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Footswitch Memory Recall Range - YAMAHA SPX90 Operating Manual

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MIDI Bank and Channel Programming
When this function is called, the LCD will appear as
follows:
Use the PARAMETER INCREMENT/DECREMENT keys
to select the desired BANK, and the MEMORY INCRE-
MENT/DECREMENT keys to select the desired MIDI
channel number for that BANK. When "CH = OMNI"
is selected, reception will be carried out on all 16 MIDI
channels simultaneously. When CH = OFF is selected,
MIDI reception will be turned OFF.
Setting MIDI Program Number/SPX90 Memory Number
Combinations.
When this function is called by pressing the utility key
again the LCD will appear as follows:
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Use the PARAMETER INCREMENT/DECREMENT keys
to set the MIDI program number (PGM), and the
MEMORY INCREMENT/DECREMENT keys to select the
SPX90 memory number (MEM) to be called when that
program number is received. For example, if "PGM
12 = MEM 4" is set, SPX90 memory number 4 will
automatically be called whenever voice number 12 is
selected on your MIDI synthesizer.
The MIDI program number range is from 1 to 128, while
the SPX90 memory number range is from 1 to 90.
FOOTSWITCH MEMORY RECALL
RANGE
The SPX90 permits memory number selection via a
footswitch plugged into the front-panel MEMORY/
TRIGGER jack. The fourth function accessed by the
UTILITY key — FOOTSWITCH MEMORY RECALL —
permits setting the range of memory numbers to be
selected via the footswitch.
If, for example, the RANGE is set to "1 TO 30" as
shown on the LCD above, each press on the footswitch
will successively call the next highest memory number:
1
2
3
. . . . . . . . 30
returns to the first number in the range once the highest
number is passed. Reverse sequences can be pro-
grammed by entering the highest number in the range
before the lowest.
In this case the sequence is: 34
34, etc.
1. Note that the sequence
33
32
31

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