User All Notes Scale: This is the full-range scale (C–1 – G9)
that was specified in "User All Notes Scale" (Global P3).
User Octave Scale 00–15: These are the single-octave scales
that were specified in "User Octave Scale" (Global P3).
Key (Scale Key)
Select the tonic note of the specified scale.
This setting is not valid for Equal Temperament, Stretch,
and User All Notes Scale.
As this value is increased, a greater variance will be applied
to the pitch when each note is sounded. Normally you will
set this to 0. This parameter is used when simulating instru-
ments that have natural instability in pitch, such as tape-
mechanism organs or acoustic instruments.
If a scale other than Equal Temperament is selected, the
combination of the selected scale and the "Key" setting
may skew the tuning of the base key (for example
A=440 Hz). If this occurs, use "Master Tune" (Global
P0: 0–1a) to correct the pitch.
1–1: Page Menu Command
1–1A: Copy Oscillator
This command copies oscillator settings.
1 Select this command to open the following dialog box.
2 In "From" specify the oscillator to copy, and in "Pro-
gram" specify the bank and number of the copy source
3 In "To," specify the copy destination oscillator.
4 To execute the Copy Oscillator command, press the OK
button. To cancel, press the Cancel button.
1–1B: Swap Oscillator
This command exchanges the settings of oscillators 1 and 2.
1 Select this command to open the dialog box.
2 To execute the Swap Oscillator command, press the OK
button. To cancel, press the Cancel button.
1–2: OSC Basic
The multisample(s) (waveform) or drum kit on which the
program will be based can be selected here for oscillator 1
and/or oscillator 2.
Internal ROM contains 425 different multisamples (preset
multisamples) and 73 drum kits. By selecting a RAM multi-
sample, you can use a multisample that you created in Sam-
pling mode or that you loaded in Disk mode. If an EXB-
PCM series option has been installed, you will be able to
select multisamples from the installed option. The following
illustration shows a LCD screen where "Oscillator Mode"
(1–1a) has been set to Double. If this is set to Single, the
"OSC2 Multisample" (1–2b) will not appear and cannot be
The following illustration shows the display when "Oscilla-
tor Mode" (1–1a) has been set to Drums.
1–2a: OSC1 Multisample
Here you can select a multisample.
You can select different multisamples for High and Low, and
use velocity to switch between the two multisamples. Start
Offset, Reverse, and Level can be adjusted independently
for the High and Low multisamples.
Multisample Select
Specify the bank and multisample number of the High mul-
tisample. The multisample you select here will sounded by
velocities greater than the value of the "Velocity M.Sample
SW Lo→Hi" (1–2c) parameter "OSC1." If you do not wish to
use velocity switching, set "OSC1" to a value of 001, and
select only the High multisample.
ROM: Select a preset multisample. Use "Multisample
Select" to select from 000–999.
RAM: Select a multisample that you created in Sampling
mode or that you loaded in Disk mode. Use "Multisample
Select" to select from 000–999.
EXB*: Multisamples from a separately sold EXB-PCM series
option board can be selected. This can be selected only if an
option board containing multisamples is installed. "*" will
indicate the type of installed option.
The EXB* display will differ depending on the type of
option board.
If a program that uses a multisample from a separately
sold EXB-PCM series board is selected, but the neces-
sary multisample is not available because the corre-
sponding EXB-PCM (expansion board) is not installed,
the "Bank" field will indicate ROM. In this case, the
program will not sound. By re-selecting the multisam-
ple bank, you can make the program sound.


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