Speciﬁes the number of velocity steps over which the
original volume will be reached, starting from the Bottom
0: The volume will be at the original value from the bottom
120: The volume will decrease as the velocity approaches the
Speciﬁes the minimum velocity that will be sounded by
each MIDI track 1–16.
How volume will change according to keyboard location
Top Velocity and Bottom Velocity settings can also be input
by holding down the ENTER switch and playing a note on
Track 02...08, 09...16 (Track Number):
These are the velocity zone 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.
▼4–3(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.
4–5: Delay T01–08,
4–6: Delay T09–16
This speciﬁes the time (delay) from when the MIDI tracks 1–
8 and 9–16 receive a note-on message until the sound begins.
4–5(6)a: Track Select, Tempo, RPPR
4–5(6)b: Track Info
For more information, please see "2–1: Trim T01–08, 2–2:
Trim T09–16" on page 149.
Track 01 (Track Number):
Delay Time [ms]
Speciﬁes the time (delay time) from note-on until the MIDI
track begins to produce sound, in units of ms (1/1000th of a
second). This setting is available if MIDI/Tempo Sync. is set
KeyOff: The note will begin sounding at note-off. In this
case, the sound will not die away if the sustain level of the
program's amp EG is other than 0. This setting is used when
creating harpsichord sounds.
Normally you will set this to 0000.
The time (delay time) from note-on until the track produces
sound will be speciﬁed in note length units relative to the
On (checked): Specify the delay time in terms of a Base
Note and Times relative to the Tempo. For example if Base
Note = , Times = 01, and Tempo = 60 BPM, the delay time
will be equivalent to 1000 ms.
Off (unchecked): The delay time will be set by the Delay
It speciﬁes the time (delay time) from note-on until the track
begins to produce sound, in terms of a note value relative to
the (Tempo) (Seq 0–1–1(2)a).
Use Base Note to specify the desired note value, and use
Times to extend that note value by the speciﬁed multiple.
For example if you set Base Note to a quarter note ( ) and
Times to 02, that track will sound with a delay of a half note
( ). Even if you change (Tempo) (Seq 0–1–1(2)a), the delay
time will always be a half note ( ). If you use these
parameters to specify a delay of a half note ( ). In this case,
a Tempo of 60.00 BPM will produce a 2000 ms delay, and a
Tempo of 120.00 BPM will produce a 1000 ms delay.
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