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Roland BK9 #6578
Salve,
vorrei sapere se è possibile memorizzare un tone (ad es. un tono di pianoforte con riverbero, sustain, effetti.... modificati per quello specifico file midi) prelevato da un canale midi disponibile nel sequencer a 16 tracce della tastiera. Selezionando nel sequencer i vari canali, si possono suonare i vari toni, compreso la batteria. Vorrei potere memorizzare come tone riutilizzabile uno di questi strumenti. Si può fare? In alternativa da dove prelevo i settaggi per riprodurre lo stesso suono? Grazie in anticipo.

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I would like to know if it is possible to memorize a tone (example a piano tone with reverb, sustain, effects .... modified for that specific midi file) taken from a midi channel available in the 16 track sequencer of the keyboard. By selecting the various channels in the sequencer, you can play the various tones, including the drums. I wish I could store one of these instruments as a reusable tone. It can be done? Alternatively, where do I get the settings to reproduce the same sound? Thanks in advance.
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Roland BK9 #6582
If you go to each Track’s Micro Edit, you will find the settings for effects, and any sound edits. You can write these down and then use them on the Keyboard Parts.

Where are you getting these sequences from? If they are made from a Style by you, you can load the original style, and open it in the Makeup Tools, where each sound will have the original Tone, MFX settings (if any), and editing offsets.

But no, there’s no direct way to copy a sound from a sequence track into a Keyboard Part, nor any way to store the Tone and its edits and MFX setting in anything other than a Performance. The Favorites feature only stores Tones with their ROM settings. You could write favorite sounds with editing into OTS slots in a style, but still no easy way to call these up live without messing with the style that is playing. If you are creative with the use of the Performance Hold and OTS Hold features to recall edited sounds, you can save a bit of time when creating a song’s Performance in the first place, but all in all, when Performing, no, there’s no real ‘User Tones’ feature.
1 month 4 weeks ago Last edit: 1 month 4 weeks ago by Diki.
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Roland BK9 #6585
Diki thank so much for your anwer. I still don't know this keyboard well! Thanks again ... have fun!
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