The harmony tables in user RAM (tables 4 - 9) can be personalized by simply inputting 5 new notes for each chord in the scale:
Follow these easy steps:
a) Use the panic function to reset the instrument to well-known conditions first (s.3.1)
b) Now activate 5-part DYNAMIC HARMONY (s.4.1)
c) Select a harmony table in user RAM (tables 4 -9) that you intend to modify (s.4.4)
d) Play some chords to familiarize yourself with the selected harmonization technique and to find out which chord (s) you would like to modify.
e) Now activate the INPUT fingering:
low D, low Bb & press Eb/C at once get ready for note input

f) Now (one by one) play 5 STACCATO notes in the following order:

- - lead voice (melody note)
- - 3rd voice (!)
- - 2nd voice (!)
- - 4th voice
- - 5th voice
g) Finally repeat the same lead note and listen to the resulting chord that you have just built!  If the resulting chord is not exactly what you intended, just repeat steps e)throughg) until the new chord lives up to your expectations.

(!)  The 3rd voice has to be played prior to the 2nd voice in order to be correctly used with 2-voice and 3 voice playing.

(!)  User input chords are stored to memory instantly and replace any previous chord at that space.

(!)  A Total Memory Reset (s. 3.7) restores all original chords by copying the EPROM into the user RAM, so that at any point, factory settings can be restored.

M U S I C A L   A P P L I C A T I O N S

- A tremendous field for experimentation opens up with Personal Harmony.

- Please note, that every chord that has just been established can be applied with all other chord variation techniques given in that book.

- Individual notes or, in fact, all harmony voices can also be input ABOVE the melody note. A special case is unison, where all (identical) input notes are layered to thicken one sound.