Style/Pad Record mode
Style Element Track Controls: Keyboard Range
Style Element Track Controls: Keyboard
The Keyboard Range automatically transposes any pattern note
that would otherwise play too high or too low in pitch, com-
pared to the original acoustic instrument, when transposed by
the arranger. This will result in a more natural sound for each
For example, the lower limit for a guitar is E2. If you play a chord
under the E2, the transposed pattern could exceed this limit, and
sound unnatural. A Bottom limit set to E2 for the guitar track
will solve the problem.
Different Keyboard Range values can be set for each Style Ele-
Note: The Keyboard Range is ignored while recording. The selected
track can be recorded and played back on the full range of the key-
When in this page, press the corresponding button on the
control panel to select a Style Element (VARIATION1 ...
To copy the settings of this page to another Style Element, use
the "Copy Keyboard Range" command from the page menu (see
"Copy Key Range dialog box" on page 163).
Use these parameters to set the bottom and top of the keyboard
range for the corresponding track of the current Style Element.
Use these controls to set the volume and status of each track. See
page 137 for more information.
Style Element Track Controls: Noise/Guitar
The Noise/Guitar page is where you can set the RX Noise level
and the 'human feel' of Guitar tracks.
Use these controls to adjust the volume of RX Noises in the cor-
responding tracks. This control applies to all types of tracks
(provided the Sound includes RX Noises).
Use these controls to apply a random value to the position,
velocity and length of notes of Guitar tracks (see "Track Type"
on page 156). This control has no effect on other types of track.