Style Element Track Controls >
In this page you can assign a different Sound to each track of the
selected Style Element. Each Style Element can have different
Sound; after saving the new Style, please don't forget to check the
"Original Style Sounds" parameter in the Style Play mode (see
page 114), to let the Style select the Sound bypassing the Style
In this page you can also check and modify the Expression
(CC#11) value for each of the Style Element tracks. This lets you
reduce the relative level of a track in a single Style Element, with-
out reducing the overall Volume of the Style. This is a very useful
control, when you have different Sounds assigned to the same
track in different Style Elements, and the internal level of these
Sounds must be different.
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 Sounds" and "Copy Expression" commands from the
page menu (see "Copy Sounds dialog box" and "Copy Expres-
sion dialog box" starting from page 166).
Selected Track Info area
See "Selected track info area" on page 139 for detailed informa-
See "Sounds area" on page 141 for detailed information.
You can use these indicators to check if CC#11 (Expression)
messages are contained in a track. Expression messages con-
tained in a track can vary the volume of the track. It is very diffi-
cult to catch them out – unless you carefully read all the events
in the Event Edit page.
This monitor should help you keeping track of them, and let you
access Event Edit only on the tracks containing the messages.
Press the START/STOP button to start playback, and look at the
indicators. When one of them lights up, you can enter Event Edit
on the corresponding track, and edit or remove the Expression
Style Element Track Controls > Sound/Expression
Use these knobs to set the Expression (CC#11) value for the cor-
responding track. This value can be seen at the beginning of the
Event Edit list (see "Event Edit > Event Edit" on page 149).
Different Expression values can be defined for each Style Ele-
ment. This way, you can set a different volume in each Style Ele-
ment, relative to the general Volume value set in the Style
You can quickly and easily adjust the Expression level of all
tracks in a Style Element (Variation, Intro...). This allows for a
more precise control over the volume level of all Style Element.
While in this page, select one of the Style Elements by
pressing its button in the control panel.
Keep the SHIFT button pressed, and press the TEMPO+
button to increase the Expression value of all the Style Vari-
ation's tracks, TEMPO- to decrease it.
Release the SHIFT button.
Repeat the above operation with all the desired Style Ele-
Note: A track's volume may be changed by an Expression event
contained in a track. To check if any of these events exist in a track,
let the Style Element play and look at the Expression Monitor in
this same page. If one or more Expression events are found, go to
the Event Edit page and delete it (or them)
Use these controls to set the volume and status of each track. See
page 141 for more information.
The Volume value is the same for the whole Style. Use the
Expression controls to adjust the relative balance between tracks
in each Style Element.
Selected Style Element