Hola, en la pagina 1 de la seccion 17 del manual de usuario podras encontrar la configuracion del ASR-10 como teclado maestro(adjunto al presente dicha seccion con mas detalles):
Using the ASR-10 as a Master MIDI Controller
The MIDI Connection
Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) — that magical connection that lets you play one
instrument (or a whole roomful of them) from another — is a standard that has been agreed upon
by manufacturers for translating musical events into specific numbers that are transmitted and
received by MIDI instruments.
For instance, when you play middle C on the ASR-10, it instantly transmits a series of numbers
out its MIDI Out jack. These numbers represent a Key Down event, along with the location of the
note on the keyboard and how hard the key was struck. When you release the key, the ASR-10
transmits a number meaning Key Up. Any MIDI keyboard connected to the ASR-10 can receive
and translate those numbers and will play the middle C itself. The same thing happens
whenever you move a controller, such as the Pitch Bend or Mod Wheel, or when you select a new
sound — each of these events is translated into a series of numbers which are transmitted out the
MIDI Out jack.
Controlling Remote MIDI devices from the ASR-10 — MIDI Connections
You can use the ASR-10 banks or performance presets to drive external MIDI instruments, greatly
enhancing the number of available voices and timbres. With the Edit/Instrument MIDI STATUS
parameter, an instrument, and its associated sequence and song track can be assigned one of the
• EXT or MIDI status — so that it will play only out via MIDI
• LOCAL status — so that it will play only locally on the ASR-10
• BOTH — in which case it will play a local sound and will transmit on its designated MIDI OUT
When controlling multiple remote MIDI devices, first connect the various devices to the ASR-10, and to each other, as shown here. Connect the MIDI Out jack of the ASR-10 to the MIDI In jack of the first device. Then connect the MIDI Thru jack of the first device to the MIDI In jack of the second device. Connect the MIDI Thru jack of the second device to the MIDI In jack of the third device. And so on, for as many devices as you
will be using. With this arrangement, once you set up the proper MIDI channels, etc., each remote MIDI device will receive and play only the data that is intended for it, and will “pass along” all other data.
Also, each can be played from its own keyboard (as well as from the ASR-10’s) without affecting
the others, because MIDI Thru jacks only pass along incoming MIDI data, and do not transmit
what is played on the instrument.
This set up is ideal for controlling everything right from the ASR-10. Simply by making a MIDI
Instrument and setting the Instrument•Sequence Track to the same MIDI channel as a particular
instrument, you can:
• Play the remote MIDI device from the ASR-10 keyboard
• Record a sequence track that will play back on the remote MIDI device when you play the
sequence or song
• Send the remote MIDI device program changes and adjust its volume (assuming the device
receives MIDI volume)
In other words, once you have made the appropriate connections and set up the MIDI
configuration of the tracks and all remote MIDI devices, you can use the ASR-10’s keyboard and
its front panel to control and record all the remote MIDI devices in your rig.