KX76/KX88 Assigning a Preset Controller Code to a Programmable Control

Last Update: 11/30/2012

By assigning a Preset Controller Code, the user can customize the available MIDI Controls (i.e. Wheels, Switches, Sliders, Foot Controls, etc.)

1) Press the [MODE] button to enter 'Controller Assign' (CA) mode. The top LED display should blink 'CA' and the 'Controller' LED should be lit.


2) Press one of the numbered buttons which corresponds to the desired MIDI Control. The text along the top of the 'Bank A Program Select' buttons indicates the MIDI Control to which the Control Code will be assigned.

3) Use the 'Bank B Program Select' buttons to enter a Controller Code. (See table below). This operation uses the small numbers located above the 'Bank B Program Select' buttons. Once two numbers have been entered, the LED returns to 'Control Assign' (CA) mode.

NOTE: In some cases, when a MIDI Control requires two Controller values (i.e. Toggle Switch TS1 or TS2), the first value appears in the top LED and the second in the bottom LED. After the first value is set, the second value is automatically selected for editing.

4) Press the [MODE] button again to exit the 'Controller Assign' (CA) mode.
EXAMPLE: Assigning Volume to 'Continuous Slider 1' (CS1) located to the top left of the KX88.


5) Press the [MODE] button to enter the 'Controller Assign' (CA) mode. The top LED should blink 'CA' and the 'Controller' LED should be lit.

6) Press the [5] button (CS1) in 'Bank A Program Select' (the top Bank of assign buttons) to select Continuous Slider 1. The bottom LED display should be blinking and selected for editing.

7) Press the [2] button (value = 1) and the [8] button (value = 7) to enter '17' Volume (see table below for a list of Codes).

NOTE: This operation uses the small numbers located above the 'Bank B Program Select' buttons.

8) Press the [MODE] button again to exit the 'Controller Assign' (CA) mode.

EXAMPLE: Assigning 'Soft On' and 'Soft Off' to 'Toggle Switch 1' (TS1) located to the top left of the KX88.

1) Press the [MODE] button to enter the 'Controller Assign' (CA) mode. The top LED display should blink 'CA' and the 'Controller' LED should be lit.

2) Press the [TS1] button (Toggle Switch 1) to the left of the display. The first value LED should be blinking and selected for editing.

NOTE:
Assigning a Preset Controller code to the Toggle Switches (TS), requires entering a value in both the top and bottom LED displays.

3) Press the [3] button (value = 2) and the [5] button (value = 4) to enter '24' Soft On (see table below for a list of Codes) into the top LED display. The selected LED display (the one blinking) will switch to the bottom LED display.

4) Press the [3] button (value = 2) and the [6] button (value = 5) on the to enter '25' Soft Off (see table below for a list of Codes) into the bottom LED display.

NOTE: This operation uses the small numbers located above the 'Bank B Program Select' buttons for BOTH the top and bottom LED display entries.

5) Press the [MODE] button again to exit the 'Controller Assign' (CA) mode.

TIP: For further examples on this topic, see the Owner's Manual, p.14-16.

Reference: Owner's Manual, p.9, 14


No.

Function

No.

Function

00

Single

20

Sosten On/Off

01

Dual

21

Sosten On

02

Split/S. Point

22

Sosten Off

03

Swap Channel

23

Soft On/Off

04

MIDI Ch

24

Soft On

05

Transpose

25

Soft Off

06

-----

26

Increment

07

Load

27

Decrement

08

A Oct Up

28

Local On

09

B Oct Up

29

Local Off

0A

A Oct Down

2A

Omni On

0B

B Oct Down

2B

Omni Off

0C

Ch Inc 1

2C

Mono 1

0D

Ch Dec 1

2D

Mono 2

0E

Ch Inc 2

2E

Poly

0F

Ch Dec 2

2F

-----

10

Pitch Bend

30

Song Select

11

Mod Wheel

31

MIDI Clock

12

Breath Ctrl

32

Start

13

After Touch

33

Continue

14

Foot Ctrl

34

Stop

15

Porta Time

35

-----

16

Data Entry

36

Tune Request

17

Volume

37

System Reset

18

Sustain On/Off

38

Master Tune

19

Sustain On

39

Dual Mode Detune

1A

Sustain Off

3A

LFO Speed

1B

Porta On/Off

3B

LFO Delay Time

1C

Porta On

3C

Pitch Mod Depth

1D

Porta Off

3D

Amp Mod Depth

1E

-----

3E

Universal 1

1F

-----

3F

Universal 2

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