P09 USER SCALE
P09–1: USER SCALE
Here you can create a user scale. You can adjust the pitch
of each note in the octave (C...B) in a range of –99–+99
Use the cursor buttons to move the cursor to a note
name (C...B), and use the [PROGRAM/VALUE] dial to
adjust the pitch of that note.
If you set the Program Edit mode P02–1: COMMON –
PROG tab page "Scale" parameter to User Scale, the en-
tire range of the keyboard will use the scale you specify
Specifies an offset for each pitch C...B in units of cents
relative to standard equal tempered pitch as 0.
With a setting of +99, the pitch will be approximately
one semitone higher than standard pitch.
With a setting of –99, the pitch will be approximately
one semitone lower than standard pitch.
P10 CATEGORY NAME
P10–1: CATEGORY NAME
Here you can create and specify the names of each cate-
gory. Every program is assigned to one of sixteen cate-
gories. When selecting programs, it is convenient to
choose the desired category and then select programs
from that category. For details on how to select pro-
grams by category, refer to p.21 "Selecting programs by
You must execute the Write operation after editing
a category name. If you fail to do this, the name
will revert to its unedited state.
To assign a program to a category, use the Pro-
gram Edit mode P01–1: NAME – PROG tab page.
(☞p.36 "Assigning a category")
Select the number of the category whose name you want
Enter a name for the category.
The available characters and the procedure are the same
as for a program name. For details on entering a name,
refer to ☞p.36 "Assigning a category"
P11 CALIB [A.SW]
P11–1: CALIB [A.SW] (Assignable Sw)
This operation calibrates a pedal switch connected to the
RADIAS. Turn the connected pedal switch on and off,
and then press the [EDIT/YES] button.
P12 CALIB [A.PEDAL]
P12–1: CALIB [A.PEDAL]
This operation calibrates the valid range of a pedal con-
nected to the RADIAS. Move the connected pedal
through its entire range of movement, and then press
the [EDIT/YES] button.
If the calibration was not successful, the display
will indicate "Invalid Data" when you press the
[EDIT/YES] button. If this occurs, execute the op-
You must execute the Write operation for the 11:
CALIB [A.SW] and 12: CALIB [A.PEDAL] calibra-
tion settings in the same way as for the other Glo-
bal parameters. If you don't execute the Write
operation, the settings will revert to their previous
state (☞p.68 "5. Saving global parameters