SEQ P3: Track Param (Track Parameters)
3–1: MIDI ch T01–08,
3–2: MIDI ch T09–16
Here, you can make MIDI-related settings for each MIDI
3–1(2)a:Location, Meter, Tempo, Tempo
Mode, Song Select, Track Select,
For more information, please see "0–1–1(2)a: Location,
Meter, Tempo, Tempo Mode, Song Select, Track Select, Reso,
RPPR" on page 129.
For more information, please see "2–1: Trim T01–08, 2–2:
Trim T09–16" on page 149.
Track 01 (Track Number):
This sets whether the Track controls the internal sounds,
external MIDI devices, or both.
When controlling external MIDI devices, it also allows you
to choose the internal Bank Select numbers (as set by the
front-panel switches), or use custom Bank Select settings to
match the external device.
Off: Use this to disable the Track. With this setting, the
Track's Program will not sound, and MIDI data will not be
INT: The track will sound when you play back the
performance data recorded on the MIDI track. If you use
Track Select (Seq 0–1–1(2)a) to select a MIDI track that is set
to INT, the M50's sound generator will produce sound when
played. MIDI data will not be transmitted to an external
BTH: Both INT and EXT are operative. When the musical
data recorded in the MIDI track is played back, or when you
select a MIDI track that is set to BTH and play the controllers
of the M50, the internal tone generator of the M50 will
sound, and MIDI data will also be transmitted to an external
EXT: When the musical data recorded in the MIDI track is
played back, or when you select a MIDI track that is set to
EXT and play the controllers of the M50, MIDI data will be
SEQ P3: Track Param (Track Parameters) 3–1: MIDI ch T01–08, 3–2: MIDI ch T09–16
[Off, INT, BTH, EXT, EX2]
transmitted to an external device, but the internal tone
generator of the M50 will not sound.
When you select another song or return to the beginning of
the song, the program change, volume, panpot, portamento,
sends 1 and 2, post IFX pan, and post IFX sends 1 and 2 of
each MIDI track set to EXT will be transmitted via MIDI.
(See Global P1: MIDI, SEQ Mode "Track MIDI Out" on
EX2: This enables you to specify a particular MIDI Bank
Select message for the Track, instead of automatically using
the Bank of the selected M50 Program. Use the parameters
below, labeled Bank Select MSB (When Status =EX2), to set
the Bank Select message as desired. In other respects this is
the same as EXT, described above.
MIDI data is transmitted and received on the MIDI
channel that is speciﬁed separately for each MIDI track
by the MIDI Channel.
Sequencer, & MIDI
In play Internal
Speciﬁes the MIDI channel that the MIDI track will use to
transmit and receive musical data. The MIDI channel you
specify here will be the receive channel when Status is INT,
the transmit channel when it is EXT or EX2, and the receive/
transmit channel when it is BTH. Tracks set to INT which
have the same MIDI channel will sound and be controlled
identically when they receive MIDI data or data from the
Bank Select MSB (When Status=EX2) [000...127]
Bank Select LSB (When Status=EX2)
When Status is set to EX2, this sets the bank number that
will be transmitted. When Status is other than EX2, this
setting has no effect.
Track 02...08, 09...16 (Track Number):
These are the MIDI-related settings for MIDI tracks 2–8 and
9–16. They are the same as for track 1. For more information,
please see "Track 01 (Track Number):," above.
Keyboard & Sequencer Transmit
Yes (using the Bank Select message
of the track's Program)
Yes (using the Bank Select message
speciﬁed on the MIDI tab of the
Track Param page)