The Settings screen allows you to set up various musical characteristics of this instrument.
To close this panel, tap the Done button below panel or swipe right on that panel.
This chapter includes the following sections:
The selector labeled "Attenuation" attenuates the instrument's sound by the selected amount (in decibels) without affecting the device's volume setting.
This is useful for playing at low volumes, or to match with the play-along volume.
The slider labeled "Airy Sound" adjusts the amount of airy sound that comes out on whistling.
The selector labeled "Treble suppression" reduces the volume of treble when the treble response of the device is too high and feel so loud.
The slider labeled "Reverb" changes amount of the reverb effect to the sound.
You can bypass the reverb effect moving the slider to the left end.
You can change the note range and number of keys of the keyboard.
|Keyboard Start Note||
Displays the start note name of the keyboard (the note name of the leftmost key).
By default it is set to "F5", but you can change this with the stepper on the right.
|Keyboard Size||You can select the size (number of keys) of the keyboard with the selector on the right.|
The deviation of the current pitch from standard (A=440 Hz) is displayed in cents right to the "Pitch" label.
You can adjust the pitch of this instrument with the pitch tuner.
Tap the tuning fork button to the right of the pitch display to bring up the pitch tuner dialog.
A tuning tone representing the current pitch will continue to sound while the dialog is displayed. (You can adjust the volume of the tuning tone with the "Volume" slider.)
The tuning tone's frequency and deviation from standard pitch (in cents) are displayed on the center top label.
You can adjust the pitch deviation from -100 to +100 cents using the pitch slider. You can also adjust in cent increments with the "-+" stepper on the right.
Tap Reset on the left to return the pitch to normal (zero deviation).
The note selector lets you choose tuning notes from G4 to F#5 (A4 is the default).
To match the pitch with other instruments, play the same note and adjust it so that it doesn't growl.
Tap "OK" to apply the adjustment results to this instrument, otherwise tap "Cancel".
You can change the gradient color of the screen to your liking.
Tap to the right of the "Color Palette" label to show the color palette dialog on the left.
Note: For this operation only, the settings panel will be closed at the same time.
Use the color circle on the right to select a hue, and the color grid on the left to select color saturation (horizontal) and brightness (vertical).
If you like the color of the screen, tap "OK". If you want to return to the original, tap "Cancel" to exit the dialog.