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Yamaha CBX-K1 Owner's Manual: Using The Shift-related Functions

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Using the CBX-K1 — Basic Operations
The enormous flexibility and power of the CBX-K1 is in its
"hidden" or SHIFT-related functions — allowing you to
send virtually any kind of MIDI message directly from the
keyboard or use the ASSIGNABLE Wheel for real-time
control change.
Many of the functions can be done with one or two key-
strokes, while others require you to enter a number value
and press one of the L keys to execute the function.
All functions can be accessed or executed by using one of
the operations described below.
The MIDI functions can be generally divided into three
types, according to their operation.
1)
Holding C and pressing the function's key. For
these functions, such as Sequencer Stop and Start,
pressing L is not necessary. These functions are
shown on the panel without underline.
Functions Assigned to the Keyboard
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Using the SHIFT-Related Functions

L
Panel Name
Group A Function
STOP
Stop
CONTINUE
Continue
START
Start
TEMPO
Tempo
BANK SELECT
Bank Select
PROGRAM CHANGE
Program Change
GM ON
GM On
SOUND OFF
All Sound Off (each channel)
XG ON
XG On
MERGE ON/OFF
Merge On/Off (each channel)
MIDI CH
MIDI Channel
FIXED VELOCITY
Fixed Velocity
RPN
Wheel Assign (RPN)
CONTROLLER
Wheel Assign (controller number on panel)
NRPN
Wheel Assign (NRPN)
DRUM NUMBER
Drum Number
TRANSPOSE Q
Transpose Down
TRANSPOSE W
Transpose Up
Holding C, pressing the function's key and then
2)
L. These functions are indicated with a dashed
underline on the panel (for example, GM ON and XG
ON) and require pressing L to execute.
Holding C, pressing the function's key, entering
3)
a value and then pressing L. These functions
are indicated with an underline on the panel (for ex-
ample, PROGRAM CHANGE and TEMPO), and
require that a value (Decimal or Hexadecimal) be
entered.
In using the SHIFT-related functions, re-
member:
Keep holding down C until the end of the
operation. If C is released in mid-operation,
you'll have to start the operation all over again.
In the instructions that follow, "L" refers to either of
the ENTER keys, J or K.
In other words, this means that either key can be used,
unless indicated otherwise.
NOTE
The V / B lamps flash briefly
when a function is executed or a message is sent.
Group B Function
Song Select
Song Position Pointer
Reset All Controllers
All Sound Off (all channels)
GM-B Reset
Merge On/Off (each channel)
Touch Sensitivity
Controller Direct Data Send (RPN)
Controller Direct Data Send (controller number on panel)
Controller Direct Data Send (NRPN)
Device Number
Wheel Invert
MSB/LSB Invert

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