Dsp Editor

The Dsp Editor allows you to assign, visualize and edit effects for all the mixer’s strips and system buses. Additionally it allows you to edit, organize, store and recall presets for every effect; and offers a quick and effective way to copy effects and/or parameters from different dsps. To give you a clear picture...

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Acmp Voices

The Acmp (accompaniment) Voices panel allows you to visualize, change and edit the 8 voices of the style parts. Additionally you can set and manage the APG (Active Parts Group) bank for the current style (explained later). Click this button to select (bring in foreground) the Acmp Voices panel. If the button is already...

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Voice Editor

With the Voice Editor you can customize most of the voice related parameters allowed by the XG standard. You can tweak the voice to best suit your taste. The tweaks can be applied globally, or be local to a single style section or OTS. To tweak a voice “locally” you first have to customize...

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Harmony

The Harmony function allows you to add to any (and every, if desired) of the L/R voices other automatically generated notes, in addition to (and/or in place of) the ones actually played. The added notes, to sound less prominent or even subtle, can have an optionally lower volume. The automatically added notes can be...

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One Touch Settings (OTS)

The whole set of the 4 L/R voices, including their mixer strips’ customized setting (if any), is called an OTS. By switching OTSes you can instantly reconfigure your hand played L/R voices to suit the need of the moment (i.e.: intro, chorus, verse, …). Each style has 8 OTS slots (prefilled with suitable factory...

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Lead Voices

The lead voices are the voices you play yourself (as opposed to the Acmp voices, which are the voices that are played by the automatic accompaniment sequencer). The lead voices are divided into two categories: Left/Right voices (played on the first keyboard, the one used to input accompaniment chords). You have a total of...

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Mixer

The mixer emulates the hardware units everyone is well accustomed to. It consists of 16 channel strips (8 accompaniment parts, 4 lead voices, 4 aux voices) and 3 bus channels, hosting the global system effects (Variation, Chorus, Reverb). For space constraint reasons only 8 channel strips at a time are shown (8 accompaniment parts...

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Style display

At the top of the main screen, the style display shows the currently playing style, the one selected to play next (if any), and allows you to quickly store and recall a few most used styles. It is also the gateway to load and save registrations. The style currently loaded and playing. If you...

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Tempo and Fade

At the bottom right of the main screen there are a few widgets and buttons to keep under control and set the tempo and fade in out. You have also a full fledged time signature display and metronome that allow you to exactly know where you are, within the looping structure of a style...

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Sequencer control

The automatic style accompaniment engine (the sequencer) is driven by the chords you play. Chords are recognized when played on the left of the split point on the main keyboard (the one connected as “In 1”, see Midi ports setup). Lead voices are played on the right of the split point. A chord is...

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