Hold down a chord on the keyboard.
You will hear the arpeggio pattern.
Turn the Latch function on.
Press the [LATCH] button. When Latch is on, the latch button will light.
With the Latch on, the arpeggio will continue playing even after you remove your hand from the
keyboard. With the Latch off, the arpeggio will stop playing when you remove your hand from
the keyboard. Pressing the [LATCH] button will turn the Latch feature on and off.
Use the [TYPE/STEP REC] button to select the arpeg-
The display will show the arpeggio type.
The arpeggio type will change each time you press the
Press the PAGE [+][–] button or [EXIT/NO] button to
return to the previous screen.
Use the [TEMPO] knob or the [TAP TEMPO/REST-
TIE] button to adjust the tempo.
Turn the [TEMPO] knob toward the right to speed up the tempo, or toward the left to slow down
You can set the tempo manually simply by tapping the [TAP TEMPO/REST-TIE] button several
times at regular intervals.
The tempo you specify is shown in the upper right of the display. The TEMPO LED will blink at
quarter-note intervals of the speciﬁed tempo.
Turn the [GATE] knob to adjust the duration of the notes.
Turning the knob toward the right will lengthen the duration of the notes, and turning it toward
the left will shorten the duration.
Other settings for the arpeggiator
The arpeggiator also allows you to set the Octave, Key Sync, Scan Zone, Resolution, Swing, and whether or
not each step will be heard. For details on these parameters, refer to p.47 "Editing the arpeggiator," and p.96