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RPN fine tune messages will be received on the MIDI
channel for each timbre (in Combination mode) or track
(in Sequencer mode). (☞"Detune," "Transpose":
COMBI 3.1–3a, SEQ 3.1–5(6)a.)
Velocity Curve
This specifies the way in which the volume and/or tone will
change in response to how hard the keyboard is struck
(velocity).
When "Convert Position" (2.1–1a) is PreMIDI, variations in
keyboard playing dynamics will affect the velocity effect
and the transmitted velocity data as shown in the left-hand
diagram on the following page. Incoming data will automat-
ically use the velocity curve number 4 shown in the right-
hand diagram.
With a setting of PostMIDI, variations in keyboard playing
dynamics and in the velocity of incoming data will create
change as shown in the right-hand diagram on the following
page. If you are playing this instrument's tone generator
from an external keyboard or sequencer, and the overall
sound is too bright or too dark, you can set the "Convert
Position" parameter to PostMIDI and select the appropriate
velocity curve here. For the transmitted data, the velocity
curve number 4 shown in the left-hand diagram will auto-
matically be selected.
For a setting of PreMIDI
Velocity (KBD→MIDI Out)
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6
5
7
8
4
3
2
1
1
Soft
Strong
1...3: These curves produce an effect for strongly-played
notes.
4(Normal): This is the standard curve.
5, 6: An effect will be obtained even if you do not play very
strongly
7: A certain amount of effect will be obtained even for softly-
played notes
8: This curve produces the most regular effect. This setting is
suitable when you do not need velocity sensitivity, or when
you wish to make the notes more consistent. However with
this curve, control of softly-played notes will be more diffi-
cult, so use the curve that is most appropriate for your play-
ing strength and style, and the effect that you wish to
produce.
The default factory setting for this parameter is 4.
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[1...8]
For a setting of PostMIDI
Velocity (MIDI In→TG)
MAX
7
8
Velocity
effect
6
5
4
3
2
1
1
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AfterT Curve (AfterTouch Curve)
This specifies the way in which the volume and/or tone will
change in response to variations in pressure (after touch)
applied to the keyboard while holding down a key.
When "Convert Position" (2.1–1a) is PreMIDI, variations in
after touch pressure will affect the after touch effect and the
transmitted after touch data as shown in the left-hand dia-
gram below. Incoming data will automatically use the after
touch curve number 3 shown in the right-hand diagram.
With a setting of PostMIDI, variations in after touch pres-
sure and in the value of incoming after touch data will create
change as shown in the right-hand diagram. For the trans-
mitted data, the after touch curve number 3 shown in the
left-hand diagram will automatically be selected.
For a setting of PreMIDI
After Touch (KBD→MIDI Out)
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8:RANDOM
5
4
3
7
2
6
1
0
Soft
Strong
1, 2: These curves produce an effect for strongly-applied
pressure.
3(Normal): This is the standard curve.
4, 5: This curve produces change even when light pressure is
applied
6, 7: Since these will change in 24 and 12 levels respectively,
they are suitable for use when you are recording aftertouch
on a sequencer and want to limit memory consumption. (Set
"Convert Position") to PreMIDI.) Curve number 7 allows
change over twelve steps, so when using after touch to mod-
ify the pitch, you can set the range of modification to one
octave, and use after touch to vary the pitch in semitone
steps.
8: This is a random curve. Use this when you wish to create
special effects, or to use after touch to apply unpredictable
modulation.
The default factory setting for this parameter is 3.
When "Convert Position" (2.1–1a) is PreMIDI, the set-
ting you make here will be applied immediately after
the keyboard, meaning that it will affect the data trans-
mitted via MIDI, but will not affect the received data.
With a setting of PostMIDI, the setting you make here
will be applied immediately before this instrument's
internal tone generator, meaning that it will affect the
data received via MIDI, but will not affect the transmit-
ted data.
When you use this instrument's keyboard to play the
internal tone generator, the "Convert Position" setting
will make no difference.
1.1–1b: FX SW
IFX Off
On (checked): Insert effect IFX will be disabled.
Off (unchecked): The Setup page (PROG/COMBI 7.1–2,
SEQ 7.1–3, SMPL 7.1–1) "IFX On/Off" setting of Program,
Combination, Sequencer, and Sampling (if the EXB-SMPL
option is installed) modes will be valid.
For a setting of PostMIDI
After Touch (MIDI In→TG)
MAX
5
Aftertouch
4
effect
7
3
2
8:RANDOM
6
1
0
[Off, On]
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