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30 3. The Performance Mode
5 Lower the Volume of the Strings Voice
Press the [PAGE] key, use the [-1/NO] and [+1/YES] keys to select the
“3-1-02:Volume” screen, then press [ENTER].
You can now use the [ ] and [ ] keys to move the cursor to the volume
parameters for each layer, and use the [-1/NO] and [+1/YES] keys to set the
volume levels as required. The volume range is from “0” to “127”, with “127”
being maximum volume.
For now, just lower the volume of the layer-C strings voice to “98”. Notice
that since layer D is turned “off”, no parameter appears for the layer-D voice.
Instead of pressing the [PAGE] key, then selecting the number
of the screen you want, and the pressing [ENTER], it is possible
to move directly between screens in the same function group
by using the [ ] and [ ] keys while holding the [PAGE] key. From
the “PFM Voice” screen, for example, you can go straight to the
“PFM Volume” screen by pressing [ ] while holding [PAGE].
6 Pan the Piano & Strings Voices
Press the [PAGE] key, use the [-1/NO] and [+1/YES] keys to select the “3-
1-03:Pan” screen, then press [ENTER] (or simply press [ ] while holding
Set the layer-B pan parameter to “-15” and the layer-C pan parameter to
“+15”. This pans the piano voice slightly to the left and the strings voice
slightly to the right for a broader, more spacious sound (the bass voice is left
in the center — “+0”).