Song Job mode
Reference Song mode
• Roll Velocity
Determines the velocity of the notes in the roll. Both the
starting and ending velocity values can be speciﬁed,
making it easy to create rolls in which the velocity
increases or decreases.
This lets you create rolls that gradually increase or
decrease in volume (crescendo/decrescendo) — a
technique often used in dance music.
❏Settings Start Velo 001~127
End Velo 001~127
Determines the speciﬁc note (or instrument in Drum
voices) for the roll effect.
nYou can also set the Note directly from the Keyboard, by
holding down the [INFORMATION] button and
pressing the desired key. See “Basic Operation” on
● [F2]-08 Sort Chord
This job sorts chord events (simultaneous note
events) by order of pitch. The sort affects the order
of the notes in the Event List display (page 190), but
does not change the timing of the notes.
When used to pre-process chords before using the
Chord Separate job (described later), Chord Sort can
be used to simulate the “stroke” or strumming
sound of guitars and similar instruments.
Determines how the chord note data is sorted.
❏Settings up, down, up&down, down&up
The notes are sorted in ascending order.
The notes are sorted in descending order.
Sorts chord notes on downbeats in ascending order and
chord notes on up beats in descending order, based on the
Grid setting, below.
Sorts chord notes on downbeats in descending order and
chord notes on up beats in ascending order.
Determines the type of note that will serve as the basis for
the Chord Sort job.
In this example, the space
between individual notes
gradually becomes shorter
over the time of the roll.
Roll Step (Clock)
In this example, the space between
individual notes gradually becomes
longer over the time of the roll.
Roll Step (Clock)
16th note triplet
8th note triplet
1/4 note triplet
16th note + 16th note triplet
8th note + 8th note triplet