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MIDI Ports

Use the MIDI Out and MIDI Thru ports to connect to an external sound module such as KurzweilK2600RorPC2R.UsetheMIDIInportwhenyouareusingtheSP3asasoundmodule forasequencerapplicationoranotherMIDIcontroller.SeeConnectingMIDIonpage24for moreinformation.

USB Port

UsetheUSBporttoconnecttoacomputer.WhentheSP3isconnectedtoacomputerviaUSB cable, it can transmit and receive MIDI data without using MIDI In and Out ports. See ConnectingtoaComputerviaUSBonpage27formoreinformation. TheUSBportoftheSP3carriesonlyMIDIdata,notaudiodata. (UniversalSerialBus)isaserialbusstandardtointerfacedevices.

Pedal Jacks

ContinuousControl(CC)PedalJack Youcanplugacontrolpedalinhere.Acontrolpedalisveryusefulwhencontrollingvolume, expression,vibrato,andmoreMIDIeffectswithyourfoot.YoucanuseaKurzweilCC1pedal ofcourse,orjustuseathirdpartycontrolpedalforgenericsynthesizers.Withsomepedals,you maynotbeabletogettheresultsthatyouwantaccordingtoyourcontrolpedalsetting.Ifyou need more detailed information about control pedals or are having problems making it work properly,seeControlPedalProblemsonpage94. Switch(SW)PedalJack Usethisjacktopluginaswitchpedal.Youcanplugthesinglepianopedalthatcamewithyour SP3 here. By default, it will perform a sustain ( or damper ) function. Of course, you can use KurzweilKFP1orKFP2too.TheKFP1willperformsustainandsostenutofunctionbydefault.

Audio Outs

The left and right audio jacks are used to connect to your audio system. See Connecting To YourAudioSystemonpage22forconnectiondetails.

Headphone Jack

Plug your headphones in here. Youll need a 1/4 inch to 1/8 inch ( or phonetomini ) adapter plug when using headphones that have a mini plug. See Connecting to Your Audio Systemonpage23formoreinformation.

Power Jack

Plug the cord from the included power adapter into this jack. You must use the adapter that comes with your SP3. However, if it should become lost or forgotten, refer see page A1 for informationaboutpossiblesubstitutes.

Power Switch

PressthewhiteItoturnontheSP3ortheOtoturnitoff.Ifitwillbeoffforalongperiodof time,unplugthepoweradapterfromthewall.


Programsconsistof512presetsthatincludevariousinstrumentalsoundsand60typesofdrum patterns. With such a variety of excellent sounds, the SP3 can be as many instruments as you wantittobe;Beitaguitar,abassorevenastringensemble.Youcanusethosesoundsforeither performanceorMIDIcomposition.Programsarealsothesoundsourcetobuildupyoursetups. Youcanmodifythemtoyourtaste,ofcourse. Toselectaprogram,pressthe[Program/Setup]button.Pressingthebuttonwilltogglethesmall LED in the button between green and red. If the LED turns red, it means that the SP3 is in Programmode.TheLEDturnsgreenwhentheSP3isinSetupmode. InProgram mode,useaSoundSelect buttonin the Sound Select / DataEntryregion toselect thedesiredinstrumentalcategory(Piano,E.Piano,etc.)andselectaprogrambypressingone oftheeightbuttonsbelowthecategorybuttonsassuggestedinFigure34. SelectingCategories/Youcanselectthedesiredinstrumentalcategoryinthisregion. SelectingPrograms/Youcanselectthedesiredprogramwithinthecurrentcategoryinthisregion.


TheSP3sharesthesameMIDICCassignmentwithotherKurzweilinstruments.Forexample, the destinations of knobs A and B are MIDI CC 6 and 13 which PCseries instruments also assignedtoslider/knobAandB.Inaddition,MIDICC6,22,and23areassignedtosliderB,C and D of Kseries instruments. This makes the SP3 a good controller keyboard for other Kurzweilrackmodules,suchasPC2R,K2000R,K2500R,andK2600R. If you want to change the default setting, see Assigning Knobs on page 412 in Chapter 4 : ProgrammingYourSP3. ZoneVolume Youcancontrolthevolumelevelsofmain,layer,andsplitsoundsandrhythmpatternswiththe4 knobs. It is very useful for live performance, especially when playing with the internal rhythm patterns.


Chapter 3 SP3 Performance Features EffectWet/DryMix&TempoControl Youcanusethe4knobstocontrolEffectWet/Drymixlevelandthetempoofrhythmpatterns andtheSP3smetronome.FormoreinformationaboutEffects,seeChapter7.


Programming Your SP3
Thischapter willshowyouhowtomodifyexistingprograms,setupsandeffectstoyourown specificuseortaste.Usethefollowinglisttofindspecificinformationmorequickly. EasyEditing..42 ChangingEffectSetting..44 EditingSetups..48 KnobAssigning.. 412
Chapter 4 Programming Your SP3
Easy Editing (Auto Layer / Split)
With the AutoSplit feature, users can create new setups very easily. Tasks such as mixing additionalsoundswithcurrentonesorsplittingthekeyboardintomultipleparts,eachwitha different sound, can be done in a very convenient way. Basically, current programs are set to Mainsound.Youcaneasilylayeradditionalsoundsontopofitorsplitkeyboardintomultiple zoneswithdifferentprogramsineach,using[Layer]and[Split]buttons.


Layeringisplayingtwosoundsonthesamepartofthekeyboard. Theprocedureisasfollows: 1. Selectaprogram.Ifyouwanttomixanothersoundwithit,pressthe[Layer]button.


2. 3. 4.
TheLEDonthe[Layer]buttonwillblinkredandthedisplaywilllooklikeFigure41. ThenyoucanselectanothersoundtobelayeredwiththeSoundSelectbutton IfyouwanttochangeyourMainsound,pressthe[Main]buttonanduseSoundSelect buttons.(Inthiscase,thedisplaywilllooklike Figure42)


Splitting is playing two or more programs on different parts of the keyboard. For example, usingthesplitfeature,youcanplayapianosoundintheupperregisterandabasssoundinthe lowerregisterwithasingleSP3instrument.Pressingthe[Split]buttonwillflashtheLEDonit andthedisplaywilllooklikeFigure44.
You can select a split sound with the Sound Select button like when you select sounds for layeringandtheSP3splitsthekeyboardatapredeterminedpointwhichbydefault,isF#3. SplitPoint If you want to change this automatic split point, press and hold down the [Layer] and [Split] buttons at the same time. The SP3 will indicate Split Point : F#3 on the display. Press a key which you want to be the new split point. Thats it. You have a new split point. This function sets a split point and selects Split Keyboard mode simultaneously when you are not in split mode.


Changing Effect Setting
In Program mode, users can change the effects associated with the current program or setup. The SP3 has two separate effect blocks called Effect and Reverb. The effects available for the Effect block include choruses, reverbs, distortions, etc. The Reverb block is mainly for reverberationaddingdimensiontosounds,sotheeffectsforReverbconsistofpresetssuchas Room,Hall,Chamber,etc.Youcanchangeeffectsforeachblockwiththe[Effect]and[Reverb] buttonsinProgrammode.Thechartbelowshowstheavailableeffects.

1 Effect Reverb

Chorus Booth

Flange Room 1

Delay Room 2

Compress Chamber

Distotion Hall 1

Filter Hall 2

Lazerverb Hall 3

Misc Combi



Changing Effects
Tochangeaneffect,pressthe[Effect]button.TheLEDwilllight.Userscanselecttypesofeffects with the upper set of Sound Select buttons and select variations with the lower set of Sound Select buttons. The same method will work for Reverb and you can store your changes in a QuickAccessbankwiththeassociatedprograms.Youcanusethetwoeffectblocksatthesame time.
Forthisexample,weregoingtochangetheEffectassociatedwithProgram0StereoGrand Piano. 1. 2. SelectProgram0000StereoGrand. Press the [Effect] button. The display will show 1 Stereo Chorus 1 and the LED in the [Edit]buttonintheEditregionoftheSP3sfrontpanelwillblink.
SelectthedesiredtypeofeffectwiththeuppersetofSoundSelectbuttonsintheCategory region. The buttons are labeled Chorus, Flanger, Delay, Compressor, Distortion, Filter, LazerVerb, and Misc. (Rotary Speaker, Enhancer, Simple Motion, etc.) After making your selection,selectthedesiredpresetwithoneofthethelower8buttons.Formoreinformation abouttheeffectsandreverbs,refertoAppendixB7,EffectsandReverbs.
Press[Store]intheEditregion.TheSP3willaskifyouwanttoreplacetheeffectsettingof the current Program. Store the change with [+/Yes] and the procedure is completed. Now, theSP3willreturntoProgrammode.

Editing Setups

Thissection willhelpyouunderstandandtamethemostpowerfulfeatureoftheSP3,Setups, throughafewexamples. Therearethreebasicstepsineditingsetups. 1. InSetupmode,pressthe[/No]buttonand[+/Yes]buttonatthesametime.Thedisplaywill show S128 Default Setup which means the Default Setup is selected. Press the [Edit] button.TheblinkingLEDinthebuttonindicatesthattheSP3isinEditingmode.
Usingthe[/No]and[+/Yes]buttons,orSoundSelectbuttonsintheCategoryregion,select a setup to be edited and then edit parameters such as Key Range, Velocity Range or Transposeasnecessary. In Setup edit mode, the [Start/Stop] and [Tap Tempo] buttons can be used as Sub Menu selectbuttonsforsettingvariouscontrollervalues. Afterediting,storethechangeswiththeassociatedsetup.

The Structure of a Setup

Before we begin with more details of setup editing, you may want to know how setups are constructed. Basically, a setup is a combination of up to 4 distinct programs which can be individually playedondifferentregionsoftheSP3skeyboard.EachregioniscalledaZone.Eachzonehas itsownparametersetwhichdefineMIDItransmitchannel,controllerassignmentandkeyrange oftheassignedprogram. AlthoughtheSP3canreceiveMIDIdataononlyonechannelatatimewhenusedwithexternal MIDIdevices,theSP3willremaptheincomingdatafromtheexternaldevicessothatyoucan usethesetupsfourzonestogether.Thefourthzoneisfixedtodrumandpercussionsounds. The SP3 has two special setups you need to check out. They are template setups with basic settings,whichareveryconvenientforcreatingnewsetups.

Special Setups

Naturally, you can edit any setup you want, changing values of any of dozens of available parameters. However, the existing setups often have complex interaction between several parameters.Changingthevalueofoneparametercanhavegreaterimpactthanyouanticipated. Consequently,wevemadeaveryhandytemplatesetupforyourconvenience.


You can consider Program Mode as a setup with only one zone. Thus, changing zone parameters can affect how the program works. For example, in program mode, pressing the [Split] button activates the Autosplit feature because the value for Autosplit parameter of the correspondingzoneissettoONbydefault.Thus,youcanselectanyprogramorinternalsetup andmakeitastartingpointforyourownsetup.


TheDefaultSetupisablanksetupexceptforahandfuloftypicalcontrollerassignmentswith AutosplitOff.Ifyouwanttocreateacompletelynewsetupfromscratch,werecommendyou usetheDefaultSetupasastartingpoint.

Key Range

KeyRangedetermineswheretheMain,orSplitsoundplaysonthekeyboard.Forexample,you needtosetappropriaterangesforeachofyourbasses,padsandleadstoenjoytherealpowerof thesplitfeature.TosetKeyRange,pressthe[Setup]button,[Edit]button,andthe[KeyRange] buttoninorder.TheLEDinthe[KeyRange]buttonwillflash.ThedisplaywilllooklikeFigure 416.
[/No],[+/Yes]ornumericbuttonsallowsyoutosetthelowestkey. Playingakeywhileholdingthe[KeyRange]isthefasterwaytosetthekey. Ifyouwanttochangethehighkey,press[Start/Stop]tomovethecursortotheright. Nowyoucansetthehighestkeyjustasthelowestkey.

Velocity Range

VelocityRangehasthesamemeaningasVelocitySwitchinginthelayering.Withthis,youcan useyourkeystrikevelocity(howhardyouplay)tochangethetimbreofsounds.Forexample, you can create a program which plays leads or pads when played normally and triggers percussionsounds,suchasaridecymbalwhenplayedharder. ToeditVelocityRange,pressthe[Setup]buttonand[Edit]buttons.Then,press[VelocityRange]. TheLEDin[VelocityRange]willflashandthedisplaywilllooklikeFigure418.
Figure 4-18 Setting the Velocity
Usingthe[/No],[+/Yes]ornumericbuttons,enterthelowestvelocityforthesoundyouwantto betriggeredwithinthespecificrange.
Figure 4-19 Entering Value for the Lowest Velocity with numeric buttons
Figure 4-20 Setting the Highest Velocity
Atthispoint,youcanselectotherparameterswiththe[Start/Stop]and[TapTempo]buttons. The values for Velocity Range should be from 0 to 127.
You can use the [Transpose] button to set the amount of transposition for each zone. The methodis: 1.SelectanysoundfromtheMain,LayerorSplitsounds,whichyouwanttotranspose. 2.Pressthe[Setup]and[Edit]buttons. 3.Pressthe[Transpose]button. 4.Setavalueoftranspositionwiththe[/No],[+/Yes]ornumericbuttons. 5.Holdingthe[Transpose]buttonandPlayingakeyisthefasterwaytodoit. Figure 421 shows an example of the transposition feature. Two kinds of piano sounds are layeredandthesecondpianosoundistransposedupanoctave(12st).Theresultiscalledan OctavePianosound,whichplaysinoctaveunison.
Figure 4-21 Transposition

Editing Effect Settings

You can change the effect setting for setups the same way as you do with programs. Without changing,theeffectsettingforMainsoundwillbeappliedtotheentiresetup.

Setting Up For a Software Upgrade
ConnectaMIDIcablefromtheMIDIOutoftheMIDIinterfacetotheMIDIInoftheSP3. You need to set up your computer to transmit MIDI data properly. Follow the proceduredescribedbelow.Itisveryeasy. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. OpenControlPanel OpentheSoundsandAudioDevicesProperties ClicktheAudiotab SettheDefaultdeviceforMIDImusicplaybacktotheMIDIinterfaceconnectedtothe SP3. ClosethedialogboxandclickOKtocompletethesetting. ThefollowinginstructionsareforPC&Mac

Chapter 6 Update

Installing Software Upgrades
1. After powering on, when the display shows Waiting for scanner, press the [Transpose]button.


2. 3. 4.
ThedisplaywillshowInstallFlashROM(UpdateOS)message. Ifyouwanttomovetoanothermenu,use[+/Yes]or[/No]button. From now on, pressing [Rhythm/Metro] button means Yes and pressing [Program] buttonmeansNo.


5. 6. 7. 8.
Thus, if you decide to install software upgrades, press [Rhythm/Metro] button while thedisplayisshowingInstallFlashROM. Then,thedisplaywillshowWaitingforMIDIwhichmeanstheSP3isnowwaiting forthedatatransmission. StartplayingtheMIDIfilecontainingnewsoftwarefromthesequencer,oraMIDIfile playersuchasWindowsMediaPlayer. IftheSP3isreceivingtheMIDIdatacorrectly,thedisplaywillshowSegment1(1%) likeFigure63.


If you start the MIDI file player and still the display shows Waiting for MIDI, it meansthatthedataisnotbeingsenttotheSP3properly.
10. Inthiscase,makesuretheMIDIconnectionandtheMIDIfileplayersettingfromthe computeriscorrectonemoretime. 11. If everything works well, the loading may take up to 18 minutes. After the software loading is completed, the display will show done which means that the software upgradehasbeensuccessfullydone.


12. Turnpowerofffor5secondsthenon. 13. Now,thesoftwareupgradeiscompletedsuccessfullyandyourSP3willstartwiththe new operating system and / or features. Please referto the Read Me File included in thesoftwareupgradesforalistofnewfeaturesandbugfixes.

Miscellaneous Menus

Asdescribedabove,whenthedisplayshowsInstallFlashROM,youcanselectmoremenu optionsincludingdiagnosticswiththe[/No]and[+/Yes]buttons.

Why Use Effects?

YoucanenhancetheSP3ssoundevenmorewiththeinternaleffects.Withreverbs,youcanadd depthandrealitytotheSP3ssound.Also,youcanenjoyavarietyofmodulationeffectswhich candramaticallychangethetimbreofinternalsounds.Byaddingeffectssuchasreverbordelay, youcanmakeyourSP3soundlikeagrandpianoinaconcerthall.Exploringthesonicpotential ofyourSP3willbefunandmostofall,youraudiencewillbeimpressedwiththefullandrich soundofyourinstrument.Forquickreference,usethefollowinglist. Description.. 71 ControllingEffects... 71 RoutingEffects.. 72 SelectingEffects..72 Wet/DryMix... BypassingEffects...73

Connectors Impedance Maximumoutputlevel FrequencyResponse Idlechannelnoise DynamicRange StereoChannelSeparation

Headphone Output

Outputimpedance Maximumoutputlevel 47Ohm,nominal 4dBu(0.5VoltsRMS)with32Ohmload

Parameter Reference

Parameter Group
Key Range Transposition Velocity Continuous controllers These controllers all have the same three Parameters, called the Basic Parameter Group. The Ctrl Num parameter is different for each but the other parameters are the same. Wheel 1 Up/Down Wheel 2 Knob A Knob B Knob C Knob D Pedal 1 Exit Value None, 0127 (default None)

Subgroup (if any)

Lo Note Map Transpose Vel Min Vel Max C-1G 9 C-1G 9 Linear -24 to 1127

Range of Values

G#3(Ab3) G9 Linear 127 Wheel 1 Up/Down Ctrl Num : Pitch Up Wheel 2 Ctrl Num: Mod Wheel Ctrl Num : 6 Ctrl Num : 13 Ctrl Num : 22 Ctrl Num : 23 Ctrl Num : 11

2 Semitone

MIDI Implementation Chart
Model: Kurzweil SP3 Manufacturer: Kurzweil Digital Synthesizers


Basic Channel Mode Note Number Velocity After Touch Pitch Bender 0 , 6, 97 98, 99 100, 121 True # Local Control All Notes Off Reset Default Changed Default Messages Altered 0127 True Voice Note ON Note OFF Keys Channels
Date:2007.5.25 Version 1.0


1 X Multi* Any X O O X O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O X O X


- 16 Multi* Modes 1 key range 1128 O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O X


C 0C 8

Control Change**

bank select mod wheel breath controller foot controller data entry volume pan expression sustain pedal sostenuto pedal soft pedal Reverb Wet/Dry Effect Wet/Dry data increment data decrement non-registered param num registered param num all sound off reset all controllers
Program Change System Exclusive Aux Messages
Mode 1: Omni On, Poly Mode 3: Omni Off, Poly
Mode 2: Omni On, Mono Mode 4: Omni Off, Mono

O = yes X = no

Appendix B

002 Dynamic Grand

SP3 Series Programs and Controller Assignments
Thefollowinglistdescribesthephysical controllerassignmentsforeachprogramand setup.Becausetheyareallrealtimecontrollers, youcaneasilyputexpressivenessandvariety inyourperformancewiththem.Theyarealso veryusefulforsequencingapplications. When knobs are in MIDI controller mode, the MIDI controller assignments for Knob AD and the mod wheel are fixed to the factory setting. In program or setup mode, the presets havetheirownMIDIcontrollerassignments
Knob B MW CCPed FtSw1 FtSw2
Vibrato Rate Vibrato Depth Expression Sustain Sostenuto

023 Hybrid E Piano

Knob A Knob B MW CCPed FtSw1 FtSw2 Timbre

027 Soft Wurly

Knob A Timbre Tremolo Rate Tremolo Depth
Tremolo Rate Knob B Tremolo Depth MW Expression Sustain Sostenuto

028 Wurly Road

Knob A Knob B Timbre Tremolo Rate Tremolo Depth Expression Sustain Sostenuto

024 My Best Wurly

Tremolo Rate FtSw1 Tremolo Depth FtSw2 Expression Sustain Sostenuto

029 Pearly Keys

025 Big Red Wurly

030 Digital E Piano

Knob A Knob B Timbre Tremolo Rate Tremolo Depth Expression Sustain Soft Pedal

026 Brkfst In Korea

Knob A Knob B MW Timbre
Tremolo Rate FtSw1 Tremolo Depth FtSw2
Appendix B SP3 Program and Effect List 031 Ballad E Piano
Knob A Knob B MW CCPed FtSw1 FtSw2 Timbre Tremelo Rate Tremolo Depth Expression Sustain Sostenuto

035 FantAsmAtron

032 C3PO

036 AtmAz

Knob A Knob B MW Mpress CCPed FtSw1 CCPed Timbre Attack Ctrl Vibrato Rate Vibrato Depth Expression Sustain Expression

033 Digital E Grand

Knob A Knob B MW CCPed FtSw1 FtSw2 Timbre Tremolo Rate Tremolo Depth MW Expression CCPed Sustain FtSw1 Sostenuto FtSw2 Sustain Sostenuto Expression Tremolo Depth

037 Celestial Comet

Knob A Knob B Treble Cut Trem/Vib Rate

034 Rock E Grand

Knob A Knob B MW CCPed FtSw1 FtSw2 Timbre Tremolo Rate Tremolo Depth

038 Comp Time

Knob A Knob B MW LoPass Freq Resonance Vibrato Rate, Depth Expression Sustain Sostenuto
Expression Sustain Sostenuto

CCPed FtSw1 FtSw2

Appendix B SP3 Program and Effect List 039 Ruth Buzzy
Knob A Knob B MW Mpress CCPed FtSw1 CCPed LoPass Freq Cut Tremolo+Rate Vibrato Vibrato Expression Sustain Expression

043 Harpsichord

Knob A Knob B MW CCPed FtSw1 FtSw2 Timbre Sample Start Decay Control Expression Sustain Sostenuto
044 Modrn Harpsi 040 Clav Classic
Knob A Knob B MW CCPed FtSw1 FtSw2 Bass Level Knob B HiPass LFO Rate MW HiPass LFO Depth CCPed Expression FtSw1 Sustain FtSw2 Sostenuto Sostenuto Sustain Expression LoPass Freq, Layer Detune Decay Control Knob A Timbre

041 Touch Clav

Knob A Knob B MW Mpress CCPed FtSw1 FtSw2 Timbre

045 CrystalClavchd

Knob A Knob B Treble Cut Sample Start Layer 1 Vibrato Expression Sustain Sostenuto
Impact MW BandPass LFO Rate CCPed Timbre FtSw1 Expression FtSw2 Sustain Sostenuto

046 Accordion

Knob A Timbre Tremelo Rate Swell Swell Expression Sustain Sostenuto

042 Dual Wah Clav

Knob A Knob B MW CCPed FtSw1 FtSw2 Bandpass Width LFO2 Rate Bandpass Freq(SW4) Expression Sustain Sostenuto
Knob B MW Mpress CCPed FtSw1 FtSw2
Appendix B SP3 Program and Effect List 047 Celesta

117 Tripkit/Trashkit
Appendix B SP3 Program and Effect List 122 Woody Marimba
Knob A CCPed Knob B MW CCPed FtSw1 FtSw2 Pitch Control FtSw1 Env/Lyr, Ptch LFO Expression Sustain Sostenuto FtSw2 Layr Sw to Round Marimba Off Sample Start Expression

118 Beat Box

123 African Marimba
Knob B CCPed FtSw1 Lyr Enable (Shaker) Expression Sustain Sostenuto

119 Electro Kit

Knob A Knob B MW CCPed FtSw1 FtSw2 Timbre Pitch Control Layer Enable Expression Sustain CCPed Sostenuto FtSw1 FtSw2 Expression Sustain Sostenuto FtSw2

124 Vibes

Knob A Knob B MW Tremolo Rate Layer Switch Tremelo

120 Virtuoso Perc

Knob A Knob B MW Mpress CCPed FtSw1 FtSw2 Pitch Control Shaker Rate (f1-c2) Muting Moose Pitch/Mute Expression Sustain Sostenuto

125 New Fluid Vibes

Knob A MW CCPed FtSw1 FtSw2 Tremolo Rate Tremelo Expression Sustain Sostenuto

126 Aborigine Jam

CCPed Expression Sustain Sostenuto FtSw1 FtSw2

121 Rhythm Maker

Knob A Knob B MW Mpress CCPed FtSw1 FtSw2 Pitch Control PitchCtrl Via MPrs Sample Start PtchCtl (Sw2/SosPed) Expression

127 Drums 'n Bells

Knob B Mpress CCPed PitchCtrl via MPrs PtchCtl (Sw2/SosPed) Expression Sustain Sostenuto

Off Off

Secondary (Bank 6)

000 Sweet Ivories

MW Knob B Vibrato (when SW4 is on) Vibrato rate

009 Chiano

MW Knob A Knob B Vibrato (when SW4 is on) Tone control: Notch Vibrato rate
010 Way Back Piano 001 Nice Touch Grand
MW Knob B Vibrato (when SW4 is on) Knob A Vibrato rate Knob B Vibrato rate Envelope: decay rate MW Vibrato (when SW4 is on)

002 Piano Solitude

MW Knob B Vibrato (when SW4 is on) Vibrato rate Knob A Highpass filter Envelope: decay rate

011 Dance Piano

MW Vibrato (when SW4 is on)

003 Piano Recital

Knob B

012 Cloud Ride Piano

MW Vibrato (when SW4 is on) Pad layer decay Vibrato rate

004 Full Bloom Piano

Knob A Knob B
013 Organic Piano 005 Pianetta
MW Knob B FtSw1 Vibrato (when SW4 is on) Vibrato rate Enable ringy layer Knob A Cutoff, pad layer Resonance, pad layer Knob A Duller Vox

014 Piano & Wash

MW Increases volume of pad layer

006 Suite Piano

015 Piano & Vox Pad
MW Fade volume of Vox layer Cutoff, Vox layer Attack Time: Vox layer

007 Dreamy Piano

016 Mello E Piano 008 Basement Upright
MW Knob B Vibrato (when SW4 is on) Vibrato rate MW Knob A Knob B Tremolo depth Timbre: cutoff Tremolo rate
Appendix B SP3 Program and Effect List 017 Tines Square

065 Emotional String

MW Knob A Switches layers Timbre: duller

074 Vox & Organ

Knob B Envelope: release rate
075 BIG Ooh Voices 066 Octave Strings
MW Knob A Disables lower-pitched layer Timbre: duller MW Knob B vibrato depth Vibrato rate
076 BIG Voices 067 Emphatic Strings
MW Knob A Switches layers Timbre: duller MW Knob B vibrato depth Vibrato rate

077 Bright Syn Vox

MW vibrato depth Timbre Envelope: attack control; vibrato rate

068 Rosin Section

MW Knob A Switches layers Timbre: duller Knob A Knob B
Appendix B SP3 Program and Effect List 078 Vox Orgel
MW Knob A Knob B vibrato depth Timbre control Mpressure (32) EQ gain Knob A Filter cutoff/resonance Envelope: release rate Crossfade Vibrato

085 Dinosaurs Lead

079 Vox & Strings
MW Knob A Knob B vibrato depth Vibrato rate Envelope: attack rate

086 Sawyers Bomb

MW Knob A Knob B Vox pitch bend Filter sweep range Bandpass width

080 Subdivide

MW Knob A Knob B vibrato depth Filter cutoff LFO rate, control tremolo depth, envelope

087 Reverse Feedback

MW Knob A Knob B vibrato depth Filter cutoff Resonance

081 Rezzy Bass/Poly

088 Poseidon
MW Tremolo depth vibrato Filter cutoff, treble boost Envelope control

082 Technicolor

MW Knob A Knob B vibrato depth Filter cutoff Transposes one layer down five octaves
Mpressure (32) Knob A Knob B

083 Elan Lead

MW Mpressure (32) Knob A Knob B vibrato depth Vibrato Filter cutoff

089 Analogica

MW Mpressure (32) Knob A vibrato depth Filter cutoff Filter cutoff Resonance

Resonance Knob B

084 Sun Spot Lead
MW Mpressure (32) Knob A Knob B vibrato depth Vibrato Filter cutoff Resonance

090 Anti Rez

MW Knob A Knob B vibrato depth/rate Filter cutoff Resonance

091 Spider Web

MW Mpressure (32) Knob A Knob B Filter sweep Volume Filter cutoff Resonance

097 Latin Lover

MW Muted Guitar

098 Roto 12 String

MW Knob A Rotary Fast/Slow Filter cutoff Envelope control

092 Ethereal Strings

MW Knob A Knob B Bandpass width & frequency Filter cutoff in Layer 2 Envelope control

099 Electric 12

Knob A Knob B Filter cutoff Envelope: decay

093 FreeResAhh Notch

MW Mpressure (32) Knob A Knob B Crossfade, layer detune Treble boost Filter cutoff Envelope control, LFO rate

100 Twangy Guitar

MW Knob A Knob B vibrato depth Filter cutoff EQ gain

094 Ooh><Ahh Pad

MW Mpressure (32) Knob A Knob B vibrato depth Filter cutoff, layer crossfade Resonance Filter cutoff, layer crossfade

101 Chr Elec & Mute

MW Knob A Knob B vibrato depth Filter cutoff Impact

102 Comp Chr E Gtr

MW vibrato depth Filter cutoff Impact

095 Vocalicious

MW Knob A Knob B Different envelope Timbre: duller Different envelope Knob A Knob B

103 Trashed Tubes

MW vibrato depth Fade-in feedback Distortion amount Filter cutoff

096 Titanium Guitar

MW Knob A Knob B Muted Guitar

Mpressure (32) Knob A

More body Knob B Fret snap
Appendix B SP3 Program and Effect List 104 Gimme The Finger
MW Mpressure (32) Knob A Knob B vibrato depth and ride cymbal vol Vibrato depth Filter cutoff Envelope: attack rate

HP Bass

MW Mpressure (32) Knob A Knob B vibrato depth Vibrato depth Filter cutoff Resonance

105 Bright E Bass

MW Mpressure (32) Knob A Knob B vibrato depth Pitch bend Timbre: more low end Vibrato rate

111 Base in Face

112 Radio Kings/Rods 106 Bright A Bass
MW Mpressure (32) Knob A Knob B vibrato depth Knob B Pitch bend Less Body, more tacky Vibrato rate Knob B Pitch control Pitch control Knob A Timbre

113 Ripper Kit/Vinyl

Knob A Shaper; timbre

107 Triangle Bass

MW Mpressure (32) Knob A Knob B vibrato depth Vibrato Cutoff frequency: deeper Vibrato rate

114 LA Drums/Brk Bt.

Knob A Knob B Timbre Pitch control

115 Compact/Raw Kit

Knob A Shaper; timbre Pitch control Knob B

108 Yow Bass

MW Mpressure (32) Knob A Knob B vibrato depth

116 TubeTraps/lb.der

Vibrato depth/rate Filter cutoff Resonance Knob A Knob B Shaper; timbre Pitch control
117 Acoustric/HiPKit 109 Mono Synth Bass
MW Mpressure (32) Knob A Knob B vibrato depth Vibrato depth/rate Filter cutoff Resonance Knob A Knob B Shaper; timbre Pitch control

118 Dirt/Triphop Kit

Appendix B SP3 Program and Effect List 119 SumPumpKit MWsus
MW Mpressure (32) Knob A Knob B Drone layer Drone layer Timbre Pitch control

126 Perc Party

MW Mpressure (32) Knob A Knob B FtSW2 Alternative attack Pitch bend with Knob B Transpose 2 Layers; timbre Enables MPressure pitch bend Enables MPressure pitch bend

120 Marimba

MW Knob A Knob B Alternative attack Timbre: duller Vol Adjust for attack layer

2 Sun down

SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 Program Program Program Program FX A FX B 63 18

8 Bell PAD

SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 Program Program Program Program FX A FX B 22 91

3 Fire Bird

SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 Program Program Program Program FX A FX B 121 28

9 Jaztic

SP3 Program SP3 FX A SP3 FX B 22

10 Heavenly

SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 Program Program Program Program FX A FX B 55 22

4 Kyrie

SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 Program Program Program Program FX A FX B 120 22
11 Piano Trio 5 Idle Trip
SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 Program Program Program Program FX A FX B SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 Program Program Program Program FX A FX B 55 22

6 Falling Leave

SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 Program Program Program Program FX A FX B 204 22

12 One Man Trio

SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 Program Program Program Program FX A FX B 22 0

13 Dr. Crane's

SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 Program Program FX A FX B 121 14

14 Moon.Song

15 Gate of Magic

16 Synth / E Piano

SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3 Program Program Program Program FX A FX B 121 22
SP3-Series Effects and Reverbs

MIDI Controllers

None AuxBnd1 MSB AuxBnd2 Gen 1 Gen 2 Gen 3 Gen 4 Pan Expression EfxCt 1 EfxCt 2 Foot Control Port Time Data Volume Balance Bank MSB Mod Wheel Breath AuxBnd1 LSB Pan LSB Expression LSB Port Time LSB Data LSB Volume LSB Balance LSB Bank LSB Mod Wheel LSB FXAWet FXBWet Sustain Port Switch Sosten Soft Legato Hold2 SndCtl1 SndCtl2 SndCtl3 SndCtl4 SndCtl5 SndCtl6 SndCtl7 SndCtl8 SndCtl9 SndCt10 Gen 5 Gen 6 Gen 7 Gen 8 PortCtl SndOff RstCtl LclCtl NtsOff OmniOf OmniOn MonoOn PolyOn DataInc DataDec NRg LBS NRg MSB Rg LSB Rg MSB

Special Controllers

SP3-Series Only Message.
132 Pitch Bend Rev Bnd Pitch Up Pitch Down Pressure 137 Tempo Key Number Key Veloc Prog Inc Prog Dec 142 Goto Prog Setup Inc Setup Dec Goto Setup Seq Start Seq Stop Seq Cont Trans Up Trans Down

Appendix C

SP3 Drum Map
The drum map defines the placement of the various percussion sounds at key locations. The MIDI data generated by key triggering ( or MIDI note data received from the MIDI In port ) doesnotcontainanyinformationabouttimbre.Theyjustdeterminewhichnotewillsound.So, changingadrummapwillchangethetimbreassignedtoeachkey.Simplyput,thedrummap definestheplacementofpercussionsounds. The SP3 supports three kinds of drum maps. Drums and percussion sounds are differently mappedinaccordancewitheachdrummap.Thereisanadvantageinusingdifferentkindsof drummaps. YoucanselecteitherGeneralMIDIstylelayout(GM)orKurzweilstylelayout(KRZ)inthe Globalmenu.Choosethelayoutthatismostsuitableforyourperformancestyle.Forexample, theGeneralMIDImapisusefulforplayingbackGeneralMIDIformatMIDIfiles. The next page shows how percussion timbres are assigned to each key in each map. The left sidedescriptionisthemappingforwhitekeysandtherightsideisforblackkeys. There are some keys unlabeled. For General MIDI style layout, they are not assigned to any timbres.ForKurzweilstylelayout,theirtimbreschangeonaprogrambasis.

When you use MIDI devices, sometimes you may have MIDI noteon commands producing stucknoteswhichdroneonandon.Inthiscase,dontPanic.Pressing[KeyRange]and[Vel Range] button will transmit All Note Off message and Reset All Controller message to shut downtheunwantedstucknotesandsettheSP3backtonormal.ThisiswhatPanicfunction does.

Figure C-1

Appendix C SP3 Drum Map


GM ReMap

AudioOuts, 5

NumericDisplay, 3

balancedoutputs, 2

Options, 2
ChangingEffect, 4 ChangingReverb, 6 continuouspedal, 15 ContinuousPedal, 5 ControllingEffect, 1
ParameterReference,2 Pedal, 2, 15 PedalJacks, 5 PowerJack, 6 powersupply, 2 PowerSwitch, 6 poweredspeakers, 3 ProgramSound, 7
DefaultSetup, 9 DemoSong, 16


Edit, 4 EffectBypass, 1, 3
RearPanel, 5 RhythmPatterns, 8 RoutingEffect, 2 rubberfeet, 1

FrontPanel, 3

Headphon, 6 homeaudiosystem, 4
SelectingEffect, 2 SetupEditing, 8 Setups, 7 SoundSelect/DataEntry, 4 SpecialSetup, 8 SplitPoint, 3 switchpedal, 15 SwitchPedal, 5

InternalSetup, 9

MasterVolumeSlider, 3 MIDIIN, 5 MIDIOUT, 5 MIDIThru, 6 MIDI91, 2 MIDI93, 2 mixer, 2, 3

Troubleshooting, 17

USBPort, 5


VelocityRange, 10

XLRplug, 2

Wet/DryMix, 3




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