Main Timbres (A. Piano–Synth):
Sub Timbres (A. Piano–Synth):
Here you can adjust settings for each timbreʹs MIDI trans‐
mission status, channel, and oscillator mode.
This parameter sets whether the Timbre controls the inter‐
nal sounds, or external MIDI devices.
INT: The timbre will sound, and will also sound in response
to MIDI messages from an external MIDI device. MIDI data
will not be transmitted.
EXT: The timbre will not sound even if it receives messages
from a controller, but MIDI data will be transmitted to exter‐
EX2: The "Bank Select (When Status=EX2)" (settable only
via the editor, page 7) LSB value and MSB value will be
used. Instead of the A–D bank numbers that can be selected
from the PS60 itself, the bank number specified for "Bank
Select" will be transmitted via MIDI. Other aspects are the
same as for EXT.
The ʺProgram Selectʺ indication shown on the PS60 itself for
performance and performance edit modes will change as
follows according to the ʺStatusʺ setting. The illustration
shown here is for a performance.
Index number: program name
Timbre Param (Timbre Parameters) MIDI/OSC
[INT, EXT, EX2]
Timbre's MIDI channel
Program's bank number: program name
Timbre's MIDI channel
Program change number: [MSB/LSB]
MIDI Ch. (MIDI Channel)
This parameter allows you to set the MIDI transmit/receive
channel for each timbre.
Gch: The timbre will use the channel that has been selected
as the global MIDI Channel (page 72).
When Status is INT, MIDI messages will be received on the
channel that you specify here. If this setting is the same as
the global MIDI channel, the internal tone generator will
sound according to the internal settings. If this is set to EXT
or EX2, playing the PS60 will transmit MIDI messages on
the MIDI channel thatʹs specified here. (Messages will also
be transmitted simultaneously on the global MIDI channel.)
If a setting 01–16 matches the global MIDI channel, "G" is
shown at the right.
This specifies the bank number that is transmitted when
ʺStatusʺ is EX2. The upper line is the MSB and the lower line
is the LSB. This setting is ignored if ʺStatusʺ is other than
Force OSC Mode
This lets you override the Program's stored Voice Assign
Mode settings, if desired.
PRG: The Program's stored "Voice Assign Mode" (page 16)
settings will be used.
Poly: The timbre will play polyphonically, regardless of the
Mono: The timbre will play monophonically, regardless of
the Program's settings.
Legt (Legato): The timbre will sound monophonically, and
will play legato according to the Program's setting.
[PRG, Poly, Mono, LGT]