Time data that was recorded, the settings will change
When the track whose "Status" (2–1a) is INT or BTH,
MIDI control change (CC) #5 (Portamento Time) and
CC#65 (Portamento Switch) can be received to control
this and change the setting. (If the setting is PRG,
CC#05 Portamento Time will not be received.)
When you switch songs or return to the beginning of
the song, tracks whose "Status" is BTH, EXT, or EX2
will transmit this setting via MIDI. If this is Off, CC#65
with a value of 0 will be transmitted. If this is 000–127, a
CC#65 of 127 and CC#05 of 1–127 will be transmitted.
If this is set to PRG, nothing will be transmitted.
This data is transmitted on the MIDI channel speciﬁed
for each track by "MIDI Channel" (2–1a).
2–5: Pitch 1–8
2–6: Pitch 9–16
Here you can make pitch-related settings for each track.
2–5(6)a: Transpose, Detune, Bend Range
Adjust the pitch of each track in semitone steps.
12 steps are one octave.
Detune (BPM Adj. in Page Menu)
Adjust the pitch of each track in one-cent steps from the nor-
0: Normal pitch.
You can use the "Detune BPM Adjust" (2–5A) page menu
command to make a calculation in BPM units and set
"Transpose" and "Detune" settings do not affect the
note data that is transmitted via MIDI. "Transpose" and
"Detune" are controlled by received MIDI RPN mes-
sages. The "Oscillator Mode" (Program P1:1–1a) of the
programs selected for tracks 1–16 will be controlled as
• If "Oscillator Mode" is Single or Double, MIDI RPN
Coarse Tune messages can be received to control and
change the "Transpose" setting, and Fine Tune
messages to control and change the "Detune" setting.
• If "Oscillator Mode" is Drums, MIDI RPN Coarse
Tune and Fine Tune messages can be received to
control and change the "Detune" setting. The range of
control will be ±1 octave when Coarse Tune and Fine
Tune are added. These messages will be received on
the MIDI channel that is specified for each track by
"MIDI Channel" (2–1a).
Specify the range of pitch change that will occur when the
pitch bender is operated.
PRG: The pitch range speciﬁed by the program will be used.
–24–+24: Regardless of the setting of the program, pitch
bending will use the range you specify here.
2–5A: Detune BPM Adjust
When the program selected for a track uses a phrase or
rhythm loop multisample or sample that you created to
match a speciﬁc BPM in Sampling mode or loaded from disk
in Disk mode ( Program P1: 1–2a, Global P5: 5–1b, 5–1c),
you can use this command to change the BPM of the phrase
or rhythm. The BPM can be adjusted by modifying the pitch.
This command is available for a track when the "Detune"
setting of that track is selected. When you execute this com-
mand, the selected "Detune" value will be adjusted.
For the procedure, refer to "Detune BPM Adjust" (Combina-
tion P2: 2–3A).
2–7: Other 1–8
2–8: Other 9–16
Here you can make additional settings for each track.
2–7(8)a: Delay [ms] (Delay Time)
Specify a delay time from when a track receives a note-on
until it actually sounds.
KeyOff: The sound will begin when note-off occurs. In this
case, the sound will continue indeﬁnitely unless the amp EG
Sustain Level of the program is other than 0. This setting is
useful for simulating harpsichord sounds.
Normally you will leave this at 0.
This setting can be controlled and changed by received
MIDI RPN Pitch Bend Range messages. (These mes-
sages will not be received if the setting is PRG.)
2–5: Page Menu Command