8. [VOCODER] (AUDIO IN THRU) button
This turns the vocoder on/off ( p. 13). (When on, the LED above the but-
ton will be lit.)
By holding down the [EXIT/SHIFT] button and pressing this button, you can
switch the AUDIO IN THRU setting ( p. 13).
9. [WRITE] button
Press this button to save a program or global settings you've edited
( p. 31).
10. [EXIT/SHIFT] button
Press this button to stop a Save or Utility operation.
By pressing this button in conjunction with another button, you can play a
demo or switch the AUDIO IN THRU setting.
11. [TIMBRE SELECT] lever
Use this to select the timbre that you want to edit ( p. 22).
The selected timbre is indicated by the lit LED beside this lever.
If the COMMON page setting "VOIC.MODE" is "SINGLE," the [TIMBRE
SELECT] lever does nothing.
12. [KNOB FUNCTION SELECT] dial
This dial selects the function of knobs , , and .
If the dial is set to ASSIGN, FILTER, AMP EG, or ARP, the timbre selected
by the [TIMBRE SELECT] lever will be the target of your editing, and you'll
be able to use the performance edit functions ( p. 22).
If the dial is set to EFFECT, performance editing will control the dry/wet bal-
ance for FX1 and FX2 and the parameter that's assigned to Control 1 of
If the dial is set to FULL EDIT, the knobs will operate in full edit mode,
allowing you to select a page and parameter, and to edit the value of that
parameter ( p. 23).
13. , ,  knobs
Use these knobs for performance editing and in full edit mode to select the
page, parameter, and parameter value.
14. ORIGINAL VALUE LED
This LED will light when the value of the parameter you're editing matches
the value stored in the program.
Information on the selected program is shown here. In full edit mode, the
display shows the selected page, the current value of the parameter, vari-
ous messages, or other information.
a b c d e
a: Battery empty indicator
b: Edit indicator
c: This will appear when the position of the [PROGRAM GENRE] dial,
[PROGRAM CATEGORY] dial, or [BANK SELECT] lever no longer
matches the actual program number, such as when a MIDI program
change message has been received.
d: Global indicator
e: When "KNOB MODE" is CATCH, this indicates the direction of the actual
value relative to the knob position.
f: Level meter
g, h: These areas display program information, or indicate the parameter or
16. [PITCH] wheel
This controls the pitch.
17. [MOD] wheel
This controls the depth of modulation.
18. AUDIO IN [MIC] (XLR) jack
You can connect a mic here.
If you want to use a mic connected to this jack, set the rear panel [XLR/
LINE] switch to the "XLR" position. Use the rear panel AUDIO IN [LEVEL]
knob to adjust the level.