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User manual Roland, model G-600

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Not all parameters can be protected from being modified by the Music Style or Song you are playing back. Seeing that the parameters are pretty self-explana-tory, we will not discuss them in great detail here. Save for the effect Source switches, they are all covered in the Player’s Guide. There are a few things to bear in mind, though: (1) Reverb, Chorus, and Delay refer to the respective send levels of the selected part They are no effect on/off switches but rather switches allowing you to specify whether or not the effect send level is to change in response to Arranger or Song data. (2) Since the Arranger parts cannot be processed by the Delay (at least not in a direct way), there is no Delay Send Source switch on the Arrng Source page. (3) The Type settings on the effects Source page refer to the Macros. (4) The Source switch settings can be saved to a Performance Memory. 152 6-600 5. Parameter mode As stated in the Player’s Guide, the parameter mode contains parameters that apply to different aspects of your G-600: (1) Global parameters Master Tune, Memory Protect, etc. (2) Arranger parameters Chord Family Assign, Part Range, etc. (3) Realtime parts Upper 2 Tune, Upperl & 2 Portamento, etc. (4) Controller parameters Expression Pedal assignment, etc. (5) Performance Memory parameters Resume, Performance name. (6) Source switches for some of these parameters Parameter\Glbal\1 page O Master page: [F2] (Param)-> [F1] (Glbal) [PAGE] AT (select page 1) B Memory Resume Cursor Charaotr \ lasasia I & ' f\LL iMiaai i i i 2 Tune 1* * 3Cntr1 n--- sExiw P 1 PERFORMANCE NAME Memory locked/unlocked (Glt>M jur-.imclcr) This parameter allows you to activate (lock) or deactivate (unlock) the Memory Protect function. At power on, the G-600 always turns on its Memory protection to avoid accidental erasure of data. Note that is next to impossible to accidentally overwrite a Performance Memory or MIDI Set because you have to keep the [WRITE] button depressed while specifying the memory number. Furthermore, you are give the opportunity to turn off Memory protection before writing data to one of the G-600’s memories. Note: This parameter does not protect the User Style memories. (Perform.iinc Memory parameter) » The Resume function allows you to specify which settings of the Performance Memory 00 are to be loaded. Performance Memory 00 FreePnl contains a number of default settings and, more importantly, Source switch settings that allow a Standard MIDI File or Music Style to change the affected parameters in accordance with the settings it contains. You do not need to load all settings of Performance Memory 00 if there are parameter values you do not wish to overwrite. Settings to be loaded Meaning Tone Only Tone selection of Performance Memo- ry 00 will be loaded. Mixer Only the Mixer settings of Performance Memory 00 will be loaded. Parameter Only the settings of the Parameter level will be loaded. All All settings of Performance Memory 00 will be loaded. Cursor Character (Performance Memory parameter) These two “parameters” are used to name or rename the currently selected Performance Memory. The available characters are: >3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 3 9 ! " # f V g ■ < > * + , - . HBCDEFGHIJ K L M N 0 P e R STUUWX ?z Z S ] ~ _ 3 b c d e f 9 h i j k 1 pi n o P H r 5. t- u w X v z 153 Reference Guide Owner's Manual Parameter\Global\2 page D Master page: [F2j (Param)-> [F1] (Glbal) [PAGE] AT (select page 2) Ifo Split UP2Split Roll Stl Change I PftRfiM I ■ QB I-É- m ■ * BBS ESS -M- * MDR SEQREC IMIMI 2 Tune 3Cntr1 1»--- SEXitr? Split (C3-C6) (Rcallimi1 pans. Arranger parameter) This parameter specifies the split point between the Right and Left sections of the Arranger and the Split Keyboard Mode. It can be set from C3 to C6. Default value is C4. UP2Split (C#3~C#6) {Keallime parts) This parameter specifies the split point between the Upperl and Upper2 sections. It only takes effect when the indicator of the [UPPER2 SPLIT] button lights. The Upper2 split point can be set anywhere between C#3 and C#6. Default value is G5. Roll (Resolution) (Manual Drums part) This parameter specifies the resolution of the Roll function. It can be set to: 1/16 Sixteenth 1/32 Thirty-second 1/16t Sixteenth triplet 1/32t Thirty-second triplet 1/16s Sixteenth swing 1 /32s Thirty-second swing The default value is 1/16. As stated in the Player’s Guide, selecting 1/32 or even shorter values may result in machine-gun type rolls at high tempo values. Always specify the resolution after setting the Style or Song playback tempo, or change it to a more usable value if your setting turns out to be too optimistic to produce natural rolls. Stl Change (Chord Sequencer parameter) This parameter allows you to specify what should be recorded by the Chord Sequencer (see page 65 in the Player’s Guide). Select On if you want the Chord Sequencer to record all settings relating to the Arrang...


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