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MS To Stereo
• The selected multisample will be converted to stereo.
The last two characters of the multisample name will
be overwritten as -L.
• An identical multisample will be newly created, but
with the last two characters of the multisample name
overwritten as -R.
• Mono samples assigned to the original multisample
will be assigned to both -L and -R multisamples.
• If samples assigned to the original multisample are
part of a stereo pair of samples, the -L and -R samples
will be assigned to the -L and -R multisamples.
: MS To Mono
• The selected multisample will be converted to mono.
The -L or -R at the end of the multisample name will
be deleted.
• Multisamples that are stereo pairs of the selected
multisample will be deleted.
Conv. To Prog (Convert Multisample To Program)
This command converts the selected multisample into a pro-
gram.
If you have recorded a sample or created a multisample and
would like to play it in Program mode, Combination mode,
or Sequencer mode, you must create a program that uses
that multisample for its oscillator.
It is possible to set the Program mode OSC1 and OSC2
parameters "High, Low" (PROG 2.1–2b) to select a RAM
bank, so that a multisample that you created in Sampling
mode can be used in the program, and then to make pro-
gram settings to specify how the multisample will be
sounded.
However by executing this "Conv. To Prog" command, you
can quickly and easily convert the Sampling mode settings
into the desired program, without having to make Program
mode settings as described above.
1 Use "MS" (1.1–1a) to select the multisample that you
wish to convert to a program.
2 Choose "Conv. To Prog" to open the dialog box.
3 Press the [F5] ("Name") key to move to the text dialog
box, and input the program name (up to sixteen charac-
ters). By default, the multisample name will be specified.
4 If "Use Destination Program Parameters" is unchecked:
Executing the command will replace the multisample of
the convert destination program with the multisample
that is selected here, and will initialize the settings of the
remaining program parameters. The sound that you hear
in Sampling mode will be accurately reproduced by the
program.
A monaural multisample will be converted into a pro-
gram with an "Mode (Oscillator Mode)" (PROG 2.1–1a)
of Single, and a stereo multisample will be converted
into a Double program.
If "Use Destination Program Parameters" is checked:
Executing this command will replace the multisample of
the convert destination program with the multisample
that is selected here, and will not initialize the settings of
the remaining program parameters. Use this setting if
you wish to use the parameter settings of a preload pro-
gram, etc.
If you check "Use Destination Program Parameters," be
aware of the following points.
• If the selected multisample is mono, the "Mode
(Oscillator Mode)" of the convert destination program
must be Single. Conversely, if the selected
multisample is stereo, the "Mode (Oscillator Mode)" of
the convert destination program must be Double. If
you attempt to execute this command when these
conditions are not satisfied, a message will indicate
"Oscillator Mode conflicts." You will need to change
the "Mode (Oscillator Mode)" setting of the convert
destination program.
If the selected multisample is stereo and the
program pan setting "Pan (Amp1 Pan)" is L000 and
"Pan (Amp2 Pan)" is R127 (PROG 5.1–1b and 5.2–1),
the stereo position of the multisample in Sampling
mode will be reproduced by the program.
5 Use "To" to select the convert destination program. You
can use the [BANK] keys, numeric keys [0]–[9], [VALUE]
dial, and [INC], [DEC] keys to make your selection.
We recommend that you use bank D127 as the program
bank/numbers for Sampling mode programs.
Although it is possible to specify any bank A–D as the
conversion destination program, the factory-set pre-
loaded programs are located in bank A000–D126.
6 To execute the Convert Multisample To Program com-
mand, press the [F8] ("OK") key. To cancel, press the [F7]
("Cancel") key.
Keyboard Disp. (Keyboard Display)
This command selects the range of the keyboard display.
Normally you will select 88Key Normal (A0–C8).
1 Select "Keyboard Disp." to access the dialog box.
2 Use the [INC], [DEC] key to select the displayed range.
3 To execute the Keyboard Display command, press the
[F8] ("OK") key. To cancel, press the [F7] ("Cancel") key.
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