Yamaha CBX-K1 Owner's Manual: Setting The Functions; Group A Operations

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Using the CBX-K1 — Basic Operations
This section shows by example the operations for the basic
functions.
* Unless indicated otherwise, L refers to either of
the ENTER keys, J or
Group A Operations
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4
1
1
5
Sending a Simple Command
1
Operation: C + Function Key
Relevant Functions: Sequencer Stop/Continue/Start; Sound Off
Example: Sending a Start command to a sequencer or rhythm machine
C + E
You can use the Q and W keys in the same
way, to stop the sequencer or continue playback from the
stopped point.
Setting a Simple Command (on/off)
2
Operation: C + Function Key
Relevant Functions: Merge On/Off
Example: Switching the MIDI Merge function of the CBX-K1 on or off
C + P
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Setting the Functions

3
3
4
4
8
7
4
1
2
4
5
5
7
7
K. However, when you wish to enter a
decimal value, make sure to press K.
Likewise, when entering a hexadecimal number, make
sure to press J.
1
8
6
6
4
4
Sending a Simple Command with L
3
Operation: C + Function Key
Relevant Functions: GM System On; XG System On
Example: Setting a connected tone generator to XG Mode
C + O
Either L key can be used for these
NOTE
commands.
Setting a Specific Value for a Function
Operation: C + Function Key
4
Relevant Functions: Tempo; Program Change; MIDI Channel;
Fixed Velocity; Controller; Drum Number; Transpose
Down/Up
Example: Changing the tempo value on a sequencer or rhythm machine
C + R
L
L
Value
L
1
4
0
K

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