Voice Edit mode
Reference Voice mode
Determines whether the Voice is played back
monophonically (single notes only) or polyphonically
(multiple simultaneous notes).
❏Settings Mono, Poly
When this is set to “single,” double playback of the same
note is prevented. This is useful when two or more
instances of the same note are received nearly
simultaneously, or without a corresponding note off
message. To allow playback of each instance of the same
note, set this to “multi.”
❏Settings single, multi
Determines the tuning system for the voice. Normally, this
should be set to 00 (Equal temperament); however thirty-
one additional tuning systems are available for a variety of
tuning applications and effects.
❏Settings See below.
● [F1]-[SF3] Normal Common General
Master EQ Offset
From this display you can adjust the master (global)
EQ settings for the entire voice. The settings made
here are applied as offsets to the EQ settings (with
the exception of “MID”) in the Utility mode,
❏Settings -64 ~ 0 ~+63
●[F1]-[SF4] Normal Common General
This display allows you to set the Portamento
related parameters. Portamento is used to create a
smooth transition in pitch from the ﬁrst note played
on the keyboard to the next.
Determines whether Portamento is on or off.
❏Settings off, on
Determines the pitch transition time. Higher values result
in a longer pitch change time, when Time Mode below is
set to “Time.” (When Time Mode is set to “Rate,” higher
values result in a faster pitch change time.)
❏Settings 0 ~127
Determines the Portamento mode. With the “ﬁngered”
setting, Portamento is only applied when you play legato
(playing the next note before releasing the previous one).
With the “fulltime” setting, Portamento is always applied.
❏Settings fulltime, ﬁngered
This determines how the Time parameter above affects the
Portamento effect. Setting this to “Time” makes the above
parameter a true time scale — the higher the value, the
longer the time. The “Rate” setting simply reverses this,
for a rate scale — the higher the value, the faster the rate
(in other words, the shorter the time). Naturally, you
should set this to your own personal preference, depending
on whether you think of Portamento in terms of time or
❏Settings rate, time
Sets the Time parameter range to reﬂect “rate”:
0 (slow) - 127 (fast)
No. Type Key Comments
The “compromise” tuning used for most of
the last 200 years of Western music, and
found on most electronic keyboards.
Each half step is exactly 1/12 of an
octave, and music can be played in any
key with equal ease. However, none of
the intervals are perfectly in tune.
01~12 Pure major C~B This tuning is designed so that most of
the intervals (especially the major third
and perfect ﬁfth) in the major scale are
pure. This means that other intervals will
be correspondingly out of tune. You need
to specify the key (C~B) you will be
13~24 Pure minor A~G#The same as Pure Major, but designed
for the minor scale.
25 Werckmeister Andreas Werckmeiser, a contemporary of
Bach, designed this tuning so that
keyboard instruments could be played in
any key. Each key has a unique
26 Kirnberger Johann Philipp Kirnberger was also
concerned with tempering the scale to
allow performances in any key.
27 Vallotti & Young Francescatonio Vallotti and Thomas
Young (both mid-1700s) devised this
adjustment the Pythagorean tuning which
the ﬁrst six ﬁfths are lower by the same
28 1/4 shifted This is the normal equal tempered scale
shifted up 50 cents.
29 1/4 tone Twenty-four equally spaced notes per
octave. (Play twenty-four notes to move
30 1/8 tone Forty-eight equally spaced notes per
octave. (Play forty-eight notes to move
31 Indian C~B Usually observed in the Indian music
(white keys [C~B] only).
PAN REVERB CHORUS TEMPO
ATTACK RELEASECUTOFF RESONANCE
ASSIGN A ASSIGN B ASSIGN 1 ASSIGN 2
MEQ LOW MEQ HI MIDMEQLOWMID MEQ HIGH
KN 1 KN 2 KN 3 KN 4