Panel Descriptions; Performance Pads; Adjusts The Overall Volume (P. 19); Add Liveliness To The Sound To Give It Superb Clarity And - Roland KR107 Owner's Manual

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Panel Descriptions

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Power
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[Power] switch
1.
Pressed to switch the power on and off (p. 18).
[Volume] knob
2.

Adjusts the overall volume (p. 19).

[Sound Control] button
3.

Add liveliness to the sound to give it superb clarity and

distinctness.

[Brilliance] knob
4.
Adjusts the brightness of the sound (p. 19).
[Part Balance] button
5.
This adjusts the relative volume levels of each of the
performance parts (p. 63).
[Balance] knob
6.
Changes the volume balance for sounds played with the
keyboard and for songs and accompaniments (p. 63).
[Transpose] button
7.
Transposes the pitch of the keyboard or the song being
played (p. 88).
[Vocal Effect] Button
8.
Applies a variety of effects to vocals from the
microphone (p. 36).
[Ambience/Reverb] button
9.
Adds reverberation to the sound (p. 29).
Adds three-dimensional breadth to the sound (p. 31).
[User Program] button
10.
Stores the selected functions and states of the buttons (p.
108).

Performance Pads

[Style Orchestrator] button
11.
This is used to change the arrangement type for
automatic accompaniment with the Performance Pads
(p. 58).
[User Function] button
12.
This is used to assign a variety of functions to the
Performance Pads (p. 144).
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[1]–[3] buttons
13.
The operation of each is changed depending on the
buttons numbered 11-12.
Music Style buttons
14.
Selects a Music Style for automatic accompaniment (p.
51).
Pressing the [User] button selects a User Style that
you've made yourself or a Music Style on external
memory (p. 53).
Fill In buttons
15.
Inserts a fill-in in an automatic accompaniment and
changes the accompaniment pattern (p. 58).
[To Variation] button
[To Original] button
[Intro/Ending] button
16.
Play an intro or ending during automatic
accompaniment (p. 55).
[Start/Stop] button
17.
Starts and stops automatic accompaniment (p. 55).
[Count/Marker] button
18.
You can change the count settings (p. 57, p. 83).
These allow you to add and move markers in the
notation as well as repeat playback of song segments
simply and easily (p. 85).
Beat Indicator
19.
This lights up in correspondence with the beat of the
selected song or accompaniment.
[Metronome] button
20.
Activates the built-in metronome (p. 44).
Tempo [-] [+] buttons
21.
Adjusts the tempo.
Press the [-] and [+] buttons at the same time to return to
the original tempo.
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