One of the reasons why this is such a popular unit is thanks to the exceptional high quality sounds that it is able to deliver. With a brass section, harpsichord, marimba, organs, acoustic basses, percussion, super dynamic stereo grand piano, and much more, there is a lot to like here. Of course, if you are not satisfied with any of the programs you can edit them to make changes to LFOs, timbre or envelopes before storing them to one of the user locations. The 64 voices of polyphony is also very useful, but if this is not enough for your needs, there is also the option to expand these to voices.
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Basic Concepts & User Interface
First you send cc with a value of 0; then cc with a value of 0. This turns on reception for setting pitch bend with the Data controller 6. Then you send cc 6 with a value of 2 in semitones; this will give you a whole step up and a whole step down from the center. Once you put the KB3 program into Setup, you will need to program the buttons, sliders and pedals to the correct MIDI controller numbers in order for them to work the same way they do when in KB3 Mode. This setup is a good template that combines a KB3 program with a bass and a ride cymbal. The setup is designed to give you easy control over the drawbar settings for the KB3 program, and has the buttons assigned to the controller numbers needed for KB3 functions.