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Solo Synth Sounds for both XW-P1 and XW-G1 can go here.

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  1. Here is a simple patch to illustrate emulation of duophonic operation using the normally monophonic Solo Synth. It is able to play two pitches at once from the keyboard. If you press one key both Syn1 and Syn2 play the key's pitch, as expected. If you press two keys the first one that is detected will play Syn1 and the second one will play Syn2. If you press additional keys Syn2 will play the pitch of the last key pressed while the pitch of Syn1 will not change.
     
    While the tones used in this example are very simple there is no reason they could not be more complex with different waveforms, envelopes, filtering, etc.
     
    This tone was created on a XW-P1 but there is no reason it should not also work on the XW-G1.

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  2. The file is created for arpeggiator. But you can use it to your liking.

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  3. Just using one part of a performance, so room to add additional voices of you whish

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  4. Organ tone for Whiter Shade Of Pale

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  5. General purpose Rock Organ setting. A bit thin compared to my Nord, but has a bit of bite all the same.

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  6. I created this Solo Synth tone considering a CASIO CZ. This tone is in version XW-P1.

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  7. This tone to create rhythms using arpeggio and / or phrase sequencer. Try for you. The use of this tone is atypical. You use knobs and sliders to play it.

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  8. A hex layer Saw Synth lead with layered Va Synths.
    The last two sliders control D.S.P. Delay wet and delay time.

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  9. Two lazy-sunday patches that accompany a quick and sloppy song I did on my four track, I wanted to do some sound designing that reflex a certain kind of tune. Cant get it quiet right so I've recorded hasty that song just to hear the patches if it sound right. I've also added a solo-synth patch sexyvoice to delve deeper in the world of synth on G1 it sounds nice ).

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  10. Synth1: ReverseSaw.
    Synth2: ReverseSaw.
    PCM1: #MM Saw.
    PCM2: #CZ Saw Reso.
    NOISE: White Noise.
    This tone is created for arpeggio and to use the knobs and sliders. And it is designed to create electronic beats. Enjoy it.

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  11. An acoustic twelve string type sound, like hotel California.

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  12. Solo, A weird blustery effect.

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  13. This lead synth is from Gary Neumans song - "Cars" It is still a bit of a work in progress. If you crank the modulation wheel all the way, the sound goes all wonky. You can take it up about 1/4 of a turn to get it a bit fuller. Let me know what you think,and I'm open to suggestions on how to improve it. Or give it a go yourself with your and repost that sound. Also on the P-1 you need to play the opening sound on the highest "A' key, as A > G > D > B > G

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  14. I've got a pretty good idea of what square, saw and sine waves look like, but I've always wondered about the CZ waveforms in the solo synth; so I recorded a brief sample of each and took a screen shot of them in Audacity. Many of them seem a lot more complex compared to the standard synth waves, so not sure how I will use them other than choosing them for their raw sound. I would be interested in other people's observations and comments. Note that they are not all shown at the same scale.

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  15. I like my E.P.s with plenty of bark, so ...
    Attached is a performance that routes zone 2 through the solo synth in zone 1. Also attached is a silent solo synth patch with the distortion DSP enabled and a virtual controller routing key velocity to distortion gain. Touch sense can be altered by changing the depth parameter in virtual controller 2. Knob 2 can be used to set the gain baseline, but there's no point in setting it very high.
    Put the solo synth patch in zone 1 and whatever PCM tone you want to add distortion to into zone 2 and make sure the DSP line is on for that zone. Given that the solo synth is involved, the resonant filter is available to help tame that notorious XW distortion. This can change the character of the distortion a lot, even on the distorted guitars. EQ helps as well.
    This is also useful for quickly auditioning the effect of distortion on various tones. On the G1, the multifunction key can be set up to toggle the DSP line on zone 2 to help make the comparison.

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  16. My attempt at using the solo synth to create that classic sci fi effect when the camera pans down the dark corridors of a vast alien ship or when the slab orbits Jupiter - resonant filtered noise on the brink of self oscillation.
    Knobs 1 and 2 turn up wailing voices a la Kubrick. (This was created on a G1 so P1 owners may need to reassign PCM oscs 1 and 2 to wave 451.)
    WARNING: resonance is maxed out so keep the volume low when you first listen, especially when the wailing is turned up.

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  17. Thought I'd share my basic drum beats for using in your step sequencer. These cover MOST rock/pop/country songs. Load them in your User files for the SSEQ. To use in a song, either load them in your Performance under Sequencers...Step Seq, or you can just select the Step Sequencer after you have your performance loaded and scroll to the User files... be sure to set your tempo just before using because that info is not saved. Oh... K=Kick, S=Snare C=Cymbal, R=Rim.

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  18. I made a drum mod to use in a performance for the lowest 4 keys on the board (C2 to Eb2). I put a kick, tick, cowbell, and clap on them. I have this on my Rock Piano performance since I sometimes use a cowbell and clap, and sometimes do the count-in for a song.
    Just so you know, above the 4 keys are a few blank spaces and then the standard set continues, as well as below the C2 key. Just set your keyrangehi and low to the appropriate spots.

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  19. Three files I use in my User Effects. These are milder versions of the stock Distortion FX. The TremDist has a bit of trem that works well with guitars.

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  20. See http://www.casiomusicforums.com/index.php?/topic/8562-the-cars-lets-go/#entry27342

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