Yamaha TG500 Portable Generator User Manual

3-1-06: NOTE LIMIT-L / 3-1-07: NOTE LIMIT-H
PERFORMANCE EDIT MODE / 3: Full Edit. 3-1: Layer
3-1-06: NOTE LIMIT-L / 3-1-07: NOTE LIMIT-H
The low and high note limit parameters make it possible to create a range of split
keyboard effects using the performance layers. You could have two layers on either
side of a single split point, a four-way split keyboard, or any other possible combina-
NtLmt-L (layer A)
NtLmt-H (layer A)
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.
NtLmt-L (Low note limit)
Range: C-2 … G8
Individually sets the low note limit for each active layer (the lowest note
that each layer will produce).
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 set the low
note limit of the voice assigned to that layer.
The C-2 to G8 range of this parameter covers a full 10-1/2 octaves. “C3”
corresponds to “middle C” on a keyboard.
This parameter, in conjunction with the High Note Limit parameter de-
scribed below, allows the sound from a layer to be limited to a specific region
of the keyboard. If the Low Note Limit is set to C3 and the High Note Limit
for the same layer is set to C4, for example, the sound from that layer will
only be produced between C3 and C4 — the octave immediately above middle
C. This makes it simple to produce split voices.
[PLAY MODE] -> PFM PLAY -> [EDIT/COMPARE] -> 3: Full Edit -> [ENTER] -> 3-1:Layer -> [ENTER]
-> [PAGE] -> 3-1-06 : Note Limit-L -> [ENTER]
-> 3-1-07 : Note Limit-H -> [ENTER]