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Combination P7: 7–2b, 7–3, Sequencer/Song Play P7: 7–3a,
7–4) is set to Step.
When making this setting, make sure that "Velocity" is set to
Step in the mode from which you arrived here.
Flam
Specify how the note timing will be skewed when two or
more Tones are specified in the same step.
00: All Tones will sound simultaneously.
+01–+99: The timing of the notes will be skewed in the order
of the Tone number. (When "Sort" is ON, from low note to
high note. When "Sort" is OFF, in the order in which keys
were pressed.)
–01– –99: The timing of the notes will be skewed in the
opposite direction as "+."
To simulate chords strummed on a guitar, it is effective to set
"+" values for odd-numbered steps and "–" values for even-
numbered steps.
This setting is not valid for preset patterns P00–P04.
Tone No. (Tone Number)
This is valid when "Arpeggio Tone Mode" (6–1a) is set to
Fixed Note. This selects the Tone.
Fixed Note No. (Fixed Note Number)
Specify the note number for the selected Tone. You can also
input this value by holding down the [ENTER] key and
pressing a note on the keyboard.
6–2: Page Menu Command
M
6–1A
6–1B
6–1C
6–2A
6–2A: Initialize Steps
This command initializes the step parameters ("Tone,"
"Pitch Offset," "Gate," "Velocity," "Flam") of the arpeggio
pattern.
1 Select this command to open the following dialog box.
2 Empty will initialize all tones to a blank state. Full will
initialize all tones to a full state.
3 To execute the Initialize Steps operation, press the OK
button. To cancel, press the Cancel button.
6–2B: Copy Step
This command copies the settings of a specific step. The set-
tings of two or more adjacent steps can also be copied
together.
1 Select this command to open the following dialog box.
2 In "From Step," select the range of steps that you wish to
copy.
3 In "To Step," select the copy destination step. If you
selected two or more adjacent steps in "From Step," the
steps will be copied to the specified destination step and
the steps above it.
4 To execute the Copy Step operation, press the OK but-
[–99...+99]
ton. To cancel, press the Cancel button.
6–2C: Delete Step
This command deletes the step parameters ("Tone," "Pitch
Offset," "Gate," "Velocity," "Flam") of the currently selected
step number. Subsequent steps will move one column
toward the left.
6–2D: Insert Step
This command inserts an empty step into the currently
selected step number. Subsequent steps will be moved one
step to the right.
[01...12]
[C–1...G9]
6–2E: Rotate Step
This command rotates the step settings. For example, sup-
pose there is a pattern of "Length" 4.
Executing "Forward" would rewrite the settings of Step 1 to
2, Step 2 → 3, Step 3 → 4, and Step 4 → 1.
Executing "Backward" would rewrite the settings of Step 1
to 4, Step 2 → 1, Step 3 → 2, and Step 4 → 3.
6–2B
6–2C
6–2D
6–2E
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