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Yamaha PLG150-AN Owner's Manual

Analog physical modeling plug-in board modular synthesis plug-in system.
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Analog Physical Modeling Plug-in Board
Analog Physical Modeling Plug-in Board
Carte Plug-in de Synthèse à Modélisation Analogique
Owner's Manual
Bedienungsanleitung
Mode d'emploi

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  • Page 1 Analog Physical Modeling Plug-in Board Analog Physical Modeling Plug-in Board Carte Plug-in de Synthèse à Modélisation Analogique Owner’s Manual Bedienungsanleitung Mode d’emploi...
  • Page 2 Precautions Do not expose the plug-in board to direct sunlight, Before connecting the computer to other devices, turn excessive humidity, high temperatures, excessive dust or off the power switches of all devices. strong vibrations. Yamaha is not responsible for loss of data through com- Before handling the plug-in board, be sure to touch a puter malfunctions or operator actions.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Congratulations and thank you for purchasing the Yamaha PLG150-AN Control Synthesizer Plug-in Board! The PLG150-AN is a custom tone generator designed for use with a variety of Yamaha elec- tronic musical instruments. Foremost, the PLG150-AN can be installed to and integrated with instruments of the Modular Synthesis Plug-in System (such as the CS6x, CS6R, S80, etc.) It can also be used seamlessly with the MU128 Tone Generator (as well as other MU-series instruments and the SW1000XG PCI Audio/MIDI Board).
  • Page 4: Overview Of The Plg150-an

    Overview of the PLG150-AN The PLG150-AN gives you a full-featured, powerful synthesizer with stunning analog-like sound — thanks to the Analog Physical Modeling system — in a compact plug-in board. In addition to being packed with standard synthesizer “modules” (including VCO, VCF and VCA) that provide compre- hensive, flexible control over the sound, the PLG150-AN also features a built-in Arpeggio and Step Sequencer for generating and playing back complex patterns at the touch of a key.
  • Page 5 Overview of the PLG150-AN Pattern Generator with Arpeggio and Step Sequencer These features let you automatically produce a wide variety of note patterns in real time as you per- form. Arpeggio lets you play perfect arpeggiated chords at the simple press of a key. The Step Sequencer permits quick, easy creation of highly sophisticated looped patterns which can be triggered from the keyboard in a variety of ways.
  • Page 6: Analog Physical Modeling Synthesis And The Plg150-an Tone Generator

    Analog Physical Modeling Synthesis and the PLG150-AN Tone Generator As the PLG150-AN Tone Generator Block Diagram (page 7) illustrates, the VCO module generates the basic signal, then passes it along the signal path to the MIXER and VCF modules, processing the signal in a variety of ways before passing it on to the VCA module, which controls the volume of the signal —...
  • Page 7: Plg150-an Tone Generator Block Diagram

    Analog Physical Modeling Synthesis and the PLG150-AN Tone Generator PLG150-AN Tone Generator Block Diagram LFO1 & LFO2 Effects VCO1 Distortion 3-Band EQ Oscillator Sync Master Slave Ring Oscillator Sync Modulator MIXER VCO2 Noise Feedback The VCO module is where the original sound waveform is generated. In general, the VCOs of analog synthesizers feature the simple waveforms shown below.
  • Page 8 Analog Physical Modeling Synthesis and the PLG150-AN Tone Generator However, the instrument also gives you a wide variety of tools (including Pulse Width Modulation and Edge) for introducing analog-like “imperfections” to the waveforms and making them much more complex and interesting. The VCO of the PLG150-AN actually has two blocks: VCO 1 and VCO 2.
  • Page 9 Analog Physical Modeling Synthesis and the PLG150-AN Tone Generator Edge This useful parameter lets you make fine, subtle changes to the waveform. Higher Edge values pro- duce a sharper waveform, resulting in a harder, harsher sound with many harmonics. Reducing the value makes the waveform rounder, producing a Sharp-edged Slightly rounded...
  • Page 10: Noise, Ring Modulator And Feedback

    Analog Physical Modeling Synthesis and the PLG150-AN Tone Generator VCO1 VCO1 Adds harmonics Oscillator Sync Adds harmonics to to the sound, Master Slave Slave oscillator. the sound, due to due to Oscillator oscillator oscillator Determines the timbre Oscillator Sync. Sync. or tone.
  • Page 11: Vcf

    Analog Physical Modeling Synthesis and the PLG150-AN Tone Generator Once the VCO 1, VCO 2, Ring Modulator, Noise and Feedback signals are mixed in the MIXER module, they can then be filtered by the VCF module. The VCF includes a comprehensive set of fil- ters, including Low Pass Filter (LPF), High Pass Filter (HPF), Band Pass Filter (BPF) and Band Elim- inate Filter (BEF).
  • Page 12: Lfo 1, 2 And Peg, Feg

    Analog Physical Modeling Synthesis and the PLG150-AN Tone Generator LFO 1, 2 and PEG, FEG The LFO 1 and LFO 2 sections provide a sophisticated set of modulation possibilities, allowing you to modulate the VCO 1, VCO 2, VCA, and VCF sections in various ways and degrees. The LFO can be used to control: Pmod (pitch of the oscillator) PWM (Pulse Width Modulation)
  • Page 13: Memory Buffer Structure

    Memory Buffer Structure AN-XG Bank Voice 236 voices MSB=84 (AN-XG/A) LSB=0, 64 — 81, 96 — 107 Voice PrgNo.=39 — 128 (origin : 1) MSB=100 (AN-XG/B) LSB=0, 64 — 76 PrgNo.=39 — 120 (origin : 1) Custom Bank Voice Voice Parameter Preset1 128 voices Voice MSB=36...
  • Page 14: Specifications

    Specifications TONE GENERATOR/MODULES : Analog Physical Modeling, 2VCO(OSCILLATOR & FM), Ring Modulator, Noise, VCF(FEG), VCA(AEG), PEG, 2LFO, Arpeggio/Step Sequencer Generator, 4 Track FreeEG POLYPHONY : 5 notes maximum (latest note priority; polyphony is expandable *1) *1 Depending on the particular “mother” device, up to eight additional boards can be installed, for a total of 40-note polyphony.
  • Page 15: Demonstration Songs

    About the Included Floppy Disks AN Easy Editor (page 17) AN Expert Editor (page 17) Demonstration Songs (1) “AN Solo” (for Modular Synthesis Plug-in System devices:M_Solo.MID) (for XG Plug-in System devices:X_Solo.MID) Katsunori Ujiie (Idecs, Inc.) For: Modular Synthesis Plug-in System devices (CS6x, etc.) and XG Plug-in System devices (MU128, etc.) To play this song with a Modular Synthesis Plug-in System device (such as the CS6x, etc.), first call up the Voice mode (press the VOICE button), then press PLG1 or PLG2 (depending on which slot the...
  • Page 16: Installing The Plg150-an

    Installing the PLG150-AN For detailed instructions on installing the PLG150-AN, refer to the owner’s manual of the Plug-in- compatible “mother” device (e.g., CS6x, MU128, etc.). Included Items The following items have been included in the package of your new PLG150-AN. Please make sure that you have them all before starting to setup and use the instrument.
  • Page 17: Xgworks Or Xgworks Lite Music Sequencing Software

    Required and Recommended Items XGworks or XGworks lite Music Sequencing Software These software sequencers provide convenient tools for taking full advantage of the PLG150-AN, let- ting you create song data that automatically selects and plays back the AN voices. They also include the powerful AN Easy Editor and AN Expert Editor (see below) for editing and controlling the AN voices.
  • Page 18: Installing And Starting The Plug-in Editor Software (windows 95/98)

    Installing and Starting the Plug-in Editor Software (Windows 95/98) Installing the Software Double-click the “Setup.exe” file in the “plg-an” folder on the floppy disk to start the installation. Click “Next” or “Yes” and follow the subsequent instructions on the screen to complete the installa- tion.
  • Page 19: Starting The An Expert Editor

    Installing and Starting the Plug-in Editor Software (Windows 95/98) Starting the AN Expert Editor Start XGworks (or XGworks lite). Click the “Plug-in” menu and select “AN Expert Editor.” Alternately, press Alt + P, then A (twice), and ENTER. The “Select AN Part” dialog box appears. Set the desired Part number and click “OK.”...
  • Page 20: Selecting An Voices (modular Synthesis Plug-in System)

    Selecting AN Voices (Modular Synthesis Plug-in System) When the PLG150-AN is installed to a CS6x Control Synthesizer, the AN voices can be selected in the same way as the internal voices of the synthesizer. The example displays used in the following explanations are all taken from the CS6x. Enabling and Selecting AN Voices Press the VOICE button.
  • Page 21: Editing The An Native Part Parameters (modular Synthesis Plug-in System)

    Editing the AN Native Part Parameters (Modular Synthesis Plug-in System) Keep in mind that the parameter values and settings below represent offsets of the actual voice settings. This means that adjustments made to the parameters may not make much change in the actual sound, depending on the original settings of the voice.
  • Page 22: Selecting/editing The An System Parameters (modular Synthesis Plug-in System)

    Selecting/Editing the AN System Parameters (Modular Synthesis Plug-in System) The example displays used in the following explanations are all taken from the CS6x. Press the UTILITY button. The Utility Mode display appears. MSTR TG) NtShift Tune + 0 + 0.0c Turn the PAGE knob clockwise until “PLG150-AN”...
  • Page 23: Selecting An Voices (xg Plug-in System)

    Selecting AN Voices (XG Plug-in System) The PLG150-AN voices can be selected just like the voices of the XG tone generator. Keep in mind, though, that they can only be selected when the Sound Module Mode is set to XG or Performance. Also, the Part Assign parameter in the Utility mode (see below) must be set to the desired Part.
  • Page 24 Selecting AN Voices (XG Plug-in System) Select the desired bank number. Move the cursor to the Bank Number parameter with the SELECT </> buttons and use the VALUE -/+ buttons to select the desired bank. Bank Number parameter Select the desired voice number. Move the cursor to the Voice (Program) Number parameter with the SELECT </>...
  • Page 25: Editing The An Native Part Parameters (xg Plug-in System)

    Editing the AN Native Part Parameters (XG Plug-in System) Any of the AN voices can be freely edited from the front panel with the AN Part parameters. These same parameters can also be edited from a computer using the AN Easy Editor software (in XGworks).
  • Page 26 Editing the AN Native Part Parameters (XG Plug-in System) Return to the main Play display. Press the [EXIT] button several times, or press the [PLAY] button once. When an AN voice is selected from one of the custom banks (Preset 1, Preset 2, or User), the AN voice’s settings for the following parameters take precedence over the corresponding XG Part set- tings.
  • Page 27: Selecting/editing The An System Parameters (xg Plug-in System)

    Selecting/Editing the AN System Parameters (XG Plug-in System) The parameters that apply to the entire system of the PLG150-AN are included in the Utility mode menu of the XG tone generator. The example displays used in the following explanations are all taken from the MU128. Press the [UTIL] button.
  • Page 28: Parameters

    Parameters AN Native Part Parameters Keep in mind that the parameter values and settings represent offsets of the actual voice settings. This means that the actual sound that results from the settings made here depends on the original settings of the voice. Also keep in mind that these are “Part”...
  • Page 29 Parameters Arp/SEQ Sw (Arpeggio/Step Sequencer Switch) Settings: vce (voice), off, on This determines whether the Arpeggio or Step Sequencer is on or off. When this is set to on, the Arpeggio or Step Sequencer function can be used. When this is set to “vce” (voice), the default Arpeg- gio/Step Sequencer Switch setting for the voice is used.
  • Page 30 Parameters FM Depth Range: -64 — +63 This determines the amount of modulation created by the FM function. Higher values result in greater modulation depth. This parameter differs from that in FM Synthesis (such as used by DX-series synthesizers). Too deep of a setting will change the pitch of the voice.
  • Page 31 Parameters VCO1 PWMDp (Pulse Width Modulation Depth) Range: -64 — +63 This determines the amount of depth of the pulse width modulation of the VCO1, based on the PWM Source parameter. Higher (positive) values produce a deeper modulation. For most of the voices, the PWM Source is set to LFO2, but for some voices this is set to LFO1 or another setting (depending on the selected voice).
  • Page 32 Parameters Mix FdBack (Mix Feedback Level) Range: -64 — +63 This determines the level of feedback output from the VCA that is returned (or “fed back”) into the input of the mixer, causing the signal to build up in amplitude according to the level you set. Higher values increase the Feedback level, resulting in a fatter sound.
  • Page 33 Parameters FEG Sustin (Filter EG Sustain Level) Range: -64 — +63 This determines the level of sustain of the FEG, which is the fixed level of the cutoff frequency main- tained as long as the key is held. Higher values increase the Sustain level. FEG Releas (Filter EG Release Time) Range: -64 —...
  • Page 34: An System Parameters

    Parameters Dist Drive (Distortion Drive) Range: off, -63 — +63 This determines the amount of distortion “drive” for the guitar amplifier simulation effect block. The higher the value, the greater the degree of distortion in the sound. When this is et to “off,” the guitar amplifier simulation block is bypassed, regardless of the setting of the selected voice.
  • Page 35 Parameters Vel Curve (Velocity Curve) Settings: norm, soft1, soft2, easy, wide, hard This determines how key velocity (the strength at which the keys are played) affects the volume of the voices. Six different preset velocity “curves” let you quickly tailor the response to your playing prefer- ences.
  • Page 36 Parameters hard Volume Compared to “norm,” this curve produces greater volume in the hard (strong) velocity range, making it suitable for players having a heavy touch. Playing strength Mrph CtrlNo (Morphing Control Change Number) Settings: off, 1 — 95, AT This determines which MIDI controller (modulation wheel, breath controller, foot controller, etc.) is used to “morph”...
  • Page 37 Parameters MrphBankMSB (Morphing Bank Select MSB Number) Settings: 036 (Custom), 084 (AN-XG/A), 100 (AN-XG/B) These parameters are used together to select the “second” voice for the Morphing function. The cur- rently selected voice (called up from the panel or by MIDI) is paired with the voice selected here, letting you “morph”...
  • Page 38: Appendix

    Appen- Voice List Preset 1 Bank Voice List (Bank Select MSB = 36, LSB = 0) VoiceName Category Key Assign Pattern Generator AN AC1 AN AC2 AN AC3 AN AC4 Mode Unison Type Switch ( Default CC#41 ) ( Default CC#42 ) ( Default CC#43 ) ( Default CC#44 ) Killer...
  • Page 39: Voice List

    Voice List VoiceName Category Key Assign Pattern Generator AN AC1 AN AC2 AN AC3 AN AC4 Mode Unison Type Switch ( Default CC#41 ) ( Default CC#42 ) ( Default CC#43 ) ( Default CC#44 ) Stevie Legato UpOct1 VCO1 Edge Dist.
  • Page 40 Voice List Preset 2 Bank Voice List (Bank Select MSB = 36, LSB = 1) VoiceName Category Key Assign Pattern Generator AN AC1 AN AC2 AN AC3 AN AC4 Mode Unison Type Switch ( Default CC#41 ) ( Default CC#42 ) ( Default CC#43 ) ( Default CC#44 ) Cracker...
  • Page 41 Voice List VoiceName Category Key Assign Pattern Generator AN AC1 AN AC2 AN AC3 AN AC4 Mode Unison Type Switch ( Default CC#41 ) ( Default CC#42 ) ( Default CC#43 ) ( Default CC#44 ) BPF Pad Poly UpOct1 FEG Sustain VCF Mod Dp VCF Cutoff...
  • Page 42 Voice List User Bank Voice List (factory bank from Preset 1/2) Bank Select MSB=36, LSB=2 User No. Preset 1/2 Preset No. Voice Name Category User No. Preset 1/2 Preset No. Voice Name Category Metallic AsianTek Chromes Omega ElecGrov HardBrss BPF Step Fatty Killer ToToHorn...
  • Page 43 Voice List AN-XG Voice Map Bank Select MSB = 84 (XG/A), 100 (XG/B) Bank Select LSB Instrument Pgm# Group Bass ANSynBas RealMini Chamleon Cream Maxx 2001 BlapMoth Ruff BiggMac Prphtic1 Prphtic2 Wonder Slum FootBase Mini Low DuckBass 10thTone DuckBas2 Cracker Monty BirdWrld Woodbass RubbaBas...
  • Page 44 Voice List Bank Select MSB = 84 (XG/A) Bank Select LSB Instrument Pgm# Group Sound ANHlcptr Siren RadioNz Fumble Invade FreeEdge Touch Chemical AnalgAge Chemicl2 PropProp WelcomBk PlyChord AN Cave Effects Sequence Hardcore Kangaroo AcidSeq1 AcidSeq2 Harmsync KickLine Free Cut ElecGrov ANSeqBas Cool man...
  • Page 45 Voice List Plug-in Voice List (for CS6x, CS6R, S80) VoiceName Category VoiceName Category Killer Laos Power CyberBag ElecGrov Unstable HardNoiz Fire Zebedee Jack BPF Step ULTSound DirtySaw HiQ Reso Faaaat Fumble X-mod Invade Cream FreeEdge 2001 Touch Uni Saw Chemical X-Bass AnalgAge Ruff...
  • Page 46 Voice List Performance List (for MU128/100/100R) VoiceName Category VoiceName Category Kraftworkers Abacab Millennium MgWhistle Metalwork Pulser PsychoClock ToToHorn 2010 So-Lina Bigger Continent Monticule ProSyncDist Knivez in the Loom Bomber SyncSweep DoubleMaise 5th Pad Rouge BPF Pad Jump Brass Ice Pad MultiSawPad Sepaways ForcdStrings...
  • Page 47: Tone Generator And Effect Signal Flow

    Tone Generator And Effect Signal Flow...
  • Page 48: Arpeggio Type List

    Arpeggio Type List Param Name Comments UpOct1 The chord (or phrase) ascends up 1 Octave. UpOct2 The chord (or phrase) ascends up 2 Octaves. UpOct4 The chord (or phrase) ascends up 4 Octaves. DwnOct1 The chord (or phrase) descends down 1 Octave. DwnOct2 The chord (or phrase) descends down 2 Octaves.
  • Page 49: Control Matrix & Free Eg Track Parameter List

    Control Matrix & Free EG Track Parameter List Ctrl Matrix : Ctrl Matrix : Free EG : Parameter Name Ctrl Matrix : Source Parameter Calc. Method Trk Param Multiply Group Param Name Data Value Data Range Data Range KeyTrk Data Range Data Value or Add *1 KeyRnd...
  • Page 50: Parameter List

    Parameter List (XG / Modular Synthesis Plug-in System) Modular Synthesis Plug-in System XG Plug-in System (LCD of CS6x/CS6R/S80/etc.) (Common Parameter) Parameter Name Parameter Name Group Parameter Volume VOLUME QED*Level QED*Level Reverb Send REVERB SEND QED*Level RevSend Chorus Send CHORUS SEND QED*Level ChoSend LPF Cutoff Frequency...
  • Page 51: Midi Data Format

    MIDI Data Format 1. Channel messages 1.2.8 Holdl This message controls sustain pedal on/off. 1.1 Note on/note off These messages convey keyboard performance data. Control# Parameter Data Range Hold1 0...63, 64...127 Range of note numbers received = C-2...G8 (OFF, ON) Velocity range = 1...127 (Velocity is received only for note-on) When the Multi Part parameter “Rcv NOTE MESSAGE”...
  • Page 52 MIDI Data Format 1.2.16 NRPN (Non-registered parameter number) 1.2.18 Assignable controller This is a message for setting the sound for things like vibrato, filter or EG. Use By assigning a control change number of 0...95 to a part, application of effects NRPN MSB and NRPN LSB to specify the parameter that you wish to modify, can be controlled.
  • Page 53 MIDI Data Format 1.4 Program change When received, the Volume MSB is reflected in the System Parameter MAS- TER VOLUME. This message is used to switch voices. It changes the program number on the receiving channel. When the change is to * The binary expression 0sssssss is expressed in hexadecimal as SSH.
  • Page 54 MIDI Data Format 2.1.5 PLG150-AN Native parameter change 2.2.1 XG bulk dump This message sets parameters unique to the PLG150-AN. This message sets XG-related parameters. Unlike parameter change mes- Each message can set a single parameter. The message format is as follows. sages, a single message can modify multiple parameters.
  • Page 55 MIDI Data Format 2.2.3 AN1x bulk dump Common Vtrl Matrix 1—2 Data (Source, Parameter, Depth) Vari-Ef Type (Always "Gutar Amp.Simulator" is fixed.) The AN1x bulk dump messages are received and changed as data of the Dly-Ef, Rev-Ef Data (Type, Return, Parameter 1—7) PLG150-AN.
  • Page 56 MIDI Data Format <1-3> MIDI Parameter Change table ( MULTI PART ) Address Size Data Parameter Description Default 08 0p 00 NOT USED 00 - 7F BANK SELECT MSB 0 - 127 00 - 7F BANK SELECT LSB 0 - 127 00 - 7F PROGRAM NUMBER 1 - 128...
  • Page 57 MIDI Data Format Address Size Data Parameter Description Default 28 - 58 AC1 PITCH CONTROL -24 - +24[semitones] 00 - 7F AC1 FILTER CONTROL -9600 - +9450[cent] 00 - 7F AC1 AMPLITUDE CONTROL ** -100 - +100[%] 00 - 7F AC1 LFO PMOD DEPTH 0 - 127 00 - 7F...
  • Page 58 MIDI Data Format <2-2> MIDI Parameter Change table ( PLG150-AN Naitve System ) Address Size Data Parameter Description Default 00 08 00 NOT USED NOT USED 00-05 Velocity Curve 0:normal, 1:soft1, 2:soft2, 3:easy, 4:wide, 5:hard NOT USED 00-60 Morphing Ctrl No. (Morph off/on) 0:off, 1-95, 96:AT 00-7F Morphing to Program No.
  • Page 59 MIDI Data Format Address Size Data Parameter Description Default 00...60 Assignable Ctrl 4 Number off(0),1...95,AT(60) 2b(44) 00...60 Assignable Ctrl 5 Number off(0),1...95,AT(60) 2c(45) 00...60 Assignable Ctrl 6 Number off(0),1...95,AT(60) 2d(46) 00...60 Assignable Ctrl 7 Number off(0),1...95,AT(60) 2e(47) 00...60 Assignable Ctrl 8 Number off(0),1...95,AT(60) 2f(48) NOT USED...
  • Page 60 MIDI Data Format Address Size Data Parameter Description Default 00...09 Arpeggio Subdivide 3/8(0)...1/32(9) 04(1/8) 32...53 Play Effect Swing 50%(32)...83%(53) 32(50%) 00...C8 Play Effect Velocity realtime(0),1%(1)...200%(C8) 64(100%) 01...C8 Play Effect Gate Time 1%(1)...200%(C8) 64(100%) 00...02 Free EG Trigger free(0),midi in notes(1),all notes(2) 01(midi in notes) 00...04 Free EG Loop Type...
  • Page 61 MIDI Data Format Address Size Data Parameter Description Default 01...03 Sync Pitch Mod Switch master(1),slave(2),both(3) 03(both) 00...7F FM Depth -64...+63 40(+0) 00...04 FM Source 1 fixed(0),PEG(1),FEG(2),LFO1(3), 00(fixed) LFO2(4) 00...07 FM Source 2 VCO2 freq(0),VCO1(1),VCO1-sub(2), 00(VCO2 freq) PEG(3),FEG(4),LFO1(5),LFO2(6),VCO2 output(7) 00...04 VCO1 Wave saw(0),pulse(1),saw2(2),mix(3) 00(saw) multi-saw(4)
  • Page 62 MIDI Data Format Address Size Data Parameter Description Default 00...7F Ctrl Matrix Depth 8 Depends on Ctrl Matrix Param 40(+0) 00...72 Ctrl Matrix Source9 off(0)...Assign Knob8(72) 0(off) 00...2E Ctrl Matrix Param 9 off...PEG Attack(2E) 0(off) 00...7F Ctrl Matrix Depth 9 Depends on Ctrl Matrix Param 40(+0) 00...72...
  • Page 63 MIDI Data Format Address Size Data Parameter Description Default 00...7F Step Seq Velocity 13 rest(0),1...127 100(64) 00...7F Step Seq Velocity 14 rest(0),1...127 100(64) 00...7F Step Seq Velocity 15 rest(0),1...127 100(64) 00...7F Step Seq Velocity 16 rest(0),1...127 100(64) 00...7F Step Seq Gate Time 1 1%(0)...100%(40)...200%(7F) 94%(3C) 00...7F...
  • Page 64 MIDI Data Format Address Size Data Parameter Description Default NOT USED NOT USED NOT USED NOT USED NOT USED NOT USED NOT USED NOT USED NOT USED NOT USED NOT USED NOT USED NOT USED NOT USED NOT USED NOT USED NOT USED NOT USED NOT USED...
  • Page 65 MIDI Data Format Address Size Data Parameter Description Default 01...03 PEG Switch VCO1(1),VCO2(2),both(3) 03(both) 00...01 Portamento Mode normal(0),sustain-key(1) 00(normal) full-time(0),fingered(1) 00...7F Portamento Time 0...127 2C(44) 00...01 LFO Reset Mode off(0),key-on(1) 00(off) 00...14 LFO1 Wave sine(0)...offset-s/h2(14) 00(sine) 00...FF LFO1 Speed 1(0)...256(FF) 53(84) 00...7F LFO1 Delay...
  • Page 66 MIDI Data Format Address Size Data Parameter Description Default 00...7F Ctrl Matrix Depth 3 Depends on Ctrl Matrix Param *14 40(+0) 00...72 Ctrl Matrix Source4 off(0)...Assign Knob8(72) *14 0(off) 00...2E Ctrl Matrix Param 4 off...PEG Attack(2E) *14 0(off) 00...7F Ctrl Matrix Depth 4 Depends on Ctrl Matrix Param *14 40(+0) 00...72...
  • Page 67 MIDI Data Format Address Size Data Parameter Description Default 00...7F Step Seq Velocity 15 rest(0),1...127 100(64) 00...7F Step Seq Velocity 16 rest(0),1...127 100(64) 00...7F Step Seq Gate Time 1 1%(0)...100%(40)...200%(7F) 94%(3C) 00...7F Step Seq Gate Time 2 1%(0)...100%(40)...200%(7F) 94%(3C) 00...7F Step Seq Gate Time 3 1%(0)...100%(40)...200%(7F) 94%(3C)
  • Page 68 MIDI Data Format Address Size Data Parameter Description Default 00...7F Step Seq Velocity 2 rest(0),1...127 100(64) 00...7F Step Seq Velocity 3 rest(0),1...127 100(64) 00...7F Step Seq Velocity 4 rest(0),1...127 100(64) 00...7F Step Seq Velocity 5 rest(0),1...127 100(64) 00...7F Step Seq Velocity 6 rest(0),1...127 100(64) 00...7F...
  • Page 69 Memo...
  • Page 70: Midi Implementation Chart

    MIDI Implementation Chart...
  • Page 71 MIDI Implementation Chart...
  • Page 72: Software Licensing Agreement

    SOFTWARE LICENSING AGREEMENT The following is a legal agreement between you, the end user, and Yamaha Corporation (“Yamaha”). The enclosed Yamaha software program is licensed by Yamaha to the original purchaser for use only on the terms set forth herein. Please read this licensing agreement with care.
  • Page 73 SOFTWARE-LIZENZVEREINBARUNG Die folgende Vereinbarung ist eine rechtsgültige Vereinbarung zwischen Ihnen, dem Endanwender, und der Yamaha Corpora- tion („Yamaha”). Yamaha erteilt dem ursprünglichen Käufer für das beiliegende Yamaha-Softwareprogramm ausschließlich zu den hier ausgeführten Bedingungen eine Lizenz zur Verwendung. Bitte lesen Sie diese Lizenzvereinbarung sorgfältig. Durch das Öffnen dieser Packung bringen Sie zum Ausdruck, daß...
  • Page 74 CONTRAT DE LICENCE DE LOGICIEL Ceci est un contrat entre vous-même, l’utilisateur final, et Yamaha Corporation (“Yamaha”). Le logiciel Yamaha ci-inclus est concédé sous licence par Yamaha à l’acheteur original et ne peut être utilisé que dans les conditions prévues aux présentes. Veuillez lire attentivement ce contrat de licence.
  • Page 75 For details of products, please contact your nearest Yamaha or Die Einzelheiten zu Produkten sind bei Ihrer unten aufgeführten the authorized distributor listed below. Niederlassung und bei Yamaha Vertragshändlern in den jeweili- gen Bestimmungsländern erhältlich. Pour plus de détails sur les produits, veuillez-vous adresser à Yamaha ou au distributeur le plus proche de vous figurant dans Para detalles sobre productos, contacte su tienda Yamaha más la liste suivante.
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  • Page 77 M.D.G., EMI Division, Yamaha Corporation © 1999 Yamaha Corporation V418520 909POCP8.2-01A0 Printed in Japan...

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