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S90 XS/S70 XS Reference Manual - zZounds.com

S90 XS/S70 XS Reference Manual - zZounds.com

Arpeggio Related

Arpeggio Related Settings There are several methods for triggering and stopping the Arpeggio playback. In addition, you can set whether or not SFX sounds and special Accent Phrases are triggered along with the normal sequence data. This section covers the Arpeggio related parameters which can be set in the Voice, Performance, and Multi modes. Turning Arpeggio playback on/off The following operations are available. To play the Arpeggio only when the note is pressed: “Hold”=”off,” “Trigger Mode”=”gate” To continue the Arpeggio even if the note is released: “Hold”=”on,” “Trigger Mode”=”gate” To toggle the Arpeggio playback on/off whenever the “Trigger Mode”=”toggle” (The Hold parameter can be set note is pressed: to either “on” or “off.”) NOTE The Hold and Trigger Mode can be set in the Arp Edit display (page 36) of the Voice Edit, Arp Edit display (page 84) of the Performance Part Edit and Arp Edit display (page 104) of the Multi Part Edit. NOTE When receiving the MIDI sustain message (control #64) with “Arp Sw” set to “on,” you can obtain the same result by setting “Arp Hold” to “on.” Accent Phrase Accent Phrases are composed of sequence data included in some Arpeggio types, sounding only when you play notes at a velocity higher (stronger) than that specified in the Accent Velocity Threshold parameter. If it is hard to play at velocities necessary to trigger the Accent Phrase, set the Accent Velocity Threshold parameter to a lower value. NOTE The “Accnt Vel Th (Accent Velocity Threshold)” can be set in the Arp Edit display (page 36) of the Voice Edit, Arp Edit display (page 84) of the Performance Part Edit and Arp Edit display (page 104) of the Multi Part Edit. NOTE For information on Arpeggio types that use this function, refer to the Arpeggio Type List in the Data List (separate PDF documentation). Random SFX Some Arpeggio types feature a Random SFX function which will trigger special sounds (such as guitar fret noises) when the note is released. The following parameters affecting Random SFX are provided. For turning the Random SFX on/off: Random SFX For setting the volume of the SFX sound: SFX Vel Offset For determining whether or not the volume of the SFX sound is controlled by velocity: SFX Key on Ctrl NOTE The “Random SFX,” “SFX Vel Offset,” and “SFX Key on Ctrl” can be set in the Arp Edit display (page 36) of the Voice Edit, Arp Edit display (page 84) of the Performance Part Edit and Arp Edit display (page 104) of the Multi Part Edit. NOTE For information on Arpeggio types that use this function, refer to the Arpeggio Type List in the Data List (separate PDF documentation). Reference Manual Basic Structure Basic Structure Functional Blocks Tone Generator A/D Input Arpeggio Sequencer Audio Record/Play Controller Effect Internal Memory Reference Voice Performance Multi SEQ Play Master Remote File Audio Rec/Play Utility Appendix About MIDI Display Messages Troubleshooting 10

Arpeggio Playback Types The Arpeggio playback features three main playback types as described below. Arpeggios for Normal Voices Arpeggio types (belonging to the categories except for the DrPC and Cntr) created for use of Normal Voices have the following three playback types. Playback only of the played notes The Arpeggio is played back using only the played note and its octave notes. Playback of a programmed sequence according to the played notes These Arpeggio types have the several sequences each of which is suited for a certain chord type. Even if you press only one note, the Arpeggio is played back using the programmed sequence— meaning that notes other than the ones you play may be sounded. Pressing another note triggers the transposed sequence regarding the pressed note as a root note. Adding notes to those already held changes the sequence accordingly. An Arpeggio with such a playback type has “_ES” at the end of the type name. Playback of a programmed sequence according to the played chord These Arpeggio types created for use with Normal Voices are played back to match the chord type determined by detecting the notes you play on the keyboard. An Arpeggio with such a playback type has “_XS” at the end of the type name. NOTE When the Key Mode parameter is set to “sort” or “sort+direct,” the same sequence is played back no matter what order you play the notes. When the Key Mode parameter is set to “thru” or “thru+direct,” a different sequence is played back depending on the order you play the notes. NOTE Since these types are programmed for Normal Voices, using them with Drum Voices may not give musically appropriate results. Arpeggios for Drum/Percussion Voices—Category: DrPc, DrEnd These arpeggio types are programmed specifically for use with Drum Voices, giving you instant access to various rhythm patterns. Three different playback types are available. Playback of a drum pattern Pressing any note(s) will trigger the same rhythm pattern. Playback of a drum pattern, plus additional played notes (assigned drum instruments) Pressing any note will trigger the same rhythm pattern. Adding notes to the one already held produces additional sounds (assigned drum instruments) for the drum pattern. Playback only of the played notes (assigned drum instruments) Playing a note or notes will trigger a rhythm pattern using only the notes played (assigned drum instruments). Adding notes to the one already held produces additional sounds (assigned drum instruments) for the drum pattern. Keep in mind that even if you play the same notes, the triggered rhythm pattern differs depending on the order of the notes played. This gives you access to different rhythm patterns using the same instruments simply by changing the order in which you play the notes when the Key Mode parameter is set to “thru” or “thru+direct.” NOTE The three playback types above are not distinguished by category name or type name. You’ll have to actually play the types and hear the difference. NOTE Since these types are programmed for Drum Voices, using them with Normal Voices may not give musically appropriate results. Reference Manual Basic Structure Basic Structure Functional Blocks Tone Generator A/D Input Arpeggio Sequencer Audio Record/Play Controller Effect Internal Memory Reference Voice Performance Multi SEQ Play Master Remote File Audio Rec/Play Utility Appendix About MIDI Display Messages Troubleshooting 11

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