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This function turns on the "RAT" function on the expansion cards. Any out-of-range MIDI messages are simply ignored. See the Synthesizers Reference Guide in the Manuals >>>>>>>> section for further information.
This function works with the system timer and the sequencer. A MIDI note event can be scheduled to run at any time, or when the next MIDI-compatible event is scheduled. This means the player can retroactively alter an existing event, or generate a new trigger event.
You can use this function to modify an existing preset. The procedure is straightforward; insert the preset you want to change, then choose the unit for which to change. (i.e. how many instruments need to be changed, and which instruments need to be changed).
This function is designed to work with the "beat matrix." The beat matrix is a graphical representation of the stereo field. It gives you control over the stereo balance and pan. Within a percussive instrument, the balance controls are for adjusting the level of instruments played at the sides of the stereo field, and the pan controls are for adjusting the level of two equal instruments played at opposite sides of the stereo field.
The lat/lon functions allow you to navigate or zoom into maps and satellite images, allowing you to more easily focus on the precise area of interest. The internal clock, UHD button, and user interface immediately launches the appropriate application. It allows you to easily display many types of measurements, including the lat/lon and elevation. d2c66b5586