Touch the Split tab to select this panel. This is where you can set
the split point and activate the Bass Inversion.
Use this parameter to select a different split point. A full-range
piano keyboard is shown in the display, divided at the selected
split point. Upper tracks play on the right of this point, while the
Lower track plays on the left.
Touch anywhere on the keyboard diagram. A message will
appear, asking you to press the new split point on the keyboard
of your Pa300 (or to press the EXIT button to close the message
with no changes).
There is a global split point, and a "local" one, that can be mem-
orized into the Performances and STSs.
You are editing the global split point. The global
split point is considered when selecting a Perfor-
mance or STS that does not contain a "local" split
You are editing the "local" split point memorized
in the current Performance or STS.
Use this parameter to turn the Bass Inversion function on or off.
The lowest note of a chord played in inverted
form will always be detected as the root note of
the chord. Thus, you can specify to the arranger
composite chords such as "Am7/G" or "F/C".
The lowest note is scanned together with the
other chord notes, and is not always considered
as the root note.
Touch the Sub-Scale tab to select this panel. This panel replicates
the "Mixer/Tuning: Sub Scale" edit page (see page 98). .
With the "Quarter Tone" button not pressed
With the "Quarter Tone" button pressed