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ROLAND FANTOMX6
Quick Start


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Assigning a Sample to a Pad
Now that we’ve captured and saved a sample, let’s assign it to a pad: 1. Press PATCH/RHYTHM so it’s lit. 2. Press SAMPLE LIST so it’s lit. 3. Turn the VALUE dial to select the sample you wish to assign—the currently selected sample is highlighted. Note: To audition a sample, select it, and then press and hold F8 (Preview). 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Press F7 (Load Utility). Press F2 (To Pad). Press the pad that you want to use. Press F8 (Exec) twice—“Assign to pad completed” briefly appears in the display. Press the pad to audition its sample.

Sampling
The Fantom-X contains a sampler for recording audio sources from a microphone, CD and so on. Use the following steps to sample: 1. Connect a microphone or CD player to the appropriate input on the back of the Fantom. 2. While holding SHIFT, press MIX IN. 3. Turn the VALUE dial to select the appropriate input selection. Note: If you’re using a microphone, first confirm that any connected amplifiers or monitors are turned down before selecting MICROPHONE. 4. 5. 6. Press the SAMPLING button so it’s flashing. Press F1 (Sampling). Speak into the microphone or play your external sound source while turning the LEVEL control knob clockwise to adjust your input levels.

Note: If the levels are too high, the PEAK indicator next to the LEVEL control knob lights. If this occurs, reduce the input level. 7. 8. 9. 10. Press F8 (Start). Perform or play whatever it is you’re sampling. Press F7 (Stop) when you’re finished. Press and hold F8 (Preview) to hear the sample.

Note: If you wish to keep your new sample-playing rhythm set, write it to user or card memory as described in the Fantom-X Owner’s Manual.

Assigning the D Beam
You can assign various functions to the D Beam. Use the following steps to set up the D Beam for controlling the resonance in a patch. 1. Press PATCH/RHYTHM so it’s lit. 2. Press F7 (Kbd Part). 3. Turn the VALUE dial to select PR-A: 029 Remember. 4. Press ASSIGNABLE under the D Beam so it’s lit. 5. Press F4 (Ctrl Setting). 6. Press F1 () or F2 () to select D Beam (Asgn). 7. Use CURSOR  or  to highlight the Type box. 8. Turn VALUE to select CC71:RESONANCE. 9. Play the keyboard while slowly raising and lowering your hand over the D Beam and listen to how the sound changes.

Writing a Sample into Memory
Newly recorded samples must be written into the memory before turning off the Fantom-X —otherwise, the sample will be lost. Use the following procedure to save a sample: Press SAMPLE LIST so it’s lit. Turn VALUE to select the desired sample. Press WRITE. Press F3 (Sample). Use the VALUE dial and CURSOR buttons to name the sample. 6. Press F8 (Write). 7. Press F2 to select User—if you’re using a SmartMedia card, press F3 to select Card. 8. Turn the VALUE dial to select a destination for the sample. 9. Press F8 (Write). 10. Press F8 (Exec). 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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