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Chapter 7 Saving a Sound You Create..121
Registering Favorite Patches in the FAVORITE LIST... 121 Selecting Patches from the FAVORITE LIST... 121 Saving Edits to the XV-3080s Internal Memory... 122 Saving Patches (PATCH WRITE)... 122 Saving a Performance..... 122 Saving a Rhythm Set.... 122 Initializing a Sound..... 123 Protecting the Internal Memory (PROTECT)... 124 Restoring All Settings to Their Defaults.... 124 Transmitting Sound Settings.... 125 Data Transmission to a Memory Card... 125 Other Memory Card-Related Settings (CARD)... 126 Transmitting Data to an External MIDI Device (XFER)... 127
Chapter 8 Other Settings and Checking Status.130
Adjusting the Overall Tuning of the XV-3080... 130 Master Tune and Master Key Shift... 130 Scale Tune..... 130 Making MIDI-Related Settings.... 131 Setting the MIDI Channel.... 131 Making Global Settings.... 132 Specifying the Reception Status for Each Tone... 132 Connecting Two or More XV-3080s to Increase Polyphony.. 133 Selecting Common Controllers.... 133 Making Overall Settings.... 134 Adjusting the Display Brightness... 134 Setting the State of the XV-3080 When Its Power Is Turned On.. 134 Setting What Happens to Notes When a New Patch or Rhythm Set is Selected.. 134 Confirming the Current Conditions (INFO)... 134
Chapter 9 Examples of Applications Using the XV-3080.135
Controlling the XV-3080 in Realtime With an External MIDI Device.. 135 Changing the Multi-Effects Settings From an External MIDI Device.. 135 Modifying Tone Settings... 135 Applications for Patches.... 137 Syncing the LFO Cycle to System Tempo... 137 Modifying Multi-Effects to Match the Systems Tempo... 137 Making a Tones Delay Time Match the System Tempo.. 137 Using a Pedal Switch to Modify the Rotary Speed of the Rotary Effect.. 138 Playing Phrase Loops at a Systems Tempo... 138 Changing the Part Settings from an External MIDI Device... 138 Controlling the TMT with the LFO and Changing the Tones Cycle Time.. 140
Using the XV-3080 as a General MIDI Sound Module... 141 Entering GM Mode.... 141 Turning Effects On/Off.... 141 Modifying GM Mode Settings.... 142 Utility Functions in GM Mode... 145 MEMO..... 146

Troubleshooting....148

No sound..... 148 Cant select Patches..... 148 Cant select Performances.... 148 Cant select the Part for which to make settings... 148 Pitch is wrong..... 148 Effects do not apply..... 149 MIDI messages are not received correctly... 149 Memory Card cannot be used.... 149 Song data does not playback correctly... 149
Error Messages...150 Parameter List...151
Patch Parameters.... 151 Performance Parameters... 155 Rhythm Set Parameters.... 157 GM Mode Parameters..... 159 MFX Prameters.... 160 System Parameters..... 167
Waveform List...168 MIDI Implementation...173 MIDI Implementation Chart...195 Specifications...196 Index....197

IMPORTANT NOTES

In addition to the items listed under IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS and USING THE UNIT SAFELY on pages 2 and 3, please read and observe the following:
Power Supply Power Supply: Use of Batteries
Do not use this unit on the same power circuit with any device that will generate line noise (such as an electric motor or variable lighting system). Before connecting this unit to other devices, turn off the power to all units. This will help prevent malfunctions and/or damage to speakers or other devices.

Additional Precautions

Please be aware that the contents of memory can be irretrievably lost as a result of a malfunction, or the improper operation of the unit. To protect yourself against the risk of loosing important data, we recommend that you periodically save a backup copy of important data you have stored in the units memory a memory card. Unfortunately, it may be impossible to restore the contents of data that was stored in the units memory, a memory card, or another MIDI device (e.g., a sequencer) once it has been lost. Roland Corporation assumes no liability concerning such loss of data. Use a reasonable amount of care when using the units buttons, sliders, or other controls; and when using its jacks and connectors. Rough handling can lead to malfunctions. Never strike or apply strong pressure to the display. When connecting / disconnecting all cables, grasp the connector itselfnever pull on the cable. This way you will avoid causing shorts, or damage to the cables internal elements. A small amount of heat will radiate from the unit during normal operation. To avoid disturbing your neighbors, try to keep the units volume at reasonable levels. You may prefer to use headphones, so you do not need to be concerned about those around you (especially when it is late at night). When you need to transport the unit, package it in the box (including padding) that it came in, if possible. Otherwise, you will need to use equivalent packaging materials.

Time (Reverb/Delay Time)

When the Type setting is ROOM1HALL2, this adjusts the length of reverberation. When the Type setting is DELAY or PAN-DLY, this adjusts the delay time. Higher settings produce a more spacious ambience.
HF damp (Reverb/Delay HF Damp) *1
This specifies the frequency above which the high-frequency content of the reverb sound will be cut, or damped. Lower values cause a greater range of high frequencies to be cut, producing a softer reverb sound. If you do not want to damp the high frequencies, set this parameter to BYPASS.
When the Type setting is DELAY or PAN-DLY, this adjust the amount of delay feedback, controlling the number of delay repeats. Higher values result in more repeats. *1 200, 250, 315, 400, 500, 630, 800, 1000, 1250, 1600, 2000, 2500, 3150, 4000, 5000, 6300, 8000 Hz, BYPASS

HF Damp Frequency *3

This specifies the frequency above which the high-frequency content of the reverb sound will be reduced, or damped. Chapter 2

HF Damp Gain -360 dB

This adjusts the amount of damping applied to the frequency range selected with HF Damp. With a setting of 0, there will be no reduction of the reverbs high-frequency content. *1 160, 200, 250, 320, 400, 500, 640, 800, 1000, 1250, 1600, 2000, 2500, 3200, 4000, 5000, 6400, 8000, 10000, 12500 Hz, BYPASS *2 50, 64, 80, 100, 125, 160, 200, 250, 320, 400, 500, 640, 800, 1000, 1250, 1600, 2000, 2500, 3200, 4000 Hz *3 4000, 5000, 6400, 8000, 10000, 12500 Hz
For BRIGHT ROOM/BRIGHT HALL/ BRIGHT PLATE
Pre Delay (Pre Delay Time) 0.0100 ms
This specifies the time between when the original sound is heard and the moment at which the reverb is first heard.

Time (Reverb Time) 0127

This sets the reverb length.
PATCH REV OUT (Patch Reverb Output)
Output Assign (Reverb Output Assign) A/B/C
This setting allows you to specify the pair of OUTPUT jacks to which the stereo output of the Reverb is routed.

Size 18

This adjusts the size of the simulated room or hall. The size becomes bigger as the value increases.
High Cut (High Cut Frequency) *1
This sets the frequency above which the high-frequency content of the reverb will be reduced. If you do not want to reduce the brightness of the reverb, set this parameter to BYPASS.

CHORUS/DELAY FLANGER/DELAY CHORUS/FLANGER STEREO PHASER KEYSYNC FLANGER FORMANT FILTER RING MODULATOR MULTI TAP DELAY REVERSE DELAY SHUFFLE DELAY 3D DELAY 3VOICE PITCH SHIFTER LOFI COMPRESS LOFI NOISE SPEAKER SIMULATOR OVERDRIVE 2 DISTORTION 2 STEREO COMPRESSOR STEREO LIMITER GATE SLICER ISOLATOR 3D CHORUS 3D FLANGER TREMOLO AUTO PAN
(p. 57) (p. 57) (p. 57) (p. 57) (p. 58) (p. 59) (p. 60) (p. 60) (p. 61) (p. 62) (p. 62) (p. 63) (p. 64) (p. 64) (p. 65) (p. 65) (p. 66) (p. 66) (p. 66) (p. 67) (p. 67) (p. 68) (p. 68) (p. 69) (p. 70) (p. 70)
To have the types displayed according to category (as shown below), press [PATCH FINDER] in the MFX TYPE page.
s Modulation (Effects that modulate the sound)
4: 7: 41: 42: 43: 44: PHASER AUTO WAH STEREO PHASER KEYSYNC FLANGER FORMANT FILTER RING MODULATOR
s Delay (Effects that delay the sound)
7: 18: 19: 20: 21: 22: 23: 34: 45: 46: 47: 48: 49: STEREO DELAY MODULATION DELAY TRIPLE TAP DELAY QUADRUPLE TAP DELAY TIME CONTROL DELAY 2VOICE PITCH SHIFTER FBK PITCH SHIFTER ENHANCERDELAY MULTI TAP DELAY REVERSE DELAY SHUFFLE DELAY 3D DELAY PITCH SHIFTER
s Chorus (Effects that broaden the sound)
11: 12: 13: 14: 15: 16: 32: 33: 35: 36: 37: 38: 39: 40: 60: 61: HEXA-CHORUS TREMOLO CHORUS SPACE-D STEREO CHORUS STEREO FLANGER STEP FLANGER ENHANCERCHORUS ENHANCERFLANGER CHORUSDELAY FLANGERDELAY CHORUSFLANGER CHORUS/DELAY FLANGER/DELAY CHORUS/FLANGER 3D CHORUS 3D FLANGER Chapter 2
s Keyboard (Effects useful for the keyboard)

8: ROTARY

s LOFI (Effects that intentionally degrades the sound quality)
50: 51: LOFI COMPRESS LOFI NOISE
s Dimension (Effects that control the location of the sound)

62: 63: TREMOLO AUTO PAN

s Guitar and Bass (Effects useful for the Guitar and Bass)
2: 3: 26: 27: 28: 29: 30: 31: 52: 53: 54: OVERDRIVE DISTORTION OVERDRIVECHORUS OVERDRIVEFLANGER OVERDRIVEDELAY DISTORTIONCHORUS DISTORTIONFLANGER DISTORTIONDELAY SPEAKER SIMULATOR OVERDRIVE 2 DISTORTION 2
s Filter (Effects that modify the sound character)
1: 5: 6: 59: STEREO EQ SPECTRUM ENHANCER ISOLATOR
s Reverb (Effects that reverberate the sound)
24: 25: REVERB GATE REVERB
s Compressor (Effects in which the loudness becomes difficult to change)
9: 10: 55: 56: 57: 58: COMPRESSOR LIMITER STEREO COMPRESSOR STEREO LIMITER GATE SLICER
1: STEREO-EQ (Stereo Equalizer)

5. Turn the VALUE dial to select 100. 6. Press [EXIT] to return to the PATCH PLAY page.
The Chorus and Reverb send levels can be set to any value you wish other than 0. 6. Press [COMMON] to make its indicator light.
Performance Mode Settings

Signal(PART) Flow

fig.3-02
Output Assign (PART OUTPUT)
Output Assign (PART MFX OUT) M-FX
Output Assign (PART CHO OUT) CHO
REV Output Assign (PART REV OUT)
The parameters related to Part output settings are shown below.
This sets the Parts send level sent to the Reverb. Its final output destination is determined by the Reverb output setting.
PART 116 OUTPUT ([PERFORM][EFFECTS])
This sets the output destination and level for the selected Part as well as its send level to the Chorus and Reverb.
PERFORM MFX OUT ([PERFORM][EFFECTS])
This specifies the OUTPUT jacks to which the Multi-Effects units stereo output is routed.
MFX: The signal is sent into the Multi-Effects. Its final output destination is determined by the Multi-Effects output setting. OUTPUT AC: The Part is sent to the selected pair of OUTPUT AC jacks. INDIVIDUAL 16: The Part is sent to the selected INDIVIDUAL 16 jack. PATCH: The Parts output destination is determined by the settings of the Patch or Rhythm Set assigned to the Part.
This sets the Multi-Effects output level to the selected jacks.
This sets the amount of the Multi-Effect units output to be sent to the Chorus. Its final output destination is determined by the Chorus output setting.
This sets the Parts send level sent to the Chorus. Its final output destination is determined by the Chorus output setting.
This sets the amount of the Multi-Effect units output to be sent to the Reverb. Its final output destination is determined by the Reverb output setting.
PERFORM CHO OUT ([PERFORM][EFFECTS])
Selecting Different Output Destinations for Parts in a Performance
This example describes the procedure for outputting Part 1 from the A(MIX) OUTPUT jacks without sending it through any internal effects, sending Part 2 through the Multi-Effects and then outputting it from the B OUTPUT jack, and outputting Part 3 from the INDIVIDUAL 5 OUTPUT jack without sending it through any internal effects. First, set Part 1. 1. Select the Performance you wish to use. 2. Press [EFFECTS] so that its indicator lights.
PERFORM REV OUT ([PERFORM][EFFECTS])
This specifies the OUTPUT jacks to which the Reverb units stereo output is routed.

FXM (Frequency Cross Modulation)
FXM (Frequency Cross Modulation) uses a specified waveform to apply frequency modulation to the currently selected waveform, creating complex overtones. This can be useful when creating wilder sounds or sound effects.
Switch (Wave FXM switch)ON/OFF
This sets whether FXM will be used (ON) or not (OFF).

Color (Wave FXM color)14

Modifying a Waveform (WAVE)
This set of parameters allows you to select the PCM waveform that serves as the basis for the currently selected Tone, apply effects to the waveform, and control its pitch.
This specifies how FXM will perform its frequency modulation. Higher settings result in a grainier sound, while lower settings result in a more metallic sound.
Depth (Wave FXM depth)016
This specifies the depth of the modulation produced by FXM.

Group (Wave group type)

This selects the desired waveforms group. INT:Internal XP-AF:Wave Expansion Boards AF * It is not possible to select XP-AF unless a wave expansion board is inserted into the corresponding slot.

TONE DELAY

This produces a time delay between the moment a key is pressed (or released) and the moment the Tone actually begins to sound. Since you can adjust the timing of each Tone in a Patch, you can create effects in which pressing a single key produces two or more sounds occurring at different times. If you do not wish to use Tone Delay, set Mode to NORMAL and Delay Time to 0.

Number (Wave Number)

This selects the desired waveform by its number. You can choose a separate waveform for each of the XV-3080s left

Mode (Tone delay mode)

This sets the manner in which the Tone will sound. NORMAL: Time.

fig.4-18.e

* For more information on the types of notes, refer to the Parameter List. (p. 151)
The Tone will sound after the specified Delay

Modifying Pitch (PITCH)

These settings allow you to set the currently selected Tones pitch.
Delay Time press key release key
These parameters set the basic pitch of each Tone.
Coarse (Tone coarse tune)-48+48 This setting adjusts the pitch of the Tone in semitone steps over a range of +/-4 octaves.

Delay Time Tone does not sound release key
HOLD: The Tone will only sound if the key is held for longer than the specified Delay Time. If the key is released before the Delay Time has elapsed, the Tone will not sound.

fig.4-19.e

Delay Time press key
Fine (Tone fine tune)-50+50
This adjusts the pitch of the Tone in 1-cent steps (1/100th of a semitone) over a range of half a semitone up or down.

release key press key

KEY-OFF-NORMAL:The Tone will not sound while the key is being pressed, but will sound after the specified Delay Time when the key is released.

fig.4-20.e

Random (Tone Random pitch depth)01200
This specifies the width of random pitch deviation that will occur each time a key is pressed. If you do not want a random pitch change, set this parameter to 0. The setting is adjustable in units of 1 cent (1/100th of a semitone).
Keyfollow (Wave pitch keyfollow)-200+200
This sets the amount of pitch change that will occur per octave on the keyboard. If you want the pitch to change by one octave for each 12 keys on the keyboard as on normal keyboard instruments set this parameter to +100. For a two-octave pitch change over the span of 12 keys, set this parameter to +200. Negative (-) values cause the Tones pitch to go down as you go up the keyboard. If you want the same pitch to sound regardless of what key is pressed, set this parameter to 0.

fig.4-22.e

KEY-OFF-DECAY:The Tone will not sound while the key is being pressed, but will sound after the specified Delay Time when the key is released. However, for this setting unlike KEY-OFF-N the TVA envelope of the Tone will begin when the key is first pressed. As a result, in most cases, only the decay portion of the sound will be heard.

fig.4-21.e

+200 +150
+120 +100 +70 +50 +40 +30 +20 +100
If you have selected a Wave that is a decay-type sound (i.e., a sound that fades away naturally even if the key is not released), selecting KEY-OFF-NORMAL or KEY-OFFDECAY may result in no sound being heard.
Time (Tone delay time) 1127/note
This specifies the time after which the Tone will sound when using Tone Delay. When the Type parameter (STRUCT page) has a setting of 2 10, the outputs of Tones 1 (3) and 2 (4) will be combined with Tone 2 (4). Tone 1 (or 3) settings will be ignored.

fig.4-35.e

4. Use [ ]/[ press [ENTER]. 5. Press [ page. ]/[
] to select the PATCH NAME CPY
8. Press [EXIT] to return to the PATCH PLAY page. * To specify the currently selected Patch as the copy source, set Source to TEMP.
6. Turn the VALUE dial or press [INC] / [DEC] to select the desired source Patch. 7. Press [ENTER] to execute the Copy operation.
Compare Function You can use the Compare function during the Patch Tone Copy operation to play the source Patch. To do so, press [UNDO] to access the PATCH COMPARE page. A new source Patch can be selected from the PATCH COMPARE page as well however, it is not possible to select Patches from XP-AF. After selecting the desired Patch, return to the previous page by pressing [UNDO] or [EXIT].

fig.4-36.e

* The Compare function cannot be used with Patch Tone Copy if TEMP patch is selected as the copy-source Patch. * Please be aware that when the Compare function plays a Patch, it may sound somewhat different than when it is played normally.
Chapter 5 Creating a Performance

Creating Performances

In the XV-3080s Performance mode, you can play and control up to 16 instrument sounds at the same time, including Patches and/or Rhythm Sets. Such a set of sounds, as well as an effect setup, can be saved as a Performance. Each Performance is comprised of 16 Parts, each of which controls one of its sounds. Because the XV-3080 sound generator can play multiple sounds at the same time, its called a multitimbral sound generator.

fig.5-01.e

Selecting A Patches to the Parts (p. 104) setting the Parts MIDI reception channels (p. 106). After you have completed setting up your Performance, try playing a sequence from your computer or sequencer using the Performances sounds.
Choosing the Parts to Play
Turn on each Part you wish to use. 1. Select the Performance you wish to use.

Part 16 Part11

2. Press [RX] to make the indicator light. 3. Use PART SELECT [1/9][8/16] to switch each Part on so that its indicator lights or off so that its indicator goes dark. To turn Parts 916 on or off, press [1-8/9-16] to make the indicator light, and then press PART SELECT [1/9][8/16]. 4. Press [RX] to make its indicator turn off.

Patch/ Rhythm set

Part10

Part 9

Part 1
* This setting is linked with the Rx Sw setting (PART MIDI page). * If the [RX] indicator is lit when an active Part receives a MIDI message, the Parts indicator will blink.
Basic Ways to Use Performances
There are three basic ways to use Performances.
Playing Multiple Patches Together (Layer)
Refer to QUICK START (p. 23).
Playing Separate Patches in Different Areas of the Keyboard (Split)
Refer to QUICK START (p. 27).
Using the XV-3080 as a Multitimbral Sound Generator
In Performance mode, you can use the XV-3080 as a 16-part multitimbral sound generator. Lets try selecting some Parts and sounds, and then play the multiple Parts together as a Performance. The basic steps for doing this include: Choosing the Parts to Play (p. 102)

Establishing Settings for an Entire Performance (COMMON)
PERFORM NAME (Performance Name)
You can give a Performance a name of up to 12 characters in length. Use [ ]/[ ] to move the cursor, and then turn the [VALUE] knob or press [INC]/[DEC] to select the desired character.

Settings for Each Part

The parameters that can be set for each Part in the current Performance are assigned to the function select buttons as follows.

[COMMON]

Setting the Keyboard Range (p. 104)

[EFFECTS]

Effect Settings (p. 26)

[MIDI]

Establishing a Part's MIDI Settings (MIDI) (p. 106) Chapter 5
space, AZ, az, 09, ! # $ % & ( ) * + , -. / : ; < = > ? @ [ \ ] ^_? | Press [SHIFT] to display the following in the bottom right corner of the screen.

fig.5-02

[PART]
Selecting a Part's Patch or Rhythm Set (p. 104) Specifying the Volume/Pan/Number of Notes (p. 104) Editing Sounds' Attack and Release Time (p. 105) Changing the Pitch (p. 106) Changing the way in which a Part will sound (p. 106)
A a: Switches between uppercase and lowercase characters. INS: Inserts a space at the cursor location and shifts the remaining text to the right by one character position. DEL: Deletes the character at the cursor and shifts the remaining text one character position to the left. Press each of these buttons in order to execute its corresponding function (refer to the figure).

fig.5-03

[INFO]
Confirming MIDI Information for Each Part (p. 107) How to Set Performance Parameters: 1. Select the desired Performance. 2. Press the function select button for the type of parameter to be set. 3. Use [ ]/[ ] to select the page containing the parameter you wish to set. 4. Press PART SELECT [1/9][8/16] to select the Part you want to set up. To select a Part 916, press [1-8/9-16] so that its indicator lights, and press PART SELECT [1/9][8/16].

PERFORM MFX CH

MFX Control Channel 116/OFF
Sets the channel which will control Multi-effects assigned to the Performance.
5. Use [ ]/[ ] to move the cursor to the parameter you want to set. 6. Turn the VALUE dial or press [INC]/[DEC] to select the desired value. 7. Press [EXIT] to return to the PATCH PLAY page.
Setting the Keyboard Range ([COMMON]-[PART KEY RANG])
You can set each Parts keyboard range (Key Range), the area on the keyboard that will cause the Part to sound. Adjust Part Key Ranges when you wish to divide the keyboard into areas with a different Patch in each area this is called a split.

to each Part.

PART PATCH

Type (Part Type) PAT/RHY

This selects the Patch (PAT) or Rhythm Set (RHY) the Part will play.

Hld (Receive hold 1 switch)
This sets whether the Part will respond to received MIDI Hold 1 messages (ON) or not (OFF).
Bnd (Receive bender switch)
This sets whether the Part will respond to received MIDI Bender messages (ON) or not (OFF).
Mod (Receive modulation switch)
This sets whether the Part will respond to received MIDI Modulation messages (ON) or not (OFF).
Mod (Modulation Information) Breath (Breath Information) Foot (Foot Information) Vol (Volume Information) Pan (Pan Information) Exp (Expression Information) Hold (Hold 1 Information) Bend (Pitch Bend Information) Aftertouch (Aftertouch Information) Sys1(System Control 1 Information) Sys2(System Control 2 Information) Voices (Voice Information)
Caf (Receive channel aftertouch switch)
This sets whether the Part will respond to received MIDI Aftertouch messages (ON) or not (OFF).
Paf (Receive polyphonic aftertouch switch)
This sets whether the Part will respond to received MIDI Polyphonic Aftertouch messages (ON) or not (OFF).
CH VELO CRV (CH velocity curve)
Velocity Curve OFF/1/2/3/4
For each Part, you can select from among four velocity curves to find the one that best matches the touch of the MIDI keyboard connected to the XV-3080. Set this to OFF if you are using the MIDI keyboards own velocity curve.

Effect Settings

Refer to Adjusting Effect Settings in Performance mode (p. 26).
* To specify the currently selected Part as the copy source, set Source to TEMP.

Performance Name Copy

Saving Performances You Create
Refer to Saving Performances (p. 122).
You can copy the name from a Performance to the current Performance.

fig.5-05c

Copy source Performance (group, number, name)
Copying the Settings of Another Part (Performance Part Copy)
Part settings from any Performance can be copied to the currently selected Part. This can save you time when setting up Parts. 1. Make sure that a Part is selected. 2. Press [UTILITY] to make its indicator light. 3. Press [ ]/[ ] to select the UTIL 1 page. ] to make COPY blink, and then

sMaking Settings for Each Part (PART) PART PATCH

fig.9-03a

Modifying GM Mode Settings
GM mode also offers parameters that you can modify for each Part. You can modify settings like effects, pan and level to customize a GM score playback to your preference. * When GM mode is initialized (p. 145), all these settings will be lost. 1. Press [GM] to enter GM mode. 2. Press the FUNCTION SELECT buttons to choose the page group you want to set.

fig.9-03

You can select the Patch or Rhythm Set that will be assigned to each Part.
Selects the Patch (PAT) or Rhythm Set (RHY) the Part will play.
Specifies the number of the Patches (1256) or Rhythm Set (14) that is assigned to each Part.

fig.9-03b

] or [

] to choose the page.

Make volume, pan, and pitch settings for each Part.
4. If you have selected a parameter display that can be set independently for each Part, the number of the Part selected for editing will be shown in the display. To select a different Part, use [1-8/9-16] and [1/9][8/16] to select a Part. 5. Use [ ] or [ ] to move the cursor to the parameter you wish to modify. 6. Use the VALUE dial or [INC] / [DEC] to modify the value. * If youve made a mistake in setting the parameter value or you dont like the changes, just press [UNDO] to restore the value to what it was. 7. If you wish to move to another page group, use the desired Function Select button to choose a group. * You can also move to another display group by holding down [SHIFT] and using [ ] or [ ].

Volume 0127

Specifies the volume of each Part.

Pan RANDOM/L6363R

Specifies the stereo location of the sound of each Part. L63 is hard left, 0 is center, and 63R is hard right. If you modify the settings of the Volume parameter or Pan parameter, they will be reflected in the following INFO group displays.
Coarse (Coarse Tune) -48 +48
Adjusts the pitch of the Parts sound up or down in semitone steps over a range of +/-4 octaves.

Fine (Fine Tune) -50+50

Make fine adjustments in 1-cent steps to the pitch specified in Coarse Tune. One cent is 1/100th of a semitone.
8. Repeat steps 28 to complete a GM mode settings. 9. When you finish making settings, press [EXIT] to return to the GM PLAY page.

fig.9-03c

Mono/Poly (Part Mono/Poly) MONO/POLY
Specifies whether the Part will play polyphonically (POLY) or monophonically (MONO). The MONO setting is effective when playing a solo instrument Patch such as sax or flute.
Porta Sw:Time (Portamento Switch : Time)
Determines whether the Portamento effect will be applied (ON) or not (OFF). When portamento is used, this also specifies the time over which the pitch will change. Higher settings will cause the pitch change to the next note to take more time.

Have pitch bend messages received from an external device caused the pitch to stick?
The pitch will return to normal when the power is turned on. If a Performance or Rhythm Set is selected, the PART INFO page allows you to check the reception status of each type of messages. (p. 107)
Has the volume been lowered by volume/ expression messages received from an external device?
The volume will return to normal when the power is turned on once again. When a Performance or Rhythm Set is selected, the reception status for each type of message can be viewed in the PART INFO page. (p. 107)
Are the effect settings correct?
Check settings such as Effect On/Off (p. 21), and Effect Balance and Level (p. 2234).

Effects do not apply

Are [MFX], [CHORUS], and [REVERB] turned off?
Press the corresponding button to turn on the indicator. ( p. 21)
Memory Card cannot be used
Has the Memory Card (SmartMedia) been initialized?
An uninitialized Memory Card cannot be used. Perform the initialize operation. (p. 126)
Are the various effect settings correct?
If the send levels to each effect are at 0, effects will not apply. Check each setting. (p. 22, p. 26, p. 31) Even if the send level to each effect is above 0, effects will not apply if the MFX Output Level, Chorus Level, and Reverb Level are set to 0. Check each setting. (p. 22, p. 26, p. 31) If Output Assign is set to PATCH for each Part of the Performance, the sound will be output according to the Output Assign settings of the Patch (for each Tone) which is assigned to those Parts. This means that if the Output Assign of (each Tone in) the Patch is set to PATCH, the MFX sound will not be output. (p. 86)
Are you using a card which the XV3080 does not support?
It is not possible to read the contents of a card which is for the XV-3080. Also, it is not possible to write data to a Memory Card which was formatted on a device other than the XV-3080.
Song data does not playback correctly
Are you playing back from the middle of the song?
The beginning of a GM score song contains a GM System On message. In some cases, a GM Score cannot be played back correctly unless this message is received.

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Byte Explanation F0H Exclusive status 7FH ID number (universal realtime message) 7FH Device ID (Broadcast) 04H Sub ID#1 (Device Control messages) 01H Sub ID#2 (Master Volume) llH Master Volume lower byte mmH Master Volume upper byte F7H EOX (End Of Exclusive) * * The lower byte (llH) of Master Volume will be handled as 00H. The Master Level parameter (SYSTEM/COMMON) will change.
Device ID (Broadcast) Sub ID#1 (Device Control) Sub ID#2 (Global Parameter Control) Slot path length Parameter ID width Value width Slot path MSB Slot path LSB (Effect 0101: Reverb) Parameter to be controlled. Value for the parameter. pp=0 Reverb Type vv = 00H Small Room vv = 01H Medium Room vv = 02H Large Room vv = 03H Medium Hall vv = 04H Large Hall vv = 08H Plate pp=1 Reverb Time vv = 00H - 7FH 0 - 127 EOX (End Of Exclusive)

Chorus Parameters

Status F0H Data byte 7FH,7FH,04H,05H,01H,01H,01H,01H, 02H,ppH,vvH Status F7H

Master Fine Tuning

Status F0H Data byte 7FH,7FH,04H,03H,llH,mmH Status F7H
Byte Explanation F0H Exclusive status 7FH ID number (universal realtime message) 7FH Device ID (Broadcast) 04H Sub ID#1 (Device Control) 03H Sub ID#2 (Master Fine Tuning) llH Master Fine Tuning LSB mmH Master Fine Tuning MSB F7H EOX (End Of Exclusive) mm, ll : 00 00H - 40 00H - 7F 7FH (-100 - 0 - +99.9 [cents]) * The Master Tune parameter (SYSTEM/COMMON) will change.

Master Coarse Tuning

Status F0H Data byte 7FH,7FH,04H,04H,llH,mmH Status F7
Byte Explanation F0H Exclusive status 7FH ID number (universal realtime message) 7FH Device ID (Broadcast) 04H Sub ID#1 (Device Control) 04H Sub ID#2 (Master Coarse Tuning) llH Master Coarse Tuning LSB mmH Master Coarse Tuning MSB F7H EOX (End Of Exclusive) llH : ignored (processed as 00H) mmH : 28H - 40H - 58H (-24 - 0 - +24 [semitones]) * The Master Key Shift parameter (SYSTEM/COMMON) will change.
Byte Explanation F0H Exclusive status 7FH ID number (universal realtime message) 7FH Device ID (Broadcast) 04H Sub ID#1 (Device Control) 05H Sub ID#2 (Global Parameter Control) 01H Slot path length 01H Parameter width 01H Value width 01H Slot path MSB 02H Slot path LSB (Effect 0102: Chorus) ppH Parameter to be controlled. vvH Value for the parameter. pp=0 Chorus Type vv=0 Chorus1 vv=1 Chorus2 vv=2 Chorus3 vv=3 Chorus4 vv=4 FB Chorus vv=5 Flanger pp=1 Mod Rate vv= 00H - 7FH 0 - 127 pp=2 Mod Depth vv = 00H - 7FH 0 - 127 pp=3 Feedback vv = 00H - 7FH 0 - 127 pp=4 Send To Reverb vv = 00H - 7FH 0 - 127 F7H EOX (End Of Exclusive)

Channel Pressure

Status F0H Data byte Status 7FH,7FH,09H,01H,0nH,ppH,rrHF7H
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* Not received in Performance mode and Patch mode.

Reverb Parameters

Status F0H Data byte 7FH,7FH,04H,05H,01H,01H,01H,01H, 01H,ppH,vvH Status F7H

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The XV-3080 represents a quantum leap forward in synthesizer design. The result of years of Roland research, this amazing synth far surpasses other instruments in terms of sound, expressiveness, and expandability. Features include: Brand new 128-Voice Synth Engine 896 Internal Patches, 128 Performances, 20 Rhythm Sets 64MB of internal wave memory including newly sampled as well as classic JD-990 waveforms 63 onboard studio-quality effects derived from Roland SRV-330, V-Studios, RSS, and COSM instruments 6 Expansion slots, 2 for the new SRX series as well as 4 for use with the SR-JV80 series expansion boards GM2 Compatibility

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You can use the Patch Finder and Preview function to easily find and audition sounds in the XV-3080: 1. Press PATCH FINDER so it is lit. 2. Use the UP and DOWN CURSORs (/) to select a category, then use the VALUE DIAL to select a Patch within that category. 3. Press the VOLUME knob, a short musical selection will be played to demonstrate the selected patch. 4. Press PATCH FINDER so it is not lit to exit.

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The favorites list allows you to save commonly used patches (up to 64) for quick and easy access. Use the following procedure to place a patch in the favorites list: 1. Select a patch (see the previous section). 2. Press the VALUE DIAL to activate the favorites list. 3. Use the VALUE DIAL to select an empty location. 4. While holding SHIFT, press ENTER. The patch is now saved in the favorites list. 5. Press the VALUE DIAL to exit. Use the following procedure to recall a patch from the favorites list: 1. Press the VALUE DIAL to activate the favorites list. 2. Use the VALUE DIAL to select the desired patch, then press ENTER.

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Use the following procedure to initialize the XV-3080 and restore its factory settings: 1. Press UTILITY. 2. CURSOR DOWN () once, then CURSOR RIGHT () three times to select FACTORY RESET. 3. Press ENTER twice. If INT WRITE PROTECT=ON is displayed, press DEC, then press ENTER three times.

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There are 8 demonstration songs built into the XV-3080. Use the following procedure to play back a demo song: 1. While holding EXIT, press LEFT CURSOR (). 2. Use the VALUE DIAL to select a song, then press ENTER to begin playback. You can also select CHAIN PLAY to have all demo songs play back in sequence. 3. Press EXIT twice to return to play mode.

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Use the following procedure to audition the Rhythm Kits in the XV-3080: Press RHYTHM and use the VALUE DIAL to select a Rhythm Kit. Press the VOLUME knob to hear a demonstration beat using the selected kit.
Note: Use the Rhythm Mode when you want to check out or edit kits. When you wish to use a Rhythm Kit with other sounds (such as in sequencing), use Performance Mode.
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Use the following procedure to try out the different effects in the XV-3080: 1. Select the patch PRE-A #122: Rotary Gtr (see previous section). 2. Press the EFFECTS button located under the display, and use the UP and DOWN CURSORs (/) to select the PATCH MFX TYPE screen. 3. Press the VOLUME knob to preview the patch and use the VALUE DIAL to select the different effect types.

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When sequencing, it is usually desirable to be able to access the XV-3080 on several different MIDI channels. This allows you to control many sounds separately. Use the following procedure to set up the XV-3080 for this type of use: 1. Connect the MIDI out of your sequencer to the MIDI in of the XV-3080. 2. Press PERFORMANCE on the XV-3080, then use the VALUE DIAL to select PR-A: 01SEQ:TEMPLATE. This performance is set up for sequencing and allows you to use up to 16 parts (Patches) on 16 different MIDI channels. Selecting Sounds You can now select sounds from your sequencer using program change and bank select commands, or you can manually select the sounds from the XV-3080. In most cases, it is preferable to select the sounds from your sequencer as this will allow you to easily save these settings with your song. If you wish to select sounds directly from the XV-3080, use the following procedure: 1. While holding PERFORMANCE, press PATCH. You will notice Part=1 in the right hand side of the display. This means that the patch you are viewing is on MIDI channel 1. 2. Select a patch (as discussed previously). 3. Press the RIGHT CURSOR () to select Part=2. Select a patch for MIDI channel 2. 4. Repeat step 3 to select patches for all 16 MIDI channels.

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The XV-3080 works great as a performance synthesizer (when connected to a MIDI keyboard or other MIDI controller). You can use the XV-3080 in patch mode to play single sounds, or performance mode can be used to allow you to access more complex setups (up to 16-part layers and splits). Use the following procedure to audition some great performances from a MIDI keyboard: 1. On the XV-3080, press PERFORMANCE, then use the VALUE DIAL to select the User 01: Andreas Cave. 2. On the MIDI keyboard, set the MIDI transmit channel to 1.
Note: The XV-3080 defaults to MIDI channel 1 for all 64 User Performances, as well as when in patch mode.
Check out the following cool Performances: User 09: Slicing Svox User 24: Crystal VoxXV User 32: XV Sweep Pad User 38: Organ Split 1 User 54: Dyno Rhs+Bs User 58: XV StlGtr+Bs
Note: Normally, part 10 (MIDI channel 10) is set up as the rhythm part.

 

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