Create customised control panels
When you press the Edit button in the main view, the borders of the buttons become orange. You are now in edit mode and can change the button assignments. The button on the top left is reserved for the Exit action, the other 55 can be reassigned. Select one of the buttons and you will be presented with a tab view where you can select what to assign to the button: Function, Voice, Preset, Menu, Note or Chord.
The Function list contains all kind of things that you might want to change during a performance: style variations, volume, tempo etc. When you select a function, a description is displayed on the screen. Select OK if you want to assign this function to the button.
The Voice list contains the 128 single GM voices and a number of defined multivoices with harmonies and layers. You can edit these voices and define new ones in the view Voices.
Presets will assign the currently selected style, voice, tempo and volumes to this button. Do you want the bass a little louder, the drums a little less and the tempo somewhat slower? You can store all these setting in the pannel button and give it a label name.
You can assign a submenu with 56 more buttons to a button. The Autoreturn switch will define what happens after you made a selection in this menu. With Autoreturn On you will return to the menu where the submenu button was, otherwise you will stay in the submenu until you press the Exit button. Give the submenu a label name.
Assign a chord to the button by specifying three parts of the chord: the Chord Note, the chord type and the chord bassnote. In "C" there is only a note to specify, in "Cm" there is also a type and in Cm/D there is also a basssnote.
Select one of the 128 notes to a button if you intend to play melody on the touch screen. It may come in handy for auditioning voices.
You can cut and paste the contents of buttons. To copy cut it and then paste it both on the original and the new place.
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