(If the separately sold EXB-SMPL option is
This key pauses playback of a song or cue list (the key
will light). Press the key again to cancel Pause (the key
will go dark).
This key rewinds playback of a song or cue list.
Rewind will occur when you press the key (the key
will light). (This will not operate during recording.)
This key fast-forwards playback of a song or cue list.
Fast-forward will occur when you press the key (the
key will light). (This will not operate during record-
1. SD card slot
You can insert an SD card in this slot.
Refer to p.14 for details on inserting, removing, and
2. USB B connector (for connecting to a
You can connect your computer to this connector.
Using a single USB cable, your TR can send and receive
MIDI information to and from a computer . This elimi-
nates the need for a MIDI interface and the associated
What is USB?
USB stands for Universal Serial Bus, and is an interface
for transferring data between a computer, a keyboard
and/or peripheral devices.
The USB connector of the TR is only able to trans-
mit and receive MIDI data.
This key resets the playback location of a song or cue
list to a speciﬁed location. You can also press this key
when "stuck notes" occur for some reason.
When you press this key in Sequencer mode, the TR
will enter recording-ready mode (the key will light). If
you then press the [START/STOP] key, recording will
When you press this key in Program, Combination, or
Global modes, a dialog box will appear. If you then
press the [F8] ("OK") key, the edited content will be
When you press this key in Sampling mode (if the
EXB-SMPL option is installed) and then press the
[START/STOP] key, sample recording will begin.
In Sequencer mode, this key starts/stops song record-
ing/playback, or cue list playback. (The key will blink
in time with the beat during recording or playback.)
In Sampling mode (if the EXB-SMPL option is
installed), press the [REC/WRITE] key and then press
the [START/STOP] key to start/stop sample recording.
In the SMPL 2.1–2: Sample Edit, Edit2 page, pressing
this key will sound the sample.
3. [POWER] switch
This switch turns the power on/off (
4. AC power supply connector (~AC9V)
Connect this to the included AC/AC power supply.
After connecting the power supply cable to TR, con-
nect the other end to an AC outlet (
5. AUDIO OUTPUT
Connect these outputs to the input jacks of your amp
or mixer. In addition to the L/MONO and R main ste-
reo audio outputs, TR provides two individual audio
outputs. The sound from each oscillator, drum, tim-
bre/track, or insertion effect can be freely routed to
any output (