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User manual Roland, model D-20

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. -„2..„Modes- - * *--------------------------------------------11 3. Partials and the maximum voices •• 14 OH Connections.............................15 Pjj Performance Mode......................16 1. Power - up ............................16 2. Patch Selection.......................17 3. Performance Controlling Functions 22 a. Bender Lever.......................22 b. Velocity.............................22 c. Hold.................................22 4. Rhythm Play.........................23 a. Track Play..........................23 b. Rhythm Mode......................25 5. Metronome............................28 6. Master Tuning........................31 7. Key Transpose .......................32 © ROM Play Mode .......................33 m Specifications...........................35 IMPORTANT NOTES POWER The appropriate power suppiy for this unit is shown on its name plete. Please make sure that the line voltage in your country meets the requirement. Do not use the same socket used for any noise genera tins device (such as a motor or variable lighting system) or large power consuming device. When connecting the power cable to the socket, be sure that the unit is turned off. When disconnecting the power plug from the socket, do not pull the cord but hold the plug to avoid damaging the cord. Handle the power cord gently. If the unit is not to be used for a long per led of time, unpluc the power cord from the socket. It is normal for this unit to become hot during operation. Before setting up this unit with other devices, turn this unit and all the other units off. This unit might not work properiy if turned on immediately after being turned off. If this happens, simply turn it off and turn it on again after waiting a few seconds. CLEANING Use a mild detergent for cleaning. Do not use solvents such ss thinner, LOCATION Do not place this unit in the following conditions : In extreme heat (where it may be affected by direct sunlight, near a heater, etc) In extreme humidity Where it may be affected by dust or vibration Operating this device near a neon, fluorescent ¡amp, TV or CRT display may cause noise interference, if so, change the angle or the position of the device. If you operate this unit near a TV or radio which is turned on, noise or picture trouble msy occur, If this happens, move the unit away from it. Do not place anything heavy on this unit or the power cord. Strong magnetic field such as a speaker may disturb proper function of the disk. Place this unit in a steady, horizontal place. If it is inclined upward at more than 20 detrees of downward at more than 20 degrees, the disk drive may not function properiy. 2 MEMORY BACK-UP This device features a memory back-up system that retains the data even when switched off. The battery that supports the back-up circuit should be replaced every five years. Call Roland for battery replacement. (The first replacement may be required before five years, depending on how much time had passed before you purchased the device.) To avoid accidental erasure or loss of data, please make a data memo or save the data onto a memory card. If it happens to be erased while the device is being repaired, there is no way to restore the data. When the battery is low, the Display defaults as shown below, and the data in memory may be lost. HOW TO HANDLE A FLOPPY DISK The built-in disk drive is a precise machine. Place the unit in a steady, horizontal place to avoid shock or vibration. Specially when the disk drive is. running, do not give shock or vibration to the unit. Floppy disks are delicate and can be ruined if not handled properly. Do not touch the shutter that covers the magnetic film. The magnetic film can be easily damaged even by slight amount of grease. Make a few copies of important data. Do not switch on or off the unit with a disk connected in the disk drive. Insert a disk secruely into the disk drive unit! it clicks. When removing the disk, push the Eject Button firmly. If the disk has stuck in the disk drive, simply push the Eject Button. Never remove the disk, or switch the unit off, while the disk is running (when the disk drive indicator is lit). The disk may be permanently damaged. And while the disk drive is running, do not give strong shock to thie unit, or data many be improperly read from the disk. Keep the disk away from extremely hot or cold temperatures, direct sunlight or dust. To prevent accidental loss of data, be sure to set the Protect Tab to the PROTECT position. Attach the label firmly to the disk. If it comes off in the disk drive, the disk will be stuck. Do not expose the disk to strong magnetick field such es speakers. Do not touch the Shutter * To prevent accidental loss of data, be sure to set the Protect Tab to the PROTECT position except when writing (recording) data. 4 ]PANEL DESCRIPTION ©Internal/Card Button ©Mode Button ———--- ©Sequencer Button......................... ©Rhyt...


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