Technics SX-KN5000 Keyboard
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Pre-recorded performances are used to demonstrate the individual appeal of
the rhythms, sounds and other features.
MANUAL SEQUENCE PADS
Add various phrases to your performance with the pad buttons. RHYTHM
Various rhythm patterns are available for each rhythm group. Other rhythm
controls are START/STOP, SYNCHRO & BREAK, INTRO & ENDING 1 and 2,
COUNT INTRO and FILL
IN 1 and 2. The volume is adjusted with the DRUMS balance buttons below
Create original rhythm patterns, either in realtime or with the step record
method, or modify preset rhythms. Store up to 12 new rhythms in the
reserved memory locations and recall them as you play, just like the preset
MUSIC STYLE ARRANGER
A tap of a button during your performance changes the rhythm and sounds to
a simpler or flashier arrangement to match the feeling of the music.
@ AUTO PLAY CHORD
An automatic accompaniment appropriate for the selected rhythm is
produced when you play a chord. MEMORY allows you to continue the
accompaniment even after the chord keys are released. The volume for each
part of the AUTO PLAY CHORD ( DRUMS, Bass
, ACCOMP 1, 2, 3 ) is adjusted
with the respective balance buttons below the display.
O ONE TOUCH PLAY
Select a rhythm and press the ONE TOUCH PLAY button until the panel
settings change. The sounds and effects perfect for the selected rhythm are
automatically set in seconds. Or press the ONE TOUCH PLAY button briefly to
access the MUSIC STYLIST display. Choose one of the many music styles and
the appropriate sounds, effects and even rhythm are set instantly.
® FADE IN/OUT
Begin your song with a slowly increasing volume, or end it by having the
sound slowly fade away.
® DISPLAY (LCD screen)
Display performance information, function settings and other messages.
• Use the CONTRAST slider to adjust the display so that it is easy to read.
C is the standard setting, but you can raise or lower the key of the entire
instrument with these two buttons. The transposed key is shown on the
normal performance display.
Add various effects to the sounds.
These buttons allow you to assign a different sound to each part, and then
assign the desired part to the entire Keyboard
, assign a different part to each
section of the Keyboard
, or mix parts. When the Keyboard
is divided into
sections, change the dividing point with the SPLIT POINT button.
Chord notes played on the left section of the Keyboard
are added to melody
notes played on the right section. Choose from four harmonic styles.
© SOUND GROUP
Various sounds are available for each sound group.
With this feature you can separately play and record the parts for an entire
song. Then have the whole ensemble performance played back
automatically. This is a true 16-track sequencer, with full realtime recording,
step recording and editing features.
This button is used for making the various sound, volume and effect settings
for each part, as well as tuning and TECHNI-CHORD type etc., by reading the
The settable functions in this mode include initialization, foot switch function-
assignment, display preferences, etc.
© PANEL MEMORY
Set up the sounds and effects, and then store them in these 80 memories (10
BANKS x 8 memory locations) buttons for instant recall as you play. You can
expand the range of storable settings to include the rhythm selection, tempo
setting and more.
© PITCH BEND
This wheel is moved up or down with your hand to create a continuous
change in pitch. The wheel returns to the center position automatically when
it is released.
Add vibrato to the sound by turning the wheel upwards.
This Disk Drive allows you to store SEQUENCER performances and other data
on 3.5-in. 2DD/2HD memory disk.
23.28 Mbytes (24408070 Bytes)
01 januari 1997
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23 december 2018
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