The Amp EG lets you control how the volume changes
over the course of a note.
Every instrument has its own characteristic volume
envelope. This is part of what gives each instrument its
Conversely, by changing the volume contour–for
instance, applying a string‐like Amp EG curve to an
organ multisample– you can produce interesting and
Use PROG. EDIT: Amp EG to adjust the envelope.
You can edit the arpeggiator used by the program.
You can choose from four preset patterns and 640 user
For more about the arpeggiator, refer to p. 50.
For more about the effects, refer to the "Using Effects"
section (p. 45).
Insert effect settings are made in PROG EDIT: IFX1–
The output of each oscillator and of the overall
program are sent to the insert effects. You can use
effect types such as distortion, compressor, equalizer,
Master effect settings are made in PROG EDIT: MFX.
Effects such as chorus, reverb, and delay are most
suitable for use with the master effects.
The output of each oscillator, of the entire program, or
of the sound that has passed through the insert effects
can be sent via "Send1" and "Send2" to the two master
effects. Any effect type can be used.
Playing programs Arpeggiator
Total effect settings are made in PROG EDIT: TFX. The
total effect is typically used with effect types such as
compressor, limiter, or EQ that add a finishing touch to
the overall sound.
Assigning functions to knobs
For each program, you can use PROG EDIT:
Knob Assign to assign the function that knobs 1–4 will
perform when realtime control mode B is selected.
1. In PROG PLAY, press the button to enter PROG
2. Use the buttons to access "Knob Assign," and
press the button.
3. Press the button to choose knob 1.
4. Use the buttons to select the function that
will be controlled by knob 1.
5. Press the button to return to the knob selection
6. Use the buttons and button to choose other
knobs and assign their functions in the same way
as you did for knob 1.
When you've finished assigning the functions of
knobs 1–4, return to PROG PLAY, select realtime
control mode B, and try using the knobs while you
Automatically importing a
program into Sequencer mode
The Auto Song Setup function automatically applies
the settings of the current program to a song.
This means that you can instantly set up a song using
the program's settings, and then begin recording
simply by pressing the Start/Stop button. Since a
performance using the program's arpeggiator can be
seamlessly shifted to song production, this lets you
instantly create a song to capture phrases, inspirations,
and ideas that occurred to you while playing a
program. (p. 43 "Auto Song Setup function")
(PG p. 30 "Tips: Auto Song Setup")