Make portamento settings for each MIDI track.
The portamento setting you make here will be used when
the song is played or recorded from the beginning. If you
change the setting while recording, it will be recorded as
part of the musical data. (However if you set this to PRG, it
will not be recorded.) You can change this setting during
playback. However if you play back any Portamento On/
Off data or Portamento Time data that was previously
recorded, the settings will change accordingly.
When the track whose Status (Seq 3–1(2)c) is INT or BTH,
MIDI control change CC#05 (Portamento Time) and CC#65
(Portamento Switch) can be received to control this and
change the setting. (If the setting is PRG, CC#05 Portamento
Time will not be received.)
When you switch songs or return to the beginning of the
song, tracks whose Status is BTH, EXT, or EX2 will transmit
this setting via MIDI. If this is Off, CC#65 with a value of 0
will be transmitted. If this is 001–127, a CC#65 of 127 and
CC#05 of 1–127 will be transmitted.
If this is set to PRG, nothing will be transmitted.
This data is transmitted and received on the MIDI channel
speciﬁed for each track by MIDI Channel (Seq 3–1(2)c). (See
Global P1: MIDI, SEQ Mode "Track MIDI Out" on page 222)
Track 02...08, 09...16 (Track Number):
Here, you can make OSC 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.
▼3–3(4): Menu Command
• 0: Memory Status ☞p.191
• 1: Exclusive Solo ☞p.73
• 2: Rename Song ☞p.191
• 3: Delete Song ☞p.191
• 4: Copy From Song ☞p.191
• 5: Load Template Song ☞p.191
• 6: Save Template Song (Save as User Template
• 7: FF/REW Speed ☞p.192
• 8: Set Location (Set Location for Locate Key) ☞p.192
• 9: GM Initialize ☞p.193
• 10: Copy From Combi (Copy from
• 11: Copy from Program ☞p.195
For more information, please see "Sequencer: Menu
Command" on page 191.
SEQ P3: Track Param (Track Parameters) 3–5: Pitch T01–08, 3–6: Pitch T09–16
[PRG, Off, 001...127]
3–5: Pitch T01–08,
3–6: Pitch T09–16
Here, you can make pitch-related settings for each MIDI
3–5(6)a: Location, Meter, Tempo, Tempo
Mode, Song Select, Track Select,
3–5(6)b: Track Info
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):
Adjusts the pitch of each MIDI track in semitone steps.
12 units equal one octave.
Detune (Use BPM Adjust in Menu)
Adjusts the pitch of each MIDI track in one-cent units.
+0000: Normal pitch.
Note: You can also use the Detune BPM Adjust menu
command (see page 122) to automatically make a detune
setting from a calculation in BPM units.
Transpose and Detune do not affect the notes
transmitted via MIDI Out. Transpose and Detune can
be controlled via MIDI RPN messages received on the
Track's MIDI channel. The way that this works depends
on whether or not the Track uses a Drum Program.
If the Track does not use a Drum Program–for example,
if it uses a Single or Double Program–then MIDI RPN
Coarse Tune will control Transpose, and RPN Fine
Tune will control Detune.
If the Track uses an Drum Program, MIDI RPN Coarse
Tune and Fine Tune will be combined to control
Detune. The overall range is ±1 octave for coarse tune
and ﬁne tune together.