1 Select A19: [ComboKit] in Program Play mode.
• When you edit a Drum Kit in Global mode, the currently-selected Program settings (DRUMS
for OSC Mode) are used to produce the sound. Make sure you select a Program that contains
a Drum Kit you wish to edit.
2 Press the [GLOBAL] button to enter Global mode.
3 Press the [PAGE+] or [PAGE–] button to display 6A Drum Kit 1. (This is the edit page for
Drum Kit 1.)
4 Use the [ ] and [®] cursor buttons to select a parameter.
5 Use the [ ] and [ ] buttons to change a parameter value.
Select A19: [ComboKit] in Program Play mode.
Press the [GLOBAL] button to enter Global mode.
Each Drum Kit contains 60 indexes (#00–#59), with one drum sound assigned to each index.
Level, tuning, and decay parameters can be set individually for each index in a kit. Each index is
similar to a container that accommodates a drum sound; it appears on the LCD screen as follows:
Now, we will start editing Drum Kit 1, which is used in A19: [ComboKit].
First, to select an index to edit, move the cursor to Index on page 6A DRUM 1, and select #06,
which is an index for the snare assigned to the F2 key (the lowest F on the keyboard).
The parameters from Drum sound to Send shown above are used only for the index selected here.
If you wish to edit an index for another key, go back to page 6A to select the desired index.
Press the [PAGE+] or [PAGE–] button to display 6A Drum Kit 1.
Use the [ ] and [ ] buttons to change a parameter value.
Use the [ˆ] and [¤] cursor buttons to select a parameter.