Adjusting Global KROME setings
Creating user scales
The Global P3: Scales page lets you create your own
original scales. You can create sixteen User Octave
Scales which allow you to specify the pitch of each note
in an octave (which will then be applied across all
octaves), and you can create one User All Note Scale
which allows you to individually specify the pitch for
every one of the 128 notes.
By adjusting the pitch of each key in the range of ±99
cents, you can raise or lower it by approximately one
semitone relative to the normal pitch.
The user scales you create here can be used by
specifying the scale for a program, for each timbre of a
combination, or for each track of a song.
You can choose these scales from the following pages.
Here is how to set the scale type for each timbre in
1. Create a user octave scale or a user all notes scale.
Select a key, and use the VALUE controllers to adjust
the pitch. The range of ±99 raises or lowers the pitch
approximately one semitone above or below the
Note: You can also select the key by holding down the
ENTER button and playing a note on the keyboard.
Alternatively, you can turn on the key lock button and
then play a note on the keyboard.
Note: You can copy one of the preset scales and edit it
to create an original scale. To do so, use the page menu
command Copy Scale.
2. Access the Sequencer mode P3: Track Parameters–
Other T01–08 or T09–16 page.
3. If you want the Track to use the scale saved with
its individual Program, check the track's "Use
Program's Scale" check box.
Tracks that are not checked will use the scale specified
by Scale "Type (Song's Scale)."
4. Set "Type (Song's Scale)" to select the scale for the
currently selected song.
P1: Basic/Controllers– Note-On/Scale:
P3: Timbre Parameters– Scale T01–08/
T09–16: Scale, Use Program's Scale
P3: Track Parameters– Scale T01–08/T09–
16: Scale, Use Program's Scale
Setting Category Names
In the Global P4: Category pages you can assign names
to the categories and sub‐categories of programs and
Editing the Category/sub category names is very
1. Press the T (Text) button next to the name you'd
like to edit.
The text editing dialog will appear.
2. Enter the new name, and press OK.
To edit a Sub Category name:
1. Choose the Main Category from the popup menu.
2. Edit the Sub‐Category names as described above.