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Synthesizer/vocoder.
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Off
The vocoder is off, and will not be used in the current
program.
On
The vocoder is on, and will be used by the current pro-
gram.
Audio that is input to the INPUT 2 jack will be used to
produce the vocoder effect.
For details on vocoder editing and on the vocoder pa-
rameters, refer to p.56 "Vocoder settings" and p.104 "6.
Vocoder Parameters."
2: Scale
Selects the type of scale that the current program will
use. You can choose one of ten different scale types.
Equal
Equal temperament, which is the most commonly used
scale. Every semitone is spaced an equal pitch distance
from the next.
Major
Pure major scale. Major chords in the key specified by
"Scale Key" will be completely harmonious.
Minor
Pure minor scale. Minor chords in the key specified by
"Scale Key" will be completely harmonious.
Arabic
Arabic scale. It includes the quarter-tone scale character-
istic of Arabian music.
Pytha
Pythagorean scale, a scale based on ancient Greek musi-
cal theory. It is particularly effective when playing mel-
odies.
Werck
Werckmeister scale, an equal tempered scale used in the
late Baroque period.
Kirn
Kirnberger scale, created in the 18th century, and used
mainly for tuning harpsichords.
Slendro
Slendro scale, an Indonesian gamelan scale that divides
the octave into five notes. If the "Scale Key" is C, use the
C, D, F, G, and A keys.
Pelog
Pelog scale, an Indonesian gamelan scale that divides
the octave into seven notes. If the "Scale Key" is C, use
the C, D, E, F, G, A, and B keys.
User
The scale you created in the Global mode P11: USER
SCALE page. (☞p.120 "P09–1: USER SCALE")
3: ScaleKey
Specifies the tonic ("key" or "root note") for the scale
you selected in "Scale."
4: PanelEdit
[Link, Timbre1...Timbre4, Vocoder]
Specifies what will be edited by the front panel buttons
and knobs.
Link
The front panel controls will edit the timbre selected by
the [TIMBRE SELECT] button. Normally you will
choose this setting.
Timbre1...Timbre4
The front panel controls will always edit the timbre
specified here, regardless of the timbre selected by the
[TIMBRE SELECT] buttons.
Vocoder
The front panel controls will always edit the vocoder, re-
gardless of the timbre selected by the [TIMBRE SELECT]
buttons.
[Equal...User]
5: 16KeysLit (16 Keys Light)
Selects the illumination pattern for the 16KEYS [1]–[16]
keys.
Off
When selecting a program, the LED corresponding to
the program number will light.
Mod.Seq
If the timbre selected by the [TIMBRE SELECT] buttons
uses a modulation sequencer, the 16KEYS [1]–[16] keys
will light according to the step that is playing.
MSeq&DKit
If the timbre selected by the [TIMBRE SELECT] buttons
uses a modulation sequencer, the 16KEYS [1]–[16] keys
will light according to the step that is playing.
If the timbre selected by the [TIMBRE SELECT] button
has a drum kit assigned to it, the 16KEYS [1]–[16] keys
will light according to the drum instrument that is play-
ing.
Arp/S.Seq
If the timbre selected by the [TIMBRE SELECT] button
uses the arpeggiator or a step sequencer, the 16KEYS
[1]–[16] keys will light according to the step that is play-
ing.
[C...B]
2. Program Common
[Off, Mod.Seq, MSeq&DKit, Arp/S.Seq]
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