Checking the structure of a user arpeggio
Let's take a look at how the combination "Category:
BASS & BASS SPLIT 039: [<Moon Jam>]" is structured.
• Select combination Category: BASS&BASS SPLIT
039: [<Moon Jam>]
• Look at the "ARP Assign" settings; notice that
arpeggiator A is assigned to timbre 3, and
arpeggiator B is assigned to timbres 6 and 7.
When you play the keyboard, arpeggiator B will
play the program of timbre 6. (Timbre 7 is a dummy
timbre used to play timbre 6. PG p. 24)
Arpeggiator A will play the program of timbre 3.
• If you turn "Run" Off for A or B, the arpeggiator
that is turned off will stop.
When you turn it On again and play the keyboard,
the arpeggiator will run.
• Take a look at COMBI EDIT: Arpeggiator ‐ Arp‐A
Setup and Arp‐B Setup parameters "Top Key" and
"Bottom Key"; note that arpeggiator A and B are
triggered by keys C4 and above.
Linking the arpeggiator to
You can specify whether or not the arpeggiator
settings that are written in a program or combination
will change when you switch programs or
With the factory settings, the former is selected. Use
the latter when you want to keep the same arpeggio
pattern running, and change only the program sound.
This setting is made in "Load ARP" (GLOBAL/
MEDIA: Basic–ARP). (PG p. 59)
For details on synchronization between arpeggiators A
and B, and synchronization between the arpeggiators and
sequencer in Sequencer mode, please see PG p. 203.