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Suzuki instruction manual Page 60

Suzuki - instruction manual
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"...select the following options, the pedal can onlybe assigned to one. PEDAL ASSIGN The center pedal is the only assignable function pedal.The sustain pedal (the pedal on the right), can only control the SoundChannel Voice notes.The soft pedal (on the left), is also not assignable like the Sustain Pedal. Start/StopWhen selected the center pedal function now responds like the START/STOP button on the control panel.Step on the center pedal to start or stop a selected Rhythm or Accompa-niment feature.The center pedal default mode is Start/Stop. FillWhen selected the center pedal function now responds like the Fill InButtons on the control panel.When engaged the pedal triggers the Fill In of the currently selected Fill-In to the main pattern or the Fill In to Variation. Intro/EndingWhen engaged the center pedal function now responds like the Into/Ending button on the control panel.Therefore the pedal triggers an introduction or ending pattern. Lower HoldWhen selected pressing the pedal will prevent notes below the split pointfrom being..."
Suzuki gp 7 instruction manual Page 60

Suzuki - gp 7 instruction manual
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"...the following options, the pedal can onlybe assigned to one. PEDAL ASSIGN The center pedal is the only assignable function pedal.The sustain pedal (the pedal on the right), can only control the SoundChannel Voice notes.The soft pedal (on the left), is also not assignable like the Sustain Pedal. Start/Stop -When selected the center pedal function now responds like the START/STOP button on the control panel.Step on the center pedal to start or stop a selected Rhythm or Accompa-niment feature.The center pedal default mode is Start/Stop. Fill -When selected the center pedal function now responds like the Fill InButtons on the control panel.When engaged the pedal triggers the Fill In of the currently selected Fill-In to the main pattern or the Fill In to Variation. Intro/Ending -When engaged the center pedal function now responds like the Into/Ending button on the control panel.Therefore the pedal triggers an introduction or ending pattern. Lower Hold -When selected pressing the pedal will prevent notes below the..."
Suzuki st 7 manual Page 50

Suzuki - st 7 manual
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"...select the following options, the pedal can onlybe assigned to one. PEDAL ASSIGN The center pedal is the only assignable function pedal.The sustain pedal (the pedal on the right), can only control the SoundChannel Voice notes.The soft pedal (on the left), is also not assignable like the Sustain Pedal. Start/StopWhen selected the center pedal function now responds like the START/STOP button on the control panel.Step on the center pedal to start or stop a selected Rhythm or Accompa-niment feature.The center pedal default mode is Start/Stop. FillWhen selected the center pedal function now responds like the Fill InButtons on the control panel.When engaged the pedal triggers the Fill In of the currently selected Fill-In to the main pattern or the Fill In to Variation. Intro/EndingWhen engaged the center pedal function now responds like the Into/Ending button on the control panel.Therefore the pedal triggers an introduction or ending pattern. Lower HoldWhen selected pressing the pedal will prevent notes below the split pointfrom being..."



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