GM-70, PRO-E: Setting up the GM-70 to control a PRO-E

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Preparing The GM-70 To Control A PRO-E:

1) Press the GENERAL EDIT button and the GM-70’s display will change to: ??A
PROGRAM= ??
2) Press the FUNCTION down button one time. The MIDI mode will be flashing and
it will either say [MONO] or [POLY]. If it does not say [POLY], use the VALUE
buttons to reset it.
3) Press the FUNCTION down button one more time. The MIDI channel assignment
will begin to flash. If the Channel is not set to [1], use the VALUE buttons to
reset it.
4) Press the FUNCTION down button one time so that the [A] is flashing and use
the VALUE up button to access branch [B]. Use the FUNCTION and VALUE buttons to
select [CHANNEL=4 POLY].
5) Press the INDIVIDUAL EDIT button.
6) Use the FUNCTION button to scroll between string number [1/2/3/4/5/6] and
string select [ON/OFF]. Turn the string select [OFF] on strings [1/2/3] so that
only the low three strings trigger the arranger. The displays will look as
follows:

A 1 OFF PG 0
A 2 OFF PG 0
A 3 OFF PG 0

7) Press the FUNCTION button and the VALUE button to select branch [B]. B 3
ON PG 0
8) Use the FUNCTION button to scroll between string number [1/2/3/4/5/6] and
string select [ON/OFF]. Turn the string select [OFF] on strings [4/5/6] so
that only the high three strings play the upper/solo part. The displays will
look as follows:
B 4 OFF PG 0
B 5 OFF PG 0
B 6 OFF PG 0

9) We have now programmed the GM-70’s external branches to control the PRO-E
or RA-50. Use the write procedure, on page 20 of the GM-70’s owners manual, to
save this setup into a patch memory. You will then need to repeat this
procedure for every patch that you use to control the Intelligent Arranger.