Performance Edit mode
Reference Performance mode
● [F1]-[SF4] Part Voice Portamento
Set the Portamento parameters for each part.
Portamento is used to create a smooth transition in
pitch from the ﬁrst note played on the keyboard to
Switch Portamento on or off.
Set the pitch transition time. Higher values mean longer
❏Settings 0 ~127
Set the Portamento mode.
❏ Settings ﬁngered, fulltime
Portamento is only applied when you play legato (playing
the next note before releasing the previous one).
Portamento is always applied.
nThe Mode setting is not available for the Plug-in
nThese Portamento parameters above are not
available for the part to which the Drum voice is
● [F1]-[SF5] Part Voice Other
• PB (Pitch Bend) Upper, Lower
... When editing part s 1 - 4:
These two parameters determine the pitch change range
(in semitones) of the Pitch Bend wheel for the part’s voice.
For example, a Lower setting of -12 would result in the
pitch being lowered up to a maximum of one octave (12
semitones) when the Pitch Bend wheel is moved
downwards. Similarly, setting the Upper parameter to
+12 would result in a maximum pitch rise of one octave
when the wheel is moved upwards.
❏Settings -48 ~0 ~+24
• PB (Pitch Bend) Range
... When editing Plug-in parts 1 - 3, or when a
Drum voice is selected:
Determines the pitch change range (in semitones) of the
Pitch Bend wheel for the Plug-in part’s voice (or Drum
voice). Unlike the Pitch Bend setting for parts 1 - 4 above,
the Upper and Lower ranges for the Plug-in parts cannot
be set independently.
❏Settings -24 ~ 0 ~ +24
• VelSensDpt (Velocity Sensitivity Depth)
Determines the velocity sensitivity of the part’s voice, or
how much the level of the voice changes in response to
your playing strength (velocity). The higher the value, the
more the voice changes in response to changes in your
Changes to actual velocity for different
Velocity Sensitivity Depth settings
nThe settings here apply when Velocity Sensitivity Offset
(below) is set to a median or neutral value of “64.”
• VelSensOfst (Velocity Sensitivity Offset)
Determines the amount by which received velocities are
adjusted for the actual velocity effect. This lets you raise
or lower all velocities by the same amount — allowing you
to automatically compensate for playing too strongly or too
❏Settings 0 ~ 127
Changes to actual velocity for different Velocity
Sensitivity Offset settings.
nThe settings here apply when Velocity Sensitivity Depth
(above) is set to a median or neutral value of “64.”
offset=64 Received velocity
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