.0 ms
L64-63R
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Level Bal
A100:0BA0:100B
D100:0WD0:100W
Balance
Level
0-127
Setting a higher value for this parameter results in a slower response, but
steadier pitch.
Volume balance between Pitch Shift A
and Pitch Shift B
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the pitch shifted sound
(W)
Output level
R out
Value
Description
Type
ROOM1,
ROOM2,
STAGE1,
STAGE2,
HALL1,
HALL2
Type of reverb
Pre Delay
0.0-100.0 ms
Time #
HF Damp
0-127
200-8000
Hz, BYPASS
Adjusts the time until the reverb is
heard.
Duration of reverberation
Adjusts the frequency above which the
reverb is reduced in level.
Balance D
Parameter
2-Band
EQ
Parameter
R out
Pan A
Coarse B #2
Fine B #2
Pre Dly B
Pan B
Mode
L out
Reverb
L out
Level Balance A
2-Band
EQ
Balance W
Balance D
L in
Balance D
ROOM1: dense reverb with short decay
ROOM2: sparse reverb with short decay
STAGE1: reverb with fewer early reflections
STAGE2: reverb with strong early reflections
HALL1: clear reverb
HALL2: rich reverb
As the frequency is set lower, more of the
high frequencies are cut, resulting in a softer
and more muted reverb. If you don’t want
to cut any high frequencies, set this parameter to BYPASS.
Low Gain
High Gain
Balance #
Level
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
D100:0WD0:100W
0-127
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the reverb sound (W)
Output level
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Balance W
Feedback
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Chapter 4 Using the XV-5050 Effects
25: GATED REVERB
27: OD -> FLANGER
This is a special type of reverb in which the reverb is cut off without
being allowed to decay naturally.
fig.02-027m
fig.02-025m
Balance D
L out
L in
Feedback
L in
2-Band
EQ
Balance D
L out
Overdrive
Balance W
Flanger
Balance W
Balance W
Gate Reverb
2-Band
EQ
R in
Balance D
Balance D
R out
Parameter
Value
Description
Type
NORMAL,
REVERSE,
SWEEP1,
SWEEP2
Type of reverb
Pre Delay
0.0-100.0 ms
Gate Time
5-500 ms
Low Gain
High Gain
Balance #
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
D100:0WD0:100W
0-127
Adjusts the time until the reverb
sound is heard.
Adjusts the time from when the reverb is first heard until it disappears.
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the reverb sound (W)
Output level
Level #
R out
R in
Balance W
Parameter
Value
Description
OD Drive
0-127
Degree of distortion
OD Pan #
Flg Rate
Flg Depth
Flg Feedback
L64-63R
0.05-10.00 Hz
0-127
-98-+98 %
Flg Delay
0.0-100.0 ms
Flg Balance #
D100:0WD0:100W
Level
0-127
Stereo location of the overdrive
Frequency of modulation
Depth of modulation
Adjusts the amount of the
flanger sound that’s fed back
into the effect. Negative (-) settings invert the phase.
Adjusts the time until the flanger
is heard.
Adjusts the volume balance between the sound sent through
the flanger (W) and the sound
that’s not sent through the
flanger (D).
Output level
Also changes the volume.
NORMAL: conventional gated reverb
REVERSE: backwards reverb
SWEEP1: the reverb moves from right
to left
SWEEP2: the reverb moves from left to
right
26: OD -> CHORUS
28: OD -> DELAY
fig.02-026m
fig.02-028m
L out
L in
L out
L in
Balance D
Balance D
Balance W
Balance W
Overdrive
Overdrive
Chorus
Delay
Balance W
Balance W
R out
R in
Balance D
Value
Description
OD Drive
0-127
Degree of distortion
OD Pan #
Cho Rate
Cho Depth
Cho Delay
L64-63R
0.05-10.00 Hz
0-127
0.0-100.0 ms
Cho Balance #
D100:0WD0:100W
Stereo location of the overdrive
Frequency of modulation
Depth of modulation
Adjusts the time until the chorus
sound is heard.
Adjusts the volume balance between the sound sent through
the chorus (W) and the sound
that’s not sent through the chorus (D).
Output level
Also changes the volume.
82
0-127
R out
R in
Balance D
Parameter
Level
Feedback
Parameter
Value
Description
OD Drive
0-127
Degree of distortion
OD Pan #
Delay Time
L64-63R
0.0-500.0 ms
Dly Feedback
-98-+98 %
Dly HF Damp
200-8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Dly Balance #
D100:0WD0:100W
Level
0-127
Stereo location of the overdrive
Adjusts the time until the delay is
heard.
Adjusts the amount of the delay
sound that’s fed back into the effect. Negative (-) settings invert the
phase.
Adjusts the frequency above
which sound fed back to the effect
is filtered out. If you don’t want to
filter out any high frequencies, set
this parameter to BYPASS.
Adjusts the volume balance between the sound sent through the
delay (W) and the sound that’s not
sent through the delay (D).
Output level
Also changes the volume.
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Chapter 4 Using the XV-5050 Effects
29: DIST -> CHORUS
33: ENH -> FLANGER
The parameters are essentially the same as in “26: OD -> CHORUS,”
with the exception of the following two.
fig.02-033m
OD Drive -> Dist Drive, OD Pan -> Dist Pan
Balance D
L in
L out
Enhancer
Mix
Feedback
Balance W
fig.02-029m
Flanger
L out
L in
Balance W
Balance D
Distortion
R in
Chorus
Mix
R out
R in
R out
Enhancer
Balance W
Balance D
30: DIST -> FLANGER
The parameters are essentially the same as in “27: OD ->
FLANGER,” with the exception of the following two.
Parameter
Value
Description
Enhancer Sens #
Enhancer Mix
0-127
0-127
Flg Rate
Flg Depth
Flg Feedback
0.05-10.00 Hz
0-127
-98-+98 %
Flg Delay
0.0-100.0 ms
Flg Balance #
D100:0WD0:100W
Level
0-127
Sensitivity of the enhancer
Level of the overtones generated
by the enhancer
Frequency of modulation
Depth of modulation
Adjusts the amount of the
flanger sound that’s fed back
into the effect. Negative (-) settings invert the phase.
Adjusts the time until the flanger
is heard.
Adjusts the volume balance between the sound sent through
the flanger (W) and the sound
that’s not sent through the
flanger (D).
Output level
OD Drive -> Dist Drive, OD Pan -> Dist Pan
fig.02-030m
Balance D
L out
L in
Feedback
Distortion
Balance W
Flanger
Balance W
Balance D
Chapter 4
Balance W
R out
R in
34: ENH -> DELAY
Balance D
31: DIST -> DELAY
fig.02-034m
L in
L out
Enhancer
The parameters are essentially the same as in “28: OD -> DELAY,”
with the exception of the following two.
Mix
Balance D
Balance W
Delay
OD Drive -> Dist Drive, OD Pan -> Dist Pan
Balance W
Feedback
fig.02-031m
R in
L out
L in
R out
Enhancer
Mix
Balance D
Balance D
Balance W
Distortion
Delay
Balance W
Feedback
R out
R in
Balance D
32: ENH -> CHORUS
Parameter
Value
Description
Enhancer Sens #
Enhancer Mix
0-127
0-127
Delay Time
0.0-500.0 ms
Dly Feedback
-98-+98 %
Dly HF Damp
200-8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Dly Balance #
D100:0WD0:100W
Level
0-127
Sensitivity of the enhancer
Level of the overtones generated by the enhancer
Adjusts the time until the delay
is heard.
Adjusts the amount of the delay sound that’s fed back into
the effect. Negative (-) settings
will invert the phase.
Adjusts the frequency above
which sound fed back to the effect is filtered out. If you don’t
want to filter out any high frequencies, set this parameter to
BYPASS.
Adjusts the volume balance between the sound sent through
the delay (W) and the sound
that’s not sent through the delay (D).
Output level
fig.02-032m
L in
L out
Enhancer
Mix
Balance D
Balance W
Chorus
Balance W
R in
R out
Enhancer
Mix
Balance D
Parameter
Value
Description
Enhancer Sens #
Enhancer Mix
0-127
0-127
Cho Rate
Cho Depth
Cho Delay
0.05-10.00 Hz
0-127
0.0-100.0 ms
Cho Balance #
D100:0WD0:100W
Level
0-127
Sensitivity of the enhancer
Level of the overtones generated
by the enhancer
Frequency of modulation
Depth of modulation
Adjusts the time until the chorus
is heard.
Adjusts the volume balance between the sound sent through
the chorus (W) and the sound
that’s not sent through the chorus (D).
Output level
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35: CHORUS -> DELAY
37: CHO -> FLANGER
fig.02-035m
fig.02-037m
Balance D
Balance D
Balance D
L in
L out
L in
L out
Balance D
Balance W
R out
Value
Description
Cho Rate
Cho Depth
Cho Delay
0.05-10.00 Hz
0-127
0.0-100.0 ms
Cho Balance #
D100:0WD0:100W
Frequency of modulation
Depth of modulation
Adjusts the time until the chorus is heard.
Volume balance between the
direct sound (D) and the chorus sound (W)
Adjusts the time until the delay
is heard.
Adjusts the amount of the delay sound that’s fed back into
the effect. Negative (-) settings
invert the phase.
Adjusts the frequency above
which sound fed back to the effect is filtered out. If you do not
want to filter out any the high
frequencies, set this parameter
to BYPASS.
Adjusts the volume balance between the sound sent through
the delay (W) and the sound
that’s not sent through the delay (D).
Output level
0.0-500.0 ms
Dly Feedback
-98-+98 %
200-8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Dly Balance #
D100:0WD0:100W
Level
0-127
fig.02-036m
Balance D
Parameter
Value
Description
Cho Delay
0.0-100.0 ms
Cho Rate
0.05-10.00 Hz
Cho Depth
Cho Balance #
Flg Rate
0-127
D100:0WD0:100W
0.05-10.00 Hz
Flg Depth
Flg Feedback
0-127
-98-+98 %
Flg Delay
0.0-100.0 ms
Flg Balance #
D100:0WD0:100W
Level
0-127
Adjusts the time until the chorus is
heard.
Modulation frequency of the chorus
effect
Modulation depth of the chorus effect
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the chorus sound (W)
Modulation frequency of the flanger
effect
Modulation depth of the flanger effect
Adjusts the amount of the flanger
sound that’s fed back into the effect.
Negative (-) settings invert the phase.
Adjusts the time until the flanger
sound is heard.
Adjusts the volume balance between
the sound sent through the flanger (W)
and the sound that’s not sent through
the flanger (D).
Output level
38: CHORUS/DELAY
fig.02-038m
L in
L out
Balance D
Feedback
Balance W
Balance W
Balance D
L in
Delay
Chorus
Balance W
Feedback
Value
Description
Flg Rate
Flg Depth
Flg Feedback
0.05-10.00 Hz
0-127
-98-+98 %
Flg Delay
0.0-100.0 ms
Flg Balance #
D100:0WD0:100W
Frequency of modulation
Depth of modulation
Adjusts the amount of the flanger
sound that’s fed back into the effect. Negative (-) settings invert the
phase.
Adjusts the time until the flanger is
heard.
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the flanger sound
(W)
Adjusts the time until the delay
sound is heard.
Adjusts the amount of the delay
sound that’s fed back into the effect. Negative (-) settings invert the
phase.
Adjusts the frequency above
which sound fed back to the effect
is filtered out. If you do not want to
filter out any high frequencies, set
this parameter to BYPASS.
Adjusts the volume balance between the sound sent through the
delay (W) and the sound that’s not
sent through the delay (D).
Output level
Delay Time
0.0-500.0 ms
Dly Feedback
-98-+98 %
Dly HF Damp
200-8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Dly Balance #
D100:0WD0:100W
Level
0-127
Delay
Balance D
Parameter
Balance W
Feedback
R out
Balance D
L out
Balance W
R in
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Balance D
The parameters are the same as for “35: CHORUS -> DELAY.”
However, the Delay Balance parameter adjusts the volume balance
between the direct sound and the delay sound.
36: FLG -> DELAY
Flanger
R out
Balance D
Parameter
Delay Time
Balance W
R in
Balance D
Balance D
Flanger
Balance W
Feedback
R in
Balance W
Chorus
Balance W
Balance W
Dly HF Damp
Balance W
Balance W
Delay
Chorus
Feedback
R in
Balance W
R out
Balance D
39: FLG/DELAY
The parameters are the same as for “36: FLG -> DELAY.” However,
the Delay Balance parameter adjusts the volume balance between the
direct sound and the delay sound.
fig.02-039m
Balance D
L in
L out
Flanger
Balance W
Feedback
Feedback
Delay
R in
Balance W
R out
Balance D
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40: CHO/FLANGER
42: KEYSYNC FLG (Keysync Flanger)
The parameters are the same as for “37: CHO -> FLANGER.”
However, the Flanger Balance parameter adjusts the volume balance
between the direct sound and the flanger sound.
This effect controls the Flanger by resetting the effect at the volume
of the sound sent into to the effect, restarting from the same pitch
each time the Flanger is reset.
fig.02-040m
This parameter lets your playing dynamics on the keyboard control
the flanger effect.
Balance D
L in
L out
Chorus
fig.02-042m
Balance W
L in
Feedback
2-Band
EQ
L out
2-Band
EQ
R out
Flanger
Balance W
Flanger
R in
Feedback
Feedback
R out
Balance D
This is a stereo phaser. With the Step effects, you can also make
stepped changes in the pitch of sounds to which the Phaser effect is
applied.
R in
Parameter
Value
Description
LFO Rate #
Frequency of modulation
LFO Depth
Feedback #
0.05-10.00 Hz,
note *2
0-127
-98-+98 %
Phase
Pre Delay
0-180 deg
0.0-100 ms
Filter Type
OFF, LPF, HPF
fig.02-041m
L in
Phaser
Mix
Mix
R in
Phaser
2-Band
EQ
2-Band
EQ
L out
R out
Parameter
Value
Description
Type
1, 2
Mode
4-STAGE,
8-STAGE
INVERSE,
SYNCHRO
Type of phaser
Type 2 adds more of the phaser effect
to the high frequencies than Type 1.
Number of stages in the phaser
Polarity
Selects whether the left and right
phase of the modulation are the same
or opposite each other.
INVERSE: The left and right phase are
opposite. When using a mono source, this
spreads the sound in stereo.
SYNCHRO: The left and right phase are
the same. Select this when working with a
stereo source.
Manual #
0-127
Rate #
Depth
Resonance
X-Feedback
0.05-10.00 Hz,
note *2
0-127
0-127
-98-+98 %
Mix
Step Switch
0-127
OFF, ON
Step Rate #
0.10-20.00 Hz,
note *2
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
0-127
Low Gain
High Gain
Level
Adjusts the basic frequency from
which the sound is modulated.
Frequency of modulation
Depth of modulation
Amount of feedback
Adjusts the amount of the phaser
sound that’s fed back into the effect.
Negative (-) settings invert the phase.
Level of the phase-shifted sound
Determines whether the pitch is
changed in a stepped fashion (ON) or
not (OFF).
Rate (period) of pitch change
Depth of modulation
Adjusts the amount of the flanger
sound that’s fed back into the effect.
Negative (-) settings invert the
phase.
Spatial spread of the sound
Adjusts the time until the flanger is
heard.
Type of filter
OFF: no filter is used
LPF: cuts the frequency range above
the Cutoff Freq
HPF: cuts the frequency range below
the Cutoff Freq
Cutoff Freq
Step Sw
200-8000 Hz
OFF, ON
Step Rate #
Keysync
0.10-20.00 Hz,
note *2
OFF, ON
Threshold
0-127
Ksync Phase
Low Gain
High Gain
Balance #
0-360 deg
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
D100:0WD0:100W
0-127
Level
Basic frequency of the filter
Determines whether the pitch is
changed in a stepped fashion (ON)
or not (OFF).
Rate (period) of pitch change
Determines whether the Flanger
LFO is reset by the input signal (ON)
or not (OFF).
Adjusts the volume level at which
the reset is applied.
LFO phase when the LFO is reset
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the flanger sound (W)
Output level
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Output level
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41: St PHASER (Stereo Phaser)
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43: FORMANT FLTR (Formant Filter)
45: MLT TAP DLY (Multi Tap Delay)
Adds a vowel character to the sound, making it similar to a human
voice.
This effect provides four delays. Each of the Delay Time parameters
can be set to a note length based on the selected tempo. You can also
set the panning and level of each delay sound.
fig.02-043m
L in
L out
Overdrive
Formant
2-Band
EQ
Pan L
Pan R
R in
fig.02-045m
Balance D
L in
R out
Parameter
Value
Description
Drive Switch
Drive #
OFF, ON
0-127
Turns Drive on/off.
Degree of distortion
Delay 1
Feed
back
Depth #
Manual #
a, e, i, o, u
Selects the vowel.
0.05-10.00 Hz,
note *2
0-127
0-100
Frequency at which the two
vowels switch
Effect depth
Adjusts the point at which the
two vowels switch.
When set to 50, Vowels 1 and 2
switch in the same amount of
time. Setting this lower than 50
increases the time for Vowel 1;
setting this higher than 50 decreases the time for Vowel 1.
Keysync
OFF, ON
Threshold
0-127
Low Gain
-15-+15 dB
High Gain
-15-+15 dB
Level
Pan
0-127
L64-63R
Determines whether the LFO
for switching the vowels is reset by the input signal (ON) or
not (OFF).
Volume level at which reset is
applied
Gain of the low frequency
range
Gain of the high frequency
range
Output level
Stereo location of the output
44: RING MOD (Ring Modulator)
This is an effect that applies amplitude modulation (AM) to the input
signal, producing bell-like sounds. You can also change the
modulation frequency in response to changes in the volume of the
sound sent into the effect.
fig.02-044m
Multi Tap Delay
Balance W
Delay 4
Delay 2
R in
Balance D
Ring Mod
2-Band EQ
Ring Mod
2-Band EQ
Value
Description
0-1800 ms,
note *2
-98-+98 %
Adjusts the time until Delays 1-4 are
heard.
Adjusts the amount of the delay
sound that’s fed back into the effect.
Negative (-) settings invert the
phase.
Adjusts the frequency above which
sound fed back to the effect is filtered out. If you don’t want to filter
out any the high frequencies, set this
parameter to BYPASS.
Output level of Delays 1-4
Stereo location of Delays 1-4
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the effect sound (W)
Output level
Feedback #
HF Damp
200-8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Delay Level 1-4
Delay Pan 1-4
Low Gain
High Gain
Balance #
0-127
L64-63R
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
D100:0WD0:100W
0-127
Level
46: REVERSE DLY (Reverse Delay)
Adds the reverse of the input sound as a delay.
fig.02-046m
L in
L out
R out
Parameter
Value
Description
Frequency #
0-127
Modulator
OFF,
SOURCE,
A, B
Adjusts the frequency at which modulation is applied.
Selects the source sound for the envelope
controlling the modulation.
Monitor
OFF, ON
Sens #
0-127
Polarity
UP,
DOWN
Low Gain
High Gain
Balance #
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
D100:0WD0:100W
0-127
Level
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SOURCE: The frequency is modulated according to the envelope of the sound sent into
the multi-effects
A, B: The frequency is modulated according
to the envelope of the direct sound sent to the
OUTPUT A or OUTPUT B jacks
Determines whether the input signal used
as the modulator is included in the effect
output (ON) or not (OFF).
* This parameter is disabled when Modulator is set to OFF or SOURCE.
Adjusts the amount of frequency modulation applied.
Determines whether the frequency modulation moves towards higher frequencies
(UP) or lower frequencies (DOWN).
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Volume balance between the direct sound
(D) and the effect sound (W)
Output level
R out
Parameter
1
D2
Rev. Delay
R in
2-Band
EQ
Delay 1-4
D1
L in
L out
Balance W
Delay 3
Also changes the volume.
Vowel1
Vowel2
Rate #
2-Band
EQ
R in
Feedback 1
Delay
D4
Feedback 4
2-Band
EQ
L out
2-Band
EQ
R out
2
D3
3
Parameter
Value
Description
Delay 1-4
0-900 ms,
note *2
-98-+98 %
Adjusts the time until Delays 1-4
are heard.
Adjusts the amount of the delay
sound that’s fed back into the effect. Negative (-) settings invert the
phase.
Adjusts the frequency above
which sound fed back to the effect
is filtered out. If you do not want to
filter out any high frequencies, set
this parameter to BYPASS.
Output level of Delays 1-3 sound
Stereo location of Delays 1-3 sound
Volume level at which the reverse
delay begins
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the effect sound (W)
Output level
Feedback 1 #
Feedback 4 #
HF Damp 1
HF Damp 4
200-8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Delay Level 1-3
Delay Pan 1-3
Threshold
0-127
L64-63R
0-127
Low Gain
High Gain
Balance #
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
D100:0WD0:100W
0-127
Level
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47: SHUFFLE DLY (Shuffle Delay)
Adds a shuffle to the delay sound, giving the sound a bouncy delay
effect with a swing feel.
fig.02-047m
2-Band
EQ
Feedback
Delay A
L out
A
Value
Description
Level C
Level L
Level R
Low Gain
High Gain
Balance #
0-127
Output level of the delay sound
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
D100:0WD0:100W
SPEAKER,
PHONES
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the effect sound (W)
Selects the method by which the effect is sent to the OUTPUT jacks.
Output Mode
Delay
Delay B
The optimal 3D effect is achieved if you
select SPEAKER when using speakers,
or PHONES when using headphones.
B
2-Band
EQ
R in
Value
Description
Delay #
0-1800 ms,
note *2
0-100 %
Adjusts the time until the delay
sound is heard.
Adjusts the ratio (as a percentage) of
the time that elapses before Delay B
sounds relative to the time that
elapses before the Delay A sounds.
When set to 100%, the delay times
are the same.
Adjusts the time over which the Delay Time changes from the current
setting to its specified new setting.
Adjusts the amount of the delay
that’s fed back into the effect. Negative (-) settings invert the phase.
Adjusts the frequency above which
sound fed back to the effect is filtered out. If you don’t want to filter
out any high frequencies, set this parameter to BYPASS.
Stereo location of Delay A
Stereo location of Delay B
Volume balance between Delay A
and Delay B
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the effect sound (W)
Output level
Acceleration
0-15
Feedback #
-98-+98 %
HF Damp
Pan A
Pan B
Level Bal
Low Gain
High Gain
Balance #
Level
200-8000 Hz,
BYPASS
L64-63R
L64-63R
A100:0BA0:100B
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
D100:0WD0:100W
0-127
48: 3D DELAY
This applies a 3D effect to the delay sound. The delay sound is
positioned 90 degrees left and 90 degrees right.
fig.02-048m
L
3D Delay L
Level
Output level
2-Band
EQ
L out
This 3-voice pitch shifter has three pitch shifters, and can add three
pitch-shifted signals to the original sound.
fig.02-049m
L out
L
3D Delay C
3D Delay R
2-Band
EQ
Pitch 1
1
Pitch 2
2
Pitch 3
3
R
R out
Parameter
Value
Description
Coarse 1 #1
-24-+12 semi
Fine 1 #1
-100-+100 cent
Feedback 1 #
-98-+98 %
Pre Dly 1
0.0-500.0 ms
Level 1
Pan 1
Coarse 2 #2
0-127
L64-63R
-24-+12 semitone
-100-+100 cent
-98-+98 %
0.0-500 ms
0-127
L64-63R
-24-+12 semitone
-100-+100 cent
-98-+98 %
0.0-500 ms
0-127
L64-63R
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Adjusts the pitch of Pitch Shift 1 in
semitone steps.
Adjusts the pitch of Pitch Shift 1 in 2cent steps.
Adjusts the amount of the Pitch Shift
1 sound that’s fed back into the effect. Negative (-) settings invert the
phase.
Adjusts the time until Pitch Shift 1 is
heard.
Output level of Pitch Shift 1
Stereo location of Pitch Shift 1
Settings of the Pitch Shift 2
The parameters are the same as for
Pitch Shift 1.
Fine 2 #2
Feedback 2 #
Pre Dly 2
Level 2
Pan 2
Coarse 3 #3
Fine 3 #3
Feedback 3 #
Pre Dly 3
Level 3
Pan 3
Mode
R
0-127
49: 3V PCH SHIFT (3-Voice Pitch Shifter)
Parameter
Shuffle Rate #
Level
R out
R out
Parameter
Value
Description
Delay C
Delay L
Delay R
Feedback #
0-1800 ms,
note *2
Adjusts the time until the delay is
heard.
-98-+98 %
HF Damp
200-8000
Hz, BYPASS
Adjusts the amount of the delay
that’s fed back into the effect. Negative (-) settings invert the phase.
Adjusts the frequency above which
sound fed back to the effect is filtered out. If you don’t want to filter
out any high frequencies, set this parameter to BYPASS.
Balance
Level
D100:0WD0:100W
0-127
Settings of Pitch Shift 3
The parameters are the same as for
Pitch Shift 1.
Setting a higher value for this parameter results in a slower response,
but steadier pitch.
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the effect sound (W)
Output level
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Parameter
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50: LOFI COMP (Lo-Fi Compress)
52: SPEAKER SIM (Speaker Simulator)
This is an effect that intentionally degrades the sound quality for
creative purposes.
Simulates speaker types and mic settings used to capture the
speaker’s sound.
fig.02-050m
fig.02-052m
L in
L out
Lo-Fi
2-Band
EQ
R in
Parameter
Value
Description
LoFi Type
1-9
Degrades the sound quality. The
sound quality grows poorer as this
value is increased.
Selects the type of filter applied to
the sound before it passes through
the Lo-Fi effect.
Adjusts the type of filter applied to
the sound after it passes through
the Lo-Fi effect.
Type of filter
1-6
Post Filter 1
1-6
Post Filter 2
OFF, LPF,
HPF
Post Cutoff
Low Gain
High Gain
Balance #
Level
Pan
200-8000 Hz
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
D100:0WD0:100W
0-127
L64-63R
OFF: no filter is used
LPF: cuts the frequency range above
the Cutoff
HPF: cuts the frequency range below
the Cutoff
Basic frequency of the filter
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the effect sound (W)
Output level
Stereo location of the output
51: LOFI NOISE (Lo-Fi Noise)
In addition to a Lo-Fi effect, this effect also generates various types
of noise, such as radio noise and disc noise.
fig.02-051m
L in
L out
Lo-Fi
2-Band
EQ
R in
Radio
Pan L
Pan R
R out
Noise Gen.
Parameter
Value
Description
LoFi Type
1-9
Post Flter Type
OFF, LPF,
HPF
Degrades the sound quality. The
sound quality grows poorer as this
value is increased.
Type of filter
OFF: no filter is used
LPF: cuts the frequency range
above the Cutoff
HPF: cuts the frequency range below the Cutoff
Basic frequency of the filter
Simulates the tuning noise of a radio. As this value is raised, the tuning drifts further.
Volume of the radio noise
Type of record noise
The frequency at which the noise is
heard depends on the selected
type.
Adjusts the cutoff frequency of the
low pass filter applied to the record
noise. If you don’t want to filter out
any high frequencies, set this parameter to BYPASS.
Volume of the record noise
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the effect sound (W)
Cutoff Freq
Radio Detune #
Radio N Level
Disc Noise Type
Disc N LPF
Disc N Level
Low Gain
High Gain
Balance #
Level
Pan
88
200-8000 Hz
0-127
0-127
LP, EP, SP,
RND
200-8000 Hz,
BYPASS
0-127
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
D100:0WD0:100W
0-127
L64-63R
Speaker
L out
R in
Speaker
R out
Pan R
R out
Pre Filter
L in
Pan L
Output level
Stereo location of the output
Parameter
Value
Description
Type
(See the table
below.)
1, 2, 3
Type of speaker
Mic Setting
Adjusts the location of the mic capturing the sound of the speaker.
This can be adjusted in three steps, from
1 to 3 with the mic becoming more distant as the value is raised.
Mic Level #
Direct Level #
Level #
0-127
0-127
0-127
Volume of the microphone
Volume of the direct sound
Output level
Specifications for each Speaker Type
The speaker column indicates the diameter of each speaker unit (in
inches) and the number of units.
Type
Cabinet
Speaker
Microphone
SMALL 1
SMALL 2
MIDDLE
JC-120
BUILT IN 1
BUILT IN 2
BUILT IN 3
BUILT IN 4
BUILT IN 5
BG STACK 1
BG STACK 2
MS STACK 1
MS STACK 2
METAL
STACK
2-STACK
3-STACK
small open-back enclosure
small open-back enclosure
open back enclosure
open back enclosure
open back enclosure
open back enclosure
open back enclosure
open back enclosure
open back enclosure
sealed enclosure
large sealed enclosure
large sealed enclosure
large sealed enclosure
large double stack
10
10
12 x 1
12 x 2
12 x 2
12 x 2
12 x 2
12 x 2
12 x 2
12 x 2
12 x 2
12 x 4
12 x 4
12 x 4
dynamic
dynamic
dynamic
dynamic
dynamic
condenser
condenser
condenser
condenser
condenser
condenser
condenser
condenser
condenser
large double stack
large triple stack
12 x 4
12 x 4
condenser
condenser
53: OVERDRIVE 2
This is an overdrive that provides heavy distortion.
fig.02-053m
L in
L out
Overdrive
Amp
Simulator
2-Band
EQ
R in
Pan L
Pan R
R out
Parameter
Value
Description
Drive #
0-127
Degree of distortion
Tone
Amp Simulator
Sw
Amp Type
0-127
OFF, ON
Sound quality of the Overdrive effect
Turns the Amp Simulator on/off.
SMALL,
BUILT-IN,
2-STACK,
3-STACK
Type of guitar amp
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
0-127
L64-63R
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Output level
Stereo location of the output
Also changes the volume.
Low Gain
High Gain
Level
Pan #
SMALL: small amp
BUILT-IN: single-unit type amp
2-STACK: large double stack amp
3-STACK: large triple stack amp
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54: DISTORTION 2
57: GATE
This is a distortion effect that provides heavy distortion. The
parameters are the same as for “53: OVERDRIVE 2.”
Cuts the reverb’s delay according to the volume of the sound sent
into the effect. Use this when you want to create an artificialsounding decrease in the reverb’s decay.
fig.02-054m
L in
L out
Distortion
Amp
Simulator
2-Band
EQ
R in
Pan L
fig.02-057m
L in
Gate
L out
R in
Gate
R out
Pan R
R out
55: STEREO COMP (Stereo Compressor)
L in
Compressor
2-Band EQ
L out
R in
Compressor
2-Band EQ
R out
Parameter
Value
Description
Attack
0-127
Sustain
0-127
Post Gain
0, +6, +12,
+18 dB
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
0-127
Sets the speed at which compression
starts
Adjusts the duration of the compression.
Adjusts the output gain.
Low Gain
High Gain
Level #
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Output level
Parameter
Value
Description
Mode
GATE, DUCK
Type of gate
GATE (Gated Reverb): When the source
volume falls below a certain level, the gate
closes, cutting off the tail of the reverb.
DUCK (Ducking Reverb): When the
source volume gets high enough, the gate
closes, creating a ducking reverb-type effect. The reverb stops when the input signal becomes so loud that the sound
becomes unclear.
Attack
0-127
Hold
0-127
Release
0-127
Key
SOURCE, A, B
SOURCE: The gate is closed by the sound
sent into the Multi-effects.
A, B: The gate is closed by the direct
sound sent to the OUTPUT A or OUTPUT
B jacks
56: St LIMITER (Stereo Limiter)
Threshold
0-127
Monitor
OFF, ON
Balance #
D100:0WD0:100W
0-127
fig.02-056m
L in
Limiter
2-Band EQ
L out
R in
Limiter
2-Band EQ
R out
Parameter
Value
Description
Threshold
0-127
Ratio
1.5:1, 2:1, 4:1,
100:1
0-127
Adjusts the volume at which compression begins.
Compression ratio
Release
Post Gain
Low Gain
High Gain
Level #
0, +6, +12, +18
dB
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
0-127
Adjusts the time it takes for the gate to
fully open after being triggered.
Adjusts the time it takes for the gate to
start closing after the source sound falls
beneath the Threshold.
Adjusts the time it takes the gate to fully close after the hold time.
Selects the source sound that acts as the
trigger for closing the gate.
Level
Volume level at which the gate begins
to close
Determines whether the sound used as
the gate trigger is included in the effect
output (ON) or not (OFF).
* This parameter is disabled when
Key is set to SOURCE.
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the effect sound (W)
Output level
Adjusts the time from when the
volume falls below the Threshold
Level until compression is no longer applied.
Adjusts the output gain.
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Output level
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58: SLICER
By applying successive cuts to the sound, this effect turns a
conventional sound into a sound that appears to be played as a
backing phrase. This is especially effective when applied to sustaintype sounds.
fig.02-058m
L in
Parameter
Value
Description
Low #
Mid #
High #
-60-+4 dB
These boost and cut each of the
High, Middle, and Low frequency ranges.
AntiPhase Low Sw
OFF, ON
At -60 dB, the sound becomes inaudible. 0 dB is equivalent to the input level of the sound.
L out
Slicer
Turns the Anti-Phase function on
and off for the Low frequency
ranges.
When turned on, a stereo copy of
the sound is phase-inverted and
added to the signal.
R in
R out
Slicer
Parameter
Value
Description
Level Beat 1-1–4-4
0-127
For a single measure containing
four quarter notes, this sets the level of each sixteenth note when the
measure is divided into sixteenth
notes.
Cycle for one measure
Rate #
0.05-10.00 Hz,
note *2
0-127
Attack
Reset Trigger #
OFF,
SOURCE, A, B
AntiPhase LowLev
AntiPhase Mid Sw
AntiPhase MidLev
0-127
Reset Monitor
OFF, ON
Beat Chg Mode
LEGATO,
SLASH
LEGATO: The change in volume
from one beat’s level to the next remains unaltered. If the level of a following beat is the same as the one
preceding it, there is no change in
volume.
SLASH: The level is momentarily set
to 0 before progressing to the level of
the next beat. This change in volume
occurs even if the level of the following beat is the same as the preceding
beat.
Shuffle #
0-127
Timing of volume changes in levels for even-numbered Beats (Beat
1-2/Beat 1-4/Beat 2-2/...).
The higher the value, the later the
beat progresses.
Level
0-127
Output level
59: ISOLATOR
Low Boost Sw
fig.02-059m
L in
Isolator
Low Boost
L out
R in
Isolator
Low Boost
R out
90
Settings of the Anti-Phase function for the Middle frequency
ranges
OFF, ON
Turns Low Booster on/off.
This emphasizes the bottom frequencies to create a heavy bass
sound.
Low Boost Level
0-127
Level
0-127
Increasing this value gives you a
heavier low end.
* Depending on the Isolator
and filter settings, this effect
may be hard to hear.
Output level
60: 3D CHORUS
This applies 3D chorusing to a sound. The chorus is positioned 90
degrees left and 90 degrees right.
fig.02-060m
L
2-Band
EQ
L out
2-Band
EQ
R out
3D Chorus
R
Parameter
Value
Description
LFO Rate #
Frequency of modulation
LFO Depth
0.05-10.00 Hz,
note *2
0-127
Phase
Pre Delay
0-180 deg
0.0-100.0 ms
Filter Type
OFF, LPF,
HPF
Cutoff Freq
Low Gain
High Gain
Balance #
Output Mode
This is an equalizer that radically cuts the volume of selected
frequencies, allowing you to create special effects cutting the volume
in various ranges.
OFF, ON
0-127
The parameters are the same as for
the Low frequency ranges.
OFF: The pattern is not reset, even if
the input signal is present.
SOURCE: The pattern is reset by the
sound sent into the multi-effects.
A, B: The pattern is reset by the direct
sound sent to the OUTPUT A or
OUTPUT B jacks.
Reset Threshold
Adjusts the level settings for the
Low frequency ranges.
Adjusting this level for certain frequencies allows you to lend emphasis to specific elements within a
sound. (This is effective only for
stereo source.)
Speed at which the volume changes between beats
Selects the source sound that acts
as the trigger resetting the onemeasure pattern.
* When Reset Trigger is selected
as the MFX Control parameter,
you can use an external MIDI
device to reset the pattern.
Volume level at which the reset begins
Determines whether the sound
used as the reset trigger is included
in the effect output (ON) or not
(OFF).
* This parameter is disabled
when Reset Trigger is set to OFF
or SOURCE.
Sets the manner in which the volume changes as one beat progresses to the next.
0-127
200-8000 Hz
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
D100:0WD0:100W
SPEAKER,
PHONES
Modulation depth of the chorus effect
Spatial spread of the sound
Adjusts the time until the chorus is
heard.
Type of filter
OFF: no filter is used
LPF: cuts the frequency range above
the Cutoff Freq
HPF: cuts the frequency range below
the Cutoff Freq
Basic frequency of the filter
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the chorus sound (W)
Selects the method by which the effect is sent to the OUTPUT jacks.
The optimal 3D effect is if you select
SPEAKER when using speakers, or
PHONES when using headphones.
Level
0-127
Output level
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61: 3D FLANGER
63: AUTO PAN
This applies a 3D effect to the flanger sound. The flanger sound is
positioned 90 degrees left and 90 degrees right.
Cyclically modulates the stereo location of the sound.
fig.02-061m
L in
Auto Pan
2-Band EQ
L out
R in
Auto Pan
2-Band EQ
R out
L out
2-Band
EQ
R out
3D Flanger
R
Parameter
Value
Description
LFO Rate #
Frequency of modulation
LFO Depth
Feedback #
0.05-10.00 Hz,
note *2
0-127
-98-+98 %
Phase
Pre Delay
0-180 deg
0.0-100.0 ms
Filter Type
OFF, LPF,
HPF
OFF: no filter is used
LPF: cuts the frequency range above the
Cutoff Freq
HPF: cuts the frequency range below the
Cutoff Freq
Cutoff Freq
Step Sw
200-8000 Hz
OFF, ON
Step Rate #
0.10-20.00 Hz,
note *2
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
D100:0WD0:100W
SPEAKER,
PHONES
Low Gain
High Gain
Balance #
Output Mode
Depth of modulation
Adjusts the amount of the flanger
sound that’s fed back into the effect.
Negative (-) settings invert the phase.
Spatial spread of the sound
Adjusts the time until the flanger
sound is heard.
Type of filter
Basic frequency of the filter
Determines whether the pitch is
changed in a stepped fashion (ON) or
not (OFF).
Rate (period) of pitch change
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the flanger sound (W)
Select the method by which the effect
is sent to the OUTPUT jacks.
The optimal 3D effect is achieved if you
select SPEAKER when using speakers, or
PHONES when using headphones.
0-127
Level
Parameter
Value
Description
Mod Wave
TRI, SQR,
SIN, SAW1,
SAW2
Modulation Wave
SAW1
R
L
Rate #
Depth #
Low Gain
High Gain
Level
L
0.05-10.00 Hz,
note *2
0-127
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
0-127
Frequency of the change
Depth to which the effect is applied
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Output level
64: St PHASER 2 (Stereo Phaser 2)
fig.02-064m
L in
Phaser
Mix
Mix
R in
Phaser
2-Band
EQ
L out
2-Band
EQ
R out
Parameter
Value
Description
Type
1, 2
Mode
4-STAGE,
8-STAGE,
12-STAGE,
16-STAGE
INVERSE,
SYNCHRO
Type of phaser
Type 2 adds more of the phaser effect to
the high frequencies than Type 1.
Number of stages in the phaser
Cyclically modulates the volume to add tremolo to the sound.
fig.02-062am
L in
Tremolo
2-Band EQ
L out
R in
Tremolo
2-Band EQ
R out
Parameter
Value
Description
Mod Wave
TRI, SQR, SIN,
SAW1, SAW2
Modulation Wave
SAW1
Depth #
Low Gain
High Gain
Level
SAW2
R
Output level
62: TREMOLO
Rate #
TRI: triangle wave
SQR: square wave
SIN: sine wave
SAW1/2: sawtooth wave
Chapter 4
L
2-Band
EQ
fig.02-063am
0.05-10.00 Hz,
note *2
0-127
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
0-127
TRI: triangle wave
SQR: square wave
SIN: sine wave
SAW1/2: sawtooth wave
SAW2
Polarity
Manual #
0-127
Rate #
Depth
Resonance
X-Feedback
0.05-10.00 Hz,
note *2
0-127
0-127
-98-+98 %
Mix Level
Step Sw
0-127
OFF, ON
Step Rate #
0.10-20.00 Hz,
note *2
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
0-127
Frequency of the change
Depth to which the effect is applied
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Output level
Low Gain
High Gain
Level
Selects whether the left and right phase of
the modulation are the same or opposite
each other.
INVERSE: The left and right phase are
opposite. When using a mono source,
this spreads the sound.
SYNCHRO: The left and right phase are
the same. Select this when inputting a
stereo source.
Adjusts the basic frequency from which
the sound is modulated.
Frequency of modulation
Depth of modulation
Amount of feedback
Adjusts the amount of the phaser sound
that’s fed back into the effect. Negative () settings invert the phase.
Level of the phase-shifted sound
Determines whether the pitch is changed
in a stepped fashion (ON) or not (OFF).
Rate (period) of pitch change
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Output level
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65: St AUTO WAH (Stereo Auto Wah)
67: MLT TAP DLY2 (Multi Tap Delay 2)
fig.02-065m
This allows you to achieve longer delay times (max. 3000 ms) for the
Multi-Tap Delay function.
L in
L out
2-Band EQ
Auto Wah
fig.02-067m
Balance D
R in
Auto Wah
L in
R out
2-Band EQ
Value
Description
Filter Type
LPF, BPF
Type of filter
LPF: The wah effect is applied over a
wide frequency range.
BPF: The wah effect is applied over a narrow frequency range.
Adjusts the sensitivity with which the filter is controlled.
Adjusts the center frequency at which the
effect is applied.
Adjusts the amount of the wah effect that
occurs in the center frequency range.
Set a higher value for Q to narrow the affect range.
Frequency of modulation
0-127
Manual #
0-127
Peak
0-127
Rate #
Depth #
Polarity
0.05-10.00 Hz,
note *2
0-127
UP, DOWN
Phase #
0-180 deg
Low Gain
High Gain
Level
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
0-127
Depth of modulation
Sets the direction in which the frequency
changes when the auto-wah filter is modulated.
UP: The filter changes toward a higher
frequency.
DOWN: The filter changes toward a lower
frequency.
Adjusts the degree of phase shift of the left
and right sounds when the wah effect is
applied.
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Output level
2-Band
EQ
L out
Balance W
Delay 3
Parameter
Sens #
Delay 1
Feed
back
Multi Tap Delay
Balance W
Delay 4
Delay 2
R in
Balance D
2-Band
EQ
R out
Parameter
Value
Description
Delay 1-4
0-3000 ms,
note *2
-98-+98 %
Adjusts the time until Delay 1-4s are
heard.
Adjusts the amount of the delay sound
that’s fed back into the effect. Negative
(-) settings invert the phase.
Adjusts the frequency above which
sound fed back to the effect is filtered
out. If you don’t want to filter out any
high frequencies, set this parameter to
BYPASS.
Output level of Delays 1-4
Stereo location of Delays 1-4
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the effect sound (W)
Output level
Feedback #
HF Damp
200-8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Delay Level 1-4
Delay Pan 1-4
Low Gain
High Gain
Balance #
0-127
L64-63R
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
D100:0WD0:100W
0-127
Level
66: ST FORMN FLT (Stereo Formant Filter)
68: REVERSE DLY2 (Reverse Delay 2)
L in
This allows you to achieve longer delay times (max. 1500 ms) for the
Reverse Delay function.
Overdrive
Formant
2-Band EQ
L out
fig.02-068m
L in
R in
Overdrive
Formant
2-Band EQ
R out
1
D1
D2
Rev. Delay
Parameter
Value
Description
Drive Sw
Drive #
OFF, ON
0-127
Vowel 1
Vowel 2
Rate #
a, e, i, o, u
Turns Drive on/off.
Degree of distortion
Also changes the volume.
Selects the vowel.
Depth #
Manual #
0.05-10.00 Hz,
note *2
0-127
0-100
Phase #
0-180 deg
Keysync Sw
OFF, ON
Keysync Thresh
0-127
Low Gain
High Gain
Level
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
0-127
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R in
Feedback 1
Delay
D4
Feedback 4
2-Band
EQ
L out
2-Band
EQ
R out
2
D3
3
Parameter
Value
Description
Frequency at which the two vowels
switch
Delay 1-4
Effect depth
Adjusts the point at which the two
vowels switch.
When set to 50, Vowels 1 and 2
switch in the same amount of time.
Setting this lower than 50 increases
the time for Vowel 1; setting this
higher than 50 decreases the time
for Vowel 1.
Adjusts the phase shift of the left
and right sounds when the two vowels are switched.
Determines whether the LFO for
switching the vowels is reset according to the input sound (ON) or not
(OFF).
Volume level at which reset is applied
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Output level
Feedback 1 #
Feedback 4 #
0-1500 ms,
note *2
-98-+98 %
Adjusts the time until Delays 1-4 are
heard.
Adjusts the amount of the delay sound
that’s fed back into the effect. Negative
(-) settings invert the phase.
Adjusts the frequency above which
sound fed back to the effect is filtered
out. If you don’t want to filter out any
high frequencies, set this parameter to
BYPASS.
Output level of Delays 1-3
Stereo location of Delays 1-3
Volume level at which the reverse delay begins
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the effect sound (W)
Output level
HF Damp 1
HF Damp 4
200-8000
Hz, BYPASS
Delay Level 1-3
Delay Pan 1-3
Threshold
0-127
L64-63R
0-127
Low Gain
High Gain
Balance #
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
D100:0WD0:100W
0-127
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69: SHUFFLE DLY2 (Shuffle Delay 2)
Parameter
Value
Description
Balance #
This allows you to achieve longer delay times (max. 3000 ms) for the
Shuffle Delay function.
Output Mode
D100:0WD0:100W
SPEAKER,
PHONES
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the effect sound (W)
Select the method by which the effect
is sent to the OUTPUT jacks.
fig.02-069m
2-Band
EQ
L in
Delay A
A
Delay B
B
L out
Level
Delay
2-Band
EQ
R out
Parameter
Value
Description
Delay #
0-3000 ms,
note *2
0-100 %
Adjusts the time until the delay is
heard.
Sets the ratio (as a percentage) of the
time that elapses before Delay B
sounds relative to the time that elapses
before Delay A sounds. When set to
100%, the delay times are the same.
Adjusts the time over which the Delay
Time changes from the current setting
to a specified new setting.
Adjusts the amount of the delay sound
that’s fed back into the effect. Negative
(-) settings invert the phase.
Adjusts the frequency above which
sound fed back to the effect is filtered
out. If you don’t want to filter out any
high frequencies, set this parameter to
BYPASS.
Stereo location of the Delays A and B
Volume balance between Delay A and
Delay B
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the effect sound (W)
Output level
Acceleration
0-15
Feedback #
-98-+98 %
HF Damp
Pan A, B
Level Bal
Low Gain
High Gain
Balance #
Level
Output level
71: ROTARY 2
R in
Shuffle Rate #
0-127
200-8000 Hz,
BYPASS
L64-63R
A100:0BA0:100B
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
D100:0WD0:100W
0-127
70: 3D DELAY 2
This allows you to achieve longer delay times (max. 3000 ms) for the
3D Delay function.
This type provides for a second type of rotary speaker simulation,
with a low-end boost.
This effect features the same specifications as the VK-7’s built-in
rotary speaker.
fig.02-071m
L in
3D Delay L
Level
2-Band
EQ
L out
R in
2-Band
EQ
R out
Parameter
Value
Description
Delay C
Delay L
Delay R
Feedback #
0-3000 ms,
note *2
Adjusts the time until the delay is
heard.
-98-+98 %
HF Damp
200-8000
Hz, BYPASS
Level C
Level L
Level R
Low Gain
High Gain
0-127
Adjusts the amount of the delay sound
that’s fed back into the effect. Negative
(-) settings invert the phase.
Adjusts the frequency above which
sound fed back to the effect is filtered
out. If you don’t want to filter out any
high frequencies, set this parameter to
BYPASS.
Output level of the delay sound
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
R out
Value
Description
Speed #
SLOW, FAST
Brake #
OFF, ON
Rotational speed of the rotating speaker
Switches the rotation of the
rotary speaker.
When this is turned off, the rotation gradually stops. When
it’s turned on, the rotation
gradually resumes.
Spread
0-10
Low Slow
Low Trans Up
0.05-10.00 Hz,
note *2
0.05-10.00 Hz,
note *2
0-127
Low Trans Down
0-127
Low Level
High Slow
High Trans Up
High Trans Down
HIgh Level
Low Gain
0-127
0.05-10.00 Hz,
note *2
0.05-10.00 Hz,
note *2
0-127
0-127
0-127
-15-+15 dB
High Gain
-15-+15 dB
Level #
0-127
Low Fast
3D Delay C
3D Delay R
2-Band EQ
Parameter
High Fast
R
L out
Rotary
fig.02-070m
L
2-Band EQ
Sets the rotary speaker stereo
image. The higher the value
set, the wider the stereo image.
Low-speed rotation rate of
the woofer
High-speed rotation rate of
the woofer
Adjusts the rate at which the
woofer rotation speeds up
when the rotation is switched
from Slow to Fast.
Adjusts the rate at which the
woofer rotation when the rotation is switched from Fast
to Slow.
Volume of the woofer
Settings for the tweeter
The parameters are the same as
for the woofer.
Gain of the low frequency
range
Gain of the high frequency
range
Output level
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Feedback
The optimal 3D effect is achieved if you
select SPEAKER when using speakers, or
PHONES when using headphones.
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72: ROTARY MULTI
73: KEYBD MULTI (Keyboard Multi)
L in
fig.02-072m
Ring Mod
3-Band EQ
L in
Overdrive/
Distortion
Amp
Simulator
Pitch
Shifter
3-Band EQ
R in
R in
Ring Mod
3-Band EQ
Lo
L out
Rotary
Feedback
Feedback
Pan
Delay
Phaser
Mix
R out
Resonance
Ro
Parameter
Value
Description
OD/Dist
Switch
OFF, ON
Turns the Overdrive/Distortion
on/off.
Selects either Overdrive or Distortion.
Degree of distortion
Type
Drive #
OVERDRIVE,
DISTORTION
0-127
Tone
0-127
Level
0-127
Also changes the volume.
Amp Simulator
Switch
Type
Sound quality of the Overdrive/
Distortion effect
Volume of the Overdrive/Distortion sound
OFF, ON
SMALL,
BUILT-IN,
2-STACK,
3-STACK
Turns the Amp Simulator on/off.
Type of guitar amp
OFF, ON
-15-+15 dB
200-8000 Hz
-15-+15 dB
0.5, 1.0, 2.0, 4.0,
8.0
Turns the 3 Band EQ on/off.
Gain of the low frequency range
Frequency of the middle range
Gain of the middle range
Width of the middle range
High Gain
Rotary
Switch
Speed #
-15-+15 dB
Gain of the high frequency range
OFF, ON
SLOW, FAST
Low Freq Slow
0.05-10.00 Hz,
note *2
0.05-10.00 Hz,
note *2
0-15
Turns the Rotary on/off.
Rotational speed of both the lowrange and the high-range rotors
Speed of the low-range rotor for the
slow-speed setting
Speed of the low-range rotor for the
fast-speed setting
Adjusts the time over which the rotation speed of the low-range rotor
changes from slow-speed to fastspeed (or fast-speed to slow-speed)
rotation. Lower values produce
longer times.
Volume of the low-range rotor
Settings of the high-range rotor
3 Band EQ
Switch
Low Gain
Mid Freq
Mid Gain
Mid Q
Low Freq Fast
Low Freq Accel
Low Freq Level
HIgh Freq Slow
High Freq Fast
High Freq Accel
High Freq Level
Separation
Output
Level
Pan
0-127
0.05-10.00 Hz,
note *2
0.05-10.00 Hz,
note *2
0-15
0-127
0-127
0-127
L64-63R
SMALL: small amp
BUILT-IN: single-unit type amp
2-STACK: large double stack amp
3-STACK: large triple stack amp
Set a higher value for Q to narrow the
range to be affected.
The parameters are the same as for the
low-range rotor.
Spatial spread of the rotary sound
Output level
Stereo location of the output
* Ring Modulator is an effect that applies amplitude modulation (AM) to
the input signal, producing bell-like sounds.
Parameter
Ring Mod
Switch
Freq #
Bal #
3 Band EQ
Switch
Low Gain
Mid Freq
Mid Gain
Mid Q
Description
OFF, ON
0-127
D100:0WD0:100W
Turns the Ring Modulator on/off.
Frequency at which modulation is applied
Volume balance between the direct sound
(D) and the ring modulated sound (W)
OFF, ON
-15-+15 dB
200-8000 Hz
-15-+15 dB
0.5, 1.0, 2.0,
4.0, 8.0
Turns the 3 Band EQ on/off.
Gain of the low frequency range
Frequency of the middle frequency range
Gain of the middle frequency range
Width of the middle frequency range
Set a higher value for Q to narrow the frequency range to be affected.
Gain of the high frequency range
High Gain
Pitch Shift
Switch
Mode
-15-+15 dB
Coarse #1
-24-+12 semi
Fine #1
-100-+100 cent
Dly
0.0-500.0 ms
Feedback #
-98-+98 %
Balance
D100:0WD0:100W
Phaser
Switch
Mode
Manual #
Rate #
Depth
Resonance
Mix
Delay
Switch
Time L
Time R
Feedback
OFF, ON
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
OFF, ON
4-STAGE,
8-STAGE
0-127
0.05-10.00 Hz,
note *2
0-127
0-127
0-127
OFF, ON
0-3000 ms,
note *2
-98-+98 %
Turns the Pitch Shifter on/off
Setting a higher value for this parameter
results in a slower response, but steadier
pitch.
Adjusts the pitch of the pitch-shifted
sound in semitone steps.
Adjusts the pitch of the pitch-shifted
sound in 2-cent steps.
Adjusts the time until the pitch-shifted
sound is heard.
Adjusts the amount of the pitch-shifted
sound that’s fed back into the effect. Negative (-) settings invert the phase.
Volume balance between the direct sound
(D) and the pitch shifted sound (W)
Turns the Phaser on/off.
Number of stages in the phaser
Adjusts the basic frequency from which
the sound is modulated.
Frequency of modulation
Depth of modulation
Amount of feedback
Level of the phase-shifted sound
Turns the Delay on/off.
Adjusts the time until the delay is heard.
HF Damp
200-8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Balance #
D100:0WD0:100W
Adjusts the amount of the delay sound
that’s fed back into the effect. Negative (-)
settings invert the phase.
Adjusts the frequency above which sound
fed back to the effect is filtered out. If you
don’t want to filter out any high frequencies, set this parameter to BYPASS.
Volume balance between the direct sound
(D) and the delay sound (W)
0-127
Output level
Output
Level
94
Value
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74: RHODES MULTI
L in
75: JD MULTI
This allows the Distortion (DS), Phaser (PH), Spectrum (SP), and
Enhancer (EH) effects to be connected in series in any desired order.
Enhancer
Mix
Resonance
fig.02-075m
Phaser
Mix
R in
L in
Enhancer
Distortion
Mix
Phaser
R in
Chorus/
Flanger
Tremolo/
Pan
L out
L out
Spectrum
Enhancer
R out
Chorus/
Flanger
Tremolo/
Pan
Value
Description
Enhancer
Switch
Sens #
Mix
OFF, ON
0-127
0-127
Turns the Enhancer on/off.
Sensitivity of the enhancer
Level of the overtones generated by
the enhancer
Phaser
Switch
Mode
Manual #
OFF, ON
4-STAGE, 8-STAGE
0-127
Turns the Phaser on/off.
Number of stages in the phaser
Adjusts the basic frequency from
which the sound is modulated.
Frequency of modulation
Depth of modulation
Amount of feedback
Level of the phase-shifted sound
0.05-10.00 Hz, note *2
0-127
0-127
0-127
Pre Dly
0.0-100.0 ms
Filter Type
OFF, LPF, HPF
Cutoff Freq
Balance #
Tre/Pan
Switch
Type
Mod Wave
OFF, ON
CHORUS, FLANGER
0.05-10.00 Hz, note *2
0-127
-98-+98 %
200-8000 Hz
D100:0W-D0:100W
OFF, ON
TREMOLO, AUTO
PAN
TRI, SQR, SIN, SAW1,
SAW2
SAW1
(R)
(L)
Rate #
Depth #
Output
Level
Value
Description
Sequence
DS-PH-SP-EN
:
EN-SP-PH-DS
Order in which effects are connected
OFF, ON
MELLOW DRIVE,
OVERDRIVE,
CRY DRIVE,
MELLOW DIST,
LIGHT DIST,
FAT DIST,
FUZZ DIST
Turns the Distortion on/off.
Type of distortion
Drive #
Level
Phaser
Switch
Manual #
0-100
0-100
Amount of distortion
Distortion output level
OFF, ON
50 Hz-15.0 kHz
Rate #
Depth #
Resonance #
Mix Level #
0.1-10.0 Hz
0-100
0-100
0-100
Turns the Phaser on/off.
Adjusts the basic frequency
from which the sound is modulated.
Frequency of modulation
Depth of modulation
Amount of feedback
Level of the phase-shifted
sound
R out
Parameter
Rate #
Depth
Resonance
Mix
Cho/Flg
Switch
Type
Rate
Depth
Feedback
Parameter
Turns the Chorus/Flanger on/off.
Selects either Chorus or Flanger.
Frequency of modulation
Depth of modulation
Adjusts the amount of the flanger
sound that is fed back into the effect.
Negative (-) settings invert the
phase.
Adjusts the time until the chorus/
flanger is heard.
Type of filter
OFF: no filter is used
LPF: cuts the frequency range
above the Cutoff Freq
HPF: cuts the frequency range
below the Cutoff Freq
Basic frequency of the filter
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the chorus/flanger
sound (W)
Turns Tremolo/Pan on/off.
Selects either Tremolo or Pan.
Modulation Wave
TRI: triangle wave
SQR: square wave
SIN: sine wave
SAW1/2: sawtooth wave
SAW2
(R)
Dist
Switch
Type
Spectrum
Switch
Band1 (250Hz)
Band2 (500Hz)
Band3 (1000Hz)
Band4 (2000Hz)
Band5 (4000Hz)
Band6 (8000Hz)
Width
MELLOW DRIVE: A soft, mellow distortion; somewhat dark
sounding.
OVERDRIVE: The classic sound
of an overdriven tube amp.
CRY DRIVE: Distortion with a
high-frequency boost.
MELLOW DIST: Sounds like the
distortion you’d get from a really
big amp.
LIGHT DIST: A distortion with
an intense, brilliant feel.
FAT DIST: Boosted lows and
highs gives this one a thick, fat
sound.
FUZZ DIST: Like FAT DIST, but
with even more distortion.
OFF, ON
-15-+15 dB
Turns the Spectrum on/off.
Gain of each frequency band
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Simultaneously adjusts the
width of all frequency bands.
Enhancer
Switch
Sens
Mix Level #
OFF, ON
0-100
0-100
Turns the Enhancer on/off.
Sensitivity of the enhancer
Level of the overtones generated by the enhancer
Output
Level
Pan
0-127
L64-63R
Output level
Stereo location of the output
(L)
0.05-10.00 Hz, note *2
0-127
Frequency of modulation
Depth of modulation
0-127
Output level
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76: St LOFI COMP (Stereo Lo-Fi Compress)
77: St LOFI NOIZ (Stereo Lo-Fi Noise)
This is a stereo Lo-Fi compressor. It deliberately degrades the sound
quality for creative effect.
This is a stereo Lo-Fi noise. In addition to a Lo-Fi effect, this effect
also generates various types of noise such as radio noise and disc
noise.
fig.02-076m
L in
2-Band EQ
Lo-Fi
L out
fig.02-077m
L in
R in
Lo-Fi
2-Band EQ
Radio
Value
Description
LoFi Type
1-9
Degrades the sound quality.
The sound quality grows
poorer as this value is increased.
Adjusts the type of filter applied to the sound before it
passes through the Lo-Fi effect.
Adjusts the type of filter applied to the sound after it
passes through the Lo-Fi effect.
Type of filter
Pre Filter
1-6
Post Filter 1
1-6
Post Filter 2
OFF, LPF, HPF
OFF: no filter is used
LPF: cuts the frequency range
above the Cutoff
HPF: cuts the frequency range
below the Cutoff
Post Cutoff
Low Gain
200-8000 Hz
-15-+15 dB
High Gain
-15-+15 dB
Balance #
D100:0WD0:100W
Level
0-127
Basic frequency of the filter
Gain of the low frequency
range
Gain of the high frequency
range
Volume balance between the
direct sound (D) and the effect sound (W)
Output level
2-Band
EQ
R out
Noise Gen.
Lo-Fi
R in
Parameter
Value
Description
LoFi Type
1-9
Post Filter
OFF, LPF,
HPF
Degrades the sound quality. The
sound quality grows poorer as this
value is increased.
Type of filter
Cutoff Freq
Hum N Type
Hum N LPF
200-8000 Hz
50 Hz, 60 Hz
200-8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Hum N Level
Radio Detune #
0-127
0-127
OFF: no filter is used
LPF: cuts the frequency range above
the Cutoff
HPF: cuts the frequency range below
the Cutoff
Basic frequency of the filter
Type of hum noise
Adjusts the cutoff frequency of the
low pass filter applied to the hum
noise. If you don’t want to filter
out any high frequencies, set this
parameter to BYPASS.
Volume of the hum noise
Simulates the tuning noise of a radio.
As this value is raised, the tuning
drifts further.
RadioNoise Level
W/P Noise Type
0-127
WHITE, PINK
W/P LPF
200-8000 Hz,
BYPASS
White/Pink Level
0-127
Disc N Type
LP, EP, SP,
RND
Disc N LPF
200-8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Disc N Level
Low Gain
High Gain
Balance #
0-127
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
D100:0WD0:100W
0-127
Level
96
L out
Lo-Fi
R out
Parameter
2-Band
EQ
Volume of the radio noise
Selects either white noise or pink
noise.
Adjusts the cutoff frequency of the
low pass filter applied to the white
noise or pink noise. If you don’t
want to filter out any high frequencies, set this parameter to BYPASS.
Volume of the white noise or pink
noise
Type of record noise
The frequency at which the noise is
heard depends on the selected type.
Adjusts the cutoff frequency of the
low pass filter applied to the
record noise. If you don’t want to
filter out any high frequencies, set
this parameter to BYPASS.
Volume of the record noise
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the effect sound (W)
Output level
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78: GTR AMP SIM (Guitar Amp Simulator)
This is an effect that simulates the sound of a guitar amplifier.
fig.02-078m
L in
79: STEREO OD (Stereo Overdrive)
L in
Overdrive
Amp
Simulator
2-Band
EQ
L out
R in
Overdrive
Amp
Simulator
2-Band
EQ
R out
L out
Pan L
Speaker
Pan R
R in
R out
Parameter
Value
Description
Amp Simulator Sw
Amp Type
OFF, ON
Turns the amp switch on/off.
Type of guitar amp
JC-120, CLEAN TWIN,
MATCH DRIVE,
BG LEAD, MS1959I,
MS1959II, MS1959I+II,
SLDN LEAD,
METAL 5150,
METAL LEAD,
OD-1, OD-2 TURBO,
DISTORTION, FUZZ
Amp Volume #
0-127
Amp Master Vol #
Amp Gain
Amp Presence
0-127
LOW, MID, HIGH
0-127 (MATCH
DRIVE: -127 - 0)
OFF, ON
Amp Bright
0-127
Speaker Switch
OFF, ON
SP Type
Mic Setting
(See the table below.)
1, 2, 3
Mic Level
Direct Level
Level #
Pan #
Volume and amount of distortion of the amp
Volume of the entire pre-amp
Amount of pre-amp distortion
Tone for the ultra-high frequency range
Turning this “On” produces a
sharper and brighter sound.
Description
0-127
Degree of distortion
Tone
Amp Switch
Amp Type
0-127
OFF, ON
SMALL,
BUILT-IN,
2-STACK,
3-STACK
Sound quality of the Overdrive effect
Turns the Amp Simulator on/off.
Type of guitar amp
-15-+15 dB
-15-+15 dB
0-127
Gain of the low frequency range
Gain of the high frequency range
Output level
Low Gain
High Gain
Level
Determines whether the signal passes through the speaker (ON), or not (OFF).
Type of speaker
Adjusts the location of the mic
that’s capturing the sound of
the speaker.
This can be adjusted in three
steps, from 1 to 3, with the
mic becoming more distant
as the value increases.
Volume of the microphone
Volume of the direct sound
Output level
Stereo location of the output
Specifications for each Speaker Type
SMALL: small amp
BUILT-IN: single-unit type amp
2-STACK: large double stack amp
3-STACK: large triple stack amp
80: STEREO DIST (Stereo Distortion)
The parameters are the same as for “79: STEREO OD.”
fig.02-080m
L in
Distortion
Amp
Simulator
2-Band
EQ
L out
R in
Distortion
Amp
Simulator
2-Band
EQ
R out
Tone of the bass/mid/treble
frequency range
* Middle cannot be set if
“MATCH DRIVE” is selected as the Pre Amp
Type.
0-127
0-127
0-127
L64-63R
Value
Drive #
Also changes the volume.
* This parameter applies
to the “JC-120,”
“CLEAN TWIN,” and
“BG LEAD” Pre Amp
Types.
Amp Bass
Amp Middle
Amp Treble
Parameter
In this section, the Delay and Chorus/Flanger are depicted in
diagrams. When these same effects are discussed later on, these
diagrams also apply.
fig.02-080ms
Feedback
Delay
Delay
The speaker column indicates the diameter of each speaker unit (in
inches) and the number of units.
Type
Cabinet
Speaker
Microphone
SMALL 1
SMALL 2
MIDDLE
JC-120
BUILT IN 1
BUILT IN 2
BUILT IN 3
BUILT IN 4
BUILT IN 5
BG STACK 1
BG STACK 2
MS STACK 1
MS STACK 2
METAL
STACK
2-STACK
3-STACK
small open-back enclosure
small open-back enclosure
open back enclosure
open back enclosure
open back enclosure
open back enclosure
open back enclosure
open back enclosure
open back enclosure
sealed enclosure
large sealed enclosure
large sealed enclosure
large sealed enclosure
large double stack
10
10
12 x 1
12 x 2
12 x 2
12 x 2
12 x 2
12 x 2
12 x 2
12 x 2
12 x 2
12 x 4
12 x 4
12 x 4
dynamic
dynamic
dynamic
dynamic
dynamic
condenser
condenser
condenser
condenser
condenser
condenser
condenser
condenser
condenser
large double stack
large triple stack
12 x 4
12 x 4
condenser
condenser
Chorus/
Flanger
Feedback
L out
R out
Chorus/
Flanger
Chorus/
Flanger
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81: GTR MULTI A (Guitar Multi A)
82: GTR MULTI B (Guitar Multi B)
fig.02-081m
fig.02-082m
L in
L in
Compressor
Overdrive/
Distortion
Amp
Simulator
Compressor
Overdrive/
Distortion
Amp
Simulator
R in
R in
L out
Delay
Chorus/
Flanger
Pan
L out
Chorus/
Flanger
3-Band EQ
R out
Parameter
Value
Description
OFF, ON
0-127
0-127
0-127
Turns the Compressor on/off.
Sets the speed at which compression starts
Adjusts the duration of the compression.
Volume of the Compressor sound
Turns the Overdrive/Distortion on/off.
Selects either Overdrive or Distortion.
Drive #
OFF, ON
OVERDRIVE,
DISTORTION
0-127
Tone
0-127
Level
0-127
Compressor
Switch
Attack
Sustain
Level #
OD/Dist
Switch
Type
Parameter
Amp Simulator
Switch
OFF, ON
SMALL,
Type
BUILT-IN,
2-STACK,
3-STACK
Delay
Switch
Time L
Time R
Feedback
OFF, ON
0-3000 ms,
note *2
-98-+98 %
HF Damp
200-8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Balance #
D100:0WD0:100W
Cho/Flg
Switch
Type
Depth
Feedback
OFF, ON
CHORUS,
FLANGER
0.05-10.00 Hz,
note *2
0-127
-98-+98 %
PreDly
0.0-100.0 ms
Filter Type
OFF, LPF,
HPF
Rate
Cutoff Freq
Balance #
Output
Level
Pan
98
R out
Amount of distortion
Also changes the volume.
Sound quality of the Overdrive/Distortion
effect
Volume of the Overdrive/Distortion
sound
Value
Description
OFF, ON
0-127
0-127
0-127
Turns the Compressor on/off.
Sets the speed at which compression starts
Adjusts the duration of the compression.
Volume of the Compressor sound
Turns the Overdrive/Distortion on/off.
Selects either Overdrive or Distortion.
Drive #
OFF, ON
OVERDRIVE,
DISTORTION
0-127
Tone
0-127
Level
0-127
Compressor
Switch
Attack
Sustain
Level #
OD/Dist
Switch
Type
Turns the Amp Simulator on/off.
Type of guitar amp
SMALL: small amp
BUILT-IN: single-unit type amp
2-STACK: large double stack amp
3-STACK: large triple stack amp
Amp Simulator
OFF, ON
Switch
SMALL,
Type
BUILT-IN,
2-STACK,
3-STACK
Turns the Delay on/off.
Adjusts the time until the delay is heard.
3 Band EQ
Switch
Low Gain
Mid Freq
Mid Gain
Mid Q
Adjusts the amount of the delay sound
that’s fed back into the effect. Negative (-)
settings invert the phase.
Adjusts the frequency above which sound
fed back to the effect is filtered out. If you
don’t want to filter out any high frequencies, set this parameter to BYPASS.
Volume balance between the direct sound
(D) and the delay sound (W)
High Gain
Cho/Flg
Switch
Type
OFF, ON
-15-+15 dB
200-8000 Hz
-15-+15 dB
0.5, 1.0, 2.0,
4.0, 8.0
-15-+15 dB
Degree of distortion
Also changes the volume.
Sound quality of the Overdrive/Distortion
effect
Volume of the Overdrive/Distortion
sound
Turns the Amp Simulator on/off.
Type of guitar amp
SMALL: small amp
BUILT-IN: single-unit type amp
2-STACK: large double stack amp
3-STACK: large triple stack amp
Turns the 3 Band EQ on/off.
Gain of the low frequency range
Frequency of the middle frequency range
Gain of the middle frequency range
Width of the middle frequency range
Set a higher value for Q to narrow the frequency range to be affected.
Gain of the high frequency range
Turns the Chorus/Flanger on/off.
Selects either Chorus or Flanger.
Rate
Frequency of modulation
Depth
Feedback
OFF, ON
CHORUS,
FLANGER
0.05-10.00 Hz,
note *2
0-127
-98-+98 %
PreDly
0.0-100.0 ms
Filter Type
OFF, LPF,
HPF
Cutoff Freq
Balance #
200-8000 Hz
D100:0WD0:100W
Depth of modulation
Adjusts the amount of the flanger sound
that’s fed back into the effect. Negative (-)
settings invert the phase.
Adjusts the time until the chorus/flanger
is heard.
Type of filter
OFF: no filter is used
LPF: cuts the frequency range above the
Cutoff Freq
HPF: cuts the frequency range below the
Cutoff Freq
Basic frequency of the filter
Volume balance between the direct sound
(D) and the chorus/flanger sound (W)
0-127
L64-63R
Output level
Stereo location of the output
200-8000 Hz
D100:0WD0:100W
Depth of modulation
Adjusts the amount of the flanger sound
that’s fed back into the effect. Negative (-)
settings invert the phase.
Adjusts the time until the chorus/flanger
is heard.
Type of filter
OFF: no filter is used
LPF: cuts the frequency range above the
Cutoff Freq
HPF: cuts the frequency range below the
Cutoff Freq
Basic frequency of the filter
Volume balance between the direct sound
(D) and the chorus/flanger sound (W)
0-127
L64-63R
Output level
Stereo location of the output
Output
Level
Pan
Turns the Chorus/Flanger on/off.
Selects either Chorus or Flanger.
Frequency of modulation
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83: GTR MULTI C (Guitar Multi C)
84: CL GTR MLT A (Clean Guitar Multi A)
L in
fig.02-084m
Wah
L in
Amp
Simulator
Compressor
R in
L out
Delay
Chorus/
Flanger
R in
Pan
L out
R out
Value
Description
Turns the Overdrive/Distortion on/off.
Selects either Overdrive or Distortion.
Drive #
OFF, ON
OVERDRIVE,
DISTORTION
0-127
Tone
0-127
Level
Wah
Switch
Filter Type
0-127
Parameter
OD/Dist
Switch
Type
Rate
OFF, ON
LPF, BPF
Depth
Sens
0.05-10.00 Hz,
note *2
0-127
0-127
Manual #
0-127
Peak
0-127
Amp Simulator
OFF, ON
Switch
SMALL,
Type
BUILT-IN, 2STACK, 3STACK
Delay
Switch
Time L
Time R
Feedback
Cho/Flg
Switch
Type
Depth
Feedback
OFF, ON
CHORUS,
FLANGER
0.05-10.00 Hz,
note *2
0-127
-98-+98 %
PreDly
0.0-100.0 ms
Filter Type
OFF, LPF, HPF
Rate
Cutoff Freq
Balance #
Output
Level
Pan
Value
Description
OFF, ON
0-127
Sustain
0-127
Turns the Auto Wah on/off.
Type of filter
LPF: The wah effect is applied over a
wide frequency range.
BPF: The wah effect is applied over a narrow frequency range.
Frequency of modulation
Level #
3 Band EQ
Switch
Low Gain
Mid Freq
0-127
Turns the Compressor on/off.
Sets the speed at which compression
starts
Adjusts the duration of the compression.
Volume of the Compressor sound
Mid Gain
Mid Q
-15-+15 dB
0.5, 1.0, 2.0, 4.0,
8.0
High Gain
Delay
Switch
Time L
-15-+15 dB
Turns the 3 Band EQ on/off.
Gain of the low frequency range
Frequency of the middle frequency
range
Gain of the middle frequency range
Width of the middle frequency
range
Set a higher value for Q to narrow
the affected frequency range.
Gain of the high frequency range
OFF, ON
0-3000 ms,
note*2
Turns the Delay on/off.
Adjusts the time until the delay is
heard.
-98-+98 %
Adjusts the amount of the delay
sound that’s fed back into the effect.
Negative (-) settings invert the
phase.
Adjusts the frequency above which
sound fed back to the effect is filtered out. If you don’t want to filter
out any high frequencies, set this parameter to BYPASS.
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the delay sound (W)
Depth of modulation
Adjusts the sensitivity with which the filter is
controlled.
Adjusts the center frequency at which the effect is applied.
Adjusts the amount of the wah effect that occurs in the center frequency range.
Set a higher value for Q to narrow the affect frequency range.
Turns the Amp Simulator on/off.
Type of guitar amp
SMALL: small amp
BUILT-IN: single-unit type amp
2-STACK: large double stack amp
3-STACK: large triple stack amp
Adjusts the amount of the delay sound that’s
fed back into the effect. Negative (-) settings
invert the phase.
Adjusts the frequency above which sound
fed back to the effect is filtered out. If you
don’t want to filter out any high frequencies,
set this parameter to BYPASS.
Volume balance between the direct sound
(D) and the delay sound (W)
D100:0WD0:100W
R out
Compressor
Switch
Attack
-98-+98 %
Balance #
Pan
Parameter
Turns the Delay on/off.
Adjusts the time until the delay is heard.
200-8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Delay
Chorus/
Flanger
Degree of distortion
Also changes the volume.
Sound quality of the Overdrive/Distortion
effect
Volume of the Overdrive/Distortion sound
OFF, ON
0-3000 ms,
note *2
HF Damp
3-Band EQ
Time R
Feedback
OFF, ON
-15-+15 dB
200-8000 Hz
HF Damp
200-8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Balance #
D100:0WD0:100W
Cho/Flg
Switch
Type
Depth
Feedback
OFF, ON
CHORUS,
FLANGER
0.05-10.00 Hz,
note *2
0-127
-98-+98 %
Pre Delay
0.0-100.0 ms
Filter Type
OFF, LPF, HPF
Cutoff Freq
Balance #
200-8000 Hz
D100:0WD0:100W
Rate
Turns the Chorus/Flanger on/off.
Selects either Chorus or Flanger.
Frequency of modulation
200-8000 Hz
D100:0WD0:100W
Depth of modulation
Adjusts the amount of the flanger sound
that’s fed back into the effect. Negative (-)
settings invert the phase.
Adjusts the time until the chorus/flanger is
heard.
Type of filter
OFF: no filter is used
LPF: cuts the frequency range above the
Cutoff Freq
HPF: cuts the frequency range below the
Cutoff Freq
Basic frequency of the filter
Volume balance between the direct sound
(D) and the chorus/flanger sound (W)
0-127
L64-63R
Output level
Stereo location of the output
Output
Level
Pan
0-127
L64-63R
Turns the Chorus/Flanger on/off.
Selects either Chorus or Flanger.
Frequency of modulation
Depth of modulation
Adjusts the amount of the flanger
sound that’s fed back into the effect.
Negative (-) settings invert the
phase.
Adjusts the time until the chorus/
flanger is heard.
Type of filter
OFF: no filter is used
LPF: cuts the frequency range
above the Cutoff Freq
HPF: cuts the frequency range below the Cutoff Freq
Basic frequency of the filter
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the chorus/flanger
sound (W)
Output level
Stereo location of the output
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Overdrive/
Distortion
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85: CL GTR MLT B (Clean Guitar Multi B)
86: BASS MULTI
fig.02-085m
fig.02-086m
L in
L in
Wah
3-Band EQ
Overdrive/
Distortion
Compressor
R in
Amp
Simulator
R in
L out
L out
Delay
Chorus/
Flanger
3-Band
EQ
Pan
Chorus/
Flanger
R out
R out
Parameter
Wah
Switch
Filter Type
Rate
Value
OFF, ON
LPF, BPF
Mod Depth
Sens
0.05-10.00 Hz,
note *2
0-127
0-127
Manual #
0-127
Peak
0-127
3 Band EQ
Switch
Low Gain
Mid Freq
Mid Gain
Mid Q
OFF, ON
-15-+15 dB
200-8000 Hz
-15-+15 dB
0.5, 1.0, 2.0,
4.0, 8.0
High Gain
Delay
Switch
Time L
Time R
Feedback
-15-+15 dB
HF Damp
200-8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Balance #
D100:0WD0:100W
Cho/Flg
Switch
Type
OFF, ON
0-3000 ms,
note *2
-98-+98 %
Depth
Feedback
OFF, ON
CHORUS,
FLANGER
0.05-10.00 Hz,
note *2
0-127
-98-+98 %
PreDly
0.0-100.0 ms
Filter Type
OFF, LPF,
HPF
Rate
Cutoff Freq
Balance #
Output
Level
Pan
100
Description
Turns the Auto Wah on/off.
Type of filter
LPF: The wah effect is applied over a
wide frequency range.
BPF: The wah effect is applied over a narrow frequency range.
Frequency of modulation
Depth of modulation
Adjusts the sensitivity with which the filter is controlled.
Adjusts the center frequency at which the
effect is applied.
Adjusts the amount of the wah effect that
occurs in the center frequency range.
Set a higher value for Q to narrow the affected frequency range.
Turns the 3 Band EQ on/off.
Gain of the low frequency range
Frequency of the middle frequency range
Gain of the middle frequency range
Width of the middle frequency range
Set a higher value for Q to narrow the affect frequency range.
Gain of the high frequency range
Turns the Delay on/off.
Adjusts the time until the delay is heard.
Adjusts the amount of the delay sound
that’s fed back into the effect. Negative (-)
settings invert the phase.
Adjusts the frequency above which sound
fed back to the effect is filtered out. If you
don’t want to filter out any high frequencies, set this parameter to BYPASS.
Volume balance between the direct sound
(D) and the delay sound (W)
Turns the Chorus/Flanger on/off.
Selects either Chorus or Flanger.
Frequency of modulation
200-8000 Hz
D100:0WD0:100W
Depth of modulation
Adjusts the amount of the flanger sound
that’s fed back into the effect. Negative (-)
settings invert the phase.
Adjusts the time until the chorus/flanger
sound is heard.
Type of filter
OFF: no filter is used
LPF: cuts the frequency range above the
Cutoff Freq
HPF: cuts the frequency range below the
Cutoff Freq
Basic frequency of the filter
Volume balance between the direct sound
(D) and the chorus/flanger sound (W)
0-127
L64-63R
Output level
Stereo location of the output
Parameter
Value
Description
Compressor
Switch
Attack
OFF, ON
0-127
Sustain
0-127
Level #
OD/Dist
Switch
0-127
Turns the Compressor on/off.
Sets the speed at which compression
starts
Adjusts the duration of the compression.
Volume of the Compressor sound
Type
Drive #
OVERDRIVE,
DISTORTION
0-127
Level
0-127
OFF, ON
Turns the Overdrive/Distortion on/
off.
Selects either Overdrive or Distortion.
Degree of distortion
Also changes the volume.
Amp Simulator
OFF, ON
Switch
Type
SMALL,
BUILT-IN,
2-STACK
3 Band EQ
Switch
Low Gain
Mid Freq
Mid Gain
Mid Q
High Gain
Cho/Flg
Switch
Type
OFF, ON
-15-+15 dB
200-8000 Hz
-15-+15 dB
0.5, 1.0, 2.0,
4.0, 8.0
Volume of the Overdrive/Distortion
sound
Turns the Amp Simulator on/off.
Type of bass amp
SMALL: small amp
BUILT-IN: single-unit type amp
2-STACK: large double stack amp
Turns the 3 Band EQ on/off.
Gain of the low frequency range
Frequency of the middle frequency
range
Gain of the middle frequency range
Width of the middle frequency range
Set a higher value for Q to narrow the affected frequency range.
-15-+15 dB
Gain of the high frequency range
Turns the Chorus/Flanger on/off.
Selects either Chorus or Flanger.
Depth
Feedback
OFF, ON
CHORUS,
FLANGER
0.05-10.00 Hz,
note *2
0-127
-98-+98 %
PreDly
0.0-100.0 ms
Filter Type
OFF, LPF,
HPF
Rate
Cutoff Freq
Balance #
Output
Level
Pan
Frequency of modulation
Depth of modulation
Adjusts the amount of the flanger
sound that’s fed back into the effect.
Negative (-) settings invert the phase.
Adjusts the time until the chorus/
flanger is heard.
Type of filter
OFF: no filter is used
LPF: cuts the frequency range above the
Cutoff Freq
HPF: cuts the frequency range below the
Cutoff Freq
200-8000 Hz
D100:0WD0:100W
Basic frequency of the filter
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the chorus/flanger
sound (W)
0-127
L64-63R
Output level
Stereo location of the output
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Chapter 4 Using the XV-5050 Effects
87: ISOLATOR 2
88: St SPECTRUM (Stereo Spectrum)
This adds a filter to the ISOLATOR effect. Isolator is an equalizer
that radically cuts the volume of selected frequencies, allowing you
to create special effects to the sound by cutting the volume in various
frequency ranges.
This is a stereo spectrum. Spectrum is a type of filter that modifies
the timbre by boosting or cutting the levels of specific frequency
ranges.
fig.02-087m
L in
Spectrum
L out
R in
Spectrum
R out
R in
Isolator
Isolator
Filter
Filter
Low
Boost
L out
R out
Parameter
Value
Description
Level Low #
Level Middle #
Level High #
-60-+4 dB
These boost and cut each of the High,
Middle, and Low frequency ranges.
AntiPhase Low
Sw
OFF, ON
At -60 dB, the sound becomes inaudible. 0
dB is equivalent to the input level of the
sound.
Turns the Anti-Phase function on and
off for the Low frequency ranges.
When turned on, a stereo copy of the
sound is phase-inverted and added to the
signal.
AntiPhase Lo Lev
0-127
Adjusts the level settings for the Low
frequency ranges.
Adjusting this level for certain frequencies allows you to lend emphasis to specific elements within a sound. (This is
effective only for stereo source.)
AntiPhase Mid
Sw
AntiPhase
MidLev
Filter Switch
Filter Type
Cutoff Freq
OFF, ON
0-127
OFF, ON
LPF, BPF,
HPF,
NOTCH
0-127
Settings of the Anti-Phase function for
the Middle frequency ranges
The parameters are the same as for the
Low frequency ranges.
Turns the filter on/off.
Type of filter
LPF: Passes frequencies below the Cutoff.
BPF: Passes frequencies near the Cutoff.
HPF: Passes frequencies above the Cutoff.
NOTCH: Passes frequencies other than
those near the Cutoff.
0-127
Resonance level of the filter
Raising the setting increases the resonance volume near the cutoff frequency.
Filter Slope
-12, -24 dB
Value
Description
250Hz Gain
500Hz Gain
1000Hz Gain
1250Hz Gain
2000Hz Gain
3150Hz Gain
4000Hz Gain
8000Hz Gain
Band Width Q
-15-+15 dB
Gain of each frequency band
0.5, 1.0, 2.0,
4.0, 8.0
0-127
Simultaneously adjusts the width of all the
frequency bands.
Level #
Filter’s attenuation slope
Spins the sound across the stereo field.
fig.02-089m
L in
L out
3D Auto
R in
R out
Parameter
Value
Description
Azimuth
L180-R180
Speed #
Clockwise
0.05-10.00 Hz,
note *2
-, +
Sets the location at which the sound stops
when rotation ends.
A setting of “0” positions the sound in the
center.
Speed of rotation
Turn #
OFF, ON
Output Mode
SPEAKER,
PHONES
Level
0-127
-24 dB per octave: steep
-12 dB per octave: gentle
Filter Gain
0-24 dB
Compensates for volume reductions in
selected frequency ranges caused by
some filters.
The level of compensation increases as the
value is increased, thus raising the volume.
Low Boost Sw
OFF, ON
Turns Low Booster on/off.
This emphasizes the bottom frequencies
to create a heavy bass sound.
Low Boost Level
Level
0-127
0-127
Increasing this value gives you a
heavier low end.
* Depending on the Isolator and filter
settings, this effect may be hard to
hear.
Output level
Output level
89: 3D AUTO SPIN
Basic frequency of the filter
The closer to zero this is set, the lower the
cutoff frequency becomes; set it closer to
127, and the cutoff frequency becomes
higher.
Resonance
Parameter
Chapter 4
L in
Low
Boost
fig.02-088m
Direction of rotation
-: counterclockwise rotation
+: clockwise rotation
Stops or starts the rotation.
ON: The sound rotates.
OFF: Rotation stops at the location specified by Azimuth.
Selects the method by which the effect is
sent to the OUTPUT jacks.
The optimal 3D effect is achieved if you
select SPEAKER when using speakers, or
PHONES when using headphones.
Output level
90: 3D MANUAL
Places the 3D effect at a desired location.
L in
L out
3D Manual
R in
R out
Parameter
Value
Description
Azimuth #
L180-R180
Output Mode
SPEAKER,
PHONES
Level
0-127
Specifies the location.
A setting of “0” positions the sound in the
center.
Selects the method by which the effect is
sent to the OUTPUT jacks.
The optimal 3D effect is achieved if you
select SPEAKER when using speakers, or
PHONES when using headphones.
Output level
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Chorus Parameters
When Using 3D Effects
The following 3D effects utilize RSS (Roland Sound Space)
technology to create a spaciousness that cannot be produced by
delay, reverb, chorus, etc.
The XV-5050’s Chorus effect unit can also be used as a stereo delay
unit.
These settings allow you to select chorus or delay, and the
characteristics of the selected effect type.
48: 3D DELAY
60: 3D CHORUS
61: 3D FLANGER
Parameter
Value
Description
Type
0 (OFF),
1 (CHORUS),
2 (DELAY),
3 (GM2 CHORUS)
Selects either Chorus or Delay.
0 (OFF): Neither Chorus or Delay is
used.
1 (CHORUS): Chorus is used.
2 (DELAY): Delay is used.
3 (GM2 CHORUS): GM2 Chorus is
used.
70: 3D DELAY 2
89: 3D AUTO SPIN
90: 3D MANUAL
When using these effects, we recommend that you place your
speakers as follows. Also, make sure that the speakers are at a
sufficient distance from the walls on either side.
fig.02-031
30˚
30˚
If the left and right speakers are too far apart, or if there is too
much reverberation, the full 3D effect may not be realized.
Each of these effects has an “Output Mode” parameter. If the
sound from the OUTPUT jacks is to be heard through speakers,
set this parameter to “SPEAKER.” If the sound is to be heard
through headphones, set it to “PHONES.” This ensures that the
optimal 3D effect is achieved. If this parameter is not set
correctly, the full 3D effect may not be realized.
note *1:
Type: 1 (CHORUS)
Cho Rate
0.05-10.00 Hz
Cho Depth
0-127
Cho PreDly
0.0-100.0 ms
Chorus Feedback
0-127
Cho Filter Type
OFF, LPF,
HPF
Cho Cutoff
Cho Phase
Type: 2 (DELAY)
Delay L
Delay R
Delay C
Dly Feedback
200-8000 Hz
0-180 deg
Frequency of modulation
Depth of modulation
Adjusts the time until the chorus is
heard.
Adjusts the amount of the chorus
sound that’s fed back into the effect.
Type of filter
OFF: no filter is used
LPF: cuts the frequency range above
the Cutoff Freq
HPF: cuts the frequency range below
the Cutoff Freq
Basic frequency of the filter
Spatial spread of the sound
0-1000 ms,
note
Adjusts the time until the delay is
heard.
-98-+98 %
Dly HF Damp
200-8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Adjusts the amount of the delay sound
that’s fed back into the effect. Negative
(-) settings invert the phase.
Adjusts the frequency above which
sound fed back to the effect is filtered
out. If you don’t want to filter out any
high frequencies, set this parameter to
BYPASS.
Volume of each delay
Dly L Level
0-127
Dly R Level
Dly C Level
Type: 3 (GM2 CHORUS)
0-127
Chorus Level
0-127
Chorus Feedback
Chorus Pre-LPF
0-7
Chorus Delay
0-127
Chorus Rate
Chorus Depth
Chorus Send to
Rev
0-127
0-127
0-127
Volume of the chorus sound
Adjusts the amount of the chorus
sound that’s fed back into the effect.
Cuts the high frequency range of the
sound coming into the chorus.
Higher values cut more high frequencies.
Adjusts the time until the chorus is
heard.
Frequency of modulation
Depth of modulation
Adjusts the amount of chorus sound
sent to the reverb.
fig.MFX-note1.e_88
(Sixteenth note),
(Eighth-note triplet),
(Dotted sixteenth note),
(Half-note triplet),
(Dotted eighth note),
(Quarter note),
(Dotted quarter note),
(Eighth note),
(Half-note triplet),
(Half note),
note:
fig.MFX-note2.e
note *2:
(Sixty-fourth-note triplet),
(Sixty-fourth note),
(Thirty-second-note triplet),
fig.MFX-note2.e_88
(Sixty-fourth-note triplet),
(Thirty-second note),
(Sixty-fourth note),
(Sixteenth-note triplet),
(Eighth-note triplet),
(Sixteenth note),
(Eighth note),
(Quarter-note triplet),
(Quarter note),
(Half-note triplet),
(Whole-note triplet),
(Double-note triplet),
102
(Thirty-second-note triplet),
(Dotted thirty-second note),
(Thirty-second note),
(Sixteenth-note triplet),
(Eighth-note triplet),
(Sixteenth note),
(Eighth note),
(Quarter-note triplet),
(Quarter note),
(Half-note triplet),
(Dotted thirty-second note),
(Dotted sixteenth note),
(Dotted eighth note),
(Dotted sixteenth note),
(Dotted eighth note),
(Dotted quarter note),
(Dotted half note),
(Dotted whole note),
(Whole note),
(Double note)
(Half note),
(Whole-note triplet),
(Double-note triplet),
(Dotted quarter note),
(Dotted half note),
(Dotted whole note),
(Whole note),
(Double note)
(Half note),
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Chapter 4 Using the XV-5050 Effects
Reverb Parameters
Copying Effect Settings
These settings allow you to select the desired type of reverb and its
characteristics.
You can copy the effect settings from any Patch, Performance, or
Rhythm Set into the currently selected Patch, Performance, or
Rhythm Set. This can save a great deal of time and effort when
setting up effects.
Value
Description
0 (OFF),
1 (REVERB),
2 (SRV
ROOM),
3 (SRV
HALL),
4 (SRV
PLATE),
5 (GM2 REVERB)
Type of reverb
0 (OFF): Reverb is not used.
1 (REVERB): Normal reverb
2 (SRV ROOM): This simulates typical
room acoustic reflections.
3 (SRV HALL): This simulates typical
concert hall acoustic reflections.
4 (SRV PLATE): This simulates a reverb
plate, a popular type of artificial reverb
unit that derives its sound from the vibration of a metallic plate.
5 (GM2 REVERB): GM2 Reverb
Type: 1 (REVERB)
ROOM1,
Reverb Type
ROOM2,
STAGE1,
STAGE2,
HALL1,
HALL2,
DELAY,
PAN-DELAY
Reverb Time
0-127
Rev HF Damp
200-8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Reverb Feedback
0-127
Type of reverb/delay
ROOM1: short reverb with high density
ROOM2: short reverb with low density
STAGE1: reverb with greater late reverberation
STAGE2: reverb with strong early reflections
HALL1: very clear-sounding reverb
HALL2: rich reverb
DELAY: conventional delay effect
PAN-DELAY: delay effect with echoes
that pan left and right
Time length of reverberation (Type:
ROOM1-HALL2)
Delay time (Type: DELAY, PAN-DELAY)
Adjusts the frequency above which the
high-frequency content of the reverb sound
is cut, or “damped.” If you don’t want to
damp the high frequencies, set this parameter to BYPASS.
Adjusts the amount of delay feedback when
the Type setting is DELAY or PAN-DELAY.
Type: 2 (SRV ROOM) / 3 (SRV HALL) / 4 (SRV PLATE)
Adjusts the time until the reverb is heard.
0.0-100.0 ms
Pre Delay
Duration of reverb
0-127
Time
Size of the simulated room or hall
1-8
Size
Adjusts the frequency above which the
160 Hz-12.5
High Cut
kHz, BYPASS
Density
Diffusion
0-127
0-127
LF Damp
50-4000 Hz,
BYPASS
LF Damp Gain
-36-0 dB
HF Damp
4000 Hz-12.5
kHz, BYPASS
HF Damp Gain
-36-0 dB
Type: 5 (GM2 REVERB)
0-127
Level
0-7
Character
Pre-LPF
0-7
Time
Delay Feedback
0-127
0-127
high-frequency content of the reverb is filtered out. If you don’t want to reduce the reverb’s high frequencies, set this parameter
to BYPASS.
Density of reverb
Adjusts the change in the density of the reverb over time. The higher the value, the
more the density increases with time. (The
effect of this setting is most pronounced
with long reverb times.)
Adjusts the frequency below which the lowfrequency content of the reverb sound is reduced, or “damped.” If you don’t want to
damp the high frequencies, set this parameter to BYPASS.
Adjusts the amount of damping applied to
the frequency range selected with LF Damp.
With a setting of “0,” there’s no reduction of
the reverb’s low-frequency content.
Adjusts the frequency above which the
high-frequency content of the reverb sound
is reduced, or “damped.” If you don’t want
to damp the high frequencies, set this parameter to BYPASS.
Adjusts the amount of damping applied to
the frequency range selected with HF
Damp. With a setting of “0,” there’s no reduction of the reverb’s high-frequency content.
1. Make sure that the Performance, Patch or Rhythm Set you
wish to copy is selected.
2. Press [UTILITY] to make its indicator light.
3. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to the
parameter group at the upper line of the display.
4. Turn [VALUE] to choose “COPY EFFECT.”
5. USE [
CURSOR]/[CURSOR
the desired settings.
] and [VALUE] to choose
6. Press [ENTER] to execute the Copy.
* To cancel, press [EXIT].
7. Press [EXIT] to return to the appropriate PLAY screen.
A “*” symbol will appear at the left of the Patch/Performance/
Rhythm Set name, indicating that the Copy has been executed.
Parameter
Value
PERFORM, PATCH,
RHYTHM
(Performance/Patch/Rhythm Set name)
Type
MFX, CHORUS, REVERB
From
MFX-A–C
Source
To
MFX-A–C
Description
Selects the source containing
the settings you wish to copy.
Selects the effect type of the
source.
Selects the Multi-effects to
copy the settings from.
* This can be set only when
“PERFORM” is selected for
Source and “MFX” is selected for Type.
Selects the Multi-effects to
which you want to copy the
settings.
* This can be set only when
“PERFORM” is selected for
Source and “MFX” is selected for Type.
Output level of reverbration
Type of reverb
0–5: reverb
6, 7: delay
Cuts the high frequency range of the sound
coming into the reverb.
Higher values cut more high frequencies.
Duration of reverb
Adjusts the amount of the delay sound
that’s fed back into the effect when the Reverb Character setting is 6 or 7.
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Type
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Chapter 5 Saving a Sound You Create
Saving Edits to the XV-5050’s
Internal Memory (WRITE)
If you turn the power off or select another Patch, Rhythm Set, or
Performance after you have modified a Patch, Rhythm Set or
Performance, the changes you have made will be lost. If you wish to
preserve the data, store it into the XV-5050’s USER memory.
Internal Write Protect
The Internal Write Protect setting is provided to help prevent
the accidental overwriting of data in the USER memory. When
saving new data to the USER memory, you must turn off
Internal Write Protect. If you attempt to write data when it is
on, the following display will appear.
fig.05-01
Saving a Rhythm Set
1. Make sure that the Rhythm Set you wish to save is selected.
2. Press [UTILITY] to make its indicator light.
3. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to the
upper left of the display.
4. Turn [VALUE] to select “WRITE RHYTHM.”
5. Press [CURSOR
the display.
] to move the cursor to the lower right of
6. Turn [VALUE] to select the number of the memory location
in which you wish to save the Rhythm Set (USER area).
7. Press [ENTER] to save the Rhythm Set.
* To cancel the procedure, press [EXIT].
Change the displayed ON to OFF and press [ENTER] to turn
Internal Write Protect off. Press [ENTER] once again, and the
data will be written into the USER memory.
Once you disable Internal Write Protect, it will remain disabled
until the XV-5050’s power is turned off.
8. Press [EXIT] to return to the RHYTHM PLAY screen.
By holding down [SHIFT] and pressing [UTILITY], you can
move directly to the RHYTHM WRITE screen.
Saving a Performance
Saving a Patch (PATCH WRITE)
1. Make sure that Performance you wish to save is selected.
1. Make sure that the Patch you wish to save is selected.
2. Press [UTILITY] to make its indicator light.
2. Press [UTILITY] to make its indicator light.
3. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to the
upper left of the display.
3. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to the
upper left of the display.
4. Turn [VALUE] to select “WRITE PERFORM.”
4. Turn [VALUE] to select “WRITE PATCH.”
5. Press [CURSOR
the display.
] to move the cursor to the lower right of
6. Turn [VALUE] to select the number of the memory location
in which you wish to save the Patch (USER area).
7. Press [ENTER] to save the Patch.
* To cancel the procedure, press [EXIT].
5. Press [CURSOR
the display.
] to move the cursor to the lower right of
6. Turn [VALUE] to select the number of the memory location
in which you wish to save the Performance (USER area).
7. Press [ENTER] to save the Performance.
* To cancel the procedure, press [EXIT].
8. Press [EXIT] to return to the PERFORM PLAY screen.
8. Press [EXIT] to return to the PATCH PLAY screen.
By holding down [SHIFT] and pressing [UTILITY], you can
move directly to the PATCH WRITE screen.
By holding down [SHIFT] and pressing [UTILITY], you can
move directly to the PERFORM WRITE screen.
If you change a Patch's/Rhythm Set's settings without having saved
the Patch/Rhythm Set, and then attempt to save the Performance,
tho following message appears in the display.
When you press [ENTER], the settings of the Performance alone are
saved; changes in the settings of Patches/Rhythm Sets will not be
saved. If you do want to save the settings of Patches/Rhythm Sets,
press [EXIT], save the Patch or Rhythm Set with its changed settings
first, and then save the Performance.
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Initializing a Sound (INIT)
This feature resets all of the parameters in the current Patch,
Performance, Rhythm Set or Rhythm Tone to their standard or
factory default settings (INITIALIZE).
* When you play a Patch, Performance, Rhythm Set or Rhythm Tone,
you’re actually playing it from the XV-5050’s Temporary memory —
the Patch, Performance, Rhythm Set or Rhythm Tone is instantly
copied into the Temporary memory when you select it. During
initialization, only the copy is affected, not the version saved in
memory. If you wish to restore all of the XV-5050’s settings to their
factory values, perform a Factory Reset. (p. 15)
Protecting the Internal Memory
(PROTECT)
This feature helps prevent the accidental overwriting of USER
memory to ensure that Patch, Performance or Rhythm Set data is not
accidentally erased.
1. Press [UTILITY] to make its indicator light.
2. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to the
upper left of the display.
3. Turn [VALUE] to select “WRITE PROTECT.”
1. Select the Performance, Patch or Rhythm Set you wish to
initialize.
2. Press [UTILITY] to make its indicator light.
3. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to the
upper left of the display.
4. Turn [VALUE] to select “INIT PATCH (RHYTHM, PERFORM).”
4. Press [CURSOR
the display.
] to move the cursor to the lower left of
5. Turn [VALUE] to select the parameter you wish to set.
6. Press [CURSOR
the display.
] to move the cursor to the lower right of
7. Turn [VALUE] to select ON or OFF.
] to move the cursor to the lower right of
6. Turn [VALUE] to select the Initialize mode.
8. Press [EXIT] to return to the previous screen.
Parameter
Value
Description
Internal
Internal Write
Protect
OFF, ON
Exclusive
Exclusive Protect
OFF, ON
Prevents the Write operation
from accidentally overwriting
USER memory locations.
When this is set ON, the data
cannot be written. Data can be
only written when Internal
Write Protect is off. When the
XV-5050’s power is turned on,
this setting is automatically
turned on, — you will need to
turn it off before writing data
to the USER memory. It is also
possible to turn this setting off
during the Write procedure.
Prevents System Exclusive
messages received from an external MIDI device from rewriting USER memory
settings. When this feature is
on, the data cannot be rewritten by System Exclusive messages. When it is off, data can
be rewritten, even if the Internal Write Protect setting is set
to ON.
7. Press [ENTER].
When the initialization is finished, “Complete” appears
momentarily in the display.
8. Press [EXIT] to return to the previous screen.
Parameter
Value
Description
Mode
DEFAULT,
PRESET
DEFAULT: This resets the data currently in the Temporary memory to
the standard values called “initial data”: INIT PATCH, INIT PERFORM or
INIT SET. Use this setting when you
wish to create a sound from scratch.
PRESET: This copies the factory settings of the memory location in which
the Patch, Performance, Rhythm Set or
Rhythm Tone is stored into the Temporary memory.
Initialize
Mode
The Rhythm Set Initialize operation can also be used to initialize
the settings of only an individual percussion instrument sound
(key) that you specify. In this case, move the cursor to the lower
left of the display, and turn [VALUE] to select the percussion
instrument sound that you wish to initialize.
fig.05-06
Parameter
Value
Description
Type
ALL,
ONE KEY
Key
A0–C8
ALL: The Rhythm Set will be initialized.
ONE KEY: A Rhythm Tone (key) will be
initialized.
When Type is set to “ONE KEY,” this selects the Rhythm Tone (key) that will be
initialized.
* This will not appear when Type is
set to “ALL.”
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the display.
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Chapter 5 Saving a Sound You Create
Transmitting Sound Settings
(XFER)
Transmitting to User Memory
You can transmit sound generator or System settings that are in the
XV-5050’s memory to an external MIDI device or to the XV-5050’s
USER memory.
1. Press [UTILITY] to make its indicator light.
Transmitting to an External MIDI
Device
The act of transmitting Patch, Performance, Rhythm Set or System
data to an external MIDI device is called a “Bulk Dump.” You can
perform a bulk dump when two XV-5050s are connected to each
other, or when you wish to store Patch, Performance, Rhythm Set or
System data on an external MIDI device as a safety backup of your
XV-5050 data.
1. Press [UTILITY] to make its indicator light.
2. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to the
upper left of the display.
You can transmit Patch, Performance or Rhythm Set settings to the
USER memory.
2. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to the
upper left of the display.
3. Turn [VALUE] to select “XFER TO USER.”
4. Use [
CURSOR]/[CURSOR
the data to be transmitted.
5. Press [ENTER] to execute the data transmission.
* To interrupt the transmission of data, press [EXIT].
6. Press [EXIT] to return to the previous screen.
Parameter
Value
Description
Type
Data
Type
ALL,
PERFORM,
PATCH,
RHYTHM
Block
Source
Block
USER,
PR-A–H,
XP-A/B
Specifies the type of data to be transmitted.
ALL: Performance, Patch, and
Rhythm Set
PERFORM: Performance
PATCH: Patch
RHYTHM: Rhythm Set
Specifies the source of the data to be
transmitted.
USER: Data from USER memory will
be transmitted.
PR-A–H: Preset A–H data will be
transmitted.
XP-A/B: Data from a Wave Expansion Board will be transmitted.
* XP-A/F can be selected only if the
corresponding Wave Expansion
Board is installed.
Sets the transmission destination to USER. If the Type parameter has been set to
PERFORM, PATCH, or RHYTHM, you
must specify the first memory location
number of the transmission destination.
3. Turn [VALUE] to select “XFER TO MIDI.”
4. Use [
CURSOR]/[CURSOR
the data to be transmitted.
] and [VALUE] to select
5. Press [ENTER] to execute the data transmission.
* To interrupt the transmission of data, press [EXIT].
6. Press [EXIT] to return to the previous screen.
Destination
Parameter
Value
Description
Type
ALL,
PERFORM,
PATCH,
RHYTHM,
SETUP,
SYSTEM
Specifies the type of data to be transmitted.
ALL: Performance, Patch, and Rhythm Set
PERFORM: Performance
PATCH: Patch
RHYTHM: Rhythm Set
SETUP: Setup
SYSTEM: System
Specifies the source of the data to be transmitted.
USER: Data from USER memory will be
transmitted.
TEMP: Data in Temporary memory will be
transmitted.
CTRL: The status of Performances, including Performance Bank Selects and Program
Changes, are not sent as Exclusive messages, but rather as MIDI Channel messages.
For more on the transmitted MIDI channel
messages, refer to “MIDI Implementation.”
(p. 154)
Block
Data
Type
Source
Block
USER,
TEMP,
CTRL
Select the data to be transmitted by choosing one of the combinations
shown below.
For example, if you wish to transmit the USER group Patches 001–
020, you would specify “Type: PATCH, Block: USER, From: 1, To:
20.”
Type
Block
ALL
USER
TEMP
USER
TEMP (*1)
TEMP+PATCH (*2)
CTRL
USER
TEMP
USER
TEMP
USER
USER
PERFORM
PATCH
RHYTHM
SETUP
SYSTEM
From/To
Block
From/To
ALL
PERFORM
PR-A, B (*1)
USER (*2)
PR-A, B
USER (*2)
PR-A–H
XP-A, B
USER (*2)
PR-A–H
XP-A, B
1–64
1–32
1–128
1–128
(*3)
1–4
1–2
(*3)
RHYTHM
*1: The current Performance
*2: The current Performance and the Patch or Rhythm Set assigned
to each Part of the Performance
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Type
PATCH
1–4
1–***
You can specify the data to be transmitted by selecting the
appropriate combination shown below.
For example, if you wish to transmit only the PR-A group Patch 001,
specify “Type: PATCH, Block: PR-A, From: 1, To: 1.”
If the selected data is too large to fit completely into the transmission
destination, as much of the data as will fit will be transmitted,
starting at the first number of the specified transmission destination.
(Example)
Type: PATCH, Block: PR-A, From: 1, To: 5, Destination: 127
If data is transmitted with the above settings, only the two PR-A
group Patches 01 and 02 will be successfully transmitted — to USER
group Patches 127 and 128 — since you will have attempted to send
five Patches to the last two USER memory locations: 127 and 128.
Had you selected 124 as a destination, memory locations 124–128
would have accommodated all five Patches.
1–64
1–128
] and [VALUE] to select
*1: Since there are no others, Performances other than PR-A/B
cannot be selected.
*2: Move data within the User Memory in block units. The Move
destination Patch is overwritten.
*3: Depends on the Wave Expansion Board installed
* If the number sent exceeds the capacity of the User memory, then
transmission of the data stops the moment the memory is filled.
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Setting Procedure:
1. Press [SYSTEM] to make its indicator light.
2. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to the parameter group in the upper line of the display.
3. Turn [VALUE] to choose the parameter group containing the parameter you wish to set up.
4. Press [CURSOR
] to move the cursor to the parameter name in the lower-left corner of the screen.
5. Turn [VALUE] to choose the parameter you wish to set.
6. Press [CURSOR
] to move the cursor to the selected parameter’s value.
7. Turn [VALUE] to choose the desired value.
8. Press [EXIT] to return to the previous screen.
Parameter
GENERAL
LCD Contrast
PowerUp Mode
Master Level
Clock Source
System Clock
Source
System Tempo
Value
Description
1–10
LAST-ST,
DEFAULT
This adjusts the contrast/brightness of the display. Higher values will make the characters darker.
Sets the condition of the XV-5050 when its power is turned on.
LAST-ST: The XV-5050 will power up exactly as it was when it was turned off.
DEFAULT: The XV-5050 will be ready to play Patch “US:001.”
Adjusts the volume of the entire XV-5050.
Specifies the tempo clock of the system.
INT: The internal clock
MIDI: An external clock received via MIDI IN connector
USB: An external clock received via USB connector
Sets the system tempo. * When Clock Source is set to “MIDI” or “USB,” the tempo will synchronize to the
clock messages received from an external device, so the tempo value will be ignored.
MIX: Signals that are set to be output from jacks other than the A (MIX) OUTPUT jacks are mixed and output
from the A (MIX) OUTPUT jacks.
This setting allows you to quickly route everything through headphones when you are creating sounds,
or to combine all of your sounds into two outputs when sending the XV-5050’s signal to a mixer that has
only two channels. When MIX is selected, sound routed to the INDIVIDUAL OUTPUT 3 jack is sent to the
left A (MIX) OUTPUT jack, and sound routed to the INDIVIDUAL OUTPUT 4 jack are sent to the right A
(MIX) OUTPUT jack.
PARALEL: Sounds are routed to output jacks according to their output settings.
This specifies whether you want the notes that are sounding to remain (ON) or turn off (OFF) when you select
a new Patch or Rhythm Set in Patch mode. In addition, when “ON” is selected, the Volume and Pan data, and
the Key Mode and other settings received via MIDI (CC 5, 7, 10, 65, 68, 71–74, RPN 0, 1, 2, MONO ON, POLY
ON) are passed on.
You can set whether you’ll be able to select percussion instruments for editing only by pressing the XV-5050’s
front-panel buttons or also by pressing keys on a connected MIDI keyboard.
PANEL: Percussion instrument sounds can be selected only by using the XV-5050’s TONE SELECT [1]–[4].
PNL&MIDI: Percussion instrument sounds can be selected using the XV-5050’s TONE SELECT [1]–[4] and
by pressing a key on a connected MIDI keyboard.
This adjusts the output gain from the XV-5050’s Analog Out and Digital Out. When, for example, there are
relatively few voices being sounded, boosting the output gain can let you attain the most suitable output level
for recording and other purposes.
0–127
INT, MIDI,
USB
20–250
Mix/Parallel
Output Mix/
Parallel
MIX,
PARALEL
Patch Remain
Patch Remain
Switch
OFF, ON
Rhy EditKey
Rhythm Edit
Key
PANEL,
PNL&MIDI
Output Gain
-12, -6, 0, +6,
+12 dB
By holding down [SHIFT] and pressing [SYSTEM], you can move directly to the LCD Contrast screen.
Selecting Common Controllers
These settings allow you to choose four MIDI controllers for global use when controlling the parameters of any Patch or Performance. The settings
in each Patch or Performance will determine whether the two controllers you choose here will actually be used. In each Patch or Performance, you
will also need to specify the parameters to be controlled.
Parameter
CONTROL
Sys Ctrl Src1–4
System Control
Source 1–4
Value
Description
OFF, CC01–31, 33–95, BEND, AFTER
OFF: No controller is used.
CC01–95: Controller numbers 1–95 (except for 32)
BEND: Pitch Bend
AFTER: Aftertouch
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Chapter 6 Other Settings/Status Checks
Establishing the MIDI and USB Settings
Setting the MIDI Channel
The XV-5050 produces sound, and can change its internal settings in response to MIDI messages that it receives from other devices. In order for
this to occur, the MIDI transmission channels of the external device must match the MIDI reception channels of the XV-5050.
Parameter
MIDI&USB
Control Channel
Patch Rx Channel
Value
Description
Performance Control Channel
1–16, OFF
Patch/Rhythm Set
Receive Channel
1–16
When changing Performances by MIDI messages from the external device, set the transmit channel
of the external device and this channel to the same channel.
* When you perform a Factory Reset operation, Control Channel is reset to “16.”
Set this channel to use an external MIDI device (such as a MIDI keyboard) for playing Patches and
Rhythm Sets, or to have Patches or Rhythm Sets changed as the result of MIDI messages.
Making Global Settings
Parameter
MIDI&USB
Rx Prog
Change
Rx Bank Select
Rx GM1 System
On
Rx GM2 System
On
Rx GS Reset
Device ID
Rx Exclusive
Tx Edit Data
Value
Description
Receive Program
Change Switch
Receive Bank Select
Switch
Receive GM-ON Exclusive Switch
Receive GM2-ON
Exclusive Switch
Receive GS Reset Exclusive Switch
Device ID Number
OFF, ON
Specifies whether Program Change messages will be received (ON), or not (OFF).
OFF, ON
Specifies whether Bank Select messages will be received (ON), or not (OFF).
OFF, ON
Specifies whether GM-ON (General MIDI System On) messages will be received (ON), or not (OFF).
OFF, ON
Specifies whether GM Level2-ON (General MIDI Level 2 System On) messages will be received
(ON), or not (OFF).
Specifies whether GS Reset messages will be received (ON), or not (OFF).
Receive System Exclusive Switch
Transmit Edit Data
Switch
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
17–32
When transmitting or receiving System Exclusive messages, set this parameter to match the device
ID number of the other MIDI device.
Specifies whether System Exclusive messages will be received (ON), or not (OFF).
OFF, ON
When Patch, Performance or Rhythm Set settings are modified, you can specify whether the modified settings will be transmitted as System Exclusive data (ON), or not (OFF).
Specifying the Reception Status for Each Tone
You can enable or disable the response to received MIDI messages for each Part of a Performance, each Tone of a Patch, and each Rhythm Tone of
a Rhythm Set.
For more information about setting the MIDI response of Parts in a Performance, check out “Establishing a Part’s MIDI Settings (p. 67).”
For more information about the settings for a Patch, refer to “Using Controllers to Change How Sounds Are Played (CONTROL)/CTRL Rx MIDI
(Tone control receive MIDI)” (p. 51).
For more about setting the MIDI response of Rhythm Tones in a Rhythm Set, refer to “Other Settings (CONTROL)/Rx MIDI (Receive MIDI)” (p.
61).
Connecting Two or More XV-5050s to Increase Polyphony
The Stack feature allows you to combine two or more XV-5050 units to increase the number of voices that can be played simultaneously. You can
connect and use up to eight XV-5050s.
fig.6-01.e
Usage with Three Connected Units
Keyboard
MIDI OUT
MIDI IN
THRU
IN
THRU
IN
XV-5050 (1 of 3)
XV-5050 (2 of 3)
XV-5050 (3 of 3)
Stack Mode: 3
Stack Number: 1
Stack Mode: 3
Stack Number: 2
Stack Mode: 3
Stack Number: 3
Sequence of sound played
1
4
7
10
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2
5
8
Setting value
3
6
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Parameter
Value
Description
MIDI&USB
Stack Mode
OFF, 2–8
Stack Number
1–8
When using more than one XV-5050, set this parameter to 2–8. When not using the Stack feature, set the parameter to OFF.
If Stack mode is turned off, the Stack feature will not operate, and each XV-5050 will attempt to sound all of the note messages
that it receives.
When the Stack feature is enabled, this parameter selects the XV-5050 that is to function as the primary/first unit—this is the
XV-5050 that will sound the first 64 voices.
* The Stack feature will not operate when using Patches in which Key Mode Asgn is set to “MONO” or whose Portamento Switch is “ON” (p. 51), or for
Rhythm Sets. Patches for which the Key Mode Asgn is “MONO” or whose Portamento Switch is “ON” will be sounded by the first XV-5050, and Rhythm
Sets will be sounded by the second XV-5050.
Making USB-Related Settings
Parameter
Value
Description
MIDI&USB
MIDI-USB Thru
OFF, ON
OFF: MIDI messages arriving at the MIDI IN and the USB connectors are all sent to the sound generator.
ON: MIDI messages arriving at the MIDI IN connector are output as is from the USB connector,
while the MIDI messages that arrive at the USB connector are output through the MIDI OUT connector.
* When this parameter is set to “ON,” the sound generator receives MIDI messages only from the
USB connector. For the sound generator to receive MIDI messages from the MIDI IN connector,
the MIDI Thru function on your computer must be set to “ON.”
MIDI-USB Thru = OFF
MIDI IN
MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
+
MIDI-USB Thru = ON
MIDI OUT
+
Sound
Generator
XV-5050
USB
USB Descript
USB Descripter
Sound
Generator
XV-5050
USB
* MIDI messages received at MIDI IN are routed
Computer
through the computer to the sound generator.
MIDI Thru: ON
VENDER: Select this when using the supplied driver with a USB connection.
GENERIC: Select this when using a generic USB driver included with the OS with a USB connection.
VENDER, GENERIC
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* Changes in the settings for these parameters won’t take effect until you’ve saved the changes (p. 110), and then switched off the power and turned it on
again.
Setting the Way In Which Sounds Are Previewed
You can preview (p. 18) a Patch in any of three ways: “PHRASE” (the Patch plays a phrase), “CHORD” (the Patch plays a chord), or “SINGLE”
(the Patch plays a series of notes).
Parameter
PREVIEW
Mode
Key Note 1–4
Velocity Note
1–4
Preview Mode
Preview Key
Note 1–4
Preview Velocity Note 1–4
Value
Description
SINGLE,
CHORD,
PHRASE
C-1–G9
SINGLE: The notes specified by Key Note 1–4 sound one after another.
CHORD: The notes specified by Key Note 1–4 play together as a chord.
PHRASE: The Phrase associated with the Patch’s type/category plays.
Specifies the four notes that sound during a preview when “SINGLE” or “CHORD” is selected for Mode.
0–127
Specifies the volume of the four notes that sound when “SINGLE” or “CHORD” is selected for Mode.
Making the Equalizer Settings
You can set the equalization for each of the output jacks.
ON and OFF are applied to all of the equalizers as a group. (p. 69)
Parameter
EQ
EQ1–4 Low Freq
EQ1–4 Low Gain
EQ1–4 Hi Freq
EQ1–4 Hi Gain
Equalizer 1–4 Low Frequency
Equalizer 1–4 Low Gain
Equalizer 1–4 High Frequency
Equalizer 1–4 High Gain
Value
Description
200, 400 Hz
-15– +15 dB
2000, 4000, 8000 Hz
-15– +15 dB
Selects the frequency of the low range.
Specifies the low-frequency gain (amount of boost or cut).
Selects the frequency of the high range.
Specifies the high-frequency gain (amount of boost or cut).
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Adjusting the Overall Tuning of the XV-5050
Master Tune and Master Key Shift
The Master Tune and Master Key Shift settings are common to all Patches, Performances, Rhythm Sets, and the GM Mode.
Parameter
Value
Description
TUNE
Master Tune
Master Key Shift
415.3–466.2 Hz
-24– +24
Adjusts the overall tuning of the XV-5050. The setting is expressed as the frequency played by the A4 key.
Shifts the overall pitch of the XV-5050 in semitone steps.
Scale Tune
The XV-5050 allows you to use temperaments other than equal temperament.
One set of Scale Tune settings can be created in Patch mode. In Performance mode, each Part can have its own Scale Tune settings.
* The selected scale applies to MIDI messages received from an external MIDI device as well as to local sound generation.
Parameter
TUNE
Scale Tune
Key C–B Scale
Scale Tune Switch
Key Scale C–B
Value
Description
OFF, ON
-64– +63
Turn this on when you wish to use a tuning scale other than equal temperament.
Adjusts the pitch of each note in one-cent steps (1/100th of a semitone) relative to its equal-tempered pitch.
Example: Tonic C
<Equal Temperament>
This scale divides an octave into 12 equal parts using the tuning
system that is most widely used in Western music.
Note name
Equal temperament
Pure temperament
Arabian
scale temperament
C
C#
D
Eb
E
F
F#
G
G#
A
Bb
B
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-8
+4
+16
-14
-2
-10
+2
+14
-16
+14
-12
-6
+45
-2
-12
-51
-8
+43
-4
+47
0
-10
-49
<Pure Temperament>
With this tuning, the three fundamental chords sound richer
compared to equal temperament. This effect only applies to one
key, and transposition can produce less-pleasing results.
<Arabian Scale>
In this scale, E and B are a quarter note lower, and C#, F# and G#
are a quarter-note higher compared to equal temperament. The
intervals between G and B, C and E, F and G#, Bb and C#, and Eb
and F# have a natural third-the interval between a major third and
a minor third. On the XV-5050, you can use Arabian temperament
in the three keys of G, C and F.
Confirming the Current Status
On this display, you can view the names of the installed Wave Expansion Boards and check the version of the XV-5050’s system program.
Description
Parameter
INFO
XA, XB
Program Version
Expansion Board A, B
Shows the names of Wave Expansion Boards installed in slots EXP A/B. Slots without any boards installed are
shown as “----------------.”
Shows the version of the XV-5050’s system program.
Saving the System Settings
1. While [SYSTEM]’s indicator lights, press [UTILITY] to make its indicator light.
2. Press [ENTER] to save the current settings.
If the following display appears, turn [VALUE] to change the displayed ON to OFF.
After pressing [ENTER] to turn off the protect, press [ENTER] again to save the settings.
fig.05-01
* For more details on WRITE PROTECT, refer to page 105.
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Chapter 7 Using the XV-5050 as a General MIDI Sound Module
Playing Back a GM Score
The XV-5050 features a GM mode-a convenient way to play back or
create GM score data (music files for General MIDI sound module).
You’re able to play back commercial GM score data releases and
even modify various parameter settings for enhanced musical
expression.
When the XV-5050 is in GM mode, it plays back GM scores correctly.
But beyond this, the XV-5050 provides many extended features not
defined in GM System specifications, and if you create music files
using these extended features, your song may not play back
correctly on other GM-compatible sound modules.
Entering GM Mode
Basically GM mode is similar to a special kind of Performance in
which a General MIDI System Rhythm Set is assigned to Part 10, and
General MIDI System Patches are assigned to other Parts.
But however, you can’t store GM mode settings in user memory.
fig.7-01.e
The beginning of a GM score normally contains a GM System On
message. So if you play back a GM score starting in the top of a
song, XV-5050 will switch itself to GM mode. But if you play
back a GM score starting in the middle of a song, XV-5050 may
not switch itself to GM mode, and the GM score may not play
back correctly. So to be safe, it’s recommended to manually set
the XV-5050 to GM mode before playing back a GM score.
Current Part
The GM PLAY page shows a Patch or Rhythm Set assigned to each
Part.
Each time you enter GM mode, the GM Drum Set is assigned to Part
10, and Piano 1 is assigned to other Parts. You can also select other
GM Patches and GM Drum Sets for each Part to match the
performance.
1. While holding down [SHIFT], press [PERFORM] to blink its
indicator.
although the XV-5050 can also be compatible with the GS format
by receiving a GS Reset MIDI message, Roland’s Sound Canvas
Series (including the SC-8850 and SC-8820) features a different
sound module system and extended tone map, you may be
unable to get MIDI data (GS music data) created especially for
use only with the Sound Canvas series of devices to play back
properly.
Muting a Specific Part
When you switch over to GM mode, all Parts will be set to receive
MIDI messages. To turn off a specific Part so that it will not sound,
set the Receive Switch to OFF for the Part. (p. 113)
GM PLAY page appears.
PART] or [PART
].
3. To change the GM Patch or GM Rhythm Set assigned to the
Part, perform the same procedure as you do when you
select a Patch or Rhythm Set.
Initializing the Sound Generator for
General MIDI System Basic Settings
To play back a GM score correctly, the sound generator must first be
initialized to basic GM system settings. The XV-5050’s sound
generator is initialized in the following situations:
• When the XV-5050 is switched to GM mode
• When it receives a GM System On message from an external
MIDI device
Modifying GM Mode Settings
GM mode also offers parameters that you can modify for each Part.
You can modify settings like effects, pan and level to customize a
GM score playback to your preference.
You cannot store GM mode settings in internal memory (User
Memory).
1. While holding down [SHIFT], press [PERFORM] to enter GM
mode.
2. Press [EDIT] to light its indicator.
3. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to the
parameter group in the upper line of the display.
Parameter Group
• When a GM System On message is encountered in the song data
being played back
• When the XV-5050’s power is turned on
• When you execute the GM Initialize function
Parameter
GM/GM2 System On Message
The GM/GM2 System On messages put the unit in a state that
conforms to the General MIDI System and initializes a General
MIDI-compatible sound generator.
If the Rx GM On/Rx GM2 On parameter (SYSTEM/MIDI/
SYSTEM MIDI) is set OFF, General MIDI/General MIDI 2
System On messages cannot be received.
Value
4. Turn [VALUE] to choose the parameter group containing the
parameter you wish to set up.
5. Press [CURSOR
] to move the cursor to the parameter
name in the lower-left corner of the screen.
6. Turn [VALUE] to choose the parameter you wish to set.
7. Press [CURSOR
] to move the cursor to the selected
parameter’s value.
8. Turn [VALUE] to choose the desired value.
9. Press [EXIT] to return to the GM PLAY screen.
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Making Effects Settings in GM Mode
(EFFECTS)
or mono).
2. Setting the Amount of Each Effect Applied (Send Level)
Sets the level (volume) of each effect signal to be sent for each
Part.
In GM mode, a GM-exclusive Chorus and Reverb can be used.
Chorus and Reverb can be set independently.
Chorus: Adds depth and spaciousness to the sound.
3. Making Chorus Settings
Reverb: Adds the reverberation characteristics of halls or
auditoriums.
Select the Chorus type to be used, and set each of the parameters
for the selected Chorus.
4. Setting the Output Destination for the Sounds Passing
Through the Chorus
In GM mode, you cannot use Multi-effects.
The XV-5050’s onboard effects can be turned on/off as a whole.
For details, refer to “Turning Effects On/Off” (p. 69).
Basic Process of Making Effects Settings
When applying effects in GM mode, the following procedure is used
to make the settings.
1. Setting the Output Method of the Direct Sound (Output
Assign)
The settings made here determine for each Part whether or not
the jack used to output the sound, and the type of output (stereo
Select the output jack from which the sounds passing through
the Chorus will be output. You can also apply Reverb to the
sound that passes through Chorus.
5. Making Reverb Settings
Select the Reverb type to be used, and set each of the parameters
for the selected Reverb.
6. Setting the Output Destination for the Sounds Passing
Through the Reverb
Select the output jack from which the sounds passing through
the Reverb will be output.
OUTPUT
Parameter
EFFECTS
Output Asgn
Output Level
Chorus Send
Reverb Send
Value
Description
Output assign
OUTPUT A/B
Output level
Chorus send level
Reverb send level
0–127
0–127
0–127
Sets the direct sound’s output method for each Part.
OUTPUT A: Output to the OUTPUT A (MIX) jacks in stereo.
OUTPUT B: Output to the OUTPUT B jacks in stereo.
Sets the direct sound's volume for each Part.
Adjusts the amount of Chorus for each Part. If you don’t want to add the Chorus effect, set it to 0.
Adjusts the amount of Reverb for each Part. If you don’t want to add the Reverb effect, set it to 0.
If the Mix/Parallel parameter (p. 107) is set to MIX, all sounds are output from the OUTPUT A (MIX) jacks in stereo.
Chorus and Reverb are output in mono at all times.
GM CHORUS
Parameter
Value
Description
Chorus type
CHORUS 1–4,
FB CHORUS,
FLANGER,
SHORT DLY,
SHORT FB
Chorus Rate
Chorus Depth
Chorus Feedback
Chorus rage
Chorus depth
Chorus feedback level
0–127
0–127
0–127
Chorus Rev Send
Chorus reverb send level
0–127
Chorus Output
Asgn
Chorus output assign
A, B
Selects the type of Chorus.
CHORUS 1–4: Chorus 1–4
FB CHORUS: Feedback chorus
FLANGER: Flanger
SHORT DLY: Short delay
SHORT FB: Short feedback
Specifies the modulation frequency of the Chorus sound.
Sets the depth of the modulations of the Chorus sound.
Adjusts the amount of Chorus sound that is returned (fed back) to the Chorus. Higher settings will create a more complex Chorus effect.
Adjusts the amount of Reverb to be applied to the sound routed through Chorus. If you
don’t want to add the Reverb effect, set it to 0.
Specifies how the sound routed through Chorus will be output.
A: Output to the OUTPUT A (MIX) jacks in stereo.
B: Output to the OUTPUT B jacks in stereo.
EFFECTS
Cho Type
If the Mix/Parallel parameter (p. 107) is set to MIX, all sounds are output from the OUTPUT A (MIX) jacks in stereo.
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GM REVERB
Parameter
Value
Description
Reverb type
SMALL ROOM,
MEDIUM ROOM,
LARGE ROOM,
MEDIUM HALL,
LARGE HALL, PLATE,
DELAY, PAN DELAY
Reverb Time
Reverb Output
Asgn
Reverb time
Reverb output assign
0–127
A, B
Rev Output Level
Reverb output level
0–127
Selects the type of Reverb.
SMALL ROOM: Reverb resembling that obtained in a small room.
MEDIUM ROOM: Reverb resembling that obtained in a somewhat larger room.
LARGE ROOM: Reverb resembling that obtained in a large room.
MEDIUM HALL: Reverb resembling that obtained in a medium-sized concert hall.
LARGE HALL: Reverb resembling that obtained in a large concert hall.
PLATE: Plate-type reverb effect.
DELAY: Conventional delay effect
PAN DELAY: Delay effect with echoes that pan left and right
Adjusts the length of the Reverb time.
Specifies how the sound routed through Reverb will be output.
A: Output to the OUTPUT A (MIX) jacks in stereo.
B: Output to the OUTPUT B jacks in stereo.
Output level of reverberation
EFFECTS
Rev Type
If the Mix/Parallel parameter (p. 107) is set to MIX, all sounds are output from the OUTPUT A (MIX) jacks in stereo.
Making Settings for Receiving MIDI (MIDI)
These parameters determine how each Part will transmit and receive MIDI messages.
Parameter
MIDI
Rx Channel
Rx Switch
Mute Switch
MIDI receive channel
Receive switch
Mute switch
Value
Description
1–16, OFF
OFF, ON
OFF, MUTE
Sets the MIDI receive channel for each Part.
Specifies whether each Part will receive Note messages (ON), or not (OFF).
Mute Sw temporarily mutes (ON) or releases the mute (OFF) for the performance of each Part.
* The Mute Sw parameter does not turn the Part off, but rather mutes the sound by setting the
volume to 0. Therefore, MIDI messages are still received.
Making Settings for Each Part (PART)
Parameter
Value
Description
PATCH,
RHYTHM
001–256 / 001–
009
Sets the assignment of a GM Patch (PATCH) or GM Rhythm Set (RHYTHM) to each of the Parts.
PART
Part Type
Part type
Num
Number
Level
Level
0–127
Pan
Coarse Tune
Fine Tune
Cutoff Offset
Resonance Offset
Attack Offset
Release Offset
RND, L63–63R
-48– +48
-50– +50
-6– +63
-64– +63
-64– +63
-64– +63
Bend Range
Pan
Coarse tune
Fine tune
Part cutoff offset
Part resonance offset
Part attack time offset
Part release time offset
Pitch bend range
Mono/Poly
Part mono/poly
MONO, POLY
Portamento Sw
Part portamento
switch
Part portamento time
OFF, ON
Portamento Time
0–24
0–127
Selects the desired GM Patch or Rhythm Set by its number.
* In GM mode, Patches or Rhythm Sets other than the GM Patches and Rhythm Sets in PR-H cannot be selected. Furthermore, GM Patches and Rhythm Sets cannot be edited.
Adjusts the volume of an individual Part. This setting’s main purpose is to adjust the volume balance between Parts.
Adjusts the pan of each Part. L64 is far left, 0 is center, and 63R is far right.
Adjusts the pitch of the Part’s sound up or down in semitone steps (+/-4 octaves).
Adjusts the pitch of the Part’s sound up or down in 1-cent steps (+/-50 cents).
Adjusts the cutoff frequency for the GM Patch or Rhythm Set assigned to a Part.
Adjusts the Resonance for the GM Patch or Rhythm Set assigned to a Part.
Adjusts the TVA Envelope Attack Time for the GM Patch or Rhythm Set assigned to a Part.
Adjusts the TVA Envelope Release Time for the GM Patch or Rhythm Set assigned to a Part.
Specifies the amount of pitch change in semitones (2 octaves) that will occur when the Pitch Bend
Lever is moved. The amount of change when the lever is tilted is set to the same value for both
left and right sides.
Set Mono/Poly to MONO when the GM Patch assigned to the Part is to be played monophonically, or to MONO when the GM Patch is to be played polyphonically.
* For the Part to which the GM Rhythm Set is assigned, this setting will be ignored.
Determines whether the Portamento effect will be applied (ON) or not (OFF). Turn this parameter
ON when you want to apply Portamento and OFF when you don’t.
Adjusts the time over which the pitch will change. Higher settings will cause the pitch change to
the next note to take more time.
What is Portamento?
Portamento is an effect which smoothly changes the pitch from the first-played key to the next-played key. With the Mono/Poly parameter
set to MONO, portamento is especially effective when simulating playing techniques such as a violin glissandos. Portamento can also be
applied when this parameter is polyphonic.
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Here you can select the GM Patch/Rhythm Set assigned to each Part, and set the volume, pan, and pitch of each Part.
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Controlling the XV-5050 in
Realtime Using an External
MIDI Device
External MIDI controllers — modulation lever, foot switch,
expression pedal, etc. — can be used to modify Multi-Effects settings
or Tone settings in realtime.
Changing Multi-Effects Settings
From an External MIDI Device
The parameters that can be changed via MIDI are determined by the
selected Multi-Effects (MFX) Type.
This applies to the MFX Type parameters described in pages ** to **
that have an appended “#” mark.
1. Choose the Patch or Performance you wish to use.
2. Press [EDIT] to make its indicator light.
3. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to the
parameter group at the upper line of the display.
4. Turn [VALUE] to choose “EFFECTS.”
5. Press [CURSOR
] and turn [VALUE] to choose “Type”
(MFX Type) for the parameter.
6. Press [CURSOR
] and turn [VALUE] to choose the MFX
type you wish to use.
7. Press [
CURSOR]/[CURSOR
] to move the cursor to
the parameter/value that you wish to adjust.
8. Turn [VALUE] to select the desired setting.
PATCH MFX CTRL (Patch MFX Control)
* You cannot choose these parameters when the MFX Type is set to “00
THROUGH.”
Ctrl Src 1–4 (MFX Control Source 1–4)
OFF
CC01–95
BEND
AFTER
SYS1–4
No controller is used.
Controller numbers 1–95 (except for 32)
Pitch Bend
Aftertouch
System Control 1–4
Ctrl Dest 1–4 (MFX Control Destination 1–4)
This chooses the Multi-Effects parameter to be controlled using the
MFX Control Source 1–4.
Ctrl Sens 1–4 (MFX Control Sens 1–4)
If you wish to change the selected parameter in a positive (+)
direction — i.e., a higher value, toward the right, or faster, etc. —
from its current setting, choose a positive (+) value. If you wish to
change the selected parameter in a negative (-) direction — i.e., a
lower value, toward the left, or slower, etc. — from its current
setting, choose a negative (-) value. Higher numbers produce a
greater amount of change.
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Changing Tone Settings
You can use the Matrix Control parameter to manipulate Tone
settings in realtime.
Choosing the MIDI Messages Used for
Control and the Parameters to Be
Changed
1. Choose the Patch you wish to use.
2. Press [EDIT] to make its indicator light.
3. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to the
parameter group at the upper line of the display.
4. Turn [VALUE] to choose “CONTROL.”
5. Press [CURSOR
] and turn [VALUE] to select “Ctrl 1
Src”–”Ctrl 4 Src” for the parameter.
6. Press [CURSOR
source.
] and turn [VALUE] to select the control
7. Press [
CURSOR]/[CURSOR
] to move the cursor to
the parameter/value that you wish to adjust.
8. Turn [VALUE] to select the parameter to be controlled
(Dest), the control sensitivity (Sens) and the desired Tone
(Switch).
Matrix Control
Select the controllers you want to use to control a specific Tone
parameter. Four control sources are assigned to each Patch.
Ctrl 1–4 Src (Matrix Control 1–4 Source)
Assign one of the following controllers to Control Source 1–4. If you
wish to use a controller that applies to all Patches, or a controller that
cannot be directly specified here, choose SYS-CTRL1–4, and then
choose the controller using the Control Source 1–4 parameters (SYS
CTRL ASSIGN page).
OFF
CC01-95
BEND
AFTER
SYS1–4
VELOCITY
KEYFOLLOW
TEMPO
LFO1(2)
PIT-ENV
TVF-ENV
TVA-ENV
No controller is used.
Controller numbers 1–95 (except for 32)
Pitch Bend
Aftertouch
System Control 1–4
Pitch Envelope
TVF Envelope
TVA Envelope
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MATRIX CTR1–4 (Matrix control 1–4)
Applications for Patches
This select the parameters to be controlled in the Matrix Control 1–4
Source and the Sens settings, as well as the Tone to which they’re
applied. Up to four parameters can be specified for each controller
and controlled simultaneously.
Syncing the LFO Cycle to the System
Tempo
Ctl1–4 Dest1–4
(Matrix Control 1–4 Destination 1–4)
This chooses the parameters to be controlled.
PIT-DCY
PIT-REL
TVF-ATK
TVF-DCY
TVF-REL
TVA-ATK
TVA-DCY
TVA-REL
No control
Pitch
Cutoff Frequency
Resonance
Level
Dry Level
Chorus Send
Reverb Send
LFO1(2) Pitch Depth
LFO1(2) TVF Depth
LFO1(2) TVA Depth
LFO1(2) Pan Depth
LFO1(2) Rate
Pitch Envelope Attack
Time
Pitch Envelope Decay
Time
Pitch Envelope Release
Time
TVF Envelope Attack
Time
TVF Envelope Decay
Time
TVF Envelope Release
Time
TVA Envelope Attack
Time
TVA Envelope Decay
Time
TVA Envelope Release
Time
TMT
FXM
MFX1–4
Wave FXM Depth
MFX CTRL1–4
2. Set the Patch Clock Source parameter (PATCH:COMMON
screen) to SYSTEM.
PITCH parameters (p. 45)
TVF parameters (p. 46)
3. Set the beat length of the RATE (PATCH:LFO screen) of each
Tone to match the System Tempo.
TVA parameters (p. 48)
4. Set the System Clock Source parameter
(SYSTEM:GENERAL screen) to INT.
EFFECTS parameters (p. 74)
LFO parameters (p. 50)
* When the System Clock Source parameter is set to MIDI or USB, you
can synchronize the LFO cycle to an external device.
5. If the System Tempo (SYSTEM:GENERAL screen) changes,
the LFO Rate changes along with it.
PITCH parameters (p. 45)
TVF parameters (p. 46)
6. Set the modulation depth as desired using LFO Depth
(PATCH:LFO screen) for each Tone.
Synchronizing Multi-Effects to the
System Tempo
You can change Multi-Effects parameter values in time with the
System Tempo when you’ve selected the following values for the
Type MFX parameter.
TVA parameters (p. 48)
COMMON parameters
(p. 41)
WAVE parameter (p. 44)
EFFECTS parameters (p. 74)
Ctl1–4 Sens1–4 (Matrix Control 1–4 Sens 1–4)
This adjusts the amount of change that occurs in response to
controller movements. Negative (-) values invert the change. For
example, with LFO Depth, the phase is reversed when a negative
Sens value is chosen. With LFO Rate, setting Sens to a negative value
increases the cycle length, slowing down the LFO, while setting it to
positive value shortens the cycle, speeding it up.
Ctl1–4 Switch1–4
(Matrix Control 1–4 Tone Control Switch 1–4)
This selects the Tone to be controlled using the two previous
parameter settings. “ON” activates the control of a Tone, “OFF” deactivates it, and “REVERSE” reverses the (+) or (-) nature of the
change being applied.
Type
MFX Parameter
16: STEP FLANGER
19: 3 TAP DELAY
20: 4 TAP DELAY
41: St PHASER
42: KEYSYNC FLG
43: FORMANT FLTR
45: MLT TAP DLY
46: REVERSE DLY
47: SHUFFLE DLY
48: 3D DELAY
58: SLICER
60: 3D CHORUS
61: 3D FLANGER
62: TREMOLO
63: AUTO PAN
64: St PHASER 2
65: St AUTO WAH
66: St FORMN FLT
67: MLT TAP DLY2
68: REVERSE DLY2
69: SHUFFLE DLY2
70: 3D DELAY 2
71: ROTARY 2
72: ROTARY MULTI
73: KEYBD MULTI
74: RHODES MULTI
81: GTR MULTI A
82: GTR MULTI B
83: GTR MULTI C
84: CL GTR MLT A
85: CL GTR MLT B
86: BASS MULTI
89: 3D AUTO SPIN
Step Rate
Delay C/L/R
Delay 1–4
Rate, Step Rate
LFO Rate, Step Rate
Rate
Delay 1–4
Delay 1–4
Delay
Delay C/L/R
Rate
LFO Rate
LFO Rate, Step Rate
Rate
Rate
Rate, Step Rate
Rate
Rate
Delay 1–4
Delay 1–4
Delay
Delay C/L/R
Low Slow/Fast, High Slow/Fast
Low Freq Slow/Fast, High Freq Slow/Fast
Phaser Rate, Delay Time L/R
Phaser Rate, Cho/Flg Rate, Tre/Pan Rate
Delay Time L/R, Cho/Flg Rate
Cho/Flg Rate
Wah Rate, Delay Time L/R, Cho/Flg Rate
Delay Time L/R, Cho/Flg Rate
Wah Rate, Delay Time L/R, Cho/Flg Rate
Cho/Flg Rate
Speed
Here’s an example in which STEP FLANGER is used for the MultiEffects.
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OFF
PCH
CUT
RES
LEV
PAN
DRY
CHO
REV
PIT-LFO1(2)
TVF-LFO1(2)
TVA-LFO1(2)
PAN-LFO1(2)
LFO1(2)-RATE
PIT-ATK
1. Choose the Patch you wish to synchronize on the PATCH
PLAY screen.
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1. Choose a Patch on the PATCH PLAY screen.
2. Set its Patch Clock Source (PATCH:COMMON screen) to
SYSTEM.
3. Make sure that MFX Type (PATCH:EFFECTS screen) is set to
STEP FLANGER.
If not, reset it so that it is.
4. Make sure that Step Rate (PATCH:EFFECTS screen) is set to
a note — not a numerical — value. If necessary, reset it so
that it is.
5. Set System Clock Source (SYSTEM:GENERAL screen) to
INT.
* When System Clock Source is set to MIDI, you can synchronize the
Multi-Effect to the tempo of an external MIDI device.
6. When the System Tempo (SYSTEM:GENERAL screen)
changes, the STEP FLANGER’s Step Rate changes along
with it.
Making a Tone’s Delay Time Match
the System Tempo
1. Choose a Patch on the PATCH PLAY screen.
2. Set its Patch Clock Source (PATCH:COMMON screen) to
SYSTEM.
3. Set Tone Delay Time (PATCH:WAVE screen) to a note length
— not a numerical value — in relation to the synchronization
tempo.
4. Set System Clock Source (SYSTEM:GENERAL screen) to
INT.
* When System Clock Source is set to MIDI, you can synchronize the
Tone’s delay to the tempo of an external MIDI device.
5. When System Tempo (SYSTEM:GENERAL screen) changes,
the Tone’s delay time changes along with it.
Using a Pedal Switch to Change the
Rotary Speed of the Rotary Effect
1. Connect a pedal switch (DP-2, DP-6, etc.) to your external
MIDI controller (MIDI keyboard, etc.).
2. Set the pedal switch of the external MIDI controller to
generate FOOT TYPE (CC04) control-change messages.
* To learn how to set up the pedal switch, refer to the external MIDI
controller’s owner’s manual.
3. Choose “PA:050 Perky B” on the PATCH PLAY screen.
This Patch uses ROTARY as its Multi-Effect.
4. Set Ctrl Src 1 (PATCH:EFFECTS screen) to CC04.
5. Set Ctrl Dest 1 to SPEED, and Ctrl Sens 1 to +63.
6. When you wish to speed up the rotary effect, press the pedal
switch. Release the pedal switch to slow down the rotary
effect.
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Playing Phrase Loops at a System’s
Tempo
An optional Wave Expansion Board can contain Patches based on
waveforms that are timed — in BPM — phrase loops. You can play
these phrase loops in sync with the System Tempo.
1. On the PATCH PLAY screen, choose a Patch that uses a
phrase loop.
2. Set Patch Clock Source (PATCH:COMMON screen) to
SYSTEM.
3. On the PATCH:WAVE screen, view the Wave Number (L/R).
Press TONE SEL [1]–[4] to find a Tone that uses phrase-loop
waveforms.
The waveform name appears at the right side of the display.
Waveform names that have a BPM number in the first part of the
name (such as “132:WAVE NAME”) are phrase loop waveforms.
4. Set Tone Delay Time to 0.
If you choose a value other than 0, a delay will be applied, and
you will not be able to play the Patch normally.
5. Set System Clock Source (SYSTEM:GENERAL screen) to
INT.
* When System Clock Source is set to MIDI, you can synchronize the
phrase loop to the tempo of an external MIDI device.
6. When the System Tempo (SYSTEM:GENERAL screen)
changes, the speed of the phrase loop changes along with it.
* The phrase loop sounds at the system’s tempo regardless of which key
you press. The settings for pitch and FXM are ignored.
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By sending Control Change messages for different Part settings,
including volume, panning, and pitch, you can change these settings
remotely from an external MIDI device connected to the XV-5050.
This lets you control fade-ins and fade-outs, open and close filters,
and exercise other controls in realtime from the external MIDI
device.
The parameters that can be used for changing the settings, and the
Control Change messages that can be used to change the values, are
shown below.
* For more detailed information about Control Change messages, please
refer to “MIDI Implementation” p. 154).
* To change multi-effects, reverb, or chorus effects from an external
MIDI device, send a “System Exclusive message” (p. 157).
Remotely Controlling Volume (p. 154)
• Volume: Controller number 7
Remotely Controlling Stereo Positioning (p.
154)
• Panpot: Controller number 10
Remotely Applying Portamento (p. 154, p.
155)
• Portament: Controller number 65 (Portamento switch),
Controller number 5 (Portamento time)
Remotely Changing Sounds’ Attack and
Release Time (p. 155)
• Release Time: Controller number 72
• Attack Time: Controller number 73
Remotely Changing the Cutoff Frequency (p.
155)
• Cutoff: Controller number 74
Remotely Changing Resonance (p. 155)
• Resonance: Controller number 71
Remotely Changing the Amount of Internal
Chorus/Reverb (p. 156)
• Effect 3 (Chorus Send Level): Controller number 93
• Effect 1 (Reverb Send Level): Controller number 91
Remotely Changing Pitch (p. 158)
• Coarse: Controller number 100 (value is 0), Controller number
101 (value is 2), Controller number 6 (value is 16–112)
• Fine: Controller number 100 (value is 0), Controller number 101
(value is 1), Controller number 6 (value is 32–96), Controller
number 38 (value is 0–127)
* When changing the Fine parameter, set the amount of change in pitch
using Control Number 6 (Data Entry MSB) and Control Number 38
(Data Entry LSB) settings. There is no change in pitch when Data
Entry MSB is set to “64” and Data Entry LSB to “0.” The pitch is
raised as the respective values increase, and lowered as the respective
values decrease.
Remotely Specifying the Range of Pitch Bend
(p. 156)
• Bend Range: Controller number 100 (value is 0), Controller
number 101 (value is 0), Controller number 6 (value is 0–12)
Procedure
1. Enable the external MIDI device to send a Control Change
message.
For example, if you want to change the volume level, set the
external MIDI device to send Control Number 7 (Volume
message). In this case, the MIDI channel is matched to the MIDI
channel of the Part whose volume you want to change.
* For information on how to set up your external MIDI controller, refer
to its owner’s manual.
2. Operate the external MIDI device — adjust its controls, play
its sequencer, etc. — to send the desired MIDI messages.
* As sound changes occur, displayed parameter values reflect the changes
you make.
About RPN
“RPN” (Registered Parameter Number) is an extended MIDI
message activated by a previous Control Change message.
Use an RPN when you want to remotely change the XV-5050’s
Pitch or Pitch Bend range settings. An RPN has an superior part
(RPN MSB) and a subordinate part (RPN LSB). The RPN MSB
(Control Number 101) informs the XV-5050 that an RPN setting
is to follow, and the RPN LSB (Control Number 100) value tells
the XV-5050 which parameter is to be set. Finally, a Data Entry
(Control Change 6) message sets the desired value.
Once the XV-5050 has received an RPN parameter, all further
Data Entry messages on that MIDI channel are applied to that
parameter. In order to prevent accidental changes, once the
desired setting has been made for the parameter, we
recommend that RPN be set to “Null.”
For example, to raise the pitch of a certain Part by one half-step
(semitone) send the following Control Change message from
the external MIDI device.
• Controller number 100: value “0”
• Controller number 101: value “2”
• Controller number 6: value “65”
• Controller number 100: value “127” <- RPN null
• Controller number 101: value “127” <- RPN null
* For more detailed information about RPN messages, please refer
to “MIDI Implementation” (p. 154).
* When changing the Coarse parameter, set the amount of change in
pitch using Control Number 6 (Data Entry MSB) value. There is no
change in pitch when the value is set to “64.” The pitch is raised as the
value increases from 64, and is lowered as the value decreases below 64.
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Chapter 8
Changing Part Settings from
an External MIDI Device
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Chapter 8 Examples of Applications Using the XV-5050
Applications for Matrix Control
Controlling the TMT with the LFO
and Changing the Tone’s Timing
When TMT (Tone Mix Table) is selected as the Matrix Control
destination, you can use the Control Source controller to change the
time at which Tones in a Patch are played.
Here is an example of a Patch using LFO1 as a Control Source. The
time at which the Tone plays is based on LFO1’s amplitude value.
1. Select “PE:043 Morph Pad” on the PATCH PLAY screen.
2. Set TMT V-Rng Lower and Upper (PATCH:COMMON screen,
p. 41) for Tones 1 and 2 as follows.
L
:
U
tone = 1
1
:
64
tone = 2
65
:
127
3. Set TMT V-Rng L.Fade and U.Fade to 10 for Tones 1 and 2.
This makes the Tones fade in and out smoothly outside their
velocity ranges.
4. Set TMT Vel Control to OFF.
This setting disables the V-Rng settings made in Step 2 and
causes the two Tones to sound simultaneously, regardless of the
velocity — the force with which keys are played — received
from your MIDI keyboard or sequencer.
5. Set TMT Control Sw (PATCH:CONTROL screen, p. 52) to ON.
This setting allows the TMT to be controlled by the Matrix
Control Controller. The following chart shows all the
relationships between the TMT Velocity Control and TMT Ctrl
Sw.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
TMT Vel Control
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
TMT Control Sw
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
(1)(3): The Velocity Control settings are enabled, and the two Tones
are switched on or off according to the velocity data received from
the MIDI keyboard or sequencer.
(2): The Velocity Control settings and TMT control via Matrix
Control are disabled, and the two Tones play simultaneously,
regardless of the velocity data received from the MIDI keyboard or
sequencer.
(4): TMT Matrix Control is enabled, and the timing of the Tones
changes according to the Control Source controller data.
* The TMT Vel Control settings are given priority when both TMT Vel
Control and TMT Control Sw are set to ON.
6. Choose LFO1 as the Ctrl 1 Src (PATCH:CONTROL screen, p.
52).
7. Set Ctl1 Dest1 to TMT, Ctl1 Sens1 to +63, and Ctl1 Switch1
for TONE 1 and 2 to ON.
8. Set the LFO1 Form and Rate (PATCH:LFO screen) for each
of the Tones as shown below.
TONE 1
TONE 2
Form:
SIN
SIN
Rate:
64
127
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9. Choose the Number for Tones 1 and 2 (PATCH:WAVE
screen, p. 44).
10. Press [EXIT] to return to the PATCH PLAY screen.
Other possible applications include synchronizing the Control
Source LFO rate to the tempo, assigning Modulation and other
parameters to the Control Source, and changing the Tone in
realtime from a MIDI keyboard or other such device.
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Appendices
Appendices
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Installing the Wave Expansion Board
The XV-5050 can be further expanded with the installation of up to
two optional wave expansion boards (SRX Series). Wave data is
stored in these wave expansion boards. Also stored are Patches and
Rhythm Sets that use the Wave data from the wave expansion
boards, allowing these to be called up directly for use.
How to Install a Wave
Expansion Board
Cautions When Installing an
Wave Expansion Board
2. Remove only the top panel screws specified in the following
figure.
1. Before installing the wave expansion board, turn off the
power to the XV-5050 and to any device connected to the
XV-5050.
fig.Install1
901
● To avoid the risk of damage to internal components that can be
caused by static electricity, please carefully observe the following
whenever you handle the board.
1
• Before you touch the board, always first grasp a metal object
(such as a water pipe), so you are sure that any static
electricity you might have been carrying has been discharged.
2
• When handling the board, grasp it only by its edges. Avoid
touching any of the electronic components or connectors.
5
• Save the bag in which the board was originally shipped, and
put the board back into it whenever you need to store or
transport it.
3. Remove the cover.
4. Orient the board holder as shown in the figure.
fig.Install2.e
Holder
● Use a Philips screwdriver that is suitable for the size of the screw
(a number 2 screwdriver). If an unsuitable screwdriver is used,
the head of the screw may be stripped.
● To remove a screw, rotate the screwdriver counter-clockwise. To
tighten a screw, rotate the screwdriver clockwise.
fig.Screw.e
loosen
tighten
5. Slots are provided inside the XV-5050 for SRX Series
boards. Referring to the diagram below, plug the wave
expansion board’s connector into the connector in the wave
expansion board slot, and simultaneously insert the board
holder into the hole in the Wave expansion board.
fig.Install3.e
● When installing Wave Expansion Boards, remove only the
specified screws.
● Be careful that the screws you remove do not drop into the
interior of the XV-5050.
● Do not leave the cover in a detached state. Be sure to reattach it
after the Wave Expansion Boards have been installed.
Connector
911
● Do not touch any of the printed circuit pathways or connection
terminals.
Holder
● Be careful not to cut your hand on the edge of the installation bay.
912
6. Use the locking hardware included with the wave expansion
board to rotate the board holder to the LOCK position and
fasten the wave expansion board.
913
fig.Install4
● Never use excessive force when installing a circuit board. If it
doesn’t fit properly on the first attempt, remove the board and try
again.
● When circuit board installation is complete, double-check your
work.
914
● Always turn the unit off and unplug the power cord before
attempting installation of the circuit board (SRX series; p. 14).
LOCK
915
● Install only the specified circuit board(s) (SRX series). Remove
only the specified screws (p. 120).
7. Using the screws removed in Step 2, refasten the cover in its
original position.
This completes the installation of the wave expansion board.
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Next, check to make sure the board has been
installed properly.
1. Use the procedure in “Turning On the Power” (p. 14) to turn
the power on.
2. Press [SYSTEM] to make its indicator light.
3. Press [
CURSOR] a few times to move the cursor to the
parameter group in the upper line of the display.
4. Turn [VALUE] to choose “INFO.”
5. Press [CURSOR
] to move the cursor to the parameter at
the lower left of the display.
6. Turn [VALUE] to choose “XA (XB).” Verify that the name of
the Wave Expansion Board is displayed next to the slot
name.
7. Press [EXIT] to return to the PLAY screen.
If no board has been installed, or if the wave expansion board is
not being recognized properly, “----------------” appears in the
display.
Appendices
If “----------------” appears next to the name of the slot in which
the board was installed, it may be that the wave expansion board
is not being recognized properly. Use the procedure in “Turning
Off the Power” (p. 14) to turn the power off, then reinstall the
wave expansion board correctly.
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Installation de la carte d’extension Wave
(French language for Canadian Safety Standard)
Les cartes d’exten-sion Wave contiennent des donnees Wave, aussi
bien que des morceaux musicaux et des ensembles rythmiques
utilisant ces donnees, auxquelles on peut directement acceder dans
la zone temporaire et les faire jouer.
Installation d’une carte
d’expansion Wave
Précautions à prendre lors de
l’installation d’une carte
d’expansion Wave
2. N’enlever que les vis spécifiées sur le schéma suivant.
1. Avant d’installer la carte d’extension, éteindre le XV-5050 et
tous les appareils qui y sont reliés.
fig.Install1
901 (F)
● Veuillez suivre attentivement les instructions suivantes quand
vous manipulez la carte afin d’éviter tout risque d’endommagement des pièces internes par l’électricité statique.
1
• Toujours toucher un objet métallique relié à la terre (comme
un tuyau par exemple) avant de manipuler la carte pour vous
décharger de l’électricité statique que vous auriez pu
accumuler.
3. Enlever la plaque protectrice.
4. Orienter le support à carte tel qu’indiqué sur le schéma.
fig.Install2.f
2
Support d’extension Wave
• Lorsque vous manipulez la carte, la tenir par les côtés. Évitez
de toucher aux composants ou aux connecteurs.
5
• Conservez le sachet d’origine dans lequel était la carte lors de
l’envoi et remettez la carte dedans si vous devez la ranger ou
la transporter.
● Utiliser un tournevis cruciforme correspondant à la taille de la vis
(un tournevis numéro 2). En cas d’utilisation d’un tournevis
inapproprié, la tête de la vis pourrait être endommagée.
● Pour enlever les vis, tourner le tournevis dans le sens contraire
des aiguilles d’une montre. Pour resserrer, tourner dans le sens
des aiguilles d’une montre.
5. Dans l’appareil, vous trouverez des emplacements pour
carte à extension de série SRX. En vous référant au schéma
ci-dessous, insérer le connecteur de la carte d’extension à
l’emplacement correspondant tout en enfonçant
simultanément le support à carte dans les trous de celle-ci.
fig.Install3.f
fig.Screw.f
desserrer
resserrer
Connecteur
● Lors de l’insertion de la carte d’extension Wave, enlevez
seulement les vis indiquées dans les instructions.
Support d’extension
Wave
● Veillez à ne pas laisser tomber de vis dans le châssis du XV-5050.
● Ne pas laisser le panneau de protection avant détaché. S’assurer
de l’avoir rattacher après avoir installé le disque dur.
911(F)
6. À l’aide de l’outil fourni à cet effet avec la carte, faire tourner
en position “LOCK” le support à carte afin de bien la fixer.
● Veillez à ne pas vous couper les doitgs sur le bord de l’ouverture
d’installation.
fig.Install4
● Ne pas toucher aux circuits imprimés ou aux connecteurs.
912(F)
● Ne jamais forcer lors de l’installation de la carte de circuits
imprimés. Si la carte s’ajuste mal au premier essai, enlevez la
carte et recommencez l’installation.
LOCK
913(F)
● Quand l’installation de la carte de circuits imprimés est terminée,
revérifiez si tout est bien installé.
914(F)
● Toujours éteindre et débrancher l’appareil avant de commencer
l’installation de la carte. (SRX series; p. 14).
915(F)
● N’installez que les cartes de circuits imprimes spécifiées (SRX
series). Enlevez seulement les vis indiquées (p. 122).
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7. Remettre la plaque à sa place et la fixer à l’aide des vis
enlevées à l’étape 2.
Ceci complète l’installation de la carte d’extension.
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Installation de la carte d'extension Wave
Les manipulations suivantes vous permettront
de verifier si votre carte a ete correctement
installee.
1. Allumer votre appareil en suivant les instructions de la p.14.
2. Appuyer sur [SYSTEM] pour allumer le voyant lumineux.
3. Appuyer sur [
CURSOR] quelques fois pour déplacer le
curseur jusqu’au groupe de paramètres sur la première ligne
affichée.
4. Tourner le bouton [VALUE] afin de sélectionner “ INFO “.
5. Appuyer sur [CURSOR
] pour déplacer le curseur
jusqu’au paramètre dans le coin inférieur gauche de
l’affichage.
6. Tourner le bouton [VALUE] pour sélectionner “ XA (XB) “.
S’assurer que le nom de la carte d’expansion Wave est
affiché en regard du nom de la fente.
7. Appuyer sur [EXIT] pour revenir à l’écran PLAY.
L’affichage suivant apparaitra. S’il n’y a aucune carte installee ou
si la carte est incorrectement installee, l’affichage [----------------]
apparaitra.
Appendices
* Si l’affichage [----------------] apparait a cote du nom de l’emplacement
dans lequel vous avez installe la carte, il est possible que la carte
d’extension ait ete mal installee. Eteindre l’appareil en suivant les
instructions a cet effet a la p.14 et reinstaller la carte.
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Installing & Setup the Driver
In order to use the XV-5050 with your computer, you must first install the USB MIDI
Driver. The USB MIDI Driver is included in the “XV-5050 Driver CD-ROM.”
What is the USB MIDI Driver?
The USB MIDI Driver is a software which passes data between the XV-5050 and the
application (sequencer software, etc.) that is running on the USB-connected
computer.
The USB MIDI Driver sends data from the application to the XV-5050, and passes
data from the XV-5050 to the application.
fig.USB-01
Application
USB connector
USB
Driver
USB cable
XV-5050
Computer
The explanation about installing and setup the driver is organized according to the
computer and MIDI driver that you are using. Please proceed to the following pages.
Windows 98 / Me Users → p. 125
Windows 2000 Users → p. 128
Using OMS on the Macintosh → p. 132
Using FreeMIDI on the Macintosh → p. 134
124
The XV-5050 cannot be
used with Windows 95 or
Windows NT.
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Windows 98 / Me Users
Use the following procedure to install the XV-5050 Driver.
* Disconnect the XV-5050 from your computer before starting up Windows.
1. With all USB cables disconnected, start up Windows. (except the
keyboard and mouse)
2. Exit all applications before you begin installing the driver.
3. Insert the XV-5050 Driver CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
If the XV-5050 is already
connected to your computer
and a message of “Add New
Hardware Wizard” is
displayed, go to the XV-5050
Driver CD-ROM folder
named Win98, open the file
README_E.HTM, and read
the “Troubleshooting”
section entitled “You
attempted to install using
the above procedure, but
were not able to.”
4. From the Windows Start menu, select “Run.”
5. In the “Open” field of the dialog box that
appears, enter “D:\Win98\Setupinf.exe”
and click “OK.”
* Enter the drive name D: appropriate for the drive name of your CD-ROM drive.
6. The SETUPINF dialog box appears, and
the display indicates “Ready to install the
driver.---”
If you wish to use the XV5050 at the same time as
another USB device
connected to your computer,
disconnect the other USB
device from the USB
connector before installing
the XV-5050 driver. If another
USB device is connected to
your computer when you
install the XV-5050 driver, the
XV-5050 driver may not be
installed correctly.
The “Win98\Setupinf.exe”
file cannot be used on
Windows 2000.
To check the drive name of
your CD-ROM drive,
double-click the My
Computer icon.
If the “Ready to install the
driver.---” dialog box does
not appear, go to the XV5050 Driver CD-ROM
folder named Win98, open
the README_E.HTM file,
and read the section
entitled “Installation.”
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Appendices
* Don’t click “OK” here.
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7. Use the USB cable to connect the XV-5050 and your computer.
fig.USB-01
To prevent malfunction
and/or damage to speakers
or other devices, always
turn down the volume, and
turn off the power on all
devices before making any
connections.
USB connector
of your computer
USB cable
XV-5050
Computer
8. In some cases, the
“Insert Disk” dialog
box may appear.
Click “OK.”
9. The “New Hardware Found” dialog
box will appear.
In the “Copy files from” area, input
“D:\Win98” and click the “OK” button.
Installation will be completed.
* Change the drive name D: to match the drive
name of your CD-ROM drive. For example if
your CD-ROM drive is named Q:, you would
input “Q:\Win98”.
10. Click “OK” button in the “SETUPINF” dialog box.
Then refer to Specifying the Output Destination for MIDI Data (the section that
follows), and make settings for the XV-5050 to be used from your computer. The XV5050 cannot be used unless you make these settings.
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Specifying the Output Destination for MIDI Data
Here you can make settings for using the USB MIDI driver with applications such as
the “Media Player” that is included with Windows.
Windows 98 users
1. Click the Windows [Start] button, select
[Settings] from the menu that appears,
and select [Control Panel].
If you are using the XV5050 with a sequencer, do
not disconnect the MIDI
cable connected to the XV5050 while a song is
playing back.
2. In the Control Panel, double-click the
[Multimedia] icon.
3. In Multimedia Properties, click the [MIDI]
tab.
In the “MIDI Output” field select [Roland XV-5050].
4. Click [OK].
5. Start up Windows Media Player or Media
Player, select a MIDI file, and play back.
Windows Media Player is
located in Start menu ->
Programs-AccessoriesEntertainment-Windows
Media Player.
Windows Me users
1. Click the Windows [Start] button, select
[Settings] from the menu that appears,
and select [Control Panel].
2. In the Control Panel, double-click the
3. In Sounds and Multimedia Properties, click
the [Audio] tab.
In the “MIDI Music Playback” field, select [Roland
XV-5050].
Depending on your
settings, “Sounds and
Multimedia” may not
appear in the “Control
Panel.” In this case, click
“View all Control Panel
options.”
4. Click [OK].
5. Start up Windows Media Player or Media
Player, select a MIDI file, and play back.
Windows Media Player is
located in Start menu ->
Programs-AccessoriesEntertainment-Windows
Media Player.
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Appendices
[Sounds and Multimedia] icon.
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Windows 2000 Users
Use the following procedure to install the XV-5050 driver.
* Disconnect the XV-5050 from your computer before starting up Windows.
* To install the driver, you must log on to Windows as the Administrator or other user with
the privileges of the Administrators group. For more information regarding this, consult
your computer system administrator.
1. With all USB cables disconnected, start up Windows. (except the
keyboard and mouse)
2. Log onto Windows as an Administrator, or other user that is a
member of the Administrators group.
3. Exit all applications before performing the installation.
4. Make “Driver Signing” settings.
Open the “Control Panel,” and double-click
“System.”
Click the “Hardware” tab, and then click the “Driver
Signing” button. The “Driver Signing Options”
dialog box appears.
5. Make sure that “File signature verification”
is set to “Ignore.”
If it is set to “Ignore,” click “OK.” If not, make a note
of the current setting; then change it to “Ignore” and
click the “OK” button.
6. Click the “OK” button to close “System Properties.”
7. Insert the XV-5050 Driver CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
8. From the Windows Start menu, select “Run.”
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If the XV-5050 is already
connected to your computer
and a message of “Found
New Hardware Wizard” is
displayed, go to the XV-5050
Driver CD-ROM folder
named Win2000, open the
file README_E.HTM, and
read the “Troubleshooting”
section entitled “You
attempted to install using
the above procedure, but
were not able to.”
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9. In the “Open” field of the dialog box that
appears, enter “D:\Win2000\Setupinf.exe”
and click [OK].
The “Win2000\Setupinf.exe”
file cannot be used on
Windows 98/Me.
* Enter the drive name D: appropriate for the drive name of your CD-ROM drive.
10. The SETUPINF dialog box appear, and
the display indicates “Ready to install
the driver.-”
* Don’t click “OK” here.
11. Use the USB cable to connect the XV-5050 and your computer.
fig.USB-01
To prevent malfunction
and/or damage to speakers
or other devices, always
turn down the volume, and
turn off the power on all
devices before making any
connections.
USB connector
of your computer
USB cable
XV-5050
Computer
12. The “Insert Disk” dialog box appears.
Click the “OK” button.
13. The “Files Needed” dialog box appears.
In the “Copy files from” area, input
“D:\Win2000” and click the “OK” button.
Installation will be completed.
Appendices
* Change the drive name D: to match the drive name of
your CD-ROM drive. For example if your CD-ROM
drive is named Q:, you would input “Q:\Win2000”.
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14. The “Found New Hardware
Wizard” will appear.
Make sure that “Roland XV-5050” is
displayed, and click the “Finish” button.
15. The “System Settings Change”
dialog box will appear.
Click the “Yes” button and restart
Windows.
16. If you changed the setting for “Verify file signature” in step 5, set it
back to the previous setting.
(To restore the setting, the Administrator or user belonging to the Administrators
group must log on to Windows.)
Then refer to “Specifying the Output Destination for MIDI Data” (the section that
follows), and make settings for the XV-5050 to be used from your computer. The XV5050 cannot be used unless you make these settings.
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Specifying the Output Destination for MIDI Data
Here you can make settings for using the XV-5050 driver with applications such as
the “Media Player” that is included with Windows.
1. Click the Windows [Start] button,
select [Settings] from the menu that
appears, and select [Control Panel].
If you are using the XV5050 with a sequencer, do
not disconnect the MIDI
cable connected to the XV5050 while a song is
playing back.
2. In the Control Panel, double-click the
[Sounds and Multimedia] icon.
3. Click the “Audio” tab, and in “MIDI
Music Playback,” select “Roland
XV-5050.”
4. Click [OK].
5. Start up Windows Media Player or
Media Player, select a MIDI file,
and play back.
Windows Media Player is
located in Start menu ->
Programs-AccessoriesEntertainment-Windows
Media Player.
Deleting the USB MIDI Driver
If you were not able to install the XV-5050 driver according to the procedure, or if
you are unable to use the XV-5050 even after installing the driver, you must delete
the driver.
After deleting the driver, use the procedure described in “Installing & Setup the
Driver” (p. 124) to re-install the driver.
For details on how to delete the driver, refer to the explanation provided in the online manual within the XV-5050 Driver CD-ROM.
Windows 98 / Me users
Appendices
In the XV-5050 Driver CD-ROM folder Win98, open the README_E.HTM file and
read “To uninstall.”
Windows 2000 users
In the XV-5050 Driver CD-ROM folder Win2000, open the README_E.HTM file and
read “To uninstall.”
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Installing & Setup the Driver
Using OMS on the Macintosh
Installing the XV-5050 Driver
Use the following procedure to install the XV-5050 driver.
* Disconnect the XV-5050 from your Macintosh before installing the driver.
* Exit all applications before you begin installing the driver.
* The XV-5050 OMS Driver included on the disc is provided as an additional module that
allows the XV-5050 to be used with OMS. In order to use it, OMS must already be installed
on the start-up hard disk.
You can download OMS
from the Web site of
Opcode System, Inc.
1. In the “XV Driver E” folder of the CD-ROM, double-click the
About detailed information
for OMS, refer to the
Owner’s Manual of OMS.
“OMS-E” icon.
2. Make sure that OMS is already installed in the
location where the driver will be installed, and
click [Install].
3. If the following message appears, click
[Continue] and all other currently-running
applications will be exited, and installation will
continue.
4. When installation is completed, the
following dialog box appears. Click
[Restart] to restart your Macintosh.
OMS settings
1. Use the USB cable to connect the XV-5050 and your Macintosh.
fig.USB-01
USB connector
of your computer
USB cable
XV-5050
To prevent malfunction
and/or damage to speakers
or other devices, always
turn down the volume, and
turn off the power on all
devices before making any
connections.
Computer
2. Double-click the “OMS Setup” icon.
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If you are using the XV5050 with a sequencer, do
not disconnect the MIDI
cable connected to the XV5050 while a song is
playing back.
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Installing & Setup the Driver
3. If the “Apple Talk” dialog box appears, click
[Turn It Off].
Then, in the dialog box that appears next, click [OK].
4. The “Create a New Studio setup” dialog box
appears.
Click [OK].
5. The “OMS Driver Search” dialog box appears.
If the “Create a New
Studio setup” dialog box
does not appear, click [New
Studio setup] in the [File]
menu.
Click [Search].
6. After the search has been completed, make
sure that “Roland XV-5050” is listed in the
“OMS Driver Setup” dialog box, and click
[OK].
7. After making sure that the XV-5050 is listed in
the “OMS MIDI Device Setup” dialog box,
click the check box for XV-5050, and click
[OK].
8. Change the name of the keyboard icon to
"Port 1" or any other names except "XV5050."
9. The “Save” dialog box appears.
Input the desired file name, and click [Save].
10. Select [Test Studio] in the [Studio Menu] and
check it in order to verify whether sound is
produced.
The following step will
cause a relatively loud
sound to be produced by
the XV-5050, so turn down
the volume of your XV5050 before continuing.
11. In the “My Studio Setup Window,” click the
Appendices
keyboard icon.
When you move the mouse pointer near the keyboard icon, the pointer will change
to the shape of an eighth note. Verify that you can hear sound from your XV-5050.
12. After you have finished the above check, exit OMS Setup.
This completes driver settings.
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Installing & Setup the Driver
Using FreeMIDI on the Macintosh
Installing the XV-5050 Driver
Use the following procedure to install the XV-5050 driver.
* Disconnect the XV-5050 from your Macintosh before installing the driver.
* Exit all applications before you begin installing the driver.
You can download
FreeMIDI from the Web
site of Mark of the Unicorn,
Inc.
* The XV-5050 FreeMIDI Driver included on the disc is provided as an additional module
that allows the XV-5050 to be used with FreeMIDI. In order to use it, FreeMIDI must
already be installed on the start-up hard disk.
1. In the “XV-5050 Driver E” folder of the CD-ROM, doubleclick the “FM-E” icon.
2. Make sure that FreeMIDI is already installed
in the location where the driver will be
installed, and click [Install].
3. When installation is completed, click
[Restart] to restart your Macintosh.
This completes installation of the XV-5050 Driver.
Next you will make FreeMIDI settings.
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About detailed information
for FreeMIDI, refer to the
owner’s manual of
FreeMIDI.
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FreeMIDI settings
1. Use the USB cable to connect the XV-5050 and your Macintosh.
fig.USB-01
USB connector
of your computer
USB cable
XV-5050
Computer
2. Open the “FreeMIDI Applications” folder, and doubleclick the “FreeMIDI Setup” icon.
3. The first time FreeMIDI is started up, a “Welcome to FreeMIDI!” dialog
To prevent malfunction
and/or damage to speakers
or other devices, always
turn down the volume, and
turn off the power on all
devices before making any
connections.
If you are using the XV5050 with a sequencer, do
not disconnect the MIDI
cable connected to the XV5050 while a song is
playing back.
box will appear. Click [Continue].
If this is the second or later time, select “FreeMIDI Preferences” from the File menu.
4. In the “FreeMIDI Preferences” dialog box,
check “XV-5050 Port” which is located below
XV-5050 Driver in MIDI Configuration, and click
[OK].
5. The About Quick Setup dialog box appears.
Click [Continue].
6. In the dialog box that appears, select the
“XV-5050” in “Studio Location,” and click
[>>Add>>].
There will be a version
number following
“FreeMIDI Setup” as the
actual icon name.
If the dialog box does not
show “XV-5050 Driver,”
check whether the XV-5050
is connected correctly, and
start up FreeMIDI Setup
once again.
If the “About Quick
Setup” dialog box is not
displayed, select “Quick
Setup...” from the
“Configuration” menu.
7. When settings are complete, click [Done].
8. From the File menu, select [Save], and save
This is one example of a
setting window. The
window that appears will
depend on your setup.
your settings.
This completes driver settings.
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Appendices
A setting window like the following appears.
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Troubleshooting
If no sound can be heard, or if the unit does not perform as you expect, check the following points first. If this does not resolve the problem,
contact your dealer or a nearby Roland service station.
* If a message appears during operation, consult the following section Error Messages (p. 137).
Problem
Cause
Action
No sound
Is the VOLUME lowered?
Check the VOLUME knob, and the volume settings on the connected amp/mixer,
etc.
If there is sound in the headphones, it is possible that the connection cables are broken, or that the amp or mixer is malfunctioning. Check the connection cables and
other devices once again.
Make sure that the MIDI transmit channel of the connected device matches the receive channel of the XV-5050 (p. 19).
Check the level settings of each Tone, Patch and each Part. (Tone p. 48, Patch p. 40,
Part p. 65)
Check the on/off settings of each Tone and each Part. (Tone p. 39, Part p. 63)
Check the key range settings of each Tone and each Part. (Tone p. 41, Part p. 64)
The volume will return to normal when the power is turned on once again. When a
Performance is selected, the reception status for each type of message can be viewed
in the [INFO] screen (p. 67).
Check settings such as Effect On/Off (p. 69), and Effect Balance and Level (pp. 75–
103).
Check the Output Assign and MFX Output Assign settings. (p. 74)
Turn the MIDI-USB Thru parameter off, or turn on the MIDI Thru parameter in the
connected computer (p. 109).
Check the setting. (p. 110)
Check the setting. (p. 110)
Check each setting. (Tone p. 45, Part p. 66)
Have connections been made correctly?
Is the MIDI receive channel correct?
Are the Tone, Patch and Part level settings excessively low?
Are Tones or Parts turned off?
Are the key range settings correct?
Has the volume been lowered by volume/expression messages received from an external device?
Are the effect settings correct?
Are the output destination settings correct?
Is MIDI-USB Thru turned on?
Pitch is wrong
Is the Master Tune setting correct?
Is Scale Tune selected?
Are the pitch settings for each Tone and each
Part correct?
Have pitch bend messages received from an external device caused the pitch to “stick”?
Effects do not apply
Are MFX, CHORUS, and REVERB turned off?
Are the various effect settings correct?
MIDI messages are
not received correctly
Are the receive channel and receive switch settings correct?
Are the exclusive receive settings correct?
Is the DEMO PLAY screen displayed?
Song data does not
playback correctly
Are you playing back from the middle of the
song?
Are you playing back GS format song data?
Is the Patch mode selected?
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The pitch will return to normal when the power is turned on. If a Performance is selected, the [INFO] screen (p. 67) allows you to check the reception status of each type
of messages.
Hold down [SHIFT] and press [PATCH FINDER] to check each setting. (p. 69)
If the send levels to each effect are at 0, effects will not apply. Check each setting. (p.
74)
Even if the send level to each effect is above 0, effects will not apply if the MFX Output Level, Chorus Level, and Reverb Level are set to 0. Check each setting. (p. 74)
If Output Assign is set to PATCH for each Part of the Performance, the sound will
be output according to the Output Assign settings of the Patch (for each Tone) which
is assigned to those Parts. This means that if the Output Assign of (each Tone in) the
Patch is set to PATCH, the MFX sound will not be output. (p. 40)
Check the settings for the MIDI receive channel (p. 108) and the various switches for
reception of MIDI messages (p. 108).
In order for system exclusive messages to be received, the Device ID Number must
match that of the transmitting device, and the System Exclusive receive switch must
be on. (p. 108) Also, if you wish to rewrite data in the USER group, the System Exclusive message Protect Switch must be turned off as well. (p. 105)
When the DEMOPLAY screen is displayed, MIDI messages received from an external device will be ignored.
The beginning of a General MIDI score song contains a GM System On message. In
some cases, a General MIDI Score cannot be played back correctly unless this message is received.
Since the XV-5050 is a General MIDI system compatible sound source, there may be
cases in which GS format song data will not playback correctly.
When song data is played back in the Patch mode, only the sound of a single Part is
played. Change to the Performance mode, then play the song data.
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Error Messages
If there has been a mistake in operation, or if the XV-5050 is unable to continue processing as you directed,
an error message will appear in the display. Take the appropriate action for the displayed error message.
* This section gives the error messages in alphabetical order.
Message
Situation
Action
MIDI Buffer Full
Due to an inordinate volume of MIDI messages received, the
XV-5050 has failed to process them properly.
It is possible that the power has been turned off for the MIDI
device connected to the XV-5050’s MIDI IN connector.
It is possible that a MIDI cable has been pulled out or has a
short.
A MIDI message was received incorrectly.
Reduce the amount of MIDI messages to be
transmitted.
Check the power of the connected MIDI device.
Receive Data Error
USB Off Line
User Memory Damaged
User Memory Write
Protected
It is possible that the power has been turned off for the computer connected to the XV-5050’s USB connector.
It is possible that a USB cable has been pulled out or has a short.
The data in user memory has been lost.
The Internal parameter (PROTECT; p. 105) is turned ON.
The Exclusive parameter (PROTECT; p. 105) is turned ON, and
Exclusive messages cannot be received.
Check the MIDI cable.
If the same error message is displayed repeatedly, there is a problem with the MIDI messages
that are being transmitted to the XV-5050.
Check the power of the connected computer.
Check the USB cable.
Use the Factory Reset function (p. 15) to initialize
the memory to the factory settings.
Turn the Internal parameter OFF.
Turn the Exclusive parameter OFF.
Appendices
MIDI Communication
Error
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Waveform List
No.
Wave Name
No.
Wave Name
No.
Wave Name
No.
Wave Name
No.
Wave Name
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
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
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
StGrand pA L
StGrand pA R
StGrand pB L
StGrand pB R
StGrand pC L
StGrand pC R
StGrand fA L
StGrand fA R
StGrand fB L
StGrand fB R
StGrand fC L
StGrand fC R
Ac Piano2 pA
Ac Piano2 pB
Ac Piano2 pC
Ac Piano2 fA
Ac Piano2 fB
Ac Piano2 fC
Ac Piano1 A
Ac Piano1 B
Ac Piano1 C
Piano Thump
Piano Up TH
Piano Atk
MKS-20 P3 A
MKS-20 P3 B
MKS-20 P3 C
SA Rhodes 1A
SA Rhodes 1B
SA Rhodes 1C
SA Rhodes 2A
SA Rhodes 2B
SA Rhodes 2C
Dyn Rhd mp A
Dyn Rhd mp B
Dyn Rhd mp C
Dyn Rhd mf A
Dyn Rhd mf B
Dyn Rhd mf C
Dyn Rhd ff A
Dyn Rhd ff B
Dyn Rhd ff C
Wurly soft A
Wurly soft B
Wurly soft C
Wurly hard A
Wurly hard B
Wurly hard C
E.Piano 1A
E.Piano 1B
E.Piano 1C
E.Piano 2A
E.Piano 2B
E.Piano 2C
E.Piano 3A
E.Piano 3B
E.Piano 3C
MK-80 EP A
MK-80 EP B
MK-80 EP C
EP Hard
EP Distone
Clear Keys
D-50 EP A
D-50 EP B
D-50 EP C
Celesta
Music Box
Music Box 2
Clav 1A
Clav 1B
Clav 1C
Clav 2A
Clav 2B
Clav 2C
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
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
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
Clav 3A
Clav 3B
Clav 3C
Clav 4A
Clav 4B
Clav 4C
Clav Wave
MIDI Clav
HarpsiWave A
HarpsiWave B
HarpsiWave C
Jazz Organ 1
Jazz Organ 2
Organ 1
Organ 2
Organ 3
Organ 4
60's Organ1
60's Organ2
60's Organ3
60's Organ4
Full Organ
Full Draw
Rock Organ
RockOrg1 A L
RockOrg1 A R
RockOrg1 B L
RockOrg1 B R
RockOrg1 C L
RockOrg1 C R
RockOrg2 A L
RockOrg2 A R
RockOrg2 B L
RockOrg2 B R
RockOrg2 C L
RockOrg2 C R
RockOrg3 A L
RockOrg3 A R
RockOrg3 B L
RockOrg3 B R
RockOrg3 C L
RockOrg3 C R
Dist. Organ
Rot.Org Slw
Rot.Org Fst
Pipe Organ
Soft Nylon A
Soft Nylon B
Soft Nylon C
Nylon Gtr A
Nylon Gtr B
Nylon Gtr C
Nylon Str
6-Str Gtr A
6-Str Gtr B
6-Str Gtr C
StlGtr mp A
StlGtr mp B
StlGtr mp C
StlGtr mf A
StlGtr mf B
StlGtr mf C
StlGtr ff A
StlGtr ff B
StlGtr ff C
StlGtr sld A
StlGtr sld B
StlGtr sld C
StlGtr Hrm A
StlGtr Hrm B
StlGtr Hrm C
Gtr Harm A
Gtr Harm B
Gtr Harm C
Jazz Gtr A
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
Jazz Gtr B
Jazz Gtr C
LP Rear A
LP Rear B
LP Rear C
Rock lead 1
Rock lead 2
Comp Gtr A
Comp Gtr B
Comp Gtr C
Comp Gtr A+
Mute Gtr 1
Mute Gtr 2A
Mute Gtr 2B
Mute Gtr 2C
Muters
Pop Strat A
Pop Strat B
Pop Strat C
JC Strat A
JC Strat B
JC Strat C
JC Strat A+
JC Strat B+
JC Strat C+
Clean Gtr A
Clean Gtr B
Clean Gtr C
Stratus A
Stratus B
Stratus C
Scrape Gut
Strat Sust
Strat Atk
OD Gtr A
OD Gtr B
OD Gtr C
OD Gtr A+
Heavy Gtr A
Heavy Gtr B
Heavy Gtr C
Heavy Gtr A+
Heavy Gtr B+
Heavy Gtr C+
PowerChord A
PowerChord B
PowerChord C
EG Harm
Gt.FretNoise
Syn Gtr A
Syn Gtr B
Syn Gtr C
Harp 1A
Harp 1B
Harp 1C
Harp Harm
Pluck Harp
Banjo A
Banjo B
Banjo C
Sitar A
Sitar B
Sitar C
E.Sitar A
E.Sitar B
E.Sitar C
Santur A
Santur B
Santur C
Dulcimer A
Dulcimer B
Dulcimer C
Shamisen A
Shamisen B
Shamisen C
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296
297
298
299
300
Koto A
Koto B
Koto C
Taishokoto A
Taishokoto B
Taishokoto C
Pick Bass A
Pick Bass B
Pick Bass C
Fingerd Bs A
Fingerd Bs B
Fingerd Bs C
E.Bass
P.Bass 1
P.Bass 2
Stick
Fretless A
Fretless B
Fretless C
Fretless 2A
Fretless 2B
Fretless 2C
UprightBs 1
UprightBs 2A
UprightBs 2B
UprightBs 2C
Ac.Bass A
Ac.Bass B
Ac.Bass C
Slap Bass 1
Slap & Pop
Slap Bass 2
Slap Bass 3
Jz.Bs Thumb
Jz.Bs Slap 1
Jz.Bs Slap 2
Jz.Bs Slap 3
Jz.Bs Pop
Funk Bass1
Funk Bass2
Syn Bass A
Syn Bass C
Syn Bass
Syn Bass 2 A
Syn Bass 2 B
Syn Bass 2 C
Mini Bs 1A
Mini Bs 1B
Mini Bs 1C
Mini Bs 2
Mini Bs 2+
MC-202 Bs A
MC-202 Bs B
MC-202 Bs C
Hollow Bs
Flute 1A
Flute 1B
Flute 1C
Jazz Flute A
Jazz Flute B
Jazz Flute C
Flute Tone
Piccolo A
Piccolo B
Piccolo C
Blow Pipe
Pan Pipe
BottleBlow
Rad Hose
Shakuhachi
Shaku Atk
Flute Push
Clarinet A
Clarinet B
Clarinet C
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
341
342
343
344
345
346
347
348
349
350
351
352
353
354
355
356
357
358
359
360
361
362
363
364
365
366
367
368
369
370
371
372
373
374
375
Oboe mf A
Oboe mf B
Oboe mf C
Oboe f A
Oboe f B
Oboe f C
E.Horn A
E.Horn B
E.Horn C
Bassoon A
Bassoon B
Bassoon C
T_Recorder A
T_Recorder B
T_Recorder C
Sop.Sax A
Sop.Sax B
Sop.Sax C
Sop.Sax mf A
Sop.Sax mf B
Sop.Sax mf C
Alto mp A
Alto mp B
Alto mp C
Alto Sax 1A
Alto Sax 1B
Alto Sax 1C
T.Breathy A
T.Breathy B
T.Breathy C
SoloSax A
SoloSax B
SoloSax C
Tenor Sax A
Tenor Sax B
Tenor Sax C
T.Sax mf A
T.Sax mf B
T.Sax mf C
Bari.Sax f A
Bari.Sax f B
Bari.Sax f C
Bari.Sax A
Bari.Sax B
Bari.Sax C
Syn Sax
Chanter
Harmonica A
Harmonica B
Harmonica C
OrcUnisonA L
OrcUnisonA R
OrcUnisonB L
OrcUnisonB R
OrcUnisonC L
OrcUnisonC R
BrassSectA L
BrassSectA R
BrassSectB L
BrassSectB R
BrassSectC L
BrassSectC R
Tpt Sect. A
Tpt Sect. B
Tpt Sect. C
Tb Sect A
Tb Sect B
Tb Sect C
T.Sax Sect A
T.Sax Sect B
T.Sax Sect C
Flugel A
Flugel B
Flugel C
FlugelWave
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No.
Wave Name
No.
Wave Name
No.
Wave Name
No.
Wave Name
No.
Wave Name
376
377
378
379
380
381
382
383
384
385
386
387
388
389
390
391
392
393
394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418
419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
446
447
448
449
450
Trumpet 1A
Trumpet 1B
Trumpet 1C
Trumpet 2A
Trumpet 2B
Trumpet 2C
HarmonMute1A
HarmonMute1B
HarmonMute1C
Trombone 1
Trombone 2 A
Trombone 2 B
Trombone 2 C
Tuba A
Tuba B
Tuba C
French 1A
French 1C
F.Horns A
F.Horns B
F.Horns C
Violin A
Violin B
Violin C
Violin 2 A
Violin 2 B
Violin 2 C
Cello A
Cello B
Cello C
Cello 2 A
Cello 2 B
Cello 2 C
Cello Wave
Pizz
STR Attack A
STR Attack B
STR Attack C
DolceStr.A L
DolceStr.A R
DolceStr.B L
DolceStr.B R
DolceStr.C L
DolceStr.C R
JV Strings L
JV Strings R
JV Strings A
JV Strings C
JP Strings1A
JP Strings1B
JP Strings1C
JP Strings2A
JP Strings2B
JP Strings2C
PWM
Pulse Mod
Soft Pad A
Soft Pad B
Soft Pad C
Fantasynth A
Fantasynth B
Fantasynth C
D-50 HeavenA
D-50 HeavenB
D-50 HeavenC
Fine Wine
D-50 Brass A
D-50 Brass B
D-50 Brass C
D-50 BrassA+
Doo
Pop Voice
Syn Vox 1
Syn Vox 2
Voice Aahs A
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
458
459
460
461
462
463
464
465
466
467
468
469
470
471
472
473
474
475
476
477
478
479
480
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
489
490
491
492
493
494
495
496
497
498
499
500
501
502
503
504
505
506
507
508
509
510
511
512
513
514
515
516
517
518
519
520
521
522
523
524
525
Voice Aahs B
Voice Aahs C
Voice Oohs1A
Voice Oohs1B
Voice Oohs1C
Voice Oohs2A
Voice Oohs2B
Voice Oohs2C
Choir 1A
Choir 1B
Choir 1C
Oohs Chord L
Oohs Chord R
Male Ooh A
Male Ooh B
Male Ooh C
Org Vox A
Org Vox B
Org Vox C
Org Vox
ZZZ Vox
Bell VOX
Kalimba
JD Kalimba
Klmba Atk
Wood Crak
Block
Gamelan 1
Gamelan 2
Gamelan 3
Log Drum
Hooky
Tabla
Marimba Wave
Xylo
Xylophone
Vibes
Bottle Hit
Glockenspiel
Tubular
Steel Drums
Pole lp
Fanta Bell A
Fanta Bell B
Fanta Bell C
FantaBell A+
Org Bell
AgogoBells
FingerBell
DIGI Bell 1
DIGI Bell 1+
JD Cowbell
Bell Wave
Chime
Crystal
2.2 Bellwave
2.2 Vibwave
Digiwave
DIGI Chime
JD DIGIChime
BrightDigi
Can Wave 1
Can Wave 2
Vocal Wave
Wally Wave
Brusky lp
Wave Scan
Wire String
Nasty
Wave Table
Klack Wave
Spark VOX
JD Spark VOX
Cutters
EML 5th
526
527
528
529
530
531
532
533
534
535
536
537
538
539
540
541
542
543
544
545
546
547
548
549
550
551
552
553
554
555
556
557
558
559
560
561
562
563
564
565
566
567
568
569
570
571
572
573
574
575
576
577
578
579
580
581
582
583
584
585
586
587
588
589
590
591
592
593
594
595
596
597
598
599
600
MMM VOX
Lead Wave
Synth Reed
Synth Saw 1
Synth Saw 2
Syn Saw 2inv
Synth Saw 3
JD Syn Saw 2
FAT Saw
JP-8 Saw A
JP-8 Saw B
JP-8 Saw C
P5 Saw A
P5 Saw B
P5 Saw C
P5 Saw2 A
P5 Saw2 B
P5 Saw2 C
D-50 Saw A
D-50 Saw B
D-50 Saw C
Synth Square
JP-8 SquareA
JP-8 SquareB
JP-8 SquareC
DualSquare A
DualSquare C
DualSquareA+
JD SynPulse1
JD SynPulse2
JD SynPulse3
JD SynPulse4
Synth Pulse1
Synth Pulse2
JD SynPulse5
Sync Sweep
Triangle
JD Triangle
Sine
Metal Wind
Wind Agogo
Feedbackwave
Spectrum
CrunchWind
ThroatWind
Pitch Wind
JD Vox Noise
Vox Noise
BreathNoise
Voice Breath
White Noise
Pink Noise
Rattles
Ice Rain
Tin Wave
Anklungs
Wind Chimes
Orch. Hit
Tekno Hit
Back Hit
Philly Hit
Scratch 1
Scratch 2
Scratch 3
Shami
Org Atk 1
Org Atk 2
Sm Metal
StrikePole
Thrill
Switch
Tuba Slap
Plink
Plunk
EP Atk
601
602
603
604
605
606
607
608
609
610
611
612
613
614
615
616
617
618
619
620
621
622
623
624
625
626
627
628
629
630
631
632
633
634
635
636
637
638
639
640
641
642
643
644
645
646
647
648
649
650
651
652
653
654
655
656
657
658
659
660
661
662
663
664
665
666
667
668
669
670
671
672
673
674
675
TVF_Trig
Org Click
Cut Noiz
Bass Body
Flute Click
Gt&BsNz MENU
Ac.BassNz 1
Ac.BassNz 2
El.BassNz 1
El.BassNz 2
DistGtrNz 1
DistGtrNz 2
DistGtrNz 3
DistGtrNz 4
SteelGtrNz 1
SteelGtrNz 2
SteelGtrNz 3
SteelGtrNz 4
SteelGtrNz 5
SteelGtrNz 6
SteelGtrNz 7
Sea
Thunder
Windy
Stream
Bubble
Bird
Dog Bark
Horse
Telephone 1
Telephone 2
Creak
Door Slam
Engine
Car Stop
Car Pass
Crash
Gun Shot
Siren
Train
Jetplane
Starship
Breath
Laugh
Scream
Punch
Heart
Steps
Machine Gun
Laser
Thunder 2
AmbientSN pL
AmbientSN pR
AmbientSN fL
AmbientSN fR
Wet SN p L
Wet SN p R
Wet SN f L
Wet SN f R
Dry SN p
Dry SN f
Sharp SN
Piccolo SN
Maple SN
Old Fill SN
70s SN
SN Roll
Natural SN1
Natural SN2
Ballad SN
Rock SN p L
Rock SN p R
Rock SN mf L
Rock SN mf R
Rock SN f L
676
677
678
679
680
681
682
683
684
685
686
687
688
689
690
691
692
693
694
695
696
697
698
699
700
701
702
703
704
705
706
707
708
709
710
711
712
713
714
715
716
717
718
719
720
721
722
723
724
725
726
727
728
729
730
731
732
733
734
735
736
737
738
739
740
741
742
743
744
745
746
747
748
749
750
Rock SN f R
Rock Rim p L
Rock Rim p R
Rock Rim mfL
Rock Rim mfR
Rock Rim f L
Rock Rim f R
Rock Gst L
Rock Gst R
Snare Ghost
Jazz SN p L
Jazz SN p R
Jazz SN mf L
Jazz SN mf R
Jazz SN f L
Jazz SN f R
Jazz SN ff L
Jazz SN ff R
Jazz Rim p L
Jazz Rim p R
Jazz Rim mfL
Jazz Rim mfR
Jazz Rim f L
Jazz Rim f R
Jazz Rim ffL
Jazz Rim ffR
Brush Slap
Brush Swish
Jazz Swish p
Jazz Swish f
909 SN 1
909 SN 2
808 SN
Rock Roll L
Rock Roll R
Jazz Roll
Brush Roll
Dry Stick
Dry Stick 2
Side Stick
Woody Stick
RockStick pL
RockStick pR
RockStick fL
RockStick fR
Dry Kick
Maple Kick
Rock Kick p
Rock Kick mf
Rock Kick f
Jazz Kick p
Jazz Kick mf
Jazz Kick f
Jazz Kick
Pillow Kick
JazzDry Kick
Lite Kick
Old Kick
Hybrid Kick
Hybrid Kick2
Verb Kick
Round Kick
MplLmtr Kick
70s Kick 1
70s Kick 2
Dance Kick
808 Kick
909 Kick 1
909 Kick 2
Rock TomL1 p
Rock TomL2 p
Rock Tom M p
Rock Tom H p
Rock TomL1 f
Rock TomL2 f
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Appendices
Waveform List
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Waveform List
No.
Wave Name
No.
Wave Name
No.
Wave Name
No.
Wave Name
No.
Wave Name
751
752
753
754
755
756
757
758
759
760
761
762
763
764
765
766
767
768
769
770
771
772
773
774
775
776
777
778
779
780
781
782
783
784
785
786
787
788
789
790
791
792
793
794
795
796
797
798
799
800
801
802
803
804
805
806
807
808
809
810
811
812
813
814
815
816
817
818
819
820
821
822
823
824
825
Rock Tom M f
Rock Tom H f
Rock Flm L1
Rock Flm L2
Rock Flm M
Rock Flm H
Jazz Tom L p
Jazz Tom M p
Jazz Tom H p
Jazz Tom L f
Jazz Tom M f
Jazz Tom H f
Jazz Flm L
Jazz Flm M
Jazz Flm H
Maple Tom 1
Maple Tom 2
Maple Tom 3
Maple Tom 4
808 Tom
Verb Tom Hi
Verb Tom Lo
Dry Tom Hi
Dry Tom Lo
Rock ClHH1 p
Rock ClHH1mf
Rock ClHH1 f
Rock ClHH2 p
Rock ClHH2mf
Rock ClHH2 f
Jazz ClHH1 p
Jazz ClHH1mf
Jazz ClHH1 f
Jazz ClHH2 p
Jazz ClHH2mf
Jazz ClHH2 f
Cl HiHat 1
Cl HiHat 2
Cl HiHat 3
Cl HiHat 4
Cl HiHat 5
Rock OpHH p
Rock OpHH f
Jazz OpHH p
Jazz OpHH mf
Jazz OpHH f
Op HiHat
Op HiHat 2
Rock PdHH p
Rock PdHH f
Jazz PdHH p
Jazz PdHH f
Pedal HiHat
Pedal HiHat2
Dance Cl HH
909 NZ HiHat
70s Cl HiHat
70s Op HiHat
606 Cl HiHat
606 Op HiHat
909 Cl HiHat
909 Op HiHat
808 Claps
HumanClapsEQ
Tight Claps
Hand Claps
Finger Snaps
Rock RdCym1p
Rock RdCym1f
Rock RdCym2p
Rock RdCym2f
Jazz RdCym p
Jazz RdCymmf
Jazz RdCym f
Ride 1
826
827
828
829
830
831
832
833
834
835
836
837
838
839
840
841
842
843
844
845
846
847
848
849
850
851
852
853
854
855
856
857
858
859
860
861
862
863
864
865
866
867
868
869
870
871
872
873
874
875
876
877
878
879
880
881
882
883
884
885
886
887
888
889
890
891
892
893
894
895
896
897
898
899
900
Ride 2
Ride Bell
Rock CrCym1p
Rock CrCym1f
Rock CrCym2p
Rock CrCym2f
Rock Splash
Jazz CrCym p
Jazz CrCym f
Crash Cymbal
Crash 1
Rock China
China Cym
Cowbell
Wood Block
Claves
Bongo Hi
Bongo Lo
Cga Open Hi
Cga Open Lo
Cga Mute Hi
Cga Mute Lo
Cga Slap
Timbale
Cabasa Up
Cabasa Down
Cabasa Cut
Maracas
Long Guiro
Tambourine 1
Tambourine 2
Open Triangl
Cuica
Vibraslap
Timpani
Timp3 pp
Timp3 mp
Applause
Syn FX Loop
Loop 1
Loop 2
Loop 3
Loop 4
Loop 5
Loop 6
Loop 7
R8 Click
Metronome 1
Metronome 2
MC500 Beep 1
MC500 Beep 2
Low Saw
Low Saw inv
Low P5 Saw
Low Pulse 1
Low Pulse 2
Low Square
Low Sine
Low Triangle
Low White NZ
Low Pink NZ
DC
REV Orch.Hit
REV TeknoHit
REV Back Hit
REV PhillHit
REV Steel DR
REV Tin Wave
REV AmbiSNpL
REV AmbiSNpR
REV AmbiSNfL
REV AmbiSNfR
REV Wet SNpL
REV Wet SNpR
REV Wet SNfL
901
902
903
904
905
906
907
908
909
910
911
912
913
914
915
916
917
918
919
920
921
922
923
924
925
926
927
928
929
930
931
932
933
934
935
936
937
938
939
940
941
942
943
944
945
946
947
948
949
950
951
952
953
954
955
956
957
958
959
960
961
962
963
964
965
966
967
968
969
970
971
972
973
974
975
REV Wet SNfR
REV Dry SN
REV PiccloSN
REV Maple SN
REV OldFilSN
REV 70s SN
REV SN Roll
REV NatrlSN1
REV NatrlSN2
REV BalladSN
REV RkSNpL
REV RkSNpR
REV RkSNmfL
REV RkSNmfR
REV RkSNfL
REV RkSNfR
REV RkRimpL
REV RkRimpR
REV RkRimmfL
REV RkRimmfR
REV RkRimfL
REV RkRimfR
REV RkGstL
REV RkGstR
REV SnareGst
REV JzSNpL
REV JzSNpR
REV JzSNmfL
REV JzSNmfR
REV JzSNfL
REV JzSNfR
REV JzSNffL
REV JzSNffR
REV JzRimpL
REV JzRimpR
REV JzRimmfL
REV JzRimmfR
REV JzRimfL
REV JzRimfR
REV JzRimffL
REV JzRimffR
REV Brush 1
REV Brush 2
REV Brush 3
REV JzSwish1
REV JzSwish2
REV 909 SN 1
REV 909 SN 2
REV RkRoll L
REV RkRoll R
REV JzRoll
REV Dry Stk
REV DrySick
REV Side Stk
REV Wdy Stk
REV RkStk1L
REV RkStk1R
REV RkStk2L
REV RkStk2R
REV Thrill
REV Dry Kick
REV Mpl Kick
REV RkKik p
REV RkKik mf
REV RkKik f
REV JzKik p
REV JzKik mf
REV JzKik f
REV Jaz Kick
REV Pillow K
REV Jz Dry K
REV LiteKick
REV Old Kick
REV Hybrid K
REV HybridK2
976
977
978
979
980
981
982
983
984
985
986
987
988
989
990
991
992
993
994
995
996
997
998
999
1000
1001
1002
1003
1004
1005
1006
1007
1008
1009
1010
1011
1012
1013
1014
1015
1016
1017
1018
1019
1020
1021
1022
1023
1024
1025
1026
1027
1028
1029
1030
1031
1032
1033
1034
1035
1036
1037
1038
1039
1040
1041
1042
1043
1044
1045
1046
1047
1048
1049
1050
REV 70s K 1
REV 70s K 2
REV Dance K
REV 909 K 2
REV RkTomL1p
REV RkTomL2p
REV RkTomM p
REV RkTomH p
REV RkTomL1f
REV RkTomL2f
REV RkTomM f
REV RkTomH f
REV RkFlmL1
REV RkFlmL2
REV RkFlm M
REV RkFlm H
REV JzTomL p
REV JzTomM p
REV JzTomH p
REV JzTomL f
REV JzTomM f
REV JzTomH f
REV JzFlm L
REV JzFlm M
REV JzFlm H
REV MplTom2
REV MplTom4
REV 808Tom
REV VerbTomH
REV VerbTomL
REV DryTom H
REV DryTom M
REV RkClH1 p
REV RkClH1mf
REV RkClH1 f
REV RkClH2 p
REV RkClH2mf
REV RkClH2 f
REV JzClH1 p
REV JzClH1mf
REV JzClH1 f
REV JzClH2 p
REV JzClH2mf
REV JzClH2 f
REV Cl HH 1
REV Cl HH 2
REV Cl HH 3
REV Cl HH 4
REV Cl HH 5
REV RkOpHH p
REV RkOpHH f
REV JzOpHH p
REV JzOpHHmf
REV JzOpHH f
REV Op HiHat
REV OpHiHat2
REV RkPdHH p
REV RkPdHH f
REV JzPdHH p
REV JzPdHH f
REV PedalHH
REV PedalHH2
REV Dance HH
REV 70s ClHH
REV 70s OpHH
REV 606 ClHH
REV 606 OpHH
REV 909 NZHH
REV 909 OpHH
REV HClapsEQ
REV TghtClps
REV FingSnap
REV RealCLP
REV RkRCym1p
REV RkRCym1f
1051
1052
1053
1054
1055
1056
1057
1058
1059
1060
1061
1062
1063
1064
1065
1066
1067
1068
1069
1070
1071
1072
1073
1074
1075
1076
1077
1078
1079
1080
1081
1082
1083
REV RkRCym2p
REV RkRCym2f
REV JzRCym p
REV JzRCymmf
REV JzRCym f
REV Ride 1
REV Ride 2
REV RideBell
REV RkCCym1p
REV RkCCym1f
REV RkCCym2p
REV RkCCym2f
REV RkSplash
REV JzCCym p
REV JzCCym f
REV CrashCym
REV Crash 1
REV RkChina
REV China
REV Cowbell
REV WoodBlck
REV Claves
REV Conga
REV Timbale
REV Maracas
REV Guiro
REV Tamb 1
REV Tamb 2
REV Cuica
REV Timpani
REV Timp3 pp
REV Timp3 mp
REV Metro
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Patch List
No. Name
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
022
023
024
025
026
027
028
029
030
031
032
033
034
035
036
037
038
039
040
041
042
043
044
045
046
047
048
049
050
051
052
053
054
055
056
057
058
059
060
061
062
063
064
Voice Key Assign
Rhodes Trem
Hydrogen
Groovedigger
Miasma
Thick Steel
Hold A Chord
Aftertouchin
Talking Box
GenerationXV
Ionizer
Piano+AirPad
Wurly Gum
Voxfuzz Klav
Soaring Hrns
Ambi Voices
Solo SoprSax
Lunar Strngs
BrushingSaw1
R&Ballad Mix
Xtremities
Fat Strings
Throbulax
GlobalWarmup
Vortex
Sub Zero
Rhythm Sync
OvertoneScan
20.000 miles
Chordbender
Atlantis
Buster Bass
Two+Ensemble
Enchanted XV
Double Helix
Blue Mutes
Wedding Mass
Grounded Bs
Vocovox Wave
Lead 4x Vlns
PhazeWahClav
Digibell Pad
Rocker Org
Pianomonics
Plug n' Play
Crying Solo
Grand XV
LookMaNoFret
TB Squelch
Henry VIII
Reel Slam
SwellEnsembl
Amped Wurlie
NewR&RBrass
Triumph Brs
McThrob
Soaring Sqr
Over the top
Power Stack
Contemplate
Rholitzer
Chime Bells
IslandSpirit
Distorted B
Double Steel
2
4
4
1
4
6
4
3
4
4
5
2
4
6
8
1
4
8
6
4
3
2
4
4
4
1
4
5
4
5
2
5
3
4
2
5
2
1
4
6
4
6
4
2
2
4
3
2
8
4
4
3
8
3
2
4
2
3
2
3
4
3
1
8
POLY
POLY
POLY
POLY
POLY
POLY
POLY
MONO
POLY
POLY
POLY
POLY
POLY
POLY
POLY
MONO
POLY
POLY
POLY
MONO
POLY
POLY
POLY
POLY
MONO
POLY
POLY
MONO
POLY
POLY
MONO
POLY
MONO
POLY
POLY
POLY
MONO
MONO
POLY
POLY
POLY
POLY
POLY
POLY
POLY
POLY
MONO
POLY
POLY
POLY
POLY
POLY
POLY
POLY
POLY
MONO
MONO
POLY
POLY
POLY
POLY
POLY
POLY
POLY
PA (Preset A Group)
No. Name
065
066
067
068
069
070
071
072
073
074
075
076
077
078
079
080
081
082
083
084
085
086
087
088
089
090
091
092
093
094
095
096
097
098
099
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
128
Voice Key Assign
COSM Searing
XV Upright
Muscle Bass
Brassy Symph
BiggieBrass2
Peking Opera
5th Element
MetaXV
Traffic Pad
5ths in 4ths
Trance Fair
Spectre
Borealis
Cutting X
Blues Harp
Brash Bass
Saw Grits
LegatoJupitr
Tape Orch
FatSynBrass
UltraSmooth
Spread Pad
West End Bs
Phunky DC
Valve Job
BatonStrings
ClassicJPpad
VeloClikOrgn
Soft Nylon
Swell Strat
Tap Bass
Ticker Bass
VoyagerBrass
Swingin'Bari
Bend a Chord
Flyin' High
Try this!
Tekno Pizz
Complex Echo
BadJuju
Silk Road
2.2 Strings
Brite Vox 1
MinorIncidnt
SparklePiano
Fat Rhodes
Verby Organ
Prelude
BoutiqueSine
Froggy Bass
Digisquelch
Galactic
Generator
Funky Tube
Dream 2002
11th Space
Etheraaahl
Tape Q
EastrnEurope
TempoMadness
Phaser Dyno
8VCO MonoSyn
TechnoSurf 1
Cold Roadz
3
1
2
4
5
7
4
8
4
4
8
4
4
4
2
2
1
1
4
4
2
2
5
2
4
3
2
2
4
1
1
4
3
3
4
3
2
1
1
7
4
5
4
4
6
3
2
4
1
1
4
8
4
1
3
7
2
4
3
4
3
8
2
4
MONO
POLY
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Voice Key Assign
64voicePiano
Bright Piano
Classique
Nice Piano
Piano Thang
Power Grand
House Piano
E.Grand
MIDIed Grand
Piano Blend
West Coast
PianoStrings
Bs/Pno+Brs
Waterhodes
S.A.E.P.
SA Rhodes 1
SA Rhodes 2
Stiky Rhodes
Dig Rhodes
Nylon EPiano
Nylon Rhodes
Rhodes Mix
PsychoRhodes
Tremo Rhodes
MK-80 Rhodes
MK-80 Phaser
Delicate EP
Octa Rhodes1
Octa Rhodes2
JV Rhodes+
EP+Mod Pad
Mr.Mellow
Comp Clav
Klavinet
Winger Clav
Phaze Clav 1
Phaze Clav 2
Phuzz Clav
Chorus Clav
Claviduck
Velo-Rez Clv
Clavicembalo
Analog Clav1
Analog Clav2
Metal Clav
Full Stops
Ballad B
Mellow Bars
AugerMentive
Perky B
The Big Spin
Gospel Spin
Roller Spin
Rocker Spin
Tone Wh.Solo
Purple Spin
60's LeadORG
Assalt Organ
D-50 Organ
Cathedral
Church Pipes
Poly Key
Poly Saws
Poly Pulse
1
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Voice Key Assign
Dual Profs
Saw Mass
Poly Split
Poly Brass
Stackoid
Poly Rock
D-50 Stack
Fantasia JV
Jimmee Dee
Heavenals
Mallet Pad
Huff N Stuff
Puff 1080
BellVox 1080
Fantasy Vox
Square Keys
Childlike
Music Box
Toy Box
Wave Bells
Tria Bells
Beauty Bells
Music Bells
Pretty Bells
Pulse Key
Wide Tubular
AmbienceVibe
Warm Vibes
Dyna Marimba
Bass Marimba
Nomad Perc
Ethno Metals
Islands Mlt
Steelin Keys
Steel Drums
Voicey Pizz
Sitar
Drone Split
Ethnopluck
Jamisen
Dulcimer
East Melody
MandolinTrem
Nylon Gtr
Gtr Strings
Steel Away
Heavenly Gtr
12str Gtr 1
12str Gtr 2
Jz Gtr Hall
LetterFrmPat
Jazz Scat
Lounge Gig
JC Strat
Twin Strats
JV Strat
Syn Strat
Rotary Gtr
Muted Gtr
SwitchOnMute
Power Trip
Crunch Split
Rezodrive
RockYurSocks
3
4
4
3
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4
4
4
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Patch List
PB (Preset B Group)
No. Name
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063
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Voice Key Assign
Dist Gtr 1
Dist Gtr 2
R&R Chunk
Phripphuzz
Grungeroni
Black Widow
Velo-Wah Gtr
Mod-Wah Gtr
Pick Bass
Hip Bass
Perc.Bass
Homey Bass
Finger Bass
Nylon Bass
Ac.Upright
Wet Fretls
Fretls Dry
Slap Bass 1
Slap Bass 2
Slap Bass 3
Slap Bass 4
4 Pole Bass
Tick Bass
House Bass
Mondo Bass
Clk AnalogBs
Bass In Face
101 Bass
Noiz Bass
Super Jup Bs
Occitan Bass
Hugo Bass
Multi Bass
Moist Bass
BritelowBass
Untamed Bass
Rubber Bass
Stereoww Bs
Wonder Bass
Deep Bass
Super JX Bs
W<RED>-Bass
HI-Ring Bass
Euro Bass
SinusoidRave
Alternative
Acid Line
Auto TB-303
Hihat Tekno
Velo Tekno 1
Raggatronic
Blade Racer
S&H Pad
Syncrosonix
Fooled Again
Alive
Velo Tekno 2
Rezoid
Raverborg
Blow Hit
Hammer Bell
Seq Mallet
Intentions
Pick It
3
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4
1
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PC (Preset C Group)
No. Name
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067
068
069
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071
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076
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081
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Voice Key Assign
Analog Seq
Impact Vox
TeknoSoloVox
X-Mod Man
Paz <==> Zap
4 Hits 4 You
Impact
Phase Hit
Tekno Hit 1
Tekno Hit 2
Tekno Hit 3
Reverse Hit
SquareLead 1
SquareLead 2
You and Luck
Belly Lead
WhistlinAtom
Edye Boost
MG Solo
FXM Saw Lead
Sawteeth
Smoothe
MG Lead
MG Interval
Pulse Lead 1
Pulse Lead 2
Little Devil
Loud SynLead
Analog Lead
5th Lead
Flute
Piccolo
VOX Flute
Air Lead
Pan Pipes
Airplaaane
Taj Mahal
Raya Shaku
Oboe mf
Oboe Express
Clarinet mp
ClariExpress
Mitzva Split
ChamberWinds
ChamberWoods
Film Orch
Sop.Sax mf
Alto Sax
AltoLead Sax
Tenor Sax
Baritone Sax
Take A Tenor
Sax Section
Bigband Sax
Harmonica
Harmo Blues
BluesHarp
Hillbillys
French Bags
Majestic Tpt
Voluntare
2Trumpets
Tpt Sect
Mute TP mod
2
4
2
2
1
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2
2
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2
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Voice Key Assign
Harmon Mute
Tp&Sax Sect
Sax+Tp+Tb
Brass Sect
Trombone
Hybrid Bones
Noble Horns
Massed Horns
Horn Swell
Brass It!
Brass Attack
Archimede
Rugby Horn
MKS-80 Brass
True ANALOG
Dark Vox
RandomVowels
Angels Sing
Pvox Oooze
Longing...
Arasian Morn
Beauty Vox
Mary-AnneVox
Belltree Vox
Vox Panner
Spaced Voxx
Glass Voices
Tubular Vox
Velo Voxx
Wavox
Doos
Synvox Comps
Vocal Oohz
LFO Vox
St.Strings
Warm Strings
Somber Str
Marcato
Bright Str
String Ens
TremoloStrng
Chambers
ViolinCello
Symphonique
Film Octaves
Film Layers
Bass Pizz
Real Pizz
Harp On It
Harp
JP-8 Str 1
JP-8 Str 2
E-Motion Pad
JP-8 Str 3
Vintage Orch
JUNO Strings
Gigantalog
PWM Strings
Warmth
ORBit Pad
Deep Strings
Pulsify
Pulse Pad
Greek Power
1
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3
4
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4
3
4
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3
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2
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No. Name
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066
067
068
069
070
071
072
073
074
075
076
077
078
079
080
081
082
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084
085
086
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124
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Voice Key Assign
Harmonicum
D-50 Heaven
Afro Horns
Pop Pad
Dreamesque
Square Pad
JP-8 Hollow
JP-8Haunting
Heirborne
Hush Pad
Jet Pad 1
Jet Pad 2
Phaze Pad
Phaze Str
Jet Str Ens
Pivotal Pad
3D Flanged
Fantawine
Glassy Pad
Moving Glass
Glasswaves
Shiny Pad
ShiftedGlass
Chime Pad
Spin Pad
Rotary Pad
Dawn 2 Dusk
Aurora
Strobe Mode
Albion
Running Pad
Stepped Pad
Random Pad
SoundtrkDANC
Flying Waltz
Vanishing
5th Sweep
Phazweep
Big BPF
MG Sweep
CeremonyTimp
Dyno Toms
Sands ofTime
Inertia
Vektogram
Crash Pad
Feedback VOX
Cascade
Shattered
NextFrontier
Pure Tibet
Chime Wash
Night Shade
Tortured
Dissimilate
Dunes
Ocean Floor
Cyber Space
Biosphere
Variable Run
Ice Hall
ComputerRoom
Inverted
Terminate
2
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3
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4
4
4
4
4
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3
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1
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No. Name
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002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
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015
016
017
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019
020
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045
046
047
048
049
050
051
052
053
054
055
056
057
058
059
060
061
062
063
064
Voice Key Assign
Echo Piano
Upright Pno
RD-1000
Player's EP
D-50 Rhodes
Innocent EP
Echo Rhodes
See-Thru EP
FM BellPiano
Ring E.Piano
Soap Opera
Dirty Organ
Surf's Up!
Organesque
pp Harmonium
PieceOfCheez
Harpsy Clav
Exotic Velo
HolidayCheer
Morning Lite
Prefab Chime
Belfry Chime
Stacc.Heaven
2.2 Bell Pad
Far East
Wire Pad
PhaseBlipper
Sweep Clav
Glider
Solo Steel
DesertCrystl
Clear Guitar
Solo Strat
Feed Me!
Tube Smoke
Creamy
Blusey OD
Grindstone
OD 5ths
East Europe
Dulcitar
Atmos Harp
Pilgrimage
202 Rude Bs
2pole Bass
4pole Bass
Phaser MC
Miniphaser
Acid TB
Full Orchest
Str + Winds
Flute 2080
Scat Flute
Sax Choir
Ballad Trump
Sm.Brass Grp
Royale
Brass Mutes
Breathy Brs
3 Osc Brass
P5 Polymod
Triumph Brs
Techno Dream
Organizer
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4
3
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No. Name
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072
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Civilization
Mental Chord
House Chord
Sequalog
Booster Bips
VintagePlunk
Plik-Plok
RingSequence
Cyber Swing
Keep :-)
Resojuice
B'on d'moov!
Dist TB-303
Temple of JV
Planet Asia
Afterlife
Trancing Pad
Pulsatronic
Cyber Dreams
Warm Pipe
Pure Pipe
SH-2000
X..? Whistle
Jay Vee Solo
Progresso Ld
Adrenaline
Enlighten
Glass Blower
Earth Blow
JX SqrCarpet
Dimensional
Jupiterings
Analog Drama
Rich Dynapad
Silky Way
Gluey Pad
BandPass Mod
Soundtraque
Translucence
Darkshine
D'light
December Sky
Octapad
JUNO Power!
Spectrum Mod
Stringsheen
GR500 TmpDly
Mod DirtyWav
Silicon Str
D50FantaPerc
Rotodreams
Blue Notes
RiversOfTime
Phobos
2 0 8 0
Unearthly
Glistening
Sci-Fi Str
Shadows
Helium Queen
Sci-Fi FX x4
Perky Noize
Droplet
Rain Forest
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Voice Key Assign
Grand XV
Contemplate
Rock Piano
RockPiano Ch
Pianomonics
Piano+SftPad
WarmVoxPiano
Y2K Concerto
Piano+AirPad
ChoraLeader
SparklePiano
Retro Rhodes
Fat Rhodes
Rhodes Trem
Phaser Dyno
Hit Rhodes
Sweet Tynes
Pluk Rhodes
Rhodes Trip
AmbiRhodes
Rholitzer
Wurlie
FM Delight
Cutter Clav
Mute Clav D6
PhazeWahClav
St.Harpsichd
3PartInventn
Soft Perky
Fullness
Paleface 1
Paleface 2
Soft B
British B
Rocker Org
Split B
PercInterval
Happy 60s
96 Years
Glory Us Rok
Church Harmn
Cathdr Harmn
Morph Pad
Air Pad
Soft Padding
Warmth Pad
ClassicJPpad
Jupiter Str
Fat Pad
GR700 Pad
Paradise
Moonchimes
SusPed Swap
PhasingPad
Ethereal Str
Velcropad
NothrnLights
Sun Dive
Brite Vox 1
Brite Vox 2
Ooh)Aah Mod
Vocals: Ooh
Vocals: Scat
Vocals: Boys
4
2
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3
4
4
4
8
5
8
6
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3
2
3
3
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2
4
3
2
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3
6
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6
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4
5
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069
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Voice Key Assign
St. Choir
SampleThe80s
Sacred Tree
VP330 OctEko
XV Strings
Fat Strings
Dolce p/m/f
Sad Strings
Lush Strings
Strings4Film
Marcato Str
End Titles
ChmbrQuartet
ChamberSect.
FullChmbrStr
Tape Strings
Henry VIII
Prelude
Str&Brs Orch
Hornz
TudorFanfare
ChamberPlyrs
Flute/Clari
Orch Reeds
Dual Flutes
Jazzer Flute
LegatoBamboo
Ambience Flt
The Andes
Deja Vlute
Simply Brass
FullSt Brass
Dragnet
NewR&RBrass
Tower Trumps
BigBrassBand
Lil'BigHornz
VoyagerBrass
Symph Horns
Trombone Atm
XV Trombone
XV Trumpet
JupiterHorns
Solo SoprSax
Solo AltoSax
XV DynoTenor
Honker Bari
Full Saxz
Soaring Hrns
Glass Orbit
5th Atm /Aft
Lo-fi Sweep
Modular Life
Oscillations
Combing
Rolling 5ths
Analogue Str
Lunar Strngs
BPFsweep Mod
Queen V
SkinnyBounce
SquareBounce
Galactic
Powerwiggle
4
2
2
2
3
3
6
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4
6
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4
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Appendices
PD (Preset D Group)
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Patch List
PF (Preset F Group)
No. Name
001
002
003
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005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
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045
046
047
048
049
050
051
052
053
054
055
056
057
058
059
060
061
062
063
064
VoiceKey Assign
80s Retrosyn
Power Stack
Don't Jump
Big Bubbles
X-mod Sweep
Bag O' Bones
AirSoThin
Analogical
Waspy Pulse
Soaring Saws
Square Roots
BOG
Talking Box
Retro Lead
LivingInSync
Leads United
Dirty Sync
DistortaSync
Blistering
Guttural
Flyin' High
Soft Tooth
Soaring Sqr
Soaring Sync
Nasal Spray
Lamb Lead
Creamer
Sine System
Soft Nylon
Nylozzicato
Mutezzicato
Hybrid Nylon
XV SteelGt 1
XV SteelGt 2
Comp'Steel
Double Steel
Folk Guitar
SpanishNight
Plug n' Play
Fab 4 Guitar
Searing Lead
Punker
LouderPlease
XV Upright
XV Ac.Bass
LookMaNoFret
XV Fretless
Basic F'less
8-str F'less
Tap Bass
Pop Bass
P.Bs Chorus
TremCho Bs
Creamy Bass
Buster Bass
TB Squelch
Ticker Bass
Muscle Bass
Grounded Bs
West End Bs
Snap Bass
700 Bassboy
8VCO MonoSyn
ResoMoist Bs
2
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PG (Preset G Group)
No. Name
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067
068
069
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071
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VoiceKey Assign
Kickin' Bass
Sub Zero
Liquid Bass
Hefty Bass
Severe Ow Bs
Chime Bells
Celestabox
Brass Tubes
Dreams East
Synergistic
Andreas Cave
AmbiPizza
Voxy Nylon
EastrnEurope
Celtic Harp
Reso Sitar
The Ganges
MountainFolk
Byzantine
AsiaPlectrum
VelHarp)Harm
Pluckaphone
Slap Timps
Suite Combo
Jet Voxs
Dirty Hit
MOVE!
Reel Slam
OffTheRecord
2ndRateChord
RageInYouth
MinorIncidnt
Phunky DC
Agent X
Winky
Looney 2nz
Shortrave
DeeperBeeper
Percolator
Filter Morph
Choir Bounce
Rippling
SteppingPhsr
Trance Fair
GermanBounce
Acid JaZZ
Cutter>ModWh
Blades
Mad Bender
Shapeshifter
ForestMoon
Predator 2
Dark Side
The Beast
X-mod Reso
Planet Meta
Nexus
Halographix
Moon Rise
Gruvacious
Windy Dunes
Ice Blasts
Ringy Thingy
Atmospherics
2
4
2
2
4
4
1
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3
2
4
5
3
3
2
2
3
2
4
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063
064
VoiceKey Assign
Power Octs
WaterPiano2
Swimming EP
XV Crystal
Cold Roadz
Backrhodes
Amped Wurlie
Dirty Wurlie
Musicbox XV
Klubb Organ
Drew's Bee
Velvet Organ
Distorted B
Radikal B
Boogie Organ
Mood Ringz
Wedo-Wodo
S.O.S.trings
Syncronicity
DanceMachina
Vox Chopper
SlicingSyVox
PressureDome
Quasar /Aft
Ionizer
MilleniumStr
Bounce Baby!
Bounce Daddy
Bounce Mama!
Bounce Noize
What a Gate!
Mini Sequenz
Slice & Dice
BrushingSaw1
BrushingSaw2
Cultivate
5080 Random
XV Stepping
India Garden
Belly Pad
Spectre
SoaringHrns2
Sabbath Day
XV BlowPad
White Arcade
Borealis
OvertoneScan
Whisper Vox
Jupiter 21
Filt Strings
HybStringsXV
Soft Symphny
Wood Symphny
HybOrchestra
Brassy Symph
Biggie Brass
BiggieBrass2
LA Sax's
Wind Wood
Lonely Oboe
Harmonica XV
Tooters Lead
Digi Phased
Synth Ethics
6
3
8
4
4
3
3
4
3
2
3
2
1
1
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4
4
4
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4
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4
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8
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4
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065
066
067
068
069
070
071
072
073
074
075
076
077
078
079
080
081
082
083
084
085
086
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095
096
097
098
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109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
VoiceKey Assign
Harm is Fine
D-2000
Ackward East
Powersoaker
Mean Thing
Jet Sync
Crying Solo
Southern Fry
Strum Distrt
Match Drive
Stacked
2-Stack Over
COSM Searing
COSM Loud Gt
Blue Mutes
Metal 5150
Crunch Phase
Alt Dist Gtr
So nice!
Punch Bass
COSM Bass
Stream Bell
Shuffle Bell
Echo Vibe
Tremolo Vibe
True Vibe
Marimbula
Hit Bitz
80s LoFi Hit
Auto Chord
3rdTeenChord
Bend a Chord
DiscreteChrd
Ambi Voices
Say Yeah !
Xcuse me
5ths in 4ths
Pretty Ugly
Con Sequence
BermudaShort
Saw n' 202
Technoheadz
Boss'd Synth
Cross Fire
Techno Cave
Generator
GenderBender
Xtremities
AM 05:59
Happy Brass
Runaway Rez
Dropplets
Indian Guru
Cosmic Rain
Trying Winds
Space Whiz
DigitalDrone
Space Race
Bowed Bell
X-Tension
DUB!!!
Dream Diver
Flashback
St.LoFiNoise
3
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4
4
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2
2
2
2
3
3
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3
3
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3
2
2
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Patch List
PH (Preset H Group)
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
022
023
024
025
026
027
028
029
030
031
032
033
034
035
036
037
038
039
040
041
042
043
044
045
046
047
048
049
050
051
052
053
054
055
056
057
058
059
060
061
062
063
064
Voice Key Assign
Hall Grand
Warm pF Mix
R&Ballad Mix
PingE Piano
Hybrid EP
Wurly Gum
Wurli World
Voxfuzz Klav
Light Keys
Digibell Pad
IslandSpirit
Ambient Wood
VeloClikOrgn
Verby Organ
Wedding Mass
Blues Harp
Thick Steel
SteelRelease
Two+Ensemble
Harmless
Swell Strat
StratSeq'nce
Cutting X
Hurtin'Tubes
Stringless
Stick Chopz
Fundamental
Brash Bass
ChamberQrt.1
Lead 4x Vlns
BatonStrings
UltraSmooth
Hold A Chord
My Orchestra
SwellEnsembl
Valve Job
T8 Brass
FatSynBrass
Ambient Sax
Swingin'Bari
Saw Grits
JD Multi Ld
Over the top
Try this!
BoutiqueSine
Drifter
Enchanted XV
Water Tubes
Waterfront
Peking Opera
LegatoJupitr
Atlantis
LF Comb Hit
Backspinner
Tape Q
Technogrunge
Chordbender
Dance Zipper
5th Element
Fuzzy Logic
Sproing
McThrob
Space Bassed
Vocovox Wave
2
6
6
2
3
2
3
4
3
4
3
2
2
2
5
2
4
4
5
2
1
4
4
3
4
4
3
2
4
4
3
2
6
4
4
4
3
4
4
3
1
1
2
2
1
6
3
6
5
7
1
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4
5
4
3
4
4
4
2
2
2
4
1
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066
067
068
069
070
071
072
073
074
075
076
077
078
079
080
081
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083
084
085
086
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090
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092
093
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098
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109
110
111
112
113
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119
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121
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123
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Voice Key Assign
Froggy Bass
Tape Orch
Tekno Pizz
TechnoSurf 1
TechnoSurf 2
Double Helix
Rhythm Sync
TMT Scanner
Complex Echo
Groovedigger
20.000 miles
Vortex
[email protected]
XVoCode
Auto Riff
Digisquelch
TripTheAlarm
Aftertouchin
Throbulax
KeysEnsemble
Cheepy Synth
Funky Tube
Hydrogen
Promenade
Ray Tracer
Skinny
Dream 2002
DrawbarHeavn
Lo-fiBellPad
GemniStrings
Down2Earth
Silk Road
Mr.Swirly
MetaXV
FloatingVox
Spread Pad
Aliastrings
GlobalWarmup
2.2 Strings
Aftermath
11th Space
Cloud 9
Traffic Pad
Nanolog Pad
Etheraaahl
Pipe Dream
Cairo lead
Lochscapes
Celtic Song
Blown Str.
Mind Games
BadJuju
Eleanor
RadioHymn
Miasma
SubmarinBand
I Will Lead
LatheOfHeavn
CrystalGlass
Upwind Glata
Thor's Drums
TempoMadness
GenerationXV
Wedding Gig
1
4
1
2
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4
1
4
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4
5
4
4
4
2
4
4
4
2
6
2
1
4
3
2
2
3
4
4
5
7
4
4
8
3
2
4
4
5
4
7
5
4
4
2
4
3
2
4
2
4
7
2
3
1
7
8
8
1
4
4
4
4
4
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MONO
POLY
MONO
POLY
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MONO
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Appendices
No. Name
Voice: number of voice
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Patch List
GM (GM2 Group)
No. Name
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
022
023
024
025
026
027
028
029
030
031
032
033
034
035
036
037
038
039
040
041
042
043
044
045
046
047
048
049
050
051
052
053
054
055
056
057
058
059
060
061
062
063
064
Piano 1
Piano 1w
European Pf
Piano 2
Piano 2w
Piano 3
Piano 3w
Honky-tonk
Honky-tonk 2
E.Piano 1
St.Soft EP
FM+SA EP
Wurly
E.Piano 2
Detuned EP 2
St.FM EP
EP Legend
EP Phase
Harpsichord
Coupled Hps.
Harpsi.w
Harpsi.o
Clav.
Pulse Clav
Celesta
Glockenspiel
Music Box
Vibraphone
Vibraphone w
Marimba
Marimba w
Xylophone
Tubular-bell
Church Bell
Carillon
Santur
Organ 1
Trem. Organ
60's Organ 1
70's E.Organ
Organ 2
Chorus Or.2
Perc. Organ
Organ 3
Church Org.1
Church Org.2
Church Org.3
Reed Organ
Puff Organ
Accordion Fr
Accordion It
Harmonica
Bandoneon
Nylon-str.Gt
Ukulele
Nylon Gt.o
Nylon Gt.2
Steel-str.Gt
12-str.Gt
Mandolin
Steel + Body
Jazz Gt.
Pedal Steel
Clean Gt.
Voice
LSB
4
2
1
4
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
0
1
2
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
2
3
0
1
2
3
4
0
1
2
3
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
2
0
0
1
2
3
0
1
2
0
0
1
2
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
2
3
0
1
2
3
0
1
0
PC
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
No. Name
065
066
067
068
069
070
071
072
073
074
075
076
077
078
079
080
081
082
083
084
085
086
087
088
089
090
091
092
093
094
095
096
097
098
099
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
128
Voice: number of voice
146
Voice
Chorus Gt.
Mid Tone GTR
Muted Gt.
Funk Pop
Funk Gt.2
Jazz Man
Overdrive Gt
Guitar Pinch
DistortionGt
Feedback Gt.
Dist Rtm GTR
Gt.Harmonics
Gt. Feedback
Acoustic Bs.
Fingered Bs.
Finger Slap
Picked Bass
Fretless Bs.
Slap Bass 1
Slap Bass 2
Synth Bass 1
SynthBass101
Acid Bass
Clavi Bass
Hammer
Synth Bass 2
Beef FM Bass
RubberBass 2
Attack Pulse
Violin
Slow Violin
Viola
Cello
Contrabass
Tremolo Str
PizzicatoStr
Harp
Yang Qin
Timpani
Strings
Orchestra
60s Strings
Slow Strings
Syn.Strings1
Syn.Strings3
Syn.Strings2
Choir Aahs
Chorus Aahs
Voice Oohs
Humming
SynVox
Analog Voice
OrchestraHit
Bass Hit
6th Hit
Euro Hit
Trumpet
Dark Trumpet
Trombone
Trombone 2
Bright Tb
Tuba
MutedTrumpet
MuteTrumpet2
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
3
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
LSB
1
2
0
1
2
3
0
1
0
1
2
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
3
4
0
1
2
3
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
2
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
2
3
0
1
0
1
2
0
0
1
PC
29
30
31
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
No. Name
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
Voice
French Horns
Fr.Horn 2
Brass 1
Brass 2
Synth Brass1
Pro Brass
Oct SynBrass
Jump Brass
Synth Brass2
SynBrass sfz
Velo Brass 1
Soprano Sax
Alto Sax
Tenor Sax
Baritone Sax
Oboe
English Horn
Bassoon
Clarinet
Piccolo
Flute
Recorder
Pan Flute
Bottle Blow
Shakuhachi
Whistle
Ocarina
Square Wave
MG Square
2600 Sine
Saw Wave
OB2 Saw
Doctor Solo
Natural Lead
SequencedSaw
Syn.Calliope
Chiffer Lead
Charang
Wire Lead
Solo Vox
5th Saw Wave
Bass & Lead
Delayed Lead
Fantasia
Warm Pad
Sine Pad
Polysynth
Space Voice
Itopia
Bowed Glass
Metal Pad
Halo Pad
Sweep Pad
Ice Rain
Soundtrack
Crystal
Syn Mallet
Atmosphere
Brightness
Goblin
Echo Drops
Echo Bell
Echo Pan
Star Theme
LSB: Bank Select LSB, MSB is all 121
2
2
3
2
2
2
2
3
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
3
3
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
LSB
PC
No. Name
0
1
0
1
0
1
2
3
0
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
0
1
2
3
4
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
2
0
61
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
62
63
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
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
Sitar
Sitar 2
Banjo
Shamisen
Koto
Taisho Koto
Kalimba
Bagpipe
Fiddle
Shanai
Tinkle Bell
Agogo
Steel Drums
Woodblock
Castanets
Taiko
Concert BD
Melo. Tom 1
Melo. Tom 2
Synth Drum
808 Tom
Elec Perc
Reverse Cym.
Gt.FretNoise
Gt.Cut Noise
String Slap
Breath Noise
Fl.Key Click
Seashore
Rain
Thunder
Wind
Stream
Bubble
Bird
Dog
Horse-Gallop
Bird 2
Telephone 1
Telephone 2
DoorCreaking
Door
Scratch
Wind Chimes
Helicopter
Car-Engine
Car-Stop
Car-Pass
Car-Crash
Siren
Train
Jetplane
Starship
Burst Noise
Applause
Laughing
Screaming
Punch
Heart Beat
Footsteps
Gun Shot
Machine Gun
Lasergun
Explosion
PC: Program Change Number
Voice
LSB
PC
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
3
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
2
0
0
1
2
0
1
0
1
2
3
4
5
0
1
2
3
0
1
2
3
4
5
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
1
2
3
4
5
0
1
2
3
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
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Rhythm Set List
Note No.
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
C2 36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
C3 48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
C4 60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
C5 72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
C6 84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
C7 96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
001
R&B Kit 1
002
House Kit
003
XV WayHipKit
004
XV Jazz Kit
Dance Kick
Dry Kick
R&B1 SN Roll
Hybrid Kick
R&B1 SN Ghst
Round Kick
R&B 1 PdHH
R&B 1 Kick 2
R&B 1 Kick 1
R&B 1 Stick
R&B 1 SN 1
Snare Ghost
R&B 1 SN 2
R&B 1 Tom L
R&B 1 ClHH 1
Rock Flm L
R&B 1 ClHH 2
R&B 1 Tom M
R&B 1 OpHH
Rock Flm M
R&B 1 Tom H
R&B 1 CrCym1
Rock Flm H
Rock RdCym1
R&B 1 CrCym2
Rock RdCym2
Tambourine 1
Rock CrCym2
Cowbell Lo
Crash 1
Cowbell Hi
Ride Bell
Bongo Hi
Bongo Lo
Cga Mute Hi
Cga Open Hi
Cga Open Lo
Timbale Hi
Timbale Lo
R&B 1 AgBel1
R&B 1 AgBel2
R&B 1 AgBel3
Maracas
606 Cl HiHat
606 Cl HiHat
606 Op HiHat
Long Guiro
Claves
Wood BlockHi
Wood BlockLo
R&B 1 Pizz
R&B 1 Gmlan1
R&B 1 Gmlan2
R&B 1 BtlHit
R&B 1 ThrilL
R&B 1 ThrilH
808 SN
R&B 1 WdBlk
R&B 1 CgSlap
Dry Tom L
Lite Kick
Hybrid Kick2
Old Kick
Pop Voice
Wind Agogo
R&B 1 OpHH
Anklungs
R&B 1 OpHH
Metronome 2
R8 Click
Metronome 1
R&B 1 HClaps
R&B 1 CrCym1
Rock RdCym2
Tambourine 1
Rock CrCym2
House Kick 6
House Kick 5
House ClHH 3
House Kick 4
Reso Stick
House Kick 3
House OpHH 2
House Kick 2
House Kick 1
House Stick
House SN 1
House Claps
House SN 2
House NzTomL
House ClHH 1
808 Tom L
House ClHH 2
House NzTomM
House OpHH
808 Tom M
House NzTomH
House CrCym
808 Tom H
House FbkCym
House SN 3
House FSnaps
House ClHH 4
House Cowbel
House ClHH 5
House WBlock
House OpHH 3
House Claps2
House Cabasa
House WCrak
House VoxNz
House Kick 7
Timp 3
House Bird
House Gun
House FBell
House Rattle
House RvOHit
House Noize1
House Noize2
House BongoL
House BongoH
House Tambrn
House Heart
House CgaSlp
House CgMute
House Tri
House Vibra
House FXLoop
House Aplase
House Chord
House OrcHit
House Spectr
House Train
House StrSip
House Crunch
House Tel2
House Bubble
Bird
House Gun 2
House Metro
House BakHit
House TekHit
House SNRoll
House Loop
R8 Click
Metronome 1
Hand Claps
House Tom2 L
House Tom2 M
House Rim
House Tom2 H
808 Kick
Dry Kick
WHip Sweep
Noisy Kick
WHip RimShot
Hybrid Kick
WHip PdHH
WHip OldKick
WHip 909Kick
WHip Stik
WHip 70s Snr
WHip Clap
WHip Snare
SciHip Tom L
WHip ClHH 1
WHip Tom L
WHip ClHH 2
SciHip Tom M
WHip Op HH
WHip Tom M
SciHip Tom H
Crash Cymbal
WHip Tom H
Rock RdCym 1
Rock CrCym 1
Rock RdCym 2
Tambourine
Rock CrCym 2
LoFiCowbell1
Crash
LoFiCowbell2
Ride Bell
Cga Mute Hi
Cga Mute Lo
LoFi Cga Slp
LoFi Cga Hi
LoFi Cga Lo
El.TimbaleHi
El.TimbaleLo
El.Agogo Hi
El.Agogo Lo
NoisyCabasa1
Nz Blip
Digi Pulse 1
Digi Pulse 2
LoFi Guiro
WHip Noise 1
WHip Noise 2
WHip Noise 3
WHip Noise 4
Digi Tamb. 1
Digi Tamb. 2
Mute Triangl
Open Triangl
NoisyCabasa2
Nz Spectrum
LoFi Block
Rattle Block
Steps
WHip Noise 5
Creak
Bubble
Door Slam
Sci Punch
Noise Fall
WHip Noise 6
WHip Noise 7
Org Click
Metronome 2
R8 Click
Metronome 1
Hand Claps
-----------------
JazzDry Kick
Pillow Kick
Jazz Swish
Hybrid Kick2
Snare Ghost
MplLmtr Kick
Jazz PdHH
JazzDry Kick
Jazz Kick
Dry Stick 2
Jazz SN
Snare Ghost
Jazz Rim
Jazz Tom L
Jazz ClHH1
Jazz Flm L
Jazz ClHH2
Jazz Tom M
Jazz OpHH
Jazz Flm M
Jazz Tom H
Jazz CrCym
Jazz Flm H
Jazz RdCym
Rock RdCym1
Rock RdCym2
Tambourine 1
Crash 1
Cowbell Lo
Crash 2
Cowbell Hi
Ride Bell
Cga Mute Hi
Cga Mute Lo
Cga Slap
Cga Open Hi
Cga Open Lo
Timbale Hi
Timbale Lo
AgogoBellsHi
AgogoBellsLo
Cabasa Up
Maracas
ShortWhistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
WoodBlock Hi
WoodBlock Lo
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
Mute Triangl
Open Triangl
Cabasa Cut
Spectrum
Wind Chimes
Wood Block
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
Lite Kick
Hybrid Kick2
Old Kick
Pop Voice
Wind Agogo
Op HiHat 2
Anklungs
Op HiHat 2
Metronome 2
R8 Click
Metronome 1
Hand Claps
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Rhythm Set List
Note No.
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
C2 36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
C3 48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
C4 60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
C5 72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
C6 84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
C7 96
97
98
99
148
PA (Preset A Group)
PB (Preset B Group)
PC (Preset C Group)
001
PopDrumSet 1
002
PopDrumSet 2
001
PowerDrumSet
002
RaveDrumSet
001
JazzDrumSet2
002
OrchDrumSet
----------------------------Verb Kick
Hybrid Kick
Side Stick
Natural SN2
808 Claps
SN Roll
Verb Tom Lo
Cl HiHat 4
Verb Tom Lo
Cl HiHat 5
Verb Tom Hi
Op HiHat 2
Verb Tom Hi
Verb Tom Hi
Crash 1
Verb Tom Hi
Ride 2
China Cym
Ride Bell
Tambourine 1
Crash 1
Cowbell
Crash 1
Cowbell
Ride Bell
Cga Mute Hi
Cga Mute Lo
Cga Slap
Cga Open Hi
Cga Open Lo
Timbale
Timbale
AgogoBells
AgogoBells
Cabasa Up
Maracas
Soft Pad A
Soft Pad B
Long Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Wood Block
Wood Block
Cuica
Cuica
Open Triangl
Open Triangl
Cabasa Cut
Spectrum
Wind Chimes
Wood Block
Cga Slap
Dry Tom Lo
Lite Kick
Hybrid Kick2
Old Kick
Pop Voice
Wind Agogo
Op HiHat 2
Anklungs
Op HiHat 2
Metronome 2
R8 Click
Metronome 1
-----
----------------------------Hybrid Kick
Round Kick
Dry Stick 2
Piccolo SN
Hand Claps
Piccolo SN
Verb Tom Lo
Cl HiHat 4
Verb Tom Lo
Cl HiHat 5
Verb Tom Hi
Op HiHat 2
Verb Tom Hi
Verb Tom Hi
Crash 1
Verb Tom Hi
Ride 1
China Cym
Ride Bell
Tambourine 1
Crash 1
Cowbell
Crash 1
Cowbell
Ride Bell
Cga Mute Hi
Cga Mute Lo
Cga Slap
Cga Open Hi
Cga Open Lo
Timbale
Timbale
AgogoBells
AgogoBells
Cabasa Up
Maracas
Cabasa Down
Cabasa Cut
808 Kick
808 SN
DIGI Bell 1
808 SN
808 Kick
Spectrum
808 Kick
Spectrum
808 Kick
Spectrum
808 Kick
808 Kick
Feedbackwave
808 Kick
Feedbackwave
Pop Voice
Pop Voice
Wind Agogo
Pop Voice
Wind Agogo
Op HiHat 2
Anklungs
Op HiHat 2
Metronome 2
R8 Click
Metronome 1
-----
----------------------------Verb Kick
Round Kick
Dry Stick 2
Piccolo SN
808 Claps
Natural SN2
Verb Tom Lo
Cl HiHat 4
Verb Tom Lo
Pedal HiHat2
Verb Tom Lo
Op HiHat 2
Verb Tom Lo
Verb Tom Hi
Crash 1
Verb Tom Hi
Ride 1
China Cym
Ride Bell
Tambourine 1
Crash 1
Cowbell
Crash 1
Vibraslap
Ride 1
Bongo Hi
Bongo Lo
Cga Mute Hi
Cga Open Hi
Cga Open Lo
Timbale
Timbale
AgogoBells
AgogoBells
Cabasa Up
Maracas
Soft Pad A
Soft Pad B
Long Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Wood Block
Wood Block
Cuica
Cuica
Open Triangl
Open Triangl
Maracas
Ice Rain
Wind Chimes
Claves
808 SN
Verb Tom Hi
Piccolo SN
Scratch 3
Tin Wave
Spectrum
REV Steel DR
REV Tin Wave
REV PiccloSN
REV Crash 1
Metronome 2
R8 Click
Metronome 1
-----
----------------------------808 Kick
Round Kick
Side Stick
808 SN
808 Claps
808 SN
808 Kick
606 Cl HiHat
Tekno Hit
606 Cl HiHat
808 Kick
606 Op HiHat
Tekno Hit
808 Kick
Crash 1
Tekno Hit
Voice Breath
MC500 Beep 1
MC500 Beep 2
R8 Click
Pizz
DIGI Bell 1
Rattles
Ride Bell
REV Tamb 1
2.2 Vibwave
Low Pink NZ
Kalimba
Metal Wind
Lead Wave
Tin Wave
AgogoBells
Lite Kick
AgogoBells
Lite Kick
AgogoBells
Gtr Harm A
Gtr Harm A
Piano Thump
Natural SN1
Hand Claps
Natural SN1
808 SN
PowerChord B
Hybrid Kick2
PowerChord B
Gt.FretNoise
Banjo B
Slap Bass 1
Oboe mf A
Shakuhachi
Pizz
Syn Vox 1
Voice Aahs A
Voice Oohs2A
Pop Voice
Male Ooh A
Voice Breath
Org Vox C
Vox Noise
Vox Noise
Applause
R8 Click
Metronome 2
-----
----------------------------Round Kick
Old Kick
Side Stick
Ballad SN
Hand Claps
SN Roll
Verb Tom Lo
Cl HiHat 5
Dry Tom Lo
Pedal HiHat2
Verb Tom Lo
Op HiHat 2
Dry Tom Lo
Verb Tom Hi
Crash 1
Dry Tom Hi
Ride 2
China Cym
Ride Bell
Tambourine 1
Crash 1
Cowbell
Crash 1
Vibraslap
Ride 2
Bongo Hi
Bongo Lo
Cga Mute Hi
Cga Open Hi
Cga Open Lo
Timbale
Timbale
AgogoBells
AgogoBells
Cabasa Up
Maracas
Soft Pad A
Brush Swish
Long Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Wood Block
Metronome 2
Cuica
Cuica
Open Triangl
Open Triangl
Cabasa Cut
Spectrum
Wind Chimes
Wood Block
Cga Slap
Dry Tom Lo
Lite Kick
Hybrid Kick2
Old Kick
Natural SN2
Natural SN1
Brush Swish
Brush Roll
Brush Slap
Metronome 2
R8 Click
Metronome 1
-----
----------------------------Old Kick
Round Kick
Side Stick
Ballad SN
808 Claps
SN Roll
Timpani
Timpani
Timpani
Timpani
Timpani
Timpani
Timpani
Timpani
Timpani
Timpani
Timpani
Timpani
Timpani
Tambourine 1
Crash 1
Cowbell
Crash 1
Ride 1
Ride 2
Bongo Hi
Bongo Lo
Cga Mute Hi
Cga Open Hi
Cga Open Lo
Timbale
Timbale
AgogoBells
AgogoBells
Cabasa Up
Maracas
Soft Pad A
Soft Pad B
Long Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Wood Block
Wood Block
Cuica
Cuica
Open Triangl
Open Triangl
Cabasa Cut
Spectrum
Wind Chimes
Wood Block
Cga Slap
Dry Tom Lo
Applause
Hybrid Kick2
Cl HiHat 4
Round Kick
Pedal HiHat2
Natural SN2
Op HiHat 2
Brush Slap
Brush Swish
Brush Roll
SN Roll
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Note No.
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
C2 36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
C3 48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
C4 60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
C5 72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
C6 84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
C7 96
97
98
99
PD (Preset D Group)
PE (Preset E Group)
PF (Preset F Group)
001
PowerDrmSet2
002
PowerRaveSet
001
XV Pop Kit
002
XV Rock Kit
001
XV Jazz Kit
002
XV Rust Kit
----------------------------Verb Kick
Round Kick
Dry Stick 2
Piccolo SN
808 Claps
SN Roll
Verb Tom Lo
Cl HiHat 4
Verb Tom Lo
Pedal HiHat2
Verb Tom Lo
Op HiHat 2
Verb Tom Lo
Verb Tom Hi
Crash 1
Verb Tom Hi
Ride 1
China Cym
Ride Bell
Tambourine 1
Crash 1
Cowbell
Crash 1
Vibraslap
Ride 1
Bongo Hi
Bongo Lo
Cga Mute Hi
Cga Open Hi
Cga Open Lo
Timbale
Timbale
AgogoBells
AgogoBells
Cabasa Up
Maracas
Soft Pad A
Soft Pad B
Long Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Wood Block
Wood Block
Cuica
Cuica
Open Triangl
Open Triangl
Maracas
Ice Rain
Wind Chimes
Claves
808 SN
Verb Tom Hi
Piccolo SN
Scratch 3
Tin Wave
Spectrum
REV Steel DR
REV Tin Wave
REV PiccloSN
REV Crash 1
Metronome 2
R8 Click
Metronome 1
-----
----------------------------Verb Kick
Round Kick
Dry Stick 2
Piccolo SN
808 Claps
Natural SN2
Verb Tom Lo
Cl HiHat 4
Verb Tom Lo
Pedal HiHat2
Verb Tom Lo
Op HiHat 2
Verb Tom Lo
Verb Tom Hi
Crash 1
Verb Tom Hi
Ride 1
China Cym
Ride Bell
Tambourine 1
Crash 1
Cowbell
Crash 1
Vibraslap
Ride 1
Bongo Hi
Bongo Lo
Cga Mute Hi
Cga Open Hi
Cga Open Lo
Timbale
Timbale
AgogoBells
AgogoBells
AgogoBells
Maracas
606 Cl HiHat
606 Cl HiHat
606 Op HiHat
Long Guiro
Claves
Wood Block
Wood Block
Pizz
Syn Vox 1
Voice Aahs A
Voice Oohs2A
Male Ooh A
Ice Rain
808 SN
808 SN
808 SN
Hand Claps
Voice Breath
Scratch 3
Tin Wave
Crash 1
Ride Bell
REV Tin Wave
DIGI Bell 1
Metal Wind
Applause
R8 Click
Metronome 1
-----
Dance Kick
Dry Kick
Rock Roll
Hybrid Kick
Snare Ghost
Round Kick
Rock PdHH
Hybrid Kick2
Old Kick
Side Stick
Wet SN
Snare Ghost
AmbientSN
Maple Tom 3
Rock ClHH2
Rock Flm L2
Rock ClHH1
Maple Tom 2
Rock OpHH
Rock Flm M
Maple Tom 1
Crash Cymbal
Rock Flm H
Rock RdCym1
Crash 1
Rock RdCym2
Tambourine 2
Rock CrCym2
Cowbell Lo
Crash 1
Cowbell Hi
Ride Bell
Cga Mute Hi
Cga Mute Lo
Cga Slap
Cga Open Hi
Cga Open Lo
Timbale Hi
Timbale Lo
AgogoBellsHi
AgogoBellsLo
Cabasa Up
Maracas
ShortWhistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
WoodBlock Hi
WoodBlock Lo
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
Mute Triangl
Open Triangl
Cabasa Cut
Spectrum
Wind Chimes
Wood Block
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
Lite Kick
Hybrid Kick2
Old Kick
Pop Voice
Wind Agogo
Op HiHat 2
Anklungs
Op HiHat 2
Metronome 2
R8 Click
Metronome 1
Hand Claps
Dance Kick
Round Kick
Rock Roll
Jazz Kick
Rock Gst
Verb Kick
Rock PdHH
Maple Kick
Rock Kick
RockStick
Rock SN
Rock Gst
Rock Rim
Rock TomL2
Rock ClHH2
Rock Flm L2
Rock ClHH1
Rock Tom M
Rock OpHH
Rock Flm M
Rock Tom H
Rock CrCym1
Rock Flm H
Rock RdCym1
Rock China
Rock RdCym2
Tambourine 2
Rock CrCym2
Cowbell Lo
Crash 1
Cowbell Hi
Ride Bell
Cga Mute Hi
Cga Mute Lo
Cga Slap
Cga Open Hi
Cga Open Lo
Timbale Hi
Timbale Lo
AgogoBellsHi
AgogoBellsLo
Cabasa Up
Maracas
ShortWhistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
WoodBlock Hi
WoodBlock Lo
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
Mute Triangl
Open Triangl
Cabasa Cut
Spectrum
Wind Chimes
Wood Block
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
Lite Kick
Hybrid Kick2
Old Kick
Pop Voice
Wind Agogo
Op HiHat 2
Anklungs
Op HiHat 2
Metronome 2
R8 Click
Metronome 1
Hand Claps
JazzDry Kick
Pillow Kick
Jazz Swish
Hybrid Kick2
Snare Ghost
MplLmtr Kick
Jazz PdHH
JazzDry Kick
Jazz Kick
Dry Stick 2
Jazz SN
Snare Ghost
Jazz Rim
Jazz Tom L
Jazz ClHH1
Jazz Flm L
Jazz ClHH2
Jazz Tom M
Jazz OpHH
Jazz Flm M
Jazz Tom H
Jazz CrCym
Jazz Flm H
Jazz RdCym
Rock RdCym1
Rock RdCym1
Tambourine 1
Crash 1
Cowbell Lo
Crash 1
Cowbell Hi
Ride Bell
Cga Mute Hi
Cga Mute Lo
Cga Slap
Cga Open Hi
Cga Open Lo
Timbale Hi
Timbale Lo
AgogoBellsHi
AgogoBellsLo
Cabasa Up
Maracas
ShortWhistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
WoodBlock Hi
WoodBlock Lo
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
Mute Triangl
Open Triangl
Cabasa Cut
Spectrum
Wind Chimes
Wood Block
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
Lite Kick
Hybrid Kick2
Old Kick
Pop Voice
Wind Agogo
Op HiHat 2
Anklungs
Op HiHat 2
Metronome 2
R8 Click
Metronome 1
Hand Claps
70s Kick 2
Old Kick
Rock Roll
909 Kick 2
Rock Gst
909 Kick 1
Rock PdHH
808 Kick
Dance Kick
RockStick
Old Fill SN
Rock Gst
Rock SN
Elec.Tom L2
Rock ClHH1
Elec.Tom L1
Rock ClHH2
Elec.Tom M
Rock OpHH
Elec.Tom M
Elec.Tom H
Rock CrCym1
Elec.Tom H
Rock RdCym1
Rock CrCym2
Rock RdCym2
Tambourine 1
Rock Splash
Cowbell
China Cym
Vibraslap
70s Kick 2
70s Kick 1
Dry Stick
70s SN
Finger Snaps
HumanClapsEQ
JD Cowbell
70s Cl HiHat
AgogoBells
70s Cl HiHat
909 NZ HiHat
70s Op HiHat
Cabasa Up
Long Whistle
REV RkOpHH f
Tambourine 2
REV JzOpHH f
Scratch 2
Mute Triangl
909 Cl HiHat
Open Triangl
909 Cl HiHat
Cabasa
909 Op HiHat
Spectrum
Maple Kick
Woody Stick
Maple SN
SN Roll
Maple Tom 3
909 Kick 1
Old Kick
808 Kick
909 SN 2
909 SN 1
808 SN
Dance Kick
REV Timp3
R8 Click
Metronome 2
808 Claps
149
Appendices
Rhythm Set List
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Rhythm Set List
Note No.
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
C2 36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
C3 48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
C4 60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
C5 72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
C6 84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
C7 96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
150
PG (Preset G Group)
PH (Preset H Group)
001
XV WayHipKit
002
XV Bully Kit
001
R&B Kit 1
002
House Kit
808 Kick
Dry Kick
WHip Sweep
Noisy Kick
WHip RimShot
Hybrid Kick
WHip PdHH
WHip OldKick
WHip 909Kick
WHip Stik
WHip 70s Snr
WHip Clap
WHip Snare
SciHip Tom L
WHip ClHH 1
WHip Tom L
WHip ClHH 2
SciHip Tom M
WHip Op HH
WHip Tom M
SciHip Tom H
Crash Cymbal
WHip Tom H
Rock RdCym 1
Rock CrCym 1
Rock RdCym 2
Tambourine
Rock CrCym 2
LoFiCowbell1
Crash
LoFiCowbell2
Ride Bell
Cga Mute Hi
Cga Mute Lo
LoFi Cga Slp
LoFi Cga Hi
LoFi Cga Lo
El.TimbaleHi
El.TimbaleLo
El.Agogo Hi
El.Agogo Lo
NoisyCabasa1
Nz Blip
Digi Pulse 1
Digi Pulse 2
LoFi Guiro
WHip Noise 1
WHip Noise 2
WHip Noise 3
WHip Noise 4
Digi Tamb. 1
Digi Tamb. 2
Mute Triangl
Open Triangl
NoisyCabasa2
Nz Spectrum
LoFi Block
Rattle Block
Steps
WHip Noise 5
Creak
Bubble
Door Slam
Sci Punch
Noise Fall
WHip Noise 6
WHip Noise 7
Org Click
Metronome 2
R8 Click
Metronome 1
Hand Claps
-----------------
808 Kick
Jazz Kick
Jazz Roll
Old Kick
Brush Slap
Hybrid Kick
Bully PdHH
909 Kick 1
909 Kick 2
Woody Stick
909 Snare
808 Claps
808 Snare
Bully Tom L2
Bully ClHH 1
Bully Tom L1
Bully ClHH 2
Bully Tom M
Bully OpHH
Bully Tom M
Bully Tom H
Crash
Bully Tom H
Ride
China Cym
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Crash
Cowbell 1
Cymbal
Cowbell 2
Rock RdCym
LoFi Cga MtH
LoFi Cga MtL
LoFi Cga Slp
LoFi Cga OpH
LoFi Cga OpL
Timbale Hi
Timbale Lo
AgogoBell Hi
AgogoBell Lo
Cabasa Up
Maracas
Noise Stop
Noise Open
Rattles Stop
Rattles
Claves
StrikePole
GtrBody Hit
LoFi Cuica 1
LoFi Cuica 2
Mute Triangl
Open Triangl
Cabasa Cut
Spectrum
Wind Chimes
Steps
GtrString Nz
BreathNoise
REV 909 Kick
REV 909 Snr
Pitch Wind
Oohs Chord L
Metal Wind
909 Op HiHat
SlowAnklungs
Block
Metronome 2
R8 Click
Metronome 1
Hand Claps
-----------------
Dance Kick
Dry Kick
R&B1 SN Roll
Hybrid Kick
R&B1 SN Ghst
Round Kick
R&B 1 PdHH
R&B 1 Kick 2
R&B 1 Kick 1
R&B 1 Stick
R&B 1 SN 1
Snare Ghost
R&B 1 SN 2
R&B 1 Tom L
R&B 1 ClHH 1
Rock Flm L
R&B 1 ClHH 2
R&B 1 Tom M
R&B 1 OpHH
Rock Flm M
R&B 1 Tom H
R&B 1 CrCym1
Rock Flm H
Rock RdCym1
R&B 1 CrCym2
Rock RdCym2
Tambourine 1
Rock CrCym2
Cowbell Lo
Crash 1
Cowbell Hi
Ride Bell
Bongo Hi
Bongo Lo
Cga Mute Hi
Cga Open Hi
Cga Open Lo
Timbale Hi
Timbale Lo
R&B 1 AgBel1
R&B 1 AgBel2
R&B 1 AgBel3
Maracas
606 Cl HiHat
606 Cl HiHat
606 Op HiHat
Long Guiro
Claves
Wood BlockHi
Wood BlockLo
R&B 1 Pizz
R&B 1 Gmlan1
R&B 1 Gmlan2
R&B 1 BtlHit
R&B 1 ThrilL
R&B 1 ThrilH
808 SN
R&B 1 WdBlk
R&B 1 CgSlap
Dry Tom L
Lite Kick
Hybrid Kick2
Old Kick
Pop Voice
Wind Agogo
R&B 1 OpHH
Anklungs
R&B 1 OpHH
Metronome 2
R8 Click
Metronome 1
R&B 1 HClaps
R&B 1 CrCym1
Rock RdCym2
Tambourine 1
Rock CrCym2
House Kick 6
House Kick 5
House ClHH 3
House Kick 4
Reso Stick
House Kick 3
House OpHH 2
House Kick 2
House Kick 1
House Stick
House SN 1
House Claps
House SN 2
House NzTomL
House ClHH 1
808 Tom L
House ClHH 2
House NzTomM
House OpHH
808 Tom M
House NzTomH
House CrCym
808 Tom H
House FbkCym
House SN 3
House FSnaps
House ClHH 4
House Cowbel
House ClHH 5
House WBlock
House OpHH 3
House Claps2
House Cabasa
House WCrak
House VoxNz
House Kick 7
Timp 3
House Bird
House Gun
House FBell
House Rattle
House RvOHit
House Noize1
House Noize2
House BongoL
House BongoH
House Tambrn
House Heart
House CgaSlp
House CgMute
House Tri
House Vibra
House FXLoop
House Aplase
House Chord
House OrcHit
House Spectr
House Train
House StrSip
House Crunch
House Tel2
House Bubble
Bird
House Gun 2
House Metro
House BakHit
House TekHit
House SNRoll
House Loop
R8 Click
Metronome 1
Hand Claps
House Tom2 L
House Tom2 M
House Rim
House Tom2 H
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Rhythm Set List
GM (GM2 Group)
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
C2 36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
C3 48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
C4 60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
C5 72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
C6 84
85
86
87
88
001 (PC: 1)
GM2 STANDARD
002 (PC: 9)
GM2 ROOM
003 (PC: 17)
GM2 POWER
004 (PC: 25)
GM2 ELECTRIC
005 (PC: 26)
GM2 ANALOG
006 (PC: 33)
GM2 JAZZ
High-Q
Slap
ScratchPush
ScratchPull
Sticks
SquareClick
Mtrnm.Click
Mtrnm. Bell
Mix Kick
Standard KK1
Side Stick
Standard SN1
909 HandClap
Elec Snare 3
Real Tom 6
Close HiHat2
Real Tom 6
Pedal HiHat2
Real Tom 4
Open HiHat2
Real Tom 4
Real Tom 1
Crash Cym.1
Real Tom 1
Ride Cymbal
ChinaCymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cym.
Cowbell
Crash Cym.2
Vibraslap
Ride Cymbal
Bongo High
Bongo Lo
Mute H.Conga
Conga Hi Opn
Conga Lo Opn
High Timbale
Low Timbale
Agogo
Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
ShrtWhistle
LongWhistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Woodblock
Woodblock
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
MuteTriangl
OpenTriangl
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
-----
High-Q
Slap
ScratchPush
ScratchPull
Sticks
SquareClick
Mtrnm.Click
Mtrnm. Bell
Mix Kick
Standard KK1
Side Stick
Standard SN1
909 HandClap
Elec Snare 3
Room Tom 5
Close HiHat2
Room Tom 5
Pedal HiHat2
Room Tom 2
Open HiHat2
Room Tom 2
Room Tom 2
Crash Cym.1
Room Tom 2
Ride Cymbal
ChinaCymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cym.
Cowbell
Crash Cym.2
Vibraslap
Ride Cymbal
Bongo High
Bongo Lo
Mute H.Conga
Conga Hi Opn
Conga Lo Opn
High Timbale
Low Timbale
Agogo
Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
ShrtWhistle
LongWhistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Woodblock
Woodblock
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
MuteTriangl
OpenTriangl
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
-----
High-Q
Slap
ScratchPush
ScratchPull
Sticks
SquareClick
Mtrnm.Click
Mtrnm. Bell
Mix Kick
Power Kick1
Side Stick
Dance Snare1
909 HandClap
Elec Snare 3
Rock Tom 4
Close HiHat2
Rock Tom 4
Pedal HiHat2
Rock Tom 4
Open HiHat2
Rock Tom 4
Rock Tom 1
Crash Cym.1
Rock Tom 1
Ride Cymbal
ChinaCymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cym.
Cowbell
Crash Cym.2
Vibraslap
Ride Cymbal
Bongo High
Bongo Lo
Mute H.Conga
Conga Hi Opn
Conga Lo Opn
High Timbale
Low Timbale
Agogo
Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
ShrtWhistle
LongWhistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Woodblock
Woodblock
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
MuteTriangl
OpenTriangl
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
-----
High-Q
Slap
ScratchPush
ScratchPull
Sticks
SquareClick
Mtrnm.Click
Mtrnm. Bell
Mix Kick
Elec Kick 1
Side Stick
Elec. Snare
909 HandClap
Elec Snare 2
Synth Drum 2
Close HiHat2
Synth Drum 2
Pedal HiHat2
Synth Drum 2
Open HiHat2
Synth Drum 2
Synth Drum 2
Crash Cym.1
Synth Drum 2
Ride Cymbal
ReverseCymbl
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cym.
Cowbell
Crash Cym.2
Vibraslap
Ride Cymbal
Bongo High
Bongo Lo
Mute H.Conga
Conga Hi Opn
Conga Lo Opn
High Timbale
Low Timbale
Agogo
Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
ShrtWhistle
LongWhistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Woodblock
Woodblock
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
MuteTriangl
OpenTriangl
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
-----
High-Q
Slap
ScratchPush
ScratchPull
Sticks
SquareClick
Mtrnm.Click
Mtrnm. Bell
Mix Kick
TR-808 Kick
808 Rimshot
808 Snare 1
909 HandClap
Elec Snare 3
808 Tom 2
TR-808 CHH
808 Tom 2
808__chh
808 Tom 2
TR-808 OHH
808 Tom 2
808 Tom 2
808 Crash
808 Tom 2
Ride Cymbal
ChinaCymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cym.
808cowbe
Crash Cym.2
Vibraslap
Ride Cymbal
Bongo High
Bongo Lo
808 Conga
808 Conga
808 Conga
High Timbale
Low Timbale
Agogo
Agogo
Cabasa
808marac
ShrtWhistle
LongWhistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
808clave
Woodblock
Woodblock
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
MuteTriangl
OpenTriangl
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
-----
High-Q
Slap
ScratchPush
ScratchPull
Sticks
SquareClick
Mtrnm.Click
Mtrnm. Bell
Jazz Kick 2
Jazz Kick 1
Side Stick
Standard SN1
909 HandClap
Elec Snare 3
Real Tom 6
Close HiHat2
Real Tom 6
Pedal HiHat2
Real Tom 4
Open HiHat2
Real Tom 4
Real Tom 1
Crash Cym.1
Real Tom 1
Ride Cymbal
ChinaCymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cym.
Cowbell
Crash Cym.2
Vibraslap
Ride Cymbal
Bongo High
Bongo Lo
Mute H.Conga
Conga Hi Opn
Conga Lo Opn
High Timbale
Low Timbale
Agogo
Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
ShrtWhistle
LongWhistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Woodblock
Woodblock
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
MuteTriangl
OpenTriangl
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
-----
PC: Program Change Number
Bank Select MSB is all 120, LSB is all 0
Appendices
Note No.
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Rhythm Set List
GM (GM2 Group)
Note No.
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
C2 36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
C3 48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
C4 60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
C5 72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
C6 84
85
86
87
88
007 (PC: 41)
GM2 BRUSH
008 (PC: 49)
GM2 ORCHSTRA
009 (PC: 57)
GM2 SFX
High-Q
Slap
ScratchPush
ScratchPull
Sticks
SquareClick
Mtrnm.Click
Mtrnm. Bell
Jazz Kick 2
Jazz Kick 1
Side Stick
Brush Swirl
Brush Slap1
Brush Swirl
Real Tom 6
Close HiHat2
Real Tom 6
Pedal HiHat2
Real Tom 4
Open HiHat2
Real Tom 4
Real Tom 1
Crash Cym.1
Real Tom 1
Ride Cymbal
ChinaCymbal
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cym.
Cowbell
Crash Cym.2
Vibraslap
Ride Cymbal
Bongo High
Bongo Lo
Mute H.Conga
Conga Hi Opn
Conga Lo Opn
High Timbale
Low Timbale
Agogo
Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
ShrtWhistle
LongWhistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Woodblock
Woodblock
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
MuteTriangl
OpenTriangl
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
-----
Close HiHat2
Pedal HiHat2
Open HiHat2
Ride Cymbal
Sticks
SquareClick
Mtrnm.Click
Mtrnm. Bell
Concert BD
ConcertBD Mt
Side Stick
Concert Snr
Castanets
Concert Snr
Timpani
Timpani
Timpani
Timpani
Timpani
Timpani
Timpani
Timpani
Timpani
Timpani
Timpani
Timpani
Timpani
Tambourine
Splash Cym.
Cowbell
Con.Cymbal2
Vibraslap
Concert Cym.
Bongo High
Bongo Lo
Mute H.Conga
Conga Hi Opn
Conga Lo Opn
High Timbale
Low Timbale
Agogo
Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
ShrtWhistle
LongWhistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Woodblock
Woodblock
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
MuteTriangl
OpenTriangl
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
Applause
------------------------------------------------High-Q
Slap
ScratchPush
ScratchPull
Sticks
SquareClick
Mtrnm.Click
Mtrnm. Bell
Gt.FretNoiz
Gt.CutNoise
Gt.CutNoise
String Slap
Fl.KeyClick
Laughing
Screaming
Punch
Heart Beat
Footsteps
Footsteps
Applause
Creaking
Door
Scratch
Wind Chimes
Car-Engine
Car-Stop
Car-Pass
Car-Crash
Siren
Train
Jetplane
Helicopter
Starship
Gun Shot
Machine Gun
Lasergun
Explosion
Dog
HorseGallop
Bird
Rain
Thunder
Wind
Seashore
Stream
Bubble
-----------------
PC: Program Change Number
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Performance List
US (User Group)
PA (Preset A Group)
PB (Preset B Group)
No.
Name
No.
Name
No.
Name
No.
Name
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
022
023
024
025
026
027
028
029
030
031
032
Soaring 5050
Analog Stack
Watta Gate!
Road2Heaven
My Orchestra
R&B Kit 1
AggressiveXV
Big Bottom
ComplexEcho+
Flying Keys
Nirvana
PhsDyno&Bs
StPhaserStak
Hit it! RSS
Barococo
BellPad 5050
Dulcimar&Gtr
Springy
InstantScore
Voltage Ctrl
StereoSlicer
5050 Bells
House Kit
BlisteringXV
XV SweepPad
Andreas Cave
Pad/SqrLd XV
HybStr 5050
Old Friends
FM BellLayer
SlicedTrance
CrystalVoxXV
033
034
035
036
037
038
039
040
041
042
043
044
045
046
047
048
049
050
051
052
053
054
055
056
057
058
059
060
061
062
063
064
WayHipKits
Symphony JV
BellyPad5050
DulcitarStk
Nebular Vox
Cosmic Dawn
Labyrinth
S&H Pad
EasternSplit
Bully Kit
TeknoSplit 1
ChildrenSplt
Organ / Lead
Pad / Lead
Bass / Lead
S&H / Pad
Seq:Template
Seq:Techno
Seq:House
Seq:Hip-Hop
Seq:Pop
Seq:FunkRock
Seq:HardRock
Seq:Blues
Seq:Ac.Jazz
Seq:Cont.Jz
Seq:BigBand
Seq:Latin
Seq:NewAge
Seq:Orch
Seq:Film
Seq:GM2Temp
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
022
023
024
025
026
027
028
029
030
031
032
Seq:Template
Seq:Techno
Seq:House
Seq:Hip-Hop
Seq:Pop
Seq:FunkRock
Seq:HardRock
Seq:Blues
Seq:Ac.Jazz
Seq:Cont.Jz
Seq:BigBand
Seq:Latin
Seq:NewAge
Seq:Orch
Seq:Film
Seq:GM2Temp
Soaring 5050
Analog Stack
Watta Gate!
Road2Heaven
My Orchestra
R&B Kit 1
AggressiveXV
Big Bottom
ComplexEcho+
Flying Keys
Nirvana
PhsDyno&Bs
StPhaserStak
Hit it! RSS
Barococo
BellPad 5050
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
022
023
024
025
026
027
028
029
030
031
032
Dulcimar&Gtr
Springy
InstantScore
Voltage Ctrl
StereoSlicer
5050 Bells
House Kit
BlisteringXV
XV SweepPad
Andreas Cave
Pad/SqrLd XV
HybStr 5050
Old Friends
FM BellLayer
SlicedTrance
CrystalVoxXV
WayHipKits
Symphony JV
BellyPad5050
DulcitarStk
Nebular Vox
Cosmic Dawn
Labyrinth
S&H Pad
EasternSplit
Bully Kit
TeknoSplit 1
ChildrenSplt
Organ / Lead
Pad / Lead
Bass / Lead
S&H / Pad
Demo Song List
1.
Turbulent
© 2001 Roland Corporation
2.
Take Control
© 2001 Roland Corporation
3.
No Return
© 2001 Roland Corporation
4.
Grow Up
© 2001 Roland Corporation
Appendices
All rights reserved. Unauthorized use of this material for purposes other than private,
personal enjoyment is a violation of applicable laws.
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Model:
Date:
XV-5050
Oct. 4, 2001
Version:
1.00
❍Modulation (Controller number 1)
Status
2nd byte
BnH
01H
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Modulation depth:
1. Receive data
■Channel Voice Messages
*
Not received in Performance mode when the Receive Switch parameter (PERFORM/
MIDI) is OFF.
●Note off
Status
2nd byte
8nH
kkH
9nH
kkH
n = MIDI channel number:
kk = note number:
vv = note off velocity:
*
3rd byte
vvH
00H
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 7FH (0 - 127)
00H - 7FH (0 - 127)
Not received when the Envelope Mode parameter (PATCH/CONTROL and RHYTHM/
CONTROL) is NO-SUS.
2nd byte
9nH
kkH
n = MIDI channel number:
kk = note number:
vv = note on velocity:
*
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 7FH (0 - 127)
01H - 7FH (1 - 127)
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 7FH (0 - 127)
00H - 7FH (0 - 127)
Not received in Performance mode when the Receive Poly Key Pressure parameter
(PERFORM/MIDI) is OFF.
●Control Change
*
*
If the corresponding Controller number is selected for the Patch Control Source 1, 2, 3 or
4 parameter (PATCH/CONTROL), the corresponding effect will occur.
If a Controller number that corresponds to the System Control Source 1, 2, 3 or 4
parameter (SYSTEM/CONTROL) is selected, the specified effect will apply if Patch
Control Source 1, 2, 3 or 4 parameter (PATCH/CONTROL) is set to SYS-CTRL1, SYSCTRL2, SYS-CTRL3 or SYS-CTRL4.
❍Bank Select (Controller number 0, 32)
Status
2nd byte
BnH
00H
BnH
20H
n = MIDI channel number:
mm, ll = Bank number:
*
*
*
3rd byte
mmH
llH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00 00H - 7F 7FH (bank.1 - bank.16384)
Not received in Performance mode when the Receive Bank Select (PERFORM/MIDI) is
OFF.
The Performances, Patches, and Rhythms corresponding to each Bank Select are as
follows.
The SRX series corresponding to each Bank Select are to see the SRX series owner’s
manual.
+—————+———————————+———————————+——————————————————————+———————————+
| BANK SELECT
| PROGRAM
| GROUP
| NUMBER
|
| MSB | LSB
| NUMBER
|
|
|
+—————+———————————+———————————+——————————————————————+———————————+
| 085 | 000
| 001 — 064 | User Performance
| 001 — 064 |
|
| 064
| 001 — 032 | Preset Performance A | 001 — 032 |
|
| 065
| 001 — 032 | Preset Performance B | 001 — 032 |
|
| :
|
| :
|
|
| 086 | 000
| 001 — 004 | User Rhythm
| 001 — 004 |
|
| 064
| 001 — 002 | Preset Rhythm A
| 001 — 002 |
|
| 065
| 001 — 002 | Preset Rhythm B
| 001 — 002 |
|
| :
|
| :
|
|
| 087 | 000
| 001 — 128 | User Patch
| 001 — 128 |
|
| 064
| 001 — 128 | Preset Patch A
| 001 — 128 |
|
| 065
| 001 — 128 | Preset Patch B
| 001 — 128 |
|
| :
|
| :
|
|
| 092 | 000 —
| 001 —
| SRX Rhythm
| 001 —
|
|
| :
|
| :
|
|
| 093 | 000 —
| 001 —
| SRX Patch
| 001 —
|
|
| :
|
| :
|
|
| 120 |
| 001 — 057 | GM Rhythm
| 001 — 009 |
| 121 | 000 —
| 001 — 128 | GM Patch
| 001 — 256 |
+—————+———————————+———————————+——————————————————————+———————————+
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❍Breath type (Controller number 2)
Status
2nd byte
BnH
02H
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Control value:
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 7FH (0 - 127)
❍Foot type (Controller number 4)
Status
2nd byte
BnH
04H
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Control value:
Status
●Polyphonic Key Pressure
Status
2nd byte
AnH
kkH
n = MIDI channel number:
kk = note number:
vv = Polyphonic Key Pressure:
Not received in Performance mode when the Receive Modulation parameter
(PERFORM/MIDI) is OFF.
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 7FH (0 - 127)
❍Portamento Time (Controller number 5)
●Note on
Status
*
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 7FH (0 - 127)
2nd byte
BnH
05H
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Portamento Time:
*
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 7FH (0 - 127)
In Performance mode the Part Portamento Time parameter (PERFORM/PART) will
change.
❍Data Entry (Controller number 6, 38)
Status
2nd byte
3rd byte
BnH
06H
mmH
BnH
26H
llH
n = MIDI channel number: 0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
mm, ll = the value of the parameter specified by RPN/NRPN
mm = MSB, ll = LSB
❍Volume (Controller number 7)
Status
2nd byte
BnH
07H
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Volume:
*
*
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 7FH (0 - 127)
Not received in Performance mode when the Receive Volume parameter (PERFORM/
MIDI) is OFF.
In Performance mode the Part Level parameter (PERFORM/PART) will change.
❍Balance (Controller number 8)
Status
2nd byte
BnH
08H
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Balance:
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 7FH (0 - 127)
❍Panpot (Controller number 10)
Status
2nd byte
BnH
0AH
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Panpot:
*
*
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 40H - 7FH (Left - Center - Right)
Not received in Performance mode when the Receive Pan parameter (PERFORM/MIDI)
is OFF.
In Performance mode the Part Pan parameter (PERFORM/PART) will change.
❍Expression (Controller number 11)
2nd byte
Status
BnH
0BH
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Expression:
*
*
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 7FH (0 - 127)
Not received when Tone Receive Expression parameter (PATCH/CONTROL or
RHYTHM/CONTROL) is OFF.
Not received in Performance mode when Receive Expression parameter (PERFORM/
MIDI) is OFF.
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❍Hold 1 (Controller number 64)
Status
2nd byte
BnH
40H
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Control value:
*
Not received when Tone Receive Hold-1 parameter (PATCH/CONTROL or RHYTHM/
CONTROL) is OFF.
Not received in Performance mode when Receive Hold-1 parameter (PERFORM/MIDI)
is OFF.
❍Portamento (Controller number 65)
Status
2nd byte
BnH
41H
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Control value:
*
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 7FH (0 - 127) 0 - 63 = OFF, 64 - 127 = ON
In Performance mode the Part Portamento Switch parameter (PERFORM/PART) will
change.
❍Sostenuto (Controller number 66)
Status
2nd byte
BnH
42H
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Control value:
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 7FH (0 - 127) 0 - 63 = OFF, 64 - 127 = ON
Status
2nd byte
BnH
4AH
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Cutoff value (relative change):
*
❍Decay Time (Controller number 75)
Status
2nd byte
BnH
4BH
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Decay Time value (relative change):
*
2nd byte
3rd byte
BnH
43H
vvH
n = MIDI channel number:0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
vv = Control value: 00H - 7FH (0 - 127) 0 - 63 = OFF, 64 - 127 = ON
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 7FH (0 - 127) 0 - 63 = OFF, 64 - 127 = ON
❍Vibrato Rate (Controller number 76)
2nd byte
BnH
4CH
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Vibrato Rate value (relative change):
*
In Performance mode the Part Vibrato Rate parameter (PERFORM/PART) will change.
2nd byte
3rd byte
BnH
4DH
vvH
n = MIDI channel number:
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
vv = Vibrato Depth Value (relative change):
00H - 40H - 7FH (-64 - 0 - +63)
In Performance mode the Part Vibrato Depth parameter (PERFORM/PART) will change.
❍Vibrato Delay (Controller number 78)
Status
2nd byte
3rd byte
BnH
4EH
vvH
n = MIDI channel number:
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
vv = Vibrato Delay value (relative change):
00H - 40H - 7FH (-64 - 0 - +63)
*
Status
2nd byte
BnH
45H
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Control value:
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 7FH (0 - 127)
In Performance mode the Part Vibrato Delay parameter (PERFORM/PART) will change.
❍General Purpose Controller 5 (Controller number 80)
Status
2nd byte
BnH
50H
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Control value:
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 7FH (0 - 127)
A hold movement isn’t done.
*
❍Resonance (Controller number 71)
Status
2nd byte
BnH
47H
n = MIDI channel number:
vv= Resonance value (relative change):
*
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 40H - 7FH (-64 - 0 - +63)
In Performance mode the Part Legato Switch parameter (PERFORM/PART) will change.
❍Hold-2 (Controller number 69)
*
In Performance mode the Part Decay Time Offset parameter (PERFORM/PART) will
change.
Status
*
❍Legato Foot Switch (Controller number 68)
*
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 40H - 7FH (-64 - 0 - +63)
Status
Status
2nd byte
BnH
44H
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Control value:
In Performance mode the Part Cutoff Offset parameter (PERFORM/PART) will change.
❍Vibrato Depth (Controller number 77)
❍Soft (Controller number 67)
Status
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 40H - 7FH (-64 - 0 - +63)
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 40H - 7FH (-64 - 0 - +63),
In Performance mode the Part Resonance Offset parameter (PERFORM/PART) will
change.
The Tone Level parameter (PATCH/TVA) of Tone 1 will change.
❍General Purpose Controller 6 (Controller number 81)
Status
2nd byte
BnH
51H
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Control value:
*
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 7FH (0 - 127)
The Tone Level parameter (PATCH/TVA) of Tone 2 will change.
❍Release Time (Controller number 72)
❍General Purpose Controller 7 (Controller number 82)
Status
2nd byte
3rd byte
BnH
48H
vvH
n = MIDI channel number:
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
vv = Release Time value (relative change): 00H - 40H - 7FH (-64 - 0 - +63)
Status
*
*
In Performance mode the Part Release Time Offset parameter (PERFORM/PART) will
change.
❍Attack time (Controller number 73)
2nd byte
Status
BnH
49H
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Attack time value (relative change):
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 40H - 7FH (-64 - 0 - +63)
2nd byte
BnH
52H
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Control value:
The Tone Level parameter (PATCH/TVA) of Tone 3 will change.
❍General Purpose Controller 8 (Controller number 83)
2nd byte
Status
BnH
53H
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Control value:
*
*
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 7FH (0 - 127)
Appendices
*
❍Cutoff (Controller number 74)
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 7FH (0 - 127) 0-63 = OFF, 64-127 = ON
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 7FH (0 - 127)
The Tone Level parameter (PATCH/TVA) of Tone 4 will change.
In Performance mode the Part Attack Time Offset parameter (PERFORM/PART) will
change.
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❍Portamento control (Controller number 84)
●Program Change
Status
Status
2nd byte
BnH
54H
n = MIDI channel number:
kk = source note number:
*
*
*
3rd byte
kkH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 7FH (0 - 127)
A Note-on received immediately after a Portamento Control message will change
continuously in pitch, starting from the pitch of the Source Note Number.
If a voice is already sounding for a note number identical to the Source Note Number,
this voice will continue sounding (i.e., legato) and will, when the next Note-on is
received, smoothly change to the pitch of that Note-on.
The rate of the pitch change caused by Portamento Control is determined by the
Portamento Time value.
❍Effect 1 (Reverb Send Level) (Controller number 91)
Status
2nd byte
BnH
5BH
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Reverb Send Level:
*
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 7FH (0 - 127)
In Performance mode the Part Reverb Send Level parameter (PERFORM/EFFECTS) will
change.
❍Effect 3 (Chorus Send Level) (Controller number 93)
Status
2nd byte
BnH
5DH
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Chorus Send Level:
*
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 7FH (0 - 127)
In Performance mode the Part Chorus Send Level parameter (PERFORM/EFFECTS) will
change.
❍RPN MSB/LSB (Controller number 100, 101)
2nd byte
CnH
ppH
n = MIDI channel number:
pp = Program number:
*
<<< RPN >>>
Control Changes include RPN (Registered Parameter Numbers), which are extended.
When using RPNs, first RPN (Controller numbers 100 and 101; they can be sent in any
order) should be sent in order to select the parameter, then Data Entry (Controller numbers
6 and 38) should be sent to set the value. Once RPN messages are received, Data Entry
messages that is received at the same MIDI channel after that are recognized as changing
toward the value of the RPN messages. In order not to make any mistakes, transmitting
RPN Null is recommended after setting parameters you need.
This device receives the following RPNs.
RPN
MSB, LSB
00H, 00H
Data entry
MSB, LSB
mmH, llH
Notes
Pitch Bend Sensitivity
mm: 00H - 18H (0 - 24 semitones)
ll: ignored (processed as 00H)
Up to 2 octave can be specified in semitone steps.
* In Performance mode, the Part Bend Range parameter (PERFORM/PART) will change.
00H, 01H
mmH, llH
Channel Fine Tuning
mm, ll: 20 00H - 40 00H - 60 00H
(-4096 x 100 / 8192 - 0 - +4096 x 100 / 8192 cent)
* In Performance mode, the Part Fine Tune parameter (PERFORM/PART) will change.
00H, 02H
mmH, llH
Channel Coarse Tuning
mm: 10H - 40H - 70H (-48 - 0 - +48 semitones)
ll: ignored (processed as 00H)
* In Performance mode, the Part Coarse Tune parameter (PERFORM/PART) will change.
00H, 05H
mmH, llH
Modulation Depth Range
mm: 00 00H - 06 00H
(0 - 16384 x 600 / 16384 cent)
* Not received in Patch mode.
7FH, 7FH
---, --RPN null
RPN and NRPN will be set as “unspecified.” Once this setting has been made, subsequent
Parameter values that were previously set will not change.
mm, ll: ignored
156
Not received in Performance mode when the Receive Program Change parameter
(PERFORM/MIDI) is OFF.
●Channel Pressure
Status
2nd byte
DnH
vvH
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Channel Pressure:
*
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 7FH (0 - 127)
Not received in Performance mode when the Receive Channel Pressure parameter
(PERFORM/MIDI) is OFF.
●Pitch Bend Change
Status
2nd byte
EnH
llH
n = MIDI channel number:
mm, ll = Pitch Bend value:
*
*
3rd byte
mmH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00 00H - 40 00H - 7F 7FH (-8192 - 0 - +8191)
Not received when the Tone Receive Bender parameter (PATCH/CONTROL) is OFF.
Not received in Performance mode when the Receive Pitch Bend parameter
(PERFORM/MIDI) is OFF.
■Channel Mode Messages
*
Status
2nd byte
3rd byte
BnH
65H
mmH
BnH
64H
llH
n = MIDI channel number: 0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
mm = upper byte (MSB) of parameter number specified by RPN
ll = lower byte (LSB) of parameter number specified by RPN
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 7FH (prog.1 - prog.128)
Not received in Performance mode when the Receive Switch parameter (PERFORM/
MIDI) is OFF.
●All Sounds Off (Controller number 120)
Status
2nd byte
3rd byte
BnH
78H
00H
n = MIDI channel number: 0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
*
When this message is received, all notes currently sounding on the corresponding
channel will be turned off.
●Reset All Controllers (Controller number 121)
Status
2nd byte
3rd byte
BnH
79H
00H
n = MIDI channel number: 0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
*
When this message is received, the following controllers will be set to their reset values.
Controller
Pitch Bend Change
Polyphonic Key Pressure
Channel Pressure
Modulation
Breath Type
Expression
Hold 1
Sostenuto
Soft
Hold 2
RPN
NRPN
Reset value
+/-0 (center)
0 (off)
0 (off)
0 (off)
0 (min)
127 (max)
However the controller will be at minimum.
0 (off)
0 (off)
0 (off)
0 (off)
unset; previously set data will not change
unset; previously set data will not change
●All Notes Off (Controller number 123)
Status
2nd byte
3rd byte
BnH
7BH
00H
n = MIDI channel number: 0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
*
When All Notes Off is received, all notes on the corresponding channel will be turned
off. However, if Hold 1 or Sostenuto is ON, the sound will be continued until these are
turned off.
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●OMNI OFF (Controller number 124)
❍GM1 System On
Status
Status
2nd byte
3rd byte
BnH
7CH
00H
n = MIDI channel number: 0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
The same processing will be carried out as when All Notes Off is received.
●OMNI ON (Controller number 125)
Status
2nd byte
3rd byte
BnH
7DH
00H
n = MIDI channel number: 0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
*
The same processing will be carried out as when All Notes Off is received. OMNI ON
will not be turned on.
●MONO (Controller number 126)
Status
2nd byte
BnH
7EH
n = MIDI channel number:
mm = mono number:
*
*
The same processing will be carried out as when All Notes Off is received.
In Performance mode, the Part Mono/Poly parameter (PERFORM/PART) will change.
2nd byte
3rd byte
BnH
7FH
00H
n = MIDI channel number: 0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
Data byte
7EH 7FH 09H 03H
Byte
F0H
7EH
7FH
09H
03H
F7H
Explanation
Exclusive status
ID number (Universal Non-realtime Message)
Device ID (Broadcast)
Sub ID#1 (General MIDI Message)
Sub ID#2 (General MIDI 2 On)
EOX (End Of Exclusive)
The same processing will be carried out as when All Notes Off is received.
In Performance mode, the Part Mono/Poly parameter (PERFORM/PART) will change.
❍GM System Off
Status
FEH
When Active Sensing is received, the unit will begin monitoring the intervals of all
further messages. While monitoring, if the interval between messages exceeds 420 ms,
the same processing will be carried out as when All Sounds Off, All Notes Off and Reset
All Controllers are received, and message interval monitoring will be halted.
F0H
Data byte
7EH, 7F, 09H, 02H
Byte
F0H
7EH
7FH
09H
02H
F7H
Explanation
Exclusive status
ID number (Universal Non-realtime Message)
Device ID (Broadcast)
Sub ID#1 (General MIDI Message)
Sub ID#2 (General MIDI Off)
EOX (End Of Exclusive)
*
■System Exclusive Message
dd,...,ee = data:
F7H:
Status
F7H
When this messages is received, this instrument will turn to the GM mode.
Not received when the Receive GM2 System On parameter (SYSTEM/MIDI&USB) is
OFF.
Status
●Active Sensing
Status
F0H
F0H:
ii = ID number:
When this messages is received, this instrument will turn to the GM mode.
Not received when the Receive GM1 System On parameter (SYSTEM/MIDI&USB) is
OFF.
F0H
*
*
■System Realtime Message
Data byte
Status
iiH, ddH, ......,eeH F7H
System Exclusive Message status
This is the ID number (manufacturer ID) to indicate the manufacturer
whose Exclusive message. Roland’s manufacturer ID is 41H.
ID numbers 7EH and 7FH are extensions of the MIDI standard;
Universal Non-realtime Messages (7EH) and Universal Realtime
Messages (7FH).
00H - 7FH (0 - 127)
EOX (End Of Exclusive)
Of the System Exclusive messages received by this device, the Universal Non-realtime
messages and the Universal Realtime messages and the Data Request (RQ1) messages and
the Data Set (DT1) messages will be set automatically.
●Universal Non-realtime System Exclusive Messages
Status
F0H
Data byte
7EH, dev, 06H, 01H
Byte
F0H
7EH
dev
06H
01H
F7H
Explanation
Exclusive status
ID number (Universal Non-realtime Message)
Device ID (dev: 10H - 1FH, 7FH)
Sub ID#1 (General Information)
Sub ID#2 (Identity Request)
EOX (End Of Exclusive)
Status
F7H
When this messages is received, this instrument will return to the Performance mode.
●Universal Realtime System Exclusive Messages
❍Master Volume
Status
F0H
Data byte
7FH, 7FH, 04H, 01H, llH, mmH
Byte
F0H
7FH
7FH
04H
01H
llH
mmH
F7H
Explanation
Exclusive status
ID number (universal realtime message)
Device ID (Broadcast)
Sub ID#1 (Device Control)
Sub ID#2 (Master Volume)
Master Volume lower byte
Master Volume upper byte
EOX (End Of Exclusive)
*
*
❍Identity Request Message
*
Explanation
Exclusive status
ID number (Universal Non-realtime Message)
Device ID (Broadcast)
Sub ID#1 (General MIDI Message)
Sub ID#2 (General MIDI 1 On)
EOX (End Of Exclusive)
Status
●POLY (Controller number 127)
*
Byte
F0H
7EH
7FH
09H
01H
F7H
*
*
Status
F7H
❍GM2 System On
3rd byte
mmH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 10H (0 - 16)
Status
*
*
Data byte
7EH, 7FH, 09H, 01H
Status
F7H
The lower byte (llH) of Master Volume will be handled as 00H.
The Master Level parameter (SYSTEM/GENERAL) will change.
Status
F7H
Appendices
*
F0H
When this message is received, Identity Reply message (p. 161) will be transmitted.
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❍Master Fine Tuning
Status
F0H
Data byte
7FH, 7FH, 04H, 03H, llH, mmH
Byte
F0H
7FH
7FH
04H
03H
llH
mmH
F7H
Explanation
Exclusive status
ID number (universal realtime message)
Device ID (Broadcast)
Sub ID#1 (Device Control)
Sub ID#2 (Master Fine Tuning)
Master Fine Tuning LSB
Master Fine Tuning MSB
EOX (End Of Exclusive)
❍Chorus Parameters
Status
F7H
mm, ll: 00 00H - 40 00H - 7F 7FH (-100 - 0 - +99.9 [cents])
*
The Master Tune parameter (SYSTEM/GENERAL) will change.
Status
F0H
Byte
F0H
7FH
7FH
04H
05H
01H
01H
01H
01H
02H
ppH
vvH
❍Master Coarse Tuning
Status
F0H
Data byte
7FH, 7FH, 04H, 04H, llH, mmH
Byte
F0H
7FH
7FH
04H
04H
llH
mmH
F7H
Explanation
Exclusive status
ID number (universal realtime message)
Device ID (Broadcast)
Sub ID#1 (Device Control)
Sub ID#2 (Master Coarse Tuning)
Master Coarse Tuning LSB
Master Coarse Tuning MSB
EOX (End Of Exclusive)
llH:
mmH:
ignored (processed as 00H)
28H - 40H - 58H (-24 - 0 - +24 [semitones])
*
Status
F7
F7H
The Master Key Shift parameter (SYSTEM/GENERAL) will change.
Status
F0H
*
Byte
F0H
7FH
7FH
09H
01H
0nH
ppH
rrH
❍Reverb Parameters
Status
F0H
Byte
F0H
7FH
7FH
04H
05H
01H
01H
01H
01H
01H
ppH
vvH
F7H
158
Data byte
7FH, 7FH, 04H, 05H, 01H, 01H,
01H, 01H, 01H, ppH, vvH
Explanation
Exclusive status
ID number (universal realtime message)
Device ID (Broadcast)
Sub ID#1 (Device Control)
Sub ID#2 (Global Parameter Control)
Slot path length
Parameter ID width
Value width
Slot path MSB
Slot path LSB (Effect 0101: Reverb)
Parameter to be controlled.
Value for the parameter.
pp=0 Reverb Type
vv = 00H Small Room
vv = 01H Medium Room
vv = 02H Large Room
vv = 03H Medium Hall
vv = 04H Large Hall
vv = 08H Plate
pp=1 Reverb Time
vv = 00H - 7FH 0 - 127
EOX (End Of Exclusive)
Status
F7H
Status
F7H
Explanation
Exclusive status
ID number (universal realtime message)
Device ID (Broadcast)
Sub ID#1 (Device Control)
Sub ID#2 (Global Parameter Control)
Slot path length
Parameter ID width
Value width
Slot path MSB
Slot path LSB (Effect 0102: Chorus)
Parameter to be controlled.
Value for the parameter.
pp=0 Chorus Type
vv=0 Chorus1
vv=1 Chorus2
vv=2 Chorus3
vv=3 Chorus4
vv=4 FB Chorus
vv=5 Flanger
pp=1 Mod Rate
vv= 00H - 7FH 0 - 127
pp=2 Mod Depth
vv = 00H - 7FH 0 - 127
pp=3 Feedback
vv = 00H - 7FH 0 - 127
pp=4 Send To Reverb
vv = 00H - 7FH 0 - 127
EOX (End Of Exclusive)
❍Channel Pressure
●Global Parameter Control
Not received in Patch mode.
Data byte
7FH, 7FH, 04H, 05H, 01H, 01H,
01H, 01H, 02H, ppH, vvH
F7H
Data byte
7FH, 7FH, 09H, 01H, 0nH, ppH, rrH
Explanation
Exclusive status
ID number (universal realtime message)
Device ID (Broadcast)
Sub ID#1 (Controller Destination Setting)
Sub ID#2 (Channel Pressure)
MIDI Channel (00 - 0F)
Controlled parameter
Controlled range
pp=0 Pitch Control
rr = 28H - 58H -24 - +24 [semitones]
pp=1 Filter Cutoff Control
rr = 00H - 7FH -9600 - +9450 [cents]
pp=2 Amplitude Control
rr = 00H - 7FH 0 - 200%
pp=3 LFO Pitch Depth
rr = 00H - 7FH 0 - 600 [cents]
pp=4 LFO Filter Depth
rr = 00H - 7FH 0 - 2400 [cents]
pp=5 LFO Amplitude Depth
rr = 00H - 7FH 0 - 100%
EOX (End Of Exclusive)
Status
F7H
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❍Controller
F0H
Byte
F0H
7FH
7FH
09H
03H
0nH
ccH
ppH
rrH
F7H
Data byte
7FH, 7FH, 09H, 03H, 0nH, ccH, ppH, rrH
Status
F7H
Explanation
Exclusive status
ID number (universal realtime message)
Device ID (Broadcast)
Sub ID#1 (Controller Destination Setting)
Sub ID#2 (Control Change)
MIDI Channel (00 - 0F)
Controller number (01 - 1F, 40 - 5F)
Controlled parameter
Controlled range
pp=0 Pitch Control
rr = 28H - 58H -24 - +24 [semitones]
pp=1 Filter Cutoff Control
rr = 00H - 7FH -9600 - +9450 [cents]
pp=2 Amplitude Control
rr = 00H - 7FH 0 - 200%
pp=3 LFO Pitch Depth
rr = 00H - 7FH 0 - 600 [cents]
pp=4 LFO Filter Depth
rr = 00H - 7FH 0 - 2400 [cents]
pp=5 LFO Amplitude Depth
rr = 00H - 7FH 0 - 100%
EOX (End Of Exclusive)
This message requests the other device to transmit data. The address and size indicate the
type and amount of data that is requested.
When a Data Request message is received, if the device is in a state in which it is able to
transmit data, and if the address and size are appropriate, the requested data is transmitted
as a Data Set 1 (DT1) message. If the conditions are not met, nothing is transmitted.
Status
F0H
Data byte
7EH, 7FH, 08H, 08H, ffH, ggH, hhH, ssH...
Byte
Explanation
F0H
7EH
7FH
08H
08H
ffH
Exclusive status
ID number (Universal Non-realtime Message)
Device ID (Broadcast)
Sub ID#1 (MIDI Tuning Standard)
Sub ID#2 (scale/octave tuning 1-byte form)
Channel/Option byte 1
bits 0 to 1 = channel 15 to 16
bit 2 to 6 = Undefined
Channel byte 2
bits 0 to 6 = channel 8 to 14
Channel byte 3
bits 0 to 6 = channel 1 to 7
12 byte tuning offset of 12 semitones from C to B
00H = -64 [cents]
40H = 0 [cents] (equal temperament)
7FH = +63 [cents]
EOX (End Of Exclusive)
ggH
hhH
ssH
F7H
Status
F7
❍Key-based Instrument Controllers
Status
F0H
Data byte
7FH, 7FH, 0AH, 01H, 0nH, kkH, nnH, vvH
with other devices.
The model ID of the exclusive messages used by this instrument is 00H 10H.
❍Data Request 1 RQ1 (11H)
❍Scale/Octave Tuning Adjust
Status
This instrument can use exclusive messages to exchange many varieties of internal settings
Status
F7H
F0H
data byte
41H, dev, 00H, 10H, 11H, aaH, bbH, ccH,
ddH, ssH, ttH, uuH, vvH, sum
Byte
F0H
41H
dev
00H
10H
11H
aaH
bbH
ccH
ddH
ssH
ttH
uuH
vvH
sum
F7H
Remarks
Exclusive status
ID number (Roland)
device ID (dev: 10H - 1FH, 7FH)
model ID #1 (XV-5050)
model ID #2 (XV-5050)
command ID (RQ1)
address MSB
address
address
address LSB
size MSB
size
size
size LSB
checksum
EOX (End Of Exclusive)
*
*
*
The size of data that can be transmitted at one time is fixed for each type of data. And
data requests must be made with a fixed starting address and size. Refer to the address
and size given in “Parameter Address Map” (p. 162).
For the checksum, refer to (p. 174).
Not received when the Receive Exclusive parameter (SYSTEM/MIDI&USB) is OFF.
❍Data set 1 DT1 (12H)
Status
F0H
Byte
F0H
41H
dev
00H
10H
12H
aaH
bbH
Byte
F0H
7FH
7FH
0AH
01H
0nH
kkH
nnH
vvH
Explanation
Exclusive status
ID number (universal realtime message)
Device ID (Broadcast)
Sub ID#1 (Key-Based Instrument Control)
Sub ID#2 (Controller)
MIDI Channel (00 - 0FH)
Key Number
Control Number
Value
nn=07H Level
vv = 00H - 7FH
0 - 200% (Relative)
nn=0AH
Pan
vv = 00H - 7FH
Left - Right (Absolute)
nn=5BH
Reverb Send
vv = 00H - 7FH
0 - 127 (Absolute)
nn=5D
Chorus Send
vv = 00H - 7FH
0 - 127 (Absolute)
:
:
F7
EOX (End Of Exclusive)
* This parameter affects drum instruments only.
status
F7H
ccH
ddH
eeH
:
ffH
sum
F7H
*
*
*
*
Data byte
41H, dev, 00H, 10H, 12H, aaH, bbH,
ccH, ddH, eeH, ... ffH, sum
Status
F7H
Explanation
Exclusive status
ID number (Roland)
Device ID (dev: 00H - 1FH, 7FH)
Model ID #1 (XV-5050)
Model ID #2 (XV-5050)
Command ID (DT1)
Address MSB: upper byte of the starting address of the data to be
sent
Address:
upper middle byte of the starting address of the data
to be sent
Address:
lower middle byte of the starting address of the data
to be sent
Address LSB: lower byte of the starting address of the data to be
sent.
Data:
the actual data to be sent. Multiple bytes of data are
transmitted in order starting from the address.
:
Data
Checksum
EOX (End Of Exclusive)
The amount of data that can be transmitted at one time depends on the type of data, and
data will be transmitted from the specified starting address and size. Refer to the address
and size given in “Parameter Address Map” (p. 162).
Data larger than 256 bytes will be divided into packets of 256 bytes or less, and each
packet will be sent at an interval of about 20 ms.
Regarding the checksum, please refer to (p. 174)
Not received when the Receive Exclusive parameter (SYSTEM/MIDI&USB) is OFF.
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Status
F0H
Byte
F0H
41H
dev
42H
12H
aaH
bbH
ccH
ddH
:
eeH
sum
F7H
*
*
*
*
Data byte
41H, dev, 42H, 12H, aaH, bbH, ccH,
ddH, ... eeH, sum
Status
F7H
Explanation
Exclusive status
ID number (Roland)
Device ID (dev: 10H - 1FH, 7FH)
Model ID (GS)
Command ID (DT1)
Address MSB: upper byte of the starting address of the transmitted
data
Address:
middle byte of the starting address of the transmitted
data
Address LSB: lower byte of the starting address of the transmitted
data
Data:
the actual data to be transmitted. Multiple bytes of
data are transmitted starting from the address.
:
Data
Checksum
EOX (End Of Exclusive)
The amount of data that can be transmitted at one time depends on the type of data, and
data will be transmitted from the specified starting address and size. Refer to the address
and size given in “Parameter Address Map” (p. 162).
Data larger than 256 bytes will be divided into packets of 256 bytes or less, and each
packet will be sent at an interval of about 20 ms.
Regarding the checksum, please refer to (p. 174)
Not received when the Receive Exclusive parameter (SYSTEM/MIDI&USB) is OFF.
2. Data Transmission
■Channel Voice Messages
When execute the Data Transfer, following Control Changes and Program Change will
transmit.
●Control Change
❍Bank Select (Controller number 0, 32)
Status
2nd byte
BnH
00H
BnH
20H
n = MIDI channel number:
mm, ll = Bank number:
3rd byte
mmH
llH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00 00H - 7F 7FH (bank.1 - bank.16384)
❍Portamento Time (Controller number 5)
Status
2nd byte
BnH
05H
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Portamento Time:
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 7FH (0 - 127)
❍Data Entry (Controller number 6, 38)
Status
2nd byte
3rd byte
BnH
06H
mmH
BnH
26H
llH
n = MIDI channel number: 0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
mm, ll = the value of the parameter specified by RPN/NRPN
mm = MSB, ll = LSB
❍Volume (Controller number 7)
Status
2nd byte
BnH
07H
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Volume:
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 7FH (0 - 127)
❍Panpot (Controller number 10)
Status
2nd byte
BnH
0AH
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Panpot:
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 40H - 7FH (Left - Center - Right),
❍Portamento (Controller number 65)
Status
2nd byte
BnH
41H
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Control value:
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 7FH (0 - 127) 0 - 63 = OFF, 64 - 127 = ON
❍Resonance (Controller number 71)
Status
2nd byte
BnH
47H
n = MIDI channel number:
vv= Resonance value (relative change):
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 40H - 7FH (-64 - 0 - +63)
❍Release Time (Controller number 72)
Status
2nd byte
3rd byte
BnH
48H
vvH
n = MIDI channel number:
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
vv = Release Time value (relative change): 00H - 40H - 7FH (-64 - 0 - +63)
❍Attack time (Controller number 73)
Status
2nd byte
BnH
49H
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Attack time value (relative change):
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 40H - 7FH (-64 - 0 - +63)
❍Cutoff (Controller number 74)
Status
2nd byte
BnH
4AH
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Cutoff value (relative change):
160
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 40H - 7FH (-64 - 0 - +63)
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❍Decay Time (Controller number 75)
●Program Change
Status
Status
2nd byte
BnH
4BH
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Decay Time value (relative change):
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 40H - 7FH (-64 - 0 - +63)
2nd byte
CnH
ppH
n = MIDI channel number:
pp = Program number:
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 7FH (prog.1 - prog.128)
❍Vibrato Rate (Controller number 76)
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 40H - 7FH (-64 - 0 - +63)
❍Vibrato Depth (Controller number 77)
Status
2nd byte
3rd byte
BnH
4DH
vvH
n = MIDI channel number:
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
vv = Vibrato Depth value (relative change):
00H - 40H - 7FH (-64 - 0 - +63)
❍Vibrato Delay (Controller number 78)
■System Exclusive Messages
Universal Non-realtime System Exclusive Message and Data Set 1 (DT1) are the only
System Exclusive messages transmitted by the XV-5050.
●Universal Non-realtime System Exclusive Message
❍Identity Reply Message
Receiving Identity Request Message, the XV-5050 send this message.
Status
F0H
Data byte
7EH, dev, 06H, 02H, 41H, 10H, 01H,
02H, 02H, 03H, 00H, 00H, 00H
Byte
Explanation
F0H
7EH
dev
06H
02H
41H
10H 01H
02H 02H
03H 00H 00H 00H
F7H
Exclusive status
ID number (Universal Non-realtime Message)
Device ID (dev: 10H - 1FH)
Sub ID#1 (General Information)
Sub ID#2 (Identity Reply)
ID number (Roland)
Device family code
Device family number code
Software revision level
EOX (End of Exclusive)
Status
2nd byte
3rd byte
BnH
4EH
vvH
n = MIDI channel number:
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
vv = Vibrato Delay value (relative change):
00H - 40H - 7FH (-64 - 0 - +63)
❍Effect 1 (Reverb Send Level) (Controller number 91)
Status
2nd byte
BnH
5BH
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Reverb Send Level:
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 7FH (0 - 127)
❍Effect 3 (Chorus Send Level) (Controller number 93)
Status
2nd byte
BnH
5DH
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Chorus Send Level:
3rd byte
vvH
0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
00H - 7FH (0 - 127)
❍RPN MSB/LSB (Controller number 100, 101)
Status
2nd byte
3rd byte
BnH
65H
mmH
BnH
64H
llH
n = MIDI channel number: 0H - FH (ch.1 - 16)
mm = upper byte (MSB) of parameter number specified by RPN
ll = lower byte (LSB) of parameter number specified by RPN
<<< RPN >>>
Control Changes include RPN (Registered Parameter Numbers), which are extended.
When using RPNs, first RPN (Controller numbers 100 and 101; they can be sent in any
order) should be sent in order to select the parameter, then
Data Entry (Controller numbers 6 and 38) should be sent to set the value. Once RPN
messages are received, Data Entry messages that is received at the same MIDI channel after
that are recognized as changing toward the value of the RPN messages. In order not to
make any mistakes, transmitting RPN Null is recommended after setting parameters you
need.
This device transmits the following RPNs.
RPN
MSB, LSB
00H, 00H
Data entry
MSB, LSB
mmH, llH
00H, 01H
mmH, llH
00H, 02H
mmH, llH
00H, 05H
mmH, llH
7FH, 7FH
---, ---
Status
F7H
●Data Transmission
❍Data set 1
Status
F0H
Byte
F0H
41H
dev
00H
10H
12H
aaH
bbH
ccH
ddH
eeH
Notes
Pitch Bend Sensitivity
mm: 00H - 18H (0 - 24 semitones)
ll: ignored (processed as 00H)
Channel Fine Tuning
mm, ll: 20 00H - 40 00H - 60 00H
(-4096 x 100 / 8192 - 0 - +4096 x 100 / 8192 cent)
Channel Coarse Tuning
mm: 10H - 40H - 70H (-48 - 0 - +48 semitones)
ll: ignored (processed as 00H)
Modulation Depth Range
mm, ll:00 00H - 06 00H
(0 - 16384 x 600 / 16384 cent)
RPN null
:
ffH
sum
F7H
*
*
DT1 (12H)
Data byte
41H, dev, 00H, 10H, 12H, aaH, bbH,
ccH, ddH, eeH, ... ffH, sum
Status
F7H
Explanation
Exclusive status
ID number (Roland)
Device ID (dev: 00H - 1FH, 7FH)
Model ID #1 (XV-5050)
Model ID #2 (XV-5050)
Command ID (DT1)
Address MSB: upper byte of the starting address of the data to be
sent
Address:
upper middle byte of the starting address of the data
to be sent
Address:
lower middle byte of the starting address of the data
to be sent
Address LSB: lower byte of the starting address of the data to be
sent.
Data:
the actual data to be sent. Multiple bytes of data are
transmitted in order starting from the address.
:
Data
Checksum
EOX (End Of Exclusive)
The amount of data that can be transmitted at one time depends on the type of data, and
data will be transmitted from the specified starting address and size. Refer to the address
and size given in “Parameter Address Map” (p. 162).
Data larger than 256 bytes will be divided into packets of 256 bytes or less, and each
packet will be sent at an interval of about 20 ms.
RPN and NRPN will be set as “unspecified.” Once this setting has been made, subsequent
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Appendices
Status
2nd byte
BnH
4CH
n = MIDI channel number:
vv = Vibrato Rate value (relative change):
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3. Parameter Address Map
*
*
Transmission of “#” marked address is divided to some packets. For example, ABH in
hexadecimal notation will be divided to 0AH and 0BH, and is sent/received in this
order.
“<*>” marked address or parameters are ignored when the XV-5050 received them.
■XV-5050 (Model ID = 00H 10H)
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
| Start
|
|
|
Address |
Description
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
| 01 00 00 00 | Setup
*1—1|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
| 02 00 00 00 | System
*1—2|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
| 10 00 00 00 | Temporary Performance
*1—3|
| 11 00 00 00 | Temporary Patch/Rhythm (Performance Mode Part 1)
*1—4|
| 11 20 00 00 | Temporary Patch/Rhythm (Performance Mode Part 2)
|
|
: |
|
| 14 60 00 00 | Temporary Patch/Rhythm (Performance Mode Part 16)
|
| 1F 00 00 00 | Temporary Patch/Rhythm (Patch Mode)
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
| 20 00 00 00 | User Performance (01)
*1—3|
| 20 01 00 00 | User Performance (02)
|
|
: |
|
| 20 3F 00 00 | User Performance (64)
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
| 30 00 00 00 | User Patch (001)
*1—4—1|
| 30 01 00 00 | User Patch (002)
|
|
: |
|
| 30 7F 00 00 | User Patch (128)
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
| 40 00 00 00 | User Rhythm (001)
*1—4—2|
| 40 10 00 00 | User Rhythm (002)
|
|
: |
|
| 41 30 00 00 | User Rhythm (004)
|
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
1-2 System
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
| Offset
|
|
|
Address |
Description
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 00 00 | System Common
*1—2—1|
|
00 02 00 | System EQ
*1—2—2|
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
1-4 Temporary Patch/Rhythm
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
| Offset
|
|
|
Address |
Description
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 00 00 | Temporary Patch
*1—4—1|
|
10 00 00 | Temporary Rhythm
*1—4—2|
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
1-3 Performance
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
| Offset
|
|
|
Address |
Description
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 00 00 | Performance Common
*1—3—1|
|
00 02 00 | Performance Common MFXA
*1—3—2|
|
00 04 00 | Performance Common Chorus
*1—3—3|
|
00 06 00 | Performance Common Reverb
*1—3—4|
|
00 08 00 | Performance Common MFXB
*1—3—2|
|
00 0A 00 | Performance Common MFXC
*1—3—2|
|
00 10 00 | Performance MIDI (Channel 1)
*1—3—5|
|
00 11 00 | Performance MIDI (Channel 2)
|
|
: |
|
|
00 1F 00 | Performance MIDI (Channel 16)
|
|
00 20 00 | Performance Part (Part 1)
*1—3—6|
|
00 21 00 | Performance Part (Part 2)
|
|
: |
|
|
00 2F 00 | Performance Part (Part 16)
|
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
1-4-1 Patch
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
| Offset
|
|
|
Address |
Description
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 00 00 | Patch Common
*1—4—1—1|
|
00 02 00 | Patch Common MFX
*1—4—1—2|
|
00 04 00 | Patch Common Chorus
*1—4—1—3|
|
00 06 00 | Patch Common Reverb
*1—4—1—4|
|
00 10 00 | Patch TMT (Tone Mix Table)
*1—4—1—5|
|
00 20 00 | Patch Tone (Tone 1)
*1—4—1—6|
|
00 22 00 | Patch Tone (Tone 2)
|
|
00 24 00 | Patch Tone (Tone 3)
|
|
00 26 00 | Patch Tone (Tone 4)
|
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
1-4-2 Rhythm
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
| Offset
|
|
|
Address |
Description
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 00 00 | Rhythm Common
*1—4—2—1|
|
00 02 00 | Rhythm Common MFX
*1—4—2—2|
|
00 04 00 | Rhythm Common Chorus
*1—4—2—3|
|
00 06 00 | Rhythm Common Reverb
*1—4—2—4|
|
00 10 00 | Rhythm Tone (Key # 21)
*1—4—2—5|
|
00 12 00 | Rhythm Tone (Key # 22)
|
|
: |
|
|
01 3E 00 | Rhythm Tone (Key # 108)
|
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
1-1 Setup
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
| Offset
|
|
|
Address |
Description
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 00 | 0000 0aaa | Sound Mode
(1 — 5) |
|
|
|
PATCH, PERFORM, GM1, GM2, GS |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 01 | 0aaa aaaa | (reserved)
|
|
00 02 | 0aaa aaaa | (reserved)
|
|
00 03 | 0aaa aaaa | (reserved)
|
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 04 | 0aaa aaaa | Performance Bank Select MSB (CC# 0)
(0 — 127) |
162
|
00 05 | 0aaa aaaa | Performance Bank Select LSB (CC# 32)
(0 — 127) |
|
00 06 | 0aaa aaaa | Performance Program Number (PC)
(0 — 127) |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 07 | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Bank Select MSB (CC# 0)
(0 — 127) |
|
00 08 | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Bank Select LSB (CC# 32)
(0 — 127) |
|
00 09 | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Program Number (PC)
(0 — 127) |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 0A | 0000 000a | MFX Switch
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
BYPASS, ON |
|
00 0B | 0000 000a | Chorus Switch
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 0C | 0000 000a | Reverb Switch
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 0D | 0000 aaaa | Transpose Value
(59 — 70) |
|
|
|
—5 — +6 |
|
00 0E | 0000 0aaa | Octave Shift
(61 — 67) |
|
|
|
—3 — +3 |
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
| 00 00 00 0F | Total Size
|
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
1-2-1 System Common
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
| Offset
|
|
|
Address |
Description
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|#
00 00 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Master Tune
(24 — 2024) |
|
|
|
—100.0 — 100.0 [cent] |
|
00 04 | 00aa aaaa | Master Key Shift
(40 — 88) |
|
|
|
—24 — +24 |
|
00 05 | 0aaa aaaa | Master Level
(0 — 127) |
|
00 06 | 0000 000a | Scale Tune Switch
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 07 | 0000 000a | Patch Remain
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 08 | 0000 000a | Mix/Parallel
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
MIX, PARALLEL |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 09 | 000a aaaa | Performance Control Channel
(0 — 16) |
|
|
|
1 — 16, OFF |
|
00 0A | 000a aaaa | (reserved)
|
|
00 0B | 0000 aaaa | Patch Receive Channel
(0 — 15) |
|
|
|
1 — 16 |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 0C | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Scale Tune for C
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
00 0D | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Scale Tune for C#
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
00 0E | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Scale Tune for D
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
00 0F | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Scale Tune for D#
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
00 10 | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Scale Tune for E
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
00 11 | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Scale Tune for F
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
00 12 | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Scale Tune for F#
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
00 13 | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Scale Tune for G
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
00 14 | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Scale Tune for G#
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
00 15 | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Scale Tune for A
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
00 16 | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Scale Tune for A#
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
00 17 | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Scale Tune for B
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 18 | 0aaa aaaa | System Control 1 Source
(0 — 97) |
|
|
|
OFF, CC01 — CC31, CC33 — CC95, |
|
|
|
BEND, AFT |
|
00 19 | 0aaa aaaa | System Control 2 Source
(0 — 97) |
|
|
|
OFF, CC01 — CC31, CC33 — CC95, |
|
|
|
BEND, AFT |
|
00 1A | 0aaa aaaa | System Control 3 Source
(0 — 97) |
|
|
|
OFF, CC01 — CC31, CC33 — CC95, |
|
|
|
BEND, AFT |
|
00 1B | 0aaa aaaa | System Control 4 Source
(0 — 97) |
|
|
|
OFF, CC01 — CC31, CC33 — CC95, |
|
|
|
BEND, AFT |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 1C | 0000 000a | Receive Program Change
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 1D | 0000 000a | Receive Bank Select
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 1E | 0000 000a | System Clock Source
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
INT, MIDI, USB |
|#
00 1F | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb | System Tempo
(20 — 250) |
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
| 00 00 00 21 | Total Size
|
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
1-2-2 System EQ
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
| Offset
|
|
|
Address |
Description
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 00 | 0000 000a | EQ Switch
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
BYPASS, ON |
|
00 01 | 0000 000a | EQ1 Low Frequency
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
200, 400 [Hz] |
|
00 02 | 000a aaaa | EQ1 Low Gain
(0 — 30) |
|
|
|
—15 — +15 |
|
00 03 | 0000 00aa | EQ1 High Frequency
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
2000, 4000, 8000 [Hz] |
|
00 04 | 000a aaaa | EQ1 High Gain
(0 — 30) |
|
|
|
—15 — +15 |
|
00 05 | 0000 000a | EQ2 Low Frequency
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
200, 400 [Hz] |
|
00 06 | 000a aaaa | EQ2 Low Gain
(0 — 30) |
|
|
|
—15 — +15 |
|
00 07 | 0000 00aa | EQ2 High Frequency
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
2000, 4000, 8000 [Hz] |
|
00 08 | 000a aaaa | EQ2 High Gain
(0 — 30) |
|
|
|
—15 — +15 |
|
00 09 | 0000 000a | EQ3 Low Frequency
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
200, 400 [Hz] |
|
00 0A | 000a aaaa | EQ3 Low Gain
(0 — 30) |
|
|
|
—15 — +15 |
|
00 0B | 0000 00aa | EQ3 High Frequency
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
2000, 4000, 8000 [Hz] |
|
00 0C | 000a aaaa | EQ3 High Gain
(0 — 30) |
|
|
|
—15 — +15 |
|
00 0D | 0000 000a | EQ4 Low Frequency
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
200, 400 [Hz] |
|
00 0E | 000a aaaa | EQ4 Low Gain
(0 — 30) |
|
|
|
—15 — +15 |
|
00 0F | 0000 00aa | EQ4 High Frequency
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
2000, 4000, 8000 [Hz] |
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00 10 | 000a aaaa | EQ4 High Gain
(0 — 30) |
|
|
|
—15 — +15 |
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
| 00 00 00 11 | Total Size
|
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
1-3-1 Performance Common
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
| Offset
|
|
|
Address |
Description
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 00 | 0aaa aaaa | Performance Name 1
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 01 | 0aaa aaaa | Performance Name 2
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 02 | 0aaa aaaa | Performance Name 3
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 03 | 0aaa aaaa | Performance Name 4
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 04 | 0aaa aaaa | Performance Name 5
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 05 | 0aaa aaaa | Performance Name 6
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 06 | 0aaa aaaa | Performance Name 7
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 07 | 0aaa aaaa | Performance Name 8
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 08 | 0aaa aaaa | Performance Name 9
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 09 | 0aaa aaaa | Performance Name 10
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 0A | 0aaa aaaa | Performance Name 11
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 0B | 0aaa aaaa | Performance Name 12
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 0C | 00aa aaaa | Solo Part Select
(0 — 32) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 16, 17 — 32<*> |
|
00 0D | 000a aaaa | MFX Control Channel
(0 — 16) |
|
|
|
1 — 16, OFF |
|
00 0E | 0000 000a | MFX Control MIDI1<*>
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 0F | 0000 000a | MFX Control MIDI2<*>
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 10 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 1
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 11 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 2
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 12 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 3
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 13 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 4
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 14 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 5
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 15 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 6
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 16 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 7
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 17 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 8
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 18 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 9
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 19 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 10
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 1A | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 11
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 1B | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 12
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 1C | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 13
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 1D | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 14
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 1E | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 15
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 1F | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 16
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 20 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 17<*>
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 21 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 18<*>
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 22 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 19<*>
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 23 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 20<*>
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 24 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 21<*>
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 25 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 22<*>
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 26 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 23<*>
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 27 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 24<*>
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 28 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 25<*>
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 29 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 26<*>
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 2A | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 27<*>
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 2B | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 28<*>
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 2C | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 29<*>
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 2D | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 30<*>
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 2E | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 31<*>
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|
00 2F | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 32<*>
(0 — 64) |
|
|
|
0 — 63, FULL |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 30 | 00aa aaaa | MFXA Source
(0 — 32) |
|
|
|
PERFORM, 1 — 16, 17 — 32<*> |
|
00 31 | 00aa aaaa | MFXB Source<*>
(0 — 32) |
|
|
|
PERFORM, 1 — 32 |
|
00 32 | 00aa aaaa | MFXC Source<*>
(0 — 32) |
|
|
|
PERFORM, 1 — 32 |
|
00 33 | 00aa aaaa | Chorus Source
(0 — 32) |
|
|
|
PERFORM, 1 — 16, 17 — 32<*> |
|
00 34 | 00aa aaaa | Reverb Source
(0 — 32) |
|
|
|
PERFORM, 1 — 16, 17 — 32<*> |
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
| 00 00 00 35 | Total Size
|
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
1-3-2 Performance Common MFX
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
| Offset
|
|
|
Address |
Description
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 00 | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Type
(0 — 127) |
|
00 01 | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Dry Send Level
(0 — 127) |
|
00 02 | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Chorus Send Level
(0 — 127) |
|
00 03 | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Reverb Send Level
(0 — 127) |
|
00 04 | 0000 00aa | MFX Output Assign
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
A, B, C<*>, D<*> |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 05 | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Control 1 Source
(0 — 101) |
|
|
|
OFF, CC01 — CC31, CC33 — CC95, |
|
|
|
BEND, AFT, SYS1 — SYS4 |
|
00 06 | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Control 1 Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 07 | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Control 2 Source
(0 — 101) |
|
|
|
OFF, CC01 — CC31, CC33 — CC95, |
|
|
|
BEND, AFT, SYS1 — SYS4 |
|
00 08 | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Control 2 Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 09 | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Control 3 Source
(0 — 101) |
|
|
|
OFF, CC01 — CC31, CC33 — CC95, |
|
|
|
BEND, AFT, SYS1 — SYS4 |
|
00 0A | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Control 3 Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 0B | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Control 4 Source
(0 — 101) |
|
|
|
OFF, CC01 — CC31, CC33 — CC95, |
|
|
|
BEND, AFT, SYS1 — SYS4 |
|
00 0C | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Control 4 Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 0D | 000a aaaa | MFX Control Assign 1
(0 — 16) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 16 |
|
00 0E | 000a aaaa | MFX Control Assign 2
(0 — 16) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 16 |
|
00 0F | 000a aaaa | MFX Control Assign 3
(0 — 16) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 16 |
|
00 10 | 000a aaaa | MFX Control Assign 4
(0 — 16) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 16 |
|#
00 11 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 1
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 15 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 2
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 19 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 3
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 1D | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 4
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 21 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 5
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 25 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 6
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 29 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 7
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 2D | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 8
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 31 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 9
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 35 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 10
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 39 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 11
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 3D | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 12
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 41 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 13
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 45 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 14
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 49 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 15
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 4D | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 16
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 51 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 17
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 55 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 18
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 59 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 19
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 5D | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 20
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 61 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 21
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 65 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 22
(12768 — 52768) |
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|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 69 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 23
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 6D | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 24
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 71 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 25
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 75 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 26
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 79 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 27
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 7D | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 28
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
01 01 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 29
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
01 05 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 30
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
01 09 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 31
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
01 0D | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 32
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
| 00 00 01 11 | Total Size
|
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
1-3-3 Performance Common Chorus
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
| Offset
|
|
|
Address |
Description
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 00 | 0000 aaaa | Chorus Type
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
OFF, CHORUS, DELAY, GM2 CHORUS |
|
00 01 | 0aaa aaaa | Chorus Level
(0 — 127) |
|
00 02 | 0000 00aa | Chorus Output Assign
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
A, B, C<*>, D<*> |
|
00 03 | 0000 00aa | Chorus Output Select
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
MAIN, REV, MAIN+REV |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|#
00 04 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 1
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 08 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 2
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 0C | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 3
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 10 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 4
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 14 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 5
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 18 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 6
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 1C | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 7
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 20 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 8
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 24 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 9
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 28 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 10
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 2C | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 11
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 30 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 12
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
| 00 00 00 34 | Total Size
|
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
1-3-4 Performance Common Reverb
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
| Offset
|
|
|
Address |
Description
|
164
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 00 | 0000 aaaa | Reverb Type
(0 — 5) |
|
|
|
OFF, REVERB, SRV ROOM, SRV HALL, SRV PLATE, |
|
|
|
GM2 REVERB |
|
00 01 | 0aaa aaaa | Reverb Level
(0 — 127) |
|
00 02 | 0000 00aa | Reverb Output Assign
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
A, B, C<*>, D<*> |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|#
00 03 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 1
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 07 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 2
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 0B | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 3
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 0F | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 4
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 13 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 5
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 17 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 6
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 1B | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 7
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 1F | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 8
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 23 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 9
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 27 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 10
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 2B | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 11
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 2F | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 12
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 33 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 13
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 37 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 14
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 3B | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 15
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 3F | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 16
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 43 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 17
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 47 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 18
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 4B | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 19
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 4F | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 20
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
| 00 00 00 53 | Total Size
|
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
1-3-5 Performance MIDI
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
| Offset
|
|
|
Address |
Description
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 00 | 0000 000a | Receive Program Change
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 01 | 0000 000a | Receive Bank Select
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 02 | 0000 000a | Receive Bender
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 03 | 0000 000a | Receive Polyphonic Key Pressure
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 04 | 0000 000a | Receive Channel Pressure
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 05 | 0000 000a | Receive Modulation
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 06 | 0000 000a | Receive Volume
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 07 | 0000 000a | Receive Pan
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 08 | 0000 000a | Receive Expression
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 09 | 0000 000a | Receive Hold—1
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
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|
00 0A | 0000 000a | Phase Lock
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 0B | 0000 0aaa | Velocity Curve Type
(0 — 4) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 4 |
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
| 00 00 00 0C | Total Size
|
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
1-3-6 Performance Part
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
| Offset
|
|
|
Address |
Description
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 00 | 0000 aaaa | Receive Channel
(0 — 15) |
|
|
|
1 — 16 |
|
00 01 | 0000 000a | Receive Switch
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 02 | 0000 000a | Receive MIDI1<*>
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 03 | 0000 000a | Receive MIDI2<*>
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 04 | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Bank Select MSB (CC# 0)
(0 — 127) |
|
00 05 | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Bank Select LSB (CC# 32)
(0 — 127) |
|
00 06 | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Program Number (PC)
(0 — 127) |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 07 | 0aaa aaaa | Part Level (CC# 7)
(0 — 127) |
|
00 08 | 0aaa aaaa | Part Pan (CC# 10)
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
L64 — 63R |
|
00 09 | 0aaa aaaa | Part Coarse Tune (RPN# 2)
(16 — 112) |
|
|
|
—48 — +48 |
|
00 0A | 0aaa aaaa | Part Fine Tune (RPN# 1)
(14 — 114) |
|
|
|
—50 — +50 |
|
00 0B | 0000 00aa | Part Mono/Poly (MONO ON/POLY ON)
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
MONO, POLY, PATCH |
|
00 0C | 0000 00aa | Part Legato Switch (CC# 68)
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON, PATCH |
|
00 0D | 000a aaaa | Part Pitch Bend Range (RPN# 0)
(0 — 25) |
|
|
|
0 — 24, PATCH |
|
00 0E | 0000 00aa | Part Portamento Switch (CC# 65)
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON, PATCH |
|#
00 0F | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb | Part Portamento Time (CC# 5)
(0 — 128) |
|
|
|
0 — 127, PATCH |
|
00 11 | 0aaa aaaa | Part Cutoff Offset (CC# 74)
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
00 12 | 0aaa aaaa | Part Resonance Offset (CC# 71)
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
00 13 | 0aaa aaaa | Part Attack Time Offset (CC# 73)
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
00 14 | 0aaa aaaa | Part Release Time Offset (CC# 72)
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 15 | 0000 0aaa | Part Octave Shift
(61 — 67) |
|
|
|
—3 — +3 |
|
00 16 | 0aaa aaaa | Part Velocity Sens Offset
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 17 | 0aaa aaaa | Keyboard Range Lower
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
C—1 — UPPER |
|
00 18 | 0aaa aaaa | Keyboard Range Upper
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
LOWER — G9 |
|
00 19 | 0aaa aaaa | Keyboard Fade Width Lower
(0 — 127) |
|
00 1A | 0aaa aaaa | Keyboard Fade Width Upper
(0 — 127) |
|
00 1B | 0000 000a | Mute Switch
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, MUTE |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 1C | 0aaa aaaa | Part Dry Send Level
(0 — 127) |
|
00 1D | 0aaa aaaa | Part Chorus Send Level (CC# 93)
(0 — 127) |
|
00 1E | 0aaa aaaa | Part Reverb Send Level (CC# 91)
(0 — 127) |
|
00 1F | 0000 aaaa | Part Output Assign
(0 — 13) |
|
|
|
MFX, A, B, C<*>, D<*>, |
|
|
|
1, 2, 3, 4, 5<*>, 6<*>, 7<*>, 8<*>, |
|
|
|
PATCH |
|
00 20 | 0000 00aa | Part Output MFX Select
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
MFXA, MFXB, MFXC |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 21 | 0aaa aaaa | Part Decay Time Offset (CC# 75)
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 22 | 0aaa aaaa | Part Vibrato Rate (CC# 76)
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
00 23 | 0aaa aaaa | Part Vibrato Depth (CC# 77)
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
00 24 | 0aaa aaaa | Part Vibrato Delay (CC# 78)
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 25 | 0aaa aaaa | Part Scale Tune for C
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
00 26 | 0aaa aaaa | Part Scale Tune for C#
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
00 27 | 0aaa aaaa | Part Scale Tune for D
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
00 28 | 0aaa aaaa | Part Scale Tune for D#
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
00 29 | 0aaa aaaa | Part Scale Tune for E
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
00 2A | 0aaa aaaa | Part Scale Tune for F
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
00 2B | 0aaa aaaa | Part Scale Tune for F#
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
00 2C | 0aaa aaaa | Part Scale Tune for G
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
00 2D | 0aaa aaaa | Part Scale Tune for G#
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
00 2E | 0aaa aaaa | Part Scale Tune for A
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
00 2F | 0aaa aaaa | Part Scale Tune for A#
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
00 30 | 0aaa aaaa | Part Scale Tune for B
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
| 00 00 00 31 | Total Size
|
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
1-4-1-1 Patch Common
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
| Offset
|
|
|
Address |
Description
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 00 | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Name 1
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 01 | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Name 2
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 02 | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Name 3
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 03 | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Name 4
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 04 | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Name 5
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 05 | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Name 6
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 06 | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Name 7
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 07 | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Name 8
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 08 | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Name 9
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 09 | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Name 10
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 0A | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Name 11
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 0B | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Name 12
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 0C | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Category
(0 — 127) |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 0D | 0000 000a | Tone Type<*>
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
4TONES, MULTI—PARTIAL |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 0E | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Level
(0 — 127) |
|
00 0F | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Pan
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
L64 — 63R |
|
00 10 | 0000 000a | Patch Priority
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
LAST, LOUDEST |
|
00 11 | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Coarse Tune
(16 — 112) |
|
|
|
—48 — +48 |
|
00 12 | 0aaa aaaa | Patch Fine Tune
(14 — 114) |
|
|
|
—50 — +50 |
|
00 13 | 0000 0aaa | Octave Shift
(61 — 67) |
|
|
|
—3 — +3 |
|
00 14 | 0000 00aa | Stretch Tune Depth
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 3 |
|
00 15 | 0aaa aaaa | Analog Feel
(0 — 127) |
|
00 16 | 0000 000a | Mono/Poly
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
MONO, POLY |
|
00 17 | 0000 000a | Legato Switch
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 18 | 0000 000a | Legato Retrigger
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 19 | 0000 000a | Portamento Switch
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 1A | 0000 000a | Portamento Mode
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
NORMAL, LEGATO |
|
00 1B | 0000 000a | Portamento Type
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
RATE, TIME |
|
00 1C | 0000 000a | Portamento Start
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
PITCH, NOTE |
|
00 1D | 0aaa aaaa | Portamento Time
(0 — 127) |
|
00 1E | 0000 000a | Patch Clock Source
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
PATCH, SYSTEM |
|#
00 1F | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb | Patch Tempo
(20 — 250) |
|
00 21 | 0000 000a | One Shot Mode<*>
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 22 | 0aaa aaaa | Cutoff Offset
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 23 | 0aaa aaaa | Resonance Offset
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 24 | 0aaa aaaa | Attack Time Offset
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 25 | 0aaa aaaa | Release Time Offset
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 26 | 0aaa aaaa | Velocity Sens Offset
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 27 | 0000 aaaa | Patch Output Assign
(0 — 13) |
|
|
|
MFX, A, B, C<*>, D<*>, |
|
|
|
1, 2, 3, 4, 5<*>, 6<*>, 7<*>, 8<*>, |
|
|
|
TONE |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 28 | 0000 000a | TMT Control Switch
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 29 | 00aa aaaa | Pitch Bend Range Up
(0 — 48) |
|
00 2A | 00aa aaaa | Pitch Bend Range Down
(0 — 48) |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 2B | 0aaa aaaa | Matrix Control 1 Source
(0 — 109) |
|
|
|
OFF, CC01 — CC31, CC33 — CC95, |
|
|
|
BEND, AFT, SYS1 — SYS4, VELOCITY, |
|
|
|
KEYFOLLOW, TEMPO, LFO1, LFO2, |
|
|
|
PIT—ENV, TVF—ENV, TVA—ENV |
|
00 2C | 00aa aaaa | Matrix Control 1 Destination 1
(0 — 33) |
|
|
|
OFF, PCH, CUT, RES, LEV, PAN, |
|
|
|
DRY, CHO, REV, PIT—LFO1, PIT—LFO2, |
|
|
|
TVF—LFO1, TVF—LFO2, TVA—LFO1, TVA—LFO2, |
|
|
|
PAN—LFO1, PAN—LFO2, LFO1—RATE, LFO2—RATE, |
|
|
|
PIT—ATK, PIT—DCY, PIT—REL, |
|
|
|
TVF—ATK, TVF—DCY, TVF—REL, |
|
|
|
TVA—ATK, TVA—DCY, TVA—REL, |
|
|
|
TMT, FXM, MFX-CTRL1, MFX-CTRL2, |
|
|
|
MFX-CTRL3, MFX-CTRL4 |
|
00 2D | 0aaa aaaa | Matrix Control 1 Sens 1
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 2E | 00aa aaaa | Matrix Control 1 Destination 2
(0 — 33) |
|
|
|
OFF, PCH, CUT, RES, LEV, PAN, |
|
|
|
DRY, CHO, REV, PIT—LFO1, PIT—LFO2, |
|
|
|
TVF—LFO1, TVF—LFO2, TVA—LFO1, TVA—LFO2, |
|
|
|
PAN—LFO1, PAN—LFO2, LFO1—RATE, LFO2—RATE, |
|
|
|
PIT—ATK, PIT—DCY, PIT—REL, |
|
|
|
TVF—ATK, TVF—DCY, TVF—REL, |
|
|
|
TVA—ATK, TVA—DCY, TVA—REL, |
|
|
|
TMT, FXM, MFX-CTRL1, MFX-CTRL2, |
|
|
|
MFX-CTRL3, MFX-CTRL4 |
|
00 2F | 0aaa aaaa | Matrix Control 1 Sens 2
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 30 | 00aa aaaa | Matrix Control 1 Destination 3
(0 — 33) |
|
|
|
OFF, PCH, CUT, RES, LEV, PAN, |
|
|
|
DRY, CHO, REV, PIT—LFO1, PIT—LFO2, |
|
|
|
TVF—LFO1, TVF—LFO2, TVA—LFO1, TVA—LFO2, |
|
|
|
PAN—LFO1, PAN—LFO2, LFO1—RATE, LFO2—RATE, |
|
|
|
PIT—ATK, PIT—DCY, PIT—REL, |
|
|
|
TVF—ATK, TVF—DCY, TVF—REL, |
|
|
|
TVA—ATK, TVA—DCY, TVA—REL, |
|
|
|
TMT, FXM, MFX-CTRL1, MFX-CTRL2, |
|
|
|
MFX-CTRL3, MFX-CTRL4 |
|
00 31 | 0aaa aaaa | Matrix Control 1 Sens 3
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 32 | 00aa aaaa | Matrix Control 1 Destination 4
(0 — 33) |
|
|
|
OFF, PCH, CUT, RES, LEV, PAN, |
|
|
|
DRY, CHO, REV, PIT—LFO1, PIT—LFO2, |
|
|
|
TVF—LFO1, TVF—LFO2, TVA—LFO1, TVA—LFO2, |
|
|
|
PAN—LFO1, PAN—LFO2, LFO1—RATE, LFO2—RATE, |
|
|
|
PIT—ATK, PIT—DCY, PIT—REL, |
|
|
|
TVF—ATK, TVF—DCY, TVF—REL, |
|
|
|
TVA—ATK, TVA—DCY, TVA—REL, |
|
|
|
TMT, FXM, MFX-CTRL1, MFX-CTRL2, |
|
|
|
MFX-CTRL3, MFX-CTRL4 |
|
00 33 | 0aaa aaaa | Matrix Control 1 Sens 4
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 34 | 0aaa aaaa | Matrix Control 2 Source
(0 — 109) |
|
|
|
OFF, CC01 — CC31, CC33 — CC95, |
|
|
|
BEND, AFT, SYS1 — SYS4, VELOCITY, |
|
|
|
KEYFOLLOW, TEMPO, LFO1, LFO2, |
|
|
|
PIT—ENV, TVF—ENV, TVA—ENV |
|
00 35 | 00aa aaaa | Matrix Control 2 Destination 1
(0 — 33) |
|
|
|
OFF, PCH, CUT, RES, LEV, PAN, |
|
|
|
DRY, CHO, REV, PIT—LFO1, PIT—LFO2, |
|
|
|
TVF—LFO1, TVF—LFO2, TVA—LFO1, TVA—LFO2, |
|
|
|
PAN—LFO1, PAN—LFO2, LFO1—RATE, LFO2—RATE, |
|
|
|
PIT—ATK, PIT—DCY, PIT—REL, |
|
|
|
TVF—ATK, TVF—DCY, TVF—REL, |
|
|
|
TVA—ATK, TVA—DCY, TVA—REL, |
|
|
|
TMT, FXM, MFX-CTRL1, MFX-CTRL2, |
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MIDI Implementation
|
|
|
MFX-CTRL3, MFX-CTRL4 |
|
00 36 | 0aaa aaaa | Matrix Control 2 Sens 1
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 37 | 00aa aaaa | Matrix Control 2 Destination 2
(0 — 33) |
|
|
|
OFF, PCH, CUT, RES, LEV, PAN, |
|
|
|
DRY, CHO, REV, PIT—LFO1, PIT—LFO2, |
|
|
|
TVF—LFO1, TVF—LFO2, TVA—LFO1, TVA—LFO2, |
|
|
|
PAN—LFO1, PAN—LFO2, LFO1—RATE, LFO2—RATE, |
|
|
|
PIT—ATK, PIT—DCY, PIT—REL, |
|
|
|
TVF—ATK, TVF—DCY, TVF—REL, |
|
|
|
TVA—ATK, TVA—DCY, TVA—REL, |
|
|
|
TMT, FXM, MFX-CTRL1, MFX-CTRL2, |
|
|
|
MFX-CTRL3, MFX-CTRL4 |
|
00 38 | 0aaa aaaa | Matrix Control 2 Sens 2
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 39 | 00aa aaaa | Matrix Control 2 Destination 3
(0 — 33) |
|
|
|
OFF, PCH, CUT, RES, LEV, PAN, |
|
|
|
DRY, CHO, REV, PIT—LFO1, PIT—LFO2, |
|
|
|
TVF—LFO1, TVF—LFO2, TVA—LFO1, TVA—LFO2, |
|
|
|
PAN—LFO1, PAN—LFO2, LFO1—RATE, LFO2—RATE, |
|
|
|
PIT—ATK, PIT—DCY, PIT—REL, |
|
|
|
TVF—ATK, TVF—DCY, TVF—REL, |
|
|
|
TVA—ATK, TVA—DCY, TVA—REL, |
|
|
|
TMT, FXM, MFX-CTRL1, MFX-CTRL2, |
|
|
|
MFX-CTRL3, MFX-CTRL4 |
|
00 3A | 0aaa aaaa | Matrix Control 2 Sens 3
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 3B | 00aa aaaa | Matrix Control 2 Destination 4
(0 — 33) |
|
|
|
OFF, PCH, CUT, RES, LEV, PAN, |
|
|
|
DRY, CHO, REV, PIT—LFO1, PIT—LFO2, |
|
|
|
TVF—LFO1, TVF—LFO2, TVA—LFO1, TVA—LFO2, |
|
|
|
PAN—LFO1, PAN—LFO2, LFO1—RATE, LFO2—RATE, |
|
|
|
PIT—ATK, PIT—DCY, PIT—REL, |
|
|
|
TVF—ATK, TVF—DCY, TVF—REL, |
|
|
|
TVA—ATK, TVA—DCY, TVA—REL, |
|
|
|
TMT, FXM, MFX-CTRL1, MFX-CTRL2, |
|
|
|
MFX-CTRL3, MFX-CTRL4 |
|
00 3C | 0aaa aaaa | Matrix Control 2 Sens 4
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 3D | 0aaa aaaa | Matrix Control 3 Source
(0 — 109) |
|
|
|
OFF, CC01 — CC31, CC33 — CC95, |
|
|
|
BEND, AFT, SYS1 — SYS4, VELOCITY, |
|
|
|
KEYFOLLOW, TEMPO, LFO1, LFO2, |
|
|
|
PIT—ENV, TVF—ENV, TVA—ENV |
|
00 3E | 00aa aaaa | Matrix Control 3 Destination 1
(0 — 33) |
|
|
|
OFF, PCH, CUT, RES, LEV, PAN, |
|
|
|
DRY, CHO, REV, PIT—LFO1, PIT—LFO2, |
|
|
|
TVF—LFO1, TVF—LFO2, TVA—LFO1, TVA—LFO2, |
|
|
|
PAN—LFO1, PAN—LFO2, LFO1—RATE, LFO2—RATE, |
|
|
|
PIT—ATK, PIT—DCY, PIT—REL, |
|
|
|
TVF—ATK, TVF—DCY, TVF—REL, |
|
|
|
TVA—ATK, TVA—DCY, TVA—REL, |
|
|
|
TMT, FXM, MFX-CTRL1, MFX-CTRL2, |
|
|
|
MFX-CTRL3, MFX-CTRL4 |
|
00 3F | 0aaa aaaa | Matrix Control 3 Sens 1
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 40 | 00aa aaaa | Matrix Control 3 Destination 2
(0 — 33) |
|
|
|
OFF, PCH, CUT, RES, LEV, PAN, |
|
|
|
DRY, CHO, REV, PIT—LFO1, PIT—LFO2, |
|
|
|
TVF—LFO1, TVF—LFO2, TVA—LFO1, TVA—LFO2, |
|
|
|
PAN—LFO1, PAN—LFO2, LFO1—RATE, LFO2—RATE, |
|
|
|
PIT—ATK, PIT—DCY, PIT—REL, |
|
|
|
TVF—ATK, TVF—DCY, TVF—REL, |
|
|
|
TVA—ATK, TVA—DCY, TVA—REL, |
|
|
|
TMT, FXM, MFX-CTRL1, MFX-CTRL2, |
|
|
|
MFX-CTRL3, MFX-CTRL4 |
|
00 41 | 0aaa aaaa | Matrix Control 3 Sens 2
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 42 | 00aa aaaa | Matrix Control 3 Destination 3
(0 — 33) |
|
|
|
OFF, PCH, CUT, RES, LEV, PAN, |
|
|
|
DRY, CHO, REV, PIT—LFO1, PIT—LFO2, |
|
|
|
TVF—LFO1, TVF—LFO2, TVA—LFO1, TVA—LFO2, |
|
|
|
PAN—LFO1, PAN—LFO2, LFO1—RATE, LFO2—RATE, |
|
|
|
PIT—ATK, PIT—DCY, PIT—REL, |
|
|
|
TVF—ATK, TVF—DCY, TVF—REL, |
|
|
|
TVA—ATK, TVA—DCY, TVA—REL, |
|
|
|
TMT, FXM, MFX-CTRL1, MFX-CTRL2, |
|
|
|
MFX-CTRL3, MFX-CTRL4 |
|
00 43 | 0aaa aaaa | Matrix Control 3 Sens 3
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 44 | 00aa aaaa | Matrix Control 3 Destination 4
(0 — 33) |
|
|
|
OFF, PCH, CUT, RES, LEV, PAN, |
|
|
|
DRY, CHO, REV, PIT—LFO1, PIT—LFO2, |
|
|
|
TVF—LFO1, TVF—LFO2, TVA—LFO1, TVA—LFO2, |
|
|
|
PAN—LFO1, PAN—LFO2, LFO1—RATE, LFO2—RATE, |
|
|
|
PIT—ATK, PIT—DCY, PIT—REL, |
|
|
|
TVF—ATK, TVF—DCY, TVF—REL, |
|
|
|
TVA—ATK, TVA—DCY, TVA—REL, |
|
|
|
TMT, FXM, MFX-CTRL1, MFX-CTRL2, |
|
|
|
MFX-CTRL3, MFX-CTRL4 |
|
00 45 | 0aaa aaaa | Matrix Control 3 Sens 4
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 46 | 0aaa aaaa | Matrix Control 4 Source
(0 — 109) |
|
|
|
OFF, CC01 — CC31, CC33 — CC95, |
|
|
|
BEND, AFT, SYS1 — SYS4, VELOCITY, |
|
|
|
KEYFOLLOW, TEMPO, LFO1, LFO2, |
|
|
|
PIT—ENV, TVF—ENV, TVA—ENV |
|
00 47 | 00aa aaaa | Matrix Control 4 Destination 1
(0 — 33) |
|
|
|
OFF, PCH, CUT, RES, LEV, PAN, |
|
|
|
DRY, CHO, REV, PIT—LFO1, PIT—LFO2, |
|
|
|
TVF—LFO1, TVF—LFO2, TVA—LFO1, TVA—LFO2, |
|
|
|
PAN—LFO1, PAN—LFO2, LFO1—RATE, LFO2—RATE, |
|
|
|
PIT—ATK, PIT—DCY, PIT—REL, |
|
|
|
TVF—ATK, TVF—DCY, TVF—REL, |
|
|
|
TVA—ATK, TVA—DCY, TVA—REL, |
|
|
|
TMT, FXM, MFX-CTRL1, MFX-CTRL2, |
|
|
|
MFX-CTRL3, MFX-CTRL4 |
|
00 48 | 0aaa aaaa | Matrix Control 4 Sens 1
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 49 | 00aa aaaa | Matrix Control 4 Destination 2
(0 — 33) |
|
|
|
OFF, PCH, CUT, RES, LEV, PAN, |
|
|
|
DRY, CHO, REV, PIT—LFO1, PIT—LFO2, |
|
|
|
TVF—LFO1, TVF—LFO2, TVA—LFO1, TVA—LFO2, |
|
|
|
PAN—LFO1, PAN—LFO2, LFO1—RATE, LFO2—RATE, |
|
|
|
PIT—ATK, PIT—DCY, PIT—REL, |
|
|
|
TVF—ATK, TVF—DCY, TVF—REL, |
|
|
|
TVA—ATK, TVA—DCY, TVA—REL, |
|
|
|
TMT, FXM, MFX-CTRL1, MFX-CTRL2, |
|
|
|
MFX-CTRL3, MFX-CTRL4 |
|
00 4A | 0aaa aaaa | Matrix Control 4 Sens 2
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 4B | 00aa aaaa | Matrix Control 4 Destination 3
(0 — 33) |
|
|
|
OFF, PCH, CUT, RES, LEV, PAN, |
|
|
|
DRY, CHO, REV, PIT—LFO1, PIT—LFO2, |
|
|
|
TVF—LFO1, TVF—LFO2, TVA—LFO1, TVA—LFO2, |
|
|
|
PAN—LFO1, PAN—LFO2, LFO1—RATE, LFO2—RATE, |
|
|
|
PIT—ATK, PIT—DCY, PIT—REL, |
|
|
|
TVF—ATK, TVF—DCY, TVF—REL, |
|
|
|
TVA—ATK, TVA—DCY, TVA—REL, |
|
|
|
TMT, FXM, MFX-CTRL1, MFX-CTRL2, |
|
|
|
MFX-CTRL3, MFX-CTRL4 |
|
00 4C | 0aaa aaaa | Matrix Control 4 Sens 3
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 4D | 00aa aaaa | Matrix Control 4 Destination 4
(0 — 33) |
|
|
|
OFF, PCH, CUT, RES, LEV, PAN, |
|
|
|
DRY, CHO, REV, PIT—LFO1, PIT—LFO2, |
166
|
|
|
TVF—LFO1, TVF—LFO2, TVA—LFO1, TVA—LFO2, |
|
|
|
PAN—LFO1, PAN—LFO2, LFO1—RATE, LFO2—RATE, |
|
|
|
PIT—ATK, PIT—DCY, PIT—REL, |
|
|
|
TVF—ATK, TVF—DCY, TVF—REL, |
|
|
|
TVA—ATK, TVA—DCY, TVA—REL, |
|
|
|
TMT, FXM, MFX-CTRL1, MFX-CTRL2, |
|
|
|
MFX-CTRL3, MFX-CTRL4 |
|
00 4E | 0aaa aaaa | Matrix Control 4 Sens 4
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
| 00 00 00 4F | Total Size
|
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
1-4-1-2 Patch Common MFX
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
| Offset
|
|
|
Address |
Description
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 00 | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Type
(0 — 127) |
|
00 01 | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Dry Send Level
(0 — 127) |
|
00 02 | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Chorus Send Level
(0 — 127) |
|
00 03 | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Reverb Send Level
(0 — 127) |
|
00 04 | 0000 00aa | MFX Output Assign
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
A, B, C<*>, D<*> |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 05 | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Control 1 Source
(0 — 101) |
|
|
|
OFF, CC01 — CC31, CC33 — CC95, |
|
|
|
BEND, AFT, SYS1 — SYS4 |
|
00 06 | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Control 1 Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 07 | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Control 2 Source
(0 — 101) |
|
|
|
OFF, CC01 — CC31, CC33 — CC95, |
|
|
|
BEND, AFT, SYS1 — SYS4 |
|
00 08 | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Control 2 Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 09 | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Control 3 Source
(0 — 101) |
|
|
|
OFF, CC01 — CC31, CC33 — CC95, |
|
|
|
BEND, AFT, SYS1 — SYS4 |
|
00 0A | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Control 3 Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 0B | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Control 4 Source
(0 — 101) |
|
|
|
OFF, CC01 — CC31, CC33 — CC95, |
|
|
|
BEND, AFT, SYS1 — SYS4 |
|
00 0C | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Control 4 Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 0D | 000a aaaa | MFX Control Assign 1
(0 — 16) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 16 |
|
00 0E | 000a aaaa | MFX Control Assign 2
(0 — 16) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 16 |
|
00 0F | 000a aaaa | MFX Control Assign 3
(0 — 16) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 16 |
|
00 10 | 000a aaaa | MFX Control Assign 4
(0 — 16) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 16 |
|#
00 11 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 1
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 15 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 2
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 19 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 3
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 1D | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 4
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 21 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 5
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 25 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 6
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 29 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 7
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 2D | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 8
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 31 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 9
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 35 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 10
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 39 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 11
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 3D | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 12
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 41 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 13
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 45 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 14
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 49 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 15
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 4D | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 16
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 51 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
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MIDI Implementation
1-4-1-3 Patch Common Chorus
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
| Offset
|
|
|
Address |
Description
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 00 | 0000 aaaa | Chorus Type
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
OFF, CHORUS, DELAY, GM2 CHORUS |
|
00 01 | 0aaa aaaa | Chorus Level
(0 — 127) |
|
00 02 | 0000 00aa | Chorus Output Assign
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
A, B, C<*>, D<*> |
|
00 03 | 0000 00aa | Chorus Output Select
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
MAIN, REV, MAIN+REV |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|#
00 04 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 1
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 08 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 2
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 0C | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 3
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 10 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 4
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 14 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 5
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 18 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 6
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 1C | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 7
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 20 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 8
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 24 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 9
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 28 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 10
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 2C | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 11
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 30 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 12
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
| 00 00 00 34 | Total Size
|
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
1-4-1-4 Patch Common Reverb
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
| Offset
|
|
|
Address |
Description
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 00 | 0000 aaaa | Reverb Type
(0 — 5) |
|
|
|
OFF, REVERB, SRV ROOM, SRV HALL, SRV PLATE, |
|
|
|
GM2 REVERB |
|
00 01 | 0aaa aaaa | Reverb Level
(0 — 127) |
|
00 02 | 0000 00aa | Reverb Output Assign
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
A, B, C<*>, D<*> |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|#
00 03 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 1
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 07 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 2
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 0B | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 3
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 0F | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 4
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 13 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 5
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 17 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 6
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 1B | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 7
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 1F | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 8
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 23 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 9
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 27 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 10
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 2B | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 11
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 2F | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 12
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 33 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 13
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 37 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 14
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 3B | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 15
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 3F | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 16
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 43 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 17
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 47 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 18
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 4B | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 19
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 4F | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 20
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
| 00 00 00 53 | Total Size
|
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
167
Appendices
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 17
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 55 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 18
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 59 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 19
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 5D | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 20
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 61 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 21
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 65 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 22
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 69 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 23
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 6D | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 24
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 71 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 25
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 75 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 26
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 79 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 27
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 7D | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 28
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
01 01 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 29
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
01 05 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 30
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
01 09 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 31
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
01 0D | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 32
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
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| 00 00 01 11 | Total Size
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MIDI Implementation
1-4-1-5 Patch TMT (Tone Mix Table)
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
| Offset
|
|
|
Address |
Description
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 00 | 0000 aaaa | Structure Type 1 & 2
(0 — 9) |
|
|
|
1 — 10 |
|
00 01 | 0000 00aa | Booster 1 & 2
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
0, +6, +12, +18 [dB] |
|
00 02 | 0000 aaaa | Structure Type 3 & 4
(0 — 9) |
|
|
|
1 — 10 |
|
00 03 | 0000 00aa | Booster 3 & 4
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
0, +6, +12, +18 [dB] |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 04 | 0000 00aa | TMT Velocity Control
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON, RANDOM |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 05 | 0000 000a | TMT1 Tone Switch
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 06 | 0aaa aaaa | TMT1 Keyboard Range Lower
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
C—1 — UPPER |
|
00 07 | 0aaa aaaa | TMT1 Keyboard Range Upper
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
LOWER — G9 |
|
00 08 | 0aaa aaaa | TMT1 Keyboard Fade Width Lower
(0 — 127) |
|
00 09 | 0aaa aaaa | TMT1 Keyboard Fade Width Upper
(0 — 127) |
|
00 0A | 0aaa aaaa | TMT1 Velocity Range Lower
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
1 — UPPER |
|
00 0B | 0aaa aaaa | TMT1 Velocity Range Upper
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
LOWER — 127 |
|
00 0C | 0aaa aaaa | TMT1 Velocity Fade Width Lower
(0 — 127) |
|
00 0D | 0aaa aaaa | TMT1 Velocity Fade Width Upper
(0 — 127) |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 0E | 0000 000a | TMT2 Tone Switch
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 0F | 0aaa aaaa | TMT2 Keyboard Range Lower
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
C—1 — UPPER |
|
00 10 | 0aaa aaaa | TMT2 Keyboard Range Upper
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
LOWER — G9 |
|
00 11 | 0aaa aaaa | TMT2 Keyboard Fade Width Lower
(0 — 127) |
|
00 12 | 0aaa aaaa | TMT2 Keyboard Fade Width Upper
(0 — 127) |
|
00 13 | 0aaa aaaa | TMT2 Velocity Range Lower
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
1 — UPPER |
|
00 14 | 0aaa aaaa | TMT2 Velocity Range Upper
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
LOWER — 127 |
|
00 15 | 0aaa aaaa | TMT2 Velocity Fade Width Lower
(0 — 127) |
|
00 16 | 0aaa aaaa | TMT2 Velocity Fade Width Upper
(0 — 127) |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 17 | 0000 000a | TMT3 Tone Switch
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 18 | 0aaa aaaa | TMT3 Keyboard Range Lower
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
C—1 — UPPER |
|
00 19 | 0aaa aaaa | TMT3 Keyboard Range Upper
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
LOWER — G9 |
|
00 1A | 0aaa aaaa | TMT3 Keyboard Fade Width Lower
(0 — 127) |
|
00 1B | 0aaa aaaa | TMT3 Keyboard Fade Width Upper
(0 — 127) |
|
00 1C | 0aaa aaaa | TMT3 Velocity Range Lower
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
1 — UPPER |
|
00 1D | 0aaa aaaa | TMT3 Velocity Range Upper
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
LOWER — 127 |
|
00 1E | 0aaa aaaa | TMT3 Velocity Fade Width Lower
(0 — 127) |
|
00 1F | 0aaa aaaa | TMT3 Velocity Fade Width Upper
(0 — 127) |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 20 | 0000 000a | TMT4 Tone Switch
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 21 | 0aaa aaaa | TMT4 Keyboard Range Lower
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
C—1 — UPPER |
|
00 22 | 0aaa aaaa | TMT4 Keyboard Range Upper
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
LOWER — G9 |
|
00 23 | 0aaa aaaa | TMT4 Keyboard Fade Width Lower
(0 — 127) |
|
00 24 | 0aaa aaaa | TMT4 Keyboard Fade Width Upper
(0 — 127) |
|
00 25 | 0aaa aaaa | TMT4 Velocity Range Lower
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
1 — UPPER |
|
00 26 | 0aaa aaaa | TMT4 Velocity Range Upper
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
LOWER — 127 |
|
00 27 | 0aaa aaaa | TMT4 Velocity Fade Width Lower
(0 — 127) |
|
00 28 | 0aaa aaaa | TMT4 Velocity Fade Width Upper
(0 — 127) |
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
| 00 00 00 29 | Total Size
|
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1-4-1-6 Patch Tone
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
| Offset
|
|
|
Address |
Description
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 00 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Level
(0 — 127) |
|
00 01 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Coarse Tune
(16 — 112) |
|
|
|
—48 — +48 |
|
00 02 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Fine Tune
(14 — 114) |
|
|
|
—50 — +50 |
|
00 03 | 000a aaaa | Tone Random Pitch Depth
(0 — 30) |
|
|
|
0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, |
|
|
|
10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, |
|
|
|
90, 100, 200, 300, 400, 500, |
|
|
|
600, 700, 800, 900, 1000, 1100, |
|
|
|
1200 |
|
00 04 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Pan
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
L64 — 63R |
|
00 05 | 000a aaaa | Tone Pan Keyfollow
(54 — 74) |
|
|
|
—100 — +100 |
|
00 06 | 00aa aaaa | Tone Random Pan Depth
(0 — 63) |
|
00 07 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Alternate Pan Depth
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
L63 — 63R |
|
00 08 | 0000 000a | Tone Env Mode
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
NO—SUS, SUSTAIN |
|
00 09 | 0000 00aa | Tone Delay Mode
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
NORMAL, HOLD, KEY—OFF—NORMAL, |
|
|
|
KEY—OFF—DECAY |
|#
00 0A | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb | Tone Delay Time
(0 — 149) |
|
|
|
0 — 127, MUSICAL—NOTES |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 0C | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Dry Send Level
(0 — 127) |
|
00 0D | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Chorus Send Level (MFX)
(0 — 127) |
|
00 0E | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Reverb Send Level (MFX)
(0 — 127) |
|
00 0F | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Chorus Send Level (non MFX)
(0 — 127) |
|
00 10 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Reverb Send Level (non MFX)
(0 — 127) |
|
00 11 | 0000 aaaa | Tone Output Assign
(0 — 12) |
|
|
|
MFX, A, B, C<*>, D<*>, |
|
|
|
1, 2, 3, 4, 5<*>, 6<*>, 7<*>, 8<*> |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 12 | 0000 000a | Tone Receive Bender
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 13 | 0000 000a | Tone Receive Expression
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 14 | 0000 000a | Tone Receive Hold—1
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 15 | 0000 000a | Tone Receive Pan Mode
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
CONTINUOUS, KEY—ON |
|
00 16 | 0000 000a | Tone Redamper Switch
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 17 | 0000 00aa | Tone Control 1 Switch 1
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON, REVERSE |
|
00 18 | 0000 00aa | Tone Control 1 Switch 2
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON, REVERSE |
168
|
00 19 | 0000 00aa | Tone Control 1 Switch 3
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON, REVERSE |
|
00 1A | 0000 00aa | Tone Control 1 Switch 4
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON, REVERSE |
|
00 1B | 0000 00aa | Tone Control 2 Switch 1
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON, REVERSE |
|
00 1C | 0000 00aa | Tone Control 2 Switch 2
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON, REVERSE |
|
00 1D | 0000 00aa | Tone Control 2 Switch 3
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON, REVERSE |
|
00 1E | 0000 00aa | Tone Control 2 Switch 4
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON, REVERSE |
|
00 1F | 0000 00aa | Tone Control 3 Switch 1
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON, REVERSE |
|
00 20 | 0000 00aa | Tone Control 3 Switch 2
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON, REVERSE |
|
00 21 | 0000 00aa | Tone Control 3 Switch 3
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON, REVERSE |
|
00 22 | 0000 00aa | Tone Control 3 Switch 4
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON, REVERSE |
|
00 23 | 0000 00aa | Tone Control 4 Switch 1
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON, REVERSE |
|
00 24 | 0000 00aa | Tone Control 4 Switch 2
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON, REVERSE |
|
00 25 | 0000 00aa | Tone Control 4 Switch 3
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON, REVERSE |
|
00 26 | 0000 00aa | Tone Control 4 Switch 4
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON, REVERSE |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 27 | 0000 00aa | Wave Group Type
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
INT, SR—JV80, SRX, SAMPLE<*> |
|#
00 28 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Wave Group ID
(0 — 16384) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 16384 |
|#
00 2C | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Wave Number L (Mono)
(0 — 16384) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 16384 |
|#
00 30 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Wave Number R
(0 — 16384) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 16384 |
|
00 34 | 0000 00aa | Wave Gain
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
—6, 0, +6, +12 [dB] |
|
00 35 | 0000 000a | Wave FXM Switch
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 36 | 0000 00aa | Wave FXM Color
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
1 — 4 |
|
00 37 | 000a aaaa | Wave FXM Depth
(0 — 16) |
|
00 38 | 0000 000a | Wave Tempo Sync
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 39 | 00aa aaaa | Wave Pitch Keyfollow
(44 — 84) |
|
|
|
—200 — +200 |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 3A | 000a aaaa | Pitch Env Depth
(52 — 76) |
|
|
|
—12 — +12 |
|
00 3B | 0aaa aaaa | Pitch Env Velocity Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 3C | 0aaa aaaa | Pitch Env Time 1 Velocity Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 3D | 0aaa aaaa | Pitch Env Time 4 Velocity Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 3E | 000a aaaa | Pitch Env Time Keyfollow
(54 — 74) |
|
|
|
—100 — +100 |
|
00 3F | 0aaa aaaa | Pitch Env Time 1
(0 — 127) |
|
00 40 | 0aaa aaaa | Pitch Env Time 2
(0 — 127) |
|
00 41 | 0aaa aaaa | Pitch Env Time 3
(0 — 127) |
|
00 42 | 0aaa aaaa | Pitch Env Time 4
(0 — 127) |
|
00 43 | 0aaa aaaa | Pitch Env Level 0
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 44 | 0aaa aaaa | Pitch Env Level 1
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 45 | 0aaa aaaa | Pitch Env Level 2
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 46 | 0aaa aaaa | Pitch Env Level 3
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 47 | 0aaa aaaa | Pitch Env Level 4
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 48 | 0000 0aaa | TVF Filter Type
(0 — 6) |
|
|
|
OFF, LPF, BPF, HPF, PKG, LPF2, |
|
|
|
LPF3 |
|
00 49 | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Cutoff Frequency
(0 — 127) |
|
00 4A | 00aa aaaa | TVF Cutoff Keyfollow
(44 — 84) |
|
|
|
—200 — +200 |
|
00 4B | 0000 0aaa | TVF Cutoff Velocity Curve
(0 — 7) |
|
|
|
FIXED, 1 — 7 |
|
00 4C | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Cutoff Velocity Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 4D | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Resonance
(0 — 127) |
|
00 4E | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Resonance Velocity Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 4F | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Env Depth
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 50 | 0000 0aaa | TVF Env Velocity Curve
(0 — 7) |
|
|
|
FIXED, 1 — 7 |
|
00 51 | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Env Velocity Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 52 | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Env Time 1 Velocity Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 53 | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Env Time 4 Velocity Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 54 | 000a aaaa | TVF Env Time Keyfollow
(54 — 74) |
|
|
|
—100 — +100 |
|
00 55 | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Env Time 1
(0 — 127) |
|
00 56 | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Env Time 2
(0 — 127) |
|
00 57 | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Env Time 3
(0 — 127) |
|
00 58 | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Env Time 4
(0 — 127) |
|
00 59 | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Env Level 0
(0 — 127) |
|
00 5A | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Env Level 1
(0 — 127) |
|
00 5B | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Env Level 2
(0 — 127) |
|
00 5C | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Env Level 3
(0 — 127) |
|
00 5D | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Env Level 4
(0 — 127) |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 5E | 000a aaaa | Bias Level
(54 — 74) |
|
|
|
—100 — +100 |
|
00 5F | 0aaa aaaa | Bias Position
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
C—1 — G9 |
|
00 60 | 0000 00aa | Bias Direction
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
LOWER, UPPER, LOWER&UPPER, ALL |
|
00 61 | 0000 0aaa | TVA Level Velocity Curve
(0 — 7) |
|
|
|
FIXED, 1 — 7 |
|
00 62 | 0aaa aaaa | TVA Level Velocity Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 63 | 0aaa aaaa | TVA Env Time 1 Velocity Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 64 | 0aaa aaaa | TVA Env Time 4 Velocity Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 65 | 000a aaaa | TVA Env Time Keyfollow
(54 — 74) |
|
|
|
—100 — +100 |
|
00 66 | 0aaa aaaa | TVA Env Time 1
(0 — 127) |
|
00 67 | 0aaa aaaa | TVA Env Time 2
(0 — 127) |
|
00 68 | 0aaa aaaa | TVA Env Time 3
(0 — 127) |
|
00 69 | 0aaa aaaa | TVA Env Time 4
(0 — 127) |
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00 6A | 0aaa aaaa | TVA Env Level 1
(0 — 127) |
|
00 6B | 0aaa aaaa | TVA Env Level 2
(0 — 127) |
|
00 6C | 0aaa aaaa | TVA Env Level 3
(0 — 127) |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 6D | 0000 aaaa | LFO1 Wave Form
(0 — 10) |
|
|
|
SIN, TRI, SAW—UP, SAW—DW, SQR, |
|
|
|
RND, BEND—UP, BEND—DW, TRP, S&H |
|
|
|
CHS |
|#
00 6E | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb | LFO1 Rate
(0 — 149) |
|
|
|
0 — 127, MUSICAL—NOTES |
|
00 70 | 0000 0aaa | LFO1 Offset
(0 — 4) |
|
|
|
—100, —50, 0, +50, +100 |
|
00 71 | 0aaa aaaa | LFO1 Rate Detune
(0 — 127) |
|
00 72 | 0aaa aaaa | LFO1 Delay Time
(0 — 127) |
|
00 73 | 000a aaaa | LFO1 Delay Time Keyfollow
(54 — 74) |
|
|
|
—100 — +100 |
|
00 74 | 0000 00aa | LFO1 Fade Mode
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
ON—IN, ON—OUT, OFF—IN, OFF—OUT |
|
00 75 | 0aaa aaaa | LFO1 Fade Time
(0 — 127) |
|
00 76 | 0000 000a | LFO1 Key Trigger
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 77 | 0aaa aaaa | LFO1 Pitch Depth
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 78 | 0aaa aaaa | LFO1 TVF Depth
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 79 | 0aaa aaaa | LFO1 TVA Depth
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 7A | 0aaa aaaa | LFO1 Pan Depth
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 7B | 0000 aaaa | LFO2 Wave Form
(0 — 10) |
|
|
|
SIN, TRI, SAW—UP, SAW—DW, SQR, |
|
|
|
RND, BEND—UP, BEND—DW, TRP, S&H |
|
|
|
CHS |
|#
00 7C | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb | LFO2 Rate
(0 — 149) |
|
|
|
0 — 127, MUSICAL—NOTES |
|
00 7E | 0000 0aaa | LFO2 Offset
(0 — 4) |
|
|
|
—100, —50, 0, +50, +100 |
|
00 7F | 0aaa aaaa | LFO2 Rate Detune
(0 — 127) |
|
01 00 | 0aaa aaaa | LFO2 Delay Time
(0 — 127) |
|
01 01 | 000a aaaa | LFO2 Delay Time Keyfollow
(54 — 74) |
|
|
|
—100 — +100 |
|
01 02 | 0000 00aa | LFO2 Fade Mode
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
ON—IN, ON—OUT, OFF—IN, OFF—OUT |
|
01 03 | 0aaa aaaa | LFO2 Fade Time
(0 — 127) |
|
01 04 | 0000 000a | LFO2 Key Trigger
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
01 05 | 0aaa aaaa | LFO2 Pitch Depth
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
01 06 | 0aaa aaaa | LFO2 TVF Depth
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
01 07 | 0aaa aaaa | LFO2 TVA Depth
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
01 08 | 0aaa aaaa | LFO2 Pan Depth
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
| 00 00 01 09 | Total Size
|
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
1-4-2-1 Rhythm Common
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
| Offset
|
|
|
Address |
Description
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 00 | 0aaa aaaa | Rhythm Name 1
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 01 | 0aaa aaaa | Rhythm Name 2
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 02 | 0aaa aaaa | Rhythm Name 3
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 03 | 0aaa aaaa | Rhythm Name 4
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 04 | 0aaa aaaa | Rhythm Name 5
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 05 | 0aaa aaaa | Rhythm Name 6
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 06 | 0aaa aaaa | Rhythm Name 7
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 07 | 0aaa aaaa | Rhythm Name 8
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 08 | 0aaa aaaa | Rhythm Name 9
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 09 | 0aaa aaaa | Rhythm Name 10
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 0A | 0aaa aaaa | Rhythm Name 11
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 0B | 0aaa aaaa | Rhythm Name 12
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 0C | 0aaa aaaa | Rhythm Level
(0 — 127) |
|
00 0D | 0000 000a | Rhythm Clock Source
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
RHYTHM, SYSTEM |
|#
00 0E | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb | Rhythm Tempo
(20 — 250) |
|
00 10 | 0000 000a | One Shot Mode<*>
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 11 | 0000 aaaa | Rhythm Output Assign
(0 — 13) |
|
|
|
MFX, A, B, C<*>, D<*>, |
|
|
|
1, 2, 3, 4, 5<*>, 6<*>, 7<*>, 8<*>, |
|
|
|
TONE |
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
| 00 00 00 12 | Total Size
|
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
1-4-2-2 Rhythm Common MFX
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
| Offset
|
|
|
Address |
Description
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 00 | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Type
(0 — 127) |
|
00 01 | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Dry Send Level
(0 — 127) |
|
00 02 | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Chorus Send Level
(0 — 127) |
|
00 03 | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Reverb Send Level
(0 — 127) |
|
00 04 | 0000 00aa | MFX Output Assign
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
A, B, C<*>, D<*> |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 05 | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Control 1 Source
(0 — 101) |
|
|
|
OFF, CC01 — CC31, CC33 — CC95, |
|
|
|
BEND, AFT, SYS1 — SYS4 |
|
00 06 | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Control 1 Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 07 | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Control 2 Source
(0 — 101) |
|
|
|
OFF, CC01 — CC31, CC33 — CC95, |
|
|
|
BEND, AFT, SYS1 — SYS4 |
|
00 08 | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Control 2 Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 09 | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Control 3 Source
(0 — 101) |
|
|
|
OFF, CC01 — CC31, CC33 — CC95, |
|
|
|
BEND, AFT, SYS1 — SYS4 |
|
00 0A | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Control 3 Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
00 0B | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Control 4 Source
(0 — 101) |
|
|
|
OFF, CC01 — CC31, CC33 — CC95, |
|
|
|
BEND, AFT, SYS1 — SYS4 |
|
00 0C | 0aaa aaaa | MFX Control 4 Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 0D | 000a aaaa | MFX Control Assign 1
(0 — 16) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 16 |
|
00 0E | 000a aaaa | MFX Control Assign 2
(0 — 16) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 16 |
|
00 0F | 000a aaaa | MFX Control Assign 3
(0 — 16) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 16 |
|
00 10 | 000a aaaa | MFX Control Assign 4
(0 — 16) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 16 |
|#
00 11 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 1
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 15 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 2
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 19 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 3
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 1D | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 4
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 21 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 5
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 25 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 6
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 29 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 7
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 2D | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 8
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 31 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 9
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 35 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 10
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 39 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 11
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 3D | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 12
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 41 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 13
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 45 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 14
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 49 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 15
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 4D | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 16
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 51 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 17
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 55 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 18
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 59 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 19
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 5D | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 20
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 61 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 21
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 65 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 22
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 69 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 23
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 6D | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 24
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 71 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 25
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 75 | 0000 aaaa |
|
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|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 26
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 79 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 27
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 7D | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 28
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
01 01 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 29
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
01 05 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 30
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
01 09 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 31
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
01 0D | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 32
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
| 00 00 01 11 | Total Size
|
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
1-4-2-3 Rhythm Common Chorus
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
| Offset
|
|
|
Address |
Description
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 00 | 0000 aaaa | Chorus Type
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
OFF, CHORUS, DELAY, GM2 CHORUS |
|
00 01 | 0aaa aaaa | Chorus Level
(0 — 127) |
|
00 02 | 0000 00aa | Chorus Output Assign
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
A, B, C<*>, D<*> |
|
00 03 | 0000 00aa | Chorus Output Select
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
MAIN, REV, MAIN+REV |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|#
00 04 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 1
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 08 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 2
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 0C | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 3
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 10 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 4
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 14 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 5
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 18 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 6
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 1C | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 7
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 20 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 8
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 24 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 9
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 28 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 10
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 2C | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 11
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 30 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 12
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
| 00 00 00 34 | Total Size
|
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
1-4-2-4 Rhythm Common Reverb
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
| Offset
|
|
|
Address |
Description
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 00 | 0000 aaaa | Reverb Type
(0 — 5) |
|
|
|
OFF, REVERB, SRV ROOM, SRV HALL, SRV PLATE, |
|
|
|
GM2 REVERB |
|
00 01 | 0aaa aaaa | Reverb Level
(0 — 127) |
|
00 02 | 0000 00aa | Reverb Output Assign
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
A, B, C<*>, D<*> |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|#
00 03 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 1
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 07 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 2
(12768 — 52768) |
170
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 0B | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 3
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 0F | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 4
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 13 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 5
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 17 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 6
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 1B | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 7
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 1F | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 8
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 23 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 9
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 27 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 10
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 2B | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 11
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 2F | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 12
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 33 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 13
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 37 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 14
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 3B | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 15
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 3F | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 16
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 43 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 17
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 47 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 18
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 4B | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 19
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|#
00 4F | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 20
(12768 — 52768) |
|
|
|
—20000 — +20000 |
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
| 00 00 00 53 | Total Size
|
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
1-4-2-5 Rhythm Tone
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
| Offset
|
|
|
Address |
Description
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 00 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Name 1
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 01 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Name 2
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 02 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Name 3
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 03 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Name 4
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 04 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Name 5
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 05 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Name 6
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 06 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Name 7
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 07 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Name 8
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 08 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Name 9
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 09 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Name 10
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 0A | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Name 11
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
00 0B | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Name 12
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 0C | 0000 000a | Assign Type
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
MULTI, SINGLE |
|
00 0D | 000a aaaa | Mute Group
(0 — 31) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 31 |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 0E | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Level
(0 — 127) |
|
00 0F | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Coarse Tune
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
C—1 — G9 |
|
00 10 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Fine Tune
(14 — 114) |
|
|
|
—50 — +50 |
|
00 11 | 000a aaaa | Tone Random Pitch Depth
(0 — 30) |
|
|
|
0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, |
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|
|
10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, |
|
|
|
90, 100, 200, 300, 400, 500, |
|
|
|
600, 700, 800, 900, 1000, 1100, |
|
|
|
1200 |
|
00 12 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Pan
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
L64 — 63R |
|
00 13 | 00aa aaaa | Tone Random Pan Depth
(0 — 63) |
|
00 14 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Alternate Pan Depth
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
L63 — 63R |
|
00 15 | 0000 000a | Tone Env Mode
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
NO—SUS, SUSTAIN |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 16 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Dry Send Level
(0 — 127) |
|
00 17 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Chorus Send Level
(0 — 127) |
|
00 18 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Reverb Send Level
(0 — 127) |
|
00 19 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Chorus Send Level (non MFX)
(0 — 127) |
|
00 1A | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Reverb Send Level (non MFX)
(0 — 127) |
|
00 1B | 0000 aaaa | Tone Output Assign
(0 — 12) |
|
|
|
MFX, A, B, C<*>, D<*>, |
|
|
|
1, 2, 3, 4, 5<*>, 6<*>, 7<*>, 8<*> |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 1C | 00aa aaaa | Tone Pitch Bend Range
(0 — 48) |
|
00 1D | 0000 000a | Tone Receive Expression
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 1E | 0000 000a | Tone Receive Hold—1
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 1F | 0000 000a | Tone Receive Pan Mode
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
CONTINUOUS, KEY—ON |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 20 | 0000 00aa | WMT Velocity Control
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON, RANDOM |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 21 | 0000 000a | WMT1 Wave Switch
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 22 | 0000 00aa | WMT1 Wave Group Type
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
INT, SR—JV80, SRX, SAMPLE<*> |
|#
00 23 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | WMT1 Wave Group ID
(0 — 16384) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 16384 |
|#
00 27 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | WMT1 Wave Number L (Mono)
(0 — 16384) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 16384 |
|#
00 2B | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | WMT1 Wave Number R
(0 — 16384) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 16384 |
|
00 2F | 0000 00aa | WMT1 Wave Gain
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
—6, 0, +6, +12 [dB] |
|
00 30 | 0000 000a | WMT1 Wave FXM Switch
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 31 | 0000 00aa | WMT1 Wave FXM Color
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
1 — 4 |
|
00 32 | 000a aaaa | WMT1 Wave FXM Depth
(0 — 16) |
|
00 33 | 0000 000a | WMT1 Wave Tempo Sync
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 34 | 0aaa aaaa | WMT1 Wave Coarse Tune
(16 — 112) |
|
|
|
—48 — +48 |
|
00 35 | 0aaa aaaa | WMT1 Wave Fine Tune
(14 — 114) |
|
|
|
—50 — +50 |
|
00 36 | 0aaa aaaa | WMT1 Wave Pan
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
L64 — 63R |
|
00 37 | 0000 000a | WMT1 Wave Random Pan Switch
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 38 | 0000 00aa | WMT1 Wave Alternate Pan Switch
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON, REVERSE |
|
00 39 | 0aaa aaaa | WMT1 Wave Level
(0 — 127) |
|
00 3A | 0aaa aaaa | WMT1 Velocity Range Lower
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
1 — UPPER |
|
00 3B | 0aaa aaaa | WMT1 Velocity Range Upper
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
LOWER — 127 |
|
00 3C | 0aaa aaaa | WMT1 Velocity Fade Width Lower
(0 — 127) |
|
00 3D | 0aaa aaaa | WMT1 Velocity Fade Width Upper
(0 — 127) |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 3E | 0000 000a | WMT2 Wave Switch
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 3F | 0000 00aa | WMT2 Wave Group Type
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
INT, SR—JV80, SRX, SAMPLE<*> |
|#
00 40 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | WMT2 Wave Group ID
(0 — 16384) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 16384 |
|#
00 44 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | WMT2 Wave Number L (Mono)
(0 — 16384) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 16384 |
|#
00 48 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | WMT2 Wave Number R
(0 — 16384) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 16384 |
|
00 4C | 0000 00aa | WMT2 Wave Gain
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
—6, 0, +6, +12 [dB] |
|
00 4D | 0000 000a | WMT2 Wave FXM Switch
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 4E | 0000 00aa | WMT2 Wave FXM Color
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
1 — 4 |
|
00 4F | 000a aaaa | WMT2 Wave FXM Depth
(0 — 16) |
|
00 50 | 0000 000a | WMT2 Wave Tempo Sync
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 51 | 0aaa aaaa | WMT2 Wave Coarse Tune
(16 — 112) |
|
|
|
—48 — +48 |
|
00 52 | 0aaa aaaa | WMT2 Wave Fine Tune
(14 — 114) |
|
|
|
—50 — +50 |
|
00 53 | 0aaa aaaa | WMT2 Wave Pan
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
L64 — 63R |
|
00 54 | 0000 000a | WMT2 Wave Random Pan Switch
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 55 | 0000 00aa | WMT2 Wave Alternate Pan Switch
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON, REVERSE |
|
00 56 | 0aaa aaaa | WMT2 Wave Level
(0 — 127) |
|
00 57 | 0aaa aaaa | WMT2 Velocity Range Lower
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
1 — UPPER |
|
00 58 | 0aaa aaaa | WMT2 Velocity Range Upper
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
LOWER — 127 |
|
00 59 | 0aaa aaaa | WMT2 Velocity Fade Width Lower
(0 — 127) |
|
00 5A | 0aaa aaaa | WMT2 Velocity Fade Width Upper
(0 — 127) |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 5B | 0000 000a | WMT3 Wave Switch
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 5C | 0000 00aa | WMT3 Wave Group Type
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
INT, SR—JV80, SRX, SAMPLE<*> |
|#
00 5D | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | WMT3 Wave Group ID
(0 — 16384) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 16384 |
|#
00 61 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | WMT3 Wave Number L (Mono)
(0 — 16384) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 16384 |
|#
00 65 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | WMT3 Wave Number R
(0 — 16384) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 16384 |
|
00 69 | 0000 00aa | WMT3 Wave Gain
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
—6, 0, +6, +12 [dB] |
|
00 6A | 0000 000a | WMT3 Wave FXM Switch
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 6B | 0000 00aa | WMT3 Wave FXM Color
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
1 — 4 |
|
00 6C | 000a aaaa | WMT3 Wave FXM Depth
(0 — 16) |
|
00 6D | 0000 000a | WMT3 Wave Tempo Sync
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 6E | 0aaa aaaa | WMT3 Wave Coarse Tune
(16 — 112) |
|
|
|
—48 — +48 |
|
00 6F | 0aaa aaaa | WMT3 Wave Fine Tune
(14 — 114) |
|
|
|
—50 — +50 |
|
00 70 | 0aaa aaaa | WMT3 Wave Pan
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
L64 — 63R |
|
00 71 | 0000 000a | WMT3 Wave Random Pan Switch
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 72 | 0000 00aa | WMT3 Wave Alternate Pan Switch
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON, REVERSE |
|
00 73 | 0aaa aaaa | WMT3 Wave Level
(0 — 127) |
|
00 74 | 0aaa aaaa | WMT3 Velocity Range Lower
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
1 — UPPER |
|
00 75 | 0aaa aaaa | WMT3 Velocity Range Upper
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
LOWER — 127 |
|
00 76 | 0aaa aaaa | WMT3 Velocity Fade Width Lower
(0 — 127) |
|
00 77 | 0aaa aaaa | WMT3 Velocity Fade Width Upper
(0 — 127) |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
00 78 | 0000 000a | WMT4 Wave Switch
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
00 79 | 0000 00aa | WMT4 Wave Group Type
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
INT, SR—JV80, SRX, SAMPLE<*> |
|#
00 7A | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | WMT4 Wave Group ID
(0 — 16384) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 16384 |
|#
00 7E | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | WMT4 Wave Number L (Mono)
(0 — 16384) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 16384 |
|#
01 02 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | WMT4 Wave Number R
(0 — 16384) |
|
|
|
OFF, 1 — 16384 |
|
01 06 | 0000 00aa | WMT4 Wave Gain
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
—6, 0, +6, +12 [dB] |
|
01 07 | 0000 000a | WMT4 Wave FXM Switch
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
01 08 | 0000 00aa | WMT4 Wave FXM Color
(0 — 3) |
|
|
|
1 — 4 |
|
01 09 | 000a aaaa | WMT4 Wave FXM Depth
(0 — 16) |
|
01 0A | 0000 000a | WMT4 Wave Tempo Sync
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
01 0B | 0aaa aaaa | WMT4 Wave Coarse Tune
(16 — 112) |
|
|
|
—48 — +48 |
|
01 0C | 0aaa aaaa | WMT4 Wave Fine Tune
(14 — 114) |
|
|
|
—50 — +50 |
|
01 0D | 0aaa aaaa | WMT4 Wave Pan
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
L64 — 63R |
|
01 0E | 0000 000a | WMT4 Wave Random Pan Switch
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
01 0F | 0000 00aa | WMT4 Wave Alternate Pan Switch
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON, REVERSE |
|
01 10 | 0aaa aaaa | WMT4 Wave Level
(0 — 127) |
|
01 11 | 0aaa aaaa | WMT4 Velocity Range Lower
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
1 — UPPER |
|
01 12 | 0aaa aaaa | WMT4 Velocity Range Upper
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
LOWER — 127 |
|
01 13 | 0aaa aaaa | WMT4 Velocity Fade Width Lower
(0 — 127) |
|
01 14 | 0aaa aaaa | WMT4 Velocity Fade Width Upper
(0 — 127) |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
01 15 | 000a aaaa | Pitch Env Depth
(52 — 76) |
|
|
|
—12 — +12 |
|
01 16 | 0aaa aaaa | Pitch Env Velocity Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
01 17 | 0aaa aaaa | Pitch Env Time 1 Velocity Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
01 18 | 0aaa aaaa | Pitch Env Time 4 Velocity Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
01 19 | 0aaa aaaa | Pitch Env Time 1
(0 — 127) |
|
01 1A | 0aaa aaaa | Pitch Env Time 2
(0 — 127) |
|
01 1B | 0aaa aaaa | Pitch Env Time 3
(0 — 127) |
|
01 1C | 0aaa aaaa | Pitch Env Time 4
(0 — 127) |
|
01 1D | 0aaa aaaa | Pitch Env Level 0
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
01 1E | 0aaa aaaa | Pitch Env Level 1
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
01 1F | 0aaa aaaa | Pitch Env Level 2
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
01 20 | 0aaa aaaa | Pitch Env Level 3
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
01 21 | 0aaa aaaa | Pitch Env Level 4
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
01 22 | 0000 0aaa | TVF Filter Type
(0 — 6) |
|
|
|
OFF, LPF, BPF, HPF, PKG, LPF2, |
|
|
|
LPF3 |
|
01 23 | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Cutoff Frequency
(0 — 127) |
|
01 24 | 0000 0aaa | TVF Cutoff Velocity Curve
(0 — 7) |
|
|
|
FIXED, 1 — 7 |
|
01 25 | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Cutoff Velocity Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
01 26 | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Resonance
(0 — 127) |
|
01 27 | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Resonance Velocity Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
01 28 | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Env Depth
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
01 29 | 0000 0aaa | TVF Env Velocity Curve Type
(0 — 7) |
|
|
|
FIXED, 1 — 7 |
|
01 2A | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Env Velocity Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
01 2B | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Env Time 1 Velocity Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
01 2C | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Env Time 4 Velocity Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
01 2D | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Env Time 1
(0 — 127) |
|
01 2E | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Env Time 2
(0 — 127) |
|
01 2F | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Env Time 3
(0 — 127) |
|
01 30 | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Env Time 4
(0 — 127) |
|
01 31 | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Env Level 0
(0 — 127) |
|
01 32 | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Env Level 1
(0 — 127) |
|
01 33 | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Env Level 2
(0 — 127) |
|
01 34 | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Env Level 3
(0 — 127) |
|
01 35 | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Env Level 4
(0 — 127) |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
01 36 | 0000 0aaa | TVA Level Velocity Curve
(0 — 7) |
|
|
|
FIXED, 1 — 7 |
|
01 37 | 0aaa aaaa | TVA Level Velocity Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
01 38 | 0aaa aaaa | TVA Env Time 1 Velocity Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
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|
01 39 | 0aaa aaaa | TVA Env Time 4 Velocity Sens
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
—63 — +63 |
|
01 3A | 0aaa aaaa | TVA Env Time 1
(0 — 127) |
|
01 3B | 0aaa aaaa | TVA Env Time 2
(0 — 127) |
|
01 3C | 0aaa aaaa | TVA Env Time 3
(0 — 127) |
|
01 3D | 0aaa aaaa | TVA Env Time 4
(0 — 127) |
|
01 3E | 0aaa aaaa | TVA Env Level 1
(0 — 127) |
|
01 3F | 0aaa aaaa | TVA Env Level 2
(0 — 127) |
|
01 40 | 0aaa aaaa | TVA Env Level 3
(0 — 127) |
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
| 00 00 01 41 | Total Size
|
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
■GS (Model ID = 42H)
System Parameter
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
| Start
|
|
|
Address |
Description
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|#
40 00 00 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb |
|
|
| 0000 cccc |
|
|
| 0000 dddd | Master Tune
(24 — 2024) |
|
|
|
—100.0 — 100.0 [cent] |
|
40 00 04 | 0aaa aaaa | Master Volume
(0 — 127) |
|
40 00 05 | 0aaa aaaa | Master Key Shift
(40 — 88) |
|
|
|
—24 — +24 [semitone] |
|
40 00 06 | 0aaa aaaa | Master Pan
(1 — 127) |
|
|
|
L63 — 63R |
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
40 00 7F | 0aaa aaaa | Mode Set
(0, 127) |
|
|
|
GS—RESET, GS—EXIT |
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
Common Parameter
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
| Start
|
|
|
Address |
Description
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
40 01 10 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 1
(0 — 24) |
|
40 01 11 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 2
(0 — 24) |
|
40 01 12 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 3
(0 — 24) |
|
40 01 13 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 4
(0 — 24) |
|
40 01 14 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 5
(0 — 24) |
|
40 01 15 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 6
(0 — 24) |
|
40 01 16 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 7
(0 — 24) |
|
40 01 17 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 8
(0 — 24) |
|
40 01 18 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 9
(0 — 24) |
|
40 01 19 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 10
(0 — 24) |
|
40 01 1A | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 11
(0 — 24) |
|
40 01 1B | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 12
(0 — 24) |
|
40 01 1C | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 13
(0 — 24) |
|
40 01 1D | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 14
(0 — 24) |
|
40 01 1E | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 15
(0 — 24) |
|
40 01 1F | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 16
(0 — 24) |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
40 01 30 | 0aaa aaaa | Reverb Macro
(0 — 7) |
|
40 01 31 | 0aaa aaaa | Reverb Character
(0 — 7) |
|
40 01 32 | 0aaa aaaa | Reverb Pre—LPF
(0 — 7) |
|
40 01 33 | 0aaa aaaa | Reverb Level
(0 — 127) |
|
40 01 34 | 0aaa aaaa | Reverb Time
(0 — 127) |
|
40 01 35 | 0aaa aaaa | Reverb Delay Feedback
(0 — 127) |
|
40 01 36 | 0aaa aaaa | Reverb Send Level to Chorus<*>
(0 — 127) |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
40 01 38 | 0aaa aaaa | Chorus Macro
(0 — 7) |
|
40 01 39 | 0aaa aaaa | Chorus Pre—LPF
(0 — 7) |
|
40 01 3A | 0aaa aaaa | Chorus Level
(0 — 127) |
|
40 01 3B | 0aaa aaaa | Chorus Feedback
(0 — 127) |
|
40 01 3C | 0aaa aaaa | Chorus Delay
(0 — 127) |
|
40 01 3D | 0aaa aaaa | Chorus Rate
(0 — 127) |
|
40 01 3E | 0aaa aaaa | Chorus Depth
(0 — 127) |
|
40 01 3F | 0aaa aaaa | Chorus Send Level to Reverb
(0 — 127) |
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
Part Parameter
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
| Start
|
|
|
Address |
Description
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|#
40 1x 00 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Number CC#00 Value
(0 — 127) |
|
| 0aaa aaaa | Tone Number PC Value
(0 — 127) |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
40 1x 02 | 0aaa aaaa | Rx. Channel
(0 — 16) |
|
|
|
1 — 16, OFF |
|
40 1x 03 | 0000 000a | Rx. Pitch Bend
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
40 1x 04 | 0000 000a | Rx. Channel Pressure
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
40 1x 05 | 0000 000a | Rx. Program Change
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
40 1x 06 | 0000 000a | Rx. Control Change
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
40 1x 07 | 0000 000a | Rx. Poly Pressure
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
40 1x 08 | 0000 000a | Rx. Note Message
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
40 1x 09 | 0000 000a | Rx. RPN
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
40 1x 0A | 0000 000a | Rx. NRPN
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
40 1x 0B | 0000 000a | Rx. Modulation
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
40 1x 0C | 0000 000a | Rx. Volume
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
40 1x 0D | 0000 000a | Rx. Panpot
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
40 1x 0E | 0000 000a | Rx. Expression
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
40 1x 0F | 0000 000a | Rx. Hold—1
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
40 1x 10 | 0000 000a | Rx. Portamento
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
40 1x 11 | 0000 000a | Rx. Sostenuto
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
40 1x 12 | 0000 000a | Rx. Soft
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
40 1x 13 | 0aaa aaaa | Mono / Poly Mode
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
MODE, POLY |
|
40 1x 14 | 0aaa aaaa | Assign Mode<*>
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
SINGLE, LIMITED—MULTI, |
|
|
|
FULL—MULTI |
|
40 1x 15 | 0aaa aaaa | Use for Rhythm Part
(0 — 2) |
|
|
|
OFF, MAP1, MAP2 |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
40 1x 16 | 0aaa aaaa | Pitch Key Shift
(40 — 88) |
|
|
|
—24 — +24 [semitone] |
|#
40 1x 17 | 0000 aaaa |
|
|
| 0000 bbbb | Pitch Offset Fine
(8 — 248) |
|
|
|
—12.0 — +12.0 [Hz] |
|
40 1x 19 | 0aaa aaaa | Part Level (CC# 7)
(0 — 127) |
172
|
40 1x 1A | 0aaa aaaa | Velocity Sens Depth
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
40 1x 1B | 0aaa aaaa | Velocity Sens Offset
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
40 1x 1C | 0aaa aaaa | Part Panpot (CC# 10)
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
RANDOM, L63 — 63R |
|
40 1x 1D | 0aaa aaaa | Keyboard Range Low
(0 — 127) |
|
40 1x 1E | 0aaa aaaa | Keyboard Range High
(0 — 127) |
|
40 1x 1F | 0aaa aaaa | CC1 Controller Number
(0 — 95) |
|
40 1x 20 | 0aaa aaaa | CC2 Controller Number
(0 — 95) |
|
40 1x 21 | 0aaa aaaa | Chorus Send Level (CC# 93)
(0 — 127) |
|
40 1x 22 | 0aaa aaaa | Reverb Send Level (CC# 93)
(0 — 127) |
|
40 1x 23 | 0000 000a | Rx. Bank Select<*>
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
40 1x 24 | 0000 000a | Rx. Bank Select LSB<*>
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
40 1x 30 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Modify 1 (Vibrato Rate)
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
40 1x 31 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Modify 2 (Vibrato Depth)
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
40 1x 32 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Modify 3 (TVF Cutoff Freq.)
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
40 1x 33 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Modify 4 (TVF Resonance)
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
40 1x 34 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Modify 5 (TVF&TVA Env. Attack)
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
40 1x 35 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Modify 6 (TVF&TVA Env. Decay)
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
40 1x 36 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Modify 7 (TVF&TVA Env. Release)
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|
40 1x 37 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Modify 8 (Vibrato Delay)
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
40 1x 40 | 0aaa aaaa | Scale Tuning C
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 [cent] |
|
40 1x 41 | 0aaa aaaa | Scale Tuning C#
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 [cent] |
|
40 1x 42 | 0aaa aaaa | Scale Tuning D
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 [cent] |
|
40 1x 43 | 0aaa aaaa | Scale Tuning D#
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 [cent] |
|
40 1x 44 | 0aaa aaaa | Scale Tuning E
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 [cent] |
|
40 1x 45 | 0aaa aaaa | Scale Tuning F
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 [cent] |
|
40 1x 46 | 0aaa aaaa | Scale Tuning F#
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 [cent] |
|
40 1x 47 | 0aaa aaaa | Scale Tuning G
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 [cent] |
|
40 1x 48 | 0aaa aaaa | Scale Tuning G#
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 [cent] |
|
40 1x 49 | 0aaa aaaa | Scale Tuning A
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 [cent] |
|
40 1x 4A | 0aaa aaaa | Scale Tuning A#
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 [cent] |
|
40 1x 4B | 0aaa aaaa | Scale Tuning B
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—64 — +63 [cent] |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
40 2x 00 | 0aaa aaaa | Mod Pitch Control
(40 — 88) |
|
|
|
—24 — +24 [semitone] |
|
40 2x 01 | 0aaa aaaa | Mod TVF Cutoff Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—9600 — +9600 [cent] |
|
40 2x 02 | 0aaa aaaa | Mod Amplitude Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—100.0 — +100.0 [%] |
|
40 2x 03 | 0aaa aaaa | Mod LFO1 Rate Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—10.0 — +10.0 [Hz] |
|
40 2x 04 | 0aaa aaaa | Mod LFO1 Pitch Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 600 [cent] |
|
40 2x 05 | 0aaa aaaa | Mod LFO1 TVF Depth
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 2400 [cent] |
|
40 2x 06 | 0aaa aaaa | Mod LFO1 TVA Depth
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 100.0 [%] |
|
40 2x 07 | 0aaa aaaa | Mod LFO2 Rate Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—10.0 — +10.0 [Hz] |
|
40 2x 08 | 0aaa aaaa | Mod LFO2 Pitch Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 600 [cent] |
|
40 2x 09 | 0aaa aaaa | Mod LFO2 TVF Depth
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 2400 [cent] |
|
40 2x 0A | 0aaa aaaa | Mod LFO2 TVA Depth
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 100.0 [%] |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
40 2x 10 | 0aaa aaaa | Bend Pitch Control
(64 — 88) |
|
|
|
0 — 24 [semitone] |
|
40 2x 11 | 0aaa aaaa | Bend TVF Cutoff Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—9600 — +9600 [cent] |
|
40 2x 12 | 0aaa aaaa | Bend Amplitude Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—100.0 — +100.0 [%] |
|
40 2x 13 | 0aaa aaaa | Bend LFO1 Rate Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—10.0 — +10.0 [Hz] |
|
40 2x 14 | 0aaa aaaa | Bend LFO1 Pitch Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 600 [cent] |
|
40 2x 15 | 0aaa aaaa | Bend LFO1 TVF Depth
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 2400 [cent] |
|
40 2x 16 | 0aaa aaaa | Bend LFO1 TVA Depth
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 100.0 [%] |
|
40 2x 17 | 0aaa aaaa | Bend LFO2 Rate Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—10.0 — +10.0 [Hz] |
|
40 2x 18 | 0aaa aaaa | Bend LFO2 Pitch Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 600 [cent] |
|
40 2x 19 | 0aaa aaaa | Bend LFO2 TVF Depth
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 2400 [cent] |
|
40 2x 1A | 0aaa aaaa | Bend LFO2 TVA Depth
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 100.0 [%] |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
40 2x 20 | 0aaa aaaa | CAf Pitch Control
(40 — 88) |
|
|
|
—24 — +24 [semitone] |
|
40 2x 21 | 0aaa aaaa | CAf TVF Cutoff Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—9600 — +9600 [cent] |
|
40 2x 22 | 0aaa aaaa | CAf Amplitude Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—100.0 — +100.0 [%] |
|
40 2x 23 | 0aaa aaaa | CAf LFO1 Rate Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—10.0 — +10.0 [Hz] |
|
40 2x 24 | 0aaa aaaa | CAf LFO1 Pitch Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 600 [cent] |
|
40 2x 25 | 0aaa aaaa | CAf LFO1 TVF Depth
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 2400 [cent] |
|
40 2x 26 | 0aaa aaaa | CAf LFO1 TVA Depth
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 100.0 [%] |
|
40 2x 27 | 0aaa aaaa | CAf LFO2 Rate Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—10.0 — +10.0 [Hz] |
|
40 2x 28 | 0aaa aaaa | CAf LFO2 Pitch Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 600 [cent] |
|
40 2x 29 | 0aaa aaaa | CAf LFO2 TVF Depth
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 2400 [cent] |
|
40 2x 2A | 0aaa aaaa | CAf LFO2 TVA Depth
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 100.0 [%] |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
40 2x 30 | 0aaa aaaa | PAf Pitch Control
(40 — 88) |
|
|
|
—24 — +24 [semitone] |
|
40 2x 31 | 0aaa aaaa | PAf TVF Cutoff Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—9600 — +9600 [cent] |
|
40 2x 32 | 0aaa aaaa | PAf Amplitude Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—100.0 — +100.0 [%] |
|
40 2x 33 | 0aaa aaaa | PAf LFO1 Rate Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—10.0 — +10.0 [Hz] |
|
40 2x 34 | 0aaa aaaa | PAf LFO1 Pitch Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 600 [cent] |
XV-5050_e.book 173 ページ 2003年6月27日 金曜日 午後3時14分
MIDI Implementation
x: BLOCK NUMBER (0-F)
Part 1 (MIDI ch = 1) x = 1
Part 2 (MIDI ch = 2) x = 2
:
: :
Part 9 (MIDI ch = 9) x = 9
Part10 (MIDI ch = 10) x = 0
Part11 (MIDI ch = 11) x = A
Part12 (MIDI ch = 12) x = B
:
: :
Part16 (MIDI ch = 16) x = F
Drum Setup Parameter
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
| Start
|
|
|
Address |
Description
|
|—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
41 m0 00 | 0aaa aaaa | Drum Map Name 1
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
41 m0 01 | 0aaa aaaa | Drum Map Name 2
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
41 m0 02 | 0aaa aaaa | Drum Map Name 3
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
41 m0 03 | 0aaa aaaa | Drum Map Name 4
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
41 m0 04 | 0aaa aaaa | Drum Map Name 5
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
41 m0 05 | 0aaa aaaa | Drum Map Name 6
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
41 m0 06 | 0aaa aaaa | Drum Map Name 7
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
41 m0 07 | 0aaa aaaa | Drum Map Name 8
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
41 m0 08 | 0aaa aaaa | Drum Map Name 9
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
41 m0 09 | 0aaa aaaa | Drum Map Name 10
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
41 m0 0A | 0aaa aaaa | Drum Map Name 11
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|
41 m0 0B | 0aaa aaaa | Drum Map Name 12
(32 — 127) |
|
|
|
32 — 127 [ASCII] |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
41 m1 rr | 0aaa aaaa | Play Note Number
(0 — 127) |
|
41 m2 rr | 0aaa aaaa | Level
(0 — 127) |
|
41 m3 rr | 0aaa aaaa | Assign Group Number
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
NON, 1 — 127 |
|
41 m4 rr | 0aaa aaaa | Panpot
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
RANDOM, L63 — 63R |
|
41 m5 rr | 0aaa aaaa | Reverb Send Level
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0.0 — 1.0 |
|
41 m6 rr | 0aaa aaaa | Chorus Send Level
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0.0 — 1.0 |
|
41 m7 rr | 0000 000a | Rx. Note Off
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
|
41 m8 rr | 0000 000a | Rx. Note On
(0 — 1) |
|
|
|
OFF, ON |
+—————————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
■Decimal and Hexadecimal Table
(An “H” is appended to the end of numbers in hexadecimal notation.)
In MIDI documentation, data values and addresses/sizes of Exclusive messages, etc. are
expressed as hexadecimal values for each 7 bits.
The following table shows how these correspond to decimal numbers.
+——————+——————++——————+——————++——————+——————++——————+——————+
| D
| H
|| D
| H
|| D
| H
|| D
| H
|
+——————+——————++——————+——————++——————+——————++——————+——————+
|
0 | 00H ||
32 | 20H ||
64 | 40H ||
96 | 60H |
|
1 | 01H ||
33 | 21H ||
65 | 41H ||
97 | 61H |
|
2 | 02H ||
34 | 22H ||
66 | 42H ||
98 | 62H |
|
3 | 03H ||
35 | 23H ||
67 | 43H ||
99 | 63H |
|
4 | 04H ||
36 | 24H ||
68 | 44H || 100 | 64H |
|
5 | 05H ||
37 | 25H ||
69 | 45H || 101 | 65H |
|
6 | 06H ||
38 | 26H ||
70 | 46H || 102 | 66H |
|
7 | 07H ||
39 | 27H ||
71 | 47H || 103 | 67H |
|
8 | 08H ||
40 | 28H ||
72 | 48H || 104 | 68H |
|
9 | 09H ||
41 | 29H ||
73 | 49H || 105 | 69H |
|
10 | 0AH ||
42 | 2AH ||
74 | 4AH || 106 | 6AH |
|
11 | 0BH ||
43 | 2BH ||
75 | 4BH || 107 | 6BH |
|
12 | 0CH ||
44 | 2CH ||
76 | 4CH || 108 | 6CH |
|
13 | 0DH ||
45 | 2DH ||
77 | 4DH || 109 | 6DH |
|
14 | 0EH ||
46 | 2EH ||
78 | 4EH || 110 | 6EH |
|
15 | 0FH ||
47 | 2FH ||
79 | 4FH || 111 | 6FH |
|
16 | 10H ||
48 | 30H ||
80 | 50H || 112 | 70H |
|
17 | 11H ||
49 | 31H ||
81 | 51H || 113 | 71H |
|
18 | 12H ||
50 | 32H ||
82 | 52H || 114 | 72H |
|
19 | 13H ||
51 | 33H ||
83 | 53H || 115 | 73H |
|
20 | 14H ||
52 | 34H ||
84 | 54H || 116 | 74H |
|
21 | 15H ||
53 | 35H ||
85 | 55H || 117 | 75H |
|
22 | 16H ||
54 | 36H ||
86 | 56H || 118 | 76H |
|
23 | 17H ||
55 | 37H ||
87 | 57H || 119 | 77H |
|
24 | 18H ||
56 | 38H ||
88 | 58H || 120 | 78H |
|
25 | 19H ||
57 | 39H ||
89 | 59H || 121 | 79H |
|
26 | 1AH ||
58 | 3AH ||
90 | 5AH || 122 | 7AH |
|
27 | 1BH ||
59 | 3BH ||
91 | 5BH || 123 | 7BH |
|
28 | 1CH ||
60 | 3CH ||
92 | 5CH || 124 | 7CH |
|
29 | 1DH ||
61 | 3DH ||
93 | 5DH || 125 | 7DH |
|
30 | 1EH ||
62 | 3EH ||
94 | 5EH || 126 | 7EH |
|
31 | 1FH ||
63 | 3FH ||
95 | 5FH || 127 | 7FH |
+——————+——————++——————+——————++——————+——————++——————+——————+
D: decimal
H: hexadecimal
*
*
*
*
Decimal values such as MIDI channel, bank select, and program change are listed as one
greater than the values given in the above table.
A 7-bit byte can express data in the range of 128 steps. For data where greater precision
is required, we must use two or more bytes. For example, two hexadecimal numbers aa
bbH expressing two 7-bit bytes would indicate a value of aa x 128+bb.
In the case of values which have a +/- sign, 00H = -64, 40H = +/-0, and 7FH = +63, so
that the decimal expression would be 64 less than the value given in the above chart. In
the case of two types, 00 00H = -8192, 40 00H = +/-0, and 7F 7FH = +8191. For example, if
aa bbH were expressed as decimal, this would be aa bbH - 40 00H = aa x 128+bb - 64 x
128.
Data marked “Use nibbled data” is expressed in hexadecimal in 4-bit units. A value
expressed as a 2-byte nibble 0a 0bH has the value of a x 16+b.
<Example1> What is the decimal expression of 5AH?
From the preceding table, 5AH = 90
<Example2> What is the decimal expression of the value 12 34H given as hexadecimal for
each 7 bits?
From the preceding table, since 12H = 18 and 34H = 52
18 x 128+52 = 2356
<Example3> What is the decimal expression of the nibbled value 0A 03 09 0D?
From the preceding table, since 0AH = 10, 03H = 3, 09H = 9, 0DH = 13
((10 x 16+3) x 16+9) x 16+13 = 41885
<Example4> What is the nibbled expression of the decimal value 1258?
16 ) 1258
16 )
78 ...10
16 )
4 ...14
0 ... 4
Since from the preceding table, 0 = 00H, 4 = 04H, 14 = 0EH, 10 = 0AH, the result is: 00 04 0E
0AH.
Appendices
|
40 2x 35 | 0aaa aaaa | PAf LFO1 TVF Depth
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 2400 [cent] |
|
40 2x 36 | 0aaa aaaa | PAf LFO1 TVA Depth
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 100.0 [%] |
|
40 2x 37 | 0aaa aaaa | PAf LFO2 Rate Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—10.0 — +10.0 [Hz] |
|
40 2x 38 | 0aaa aaaa | PAf LFO2 Pitch Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 600 [cent] |
|
40 2x 39 | 0aaa aaaa | PAf LFO2 TVF Depth
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 2400 [cent] |
|
40 2x 3A | 0aaa aaaa | PAf LFO2 TVA Depth
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 100.0 [%] |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
40 2x 40 | 0aaa aaaa | CC1 Pitch Control
(40 — 88) |
|
|
|
—24 — +24 [semitone] |
|
40 2x 41 | 0aaa aaaa | CC1 TVF Cutoff Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—9600 — +9600 [cent] |
|
40 2x 42 | 0aaa aaaa | CC1 Amplitude Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—100.0 — +100.0 [%] |
|
40 2x 43 | 0aaa aaaa | CC1 LFO1 Rate Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—10.0 — +10.0 [Hz] |
|
40 2x 44 | 0aaa aaaa | CC1 LFO1 Pitch Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 600 [cent] |
|
40 2x 45 | 0aaa aaaa | CC1 LFO1 TVF Depth
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 2400 [cent] |
|
40 2x 46 | 0aaa aaaa | CC1 LFO1 TVA Depth
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 100.0 [%] |
|
40 2x 47 | 0aaa aaaa | CC1 LFO2 Rate Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—10.0 — +10.0 [Hz] |
|
40 2x 48 | 0aaa aaaa | CC1 LFO2 Pitch Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 600 [cent] |
|
40 2x 49 | 0aaa aaaa | CC1 LFO2 TVF Depth
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 2400 [cent] |
|
40 2x 4A | 0aaa aaaa | CC1 LFO2 TVA Depth
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 100.0 [%] |
|—————————————+———————————+————————————————————————————————————————————————————|
|
40 2x 50 | 0aaa aaaa | CC2 Pitch Control
(40 — 88) |
|
|
|
—24 — +24 [semitone] |
|
40 2x 51 | 0aaa aaaa | CC2 TVF Cutoff Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—9600 — +9600 [cent] |
|
40 2x 52 | 0aaa aaaa | CC2 Amplitude Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—100.0 — +100.0 [%] |
|
40 2x 53 | 0aaa aaaa | CC2 LFO1 Rate Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—10.0 — +10.0 [Hz] |
|
40 2x 54 | 0aaa aaaa | CC2 LFO1 Pitch Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 600 [cent] |
|
40 2x 55 | 0aaa aaaa | CC2 LFO1 TVF Depth
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 2400 [cent] |
|
40 2x 56 | 0aaa aaaa | CC2 LFO1 TVA Depth
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 100.0 [%] |
|
40 2x 57 | 0aaa aaaa | CC2 LFO2 Rate Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
—10.0 — +10.0 [Hz] |
|
40 2x 58 | 0aaa aaaa | CC2 LFO2 Pitch Control
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 600 [cent] |
|
40 2x 59 | 0aaa aaaa | CC2 LFO2 TVF Depth
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 2400 [cent] |
|
40 2x 5A | 0aaa aaaa | CC2 LFO2 TVA Depth
(0 — 127) |
|
|
|
0 — 100.0 [%] |
+——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————+
m: Map number (0 = MAP1, 1 = MAP2)
rr: drum part note number (00H-7FH)
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■Examples of Actual MIDI Messages
<Example1> 92 3E 5F
9n is the Note-on status, and n is the MIDI channel number. Since 2H = 2, 3EH = 62, and
5FH = 95, this is a Note-on message with MIDI CH = 3, note number 62 (note name is D4),
and velocity 95.
<Example2> CE 49
CnH is the Program Change status, and n is the MIDI channel number. Since EH = 14 and
49H = 73, this is a Program Change message with MIDI CH = 15, program number 74.
<Example3> EA 00 28
EnH is the Pitch Bend Change status, and n is the MIDI channel number. The 2nd byte (00H
= 0) is the LSB and the 3rd byte (28H = 40) is the MSB, but Pitch Bend Value is a signed
number in which 40 00H (= 64 x 12+80 = 8192) is 0, so this Pitch Bend Value is
28 00H - 40 00H = 40 x 12+80 - (64 x 12+80) = 5120 - 8192 = -3072
If the Pitch Bend Sensitivity is set to 2 semitones, -8192 (00 00H) will cause the pitch to
change -200 cents, so in this case -200 x (-3072) (-8192) = -75 cents of Pitch Bend is being
applied to MIDI channel 11.
<Example4> B3 64 00 65 00 06 0C 26 00 64 7F 65 7F
BnH is the Control Change status, and n is the MIDI channel number. For Control Changes,
the 2nd byte is the control number, and the 3rd byte is the value. In a case in which two or
more messages consecutive messages have the same status, MIDI has a provision called
“running status” which allows the status byte of the second and following messages to be
omitted. Thus, the above messages have the following meaning.
B3
(B3)
(B3)
(B3)
(B3)
(B3)
64 00
65 00
06 0C
26 00
64 7F
65 7F
MIDI ch.4, lower byte of RPN parameter number:
(MIDI ch.4) upper byte of RPN parameter number:
(MIDI ch.4) upper byte of parameter value:
(MIDI ch.4) lower byte of parameter value:
(MIDI ch.4) lower byte of RPN parameter number:
(MIDI ch.4) upper byte of RPN parameter number:
00H
00H
0CH
00H
7FH
7FH
In other words, the above messages specify a value of 0C 00H for RPN parameter number
00 00H on MIDI channel 4, and then set the RPN parameter number to 7F 7FH.
RPN parameter number 00 00H is Pitch Bend Sensitivity, and the MSB of the value indicates
semitone units, so a value of 0CH = 12 sets the maximum pitch bend range to +/-12
semitones (1 octave). (On GS sound generators the LSB of Pitch Bend Sensitivity is ignored,
but the LSB should be transmitted anyway (with a value of 0) so that operation will be
correct on any device.)
■Example of an Exclusive Message and
Calculating a Checksum
Roland Exclusive messages (RQ1, DT1) are transmitted with a checksum at the end (before
F7) to make sure that the message was correctly received. The value of the checksum is
determined by the address and data (or size) of the transmitted Exclusive message.
●How to calculate the checksum
(hexadecimal numbers are indicated by “H”)
The checksum is a value derived by adding the address, size, and checksum itself and
inverting the lower 7 bits.
Heresanexampleofhowthechecksumiscalculated.WewillassumethatintheExclusivemessage
wearetransmitting,theaddressisaabbccddHandthedataorsizeiseeffH.'
aa + bb + cc + dd + ee + ff = sum
sum ÷ 128 = quotient ... remainder
128 - remainder = checksum
<Example1> Setting CHORUS TYPE of PERFORMANCE COMMON to DELAY (DT1)
According to the “Parameter Address Map” (p. 162), the start address of Temporary
Performance is 10 00 00 00H, the offset address of CHORUS at PERFORMANCE COMMON
is 04 00H, and the address of CHORUS TYPE is 00 00H. Therefore the address of CHORUS
TYPE of PERFORMANCE COMMON is;
+)
10 00 00
04
00
10 00 04
00H
00H
00H
00H
DELAY has the value of 02H.
So the system exclusive message should be sent is;
F0
(1)
41
(2)
10
(3)
00 10
(4)
(1) Exclusive Status
(4) Model ID (XV-5050)
12
(5)
10 00 04 00
address
02
data
(2) ID (Roland)
(5) Command ID (DT1)
??
checksum
F7
(6)
(3) Device ID (17)
(6) End of Exclusive
Then calculate the checksum.
10H + 00H + 04H + 00H + 02H = 16 + 0 + 4 + 0 + 2 = 22 (sum)
22 (sum) ÷ 128 = 0 (quotient) ... 22 (remainder)
checksum = 128 - 22 (remainder) = 106 = 6AH
This means that F0 41 10 00 10 12 10 00 04 00 02 6A F7 is the message should be sent.
Once the parameter number has been specified for RPN or NRPN, all Data Entry messages
transmitted on that same channel will be valid, so after the desired value has been
transmitted, it is a good idea to set the parameter number to 7F 7FH to prevent accidents.
This is the reason for the (B3) 64 7F (B3) 65 7F at the end.
It is not desirable for performance data (such as Standard MIDI File data) to contain many
events with running status as given in <Example 4>. This is because if playback is halted
during the song and then rewound or fast-forwarded, the sequencer may not be able to
transmit the correct status, and the sound generator will then misinterpret the data. Take
care to give each event its own status.
It is also necessary that the RPN or NRPN parameter number setting and the value setting
be done in the proper order. On some sequencers, events occurring in the same (or
consecutive) clock may be transmitted in an order different than the order in which they
were received. For this reason it is a good idea to slightly skew the time of each event (about
1 tick for TPQN = 96, and about 5 ticks for TPQN = 480).
*
TPQN: Ticks Per Quarter Note
<Example2> Getting the data (RQ1) of Performance Part 3 in USER:03
According to the “Parameter Address Map” (p. 162), the start address of USER:03 is 20 02 00
00H, and the offset address of Performance Part 3 is 00 22 00H.
Therefore the start address of Performance Part 3 in USER:03 is;
+)
20 02 00 00H
00 22 00H
20 02 22 00H
As the size of Performance Part is 00 00 00 31H, the system exclusive message should be
sent is;
F0
41
10
00 10
11
20 02 22 00
00 00 00 31 ??
F7
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
address
data
checksum
(6)
(1) Exclusive Status
(4) Model ID (XV-5050)
(2) ID (Roland)
(5) Command ID (RQ1)
(3) Device ID (17)
(6) End of Exclusive
Then calculate the checksum.
20H + 02H + 22H + 00H + 00H + 00H + 00H + 31H = 32 + 2 + 34 + 0 + 0 + 0 + 0 + 49
= 117 (sum)
117 (sum) ÷ 128 = 0 (quotient) ... 117 (remainder)
checksum = 128 - 117 (remainder) = 11 = 0BH
This means that F0 41 10 00 10 11 20 02 22 00 00 00 00 31 0B F7 is the message should be sent.
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<Example3> Getting Temporary Performance data (RQ1)
cf.) This operation is the same as Data Transfer function in Utility mode with “PERFORM”
(Type parameter) and “TEMP: -PATCH” (Source parameter) options.
According to the “Parameter Address Map” (p. 162), the start address of Temporary
Performance is assigned as following:
10 00 00 00H
Temporary Performance Common
:
10 00 20 00H
Temporary Performance Part 1
:
10 00 2F 00H
Temporary Performance Part 16
■The Scale Tune Feature (address: 40 1x 40)
The scale Tune feature allows you to finely adjust the individual pitch of the notes from C
through B. Though the settings are made while working with one octave, the fine
adjustments will affect all octaves. By making the appropriate Scale Tune settings, you can
obtain a complete variety of tuning methods other than equal temperament. As examples,
three possible types of scale setting are explained below.
❍Equal Temperament
This method of tuning divides the octave into 12 equal parts. It is currently the most widely
used form of tuning, especially in occidental music. On the XV-5050, the default settings for
the Scale Tune feature produce equal temperament.
As the data size of Performance Controller is 00 00 00 31H, summation of the size and the
start address of Temporary Performance Part 16 will be;
❍Just Temperament (Tonic of C)
10 00 2F 00H
+) 00 00 00 31H
10 00 2F 31H
The principal triads resound much more beautifully than with equal temperament, but this
benefit can only be obtained in one key. If transposed, the chords tend to become
ambiguous. The example given involves settings for a key in which C is the keynote.
And the size that have to be got should be;
❍Arabian Scale
10 00 2F 31H
-) 10 00 00 00H
00 00 2F 31H
By altering the setting for Scale Tune, you can obtain a variety of other tunings suited for
ethnic music. For example, the settings introduced below will set the unit to use the Arabian
Scale.
Therefore the system exclusive message should be sent is;
41
(2)
10
(3)
00 10
(4)
(1) Exclusive Status
(4) Model ID (XV-5050)
11
(5)
10 00 00 00
address
00 00 2F 31
data
(2) ID (Roland)
(5) Command ID (RQ1)
??
checksum
F7
(6)
(3) Device ID (17)
(6) End of Exclusive
Calculating the checksum as shown in <Example 2>, we get a message of F0 41 10 6A 11 10
00 00 00 00 00 2F 31 10 F7 to be transmitted.
<Example4> Getting data (RQ1) at once;
Temporary Performance data,
Temporary Patch data of whole part in Performance mode,
Temporary Rhythm data of whole part in Performance mode.
cf.) This operation is the same as Data Transfer function in Utility mode with “PERFORM”
(Type parameter) and “TEMP: +PATCH” (Source parameter) options.
According to the “Parameter Address Map” (p. 162), the start address of the
above all parameters is assigned as following:
Example Settings
Note name
Equal Temperament
C
0
C#
0
D
0
Eb
0
E
0
F
0
F#
0
G
0
G#
0
A
0
Bb
0
B
0
Just Temperament (Key-tone C)
0
-8
+4
+16
-14
-2
-10
+2
+14
-16
+14
-12
The values in the table are given in cents. Convert these values to hexadecimal, and transmit
them as Exclusive data.
For example, to set the tune (C-B) of the Part 1 Arabian Scale, send the following data:
F0 41 10 42 12 40 11 40 3A 6D 3E 34 0D 38 6B 3C 6F 40 36 0F 76 F7
■ASCII Code Table
10 00 00 00H
Temporary Performance
11 00 00 00H
Temporary Patch (Performance Mode Part 1)
11 10 00 00H
Temporary Rhythm (Performance Mode Part 1)
:
14 60 00 00H
Temporary Patch (Performance Mode Part 16)
14 70 00 00H
Temporary Rhythm (Performance Mode Part 16)
The offset address of Rhythm is also assigned as follows:
00 00 00H
Rhythm Common
:
00 10 00H
Rhythm Tone (Key # 21)
:
01 3E 00H
Rhythm Tone (Key # 108)
Patch Name and Performance Name, etc., of MIDI data are described the ASCII code in the
table below.
14 71 3F 41H
-) 10 00 00 00H
04 71 3F 41H
+——————+——————+——————++——————+——————+——————++——————+——————+——————+
| D
| H
| Char || D
| H
| Char || D
| H
| Char |
+——————+——————+——————++——————+——————+——————++——————+——————+——————+
|
32 | 20H | SP ||
64 | 40H |
@ ||
96 | 60H |
` |
|
33 | 21H |
! ||
65 | 41H |
A ||
97 | 61H |
a |
|
34 | 22H |
" ||
66 | 42H |
B ||
98 | 62H |
b |
|
35 | 23H |
# ||
67 | 43H |
C ||
99 | 63H |
c |
|
36 | 24H |
$ ||
68 | 44H |
D || 100 | 64H |
d |
|
37 | 25H |
% ||
69 | 45H |
E || 101 | 65H |
e |
|
38 | 26H |
& ||
70 | 46H |
F || 102 | 66H |
f |
|
39 | 27H |
` ||
71 | 47H |
G || 103 | 67H |
g |
|
40 | 28H |
( ||
72 | 48H |
H || 104 | 68H |
h |
|
41 | 29H |
) ||
73 | 49H |
I || 105 | 69H |
i |
|
42 | 2AH |
* ||
74 | 4AH |
J || 106 | 6AH |
j |
|
43 | 2BH |
+ ||
75 | 4BH |
K || 107 | 6BH |
k |
|
44 | 2CH |
, ||
76 | 4CH |
L || 108 | 6CH |
l |
|
45 | 2DH |
— ||
77 | 4DH |
M || 109 | 6DH |
m |
|
46 | 2EH |
. ||
78 | 4EH |
N || 110 | 6EH |
n |
|
47 | 2FH |
/ ||
79 | 4FH |
O || 111 | 6FH |
o |
|
48 | 30H |
0 ||
80 | 50H |
P || 112 | 70H |
p |
|
49 | 31H |
1 ||
81 | 51H |
Q || 113 | 71H |
q |
|
50 | 32H |
2 ||
82 | 52H |
R || 114 | 72H |
r |
|
51 | 33H |
3 ||
83 | 53H |
S || 115 | 73H |
s |
|
52 | 34H |
4 ||
84 | 54H |
T || 116 | 74H |
t |
|
53 | 35H |
5 ||
85 | 55H |
U || 117 | 75H |
u |
|
54 | 36H |
6 ||
86 | 56H |
V || 118 | 76H |
v |
|
55 | 37H |
7 ||
87 | 57H |
W || 119 | 77H |
w |
|
56 | 38H |
8 ||
88 | 58H |
X || 120 | 78H |
x |
|
57 | 39H |
9 ||
89 | 59H |
Y || 121 | 79H |
y |
|
58 | 3AH |
: ||
90 | 5AH |
Z || 122 | 7AH |
z |
|
59 | 3BH |
; ||
91 | 5BH |
[ || 123 | 7BH |
{ |
|
60 | 3CH |
< ||
92 | 5CH |
\ || 124 | 7CH |
| |
|
61 | 3DH |
= ||
93 | 5DH |
] || 125 | 7DH |
} |
|
62 | 3EH |
> ||
94 | 5EH |
^ ||——————+——————+——————+
|
63 | 3FH |
? ||
95 | 5FH |
_ |
+——————+——————+——————++——————+——————+——————+
Therefore the system exclusive message should be sent is;
D: decimal
H: hexadecimal
As the data size of Rhythm Tone is 00 00 01 41H, summation of the size and the
start address of Temporary Rhythm Tone #108 in Performance mode will be;
14 70 00
01 3E
+) 00 00 01
14 71 3F
00H
00H
41H
41H
And the size that have to be got should be;
F0
(1)
41
(2)
10
(3)
00 10
(4)
(1) Exclusive Status
(4) Model ID (XV-5050)
11
(5)
10 00 00 00
address
04 71 3F 41
data
(2) ID (Roland)
(5) Command ID (RQ1)
??
checksum
Arabian Scale
-6
+45
-2
-12
-51
-8
+43
-4
+47
0
-10
-49
F7
(6)
*
Appendices
F0
(1)
“SP” is space.
(3) Device ID (17)
(6) End of Exclusive
Calculating the checksum as shown in <Example 2>, we get a message of F0 41 10 00 10 11
10 00 00 00 04 71 3F 41 7B F7 to be transmitted.
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Date : Oct. 4, 2001
MIDI Implementation Chart
Model XV-5050
Transmitted
Function...
Recognized
Basic
Channel
Default
Changed
X
X
1–16
1–16
Mode
Default
Messages
Altered
X
X
Mode 3
Mode 3, 4 (M = 1)
Remarks
*2
**************
X
Note
Number : True Voice
**************
0–127
0–127
Velocity
Note On
Note Off
X
X
O
O
After
Touch
Key's
Channel's
X
O
O
O
*1
*1
O
O
*1
Pitch Bend
Control
Change
Program
Change
0, 32
1
2
4
5
6, 38
7
8
10
11
64
65
66
67
68
69
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
80
81
82
83
84
91
93
1–5, 7–31, 64–95 *3
1–5, 7–31, 64–95 *3
98, 99
100, 101
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
X
O
X
X
O
X
X
X
X
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
X
X
X
X
X
O
O
X
X
X
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
X
O
*4
*4
*4
*4
*4
*4
*4
*4
*4
*4
*4
*4
*4
*4
*4
*4
*4
O
: True Number
*4
**************
X
X
X
System
: Clock
Real Time : Commands
X
X
O
X
Mode 1 : OMNI ON, POLY
Mode 3 : OMNI OFF, POLY
*1
*2
*3
*4
(Tone 1 Level)
(Tone 2 Level)
(Tone 3 Level)
(Tone 4 Level)
(Reverb)
(Chorus)
NRPN LSB, MSB
RPN LSB, MSB
Program No. 1–128
O (120, 126, 127)
O
X
O (123–127)
O
X
O X is selectable.
Recognized as M=1 even if M≠1.
Can be changed settings.
Transmits when Data Transfer is excuted .
Mode 2 : OMNI ON, MONO
Mode 4 : OMNI OFF, MONO
CC1, 2 (General purpose controller 1, 2)
CC3, 4 (General purpose controller 3, 4)
*1
X
X
X
*1
*1
*1
*1
O
: Song Position
System
: Song Select
Common
: Tune Request
X
: All Sound Off
: Reset All Controllers X
Aux
X
: Local On/Off
Messages : All Notes Off
X
O
: Active Sensing
X
: System Reset
*1
*1
O
*5
Bank select
Modulation
Breath type
Foot type
Portamento time
Data entry
Volume
Balance
Panpot
Expression
Hold 1
Portamento
Sostenuto
Soft
Legato Foot Switch
Hold 2
Resonance
Release Time
Attack Time
Cutoff
Decay Time
Vibrato Rate
Vibrato Depth
Vibrato Delay
General Purpose Controller 5
General Purpose Controller 6
General Purpose Controller 7
General Purpose Controller 8
Portamento control
General purpose effects 1
General purpose effects 3
*1
*1
O
0–127
System Exclusive
Notes
Version : 1.00
* 5 Transmits when Data Transfer is excuted or RQ1
received.
O : Yes
X : No
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Specifications
XV-5050: 64-Voice Sound Module (conforms to General MIDI 2 System)
Parts
Connectors
16
Headphones Jack
Maximum Polyphony
USB Connector
A (MIX) Output Jack (L/MONO, R)
64 voices
B Output Jack (L, R) (or Individual Jacks 1–4)
Wave Memory
MIDI Connectors (IN, OUT, THRU)
64 M Bytes (16-bit linear equivalent)
Digital Audio Outputs:
S/P DIF Connectors (COAXIAL, OPTICAL) (24-bit, 44.1 kHz)
Wave forms: 1083
AC Inlet
Expansion Slot
Power Supply
Wave Expansion Board SRX Series: 2 slots
AC 117 V, AC 230 V, AC 240 V
Preset Memory
Power Consumption
Patches: 1024 (128 x 8 banks) + 256 (General MIDI 2 Patches)
9 W (AC 117 V)
Rhythm Sets: 16 (2 x 8 banks) + 9 (General MIDI 2 Rhythm Sets)
11 W (AC 230 V, AC 240 V)
Performances: 64 (32 x 2 banks)
User Memory
Dimensions
482 (W) x 220 (D) x 44 (H) mm
Patches: 128
19 (W) x 8-11/16 (D) x 1-3/4 (H) inches
Rhythm Sets: 4
(EIA-1U Rack Mount Type)
Performances: 64
Multi-effects: 90 types
* Three different multi-effects (only 50 types) can be used simultaneously
in Performance mode.
Weight
2.6 kg
5 lbs 12 oz
Accessories
Chorus: 3 types
Owner's Manual
Reverb: 5 types
CD-ROM (USB Driver)
System Equalizer: 2 bands per each 4 outputs
Power Cord
Display
20 characters, 2 lines (backlit LCD)
Rack Mount Washer x 4
Options
Wave Expansion Board: SRX Series
* In the interest of product improvement, the specifications and/or
appearance of this unit are subject to change without notice.
Appendices
Effects
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Index
Numerics
D
2V PCH SHIFT ............................................................... 81
3 TAP DELAY ................................................................ 80
3D AUTO SPIN ............................................................ 101
3D CHORUS .................................................................. 90
3D DELAY ...................................................................... 87
3D DELAY 2 ................................................................... 93
3D Effects ...................................................................... 102
3D FLANGER ................................................................ 91
3D MANUAL ............................................................... 101
3V PCH SHIFT ............................................................... 87
4 TAP DELAY ................................................................ 80
DIST -> CHORUS .......................................................... 83
DIST -> DELAY ............................................................. 83
DIST -> FLANGER ........................................................ 83
DISTORTION ........................................................... 76, 97
DISTORTION 2 .............................................................. 89
A
Analog Feel .................................................................... 40
Arabian Scale ......................................................... 66, 110
AUTO PAN .................................................................... 91
AUTO WAH ............................................................ 77, 92
E
EFFECTS ........................................................... 71, 73, 112
ENH -> CHORUS .......................................................... 83
ENH -> DELAY ............................................................. 83
ENH -> FLANGER ........................................................ 83
ENHANCER .................................................................. 76
Envelope ..................................... 38, 45, 47, 49, 54, 59–61
EQ ............................................................................ 69, 109
Equal Temperament .............................................. 66, 110
Equalizer ......................................................................... 69
Exclusive Protect ......................................................... 105
Expansion Board .......................................................... 120
B
F
Bank ................................................................................. 21
BASS MULTI ................................................................ 100
BIAS ................................................................................. 48
Booster ............................................................................ 42
Bulk Dump ................................................................... 106
C
Category ................................................................... 21–22
CHO -> FLANGER ....................................................... 84
CHO/FLANGER ........................................................... 85
Chorus ....................................................... 69, 74, 102, 112
CHORUS -> DELAY ..................................................... 84
CHORUS/DELAY ........................................................ 84
CL GTR MLT A ............................................................. 99
CL GTR MLT B ............................................................ 100
Clock Source .................................................... 40, 55, 107
Coarse Tune ................................................................... 40
COMMON .......................................................... 39, 55, 64
COMPRESSOR .............................................................. 77
CONTROL ........................................................ 51, 61, 107
Controller ..................................................................... 107
CTRL Rx MIDI ............................................................... 51
Cutoff Frequency ..................................................... 46, 59
178
Factory Reset .................................................................. 15
FAVORITE LIST ............................................................ 33
FB PCH SHIFT ............................................................... 81
Fine Tune ........................................................................ 40
FLANGER ....................................................................... 79
FLG/DELAY .................................................................. 84
FORMANT FLTR .......................................................... 86
Frequency Cross Modulation ...................................... 44
Frequency cross modulation ........................................ 58
FXM ........................................................................... 44, 58
G
GATE ............................................................................... 89
GATED REVERB ........................................................... 82
GENERAL .................................................................... 107
General MIDI ............................................................... 111
General MIDI 2 Mode ................................................... 23
GM ........................................................................... 23, 111
GTR AMP SIM ............................................................... 97
GTR MULTI A ............................................................... 98
GTR MULTI B ................................................................ 98
GTR MULTI C ................................................................ 99
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Index
H
N
HEXA-CHORUS ............................................................ 78
Note Range ..................................................................... 29
I
O
INFO .............................................................................. 110
INIT ............................................................................... 105
INITIALIZE .................................................................. 105
Internal Write Protect ......................................... 104–105
ISOLATOR ..................................................................... 90
ISOLATOR 2 ................................................................ 101
Ocatve Shift .................................................................... 40
Octave Shift .................................................................... 23
OD -> CHORUS ............................................................. 82
OD -> DELAY ................................................................ 82
OD -> FLANGER ........................................................... 82
Output Asgn .................................................................. 40
Output Assign ................................................................ 40
OVERDRIVE ............................................................ 76, 97
OVERDRIVE 2 ............................................................... 88
J
JD MULTI ....................................................................... 95
K
Key Range ...................................................................... 64
KEYBD MULTI .............................................................. 94
Keyfollow ........................................................... 45, 47–48
KEYSYNC FLG .............................................................. 85
L
Layer ............................................................................... 25
LCD Contrast ............................................................... 107
LFO .................................................................... 38, 50, 115
LIMITER ......................................................................... 77
LOFI COMP ................................................................... 88
LOFI NOISE ................................................................... 88
Low Frequency Oscillator ............................................ 38
M
Master Key Shift .......................................................... 110
Master Tune ................................................................. 110
Matrix Control ..................................................... 114, 118
MATRIX CTR1–4 ......................................................... 115
MATRIX CTRL .............................................................. 52
MFX ........................................................................... 69, 74
MIDI ........................................................................ 67, 113
MIDI&USB ........................................................... 108–109
MLT TAP DLY ............................................................... 86
MOD DELAY ................................................................. 80
Mode ............................................................................... 23
Multi-Effects ............................................................. 69, 74
P
PAN MODULATE ........................................................ 48
PART ......................................................................... 65–66
PATCH ............................................................................ 23
Patch .......................................................................... 36, 38
Patch Category ............................................................... 40
Patch Finder ................................................................... 21
PATCH MFX CTRL ..................................................... 114
Patch Mode ..................................................................... 23
Patch Name Copy .......................................................... 53
Patch Tempo .................................................................. 40
Patch Tone Copy ........................................................... 53
PATCH WRITE ............................................................ 104
PERFORM ...................................................................... 23
Performance ............................................................. 24, 36
Performance Mode ........................................................ 23
Performance Name Copy ............................................. 68
Performance Part Copy ................................................ 68
PHASER .............................................................. 76, 85, 91
Phrase Preview .............................................................. 18
PITCH ....................................................................... 45, 59
PITCH ENVELOPE ................................................. 45, 59
Pitch Shifter .............................................................. 81, 87
PORTAMENTO ............................................................. 51
Portamento ............................................................. 66, 113
PREVIEW ................................................................ 19, 109
preview ......................................................................... 109
Priority ............................................................................ 40
PROTECT ..................................................................... 105
Pure Temperament ................................................ 66, 110
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Index
R
T
Resonance ................................................................. 46, 60
REVERB .................................................................... 81–82
Reverb ....................................................... 69, 74, 103, 113
REVERSE DLY ............................................................... 86
REVERSE DLY2 ............................................................. 92
RHODES MULTI ........................................................... 95
RHYTHM ....................................................................... 23
Rhythm Set ..................................................................... 24
Rhythm Set Mode .......................................................... 23
RING MOD .................................................................... 86
Ring Modulator ....................................................... 42, 86
ROTARY ......................................................................... 77
ROTARY 2 ...................................................................... 93
ROTARY MULTI ........................................................... 94
RPN ............................................................................... 117
Tempo ............................................................... 40, 55, 107
Time Variant Amplifier .............................. 38, 48, 54, 61
Time Variant Filter ...................................... 38, 46, 54, 59
TM CTRL DLY ............................................................... 81
TMT ......................................................................... 41, 118
TMT CONTROL ............................................................ 52
Tone Delay ...................................................................... 44
Tone Mix Table .............................................................. 41
TREMOLO ...................................................................... 91
TREMOLO CHO ........................................................... 78
TUNE ............................................................................ 110
Tuning ........................................................................... 110
TVA ............................................................... 38, 48, 54, 61
TVA ENVELOPE ..................................................... 49, 61
TVF ................................................................ 38, 46, 54, 59
TVF ENVELOPE ...................................................... 47, 60
TVF VELOCITY ............................................................. 47
S
Scale Tune ............................................................... 66, 110
SHUFFLE DLY ............................................................... 87
SHUFFLE DLY2 ............................................................. 93
SLICER ............................................................................ 90
SPACE-D ........................................................................ 78
SPEAKER SIM ............................................................... 88
SPECTRUM ............................................................ 76, 101
Split ................................................................................. 28
St AUTO WAH .............................................................. 92
St CHORUS .................................................................... 78
St DELAY ....................................................................... 79
St FLANGER .................................................................. 79
ST FORMN FLT ............................................................. 92
St LIMITER ..................................................................... 89
St LOFI COMP ............................................................... 96
St LOFI NOIZ ................................................................. 96
St PHASER ..................................................................... 85
St PHASER 2 .................................................................. 91
St SPECTRUM ............................................................. 101
Stack .............................................................................. 108
STEP FLANGER ............................................................ 79
STEREO COMP ............................................................. 89
STEREO DIST ................................................................ 97
STEREO EQ .................................................................... 76
STEREO OD ................................................................... 97
Stretch Tune ................................................................... 40
Structure ......................................................................... 41
System Tempo ............................................................. 107
180
U
USB .................................................................. 35, 109, 124
USB MIDI Driver ......................................................... 124
V
Voice Priority ................................................................. 40
W
WAVE ....................................................................... 44, 57
Wave Generator ....................................................... 38, 54
Wave Mix Table ............................................................. 57
WG ............................................................................. 38, 54
WMT ................................................................................ 57
WRITE ........................................................................... 104
X
XFER .............................................................................. 106
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Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with a dry cloth.
Do not block any of the ventilation openings. Install in
accordance with the manufacturers instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators,
heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including
amplifiers) that produce heat.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or
grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with
one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two
blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the
third prong are provided for your safety. When the provided
plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched
particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the
point where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
12. Never use with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket,
or table except as specified by the
manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus.
When a cart is used, use caution when
moving the cart/apparatus combination to
avoid injury from tip-over.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when
unused for long periods of time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing
is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any
way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid
has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus,
the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does
not operate normally, or has been dropped.
For EU Countries
This product complies with the requirements of European Directives EMC 89/336/EEC and LVD 73/23/EEC.
For the USA
For the U.K.
WARNING:
THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED
IMPORTANT: THE WIRES IN THIS MAINS LEAD ARE COLOURED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING CODE.
GREEN-AND-YELLOW: EARTH, 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 GREEN-AND-YELLOW must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked by the
letter E or by the safety earth symbol or coloured GREEN or GREEN-AND-YELLOW.
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.
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE STATEMENT
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
– Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
– Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
– Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
– Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Unauthorized changes or modification to this system can void the users authority to operate this equipment.
This equipment requires shielded interface cables in order to meet FCC class B Limit.
For Canada
NOTICE
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
AVIS
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.
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XV-5050 Owner’s Manual
OWNER’S MANUAL
Thank you, and congratulations on your choice of the Roland XV-5050.
Before using this unit, carefully read the sections entitled: “IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS” (p. 2), “USING THE UNIT SAFELY” (pp. 3–4), and “IMPORTANT NOTES”
(p. 5). These sections provide important information concerning the proper operation of
the unit. Additionally, in order to feel assured that you have gained a good grasp of every
feature provided by your new unit, Owner’s Manual should be read in its entirety. The
manual should be saved and kept on hand as a convenient reference.
Listening to the Demo Songs
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1. Hold down the [EXIT] button and press the [
3
BANK] button.
The DEMO PLAY screen appears in the display.
2. Turn the [VALUE] dial to choose the song you want to hear.
Choose “CHAIN PLAY” to hear all songs performed in order, starting with the first song.
3. Press the [ENTER] button to start demo song playback.
4. Press the [EXIT] button to stop the performance and return to the song-selection screen.
Press the [EXIT] button again to leave the DEMO PLAY screen.
* No data for the music that is played will be output from MIDI OUT.
Convention Used in This Manual
• Words enclosed in square brackets indicate buttons or a dial or a knob on the panel.
• (p. **) indicates a reference page.
* The explanations in this manual include illustrations that depict what should typically be shown by the display.
Note, however, that your unit may incorporate a newer, enhanced version of the system (e.g., includes newer
sounds), so what you actually see in the display may not always match what appears in the manual.
Copyright © 2001 ROLAND CORPORATION
02890967
’03-7-8N
All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form without the
written permission of ROLAND CORPORATION.
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