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  1. Romuald
  2. MODX Series Synthesizers
  3. Friday, 14 January 2022
Hello,

What is small white square shown in part box telling us please?

Musicalement,

Romuald
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Bad Mister
Yamaha
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Hello,

What is small white square shown in part box telling us please?

Musicalement,

Romuald
Sorry it’s not clear what you mean by “part box”…

A white pixel in a graphic, typically means this is the currently highlighted parameter
https://yamahasynth.com/images/MontageScuba/Creepn_Worm/AmpEG.png
The white pixel is pointing out Attack Time of the Amp EG of Element 1 in the graphic. Changing the parameter value will move the white pixel.

The white pixel is located on the Decay 1 Time of the Filter EG of Element 1 as highlighted by the box. Changing the parameter value will move the white pixel.
https://yamahasynth.com/images/MontageScuba/Creepn_Worm/FilterEG.png

In the case of the FM-X SmartMorph feature, the white pixel can represent one is up to eight *source* FM programs from which the 32x32 Self Organizing Map is drawn. Each white pixel represent the parameters as set in that source program - pixel not white are derived from the ‘machine learning’ results. Running another Learn analysis will randomly move the white pixel associated with that particular source program -thus altering the entire map.
https://yamahasynth.com/images/Mastering_MONTAGE_Smart_Morph/SmartMorph007.png

If you record something to a Pattern Sequencer SCENE, the Part’s “Type/Name” box will show a white square (next to the Part/Track #) to indicate MIDI data exists on the corresponding Track… shown below each of the 4 Parts have MIDI data on their corresponding Track
https://yamahasynth.com/images/MONTAGE_PATTERN_OSv3.5/Pattern006.png

Touch the “Edit/Job” box > “Overview” > the overview has white boxes for each Track, 1-16; for each Scene, 1-8, that contains recorded MIDI data.
https://yamahasynth.com/images/Divide_Drum/divide1.png
Shown above is an example where a Drum Kit was divided out to separate Tracks — you can see which Tracks of each Scene contain recorded MIDI data.

If you mean something other than this please describe what screen you are viewing…
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If you record something to a Pattern Sequencer SCENE, the Part’s “Type/Name” box will show a white square (next to the Part/Track #) to indicate MIDI data exists on the corresponding Track… shown below each of the 4 Parts have MIDI data on their corresponding Track
https://yamahasynth.com/images/MONTAGE_PATTERN_OSv3.5/Pattern006.png

This is the one, thanks for your reply :)
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