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Korg TRITON Le Electric Keyboard Parameter Manual: P.edit (performance Editor)

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4 Press "To" to specify the writing destination.
You can also use the Bank [A]–[D] keys to select a bank.
It is not possible to write to banks G, g(d). If you have
edited a program from banks G, g(d) and wish to write
it, you must write to banks A–D.
5 If you wish to change the program name, press the [F5]
("Name") key to move to the text dialog box, and input
the name. ( BG p.43)
6 To write the program, press the [F8] ("OK") key. To can-
cel without writing, press the [F7] ("Cancel") key.
When you press the [REC/WRITE] key, the Update
Program dialog box will appear. Here too, you can
write to the currently selected program.
Select by Category
Here you can select a program by category. ( p.2)
1.1–2: P.Edit
(Performance Editor)
1.1–2a
1.1–2b
1.1–2a: Bank, Program Select,
Select a program. The bank, number, and name of the pro-
gram will be displayed ( p.1). " " sets the tempo.
1.1–2b: Performance Editor
The Performance Editor lets you edit major program param-
eters without moving to the PROG 2.1–7.2 Ed (Edit) pages.
This edits multiple program parameters within the currently
selected program, allowing you to make broad adjustments
easily.
You can use the Performance Editor when you wish to
adjust the depth of effects etc. while you are playing, or to
make the initial rough settings to begin the process of creat-
ing a new sound.
Editing that you do here will affect the values of the pro-
gram parameters in the edit buffer.
If you wish to keep the results of your editing, you must
write (save) the program ( BG p.42).
Editing done using the Performance Editor will occur
within the range of the corresponding parameter. If
after using the Performance Editor to modify a value,
you move to another page or mode and then return, the
sound will remain in its edited state but the value
shown in the LCD screen by the Performance Editor
will be +00. You may do further editing from this state
if you wish.
Since editing done using the Performance Editor is not
as detailed as conventional editing, the balance
between parameters may be lost. If this occurs, use 2.1:
Ed-Basic–7.2: Ed-MasterFx to make fine adjustments.
Octave
An adjustment of +01 will raise the pitch one octave.
An adjustment of –01 will lower the pitch one octave.
This setting cannot adjust the pitch higher than 4' (feet) or
lower than 32' (feet).
Stretch (Pitch Stretch)
This simultaneously adjusts the Transpose and Tune of the
oscillator. This lets you produce a variety of tonal changes
and variations without loosing the character of the original
sound.
At the +00 setting, the value of the program parameters will
be unchanged.
An adjustment of +01 will lower the Transpose value by 1,
and simultaneously raise the Tune value by 100.
An adjustment of –01 will raise the Transpose value by 1,
and simultaneously lower the Tune value by 100.
However, it is not possible for the Transpose value to exceed
the range of ±12, nor the Tune value to exceed the range of
±1200.
OSC Bal (OSC Balance)
1.1–2c
This adjusts the level balance between oscillators 1 and 2.
At the +00 setting, the value of the program parameters will
be unchanged.
(Tempo)
Positive (+), settings will lower the oscillator 2 level.
With an adjustment of +10, the oscillator 2 level will be 0.
The oscillator 1 level will not change.
Negative (–) settings will lower the oscillator 1 level.
With an adjustment of –10, the oscillator 1 level will be 0.
The oscillator 2 level will not change.
Level (Amp Level)
This adjusts the amp level.
With an adjustment of +00, the value of the program param-
eters will be unchanged.
Positive (+) settings will increase the amp level above the
value that was set.
With an adjustment of +10, the amp level will be 127 (maxi-
mum).
Negative (–) settings will lower the amp level below the
value that was set.
With an adjustment of –10, the amp level will be 0.
Attack (Attack Time)
This adjusts the attack times of the filter EG and amp EG.
With an adjustment of +00, the value of the program param-
eters will be unchanged.
Positive (+) settings will lengthen the attack times beyond
the values that were set.
With an adjustment of +10, the attack times will be 90.
Negative (–) settings will shorten the attack times.
With an adjustment of –10, the attack times will be 0.
If the MIDI Filter "Exclusive" (GLOBAL 2.1–1b) setting
is checked, MIDI exclusive parameter changes will be
transmitted whenever you operate the Performance
Editor. If these messages are received by an instrument
whose "Exclusive" setting is checked, the Performance
Editor on that instrument corresponding to the received
message will be modified.
For programs whose "Mode (Oscillator Mode)" (2.1–1a)
setting is Single, oscillator 2 will not sound. Only the
level of oscillator 1 will change. For a Drums program,
this performance editor will have no effect.
When you modify "Attack Time," the EG Start Level,
Attack Level, Start Level Modulation, and Attack Time
Modulation of the amp EG will also be adjusted simul-
taneously, to allow the maximum effect to be obtained.
[–03...+00...+03]
[–12...+00...+12]
[–10...+00...+10]
[–10...+00...+10]
[–10...+00...+10]
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