This page lets you program the Ensemble function. This func-
tion harmonizes the right-hand melody (played in realtime)
using the recognized chords of the left-hand.
Note: The Ensemble function only works in Style Play mode, with
the Split Keyboard Mode.
Adds a single note to the melody.
Adds a closed-position chord to the melody.
Adds an open-position chord to the melody.
As the above, but with a different algorithm.
Block harmonization – very typical of jazz music.
Adds a ﬁfth and an octave to the melody, as heard
in hard rock.
Typical of jazz, this option adds two perfect
fourths under the melody.
As the above, but with notes added over the mel-
This adds a series of ﬁfths below the original
Adds one or more octaves to the melody.
This option adds to the melody line a second
note, at a ﬁxed interval set with the "Note"
parameter. When selecting this option, a transpo-
sition value appears (-24...+24 semitones to the
Typical Brass section harmonization.
Typical Reed section harmonization.
When two notes are played on the keyboard, this
option trills them. If three or more notes are
played, only the last two are trilled. You can set
the trill speed by using the Tempo parameter (see
Style Play operating mode
The played note is repeated in sync with the
Tempo parameter (see below). When playing a
chord, only the last note is repeated.
As the Repeat option, but with the repeated notes
fading away after the time set with the Feedback
parameter (see below).
If more than a single Upper track is in play, the
Upper 1 track plays the melody in mono, while
the other Upper tracks play the chord notes.
If only the Upper 1 track is in play, it plays poly-
phonically all the chord notes.
Similar to AutoSplit1, but the Upper 1 track
always plays the uppermost note.
This parameter sets the velocity difference between the right-
hand melody and the added harmonization notes.
Subtracted velocity value.
Note: This parameter only appears when the Trill, Repeat or Echo
options are selected.
Note value for the Trill, Repeat or Echo Ensemble options. This
is in sync with the Metronome Tempo.
Note: This parameter only appears when the Echo option is
This parameter sets how many times the original note/chord is
repeated by the Echo option.
Ensemble Track Assign
Use these parameters to separately set Upper tracks for the
There is no harmonization on this track.
This track is included in the harmonization.
This track only plays the Ensemble notes, but not
the original note.
Track's play/mute status.
Play status. The track can be heard.
Mute status. The track cannot be heard.