The timbre will be on, and can be played by the key-
board or by note-on messages from the MIDI IN connec-
You can switch a timbre on/off by holding down
the [EXIT/NO] button and pressing the corre-
sponding TIMBRE SELECT – button.
Loads settings from another timbre or a template.
Move the cursor to the timbre, and use the [PRO-
GRAM/VALUE] dial to select a timbre or template.
In the "Select" field, you can only select timbres
that are turned on in the current program or any
other program. When you select a timbre, the
sound parameters, modulation sequences, and in-
sert effect settings will be loaded. When you select
a sound template, the modulation sequences and
insert effect settings will be set to off.
If a drum kit is assigned to the timbre, you can se-
lect and load the timbres in other programs that
are also assigned to a drum kit, or load one of the
32 drum kits. When you select a drum kit timbre
from another program, the insert effect settings
will also be loaded. When you select one of the 32
drum kits, the insert effect settings will be turned
P03–2: OUT (Timbre Output)
These are the output-related parameters for each timbre.
1: OutBal (Output Balance)
[MainOut, M63I01...M63I63...M01I63, IndOut]
The output of each timbre can be sent to the main out-
puts, or to the individual outputs, or to both - and you
can adjust the mix between them.
The sound will be processed through the master effect
and sent from the MAIN L/MONO and R jacks.
Sets the balance between the main output sand the indi-
vidual outputs. The sound will be processed through
the master effect before being sent from the MAIN L/
MONO and R jacks.
Sends the output of the timbre to the INDIV.L and R
2: IndOut (Individual Output)
Specifies the destination of the INDIV. L and R bus.
Use "OutBal" if you've sent the signal to the INDIV.L
and R bus.
Sends the signal to the INDIV. L and R jacks.
Routes the signal to the internal bus. This lets you use
the signal as an input source for the vocoder or envelope
P03–3: ZONE (Timbre Zone)
Each timbre can be set to play a particular range of notes
on the keyboard. This allows you to create "split" pro-
grams where adjoining regions are assigned to different
timbres, or "layered" programs, where the same region
is assigned to different timbres. These parameters spec-
ify the key zone (keyboard region) in which each timbre
For more about split and layer settings, refer to p.64
"Key Zone settings."
Specifies the lowest note of the key zone where this tim-
bre will play.
Specifies the highest note of the key zone where this tim-
bre will play.
P03–4: MIDI (Timbre MIDI Parameters)
A variety of MIDI functions can be set independently for
each timbre. You can specify the MIDI transmit/receive
channel for each timbre, and whether each timbre will
receive program change messages, pitch bend messag-
es, and aftertouch messages. The corresponding MIDI
message will be received if this parameter is set to
able), or ignored if this is set to ✕ (Disable).