This section describes features that, unless speciÞed otherwise, are common to both the rack versions of the K2600 (K2600R and K2600RS) as well as the keyboard versions of the K2600 (K2600, K2600S, K2600X, and K2600XS). The buttons and sliders that are unique to the keyboard models are described on page 1-4.
Front Panel Front Panel Quick Reference Volume Knob/ Slider Controls mixed audio outputs and headphone jack only. Does not send MIDI Volume (MIDI 07). Mode Buttons Press any of these eight buttons to enter the corresponding mode. Chan/Bank Buttons Scroll through the layers of the current program while in the Program Editor. Scroll through the zones in the current setup while in Setup mode.
Soft Buttons Functions change depending on current display page. Function of each button is displayed on bottom line of display. Exit Button Press to leave various editors. If youÕve made any changes while in the editor, you will be prompted to save them. Cursor Buttons Press the corresponding button to move the cursor up, down, left, or right in the display.
Front Panel Special Keyboard Functions There are several punctuation characters available as well, but they can be entered only with the Alpha Wheel or Plus/Minus buttons. The punctuation characters are between z (lower case) and 0 . Special Alphanumeric Buttonpad Functions When youÕre in Quick Access mode, the Alphanumeric buttonpad can be used to select the entries in the current Quick Access bank.
Solo Button Mutes all zones in setup except the current one. The button of the zone being soloed glows red. Mixdown Button Brings up the Mixdown page, as shown in the following diagram. From this page you can choose how the K2600Õs physical sliders function during MIDI mixdown. In the example below, Sliders A-H will control the volume level of MIDI channels 1-8.
Front Panel Special Button Functions Assignable Controllers (Buttons 1–8 and Sliders A–H) The function of these controllers will depend on how theyÕve been deÞned within a setup. Buttons 1Ð8 control either zone muting or KB3 features, depending on the value of the value of the Mutes parameter on the COMMON page in the Setup Editor.
Button White Blue Program Editor (Blue) Orange MIDI Successive presses take you back to Previous Pg four most recent editor pages; 5th press Gain - takes you to ALG page Master “Remembers” current editor page, so Mark you can recall multiple pages with Jump Gain + button;...
Front Panel Special Button Functions: Double Button Presses Special Button Functions: Double Button Presses Pressing two or more related buttons simultaneously executes a number of special functions depending on the currently selected mode. Make sure to press them at exactly the same time. The following table also appears as Table 3-1 on page 3-6 of the MusicianÕs Guide.