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Assigning control changes to parame-
ter controllers (knobs and buttons)
You can assign control changes CC#00–CC#95 and
CC#102–CC#119 to the main parameter controllers
(knobs and buttons) of the front panel. These settings
are made in the Global mode P07: MIDI MAP [CC#]
page.
If a control change is assigned to a knob or button, oper-
ating that knob or button will transmit the assigned con-
trol change.
If an assigned control change is received, the result will
be the same as if that controller had been operated ac-
cording to the corresponding value.
Controllers for sound parameters and insert effect pa-
rameters are transmitted and received on the timbre's
MIDI channel. Controllers for master effect parameters
are transmitted and received on the global MIDI chan-
nel. Controllers for vocoder parameters are transmitted
and received on the MIDI channel of the timbre assigned
by the Vocoder Edit mode P06: CARRIER page "InSrc1".
Parameters transmitted and received as
NRPN
NRPN (Non-Registered Parameter Number) messages
are assigned to the RADIAS' front panel knobs and but-
tons that are not included in the control messages de-
scribed above. NRPN messages can be used freely by
any manufacturer and model of device.
Use the following procedure to edit via NRPN messag-
es.
1
Use NRPN MSB (CC#99) [Bn, 63, mm] and
NRPN LSB (CC#98) [Bn, 62, rr] (n: channel, mm,
rr: upper and lower bytes of the parameter num-
ber) to select the parameter you want to edit.
2
Use data entry MSB (CC#6) [Bn, 06, mm] (n:
channel, mm: parameter value) to set the value
of the parameter.
The RADIAS uses only the data entry MSB.
Controlling the arpeggiator and step
sequencer
When you use the front panel buttons or knobs to mod-
ify the arpeggiator or step sequencer settings, NRPN
messages for the corresponding parameter will be trans-
mitted. When NRPN messages are received, the settings
of the arpeggiator or step sequencer will be set to the
corresponding values. These messages are transmitted
and received on the global MIDI channel.
For the correspondence between parameters and NRPN
messages, refer to the "MIDI implementation" on the in-
cluded CD-ROM.
Other control
In addition to the arpeggiator and step sequencer pa-
rameters, NRPN messages for the VIRTUAL PATCH 1–
6 SOURCE DESTINATION, the vocoder FC
MOD.SOURCE and CH PARAM (channel parameters)
can also be transmitted and received. Messages to con-
trol the VIRTUAL PATCH 1–6 SOURCE/DESTINA-
TION are transmitted and received on the timbre's MIDI
channel. Messages to control the vocoder's FC MOD
SOURCE and CH PARAM are transmitted and received
on the MIDI channel of the timbre selected in the Vocod-
er Edit mode P06: CARRIER page "InSrc1".
For the correspondence between parameters and NRPN
messages, refer to the "MIDI implementation" on the in-
cluded CD-ROM.
Controlling the effects
Depending on the type of effect you're using, the front
panel controllers (modulation wheel, pedal, switch) and
the "MIDI1," "MIDI2," "MIDI3," "MIDI4," and
"MIDI5" assigned in the Global mode P04: MIDI page
can be used to modulate effect parameters.
You can also assign control change messages to the front
panel [EDIT] knobs of the insert effects and master ef-
fect, and use these messages to control the parameters.
These assignments are made in the Global mode P07:
MIDI MAP [CC#] page.
The control changes used as control sources for the
insert effects are transmitted and received regard-
less of the timbre's MIDI filter settings (Program
Edit mode P03–5, 6: TIMBRE – CC-A, CC-B tab
pages).
The control changes used as control sources for the
master effect or for controlling the [EDIT] knob are
transmitted and received on the global MIDI chan-
nel.
Muting the sound of all channels
All note off (CC#123) [Bn, 7B, 00]
(value is 00)
When an All Note Off message is received, all notes be-
ing played on that channel will be turned off. The decay
due to envelope settings will remain.
All sound off (CC#120) [Bn, 78, 00]
(value is 00)
When an All Sound Off message is received, all sound
being produced on that channel will be silenced. In con-
trast to the All Note Off message which allows the decay
to occur, the All Sound Off message immediately silenc-
es the sound. However, this message is provided for
emergency use, and should not be used during a perfor-
mance.
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