KQ Dixie Reference Manual

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Edit Screen

1. Cart button

It will transition to the cart screen.

2. Edit button

Transition to the edit screen.

3. param button

It transitions to the Param screen.

4. Setup button

Set up your app. You can set device connection settings, MIDI channel, omni mode, buffer size, simultaneous pronunciation, background audio, automatic sleep inhibition, and themes.

5. Keyboard Scaling button

Tap to enlarge/shrink the keyboard.

6. Hold button

If enabled, the key is locked when the keyboard is pressed and pressed for a long time.

7. Scrollbar

Drag right or left to move the range of the keyboard.

8. Keyboard

Tap to hear sound.

9. Pitch bend/velocity slider/modulation wheel

Drag “pitch” to move the interval in the range of pitch range. The slider on the right is the Velocity slider for Vel, and the modulation wheel for mod. When you drag “vel”, the velocity changes when you tap the keyboard.Double-tap resets to 64. When you drag “mod”, the controller setting in the function parameter of the Param screen takes some effect.

10. Instrument buttons

Displays the tone name. Tap to display the patch select screen.

11. Algorithm

Displays the algorithm and output level. Tap to display the algorithm settings.

12. Operator on off

Displays the number and output level of each operator. Tap to turn the operator on or off.

13. Envelope

Displays the envelope. An envelope represents a change, such as a volume. Generally, the volume of each operator changes as shown in the graph. Tap to display the envelope settings.

14. Frequency (Frequency)

Displays the frequency of the operator. The frequency setting is displayed when tapping. If the mode is ratio, it will appear like “f×1.0 + 4”. This means that the frequency is 1.0 times the given frequency and that the Detune is + 4. If the mode is fixed, it will appear like “100.0 Hz”.

15. Keyboard scales (KBD scale)

The ability to change the volume and speed of the envelope depending on the keyboard being pressed. See keyboard scale settings for more information.

16. Sense/Level

Amplitude modulation sensitivity, key velocity sensitivity, output level is displayed. See Sense/Level settings for more information.

17. Other

Middle C transpose, feedback level, show oscillator key synchronization. See other settings for more information.

18. Lfo

Displays the status of the LFO (Low frequency oscillator). See the LFO setting for more information.

19. Pitch Envelope

Displays the envelope of the interval change since the keyboard is pressed. 50 is the standard pitch. Tap to display the envelope settings.

param screen

20. Filter cutoff

Sets the cutoff frequency for the lowpass filter. Sounds higher than this frequency will be cut. CC # 74.

21. Filter resonance

Sets the resonance intensity of the low-pass filter. The sound around the cutoff frequency is emphasized. CC # 71.

22. Filter Overdrive

Set the strength of the overdrive. The sound is distorted when it is enlarged. CC # 92.

23. Delay Time

Set the time for the delay. The unit is 10ms. CC # 12.

24. Delay Feedback

Set the delay feedback amount. The larger the delay, the less the Echo will be. CC # 91.

25. Delay Mix

Set the volume of the delay. Zero disables the delay. CC # 94.

26. Master Tune

The tuning of the interval can be finely set. The range is ± 75 cents. Double tap to zero.

27. Pan

Sets the left and right orientation of the speaker. The leftmost is 0, the center is 64, and the rightmost is 127. Double tap makes the middle 64. CC # 10.

28. Volume

Set the volume. CC # 7.

29. Mod Wheel

Represents the state of the Modulation Wheel (CC # 1).

30. Foot

Represents the state of the Foot Controller (CC # 4).

31. Breath

Represents the state of the Breath controller (CC # 2).

32. Poly/Mono Mode

Switch between poly mode and mono mode. In poly mode, you can output more than one sound. In mono mode, only one sound is output at a time. Depending on the mode, the Portamento will change.

33. Reset button

Resets all settings on this screen to their default values.

34. Pitch Range

Sets the range of pitch bends. 0 does not take a pitch bend, with 1 half-width and 12-octave range.

35. Pitch step

If nonzero, the pitch is changed in units of this value when the pitches bend is moved. One in a semitone, twelve in one octave. If this value is nonzero, the pitch range is fixed at 12.

36. Portamento on Off

Turn Portamento on or off.

37. Portamento mode

In poly mode, Sus-key p retain and Sus-key p follow, mono mode has a fingered and full time mode. In Sus-key P retain, the pitch of the sound with the keyboard turned off is unchanged, and the portamento from the pitch of the keyboard pressed just before toward the pitch of the newly pressed keyboard. In Sus-ket P follow, the pitch of the sound with the keyboard turned off is portamento toward the pitch of the newly pressed keyboard. The pitch of the sound with the keyboard pressed does not change. In fingered, it only takes a portamento to play legato (play the next keyboard while holding a certain keyboard). Full time always takes a portamento.

38. Glissando

When turned on, it will take glissando instead of Portamento.

39. Portamento Time

Portamento set the speed. Portamento at 0 and slowest at 99.

40. Controller Range

Sets the size of the modulation wheel (CC # 1), foot Controller (CC # 4), Breath Controller (CC # 2), and after-touch effect. 0 does not take effect, and 99 is the most effective.

41. Controller pitch

Toggles whether or not to control the interval change in the LFO. When the LFO setting pitch mod sens is 0, it does not take effect.

42. Controller amplitude

Toggles whether the LFO controls the volume change. If the amp mod sens of the Sense/level setting is 0, it does not take effect.

43. Controller EG Bias

Changes the volume of the envelope. If the amp mod sens of the Sense/level setting is 0, it does not take effect. It becomes the brilliance effect when put on the modulator, and becomes the volume effect when putting it on the carrier. If EG bias is enabled and the amp mod sens of the carrier is the maximum and the controller is minimal, there may be no sound.

Cart Screen

44. Cartridge List

Displays a list of sound files stored in ICloud, Audio Unit Extension, iTunes file Sharing, and Factory presets locations. Audio unit cannot import files from itunes file sharing. Copy and use icloud or audio Unit extension. Tap to load the sound. When you tap on the store button, the 32 voice sysex data will be saved to the file.

45. Tone List

Displays a list of the currently loaded tones. You can tap to load it. When you tap on the store button, it will be saved to that location.

46. Unload button

Restores the imported tone and tone set. Please note that if MIDI output is specified, the sound data of this application will be transmitted.

47. Store button

Enable when you save the instrument set.

48. Edit/New button

Tapping the Edit button will allow you to copy and delete files. The New button allows you to save your voice data to a new file. You can set the file name, location and type of data (32 voices or one voice).

Patch Select screen

49. Tone List

A list of the currently loaded tones. Tap to switch the sound. When the store button is enabled, you can save the current tone in its place by tapping.

50. Tone name

You can set the name of the instrument. Special characters are not available for up to 10 characters.

51. Store button

Enable when you save the instrument.

52. Cancel button

Restores the imported or saved sounds and closes this screen. Please note that if MIDI output is specified, the sound data of this application will be transmitted.

53. Done button

Close this screen.

Algorithm settings

An algorithm is a way of connecting between operators. It is possible to make complex sound by selecting this.

54. List of algorithms

Select the algorithm.

55. Close button

Close this screen.

Envelope setting

The envelope changes from level 4 to level 1 at the speed of rate 1 when the keyboard is pressed, then changes to Level 2 at rate 2 speed and changes to level 3 at rate 3 speed. When the keyboard is released, it changes to level 4 at rate 4 speed.

56. Envelope graph

The envelope is a picture. You can change the value by dragging each point.

57. Rate

Represents the speed of an envelope change. Each value can be changed by pressing a button or by dragging up or down.

58. Level

Represents the amount of each point in the envelope. Each value can be changed by pressing a button or by dragging up or down.

59. Copy button

Used to copy values to other operators. Tap to save the value.

60. Paste button

Used to copy values from other operators. Tap to load the saved value with the Copy button.

61. Cancel button

Discard the changes and close the screen. Please note that if MIDI output is specified, the settings will be sent.

62. Done button

Close the screen.

Frequency setting

63. Frequency indication

Displays the frequency of the operator. If the mode is ratio, it will appear like “f×1.0 + 4”. This means that the frequency is 1.0 times the given frequency and that the Detune is + 4. If the mode is fixed, it will appear like “100.0 Hz”.

64. Oscillation mode

Sets the oscillator mode of the operator. In the case of ratio, the frequency changes depending on the keyboard you press. For fixed, the frequency is fixed, regardless of the keyboard you press.

65. Coarse

66. Fine

As the frequency doubles, the interval increases by an octave. If the oscillation mode is ratio, the coarse can be set from 0.5 times to 31 times. Fine will be doubled to 1.99 times that. If the oscillation mode is fixed, coarse the steps of 1hz, 10Hz, 100hz, 1000hz, and set it to 1 to 9.772 times fine.

67. Detune

The oscillation frequency can be shifted from-7 to + 7 (de-tune).

68. Cancel button

Discard the changes and close the screen. Please note that if MIDI output is specified, the settings will be sent.

69. Done button

Close the screen.

Keyboard scale Settings

Depending on the keyboard you press, you can change the volume and the speed of the envelope.

70. Blake Point (Breakpoint)

Determine the key that will be the center of keyboard scaling for each operator. Can be set in a-1 to C8 range.

71. Rate Scaling

The operator can be as fast as the rate of eg becomes the treble part. For example, the attenuation can be set fast in the treble part like the piano.

72. Left curve

73. Right curve

Sets the curve for each of the keyboard parts on the left and right, centering on the break point. There are four types of curves-lin,-exp, + exp, + lin.

74. Left depth

75. Right depth

Sets the depth of each curve in the range 0 to 99. Zero does not take effect, and the maximum depth is 99.

76. Cancel button

Discard the changes and close the screen. Please note that if MIDI output is specified, the settings will be sent.

77. Done button

Close the screen.

Sense/Level setting

78. Amplitude modulation sensitivity (M sens)

Sets the sensitivity to control the volume in the LFO. In addition to the LFO setting AMD, it is affected when amplitude is enabled on the controller of the Param screen.

79. Key velocity sensitivity (V sens)

Sets sensitivity to the strength of the keyboard (velocity).

80. Output level

Set the output level for each operator.

81. Cancel button

Discard the changes and close the screen. Please note that if MIDI output is specified, the settings will be sent.

82. Done button

Close the screen.

Other settings

83. Middle C Transpose

You can set the transpose. Specifies a range of ± 2 octaves where the Central de (C3) is to be transposed.

84. Feedback level

Each algorithm has an operator that takes only one feedback. Set the amount of feedback in the range 0 to 7.

85. Oscillator key synchronization (OSC key Sync)

When on, the operator always oscillates from 0 to the phase. Therefore, when the keyboard is pressed, the sound becomes constant, but noise may occur. When off, the operator can smoothly connect to the previous sound. Therefore, the tone may change when the keyboard is pressed.

86. Cancel button

Discard the changes and close the screen. Please note that if MIDI output is specified, the settings will be sent.

87. Done button

Close the screen.

LFO setting

The low Frequency oscillator (LFO) is the one that oscillates at a low frequency and changes the pitch and volume of the sound.

88. Waveform (waveform)

Select from 6 types of LFO waveforms. There are triangular wave (triangle), descending saw wave (saw down), Rose saw-up, square, square, sine wave (sine), sample & Hold.

89. LFO key Synchronization (LFO key Sync)

When on, the LFO phase is reset when the keyboard is pressed. When off, the LFO phase has nothing to do with the keyboard.

90. LFO speed

Set the LFO speed in the range of 0 to 99. 0 is the slowest and 99 is the quickest setting.

91. LFO delay

After pressing the key, set the time before the LFO takes. Pressing the keyboard at 0 will take effect immediately. The longest time to take effect after pressing the keyboard in 99.

92. Pitch modulation Depth (PMD)

Sets the depth of the LFO to the interval in the range of 0 to 99. 0 does not take effect, and 99 is the most effective. PMD is a variation of the pitch, apart from the effect of each controller.

93. Amplitude modulation Depth (AMD)

Sets the depth of the LFO to the volume in the range of 0 to 99. 0 does not take effect, and 99 is the most effective. Apart from the effects of each controller, AMD changes the volume.

94. Pitch modulation sensitivity (PMS)

Sets the sensitivity of the LFO to the interval in the range of 0 to 7. In addition to PMD, it is affected when pitch is enabled on the controller of the Param screen.

95. Cancel button

Discard the changes and close the screen. Please note that if MIDI output is specified, the settings will be sent.

96. Done button

Close the screen.