Whilst in Style Play mode, press the "Mic" tab and you will see the preset - this is a drop down menu of all the Harmony presets...
How to record a VOICE pad using microphone..
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so you can make a recorded own pad [LiM]
o sample over your Mic-In your sound, which you want to use in your pad.
5. build a pcg
Then Rec. a PAD with your own pcg.
Press the ''song play'' button next to the ''style play'' button to go into song mode.
Press the top left panel on screen to find the location of your midi file.
Go to the Lyrics Tab on the bottom of the screen
Go to the side Tabs and press Score1 Tab
Press play on Player 1.
Hold shift and press one of the pads 1-4, it will take you to pad setting page, there you have pad volume, pan and fx send setting. Set fx send to 0.
Go to the song play > mark ply1 [ply2] page
start the song by pressing the ply1 [ply2] PLAY/STOP Button
[markers can also be added even while the player is not running]
when you reach the position you want to save as a Marker, press the Add button in the display
** if you press Add within the first few beats of the masure, the beginning of the measure is saved as a marker**
**if you press Add within the last beats of the measure, the beginning
of the following measure is saved as a marker**
Do the same for any following marker....
Stop the song by pressing the ply1 [ply2] PLAY/STOP Button
Firstly highlight the difference between Master and Insert effects.
The Insert effect breaks the signal between the input and the output of the track,
meaning that the sound is fully processed. Popular insert effects include compressor,
limiter, distortion, equalizer (EQ), chorus, flanger and rotary speaker simulators,
although almost any effect is a candidate. Usually insert effects are used for individual tracks treatment.
The Master effect mixes the full dry signal with a variable amount of wet signal and is mostly used to process
multiple tracks togheter. The most commonly used master effects are ambience algorithms like reverb and delay
The FX architecture of the Pa-Series is GM compliant and conceived so that you
have up to four Master effects, but you can use FX 2 (Sound mode) or FX B and D
(Style Play, Song Play and Sequencer modes) as Insert effects.
How to program them:
1. Press the MENU button, and select the Effects section.
2. Assign the Insert effect to the FX 2 (Sound mode) or FX B or D (all other modes) processor.
Assign its input a "Send" value of 127. Set the "Wet/Dry" parameter to Wet. Uncheck the
Send to Master option (Sound mode) or set the "Pan" to Off (Pa1X - Pa80) or uncheck
the "Dry" parameter in the "Volume/Pan" tab (all other models).
3. Set a value different than 0 for the "2 to 1", "B to A" or "D to C" parameter.
4. Set the "Send" value for FX 1, A or C a value of 0, to avoid the dry signal enters
the FX processor twice.
5. Write the Sound, STS or Performance to memory.
Select your preferred style.
Press the button to the left of CURRENT STYLE
Now you have the style opened in the EDIT mode.
Press the WRITE button
this opens the WRITE TO screen
Here you can rename the style and choose which user bank you want to save it to.
when you are happy with your choices, press the ENTER/YES key
this opens the ARE YOU SURE Screen - >Press ENTER/YES to save or EXIT/NO to cancel.
When the keyboard has finished saving the style it will exit the EDIT mode and you will have your new copy
How to customize a style bank
First of all, you'll unprotect the Factory data in memory.
- Go to Disk > Preferences, and uncheck the Factory Style and Pad Protect checkbox.
Then, you will make a backup of you memory data. Instead of using the Backup Resource procedure, you'll create a new SET folder, containing ordinary data to be later loaded one by one (and not a backup archive).
- Go to the Disk > Save page.
- Select the ALL folder, and press Open.
- Select the STYLE folder, then press Open to access the banks. Each bank corresponds to one of the buttons of the STYLE section. For example, BANK01.STY is the first button, when the upper row of names is selected.
- Select the first bank, then press Save To.
- In the new window that appears, choose a location into your hard disk, then press New SET, to create a SET folder where to save your data. Assign a name to the new folder (for example, MyBackup.set), then confirm.
- Press Save to save the selected bank, then confirm it being saved into the new SET folder (ex., MyBackup.set).
- Repeat the above for all the other banks.
At this point, you'll start loading data from the saved backup, to create you custom banks in memory.
- Go to the Disk > Load page.
- Select the backup folder (called, in the example above, MyBackup.set) and press Open.
- Select the STYLE folder, then press Open to access the banks.
- Select the bank containing one of the Styles you want to load into a Factory location, and press Open to see the Styles it contains.
- Select the desired Style, and press Load. A dialog box appears, asking you to select one of the available locations in memory. Select the target location, and press OK to load the Style.
Now you can rename your Styles.
- With the Styles still unprotected, select the first Style to be renamed, and press RECORD. Choose the Record/Edit Current Style option.
- Choose the Page menu > Write Style command, and edit the Style name.
- Save the Style into the original location, proposed as default option.
You can assign the Lower track to an unused audio output. Go to Global > Audio Outputs > Style/Kbd, and assign the Lower track to the Out 1 or Out 2 output (depending on which one is not connected to an external sound reproduction system).