1A – 1I Keyboard Scale
This function allows you to select scales. You can also create your own scale.
01A SCALE TYPE ø
01F User Scale ø
A+00 A#+00 B+00
OK to Copy
Sub Scale Type
Sub Scale Key (Key)
01B SCALE KEY
01C User Scale ø
C+00 C#+00 D+00
01G Copy SCALE ø
01H SUB SCALE
(quarter tone scales
often used in Arabic
Same as 1A (except
Same as 1A
01D User Scale ø
D#+00 E+00 F+00
01I SUB KEY
Most commonly used equal temperament scale. Songs can
easily be transposed into different keys.
Like equal temperament, but with slight random pitch variations
between subsequent key presses. This is useful for simulating
the unstable pitch of an acoustic instrument.
Intervals such as third and ﬁfth are perfectly in tune. Other
intervals will correspondingly be out of tune, so you must specify
a key. See LCD screen 1B.
Like the pure major scale, but minor.
RAST DO / BAYATI RE
RAST FA / BAYATI SOL
RAST SOL / BAYATI LA
RAST RE / BAYATI MI
/ BAYATI DO
Ancient Greek tuning, useful when playing melodies
Equal temperament style that was used in the latter part of the
Developed in the 18th Century, used mainly for harpsichord.
Indonesian gamelan tuning with 5 notes per octave. When key
is set to C, notes C, D, F, G, A are used. Other notes are set to
Like the slendro scale, but with 7 notes per octave. When key is
set to C, notes C, D, E, F, G, A, B are used.
This allows you to create your own tuning, and is set up using
LCD screens 1C to 1F.
Speciﬁes the tonic (key note) of the scale.
Used to tune the individual notes for the user scale in 1 cent
Copy a preset scale to the user scale (key not copied)
Executes scale copy
See 1A descriptions
Speciﬁes the tonic (key note) of the sub scale
01E User Scale ø
F#+00 G+00 G#+00