MFC10 Setup List

Last Update: 12/15/2003

The following is a complete list of all the assignable functions to the 'Yamaha MFC10 remote foot controller' via the Yamaha Tyros' MFC10 setup window.
FOOT SWITCH SETTINGS
There are 30 separate definable foot switches. Each is assignable to a MIDI note number, MIDI input and channel The following functions can be assigned to any one:
  • Off
  • Sustain
  • Sostenuto
  • Soft
  • Portamento
  • DSP RIGHT 1
  • DSP RIGHT 1 VAR
  • DSP RIGHT 2
  • DSP RIGHT 2 VAR
  • DSP RIGHT 3
  • DSP RIGHT 3 VAR
  • DSP LEFT
  • DSP LEFT VAR
  • DSP microphone
  • Harmony/Echo
  • Vocal Harmony
  • TALK
  • Score page +
  • Score page –
  • Song start/stop
  • Style start/stop
  • Tap Tempo  
  • Sync Start
  • Sync Stop
  • INTRO 1
  • INTRO 2
  • INTRO 3
  • MAIN A
  • MAIN B
  • MAIN C
  • MAIN D
  • Fill Down
  • Fill Self
  • Fill Break
  • Fill Up
  • ENDING 1
  • ENDING 2
  • ENDING 3
  • FADE IN/OUT
  • Fingered/Fingered on Bass  
  • Bass Hold
  • Percussion 1
  • Percussion 2
  • Percussion 3
  • RIGHT 1 ON/OFF
  • RIGHT 2 ON/OFF
  • RIGHT 3 ON/OFF
  • LEFT ON/OFF
  • OTS+
  • OTS-
  • OTS 1
  • OTS 2
  • OTS 3
  • OTS 4
  • Registration +
  • Registration –
  • Registration 1
  • Registration 2
  • Registration 3
  • Registration 4
  • Registration 5
  • Registration 6
  • Registration 7
  • Registration 8
  • Transpose +
  • Transpose –
  • MULTIPAD 1
  • MULTIPAD 2
  • MULTIPAD 3
  • MULTIPAD 4
  • Multipad stop
  • Song control SP1
  • Song control SP2
  • Song control SP3
  • Song control SP4
  • Song Control Loop
FOOT CONTROLLER SETTINGS (analog variable inputs)
There are 5 definable foot controller settings (assignable to different parts):
  • Off Modulation
  • Breath Control*
  • Foot Control*
  • Portamento time*
  • Volume Pan Expression Sustain*
  • Portamento Switch Soft*
  • Harmonic content
  • Release time
  • Attack time
  • Brightness
  • Reverb send
  • Chorus send

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