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BOSS BR-532
Owner's Manual


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Text excerpt from page 63 (click to view)
Using the Rhythm Guide

Creating patterns
New patterns are created by simply changing the settings of the pattern that is currently selected. A total of 999 measures worth of patterns can be created. After changing the settings, the new pattern can then be saved as a user pattern or song pattern. When editing a preset pattern in order to create a new pattern (p. 63), you can have the rhythm pattern stop at the end of the song by clearing the step after the BREAK in which V1 (verse) is set (p. 64). 1. With playback stopped on the BR-532, press [PATTERN ARRANGE]. The Step Entry screen appears.
fig.R12-02

Starting measure
Set the measure where the form that is selected by the current step will start playing. * The starting measure for step 1 is always set to “001.” This cannot be changed. * You cannot set a starting measure that is equal to, or earlier than the starting measure that is set for the previous step. * You cannot set a starting measure that is beyond the starting measure of the next step.

Style
Select a style that is suitable for the kind of music you are creating. * If you set the time signature to a setting other than 4/4, the “Metro (metronome)” will be set to start playing automatically. Valid Settings: ROCK 1–6 HEAVY 1–5 BALLAD 1 and 2 R&B 1–5 FUSION 1 and 2 FUNK Cntry 1 and 2 HdRck 1–5 POP 1–8 BLUES 1–4 JAZZ 1–3 HipHop 1 and 2 HOUSE OTHER 1–3

Step

Time signature

Style

Form

Tempo

Starting measure

2. Press PARAMETER [ step to edit.

][

] to move the cursor to

“Step,” and turn the TIME/VALUE dial to select the * Press [REW] to move to the previous step and [FF] to move to the next step. 3. Press PARAMETER [ ][ ] to move the cursor to

* To insert the whole rest, set the BREAK. You can set the same time signature as “Metro.”

Form
Select a form type that fits in with its placement in the pattern. Valid Settings: IN, V1 and 2, F1 and 2, and END * You can only enter form settings when the time signature is set to 4/4. 4. Press PARAMETER [ ][ ] to move the cursor to “Step,” and turn TIME/VALUE to select the next step. * When you select the step that is not edited totally, the display shows “-” beside step number. Please move a cursor to other than step number then turn the TIME/VALUE dial one click. You will find the data of previous step.
fig.R12-03

the parameter that you want to edit and turn the TIME/ VALUE dial to change the setting. * Press [AUTO/ON/OFF] of the RHYTHM GUIDE to light the indicator and start playing the currently selected step.

Time signature
Set the time signature of the form that is selected by the current step. * To change the style/form, set the time signature to 4/4 time. If a setting other than 4/4 is set, the “Metro (metronome)” is set to start playing. Valid Settings: 1/1, 2/1, 3/1, 4/1, 5/1, 6/1, 7/1, 8/1, 1/2 to 8/2, 1/4 to 8/4, 1/8 to 8/8

Advanced Use

Tempo
Set the tempo of the form that is selected by the current step. * The tempo as indicated in the Play screen is rounded off at the decimal point (however, the actual tempo is the same). Valid Settings: 25.0–250.0 5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 above to complete the pattern as desired. * You can set up to a maximum of 50 steps.

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