Playing and editing combinations
Editing a combination
You can create an original combination either by
editing a preload combination or by editing an
initialized combination. You can then save (write) the
Note: If a combination uses a program that was being
edited in Program mode, that program will use the
Summary of the edit pages
From the COMBI PLAY page, press the button to
enter the COMBI EDIT page. The COMBI EDIT page
lets you edit the sound in detail.
It is divided into the following groups.
IFX 1 - IFX5
For details on how to access each mode and page, refer
to "Basic operating methods"(p. 7).
Combination structure and corresponding pages
Timbre parameters, effect routing
settings, assign arpeggiators to timbres.
Assign the function of knobs 1–4 when
realtime control mode B is selected.
Arpeggiator tempo setting.
Insert effect settings.
Master effect settings.
Total effect settings.
Master volume setting.
Write a combination.
Check an external setup.
FX Control Bus
A suggested approach for
First, select a Program for each Timbre. (Note that you
don't have to use all 16 Timbres!)
Next, create any desired keyboard or velocity splits,
layers, or crossfades between the different Timbres.
After this, adjust the volumes of the Timbres, and set
up any other Timbre parameters as desired.
To add finishing touches to the sound, set up the
Insert, Master, and Total Effect as desired. These effects
can be different from those associated with the
individual Programs in Program mode, if desired.
In addition, you can make arpeggiator and controller
settings to create the finished Combination.
Note: You can use a command to copy a program's
effect and arpeggiator settings (PG p. 27