Yamaha CBX-K1 Owner's Manual Page 21

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Setting a Specific Value for a Function
(MSB, LSB)
13
Operation: C + K
Values
L
Relevant Function: Song Position Pointer
Example: Changing the song position pointer setting on a sequencer to
MSB = 12, LSB = 34
C + K
0
1
2
0
NOTE
Decimal values of MSB and LSB are 3 digits
each (6 digits total); hexadecimal values are 2 digits
each. Zeroes must be entered, unless they occur at the
beginning of the value. For the example above, the
first zero may be omitted, but the second must be
entered. In other words, the value could be entered as
1
2
0
3
Setting a Specific Value for a Specific
Controller
Operation: C + K
Controller Number
14
Relevant Functions: RPN Direct Data Send*; Controller Direct
Data Send; NRPN Direct Data Send*
Functions marked with an asterisk (*) above require that
you enter two values: an MSB (Most Significant Byte)
and an LSB (Least Significant Byte).
Example: Changing the Portamento Time of a tone generator's voice
C + K
Time)
L
{2
The operation steps enclosed in brackets ({}) can be
repeated or re-entered as long as C is held.
NOTE
This operation assigns a controller number for
the ASSIGNABLE Wheel without altering the controller
assignment.
Function Key
W (Song Position Pointer)
3
4
K
4 .
Function Key
L
Value(s)
L
S
5 (Portamento
5
L}
Using the CBX-K1 — Basic Operations
Sending a Single-Byte Data Message
This function allows you to quickly and easily
send a non-standard MIDI message of a single
byte. The effective range of this function is from
15
0-255; values outside of this range will be ig-
nored.
Operation: C + K
Example: Sending a (decimal) value of 252
C + K
K}
The operation steps enclosed in brackets ({}) can be
repeated or re-entered as long as C is held.
Value
L
{2
5
2
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