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User manual Roland, model XP-50

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Song edit The process of editing or modifying a recorded song is called Song Editing. The XP-50 provides two types of song editing; Track edit and Microscope edit. This chapter explains these two types of song editing, and also explains the Quantize function that can be used to modify the timing of notes in a song. Read this chapter as necessary. Chapter 6. Convenient sequencer functions This chapter explains various convenient functions related to recording or editing a song, such as the Locate function and the Loop function. Read this chapter as necessary. Chapter 7. Utility function This chapter explains the Utility functions; storing Patch/Performance/Rhythm Set data, transferring data to and from disk, and transferring data to and from an external MIDI device, etc. Read, this chapter as necessary. Chapter 8. The RPS function This chapter explains how to create an SEQ Set and how to playback using the RPS function. Read this chapter when you wish to use the RPS function. Chapter 9. Chain play The Chain Play function allows you to con.secutively playback a set of songs from disk in the order that you specify. This chapter explains how to specify the order of the songs and how to piay them back. Chapter 10. GIVI mode This chapter explains the procedures and parameters used when you use the XP-50 as a GM-compatible sound source. Read this chapter when you wish to playback commercially available GM score data. Chapter 11. Using external MIDI devices This chapter explains various ways in which external MIDI devices can be connected to the XP-50. Read this chapter as necessary. Chapter 12. Supplementary material This chapter contains a section on troubleshooting that you can refer to when the XP-50 does not function as you expect. There is also a list of error messages that you can refer to if an error message appears in the display. In addition, this chapter contains a list of parameters, a list of the factory settings, and an explanation of the XPoO’s MIDI implementation. Copyright © 1995 ROLAND CORPORATION AH rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form without the written permission of ROLAND CORPORATION. Chapter 1. An overview of the XP-50 How the XP-50 is organized...............................................................5 Basic organization...........................................................................5 Units of sound.................................................................................5 Number of simultaneous voices......................................................6 Memory and data storage....................................................................7 Temporary memory........................................................................7 Rewritable memory.........................................................................7 Non-rewritable memory..................................................................8 About the effects.................................................................................9 How the three effect units are connected........................................9 About die sequencer.........................................................................H Songs.............................................................................................II How tracks are organized..............................................................11 Chapter 2. Operational procedures Switching modes...............................................................................12 Basic operations................................................................................13 Function buttons............................................................................13 Cursor buttons...............................................................................14 Modifying a value.........................................................................14 Assigning a name..........................................................................16 The help function..........................................................................16 Operations while you play................................................................17 Playing in Patch mode..................................................................17 Playing in Performance mode.......................................................17 Playing in Rhythm Set mode........................................................18 Turning effects on/off...................................................................19 Transposing the keyboard in octave units (the Octave Shift function)............................................................19 Transposing the keyboard in semitone steps (the Transpose function)...............................................................19 Turning off “stuck” notes (the Panic function).............................19 Using the numeric keys to quickly select Patches/ Perf...


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