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Tanzbär Lite User Manual MFB-Tanzbär Lite User Manual Content: 4 Memory-Functions 34 Connections and initial operation 6 8 35 Setup- / MIDI-Functions Setup-Menu 35 MIDI-Dump-Functions 37 Play-Mode 11 Playing with Patterns 12 Manual-Mode 14 Addendum 38 MIDI-Implementation 38 Impressum 39 Function Overview The User Interface Sound Generation 18 Record-Mode The different Modes Step-Record-Mode Patterns with more than 16 Steps Realtime-Record-Mode Manual-Trigger-Mode / Manual-Trigger-Record 21 21 22 28 30 31 3 Overview MFB Tanzbär Lite OVERVIEW MFB Tanzbär Lite • • Thank you from us at MFB. First of all, we would like to thank you for having purchased Tanzbär Lite. We appreciate your choice very much and hope you will have lots of fun with your new instrument. What is Tanzbär Lite (”Dancing Mouse”)? Tanzbär Lite is a drum computer, featuring a combination of real analog sound generation as well as a very sophisticated pattern-based step sequencer. The latter provides individual sound settings of any instrument for every step. This way, you can create very complexsounding beats pretty easily. Why Tanzbär Lite? Well, first of all, it is small and cute (would you have thought...?). And then, in 1950s Germany, this is what a blonde girl with pony-tail and petticoat skirts was called, dancing along to the exciting and infectious new rhythms of rock‘n‘roll music. History lesson over. Infectious new rhythms...? Hang on a second... What exactly is going on inside Tanzbär Lite? Here is a brief overview of its functions: Sound generation: • Ten drum instruments with up to four tweakable and storable parameters (real analog instruments). • Level pots on all drum instruments plus master volume (not programmable in memory). • Individual outputs (for bassdrum, snare, clap, tom/conga and hihat). Overview Track mute function Shuffle function (global setting – same for all tracks) The following functions can be programmed for each track: • Track length (up to sixteen steps resp. up to 32 steps when A/B function is active) The following functions can be programmed for each step: • Step on/off • Accent level (four settings) • Flam (multi trigger = flam, rolls etc.) • Sound setting of current instrument • LFO settings for bassdrum, clap, tom/conga, cowbell and claves (modulation depth, wave, and speed) Operation Modes: Play Mode • Pattern selection • Access to sound parameters via front-panel knobs • Access to play functions (A/B pattern toggle, chain and mute functions) Manual Trigger Mode • Triggering instruments via step buttons and/or MIDI notes (with velocity). • Access to sound parameters via knobs or MIDI controller. Record Mode • Programming a pattern in one of the two modes available (Step Record or Manual Trigger Record) Synchronisation: • MIDI clock Sequencer: • 64 patterns (four banks of sixteen patterns each). • Eleven tracks triggering the drum instruments. • Five LFO tracks for programming pitch modulation (for bassdrum, clap, tom/conga, cowbell and claves). • Combination of step number (1 to 32) and scaling (five settings) allows for almost all kinds of time signatures. • A/B pattern toggle • Roll/Flam function (multiple triggering) • Chain function (chaining patterns - not programmable in memory). 4 Not bad, huh? Of course, it was not possible to place a dedicated control or button for each function on the front panel. Sometimes, a second function level and pressing some button combinations is required to access all functions. To make sure you and your Tanzbär Lite will become close friends really soon, we advise you to read this manual carefully. This will be the best and easiest way to explore your Tanzbär Lite thoroughly - and there is pretty much to be explored. So we beg you: please bother to read (and understand) this f...antastic manual. 5 Setup MFB Tanzbär Lite MFB Tanzbär Lite Power Please connect the 12VDC / 500mA wall-wart here. Power up/down your Tanzbär Lite using the ON/OFF switch – do not simply pull the wall-wart from the socket if you only want to turn off Tanzbär Lite. Please unplug the power supply from the wall outlet if you do not use your Tanzbär Lite for an extended period of time as the wall-wart is still drawing current and will eventually run hot in course of time. Don‘t waste energy by not using it.. MIDI sound source Setup Connections and initial Operation Rear panel connectors Please use only the power supply originally included wih your Tanzbär Lite or one with exactly the same specifications - please do not mess around with other external power supplies which do not (or only half-ways) match our specifications! We cannot be held liable for any damage caused by the use of improper power supplies – don‘t say we didn‘t warn you! MIDI In / MIDI Out Please connect MIDI devices here. Via MIDI In, Tanzbär Lite receives MIDI clock, MIDI notes, and controller data as well as program change data. When connecting a MIDI keyboard or MIDI drum pads here, sounds can be triggered live in realtime. Via MIDI Out, Tanzbär Lite transmits note data of all tracks, MIDI clock, and song position pointer data as well as program change data. Incoming MIDI information is put through to the MIDI Out socket (Thru function). MIDI notes MIDI sequencer MIDI clock MIDI keyboard MIDI notes, controller data, program change data Audio 12V DC Wall ward Audio Outs Tanzbär Lite features one main audio out using a 6.3mm (1/4“) stereo jack and five additional instrument outputs. The latter put out individual signals of bassdrum, snare, clap, tom/conga, and hihat (e. g. for external processing). These are 3.5mm (1/8“) mono jacks. Rimshot, cowbell, clave and cymbal are only available from the master out. When plugging a cable into an instrument output, this instrument will be disconnected from the main out. Audio mixer Please connect Tanzbär Lite‘ main output to an audio mixer, soundcard, or amp before powering up Tanzbär Lite.. To avoid a cracking or thumping noise, please power up your Tanzbär Lite first, then your sound system. Please avoid excessive volume levels – your eardrums and neighbors will be eternally thankful to you. 6 7 Power outlet User Interface MFB Tanzbär Lite The User Interface As mentioned already, most of Tanzbär Lite‘ buttons cover more than one single function. Depending on the selected mode, the function of the buttons will change. The main purpose of the function buttons (left-hand side) is selecting the operation mode (Play or Record), selecting patterns and banks as well as starting and stopping the sequencer and toggling between the A/B parts of a pattern. These are dual-function keys (except the Select key). The Step keys (lower row) are also dual- or even triple-function keys. Depending on the operation mode, they change their function. In Play mode, they mute tracks and control various playback functions (e.g. shuffle, pattern length, scale, and A/B toggle). In Record mode, they are used to program the step sequencer. Apart from that, there is an additional sound parameter hidden behind them which cannot be accessed directly via the sound controls. The Step keys are also required when it comes to storing, clearing, and copying patterns. The Shift key (bottom left) accesses the „shift function“ resp. second function of the other keys. On the front panel, the shift functions are always labelled in a darker font so make sure you put your glasses on (or turn on the flood lights). Depending on the dedicated function, the shift function works in two different ways: When a shift function only has two settings (e.g. on/off), or when all available values can directly be accessed in the next lower level, simply hit the shift key and keep it depressed. Now hit the desired step key to toggle between the two possible settings or enter the desired value. For example, the start/stop function and the selection of the four Accent levels works just this way. User Interface MFB Tanzbär Lite Next, there are shift functions that access another level of possible value settings. It takes an additional function level to access them. They include, for example, the shuffle intensity, the step number of the tracks resp. pattern length („Last Step“), and the scale function. In this case, please select the desired function using both shift and step keys first. Then select the desired parameter value, again using a step key. The example below illustrates the adjustment procedure for the shuffle intensity (Step key 1). 1. Select shift function: Press and hold Shift and press Step key 1. Shift will be flashing and the step with the current shuffle intensity setting lights up. 2. Release Shift (flashes continuously) and select the desired value by hitting a step key. The step keys now correspond to the parameter values 1 - 16. 3. To exit the shift function, simply hit Shift again – done. 1. Select shift function 2. Select parameter value release Shift press Shift + hold OH LED flashes LED flashes press step key (e.g. „3“) press step key (e.g. „Shuffle“) LED with new value lights up LED with current value lights up (e.g. „1“ = no shuffle) 3. Exit shift function press Shift + hold OH press Shift OH LEDs off press step key (e.g. „Accent 1“) LED lights up 8 To determine whether the parameter setting/value of a shift function is selected directly or requires an additional step to be selected, the shift LED will either be flashing intermittently or not. In the first case (direct access), the shift LED will stay dark, in the second case (hidden function) it will be flashing. 9 10 Save current sound setting to pattern Bank selection Pattern chaining Reload sound setting from current pattern Pattern selection Pattern A/B toggel 11 Pattern lenght 1 - 16 steps 1 - 16 Shuffle intensity 1 - 16 1 - 16 - Select with step keys: Shuffle - Function: - Value range: + Shift: Track mute Scale (time signature) 32th. / 16th.-triplet / 16th. / 8th.-triplet / 8th. 1-5 Scale -/- Selects pattern A/B-part manual / auto A/BToggle 1 - 16 add. sound parameter 1 - 16 + Snd OH MFB Tanzbär Lite Step keys 1 - 16 Access to dual/sub functions Last Step Play/Stop Access to hidden Sound-Parameter Shift + Shift Function Tempo Please note that this is just an overview. You may use it mainly as an orientation or quick programming guide. The complete set of functions and the operating steps necessary will be explained later in the text. Please feel free to read on. Sound parameters - bass (BD) - snare (SD) - clap (CP) - tom/conga (T/C) - cowbell (CB) - claves (CL) - cymbal (CYM) - hihat (HH) (in Play mode / Record mode) (in Record mode) (in Play mode) (in Record mode) (in Record mode) OH Sound parameters for: Tempo The following figure will show you which modes and functions are related to specific buttons. Function keys - select Pattern - mute track (in Play Mode) / select track - select / set / erase steps - select sub functions (+ Shift) - sequencer functions (shuffle etc.) - add. sound parameter, LFO parameter - memory functions - setup functions (MIDI etc.) Step keys 1-16 to: Level controls (not storable) MFB Tanzbär Lite In Play mode the Rec/Real LEDs have to be off ! (if necessary, press Rec/Real key) Pattern chaining Pattern A/B-toggel Access to dual/sub functions Bank selection Pattern selection Shift Realtime Rec mode Play mode / Step Rec mode -/- Play/Stop Hidden sound param. Select fctn. + Shift Function Function keys User Interface Play Mode – Playing the Tanzbär Lite PLAY MODE First of all, let´s have a go at some demo patterns to give you an idea of what Tanzbär Lite can do. At the same time, we will learn how to ”perform“ on the Tanzbär Lite – that is, how to play back patterns, modify them, and how to tweak sounds. To play back and tweak pre-programmed sounds and patterns, we need to go into PLAY MODE. The following figure shows an overview of the Play Mode and its functions. Please bear in mind this is just an overview. You may use it mainly as an orientation – all the necessary operating steps are covered in detail in the following text – please read on carefully. Play Mode – Playing the Tanzbär Lite MFB Tanzbär Lite To enable Play mode, please hit the Rec/Real key. Both LEDs above should be idle now. In Play mode, you can play back patterns. The following functions are available: • • • • • • • • • select patterns start / stop the sequencer adjust tempo mute tracks tweak the sound settings using the associated controls set the shuffle intensity select pattern length („Last Step“) select scaling – only available when sequencer is stopped toggle between pattern parts A and B Selecting patterns Tanzbär Lite offers four pattern banks with 16 patterns each – 64 patterns in total. Bank 1 contains great beats created by Berlin-based techno wizard Yapacc. If desired, the content of Bank 1 can be overwritten (for example when you believe your beats to be smarter). Banks 2, 3, and 4 are waiting for great creations of your own. MFB Tanzbär Lite Starting / stopping the sequencer • Hold Shift + press Play. The sequencer will start. • Hold Shift + press Play again. The sequencer will stop. Adjusting tempo • Turn Tempo control. There is no tempo readout on Tanzbär Lite. The value range of the control covers approx. 30 BPM to 180 BPM. Muting tracks • Press Step keys. When in Play mode, the tracks are directly muted using the corresponding step keys, meaning Step 1 = bassdrum, Step 5 = clap etc. LFO tracks can also be muted. In this case, the pitch of the corresponding instrument will not be modulated anymore. The LED of a muted track will glow at reduced brightness. You can decide whether mutes will be stored in a pattern or not when using the Save Pattern function for permanent saving. Please use the Setup function #8, described on page 34 of this manual. The following figure shows how to select banks and patterns: Select bank: Select preset: hold Shift + press Patt/Bnk hold Patt/Bnk + press Step 1-16 Patt/Bnk LEDs: Bank 1 Pattern 1 to Pattern 16 Bank 2 Pattern 1 to Pattern 16 Bank 3 Pattern 1 to Pattern 16 Bank 4 Pattern 1 to Pattern 16 (MFB-presets by Yapacc) Play Mode – Playing the Tanzbär Lite Tweaking sounds • Turn sound parameter controls. By moving the 19 sound parameter controls, you can tweak the sounds of the seven instruments in realtime just as you fancy (BD - bassdrum, SD - snare, CP - clap, TT - tom, CO - conga, CB - cowbell, CL - clave, CYM - cymbal, OH - open hihat, HH - closed hihat). • • Press Select to reload the sound settings stored in the current pattern. Hold Shift + press Select to store all edits of a sound in the current pattern. Attention: The sound settings previously stored in the patterns will be overwritten. There is no undo function so you better think twice! We will have a closer look at the sound parameters in the next chapter – stay tuned (no pun intended). 12 13 Play Mode – Playing the Tanzbär Lite MFB Tanzbär Lite MFB Tanzbär Lite • • Step Mode and Manual Mode It is about time to try out a very interesting feature of your Tanzbär Lite: As you may have noticed when playing back patterns, all steps of each instrument can have individual sound settings. In other words, you can program individual sound settings for each step of the sequencer. We will find out later how to operate sounds for individual steps. However, this feature also effects the Play mode – that is why we do not want to keep it secret any longer. Alternatively, you can store the entire pattern (trigger and sound settings) permanently any time, using the Store Pattern function. Please see page 34. Manual Mode When loading a pattern in Manual mode, only its trigger data will be loaded. The sound settings are matching the current settings of the front panel controls. That means, when playing back the same pattern in Manual mode, you will not hear individual sounds per step but the sound that matches the current front panel control settings across the entire pattern length. Of course you can tweak the sound settings again as you feel and store the new creation hold Shift press Step 11 permanently in the current pattern by using the Store Pattern function (please see page 34). Pattern Trigger data + Sound settings or and Step mode: The following chart compares the options of ManualManual Mode To toggle between Step mode and Manual mode, please use Shift and Step key 11. When holding down Shift and Step key 11 lights up, Tanzbär Lite will be in Step mode. Step mode is the default setting. hold Shift press Step 11 + To reload the sound settings stored within the current pattern, simply press Select. To store the tweaked sound setting in the current pattern, hold Shift + press Select. Attention: The sound settings previously stored in the patterns will be overwritten. There is NO UNDO! Don‘t say we didn‘t warn you. Basically, trigger data (the active steps) and sound settings are stored separately in each pattern. Using the sound controls, you can tweak the sounds at any time without overwriting the stored settings or tampering with the trigger data of the pattern. This opens up two different programming options that we call „Step mode“ and „Manual mode“. Sound controls Play Mode – Playing the Tanzbär Lite OH OH Step Mode (defaul setting) Soundsettings: Sound per pattern Sounds per step When Pattern is loaded, you hear: Sound complies with the current control settings Sounds comply with the setting stored in current pattern Pattern store options: • Store pattern (triggers + sound) with Store Pattern function • Store pattern (triggers + step-sounds) with Store Pattern function • Set „live tweaked“ sounds back to pattern setting with Select Manual Mode or Step Mode (default setting) Step Mode In Step mode, each step of a pattern can have its own individual sound setting. Step mode is the default factory setting. When loading a pattern (page 12), you will hear its sound settings the way they are stored in memory. Now you can tweak the sounds any time, using the front panel controls. Of course, they will now lose their individual sound settings per step. 14 • Store „live tweaked“ sounds in pattern with Shift+Select. Again: The key shortcut Shift + Select only exits the currently selected sound-editing process and prevents unintentionally overwriting the sound with your new sound setting. To store the entire pattern (trigger and sound settings) permanently, you need to use the Store Pattern function. Please see page 34. 15 Play Mode – Playing the Tanzbär Lite MFB Tanzbär Lite Shuffle This function alters the shuffle ratio of a pattern. This is a global parameter, all tracks will be given the same degree of shuffle intensity. • Hold Shift + press Shuffle (Step 1) to access the shuffle function. Shift LED is flashing, the Step key representing the shuffle intensity value currently active will light up. • Press Step 1 - 16 to select one of 16 available shuffle intensities. Shift LED is flashing, the newly selected Step key will light up. • Press Shift to exit the shuffle function. Last Step This function determines the pattern length resp. its number of steps. • Hold Shift + press Last Step (Step 2) to select the Last Step function. Shift LED is flashing, the Step key representing the currently active Last Step setting will light up. • Press Step 1 - 16 to select the last step of the pattern resp. the pattern length. Shift LED is flashing, the newly selected Step key will light up. • Press Shift to exit the Last Step function. Using this function while the sequencer is running can produce interesting results. Please keep in mind that, in this case, the sequencer will be unable to locate the original downbeat resp. the first note of the pattern. This might cause sync problems when using multiple sequencers, rhythm units, or DAWs. Scale Through this function, you can select the scaling of a pattern or, in other words, the note values and the directly related maximum number of steps per pattern. The step keys 1 - 5 provide the following values: • • • • • Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: Step 4: Step 5: 32th note 16th note triplets 16th note 8th note triplets 8th note (32 steps, spread across pattern parts A and B) (24 steps, spread across pattern parts A and B) (16 steps, default / standard setting) (twelve steps) (eight steps) This is how to operate the scale function: • Hold Shift + press Scale (Step 3) to select the Scale function. Shift LED is flashing, the Step key representing the currently active scaling will light up. • Press Step 1 - 5 to select the desired new scaling. Shift LED is flashing, the newly selected Step key will light up. • Press Shift to exit the Scale function. 16 MFB Tanzbär Lite Play Mode – Playing the Tanzbär Lite A/B Toggle As you have just learned from the scale function, a pattern can have a maximum number of up to 32 steps. In order not to waste precious studio space, we have equipped your neat little Tanzbär Lite with just 16 step keys. When selecting a scaling that requires more than 16 steps, Tanzbär Lite automatically creates a pattern of two halves „A“ and „B“. The A/B Toggle function determines how both halves of the patterns are played back. You have the following options: • Auto: The entire pattern will be played back, Tanzbär Lite automatically toggles between part A and part B. • Manual: Part A or part B will be played back optionally. The selection is done manually using the A/B key. Both LEDs of the A/B key show the pattern part that is currently being played back. The left LED of the A/B key represents part A, the right one part B. This is how to operate the A/B Toggle function: • Hit A/B chain key to toggle between the played back pattern halves (only available if patterns have more than 16 steps). The respective LED will light up. To change the A/B toggle mode: • Hold Shift + press A/B Toggle (Step 4) to select between the two available A/B Toggle modes: - Auto: A/B Toggle (Step 4) will light up. - Manual: A/B Toggle (Step 4) will stay dark. Chain Through this function, you can daisy-chain up to sixteen patterns to form a longer sequence. Any pattern order is allowed. The pattern chain cannot be stored permanently, so the function is intended to be used in a live situation. Programming can be done while the sequencer is running. This is how to operate the Chain function: • Hold A/B Chain key + and press up to 16 step keys in any order to program the desired pattern sequence. • Release A/B Chain key. Both LEDs will light up. The pattern sequence that has just been entered is now being played back as an infinite loop. To stop the playback of the pattern chain, • hold Shift + press A/B Chain. The sequencer will now play back the last pattern selected. You do not need to stop the sequencer playback to access the chain function. 17 Sound Generation MFB Tanzbär Lite SOUND GENERATION In this chapter, we are going to introduce the sound generation and its parameters. Instruments Tanzbär Lite offers ten different instruments with real analog sound generation. Bassdrum, clap, tom/conga as well as cowbell and claves, are assigned to LFO tracks which allow for pitch- resp. tone color modulation of the respective instrument. The LFO tracks can be edited and muted individually. The instruments can be edited directly using the controls on the front panel. Apart from that, some instruments offer an additional „hidden“ parameter that can be accessed and edited using the function key „Snd“ and a corresponding step key. 1. Snd key provides hidden sound parameter - press + hold 2. Step keys OH • selects parameter value mapping of step keys with parameters and values Sound Generation Snd keys and Step keys Through the Sound key (Snd) you can access a hidden sound parameter for some instruments (listed as „Sound – Step Button“ on the front panel). This is how the hidden sound parameter can be accessed: • Hold Snd key. • Additionally press step key to select the desired instrument (depending on the number of available parameter values, several step key LEDs will light up). In Record mode, this selection is not required since there is an instrument selected all the time. • Press step key again (while still holding Snd) to enter the desired parameter value, e.g. between 1 and 16. You may press several step keys consecutively to try out different settings. The last step key selected will light up permanently. • Release Snd key. Here you will find a list of all available sound parameters of all instruments: direct access to sound parameter • select instrument resp. hidden sound parameter MFB Tanzbär Lite BD (Bassdrum) • Decay • Tune • Tone controls decay time controls pitch (can be modulated by an LFO track) controls the volume of the „kick impulse“ SD (Snaredrum) • Decay • Noise • Tune controls decay time controls level of the noise signal controls pitch CP (Clap) • Filter • Decay • Attack • Snd+CP+Step controls brightness of the sound (can be modulated by an LFO track) controls decay time controls the density of the clap impulses selects between sixteen different attack transients T/C (Tom/Conga) • Decay • Tune • Snd+TT/CO+Step controls decay time (up to infinite tone) controls pitch (can be modulated by an LFO track) controls panorama position – four differnt values (only audible when stereo master out is used) Depending if tom- or conga track is selected, the decay- and tune controls access the corresponding parameter of one of these two instruments. 18 19 Sound Generation MFB Tanzbär Lite CB (Cowbell) • Decay • Tune controls decay time detunes both signal generators and changes the sound (can be modulated by an LFO track) CL (Claves) • Decay • Tune controls decay time detunes both signal generators and changes the sound (can be modulated by an LFO track) CYM (Cymbal) • Decay • Tone • Snd+CYM+Step controls decay time changes the sound changes the tuning (eight values) HH (Open und Closed Hihat) • Decay controls decay time When using long decay settings, open and closed hihat may cut off each others decay phase. LFO (modulation tracks for BD, CP, T/C, CB and CL) • Snd+LFO+Step 1-8 controls LFO speed („Speed“) • Snd+LFO+Data 9-12 controls modulation amount („Amount“) • Snd+LFO+Step 13-16 selects LFO waveshape („Wave“): saw up / down, sine up / down In addition to the parameters listed above, each instrument comes with a dedicated level control that cannot be programmed / stored. Same thing goes for the Master Volume control. We thought we should point this out in case you were wondering. MFB Tanzbär Lite Record Mode – Programming Patterns RECORD MODE – PROGRAMMING PATTERNS It is about time now to create your own patterns – please stay tuned. The different record modes As you (hopefully) will have learned in the Play mode section, you can program individual sound settings for each sequencer step. Patterns programmed that way can sound much more interesting than you would expect from a drumcomputer with only seven instruments. Still, you might not want to use this cool feature all the time. Sometimes, it can make sense when every beat of a pattern sounds exactly the same across the entire pattern length. Or maybe you feel like tweaking the sound in realtime while the sequencer is running? This is all possible. Apart from that, you can play Tanzbär Lite „live“ via step keys or external MIDI devices such as a keyboard, or drum pads. You can even program your pattern in realtime by recording these steps into the sequencer. To provide you with all these features, Tanzbär Lite uses several different record modes that will be discussed right now (sweaty hands already). Step Record Mode (page 22) In this mode, you can set steps, program accent and flam settings as well as sound settings for each step individually, or in groups. Realtime Record Mode (page 28) Here, you can tweak the sound settings using the frontpanel controls and record them into an existing pattern in realtime. Manual Trigger Record (page 29) In this mode, you can record steps via step keys or external MIDI devices such as a keyboard, or drum pads in realtime. The sounds can be tweaked (but not recorded) via frontpanel controls or MIDI controller in realtime. Pattern length and scaling (Last Step and Scale) No matter which mode you select – it makes perfect sense to select specific scaling and pattern length first. This goes for Record mode as well as for Play mode – with one important difference: in Record mode, each track can have an individual length (resp. number of steps). The functions „Last Step“ and „Scale“ are described on page 16 in section „Play Mode“. 20 21 Record Mode – Programming Patterns MFB Tanzbär Lite Step Record Mode MFB Tanzbär Lite Record Mode – Programming Patterns You may also proceed with further editing of the steps set previously. The following functions are available: 1. Enabling Step Record mode / select track / select track length To enable Step Record mode and select the desired track (resp. the instrument) at the same time, please • hold the Rec key + press a Track key. When releasing the keys, the right LED above the Rec key will light up. If the selected track contains any steps, their LEDs will light up as well. + Track You may now (or after any other programming step) determine the length resp. the step number of the selected track using the shift-function „Last Step“ (page 16). Please note: In Record mode, each track may have an individual number of steps while in Play mode, „Last Step“ is a global parameter. „Scale“ is always applied globally. 2. Setting Steps • Press Step key(s). Their LED(s) will be flashing. When pressing a step key once, its associated LED will be flashing, telling you that the step is „set“ and puts out a trigger. At the same time, the step is „selected“, waiting for further editing, e.g. sound, accent, and flam settings. Pressing the step one more time will erase the step from the sequence (LED off). The tracks OH and HH cannot have identical steps. Setting e.g. step 1 on track OH erases a previously setted step 1 from track HH and vice versa. 3. Editing sounds per step • Turn sound controls (and perhaps the Data control) of the selected track/instrument. All steps previously set / selected will now feature the new sound setting you have just dialled in. Any further step(s) you are entering right now will also be flashing and feature this sound setting. If one (or more) step is to feature individual sound settings – the actual purpose of the Step Record mode –, the steps previously selected first have to be „locked“ before other steps can be set and/or selected for further sound editing. The process of „selecting“ and „locking“ sequencer steps is described in the section Programming steps 7 and 8 on pages 24/25. This way, you can set steps and provide them with individual sound settings without having to stop the sequencer. 22 4. Programming Accents You can assign one out of four different accent levels to each selected step. This is done using the shift function. Let‘s pretend a track has been selected and the Record mode enabled (see programming step 1). The selected track features some steps (see programming step 2), which – if necessary – have to be selected to be edited (Hold Select + press step(s) – their LEDs will start flashing). Please now proceed as follows: • Hold Shift + press Step key 12 – 15 („Accent 1 – 4“). This will determine the accent level of the selected step(s). The Step key in question will light up. All steps selected previously (flashing) will now receive the current accent setting. Every further steps you set will also receive this setting. To change these settings again, first „lock“ (see programming step 7) and re-select (see step programming 8) the desired steps before you enter new values. 5. Programming Flams Flams are double or multiple drumhits. Drummers use these to make their performance sound more sophisticated, and to attract girl-friends. Tanzbär Lite provides the option of assigning sixteen different flam patterns to each sequencer step. This is also done by using the shift function. Again, let‘s pretend a track has been selected and the Record mode enabled (see programming step 1). The selected track features some steps (see programming step 2), which – if necessary – have to be selected in order to be edited (Hold Select + press step(s) – their LEDs will start flashing). Please now proceed as follows: • Hold Shift + press Step key 10 („Flam“). Shift and all sixteen step keys will be flashing, telling you that a shift function has been enabled (flam, in this case) and sixteen different parameter values are up for selection using the step keys. • Press a Step key 1 - 16 to select a flam pattern. You may press several step keys consecutively to try out different settings. The step key selected last will light up permanently. • Press Shift to exit the shift function. The shift LED will go dark again. All steps previously selected (flashing) will now receive the current flam setting. All further steps you set will also receive this setting. To change these settings again, first „lock“ (see programming step 7) and re-select (see programming step 8) the desired steps before you enter new values. 6. Programming additional sound parameter Rimshot, clap, tom/conga and cymbal feature an additional sound parameter that can be accessed via the shift function. 23 Record Mode – Programming Patterns MFB Tanzbär Lite Again, let‘s pretend a track has been selected and the Record mode enabled (see programming step 1). The selected track (RS, CP, T/C, CYM) features some steps (see programming step 2) which – if necessary – have to be selected in order to be edited (Hold Select + press step(s) – their corresponding LEDs will start flashing). Please now proceed as follows: • Hold Snd. Depending on the previously selected track, the step keys 1-16 (for „RS Volume“ or „CP Impulse“) or 1-4 (for „T/C Panorama“) or 1-8 (for „CYM Tune“) will be flashing, telling you that a parameter value between 1 and 16 resp. 1 and 4 or 1 and 8 can be selected using corresponding step keys. • Keep on holding Snd + press step keys 1-16 or 1-4 or 1-8 to select a desired parameter setting. You may press several step keys consecutively to try out different parameter value settings. The step key selected last will light up permanently. • Release Snd to exit Shift mode. The selected steps will start flashing again. All steps selected previously (flashing again) will now receive the current parameter setting. All further steps you set will also receive this setting. To change these settings again, first „lock“ (see programming step 7) and re-select (see programming step 8) the desired steps before you enter new values. 7. „Locking“ already programmed steps Do you like the track you have come up with? That‘s cool – please • Press Select. The steps that have previously been flashing will now light up permanently. This is to tell you that the steps have been set and un-selected, i. e. the editing process of these steps has been completed for the time being. Their parameter settings are now protected against overwriting them unintentionally – in other words, they are firmly „locked“ away. You may lock any steps at any time during the programming procedure described above. Please note: The currently „locked“ settings are now only protected against getting overwritten unintentionally but they have not yet been stored permanently in the pattern itself. If you were to change the pattern now (or decide to power down your Tanzbär Lite because of your neighbors complaining), the step settings that had just been programmed would be lost forever. To store them permanently, you need to use the „Store Pattern“ function which will be discussed on page 34. The following diagram shows a slightly simplified programming sequence of a track. To simplify matters, all step edits (sound, accent, flams etc. – see programming steps 3-6) are summed up in one single programming step. 24 Record Mode – Programming Patterns MFB Tanzbär Lite start Step Rec / select track • hold Rec + press Track right Rec LED lights up set step(s) • press Step(s) Step LED(s) flash new track with same sound new step(s) with new sound tweak sounds, set accents, flams etc. • move Sound/Data control use accent-, flam-functions, add. sound parameters etc. Step LED(s) flashes lock step(s) • press Select Step LED(s) lights up • press Rec exit Step Rec Rec LED off, Step LED(s) off 8. Continuing programming process Still not satisfied with your track? No problem – you can proceed with your track programming work any time and set / edit / erase steps or edit already existing ones, no matter whether individually or in groups. To re-select and edit already set steps, please • Hold Select + press step key(s). The LEDs of the selected step will flash again, showing you that these steps have now been selected and are ready to be edited. The process continues from programming step 3. To create / edit another track, start again at programming step 1. That way you can create an entire pattern track by track. 9. Copying sound setting to other steps You are lucky – you do not need to perform the entire programming procedure for every new step all over again. Tanzbär Lite features a copy function that copies the sound, accent, and flam settings to other steps very easily, as well as the impulse and sample selection of any step. Please • Hold Select + press the source step key. Its associated LED will start flashing. 25 Record Mode – Programming Patterns • • MFB Tanzbär Lite Release Select. Press new step keys to set new sequence steps. These steps will automatically adopt the sound, accent, and flam settings as well as the impulse and sample selection of the source step. Please note: In this operation mode, the sound controls only access selected (flashing) steps. 10. Programming LFOs An LFO – low frequency oscillator – provides a continuously sweeping control voltage at a low frequency (usually in sub-audio range). In other words, a slowly rising and falling voltage that is used to modulate sound parameters. This is exactly what is happening inside your Tanzbär Lite: Bass drum, toms, and both sampling instruments use dedicated LFO tracks to control their respective pitch – in sync with the beat of your patterns! If so desired, you can also program individual parameter settings for each LFO step. Instrument track and related LFO track work independently from each other. Whereas steps on an instrument track trigger sounds, a set step on an LFO track triggers a modulation waveform. This waveform oscillates at the selected „speed“, „wave“, and „amount“ settings until the next step set has been reached. Here, it will be triggered again, if desired with different „speed“, „wave“, and „amount“ settings. The following chart shows the relation between Instrument and LFO tracks: BOOM... All five LFO tracks are identical. In our example, we will focus on the bassdrum LFO track. Programming the LFOs is done in a fairly similar fashion as setting the additional instrument parameter. It is done using the shift function and the step keys. Let‘s pretend a bassdrum track has already been programmed completely. The BD-LFO track has been selected and the Step Record mode enabled (see page 22, programming step 1). Please now proceed as follows: • • • • • Instr.-Trigger BOOM... BOOM... BOOM... ... BD LFO-Trigger ... Record Mode – Programming Patterns MFB Tanzbär Lite Press step key(s). The steps set will start flashing and tell you that they have been activated for further editing. Hold Snd. The step keys 1-16 will start flashing, showing you that parameter values between 1 to 8 („LFO Speed“), 9 to 12 („LFO Amount“) and 13 to 16 („LFO Wave“) are now available. Keep Snd pressed + press step key 1-8 resp. 9-12 or 13-16 to select LFO speed, amount and wave. The selected step key will light up permanently. You may press several step keys consecutively to try out different settings. The step key selected last will light up permanently. Please keep in mind to select a sufficient LFO amount to make the modulation effect audible. Release Snd. The step key set last will be flashing. Now you can select more steps using Snd + Step(s) in order to assign different LFO settings to them. Press Select. The edited steps will now be de-selected and the parameter settings „locked“ (when in doubt, please refer to page 25, programming step 8). The key assignment for the LFO parameters works as follows: Step 1 whole note Step 7 1/16th. triplet Step 13 sine up Step 2 1/2th. note Step 8 1/16th. note Step 14 sine down Step 3 1/4th. triplet Step 9 mod amount 1 Step 4 1/4th. note Step 10 mod amount 2 Step 5 1/8th. triplet Step 11 mod amount 3 Step 6 1/8th. note Step 12 mod amount 4 LFO Speed: 8th. note Wave: Sine Amount: 75% Speed: 4th. note Wave: Sawtooth up Amount: 100% 26 27 Step 15 saw up Step 16 saw down Play S n a r e D ru m Record Mode – Programming Patterns MFB Tanzbär Lite 11. Shuffle You can assign some shuffle to you pattern (i. e. delaying one note by a certain factor, shifting the focus of the rhythm a bit – real drummers tend to do this all the time, but not always in musically meaningful ways). To accomplish that, you do not need to exit Record mode or even stop the sequencer. Please note that shuffle is a global parameter which affects all tracks in the same way. You already know the programming procedure of the shuffle function from the Play mode section. Please refer to page 16 when in doubt. In Record mode, it works exactly the same way. Rimshot Claps T o mT o m Sample 1 Sample 2 Record Mode – Programming Patterns MFB Tanzbär Lite The following figure shows the different modes of operation of these two functions: Function: Play Real Bnk Copy A: Initial situation: S n a r e D ru m Rimshot Claps Pattern Result: T o mT o m Sample 1 Sample 2 Pattern A-Part empty SP1 A-Part A-Part SP2 Chai n Real S h iBnk ft 12. Saving patterns Copy B: empty B-Part SP1 B-Part B-Part SP2 Chai n To save your pattern permanently, you need to use the „Store Pattern“ function, described on page 34. A/B Flam This is how to operate the Copy A / Copy B functions: Load or create a pattern with A/B sections first (in other words, a pattern with more than 16 steps in length). Now you can use the copy functions: Shift Programming patterns containing more than sixteen steps. As you already know, you can program patterns with a length of more than sixteen steps. In the section „Play Mode“ on pages 16 and 17 you have learned about the functions „Last Step“, „Scale“, and „A/B Toggle“ and the way they interact. These functions are also available in Record mode and work the same way here. Please use the A/B key to toggle betwen both pattern sections „A“ and „B“. This way, you can play back only the section you are currently working on (don‘t complain, the 808 you sold for peanuts ages ago did that in a similar fashion). To use the toggle function, please set the „A/B Toggle“ mode to „Manual“: • Hold Shift + press A/B Toggle (Step 4) to select the A/B Toggle function. If the LED of step key 4 stays dark, the function is set to „Manual“. Now you can toggle between the pattern sections A and B manually: • Press A/B key to select the pattern section that is to be played back. The corresponding LED will light up. • • A/B If required, press A/B key to select the target section (to copy section „A“ to the empty section „B“, first you have to select „B“ with the A/B key and vice versa – please see figure above). Hold Shift + press Step 7 resp. 8 (Copy A / Copy B). Flam Please note: • In Record mode, these functions will affect the selected track. • In Play mode, these functions will affect all tracks, resp. the entire pattern. Clearing Pattern This function is closely related to the copy functions explained above. You can optionally clear the entire pattern or only the section currently selected. This is how to clear the currently selected section: • Hold Shift + press Step 6 (Clear Pattern). This is how to clear the entire pattern: • Hold Shift + press Step 6 (Clear Pattern) two times. Copy A / Copy B functions These two copy functions are pretty useful for creating several variations of an existing A/B pattern easily and instantly. Depending on the function („Copy A“ / „Copy B“), the first or second section of the pattern will be copied to the respective other section. It can be used as a starting point for variations. 28 Send On/Off Please note: • In Record mode, these functions will affect the selected track. • In Play mode, these functions will affect all tracks, resp. the entire pattern. Attention: There is no undo! Please think (!!!) twice before using the Clear Pattern function. 29 Send On/Off Record Mode – Programming Patterns MFB Tanzbär Lite MFB Tanzbär Lite Record Mode – Programming Patterns Realtime Record mode Manual Trigger mode / Manual Trigger Record Instead of programming the sound parameters stepwise, you can record parameter changes in realtime. In other words, you can tweak the sound controls of an instrument and record these tweakings into the sequencer. This is how it works: You can trigger Tanzbär Lite‘ instruments in realtime – by hitting step keys or via MIDI, using a suitable MIDI device such as a keyboard, or drum pads. At the same time, you can tweak the sounds of the steps played back in realtime, either using the controls on Tanzbär Lites frontpanel or via MIDI controllers. In this operation mode, Tanzbär Lite will act just like a MIDI expander. We call it „Manual Trigger mode“. 1. Enabling Record mode / select track To enable the Record mode and select the desired track (resp. the instrument) at the same time, please • hold the Rec key + press a Track key. When releasing the keys, the right LED above the Rec key will light up. If the selected track contains any steps, their LEDs will also light up. To record parameter changes in Realtime Record mode, it obviously is recommended that the selected track contains a certain number of steps. Setting steps works as described on page 22. 2. Enable Realtime Record mode • Hold Shift + press Rec. Then release both keys. Apart from that, the „Manual Trigger Record“ function provides recording of steps played ‚live‘ (but not sound parameter changes). + Track 1. Enable Manual Trigger function • Press Rec key. Its left LED should light up. Shift + For the selected track, the Realtime Record mode has now been enabled. When the sequencer reaches the next downbeat (resp. step 1), the record function will automatically become active and wait for your input. 3. Recording parameter changes • Move sound controls and/or Data control. Over the duration of one pattern, Tanzbär Lite will record all control tweaks you are now performing on the selected instrument. As soon as the end of the pattern has been reached, the record function will automatically be disabled. If the pattern uses an A and B section, the recording will take place across both sections. In case you are not happy with the result, simply enable the Realtime Record mode again (programming step 2) and repeat the recording process. Feel free to „fine-tune“ your parameter recordings later in Step Record mode. To make things easier, it can be helpful to reduce the tempo while recording. 4. Saving Patterns To save your pattern permanently, you need to use the Store Pattern function, described on page 34. 30 Triggering and recording instruments in realtime The Manual Trigger function has now been enabled. You can trigger all instruments via step buttons and „play along“ to a running pattern (you may also sing along if you feel so inclined). Please keep in mind that nothing will be recorded at this point (speaking of which, this might not be too bad when it comes to your singing). Using the sound controls, you can tweak all instruments in realtime. Please note that these tweaks only affect the sound of those steps that have just been played live – not of those that might already be a part of the existing pattern. 2. Enabling Manual Trigger Record To record your „live-performance“ resp. steps played in realtime, you need to enable the Manual Trigger Record function. This is done by setup function # 7. To perform that, please open the setup menu first: • Hold Shift + press Setup (Step 16). The Shift LED will start flashing. Enabling „Manual Trigger REC“ (setup function #7): • Press Step key 7. If the Manual Trigger Record function is „on“, step LED 7 will light up. Exit setup function: • Press Shift key. 31 Record Mode – Programming Patterns MFB Tanzbär Lite Please note: The setting „Enable Manual Trigger REC“ is a global function which is permanent, even when you change operation modes or power down Tanzbär Lite. Through this function you can basically determine whether steps played „live“ will be recorded or not as soon as you enable the „Manual Trigger“ function. 3. Recording / erasing steps in realtime • Please start the sequencer. • Press step keys. As soon as you hit step keys, these steps will be recorded into the current pattern. The quantisation corresponds to the setting of the Scale parameter. • To erase steps quickly without stopping the sequencer, please hold Select + press Track key. While holding both keys, the steps set previously will be deleted as soon as the running sequencer reaches their position. You can enter new steps immediately. 4. Tweaking sound settings • Turn Sound controls. As soon as you turn a Sound control and/or the Data control, the sound of the corresponding instrument will change. Please note that these tweaks only affect the sound of those steps that have just been entered „live“ on the fly, not of those that might already be part of the existing pattern. This „performance at the controls“ will not be recorded! To record parameter changes, you need to use the Realtime Record mode (please see page 30). Please also bear in mind that these tweaks will only affect the sound of steps entered live and on the fly, not of those that might already be part of the existing pattern. 5. Storing patterns To store the new pattern permanently, you need to use the Store Pattern function which will be discussed on page 34. MFB Tanzbär Lite Record Mode – Programming Patterns However, you have to adjust some of Tanzbär Lite‘ MIDI functions first. To do that, please use Tanzbär Lite‘ MIDI learn function (smart mouse, eh?). The MIDI learn function is used to assign MIDI note numbers and MIDI channels (1 - 9) to drum instruments. The MIDI learn function is to be found in the setup menu. Please open the setup menu first: • Hold Shift + press Setup (Step 16). The Shift LED will be flashing. Select „MIDI learn“ (setup function #1): • Press Step key 1. Executing MIDI learn function: • As soon as the MIDI learn function is enabled, the instrument LEDs will light up successively – starting from step 1 (BD) –, waiting for a MIDI note (and the channel #). As soon as you send a MIDI note to Tanzbär Lite, it will be assigned to the first instrument (the one with its LED flashing). Now Tanzbär Lite will automatically switch to the next instrument and wait for input of the next MIDI note (and channel). When all instruments have been assigned to MIDI notes, the LED of the Select key will start flashing. Now hit Select to confirm the assignment and exit the MIDI learn function. After that, you will need to exit the setup menu: • Press Shift key. Tanzbär Lites sound controls and the Data control will receive MIDI controller data on the MIDI channels that have just been assigned and/or pre-selected. In the setup menu you can determine whether Tanzbär Lite is to send MIDI notes and controller data. Please note: Aside from the Step Record mode, Tanzbär Lite receives MIDI notes and controller data in all operation modes. This way, you can trigger steps via MIDI notes and tweak sound parameters via MIDI controllers without setting any functions previously. Only recording steps via MIDI notes needs to be activated first by enabling the Manual-Trigger-Record function. This is done via setup function # 7. Manual Trigger Recording via MIDI As mentioned above, you can record steps via MIDI – e.g. using a MIDI keyboard, or MIDI drumpads. Sounds can also be tweaked „live“ via MIDI controller (but not recorded). Step recording in the Manual Trigger Record function via MIDI works the same way as with step keys. 32 33 Memory Functions MFB Tanzbär Lite MIDI / Setup Functions MFB Tanzbär Lite MEMORY FUNCTIONS SETUP / MIDI FUNCTIONS To enjoy your newly created or edited patterns forever, you have to save them permanently – would you have guessed? The setup menu is hidden behind step key # 16 and makes use of eight step keys there, each of them assigned to a sub-function. Here you will find Tanzbär Lite‘ MIDI functions in the first place. Also, you can enable the „Manual Trigger Record“ function (please see page 31) and determine whether the „Store Pattern“ function is to store muted instruments within the current pattern or not (please refer to page 13). All setup functions are global settings that will be retained after powering Tanzbär Lite down. Please note: The so-called „locking“ of one or more edited sequencer steps in Step Record mode only prevents overwriting of parameter settings unintentionally by further editing. To save a pattern permanently and in its entirety – individual steps and the sounds assigned to them –, you have to use the Store Pattern function. The following section describes how to store and erase patterns permanently. Storing patterns You can save the current pattern in any pattern memory location. To do so, please • (If necessary hold Shift + press Patt/Bank key to change the current preset bank.) • Hold Shift + press Step 5 (Store Pattern). All sixteen step LEDs will start flashing. • Release Shift. • Press Step key to save the current preset in the corresponding memory location. • If necessary, press Shift any time to abort the Store Pattern function. Attention: There is no undo! Please think (yes, insert multiple exclamation marks here) twice before you overwrite an existing pattern which was to be used with your million-selling hit record! Clearing Pattern If desired, you can erase resp. initialise the current pattern. To do so, please • Hold Shift + press Step 6 (Clear Pattern) two times. The current pattern has now been erased from memory permanently. Patterns with more than sixteen steps in length allow for alternatively erasing either their A or B section. • Press Patt key to select the desired pattern section. • Hold Shift + press Step 6 (Clear Pattern). Attention: There is also no undo! Please think (no kidding here this time around) twice before you erase the current pattern or its individual sections! The consequences might be dreadful. 34 To open the setup menu, please • Hold Shift + press Setup (Step 16). The Shift LED will start flashing. To edit setup functions: • Press Step key 1-8. The corresponding setup function (please see below) will be set to on/off or toggle between two available settings. To exit / abort a setup function: • Press Shift key. The following setup functions are available: Step key 1: MIDI learn The MIDI learn function assigns MIDI note numbers and MIDI channels (1 - 9) to Tanzbär Lite‘ drum instruments. This is how to operate the MIDI learn function: As soon as the MIDI learn function has been enabled, the instrument-LEDs will be flashing successively, starting at step 1 (BD) and waiting for a MIDI note (and the channel #) to be entered. As soon as you send a MIDI note to Tanzbär Lite, it will be assigned to the first instrument (the one whose LED is flashing). Now Tanzbär Lite will automatically switch to the next instrument and wait for input of the next MIDI note (and channel). When all instruments have been assigned to MIDI notes, the LED of the Select key will be flashing. Now hit Select to confirm the assignment procedure and exit the MIDI learn function. Step key 2: MIDI note send on/off Selects whether Tanzbär Lite will transmit MIDI note numbers while the sequencer is running. Default setting = on 35 MIDI / Setup Functions MFB Tanzbär Lite Step key 3: MIDI Ctrl send on/off Selects whether Tanzbär Lites front panel controls will transmit MIDI controller data or not. Default setting = off Step key 4: MIDI Clk send on/off Selects whether Tanzbär Lite transmits MIDI clock data while the sequencer is running. Default setting = on Step key 5: MIDI Clk Thru on/off Selects whether Tanzbär Lite transmits incoming MIDI clock data to its MIDI out socket or not. Default setting = off Step key 6: MIDI Clk Receive on/off Selects whether Tanzbär Lite receives MIDI clock data or not. Default setting = on MIDI / Setup Functions MFB Tanzbär Lite Sending pattern bank By using the shift function you can send the current pattern bank to a suitable MIDI device. e.g. your DAW. • Hold Shift + press Step key 9 (Dump Patt Bank). The LEDs of the step keys visualize the progress of the data upload: The LED of the corresponding pattern that is currently being transmitted is flashing. As soon as the data transmission has been completed, the function will exit automatically. Receive pattern banks As long as the sequencer is inactive, Tanzbär Lite will always be ready to receive a pattern bank as SysEx datafile. You do not need to enable any additional functions. The LEDs of the step keys will again tell you about the progress of data transmission. Attention: When receiving a bank dump, the pattern bank currently selected will be overwritten. There is no undo! So please think (…) twice if you really want to send a bank dump to your Tanzbär Lite! Step key 7: Manual Trigger REC This function determines whether steps set „live“ in Manual Trigger mode (by step keys, or received via MIDI) will be recorded into the current pattern or not. In other words: You can enable the Manual Trigger function through this setting. If this setting has been disabled, instruments can be triggered via step keys or MIDI notes but the steps will not be recorded. Default setting = off Step key 8: Saving track mutes This function determines whether track mutes (please see page 13) will be saved into the current pattern when using the „Store Pattern“ function. The function is active when step LED #8 lights up. Please note that this function is not labelled on Tanzbär Lite‘ frontpanel. Default setting = off MIDI dump functions Tanzbär Lite allows for transmitting the current pattern bank as a MIDI SysEx datafile. Apart from that, a pattern bank, sent from a suitably equipped MIDI device, can be received by your Tanzbär Lite. These functions are only available in Play mode (see page 11). The sequencer must be inactive. 36 37 Appendix MFB Tanzbär Lite Appendix MFB Tanzbär Lite MIDI Implementation Service and terms of warranty MIDI Controller assignment Concerning service and warranty conditions, please refer to our terms of business. MIDI_CC_BD_TONE MIDI_CC_BD_DECAY MIDI_CC_BD_TUNE 2 64 3 MIDI_CC_SD_TONE MIDI_CC_SD_NOISE MIDI_CC_SD_DECAY 11 13 67 MIDI_CC_CP_DECAY MIDI_CC_CP_FILTER MIDI_CC_CP_ATTACK MIDI_CC_CP_TRIGGER 75 18 76 77 MIDI_CC_TT_TUNE MIDI_CC_TT_DECAY 19 20 MIDI_CC_CO_DECAY MIDI_CC_CO_TUNE 78 79 MIDI_CC_CO_PAN MIDI_CC_TT_PAN 82 73 MIDI_CC_CB_TUNE MIDI_CC_CB_DECAY 84 85 MIDI_CC_CL_TUNE MIDI_CC_CL_DECAY 86 87 MIDI_CC_CY_DECAY MIDI_CC_CY_TONE 88 92 MIDI_CC_CY_TUNE MIDI_CC_OH_DECAY MIDI_CC_HH_DECAY 89 90 91 The MIDI channel for controller data transfer is always the same as the channel of the corresponding instrument. It is selected with the MIDI Learn function. Tanzmaus responds to the following MIDI data: MIDI_CLOCK MIDI_START MIDI_CONTINUE MIDI_STOP MIDI_NOTE_OFF MIDI_NOTE_ON MIDI_CONTROLLER MIDI_PROG_CHANGE: 0...63 MIDI_SYSEX MIDI_SONG_POSITION_POINTER Imprint Copying, distribution or any commercial use in any way is prohibited and needs the written permission by the manufacturer. Specifications subject to change without notice. Although the content of this owners manual has been thoroughly checked for errors, MFB cannot guarantee that it is error-free throughout. MFB cannot be held liable for any misleading or incorrect information within this guide. MFB – Ingenieurbüro Manfred Fricke Neue Str. 13 14163 Berlin www.mfberlin.de All rights reserved ©2015 MFB 38 39 Tanzbär Lite
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xmp.iid:5D5DF80B08206811822AE1EE3B85142E, xmp.iid:D5EBDF5108206811822AE1EE3B85142E, xmp.iid:D6EBDF5108206811822AE1EE3B85142E, xmp.iid:636E862008206811822ACA9F85389CA3, xmp.iid:09EB653B0A206811822ACA9F85389CA3, xmp.iid:4DE0906C0B206811822ACA9F85389CA3, xmp.iid:0AAB7D350C206811822ACA9F85389CA3, xmp.iid:0BAB7D350C206811822ACA9F85389CA3, xmp.iid:0CAB7D350C206811822ACA9F85389CA3 History When : 2015:03:31 12:37:24+02:00, 2015:03:31 12:37:48+02:00, 2015:03:31 12:37:48+02:00, 2015:03:31 12:53:44+02:00, 2015:03:31 15:21:37+02:00, 2015:03:31 15:29:08+02:00, 2015:09:04 13:07:31+02:00, 2015:09:04 13:10:13+02:00, 2015:09:04 13:21:45+02:00, 2015:09:04 13:35:05+02:00, 2015:09:04 13:44:56+02:00, 2015:09:04 14:02:38+02:00, 2015:09:19 15:28:03+02:00, 2015:09:19 15:31:35+02:00, 2015:09:19 15:38:23+02:00, 2015:09:19 15:41:04+02:00, 2015:09:19 15:45:14+02:00, 2015:09:19 15:48:52+02:00, 2015:09:19 15:50:59+02:00, 2015:09:19 15:55:18+02:00, 2015:09:19 15:55:34+02:00, 2015:09:19 16:02:20+02:00, 2015:09:19 16:02:50+02:00, 2015:09:19 16:03:38+02:00, 2015:09:19 16:04:59+02:00, 2015:09:19 16:18:15+02:00, 2015:09:19 16:19:43+02:00, 2015:09:19 16:39:40+02:00, 2015:09:19 16:42:32+02:00, 2015:09:19 16:54:06+02:00, 2015:09:19 16:56:07+02:00, 2015:09:19 17:43:08+02:00, 2015:09:19 18:04:02+02:00, 2015:09:19 18:07:32+02:00, 2015:09:19 18:17:44+02:00, 2015:09:19 18:23:57+02:00, 2015:09:19 18:30:41+02:00, 2015:09:19 18:31:12+02:00, 2015:09:19 18:42:32+02:00, 2015:09:19 19:01:46+02:00, 2015:09:19 19:10:56+02:00, 2015:09:19 19:12:58+02:00, 2015:09:19 19:29:04+02:00, 2015:09:19 19:56:50+02:00, 2015:09:24 15:44:12+02:00, 2015:10:14 19:49:43+02:00, 2015:10:14 20:08:18+02:00, 2015:10:14 20:08:18+02:00, 2015:10:14 20:10:39+02:00, 2015:10:15 12:21:47+02:00, 2015:10:15 13:50:18+02:00, 2015:10:15 13:58:19+02:00, 2015:10:15 14:02:05+02:00, 2015:10:15 14:58:06+02:00, 2015:10:15 15:49:33+02:00, 2015:10:15 15:52:38+02:00, 2015:10:15 16:13:33+02:00, 2015:10:15 16:17:53+02:00, 2016:01:05 19:13:58+01:00, 2016:01:05 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