8 Modes of the Roland D-110 Sound Module
Using the Roland D110 Sound Module requires a bit of patience. getting around all the menu diving can be a bit like painting your house through your letterbox. Be patient and you will be rewarded.
With the right effects and some creative thinking you can make some awesome sounds.
This may be called the normal condition of the 0-110. In this mode, you can monitor the Timbre assigned to each Part.
The Patch mode involves procedures related to the Patches, such as Reverb settings, etc.
• Patch Select mode – Turn to this mode for selecting a patch.
• Patch Edit mode – Use this mode for editting a Patch name or Reverb settings.
The Timbre mode allows you to assign a new Timbre to a Part or edit a Timbre
or Tone, etc.
• Timbre Select mode – This mode allows you to change the Timbre assigned to each Part.
• Timbre Edit mode – This mode allows you to edit a Timbre.
• Tone Edit mode – This mode allows you to edit a Tone.
[Part Mode] – The Part mode deals with the operations related to the 8 Parts and the Rhythm Part.
• Part Setting mode – In this mode, the volume or MIDI channel of each Part can be selected.
• Rhythm Setup mode – In this mode, the volume, output or Rhythm Tone assigned to Key number of the Rhythm Part can be selected.
[System Setup Mode] – The System Setup mode covers the procedures related to the D-110’s overall condition, such as tuning of all the Parts.
[Data Transfer Mode] – This mode allows you to transfer data between the D-110 and a memory card, or between the 0-110 and another device.
[Write· Mode] – Select this mode for writing your edited version of a Tone, Timbre or Patch.
[ROM Play Mode] – Turn to this mode to play the preprogrammed performance data which effectively uses the Multi Timbral function.