In the P03–1: TIMBRE – TMBR tab page, use the
"Select" ﬁeld of timbre 1 to select a bass-type sound.
Use the "Select" ﬁeld of timbre 2 to select an electric-
Use the "Select" ﬁeld of timbre 3 to select a strings-
Setting the MIDI channel for timbres 1–3
In the Program Edit mode, go to the P03–4: TIMBRE –
MIDI tab page and use "Ch" to set the MIDI channel
for each timbre.
Set each timbre to the same MIDI channel. For this
example, set all of them to GLB.
Setting the key zone for each timbre
In the Program Edit mode, go to the P03–3: TIMBRE –
ZONE tab page and use "Bottom" and "Top" to set the
key zone for each timbre.
For this example, make the following settings.
Timbre 1: "Bottom"=C-1, "Top"=B3
Timbre 2: "Bottom"=C4, "Top"=G9
Timbre 3: "Bottom"=C4, "Top"=G9
In addition to using the [PROGRAM/VALUE] dial for setting bottom and top notes, you can also
hold down the [EDIT/YES] button and play the note directly on the keyboard.
Return to the Program Play mode, and play the keyboard.
Notes from C-1 to B3 will play only the bass sound, and notes from C4 to G9 will play electric
piano and strings sounds.
Step sequencer Start settings
As a continuation of the above program settings, let's assign a drum kit to timbre 4, and make settings so
that a step sequencer assigned to a pattern will start when you play a note in a specific region.
Key Zone settings