Style Play operating mode
Page 4 - Tuning: Detune
PAGE 4 - TUNING: DETUNE
This page is the place where you can set the fine tuning
for each track.
Use the TRACK SELECT button to switch from the Real-
time (Keyboard) tracks to the Style tracks, and vice-versa.
This is the fine tuning value.
PAGE 5 - TUNING: SCALE
This page lets you program the alternative scale for the
selected tracks (see "Scale Mode" on page 51). The
remaining tracks use the Scale set in the Global mode
(see "Scale" on page 126).
Selected scale. See "Scales" on page 229 for a list of the
Parameter required for some Scales, when you should
select a preferred key.
Note in edit, to be detuned. This parameter can be
accessed when a User Scale is selected.
Note detune, relative to the standard Equal tuning. This
parameter can be accessed when a User Scale is selected.
PAGE 6 - TUNING: PITCHBEND SENSITIVITY
This page lets you program the Pitch Bend range for
the Realtime (Keyboard) tracks.
These parameters show the Pitch Bend range for each
track, in semitones.
Maximum up/down pitchbend range (in
semitones). 12 = ±1 octave.
No pitchbend allowed.
PAGE 7 - FX: A/B SELECT
This page enables you to select the A and B effects.
Usually, the A effect is the reverb, and the B effect is the
modulating effect for the Style tracks.
Effects assigned to the A and B effect processors. Usu-
ally, A is the reverb, while B is the modulating effect
(chorus, flanger, delay...). For a list of the available
effects, see "Effects" on page 177.
ModTrk (Modulating Track)
Source track for modulating MIDI messages. You can
modulate an effect parameter with a MIDI message
generated by a physical controller.
B>Asend (B>A Send)
Amount of the B effect going back to the input of the A