4 In "To Combination," select the writing destination.
5 To execute the Write Combination command press the
OK button. To cancel, press the Cancel button.
When you press the front panel [REC/WRITE] key, the
"Update Combination" dialog box will appear. Here
also you can write to the currently selected combina-
0–1B: Solo Selected Timbre
The Solo function will be switched on/off each time you
select this command.
If this is checked, the Solo function will be on, and only the
currently selected timbre will sound. All other timbres will
be muted. To solo another timbre, select a parameter for that
timbre. "Selected Timbre Information" (0–1c) will indicate
[Solo]. To cancel the Solo function, select the "Solo Selected
Timbre" page menu command once again. This command is
not available in tabs or pages that do not contain parameters
for individual timbres.
If a timbre that is muted by the Solo function has been
set to a "Status" (0–1f, 2–1a) of EXT or EX2, MIDI note-
on/off messages will not be transmitted by that timbre.
Here you can set the pan and volume for each timbre 1–8.
0–2a: Program Category
Part of the program category name for the timbre program is
0–2b: Pan (Panpot)
Set the pan for each timbre 1–8.
This parameter is linked with "Pan" (1–1c).
L001...C064...R127: A setting of L001 is far left and R127 is
far right. A setting of C064 will reproduce the pan setting
that was made for the oscillator in Program mode.
OSC1: Amp1 Pan=L001
OSC2: Amp2 Pan=R127
OSC1: Amp1 Pan=C064
OSC2: Amp2 Pan=C064
If a mono-type insertion effect is inserted, the setting you
make here will be ignored. In this case, the "Pan (CC#8)" (8–
2) parameter in Insert FX tab will adjust the panning of the
sound after the insertion effect ( p.149 "3. Mixer").
RND: The oscillator pan will change randomly at each note-
If "Status" (0–1f, 2–1a) has been set to INT, MIDI con-
trol change #10 (panpot) messages can be received to
control the setting. CC#10 values of 0 or 1 will place the
sound at far left, 64 at center, and 127 at far right.
Pan can be controlled by messages received on the
"MIDI channel" (2–1a).
Adjust the volume of each timbre 1–8.
This parameter is linked with "Volume" (1–1d).
The volume of each timbre is determined by multiply-
ing this volume value with the MIDI volume (CC#7)
and expression (CC#11). If "Status" (0–1f, 2–1a) has
been set to INT, incoming MIDI CC#7 or CC#11 mes-
sages will control the volume of a timbre. (However
these messages will not affect the setting of this param-
If "Status" is EXT or EX2, the value of this parameter
will be transmitted as MIDI CC#7 when the combina-
tion is changed. However this will not be transmitted
by a timbre that is set to the same MIDI channel as the
global MIDI channel. This message is transmitted on
the "MIDI channel" (2–1a) speciﬁed for each timbre.
Checked: When any one of the volume sliders is moved, the
volume of the other timbres will change as well. The volume
balance of timbres 1–8 will be maintained. This is useful
when you wish to adjust the overall volume.
OSC1: Amp1 Pan=L032
OSC2: Amp2 Pan=R096