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Korg TRITON proX Manual: 7-3: Arpegg. A (arpeggiator A); 7-4: Arpegg. B (arpeggiator B); 7-5: Scan Zone (scan Zone A/b)

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The arpeggiator will not be applied to notes played
back from an SMF.
If tracks 1–16 to which arpeggiator A or B are assigned
have a track "Status" (1–1a, 2a) of either INT or BTH,
they will be played by note data generated by the
arpeggiator regardless of the "Ch" (0–1h) setting of
each track. In the case of BTH or EXT, MIDI note data
will be transmitted on the "Ch" of each track. In this
case, arpeggiator A or B can be triggered by any MIDI
channel specified by the "Ch" of a track 1–16 to which
arpeggiator A or B is assigned. For example if arpeggia-
tor A is assigned to tracks 1 and 2, the arpeggiator will
be triggered by both MIDI channels 1 and 2.
If ("Local Control On" Global P1: 1–1a) is set to off, the
arpeggiator will not be triggered by note data from the
keyboard. The arpeggiator will be triggered only by
note data from MIDI IN.
Example 1)
Here's how you can use "Play Track Select" (0–1g) to
switch between tracks 1 and 2 to use different arpeggia-
tors for each track, in synchronization with SMF play-
back.
For tracks 1 and 2, set "Status" (1–1a, 2a) to INT. Assign
arpeggiator A to track 1, arpeggiator B to track 2, and
check "Arpeggiator Run A, B" (7–1a).
For "Play Track Select," select Track01.
With the front panel ARPEGGIATOR [ON/OFF] key
turned off, play the keyboard and track 1 will sound.
When you turn on the front panel arpeggiator [ON/OFF]
key, arpeggiator A will run, and track 1 will sound.
Use "Play Track Select" to select Track02.
Arpeggiator B will run, and track 2 will sound.
Arpeggiator
Assign
Arpeggiator
Pattern - A
Trigger
A
= Ch1
(Play Track=Track1)
Arpeggiator
Trigger
Pattern - B
B
= Ch2
(Play Track=Track2)
Arpeggiator Run A, B
When the ARPEGGIATOR [ON/OFF] key is on, the arpeg-
giator(s) you check here will operate for the tracks to which
they have been assigned. When the arpeggiator key is on, A
and B can be turned on/off independently.
7–1: Page Menu Command
M
7–1A: Copy Arpeggiator
This command copies arpeggiator settings.
"Combination 7–1A: Copy Arpeggiator."
108
A
Track1 MIDI Ch=1ch Status=INT
B
Track 2 MIDI Ch=2ch Status=INT
0–1B
7–1A
0–1E
7–3: Arpegg. A
7–4: Arpegg. B
In the Arpegg. A tab you can make settings for arpeggiator
A, and in the Arpegg. B tab you can make settings for arpeg-
giator B. You can also use the "Copy Arpeggiator" page
menu command to copy settings from another mode, such
as Program mode.
0–1a
. .
.
0–1g
7–3a
7–3(4)a: Arpeggiator–A(B) Setup
Pattern (Pattern No.) [P00...P04, U00(A/B)...U231(D)]
Octave
Resolution
Gate
Velocity
Swing
Sort
Latch
Key Sync. (Keyboard Synchronize)
Pattern - A
Keyboard
Pattern - B
These are the arpeggiator parameters for the song ( "Pro-
gram 7–1: Arpeg. Setup (Arpeggiator Setup)").
7–5: Scan Zone
Here you can specify the range of notes and velocities that
will control each arpeggiator A and B.
0–1a
. .
.
0–1g
7–5a
7–5b
7–5a: Zone Map
This area displays the "Scan Zone" area for each arpeggiator
A and B ( Combination "Zone Map" 7–4a).
(Arpeggiator A)
(Arpeggiator B)
[1, 2, 3, 4]
[
,
,
,
,
[000...100(%), Step]
[001...127, Key, Step]
[–100...+100(%)]
(Scan Zone A/B)
7–1
,
]
7–1

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