Yamaha TG500 Portable Generator User Manual

PERFORMANCE EDIT MODE / 3: Full Edit. 3-1: Layer
3-1-04: NOTE SHIFT
3-1-04: NOTE SHIFT
The note shift parameters individually shift the pitch of each layer up or down in
semitone steps, making it possible to create harmony effects between layers.
The layer to be edited can be selected as described on page 50. The currently
selected layer is shown in square brackets on the upper display line.
NtShft (Note shift)
Range: -63 … +63
Use the [ ] and [ ] keys (or the standard layer selection procedure) to select
the layer to be edited, then use the [-1/NO] and [+1/YES] keys to adjust the
pitch of the voice assigned to that layer. A setting of “-12,” for example, shifts
the pitch of the selected layer down by one octave; a setting of “+4” shifts the
pitch up by a major third.
The Note Shift parameter can be used to transpose a voice to its most
useful range, or to create harmony (intervals) between different layers in a
performance combination.
The name of the currently selected voice is shown in the upper right corner
of the display (“--------” appears if the voice is turned off). An animated musi-
cal note appears to the right of voices that are on and active (i.e. not muted).
NtShft (layer A)
[PLAY MODE] -> PFM PLAY -> [EDIT/COMPARE] -> 3: Full Edit -> [ENTER] -> 3-1:Layer -> [ENTER]
-> [PAGE] -> 3-1-04 : Note Shift -> [ENTER]