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  • Page 1 Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    INDICE PAG. Safety Instructions Connections Control panel and push button functions Right Menu and Live setting Parameter management guide how to start playing Voices and User Voices Programs and One Touch Voices Drawbars Drum Set Arranger Using a MIDI pedal for the bass Pattern Edit Power On Set Up Song Play, Midi file and Karaoke...
  • Page 4: Safety Instructions

    Safety Instructions Safety Instructions M M E E A A N N I I N N G G O O F F G G R R A A P P H H I I C C S S Y Y M M B B O O L L S S : : The lightning arrow inside an equilateral triangle warns you about the presence C C A A U U T T I I O O N N ! ! ! ! ! ! of dangerous, not insulated voltage that may constitute a risk of electric shock.
  • Page 5 A A C C P P O O W W E E R R A A D D A A P P T T O O R R S S To connect these instruments to the wall socket you will need the supplied KETRON AC Power adaptors.
  • Page 6 Connections The SD5 is provided with all the audio and MIDI connections as required by current standards including the sockets for the pedals needed for its optimum use. The only optional extras are the hardisk, video interface and the two pedals.
  • Page 7 In this way, it is easier to control the various tim- bres. The version of Aftertouch implemented on the SD5 is the single-sound version, in other words the effect produced affects all the keys pressed at that time.
  • Page 8 Midifiles. They are used to T T r r a a n n s s p p o o s s e e all the musical sections of the SD5 in steps of one semitone. To reset the Transposer, simply TRANSPOSE press the buttons together at the same time.
  • Page 9 Control panel and push button functions DISK ON This is used to gain access to the management functions both on floppy disk and optional/built in hard disk. When the D D I I S S K K LED is lit the P P A A G G E E + + and P P A A G G E E - - push buttons can be used to select either the hard disk or the floppy disk. MICRO (Vacalizer) This is used to access the menu of the Microphone and of the Vocalizer (optional) TALK...
  • Page 10 Considering that the SD5 offers more than ten styles per group, the user can move onto the next pages either using the P P A A G G E E + + or P P A A G G E...
  • Page 11 AFTERTOUCH The SD5 keyboard features the Aftertouch effect that can be activated by pressing the special button. By pressing F3 (Utility), however, and then F2 (Aftertouch), you may assign other controls to the Aftertouch (for further details please refer to the Utility chapter of the operator's manual).
  • Page 12 The presence of a Riff sequence is pointed out on the display of the SD5 by the letter R between two square brackets ([R]) under the name of the current style.
  • Page 13 Control panel and push button functions INTRO/END 1, 2, 3 (REMIX SELECT, DRUM MIXER, DRUM&BASS) If one of these three push buttons is pressed while the Arranger is stopped an Intro is enabled, of which there are three with varying complexity. If one of these three push buttons is pressed while the Arranger is playing, an Ending is enabled with three available variations having different levels of complexity.
  • Page 14 F6 Pianist Sustain gnized chord and to freely play, right after having set the chord, along the complete keyboard. Releasing the sustain pedal will allow the SD5 to recognize the next valid chord played anywhere on the keyboard. F7 Pianist Mode Enables selection of the Pianist mode.
  • Page 15 Right Menu and Live setting F4 Overdrive It gradually saturates the sound controlled by the optional Volume Pedal. It is one of the effects required to simulate jazz and rock organs in the best way possible. The Overdrive cuts out the use of the Distortion effect. F5 Distorsor This enables the Distortion effect on the Right section, cutting out the use of the Overdrive.
  • Page 16: Parameter Management

    CALLING UP THE MENUS The parameters of the sd5 are grouped in menus that are always called up from the main page of the display which can be accessed using the E E X X I I T T push button (apart from some exceptions which we will see later).
  • Page 17 You will certainly want to instantly know how to use some functions of the SD5 such as how to call up Styles and Voices, reproduce Midi files, how to use the Arranger, how to use a MIDI accordion and the Vocalizer with a microphone. If this is the case then this section is just up your street.
  • Page 18 When the SD5 is turned on it is always pre-set to use the Arranger with a piano sound for the lead (Right section) to be played with the right hand, a background for the left hand (Lower section), a keyboard split point to keep the right hand separate from the left (set to note C3).
  • Page 19 A guide on how to start playing HOW TO CONTROL THE ARRANGER The Arranger controls are also described in the Arranger section. Below are sim- ply the main concepts. ● To change the split point, press and hold the S S P P L L I I T T push button down. Then simultaneously press the key on the keyboard that will be the new split point.
  • Page 20 At this stage you can use effects like reverb on the voice signal from the mic, which can be modified as desired. The versatility of the Vocalizer of the SD5 is such that it can be used in various ways. First and foremost the SD5 is capable of identifying the pitch of the note that you are singing so that it can be harmonized correctly and naturally.
  • Page 21 For the time being we will end on how to simply save a Registration for later recall. Once you have set the Sounds, the Style, the Arranger options and any other parameter as desired, as well as all the other control panel settings on the SD5 (as they currently are), press the S S A A V V E E push but- ton;...
  • Page 22 Confirm the procedure using F F 1 1 0 0 S S a a v v e e , thus the modifications are saved permanently in Flash RAM. To restore the original settings of the Second Voice preset by Ketron, use function push button F F 9 9 D D e e f f a a u u l l t t instead of confirming the procedure.
  • Page 23 THE ELEMENTS USED FOR VOICE PROGRAMMING A voice in the SD5 exploits a sampled wave form stored in a Wavetable as a sound source. The wave form can also be created from a number of different samples, arranged across the keyboard as multi-splits or stacked to velocity-switch according to the key dynamics, but in any event these samples cannot be modified by the user on the SD5.
  • Page 24 Voices and User Voices THE EFFECTS Using F F 8 8 E E f f f f e e c c t t the user can access the effects page for the Reverb and Chorus effects. Press F F 7 7 E E f f f f e e c c t t to display the level of the Reverb (always present unless it is set at zero) and the multi-effect that can be disabled (O O f f f f ).
  • Page 25 SAVING A USER VOICE An edited User Voice must be saved permanently in the memory otherwise it will be lost when the SD5 is turned off. The saving 'prompt' appears automatically after any parameter has been modified and the user attempts to exit the programming menu using E E X X I I T T , or by pressing the S S A A V V E E push button to enable the saving procedure.
  • Page 26 MIDI pedal. Using the Programs the player can create Harmony effects such as Duet, Trio and Steel. The SD5 provides the musician with 120 Programs that are distributed over twelve pages of ten Programs each. To call up a Program simply enable the P P R R O O G G R R A A M M push button and select one of the Programs displayed using the function push buttons.
  • Page 27 Programs and One Touch Voices sed together at the same time, will set the value to zero. Zero corresponds to the middle position. PAGE 2 The second page is used to set the entity of the effects for the single Voices. For all four Voices the Send for the Reverb is always available whereas the other para- meters available depend on the type of algorithm selected for the Effect which, in this case, can work as a multi-effect unit with distortion, chorus and delay algo-...
  • Page 28 Programs and One Touch Voices Normal: The voice is always enabled whatever the velocity value set. Low: The Voice is enabled only for velocity values ranging from 0 to the velocity value specified in F F 1 1 0 0 T T h h r r e e s s h h o o l l d d with the DATA CURSOR push buttons.
  • Page 29 N N o o t t e e : Furthermore, the SD5 does not acknowledge original audio files within the list, which distributes the audio files in their loading order. If the audio files are to be used in One Touch it is advisable to create a group of files to be loaded upon turning the keyboard on in the same order in which they appear in the list (Sound Block).
  • Page 30 The SD5 allows you to control a number of particular features relevant to the original organ timbre, to be called up with the function buttons and the D D A A T T A A C C U U R R S S O O R R ( ( L L e e f f t t , , R R i i g g h h t t ) ) buttons and modified with the D D A A T T A A C C U U R R S S O O R R ( ( U U p p a a n n d d D D o o w w n n ) ) buttons. These parameters are described in...
  • Page 31: Drum Set

    1 track (MIDI channel 10), whereas the Live Drums are assigned to the Drum 2 track (MIDI channel 9) within a style. The SD5 is equipped with 24 preset Drum Sets and 24 additional User Drum Sets that can be freely programmed by the user. Live Drums can be programmed and modified only within a Style, from the Arrange View menu.
  • Page 32 Despite the fact that most machines do follow the current General MIDI mapping for drums, you might encounter and older generation machine whose drum map- pings do not correspond to GM format, but you would like to establish on the SD5 to create compatibility.
  • Page 33 Arranger Arranger The Arranger is the heart of the automatic accompaniment of the SD5. It allows you to create a dynamic and versatile arrangement using the Styles and their controls. A Style is a group of short sequences relevant to major, minor and seventh tonalities or different tonalities combined with each other. The Arranger has the task to suitably modify those basic sequences, according to the chord played, to create continuous harmonies that may also be based on more complex chords like the thirteenths and the diminished ones.
  • Page 34 Editing, modifying and copying accompaniment tracks and sections is achieved with Edit Patter. For each Style, the SD5 allows you to modify the voices that are assigned to the tracks, as well as the volumes, the pan value and the amount of the effects sent.
  • Page 35 Arranger bass tracks without the need to keep the chord pressed on the keyboard. In fact if the LED is off, the accompaniment plays only as long as the chord is pressed on the keyboard, whereas the drums tracks continue playing irrespective of whether the chord is held pressed or not.
  • Page 36 Arranger The higher the value, the more the track volume depends on velocity. The following parameters are avai- lable: F1 Drum: velocity sensibility for the D D r r u u m m tracks F F 2 2 B B a a s s s s : velocity sensibility for the B B a a s s s s track F F 3 3 C C h h o o r r d d 1 1 : velocity sensibility for the C C h h o o r r d d 1 1 track F F 4 4 C C h h o o r r d d 2 2 : : velocity sensibility for the C C h h o o r r d d 2 2...
  • Page 37 Arranger bars of the Intro selected and to continue playing the currently activated Arrange. F7 Lock Drum: This makes it possible to lock the Drum Set change independently from which Arrangement has been chosen, within the same Style. This means that when you change from one Arrangement to another, this section will remain unalte- red.
  • Page 38 Style you are modifying. F9 Auto Fill: With Auto Fill feature activate SD5 will assign relative Fill in conjunction to arranger button (A, B, C, D). Break feature will be assign to arrange D button. F10 Bass Accordion: Manual bass will be forced (or unforced) in accordion mode in conjunction to automatic arrangement status.
  • Page 39 ARRANGE VIEW: FIRST PAGE Further to modifying the volume for the single tracks and the L L o o w w e e r r parts, the SD5 allows you to activate the M M u u t t e e function on a single track.
  • Page 40 Arranger ARRANGE VIEW: SECOND PAGE The reverb quantity of each track (and for the L L o o w w e e r r parts) remains unvaried for all Style parts. To carry out any modification, select the track or the part pressing the relevant function button.
  • Page 41 Arranger STORING A CUSTOM STYLE ● After having modified the parameters, press the S S A A V V E E button to activate the storage operation. ● Select F F 2 2 S S t t y y l l e e s s from the page displayed. ●...
  • Page 42: Using A Midi Pedal For The Bass

    Using a MIDI pedal for the bass The SD5 enables the connection of a MIDI pedal to control the manual bass line and to set the chords. The MIDI reception channel is to be set for the bass part on the same transmission channel as the pedal, by proceeding as follows: ●...
  • Page 43: Pattern Edit

    The SD5 can be used to record new Styles both in real time and also by exploiting a MIDI connection to automate and speed-up the process when recording from an external source. The SD5 is compatible with Patterns of the MS series. When these are loaded in the RAM, the SD5 performs an automatic conversion that is not visible to the musician.
  • Page 44 Minor chords and the arrangement differs from the previous etc.). To simplify the recording phase it is also possible to record a section only in Major leaving it up to the SD5 to extract the various versions of minor and seventh.
  • Page 45 Pattern Edit F F 2 2 N N o o t t e e , or of all the notes using F F 1 1 G G l l o o b b a a l l . The value is entered using the D D A A T T A A C C U U R R S S O O R R ( ( L L e e f f t t a a n n d d R R i i g g h h t t ) ) push buttons.
  • Page 46 Press the S S T T A A R R T T push button to start recording. After one pre-count you can start recording. Upon completion of the number of beats available the recording will stop and automatically the SD5 will switch to P P l l a a y y mode.
  • Page 47 Pattern Edit F9 Destination Track: If a Chord track has been selected in F F 4 4 T T r r a a c c k k s s , you can copy it to a different Chord track than the original one, as explai- ned for F F 6 6 D D e e s s t t i i n n a a t t i i o o n n P P a a r r t t .
  • Page 48: Power On Set Up

    Power On Set Up It will soon become clear to you that each time you power on the SD5, there are some features that always default to values set by Ketron (which you almost always have to change or modify prior to using the keyboard). Some of the most important settings programmed for the use of your SD5 can be stored in such a way that they are automatically called up when turning the instrument on, thus avoiding loss of time involved during re-programming.
  • Page 49 General MIDI Level 1 Note that the words set in syllables can only be displayed if the Midi file has Lyric events. The SD5 can however import a text file (.TXT), to be linked to a Midi file, without having to use software to add the words. This possibility is described in the “Text files” section.
  • Page 50 L L e e v v e e l l ) ) only when the Midi file is being played back; otherwise using the P P A A G G E E + + / / - - push buttons will select the disk drive to be used (FD or HD). If the Midi file is generated by an external module via MIDI and is being played back through the SD5, the P P A A G G E E + + / / - - push buttons pressed together at the same time mute the volume of the external module and not that of the built-in generator of the SD5.
  • Page 51 Song Play, Midi file and Karaoke F1 GM Part: This calls up a set of pages for modifying the parame- ters of a single tracks. Later on you will find a specific section with more detailed explanations. F2 Count: This has a double function. It displays the number of the beat as the Midi file is being played.
  • Page 52 To move around between the single Parts use the P P A A G G E E + + / / - - push buttons. You can access one of the 16 parts directly using the M M u u l l t t i i - - t t a a b b keys of the SD5.
  • Page 53 N N o o t t e e : : The modification of the operational mode of a track can make the song incompatible with modules using the General MIDI format, but it offers the best possible conditions for creating Midi files on the SD5.
  • Page 54 F7 Chain Edit: This creates chains of Midi files of no more than 32 Midi files, to be reproduced in sequence without having therefore to call up each file individually. It only works for the Midi files stored in the same Folder or on the same floppy disk. Once F7 Chain Edit is pressed, the SD5 displays the Midi files stored in the Folder that can be selected using the D D A A T T A A C C U U R R S S O O R R push buttons.
  • Page 55: Drum Remix

    DRUM MIXER Ketron has grouped percussion sounds in nine categories for each drum set that can be selected using function keys F F 1 1 - - F F 9 9 , after having pres- sed the I I N N T T R R O O - - E E N N D D 2 2 / / D D R R U U M M M M I I X X E E R R button. When a category is checked, the percussion instruments correlated to it will play, otherwise their volu- mes will be muted (M M u u t t e e function).
  • Page 56: Video Out And Karaoke

    CHANGING THE BACKGROUND AND TEXT COLOUR The SD5 can select two different colours for the background and for the words: The combinations are Blue/White or White/Black. To change the colour of the background use F F 1 1 : : press the function push button repeatedly.
  • Page 57: Recording A Midi File

    Once S S o o n n g g R R e e c c o o r r d d is disabled, the SD5 resets itself automatically, ready to playback everything recorded within the current ses-...
  • Page 58 Press F F 3 3 C C o o n n v v e e r r t t and the SD5 converts the Midi file and upon completion opens a window where the name of the Midi file can...
  • Page 59 SYNCHRONIZING THE CHANGES TO THE LYRICS/TEXT PAGE WITH A MIDI FILE The SD5 can record the page change of the .TXT file displayed at any stage of a Midi file. By writing a text with black lines, you can achieve results very close to Karaoke, obviously with some graphic restrictions.
  • Page 60: Using The Microphone

    F5 Music Vol: This balances the microphone signals with the sound generator of the SD5. The value is modified using the D D A A T T A A C C U U R R S S O O R R ( ( L L e e f f t t a a n n d d R R i i g g h h t t ) ) push buttons which, if pressed together at the same time, set the value back at maximum.
  • Page 61 It is dedicated to the human voice, and adds two or three notes to the single note sung into the microphone, thus creating a vocal duo or trio utilising the sound of the voice on the microphone input. The SD5 applies the Vocalizer to the signal coming from the Micro input and uses (for harmonization information) the chords played on the keyboard or those on the MIDI In 2 input.
  • Page 62 Vocalizer F6 Effects: this allows you to modify the effects settings, to apply the Vibrato and the Limiter, to modify the vocal sound and to activate a number of modulations. The Reverb and the Delay are the general ones and are program- mable.
  • Page 63 Arranger, and not via MIDI and not via the sequencer. “N N o o n n e e ” completely deactivates the SD5 Vocalizer but still transmits the information for the Vocalizer control to the MIDI Out, to be able to control a similar external unit.
  • Page 64 V V o o c c a a l l i i z z e e r r mode or switch the SD5 off.
  • Page 65 HD since this is the default folder the SD5 boots up with. F F 9 9 D D e e f f a a u u l l t t stores the Power On Setup as the one that will be called up on turning the SD5 on.
  • Page 66 This is used to access the menu dedicated to programming the most important parameters of an algorithm. EFFECT EDIT The SD5 does not only choose the algorithm to be assigned to the DSPs but it also allows its substantial modification and saving in dedicated memories. To modify an algorithm - first of all, it must be selected among Chorus, Delay and Distorsion, simply by pressing the function push button and choosing the algorithm.
  • Page 67 Effects F10 Save: This confirms and saves the parameters modified in the memory selected using F F 9 9 D D e e s s t t i i n n a a t t i i o o n n . The single parameters to be modified are shown in the middle of the display that are selected using the C C U U R R S S O O R R ( ( U U p p a a n n d d D D o o w w n n ) ) push buttons and are modified using the D D A A T T A A C C U U R R S S O O R R ( ( L L e e f f t t a a n n d d R R i i g g h h t t ) ) push buttons.
  • Page 68 PULL-UP A REGISTRATION OF THE BLOCK REGISTRATIONS USING THE MULTI-TABS You can also pull-up the registrations using the M M u u l l t t i i T T a a b b s s of the SD5. In this mode, you can split the various registrations into groups, each containing 16 registrations and activate them simply by pressing one of the 16 dedicated Multi-tabs.
  • Page 69 AUTOMATICALLY LOADING THE TEXT FILE AND MIDI FILE USING REGISTRATIONS This function is one of the most powerful and useful functions of the SD5. It is used to avoid lots of procedures to load the file required when playing live. There is no operational difference between a Registration of the Block Registrations and a Single Registration.
  • Page 70 Registrations F3 Keyb&Util 1/2: This is used to disable the control of the parameters of Octave, Portamento, Harmony, Pianist, Vocalizer, 2nd Sustain, 2nd Split, Velocity Curve, Rotor Wheel F3 Keyb&Util 2/2: This is used to disable the control of the parameters of Accordion, Modulation Assign, Modulation Rate, Tune, Vibrato, Portamento Time, Bend Parameter, Footswitch, Arabic Menu, Arabic Mode...
  • Page 71 SD5.
  • Page 72 If modified the control of all the parameters controlled by after touch are also changed. F4 Footswitch: The SD5 can exploit two types of optional pedals (FS13 with thirteen switches and FS6 with six switches) to control many functions, including those already available for the X series.
  • Page 73 Utility F7 Regis. Mode: This allows you to choose what events should or shouldn't be impacted if a Registration from the Block Registration memo- ries or a Single Registration is called as described in the relevant chapter. Test: This enables or disables visualisation in Arranger or Song Play mode of a text file (.TXT). F9 Song Mode: This selects the access time to a Midi file on Hard Disk between N N o o r r m m a a l l , (i.e.
  • Page 74 The value entered using the C C U U R R S S O O R R push buttons establishes the time that the page in use remains displayed, at the end of which the SD5 returns to the main page of the display. Set as Off, the page in use remains displayed until another page is manually accessed or cancelled.
  • Page 75: Midi Accordions

    F4 Left Drum: When set as O O n n , it is used to play two percussion sounds of the Drum section of the SD5 with the bass voices of the Accordion and two more voices with the Accordion chords. The two voices with relative velocity values can be selected for chords and bass.
  • Page 76 THE MIDI PARAMETERS FOR THE ACCORDION When the Accordion is enabled using F F 1 1 0 0 A A c c t t i i v v e e , the SD5 calls up the M M I I D D I I A A c c c c o o r r d d i i o o n n 1 1 set-up to attribute the MIDI channels to the keyboard sections in MIDI reception.
  • Page 77 To move around between the single Parts use the P P A A G G E E + + / / - - push buttons. You can also directly access one of the 16 parts using the M M u u l l t t i i - - T T a a b b s s of the SD5. Consult the specific chapter for further information.
  • Page 78 MIDI using the Modulation or some other MIDI parameter that direc- tly affects the voice. The MIDI filters can also be used to better control an external MIDI module. The page called up from F5 F F i i l l t t e e r r shows a table of four rows and four columns relative to the sixteen Parts.
  • Page 79 THE MIDI PARAMETERS OF THE SD5 SECTIONS From the main page of the display press F F 6 6 M M I I D D I I to call up the menus dedicated to the SD5 sections. For each single function the single sections involved are displayed together with relative value.
  • Page 80 F F 5 5 E E s s c c a a p p e e : This returns to the initial page of the MIDI menu. F F 6 6 C C o o m m p p u u t t e e r r : This selects the type of computer to which the SD5 is connected.
  • Page 81 The SD5 offers some functions used to simplify the loading procedure: It can show the whole contents of a single Folder, find just one type of file to be shown on the display when many different types of files are stored, select one or a number of files. The SD5 cannot display the whole contents of the Hard Disk by grouping the files and Folders together but only the contents of one Folder at a time.
  • Page 82 DISK displayed by pressing F F 3 3 S S a a v v e e makes it possible to select the file to save. Once this has been selected with the relevant func- tion buttons, a second page showing any files of the same type already stored in the Folder is displayed. In this way you are in a position to see the name of the files before starting the saving procedure by pressing again F F 3 3 S S a a v v e e .
  • Page 83 F6 Delete: This cancels one or a number of files selected using F F 1 1 0 0 S S e e l l e e c c t t . Before completing the procedure the SD5 displays a warning message with the following options: F5 Escape: This cancels the procedure.
  • Page 84 F F 1 1 0 0 E E x x e e c c . Press F F 5 5 E E s s c c a a p p e e to cancel the procedure.
  • Page 85 If F F a a t t a a l l E E r r r r o o r r appears you must contact a Ketron ser- vice centre as the Hard Disk is seriously damaged.
  • Page 86 F F 1 1 0 0 E E x x e e c c u u t t e e . Press F F 5 5 E E s s c c a a p p e e to cancel the procedure. The Lock Format function is re-enabled each time the SD5 is turned on, to prevent irreversible errors. The formatting procedure cancels the entire contents of the Hard Disk.
  • Page 87 ● leave the M M i i d d i i f f i i l l e e s s to end normally, the SD5 will load the next one and will play it without touching any keys. ●...
  • Page 88 For the MidJay to be able to communicate with the SD5, you need two MIDI cables, arranging a cross connection between the midi In and Out of the two instruments. In particular you need to connect the Midi Output of the MidJay to the Midi In1 Input (GM) of the SD5 and the Midi Output of the Sd5 to the Midi Input of the MidJay.
  • Page 89 ENTER key. The LED of the START/STOP key of the SD5 will start to flash to point out that the G G R R O O O O - -...
  • Page 90 MidJay Utility ACTIVATING THE CROSS FADE This function is used to gradually switch from one song to another without interruptions or without sudden variations in volume. The function works within its own section (for example, between two Midifiles for the MIDI section or between two Waves in the WAVE section) or it can be activated for all songs of a Play list.
  • Page 91 The DRUM ON/OFF mode is set automatically by the machine and is used to activate or to rapidly mute the various percus- sion sections of the SD5. The match between the multi-tab and the percussion group is the following: Tab1 Kick...
  • Page 92 A different group of registrations is associated with each of the numerical buttons 0 0 ..9 9 ( ( S S T T Y Y L L E E S S ) ) . The current group is modified simply by pressing one of the above-mentioned keys. To create, modify and save the registrations of the SD5, consult the relative chapter of this manual.
  • Page 93 Technical tables...
  • Page 95 Technical Tables INDEX PAGE Specifications Preset program changes Presets GM Voices Drum Sets Live Drums (DRUMS 2) Midi Banks & Prog. Change Styles Midi implementation Vocalizer control list System exclusive Ketron SD5 Vocalizer System exclusive list...
  • Page 97: Specifications

    Technical Tables Specifications KEYBOARD 61 keys velocity sensitive. 6 Velocity curves. Pitch & Modulation joystick. Aftertouch. MULTI-TAB 1-16 multifunction buttons. Mode Select : Drum On/Off, SFX, GM Part access, Free Assignable, Registration Groups, Arabic scale. DISPLAY 240 x 128 pixel backlit graphic TCF. FLOPPY DISK 3.5 2DD/HD.
  • Page 98: Preset Program Changes

    Technical Tables Preset program changes P. CH. BANK 0 (A) BANK 1 (B) BANK 10 (C) BANK 11 (D) BANK 12 (E) BANK 13 (F) BANK 14 (G) Grand PianoMix Rock House Jingle Piano&Strings Piano&Pad Honky Octapiano Rodes Mark Funkypno Dx Piano Vintage Brightpiano...
  • Page 99 Technical Tables Brass 1 Octabrass Latinbrass Brass 2 Trombones Growbrass Synbrass Tijuana Falloff Altosoft Soprano Blowtenor Tenor Growlsax Contralto Circus Baritone Englishorn Oboe Bassoon Clarinet Piccolo Flute Recorder Andes Panflute Shakuhashi Whistle Ocarina Tenosynt 1 Tecnosynt 2 Sawbrass Sawlead Synlead Minimug Calliope Brightsaw...
  • Page 100 Technical Tables Presets P P I I A A N N O O Grand Piano Ocarina Diatonic Rock Piano Bassoon Reed Sawlead Brightsaw Honky Whistle Parisienne Synclavi Octapiano Panflute Valse Harpsichord Piccolo Harmonica Sweepsine Dx Piano Classica Breaths Rodes P P A A D D Magicpad Folk Taurus...
  • Page 101 Technical Tables GM Voices Pizzicato BANK A (CONTROL CHANGE 00, VALUE=0) Gipsy PROGRAM Tzivago NAME CHANGE Symphony Grand Altosoft Corale Rock Contralto Vocals Upright Rock Tenor Choir Honky Bariton Rodes Oboe DxPiano Englishorn B B R R A A S S S S Brass 1 Harpsichrd Basson...
  • Page 102 Technical Tables BANK B (CONTROL CHANGE 00, VALUE=1) BANK C (CONTROL CHANGE 00, VALUE=10) PROGRAM PROGRAM * = Bank A Remap NAME NAME CHANGE CHANGE Jingle Soprano Bank A remap Bank A remap " " Electric Liscio Sax " " House Jazz Tenor "...
  • Page 103 Technical Tables Drum Sets Live Drums (DRUMS 2) PROGRAM BANK PROGRAM NAME NAME CHANGE (C.C.=0) CHANGE Bachata Gipsy 2 Standard Bolero 1 Maracas 2 Folk Chacha 1 --------------- Cumbia 1 Jazz 3 Acoustic Guajra 1 Shuffle 2 Jazz Dry Mambo Jazz 4 Salsa 1 Samba 3...
  • Page 104 If you call up a program change that does not exist, automatically the corresponding one of bank A is called up. Guitar Groups The Guitar voices on the SD5 are organized within 6 groups, each one having special noises and strumming effects at lowest and highest ends of the keyboard.
  • Page 105 Technical Tables Styles U U N N P P L L U U G G G G E E D D G.Ballad1 Bossamix BasicRock G.Ballad2 PnoBallad 60'sPop G.Pop1 70'sBeat Twist G.Pop2 Folk12/8 SlowRock1 G.Country1 Afterhours SlowRock2 G.Country2 FolkSinger RockBallad G.Country3 BluesBall Hard Rock G.Andaluz...
  • Page 106: Midi Implementation

    Technical Tables Midi implementation NOTE ON 9nH kk vv n(0-0FH) midi channel, kk(01H-7FH)=NOTE ON vv=velocity(01H-7FH) (vv=0 means NOTE OFF) NOTE OFF 8nH kk vv n(0-0FH) midi channel, kk(01H-7FH)=NOTE OFF 9nH kk 00H vv=don't care if command 8nH PITCH BEND EnH bl bh Pitch Bend as specified by bl(low) bh(high), bl=(00H-7FH),bh=(00H-7FH) 14 bit resolution.
  • Page 107: Vocalizer Control List

    Technical Tables Vocalizer control list CONTROL 5CH BnH 5CH cc Vocalizer Delay cc=00H-7FH NRPN 6002H BnH 65H 60H 64H 02H 06H vv Direct Volume vv=00H-7FH NRPN 6003H BnH 65H 60H 64H 03H 06H vv Vocalizer volume vv=00H-7FH NRPN 600AH BnH 65H 60H 64H 0AH 06H vv Octave Voices vv = 0 ->...
  • Page 108 Technical Tables System exclusive Ketron SD5 T T A A B B S S F0 26H 7CH Code_tab Status F7H Code_tab = 00H - 7FH Tab code (see list) Status = 7FH Tab pressed Status = 00H Tab released -------- = Not Used...
  • Page 109 Technical Tables 09H In./End. 3 19H 7th 29H Bass Lock 39H Arabic_3 49H Arabic_7 0AH Fill 1 1AH m7th 2AH Chord Lock 3AH Arabic_4 4AH Arabic_8 0BH Fill 2 1BH 5+ 2BH Fall Off 3BH Arabic_5 4BH Arabic_9 0CH Fill 3 1CH dim 2CH Shake 3CH Arabic_6...
  • Page 110 Technical Tables C C H H O O R R U U S S P P A A R R A A M M E E T T E E R R S S F0H 26H 7BH Cho_par 00H Value F7H Cho_par: Chorus Volume Value 0 - 7FH...
  • Page 111 Technical Tables M M A A S S T T E E R R T T U U N N E E F0H 26H 7BH 0CH 00h Data1,Data2 F7H Data1 00H-0CH high nibble Data2 00H-0FH low nibble Es. Data1=06h Es. Data1=00h Es.
  • Page 112 Technical Tables F F I I X X E E D D V V E E L L O O C C I I T T Y Y C C U U R R V V E E V V A A L L U U E E F0H 26H 7BH 16H 00H Value F7H Value = 01H-7FH G G M M P P A A R R T T K K E E Y Y - - S S H H I I F F T T...
  • Page 113 Technical Tables G G E E N N E E R R A A L L M M I I D D I I V V O O L L U U M M E E F0H 26H 7BH 38H 00H Value F7H Value 00-7FH default: 7FH G G E E N N E E R R A A L L M M I I D D I I P P A A N N F0H 26H 7BH 39H 00H Value F7H...
  • Page 114: Vocalizer System Exclusive List

    Technical Tables Vocalizer System exclusive list A A s s s s i i g g n n G G m m P P a a r r t t t t o o V V o o c c a a l l i i z z e e r r : : F0H 26H 7BH 33H 00H Part Value F7H Part: 00H-0FH GM Part Value: 00H = Off...
  • Page 115 Technical Tables V V o o c c a a l l i i z z e e r r P P i i t t c c h h B B e e n n d d o o n n / / o o f f f f F0H 26H 7BH 6DH 00H Value F7H Value: 00H Off 7fH On...
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