Yamaha TG500 Portable Generator User Manual

4-03: SEND
4-03: SEND
The parameters provided here determine to which of the TG500 effect stages the
output from the voice assigned to each layer is sent, and at what level. Individual
settings can be made for each drum key.
Key 2b
Key (Key number)
Range: C1 … C5
Selects the the drum key to be edited. In addition to using the [-1/NO] and
[+1YES] keys, the drum key can be selected by simply pressing the appropriate
key on a keyboard connected to the TG500 MIDI IN terminal.
Lvl (Send level)
Range: 0 … 127
This parameter adjusts the amount of direct voice signal that is sent to the
effect processors, determining the strength of the final effect sound. A setting
of “0” results in no effect, leaving only the “dry” sound of the voice.
The maximum setting of “127” produces the maximum amount of effect. Please
note that this parameter affects the individual output level.
1a, 1b, 2a, and 2b (Send switches)
Range: See text below.
Determines to which of the EFFECT 1 and EFFECT 2 effect stages the
output from the current layer is sent. The [-1/NO] and [+1/YES] keys can then
be used to turn the selected stage on or off.
If a “single” type effect is selected then only stage “a” can be selected.
If a “dual” or “cascade” type effect is selected, then both stages “a” and “b”
can be selected.
An effect stage that cannot be selected is represented by “---” on the display.
See the “EFFECTS” section beginning on page 251 for more details.
2a1a 1b
[PLAY/MODE] -> VCE PLAY -> [EDIT/COMPARE] -> 4: Effect -> [ENTER] -> [PAGE]
-> 4-03: Send ->[ENTER]