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Real-time pattern write 1) Press SONG and REAL so that Pattern Real Mode is displayed. 2) Use the Wheel to select a User Patter, numbers 100-249. 3) Press DRUM KIT and use the wheel to select a Kit for your pattern. 4) Press REC. 5) Press START and play the pads into your pattern.
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BOSS DS-330 TURBO FACTS The perfect sound module to supplement a digital piano or MIDI studio, the desktop DS-330 Dr. Synth offers 156 CD-quality sounds with onboard digital effects and complete tone editing. Initializing 1) Hold down the REVERB and SPLIT buttons while powering-up. 2) Press the up arrow/YES button. Playing the Demo Song 1) Hold down the DRUMS and (()) buttons while powering-up. 2) Press the up arrow/YES button. 3) Press the down arrow/NO button to stop the demo song. 4) Press EXIT to return to single play mode. Selecting an instrument in single mode 1) Simply press any of the 16 tone bank buttons to select a instrument group of your choice. 2) Upon selecting a bank, use the NUMBER up and down buttons to select individual instruments. 3) Depending upon the instrument, you can press the VALUE/VARIATION up and down buttons to select variation tones. 4) Any of these sounds can be heard by pressing the (()) button. Selecting a drum kit 1) Press the DRUMS button. 2) Use the VALUE/VARIATION up and down buttons to select any of the 8 drum kits. 3) The sounds in each kit can now be played directly from the 16 instrument buttons, which are now drum pads. 4) To exit DRUMS mode, press the DRUMS button. 1) 2) 3) Creating a split patch Select Piano 1-1 by pressing the PIANO button. Press the SPLIT button. Now, any note below F3 will be Acoustic Bass 51 and the upper part will be Piano 1-1. 4) To alter the split point or change the lower instrument, press the LOW/SUB> button and continue pressing it to go through the parameters.
Creating a layer patch Select Piano 1-1 by pressing the PIANO button. Press the DUAL button. Now, Piano 1-1 will be layered with Strings 7-1. To change the layer instrument and its level, press the LOW/SUB> button and continue pressing it to go through the parameters. Fattening the sound Select Piano 1-1 by pressing the PIANO button. Press the FAT button. Playing a note now, will actually trigger two notes the one played and the octave below it.
Changing the default patch When a bank is selected, the first tone in that bank is automatically is selected. To change to default tone to your preference, follow these steps: 1) Select Piano 1-1 by pressing the PIANO button. 2) Press the NUMBER up button to select E.Piano 2 1-6. 3) At this point, the "6" should be blinking. Press the PIANO button again. 4) Press the ORGAN button and then go back to the PIANO bank. It should register as E.Piano 2 1-6. Creating a multitimbral setup. 1) Press the UTILITY button until you see SINGLE Mode. 2) Use the VALUE/VARIATION up button to select MULTI Mode. 3) Press EXIT. 4) You will see the Part/MIDI channel displayed on the lower-right of the screen. 5) To change Parts, press the PART (CH) up and down buttons. 6) Instruments can be selected for each Part by pressing the bank and number buttons. 7) To change MIDI channels for a given Part, press the PART EDIT button until you see Part:Ch, and use the VALUE/VARIATION up and down buttons to select any of the 16 MIDI channels. 8) Press EXIT to return normal Multi play mode
Initializing Use the following procedure to restore the factory settings: 1) Hold WRITE, and turn the power on. Playing the Demo Songs The G-600 comes with 2 floppy disks containing demo songs. Use the following procedure to listen to all of the demo songs: 1) Simultaneously press [ ] DOWN and [ ] UP (under Performance Memory) so that 00 Free Pnl is displayed. 2) Insert one of the demo disks into the disk drive. 3) Press PLAY/STOP (under Recorder) to start playback and adjust the VOLUME slider as desired. 4) Press PLAY/STOP again to stop playback.
Setting Split Points - Up to 3 Zones The G-600 can have up to three instruments assigned to different sections of the keyboard. 1) Press SYNCHRO START so it is not lit. 2) Press SPLIT. 3) Press UPPER1, LOWER, and UP2 SPLIT (under Keyboard Mode) so they are lit. This will divide the keyboard into 3 independent sections. 4) Press F2. 5) Press PAGE down to select page #2. 6) Use the DRUMS/PART [ ] buttons (under the display) to adjust the split point between the Upper and Lower zones. 7) Use the ACCOMP/GROUP [ ] buttons (under the display) to adjust the split point between the Upper 1 and Upper 2 zones.
Layering Tones Use the following procedure to layer two Tones across the whole keyboard: 1) Press UPPER1 (under Keyboard Mode) so it is lit. 2) Press UPPER2 (under Keyboard Mode) so it is lit. 3) Press WHOLE RIGHT. Playing Standard MIDI Files The G-600 features direct-from-disk playback of Standard MIDI Files, giving you access to the thousands of MIDI files available from various manufacturers at the touch of a button. Use the following procedure: 1) Insert a disk containing a Standard MIDI File. 2) Press GM/GS so it is lit. 3) Press SONG SELECT so it is lit. 4) Use the PREVIOUS and NEXT buttons to select the desired song title and press PLAY. 5) If the SMF includes lyrics, press F4 to view the lyrics in the display. Using the G-600 with the LVC-1N The Roland LVC-1N Lyrics Converter allows you to project the lyrics being read by the G-600 onto a video monitor. Use the following procedure to setup the G-600 for use with the LVC-1N and Standard MIDI Files containing lyric information: 1) Press F3 (MIDI). 2) Hold SHIFT and press F1 (BASIC). 3) Use the PAGE DOWN button to access the TX display. 4) Use the LOWER [ ] (under the display) to select Lyrics and press UPPER 2 (under the display) to select ON (if necessary). 5) Play the Standard MIDI File (as previously described).
NOTE: To play a specific song, press SONG SELECT so it is lit and use the PREVIOUS and NEXT buttons to select the desired song after step 2 above. Then proceed with the remaining steps.
Each of the edit sliders on the front panel of the JD-800 can be used to edit the Tones in the JD-990 in real-time. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) Press SYSTEM. Press F4 RX MIDI. CURSOR to RX EXCLUSIVE. Use the VALUE dial to select ON-2. Turn on the TX EDIT function in the JD-800 MIDI Menu. Use the edit Sliders on the JD-800 to alter the JD-990 Tones in real-time.
If the appropriate edit window is open in the JD-990, the graphic display will show your changes as you make them. Make sure the correct Tone Switch is enabled for the parameter you are editing.
ROLAND JP-8000 TURBO FACTS
The JP-8000 is a new generation synthesizer, bridging the gap between analog and digital synths. It uses Rolands Analog Modeling technology, instead of sampled waveforms, in combination with front panel knob and sliders to create incredible new sounds. DSP Oscillators simulate 7 different analog waveforms 8 voice polyphony Keyboard layers & splits Oscillator Sync, Cross & Ring Modulation 48 Arpeggiator styles 48 recordable RPS patterns EQ, Chorus, Flanger, Phaser & Delay Sliders and knobs transmit MIDI data Arpeggiator, LFOs, & effects sync to MIDI 256 Patches & 128 Performances New Super Saw waveform that models 7 saw waves using just one voice of polyphony.
Initialize Use the following procedure to restore the factory settings: 1) Hold SHIFT and press INIT/UTIL. 2) Press INIT/UTIL until Initialize [WRITE] is displayed. 3) Use the DOWN/UP buttons to select FACTORY PRESET. 4) Press WRITE. Play the ROM Demos 1) Press ARP HOLD and REC simultaneously. Song 1 will begin to play. 2) Use the - buttons to select a different song. 3) Press EXIT to return to the previous screen. Selecting Sounds On the JP-8000, each musical sound that you play is called a Performance. There are always 2 Patches selected (Upper and Lower) in each Performance and you can play either one or both. Patch selections for the Upper and Lower parts, front panel settings, arpeggiator/RPS settings, and a variety of other settings are stored with each Performance. Use the following procedure to listen to Performances: 1) Press PERFORM/PATCH until PERFORM is displayed. 2) Use the BANK/VALUE buttons to select the desired bank (each bank contains 8 Performances). 3) Use the - buttons to select the desired Performance. 1) 2) 3)
Playing RPS Patterns RPS Patterns are short sequences (1 to 4 bars) that are assigned to various notes on the keyboard. There are 48 Preset RPS Patterns that you can choose from or you can create your own. RPS settings such as ON/OFF and TEMPO can be stored in each Performance. To play an RPS Pattern: 1) Select the desired sound. 2) Press ON/OFF (under Arpeggiator/RPS) so that it is lit. 3) Press MODE until all three indicators (UP,DOWN, and RND) are lit. 4) Play the keyboard to hear the RPS patterns. To record an RPS Pattern: 1) Hold REC and press the C4 key. 2) Press CLEAR  followed by WRITE. 3) Press REC and play the keyboard when M=1 B=1 is displayed. 4) Press REC when finished. 5) Make sure that ON/OFF is lit and press the C4 key to hear your new RPS Pattern. Recording a Motion Control The Motion Control function allows you to store multiple slider and knob movements as a Motion for automated playback. Up to 4 different Motions can be stored in memory and you can activate them by pressing the MOTION CONTROL  or  buttons. Before recording a new Motion you must first clear any existing ones: 1) Hold REC and press MOTION CONTROL . 2) Press CLEAR . 3) Press WRITE followed by EXIT. To record a new Motion: 1) Select Performance P:88 Template6. 2) Press LOWER. 3) Hold REC and press MOTION CONTROL . 4) Press LOOP LENGTH  and use the DOWN/UP buttons to select 4. Press EXIT. 5) Adjust the sliders and/or knobs as desired, then press REC. 6) Hold a note(s) on the keyboard to hear the effect of the Motion you created. Assigning the Ribbon Controller The ribbon controller allows you to control the movements of multiple sliders and/or knobs with a single control. Use the following procedure to assign the slider/knob functions to the ribbon controller: 1) Select the desired Performance. 2) Press RIBBON ASSIGN. 3) Press WRITE. Ribbon Assign (Not Assigned) will be displayed. 4) Adjust sliders and/or knobs as desired (try CUTOFF FREQ and RESONANCE). 5) Press RIBBON ASSIGN. 6) While playing the keyboard, press the center of the ribbon controller and slide your finger to the right. The sound will change as it it did previously when the sliders and knobs were adjusted.
ROM Play Press LEVEL and PAN. Use PARAMETER UP/DOWN to select the desired song. Press VALUE UP to start song playback. Press VALUE DOWN to stop playback. To exit ROM Play mode, press LEVEL and PAN.
Splitting the Keyboard 1) Select the sound for the upper range of the keyboard. 2) Press the SPLIT button. 3) Move the cursor to the bottom of the display using the PARAMETER DOWN button. 4) Use Bank and Number to select a sound for the lower range of the keyboard. 5) To set the Split Point: Hold SPLIT, use the Value Slider to set the split point.
Auditioning Sounds The JV-35's 16 Preset Banks are stenciled on the upper right corner for easy location of the Tones. 1) Press Bank 1, Number 1: Piano 1 2) Press Bank 4, Number 1: Nylon Str-Gtr 3) Press Bank 3, Number 1: Organ1 4) Press Bank 5, Number 7: Synth Bass 1 5) Press Bank 12, Number 2: Warm Pad Some Tones will have Variations as well. Press VARIATION to hear them.
Layering Sounds 1) Select a sound, then press DUAL. 2) Move the cursor to the bottom of the display by using the PARAMETER DOWN button. 3) Use Bank and Number to select a second sound. 4) Use LEVEL to balance the volume of each sound.
Customizing Tones 1) Select a Tone. 2) Press Envelope, then move the corresponding slider to alter the Attack, Decay or Release time. 3) Press Filter, then edit the Cutoff and Resonance. 4) Press Vibrato, then ease the Depth slider up to add vibrato. 5) To store an edited Tone, hold WRITE, toggle VARIATION to specify the User Tone Map 1 or 2, then press the flashing number button.
Performances The JV-35 has 8 Performances which store the entire16-Part multitimbral setup, plus Key Modes such as Split and Layer. 1) To recall a Performance, hold PERFORMANCE and press a Number button, 1 thru 8. 2) To store a Performance, hold WRITE and PERFORMANCE, and press a Number button, 1 thru 8.
Selecting Drum Sets Two of the JV-35's 16 Parts can contain Drum Kits. Part 10 defaults as Drum 1. Any other Part can be assigned Drum 2 by pressing the DRUM 2 button. 1) Press DRUM 2 to make the selected Part Drum 2, or press PART <> to move to Part 10. 2) Press Number 1: Standard 3) Press Number 3: Power 4) Press Number 7: Brush 5) Press Number 8: Orchestra 6) Press Variation: SFX
Using an External Sequencer When initialized, each Part 1-16 transmits and receives on its respective MIDI channel. 1) Use PART <> to select a Part. 2) Use Bank and Number to select a sound. 3) Record your track. 4) Use PART <> to select a new Part. 5) Repeat steps 2-4.
Using a Voice Expander When installed, the VE-JV1 or VE-GS1 can increase polyphony for sequencing or layering sounds. The VE-JV1 will also add 512 new sounds. To use a Voice Expander sound, press EXPANSION then Bank and Number.
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ROLAND JV-50 TURBO FACTS
The JV-50 is a 16-Part multitimbral, 28-voice polyphonic, GS/GM compatible synthesizer, with 226 Tones and 9 Drum Sets and a Direct from Disk SMF Player. An additional 256 User Tones and 9 User Drum Sets can be customized and stored by the user. It can be expanded to 56-voice polyphony by installing the VE-JV1 or the VE-GS1 Voice Expansion Boards.
1) Press UTILITY. 2) Rotate the DATA dial to Factory Preset. 3) Press ENTER twice. Playing the ROM demos
There are 3 ROM demos in the JV-880. To access them: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Press UTILITY. Rotate the DATA dial to ROM Play. CURSOR to the bottom line of the display. Rotate the DATA dial to select the desired song. Press UTILITY to exit. Selecting Patches
1) Press PATCH/PERFORMANCE so that it is lit. 2) Use the DATA dial to select the desired patch. Press the DATA dial while turning it to select Banks A, B, or I. Sequencing with Performances
1) Press PATCH/PERFORMANCE so that it is unlit. 2) Rotate the DATA dial to select Performance A-16 PopOrchestra. Press the dial to change Banks A, B, or I. 3) Transmit MIDI channel 1 from your keyboard. Part 1, Warm Vibe, will sound. 4) Cursor right once to display Warm Vibe. 5) Rotate the dial to select a different Patch for Part 1. 6) Cursor right to Part 2, Pick Bass. 7) Transmit MIDI channel 2 from your keyboard to play Pick Bass. 8) Cursor right to Parts 3-8 and select Patches for each Part, and a Rhythm Kit for Part 8. Note: Part 8 is reserved for Rhythm Kits and defaults to receive on MIDI channel 10.
The JV-880 lets you load patches in groups, either from PCM cards or Expansion Boards. To access this function: 1) Press UTILITY. 2) Turn DATA dial until Load patch group appears in display. 3) Position the cursor in the bottom left corner of the screen. 4) Select either PCM or EXP. 5) Press the right cursor button once. 6) Select the bank that you want to load into memory. 7) Press ENTER. 8) Press UTILITY to exit back to normal operation. Using Multiple Outputs
The JV-880 can operate in either 2 or 4 Output Modes. When the 4 output mode is used, all internal effects are disabled at all outputs. To select the Output Mode: 1) Press SYSTEM. 2) Turn the DATA dial until the display reads Output Mode. 3) Cursor right and select either 2 or 4 Output mode.
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ROLAND JV-1000 TURBO FACTS The JV-1000 is a 76 key Music Workstation featuring 320 Patches, 80 Performances, 5 Rhythm Sets and an extensive sequencer supporting Roland S-MRC and Standard MIDI File format. It can be expanded using any of the SR-JV80-Series Wave Expansion Boards and/or the VE-Series Voice Expanders, as well as all SO-PCM-Series Sound Cards and PNJV80-Series Parameter Cards. The on-board sequencer provides powerful recording and editing features, with a total memory capacity of 40,000 events. Each of the eight Tracks can utilize all 16 MIDI channels. 1) 2) 3) 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) Initialize Hold CAPS while powering on. Press ENTER. Press WRITE. Playing the Demonstration Songs Insert Demonstration Disk into disk drive. Press DISK MODE. Press ENTER two times. Use the ALPHA-DIAL to select a song title. Press ENTER. Press LOAD. Press DISK MODE when loading is complete. Press PLAY. Playing Patches cont. 4) After selecting your Group, use the eight BANK and NUMBER buttons to select Patches within that Group. Sequencing The sequencer can record data into any of the eight phrase Tracks on any MIDI channel. Tracks can be merged together and each Track can contain data on all 16 MIDI channels. There are eight song locations in internal memory and up to 108 songs can be stored on a single disk. 1) Select the Performance Preset A16 PopOrchestra. 2) Cursor right and left to listen to the Patches in this Performance. 3) Cursor right to the Rhythm Part. 4) Press REC and PAUSE on the Sequencer. Track 1 will begin to flash, and it will begin to record when you play the keyboard. 5) Play your drum part, then press STOP and RESET. 6) To listen to your Track, press PLAY. To record additional Tracks: 1) Cursor to you next instrument. 2) Press REC, PAUSE and TRACK 2. 3) Repeat steps 1 and 2, selecting a new Track each time. To select new Patches: 1) Press WAVE/PATCH in the EDIT PALETTE. 2) Use the Group, Bank and Number buttons, or Sliders, to select Patches for each Part. Compu-Mixing Compu-Mixing turns the JV-1000s sliders into an automated MIDI mixer, controlling the volume and pan information of your sequence Tracks. 1) Record a sequence, as shown above. 2) Press LEVEL in the EDIT PALETTE. 3) Press REC and select an empty Track for recording. 4) Press PLAY to start recording, and move the sliders to mix the volume levels. 5) Press STOP and RESET. 6) Press PLAY and the sequencer will playback your volume changes. 7) You can do the same with TX PAN, to move the sounds throughout the stereo field.
Note: This function will also work in Performance Mode from the Part display.
Using the Graphic Display The JV-2080 features a comprehensive display that is very useful for editing filters, envelopes, LFOs, etc. Use the following procedure to view the graphic display of the TVF page: 1) Press PATCH and use the VALUE DIAL to select the PATCH you wish to edit. 2) Press F3 (TVF). 3) Use the CURSOR buttons to select Filter Type. 4) Use the VALUE DIAL to change the filter type. Notice the graphic reflects the filter that you have chosen. 5) Use the CURSOR buttons to select Cutoff Frequency. 6) Use the VALUE DIAL to change the cutoff frequency. Notice the graphic reflects the changes that are made. 7) Press EXIT to return to the previous display. Sequencing The JV-2080 is a 16-part multitimbral instrument. There are 64 Preset Performances and 32 User Performances. To select a Performance for sequencing: 1) Press PERFORMANCE. 2) Press PRESET followed by A to select the Preset A Bank. 3) Use the VALUE DIAL to select PR-A:01 Seq:Template. Use the following procedure to choose sounds, adjust levels, panning or other Part parameters: 1) Press F3 (Part) followed by F6 (Palette). 2) Use the left and right CURSOR buttons to select the desired Part. 3) Push the VALUE DIAL to access the Sound List display and turn the dial to select a Patch. Press EXIT to return to the Part display. 4) Use the CURSOR buttons to select additional Part parameters (Level, Pan, Coarse Tune, Fine Tune, and Voice Reserve) and use the VALUE DIAL to adjust these parameters as desired.
Selecting Patches The JV-2080 contains 640 Preset and 128 User Patches. The JV-2080 can be expanded up to 2900 Patches with up to eight optional SR-JV80 Series Expansion Boards. 1) Press PATCH. 2) Use the USER, CARD, PRESET and EXP buttons to select the desired group of patches. 3) Use the A-H buttons to determine the desired Bank of Patches. 4) Use the VALUE DIAL to choose Patches.
Note: Pushing the VALUE DIAL displays a list of 10 Patches at once. You can use the FUNCTION buttons to scroll through Patches 10 at a time. Using Phrase Preview The JV-2080 allows you to audition sounds from the front panel using musical phrases associated with that sound. 1) Select the Patch you would like to hear. 2) Push the VOLUME knob.
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1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 1) 2) 3) 4) Creating an Individual Event Press MICROSCOPE. Press a TRACK button to select a track. Select the measure-beat-clock position where the event will go (ex. 1-1-000), then ENTER. Press EDIT, #3, then ENTER. Dial the event type (ex. NOTE), then ENTER. Select the value for each section, then ENTER. Editing an Individual Event Follow the above steps 1-2. Hold SHIFT and dial to an event. Press EDIT, then ENTER. Select the value for each section, then ENTER.
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1) 2) 3). 1) 2) The Defretter (EDIT Mode) Press EDIT, use the PARAMETER left/right to select DEFRETTER. VALUE up/down to select TYPE [dF]. PARAMETER up/down to select ATTACK, SENS, DEPTH & LEVEL - set them to your liking The Synth Bass (EDIT Mode) PARAMETER to 4: SYNTH BASS. Turn on with pedal 4. PARAMETER to WAVE and try the different waveforms. (There are eight Synth Bass waveforms. The ninth selection is Touch Wah.) PARAMETER to select LEVEL and Direct LEVEL and VALUE to set a balance between the normal and synth bass sounds. There are eight parameters for programming SYNTH BASS. PARAMETER up/down and left/right buttons to select them, and VALUE to set them to your liking. Press pedal 4 to turn the SYNTH BASS off.
BOSS ME-8B TURBO FACTS The ME-8B is a tough floor type multiple effects unit offering the extra expressiveness bassists need. Maintaining the operational ease of the ME series, the ME-8B is powerful enough to accommodate the sonic requirements of any bass player, easily and affordably. 1) 2) 3) 4) Initializing the ME-8B Turn power off. Press/hold CURSOR DOWN & LEFT buttons. Turn power on. Press WRITE.
Calling Up Patches The ME-8B has 64 patches; four groups each with four banks of four patches. Group 1 & 2 are user, 3 & 4 are presets. Here is how you call up the patches: 1) Press the GROUP button. 2) Pressing a numbered pedal selects the GROUP. 3) Press the BANK foot switch. 4) Pressing a numbered pedals selects the BANK. 5) Pressing a numbered pedals selects the patch. 1) 2) 3) 4) The Tuner Press the TUNER button or an FS-5U connected to the TUNER REMOTE input. Play a note, the letter will appear in the display. Tune value will show up on the LED's. Activating the tuner also mutes the sound.
Manual Mode Like having BOSS pedals on the floor. There is one additional memory for manual mode. 1) Press the MANUAL button or an FS-5U connected to the MANUAL REMOTE input. 2) Effects can be turned on/off with the pedals. Patch Editing Parameters are a matrix directly below effect type. Four PARAMETER buttons select the parameters. The LED on the right shows where you are. VALUE up and down buttons change the value of the parameter and foot pedals turn effects on/off. 1) Select patch 1-1-1. Press the EDIT button. 2) Use the foot switches to turn effects on or off. 3) PARAMETER to select the MASTER effects. 4) Use the VALUE buttons to modify the Level. Writing A Patch Into Memory There are 64 patch location (plus one manual mode patch). The first 32 are user programmable. 1) Make desired modification, then press WRITE. 2) You can write this patch into any user location. 3) Press WRITE again and the patch will be saved.
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Setting a Note Number The TD-7T is equipped with 9 stereo Trigger Input jacks. Using the supplied stereo cables, each PD-7 can output both a drum head and a rim shot trigger signal. Both of these trigger signals can be assigned a separate MIDI note number. 1) Select a patch using the DATA dial. 2) From the Patch Page, press EDIT. 3) Cursor to PATCH using the < and > buttons and press ENTER. 4) Cursor to TRIG and press ENTER. 5) Select a trigger number by playing the corresponding pad or rim or by cursoring to <T1> and rotating the DATA dial. 6) Push the CURSOR RIGHT button (>) twice and select NOTE # using the DATA dial. 7) Push the CURSOR RIGHT button (>) and select a note number using the DATA dial. Effects The TD-7T offers two separate digital effect processors which can be edited. To select and edit the two effects processors: 1) Select the desired patch using the DATA dial. 2) From the Patch Page, push EDIT. 3) Cursor to PATCH using the < and > buttons and press ENTER. 4) Cursor to FX and press ENTER. 5) Cursor to EFFECT and select EFFECT 1 or EFFECT 2 using the DATA dial. 6) Push the CURSOR RIGHT button (>) and select the desired effect using the DATA dial. To edit the effect youve chosen: 1) Push the CURSOR RIGHT button (>) and select the parameter to be edited using the DATA dial. 2) Push the CURSOR RIGHT button (>) once and change the parameter using the DATA dial. Triggering a Sequence From a Pad The TD-7T features a Phrase Sequencer that allows the user to trigger any of the 48 sequences from any of the pad/rims. To assign a sequence to a pad/rim: 1) Select the desired patch using the DATA dial. 2) From the Patch Page, press EDIT. 3) Cursor to PATCH using the < and > buttons and press ENTER. 4) Cursor to TRIG and press ENTER. 5) Strike the pad or rim you wish to assign a sequence to. Sequence Triggering From Pads (cont.) 6) Cursor to the parameter displayed at bottom left portion of the screen and select SEQPTN # with the DATA dial. 7) Push the CURSOR RIGHT button (>) once and select the desired sequence using the DATA dial. Sequencing Tip When using an external sequencer to record data performed on the TDE kit, refer to the following suggestions. To RECORD TD-7T data on a sequencer: 1) Attach a MIDI cable from the TD-7T MIDI OUT to the sequencer's MIDI IN. To PLAY the TD-7T from a sequencer: 1) Attach a MIDI cable from the sequencer's MIDI OUT to the TD-7's MIDI IN. 2) Push the SYSTEM button and select "IF" (interface) with the CURSOR RIGHT (>) button. 3) Press ENTER. 4) Using the DATA dial, change "Standard" to "MIDI - Sound." 5) Change this back to "Standard" for normal operation. Assigning Sounds to Individual Outputs The TD-7T offers two assignable independent outputs. To assign a sound to an individual output: 1) Press the SYS button. 2) Cursor to SET and press Enter. 3) To change Send 1 to Individual Output, Cursor to Effect 1, turn the Data Dial to Indiv 1. 4) Press Exit twice. Now, assign a sound to Individual Output 1. 1) 2) 3) 4) Press the EDIT button. Cursor to INST and press Enter. Hit the a Pad to select the assigned sound. Turn the Data Dial to find OUT LEVEL. Setting this parameter to 0 will remove the sound from the stereo outputs. 5) Turn the Data Dial to SEND 1 LEVEL. This will control the level for the sound now assigned to Individual Output 1. 6) Repeat this procedure using Indiv 2 and another instrument to assign Individual Output 2.
Installation It is important to save your Patches because this procedure will erase the User memory of the VG-8. 1) Turn the power off. 2) Insert the VG8S-1 card and turn the power on. 3) Press F1 to complete the expansion. Now use the following procedure to reinitialize the VG-8 to factory settings. 1) Turn off the VG-8. 2) While holding down F1, F3, and F5 turn on the VG-8. 3) Press F6. Selecting the New Patches An expanded VG-8 has an extra 64 preset Patches. Turn the VALUE dial to select the new Presets in banks C and d. Selecting Presets that use the New Algorithms Algorithm names are listed on the top row of the display screen. Presets C11 to C44 - HOLLOW algorithms Presets C51 to C64 - DUAL AMP algorithms Presets d51 to 53, 61,63,73 and 74 - VIO-GUITAR Selecting the New Bodies 1) Press PLAY and use the VALUE dial to select Patch C62 MOD BLUZ. 2) Press INST followed by F1 (under the pickup graphic). 3) Press F6 and use the VALUE dial to select the new guitar models.
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ROLAND VK-7 TURBO FACTS
The VK-7 is a totally new combo organ that utilizes Rolands new Virtual ToneWheel modeling technology to simulate the principles behind tonewheel sound generation used in classic organs. Here are just a few of the features that make the VK-7 a modern day equivalent of the Hammond B3: Full keyboard polyphony with 91 voices in constant, independent oscillation High speed sound generation, allowing the VK-7 to respond to the rigorous demands of classic organ playing styles 9 Harmonic bars for realtime manipulation of organ sounds Sophisticated rotary speaker and tube amp simulation based on Rolands COSM technology 39 orchestral voices built-in 11-pin Rotary Tone Cabinet connector for use with Leslie speaker cabinet Real wood finish and portable cabinet design 2 MIDI IN connectors allow for a dual manual configuration with pedals MIDI information, including harmonic bar messages, is sent and received in realtime Initializing Use the following procedure to restore the factory settings: 1) Press EDIT. 2) Press UTILITY . 3) Press the RIGHT CURSOR [>] button until E7: Factory Setup is displayed. 4) Press the [+] button. 5) Press EXIT to return to the previous display. Playing the Demos Use the following procedure the play the VK-7 demo songs: 1) Press EDIT. 2) Press DEMO . 3) Use the [<]/[>] buttons to select SinglePlay. Layering Orchestral Sounds with the Organ Part The VK-7 contains 39 orchestral sounds that can be used as solo instruments or layered with the organ sounds to provide more depth, attack, bass, etc. Use the following procedure to layer an orchestral sound with an organ sound: 1) Select the desired organ sound (as previously described). 2) Press MAIN (under ORCHESTRAL ASSIGN) so it is lit. 3) Press the desired ORCHESTRAL VOICES sound group button. 4) Use the VARIATION UP/DOWN buttons to select the desired instrument within that sound group. 5) Use the ORCHESTRAL LEVEL knob to adjust the volume as desired. Splitting the Keyboard Use the following procedure to assign a bass sound to the lower half of the keyboard and then set the split point: 1) Select the desired organ sound (as previously described). 2) Press SUB (under ORCHESTRAL ASSIGN) so it is lit. 3) Press SPLIT [SUB/MAIN]. 4) Press the ORCHESTRAL VOICES [BASS] button. 5) Use the VARIATION UP/DOWN buttons to select the desired bass sound. 6) Press the ORCHESTRAL VOICES [BASS] button again. 7) Press [ORGAN MUTE] to mute the organ sound. Use the following procedure to set the split point: 1) Press EDIT followed by USER COMMON . 2) Use the [<]/[>] buttons to access the Split Point display. 3) Use the [+]/[-] buttons to set the split point as desired. 4) Press EXIT to return to the previous display. Using a Dual Keyboard Configuration The VK-7 allows you to emulate a complete Hammond B3 setup by simply adding an additional MIDI keyboard and a MIDI foot controller (such as the Roland PK-5). Use the following procedure to connect a MIDI keyboard and foot controller to the VK-7 in a dual manual configuration(set the Sub keyboard to transmit on MIDI channel 3 and the foot controller to channel 2): 1) Connect the MIDI OUT on the additional MIDI keyboard (Sub keyboard) to the KEYBOARD IN on the VK-7. 2) Set the MIDI Select switch (on the rear panel) to the SUB KEYBOARD position. 3) Connect the MIDI OUT of the MIDI foot controller to the PEDAL IN on the VK-7. 4) Set the MIDI transmit channel on the Sub keyboard to 3 and the foot controller to 2. 5) Play the Sub keyboard to hear the Sub Part and play the foot controller to hear the Pedal Part on the VK-7 (make sure that the VK-7s audio outputs are connected). 6) Press MAIN (under HARMONIC BAR PART). 7) Play the VK-7s keyboard and adjust the Harmonic Bars as desired. The changes will be reflected in the sound of the Main Part. 8) Press SUB (under HARMONIC BAR PART). 9) Play the Sub keyboard and adjust the Harmonic Bars on the VK-7 as desired. The changes will be reflected in the sound of the Sub Part.
As an example we will record a four bar loop: 1) Press PERFORM and select PR-A:12 Pop Set 1. 2) Press SEQUENCER. 3) Press REC, then select LOOP=4, MODE=MIX, QNTZ=OFF, the tempo, and count-in (M=?). 4) Press TRK 10. 5) Press PLAY, wait for count-in, and record drums. 6) Repeat steps 4 - 6, using TRK/PART 2 for bass, and TRK/PART 1 for piano. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) RPS - Real-time Phrase Sequencing Create a loop recording, as shown above. Press F3: TRK EDIT, then F3: COPY. Cursor to <DEST.> and select PTN 001. Press F6: EXECUTE. Press SEQUENCER, F1: SETUP, then F4: RPS. Press a key to assign the Pattern to. Cursor to PATTERN and select 001. Press EXIT, RPS, then the chosen key. Splitting the Keyboard Select PERFORM PR-A:12, then press LOCAL. Cursor to KEY MODE and select LAYER.* Cursor to LOCAL SW. Press PART buttons 1 and 2 (BANK buttons). Press PERFORM, then F2: K.RANGE. Dial C4:G9 for the Part 1 Key Range, and C1:B3 for the Part 2 Key Range.
1) Hold SEQUENCER and press CHAIN PLAY. 2) Press F5: OK. Playing Demos or Sequences from Disk
1) Insert a disk that contains an XP-Series sequence or a Standard MIDI File (SMF). 2) Press SEQUENCER. 3) Press F6: LIST to view a list of songs on disk. 4) Dial a song and press PLAY. Selecting & Playing Patches
1) Press PATCH. 2) Press SOUND LIST. 3) Choose a Patch Bank by pressing F2: -GROUP, or F3: +GROUP. 4) Dial a Patch Number. 5) To enter GM Mode, hold SHIFT and press PERFORM (press PERFORM again to exit).
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