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Panel Memory

LoursDesGaves

LoursDesGaves


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Bonsoir, j'ai un problème avec ma KN7000 :
au niveau de l'utilisation du panel Memory :
Lorsque je change de préréglages (1 à 8) d'une même chanson, certains me font une courte rupture de son et rythme.
Je n'ai pas encore réussi à savoir d'où celà provient... !
Ça le fait sur pas mal de chansons, pas au même numéro de PM...
Y a-t-il une explication pour éviter celà ?
Cordiales salutations.
LoursDesGaves

Posted on September 25, 2014 at 7:40 PM
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admin

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Re: Panel Memory

Bonsoir, je ne parle pas français mais vous pouvez essayer le TECHNICS KN7000 MANUEL D' INSTRUCTIONS FRANCAIS ici.

Page 65 - Mode du “PANEL MEMORY”

Bonne chance !

Posted on September 25, 2014 at 8:35 PM

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Re: Panel Memory

Hello, thank you for your reply.
I have the manual in French , hand I can not find answer to my problem , which I repeat here:
When using the panel memory , sound and rhythm are assigned some time, from a N° to another, always in the same place , but not the same from one song to another, and not N°. all ( 1 to 8 or 2 ) .
I have not been able to understand why it is not a hardware fault , but probably a fault handling ... but which one?
Do you know this? It's really the only flaw that bothers me in my music ...
Sincerely . LoursDesGaves
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Bonjour, merci pour votre réponse.
Je possède le manuel en français, main je ne trouve pas réponse à mon problème que je répète ici :
Lors de l'utilisation du Panel memory, le son et le rythme sont affectés certaines fois en passant d'un n° a l'autre, toujours au même endroit, mais pas le même d'une chanson à l'autre, et pas à tous les n° (1 ou 2 sur les 8).
Je n'ai pas réussi à comprendre pourquoi, ce n'est pas un défaut matériel, mais plutôt et probablement un défaut de manipulation... mais lequel ?
Connaissez-vous ce problème ?
C'est vraiment le seul défaut qui me gène dans mes musiques...
Cordiales salutations.
LoursDesGaves

Posted on September 26, 2014 at 3:03 AM

admin

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Re: Panel Memory

Hi again. I wish I could reply in French for you.

If the Panel Memory settings on Page 65 of the French manual are all correct I think the problem might be the Music Style Arranger.

Check Page 62 of the French manual. It explains how to change the Mode of the Music Style Arranger. If the Mode is set to Panel Memory then it will change your Panel Memory when you select a Rhythm. This only happens if you have the Music Style Arranger turned on. So if you play without the MSA sometimes your Panel Memories will be normal. Then, if you turn on the MSA, it will put new sounds in your Panel Memory. Always the same sounds for the same Rhythms.

If these do not help, let me know and I'll ask you a few questions to help me understand what is happening better. I don't understand every detail of your question.

NB there are 2 attachments below.

Best wishes,
Mike

Posted on September 26, 2014 at 9:25 PM

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Re: Panel Memory

We resolved this problem by email as posted below along with a follow-up question. If members can input to this please join in because I'm not 100% certain that my response is correct:

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Hello and thank you for caring about my problem.
EUREKA ! I found!
Origin of evil settings Expand Filter Mod different on some of the 8 buttons PMemory . When switching from one to the other is the change of EMFilter setting that causes the chaos of rhythm and sound.
The solution: Data Protection : Panel memory Exp.Mod filter: "ON"
And then more problems , the sound flowing normally.
Thank you again and good luck
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Bonjour et merci de vous soucier de mon problème.
EUREKA ! J'ai trouvé !
Origine du mal : réglages de l'Expand Mod Filter différent sur certains des 8 boutons du PMemory. Quand on passe de l'un à l'autre, c'est le changement de réglage de l'EMFilter qui provoque le chaos du rythme et du son.
La solution : Data protection : Panel memory Exp.Mod filter : "ON"
Et là, plus de problème, le son coule normalement.
Merci encore et bonne continuation.


Dear Mike ,
It is through your forum I could fix this fashion Expand Filter bothered me for years that I have my KN7000 I love above all . Thank you again.
Can I ask you another question: Composer.
On "Realtime recording" page of composing, there are listed under the heading "Key Chord in Modify - group and Type " settings
I feel some effects of records based on the selected settings , but not enough to understand how it works and be able to choose the right setting directly without trial and error.
Can point me to a link where I can find these explanations ( Technics nothing in the manual).
Maybe can you give me this explanation ?
Thank you in advance and best regards .
LoursDesGaves
PS: I apologize for my " very average English !".
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Cher Mike,
C'est grâce à votre forum que j'ai pu régler ce problème d'Expand mode Filter qui m'ennuyait depuis des années que je possède ma KN7000 que j'aime pardessus tout. Merci encore.
Puis-je vous poser une autre question : Composer.
Sur la page "Realtime recording" du composer, il y a des réglages regroupés sous le titre "Key in Chord Modify - group et type"
Je sens bien quelques effets des enregistrements en fonction des réglages choisis, mais pas suffisamment pour comprendre comment cela fonctionne et pouvoir choisir directement le bon réglage, sans tâtonnement.
Pouvez m'indiquer un lien où je trouverai ces explications (rien dans le manuel Technics).
Peut-être pouvez-vous me les donner ces explications ?
Merci d'avance et cordiales salutations.
LoursDesGaves
PS : Veuillez m'excuser pour mon "anglais très moyen" !.



Hi Daniel,

I'm so pleased that your problem is resolved.

About your second question: This is on Page 111 (in the English Manual), so it will be a similar page in the French manual.

It is to select the key and chord of your song. So that the keyboard understands how to play the small subtleties or nuances.

For example. Perhaps you want to record "Summertime" in Em. Set the key to E and the chord to minor.

Usually it is set to C major. But now if you record in E minor the keyboard will understand your preference. Perhaps later you will play in A minor. It will work. But it will sound best in E minor.

At least, this is how I understand it. We have members who are more expert than me.

By the way, your English is excellent. I am embarrassed that I can't respond in French! I try to use short phrases to answer, so that things are clear for you. I hope!

Best wishes,
Mike

Posted on October 1, 2014 at 10:52 PM