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Roland V-Combo VR-700 Splitting the Keyboard with Two Ensemble Tones

Use the following procedure to create a split with two ensemble tones.

1. With the SPLIT and LAYER buttons unlit, press the category button for the ensemble TONE you want to play with your right hand—the button lights red. This is the category button for Ensemble Tone 1.

2. Press the -/+ buttons to select a tone within the category.

3. While holding down the button you pressed in Step 1, press the category button for the ensemble tone you want to play with your left hand—the button turns green. This is Ensemble Tone 2’s button.

4. Hold down the tone-category button you selected in Step 3, and press TO LOWER/PEDAL once—the SPLIT button lights, and the second ensemble tone now occupies the lower area of the keyboard.

Note: At Step 4 above, the ORGAN ON indicator also lights to show that the pedal keyboard sound is now available for you to play bass lines along with your ensemble split if you’ve got a pedal keyboard connected.

Note: To change the split point, double-click the SPLIT button, and use the -/+ buttons to set the split as desired.

Note: To shift the octave of Ensemble Tone 1, press the OCTAVE SHIFT button and use the -/+ buttons to set the tone’s pitch as desired.

Note: You can change either sound’s tone category by repeating Step 3 above and pressing the buttons for the categories you want. Then, to select

  • Ensemble Tone 1—if the TONE indicator to the left of the display isn’t lit, press the DISPLAY button repeatedly until it is. Use the -/+ buttons to select the desired tone.
  • Ensemble Tone 2—while holding down the category button for Ensemble Tone 2, use the -/+ buttons to select the desired tone.

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