Settings in the Basic/MIDI Controllers – Category pages
are remembered while the PS60 Editor / Plug‐In Editor
is running, but will return to the settings prior to start‐
up when you close the PS60 Editor / Plug‐In Editor. By
clicking the DUMP button located in the upper right of
each Global mode page, the settings at that time will be
saved on the PS60 itself.
Here you can adjust settings such as master tuning, turn all
effects on/off, and specify the memory protect setting.
The parameters is the same as for PS60 Quick parameters.
[–50cent (427.47Hz)...+50cent (452.89Hz)]
This adjusts the overall tuning of the entire PS60 in one‐cent
units (semitone = 100 cents), over a range of ±50 cents. With
a setting of 0, the frequency of A4 will be 440 Hz.
The A4 pitch given here is when Equal Temperament is
selected as the scale. If a different scale is selected, A4
may not be 440 Hz.
This adjusts the pitch in semitone steps over a ±1 octave
This setting is applied at the location (PreMIDI or PostMIDI)
specified by "Convert Position" (page 72).
MIDI number transmitted by thePS60
Note: If Convert Position is set to PreMIDI, the note numbers
transmitted from the PS60 will be affected by the Key Trans‐
Master Tune" can be controlled by the MIDI universal
System Exclusive message Master Fine Tuning (F0, 7F,
nn, 04, 03, vv, mm, F7: nn=MIDI channel, vv/mm=
"Transpose" can be controlled by the MIDI universal
System Exclusive message Master Coarse Tuning (F0,
7F, nn, 04, 04, vv, mm, F7: nn=MIDI channel, vv/
These messages are received on the global MIDI chan‐
nel specified by "MIDI Channel (Global MIDI Chan‐
nel)" (page 72).
For a Performance, each timbreʹs tuning and transpose
can be controlled by receiving MIDI RPN messages.
Incoming MIDI RPN Fine Tune messages will make rel‐
ative adjustments to the tuning specified by the
MIDI RPN Coarse Tune messages will make relative
adjustments to the pitch specified by the "Transpose"
setting. These are controlled on each timbreʹs MIDI
channel. ("Transpose," "Detune" page 8)