Korg pa 900 User Manual: Track Controls: Mode

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Track Controls: Mode

Track Controls: Mode
This page lets you connect each track to the internal sound gen-
erator and to external MIDI devices. This is very useful to let a
Style track drive an external expander, or play a digital piano
with one of Pa900's Keyboard tracks. In addition, here you can
set the polyphony mode for each track.
Int./Ext. (Internal/External)
Internal
The track plays the sounds generated by the
internal sound engine. It does not play an exter-
nal instrument connected to the MIDI OUT.
External
The track plays an external instrument connected
to the MIDI OUT. The connected device must
receive on the MIDI channel associated with this
track on the Pa900 (see "MIDI: MIDI Out Chan-
nels" on page 261).
A track set to this status cannot play the internal
sounds.
Instead of the assigned Sound name, the
<E: aaa.bbb.ccc> indicator is shown on a track's
area in the Main page:
Control Change/Program Change area
This indicator begins with a remark saying the
track is in External ("E") mode, and continues
with a strings of transmitted Control Change and
Program Change data. This will let you know
what the track is transmitting to the MIDI OUT.
In the following example, CC#0 is the Control
Change 0 (Bank Select MSB), CC#32 is the Con-
trol Change 32 (Bank Select LSB), PC is the Pro-
gram Change:
CC#0 value
CC#32 value
When touching the Sound area, the numeric key-
pad appears, instead of the Sound Select window.
You can enter the Control Change/Program
Change bundle shown above, separating the three
parts with a dot (.).
Both
Type
Drum
Poly
Mono
Mono Right
Mono Left
Play/Mute icon
Track's play/mute status.
PC value
The track plays both the internal sounds and an
external instrument connected to the MIDI OUT.
Drum/Percussion track. Set a track to Drum
mode if you wish to separately adjust the volume
and set a different output for each percussive
family of the assigned Drum Kit Sound. (See
"Track Controls: Drum Edit" on page 121).
Note: Tracks set to Drum or Percussion mode while
in Style Record (see "Track Type" on page 156) can-
not be edited here. This option appears in grey.
Other Style tracks cannot be set to Drum mode
here.
Note: Drum Kits are not affected by transpose
whichever the type of track they are assigned to.
Hint: Set a track to Drum mode, if you don't want
the assigned Sound to be transposed (it will behave
as a Drum Kit).
Tracks of this kind are polyphonic, i.e. they can
play more than one note at the same time.
Tracks of this kind are monophonic, i.e. each new
note stops the previous note.
A Mono track, but with priority assigned to the
rightmost (highest) note.
A Mono track, but with priority assigned to the
leftmost (lowest) note.
Play status. The track can be heard.
Mute status. The track cannot be heard.

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