Adjusting the Attack of Programs
Let's use Program A01: X Piano to edit the speed at which the attack part of the sound reaches its
Note: If Program A01 is not X Piano, a Program from Preset b may have been loaded. In this
case, load the Program from Preset a before editing (page 20).
1 Select A01: X Piano in Program Play mode.
2 Press the [EDIT] button to enter Program Edit mode.
To edit a Program, ﬁrst select a desired Program in Program Play mode, then select Program Edit
3 Press the [PAGE+] or [PAGE–] button to select 5A VDA1 EG on the screen.
• Program A01: X Piano is a Single mode Program. If you have selected a Double mode
Program, which has more display pages, select page 8A.
4 Press the [ ] and [®] buttons to select AT. (Usually, the cursor will already be located on the
• The AT parameter is used to set the attack time. (See page 90.)
5 Use the [ ] and [ ] buttons to set the AT value.
Select a Program in Program Play mode.
Press the [EDIT] button to enter Program Edit mode.
Play the keyboard and listen to the sound while changing the AT value. A higher value will
produce a slower attack. When it reaches about 50, the piano Program starts to sound more like a
cello. Even editing the attack time alone can change the sound characteristics.
Now set the AT parameter back to 00.
In this way, you can edit the parameters in Program Edit mode using the [PAGE+] and [PAGE–]
buttons to select a page, [ ] and [®] buttons to select a parameter, and the [ ] and [ ] buttons to
set the value.
Press the [PAGE+] or [PAGE–] button to select the page.
05A VDA1 EG
AT00 AL99 DT15
Use the [ ] and [ ] buttons to set the value.
Press the [ˆ] and [¤] buttons to select the parameter.