Effects: Master 1, 2
Effects: Master 1, 2
These pages contain the editing parameters for the effect proces-
sors. Here is an example of the FX A page, with the Reverb Hall
Select one of the available effects from this pop-up menu. This is
equivalent to the "FX Group" parameters found in the "Effects:
A/B FX Configuration" page (see above).
The parameters shown in this page are the same already seen for
the Style Play mode. See "Effects: Master 1, 2" on page 119 for
Track Controls: Mode
See "Track Controls: Mode" on page 120.
Track Controls: Drum Edit
See "Track Controls: Drum Edit" on page 121.
Track Controls: Easy Edit
See "Track Controls: Easy Edit" on page 122.
Event Edit: Event Edit
The Event Edit is the page where you can edit each single MIDI
event of the selected track. You can, for example, replace a note
with a different one, or change its playing strength. See also
"Event Edit procedure" on page 193 for more information on the
event editing procedure.
Position of the event, expressed in the form 'aaa.bb.ccc':
'aaa' is the measure
'bb' is the beat
'ccc' is the tick (each quarter beat = 384 ticks)
You can edit this parameter to move the event to a different posi-
tion. You can edit a position in either of the following ways:
(a) select the parameter, and use the VALUE DIAL to change
the value, or
(b) select the parameter, then touch it again; the numeric key-
pad will appear. Enter the new position by dialing in the
three parts of the number, separated by a dot. Zeroes at the
beginning can be omitted, as well as the least important
parts of the number. For example, to enter position
002.02.193, dial "2.2.193"; to enter position 002.04.000 dial
"2.4"; to enter position 002.01.000, simply dial "2".
Type of the event shown in the display. To edit it, select the param-
eter and use the VALUE DIAL to change its value.
This parameter also shows the (non editable) "End Of Track"
marking, when the end of the track is reached.
Value 1 and 2
Values of the event shown in the display. Depending on the
selected event, the meaning may change.
Here are the events contained in ordinary tracks (1-16).
Program Change number
Control Change number
Mono (Channel) Aftertouch value
Note to which the Aftertouch is
Control Change value
Poly Aftertouch value