Using the arpeggiator while you play Performing with the arpeggiator in Combination
Specifying the range of keys that will trigger
The arpeggiator will start when you play keys inside
the range specified by the "Top Key" and
"BottomKey" settings. Keys outside this range can be
used to perform normally, regardless of the
arpeggiator on/off status.
Specifying the range of velocities that will
trigger the arpeggiator
The arpeggiator will start when you play notes with
velocities inside the range specified by the "Top Vel"
and "Bottom Vel" settings. Velocities outside this
range can be used to perform normally, regardless of
the arpeggiator on/off status.
Performing with the
arpeggiator in Combination
Combination mode provides a dual arpeggiator that
lets you run two arpeggio patterns simultaneously.
1. Press the COMBI button to enter Combination
mode, and select a combination
(p. 24 "Selecting a combination").
As you switch through the combinations, you'll
notice that the LED at the upper left of the ARP ON/
OFF button will be lit‐up for some of the
combinations (p. 54 "Linking the arpeggiator to
The arpeggiator will start when you play the
keyboard. For other combinations as well, you can
turn on the arpeggiator by pressing the ARP ON/
OFF button (the LED at the button's upper left will
2. As described in the preceding sections "Settings
via controllers" and "Settings in the display," use
the controllers and notice how the arpeggio
The ARP ON/OFF button, ARP LATCH button,
and realtime controls mode C knobs will apply to
both arpeggiators A and B. Their status is saved
when you write the combination.
Note: The latch setting can also be specified using
PROG EDIT: Arp Setup "Latch."
Selecting the arpeggiator(s) to run
Turn the "Run" setting On for the arpeggiator(s) that
you want to run. The arpeggiator(s) that are turned On
here will function when the ARP ON/OFF button is on.
However, the arpeggiator will run only if the "ARP
Assign" setting of each timbre assigns arpeggiator A
or B to that timbre ("Assigning an arpeggiator to a
Assigning an arpeggiator to a timbre
As an example, we'll assign a piano sound to timbre 1,
a bass sound to timbre 2, and assign arpeggiators A
and B to timbres 1 and 2 respectively.
1. In COMBI EDIT: Timbres ‐ Timbre01, use
"Program Select" to select a piano program.
2. In COMBI EDIT: Timbres ‐ Timbre01, set "ARP
Assign" to A.
3. With the front panel TIMBRE/TRACK LED lit,
press the 02 button to switch to timbre 2, and then
use COMBI EDIT: Timbres ‐ Timbre02 "Program
Select" to select a bass program.
4. In COMBI EDIT: Timbres ‐ Timbre02, set "ARP
Assign" to B.
Settings for each arpeggiator
5. In COMBI EDIT: Arpeggiator ‐ Arp‐A Setup or
Arp‐B Setup, make settings for arpeggiator A or B.
Set the "Pattern," "Resolution," "Octave," "Sort,"
"Latch," "Key Sync.," and "Keyboard" parameters
for arpeggiator A and B (PG p. 9).