30 VOLUME/VALUE (MUTE) A–H buttons
Within this user's manual, each button pair is marked with an
alphabetic letter (A–H). See "Display and User Interface" on
page 9 for more details.
A corresponding track name is printed over each button pair.
These names show the corresponding track the button pair
affects in the main page of the Style Play mode.
The left half is for the main page, where you can see the
Realtime tracks, and the Style tracks grouped together:
The right half is for the Style tracks page, where you can
see each of the accompaniment tracks:
See "Symbols and Icons" on page 11.
Use these buttons to perform various operations on the com‐
mands and functions appearing in the display.
SELECTING Use each button pair to select the correspond‐
ing item in the display (i.e. a track, a parameter
or a command). Use either the left or right but‐
ton in a pair.
While you are in the main pages of any operat‐
ing mode, select a track and use these buttons
to change the track's volume. Use the left but‐
ton to decrease it, or the right button to
Press both buttons in a pair to mute the corre‐
sponding track. Press both buttons again to
unmute the track.
While in the Style Play, Song Play and
Song modes, you can solo one of the tracks.
Just keep the SHIFT button pressed, and press
both of the VOLUME/VALUE buttons corre‐
sponding with the track you wish to solo.
To exit the solo mode, keep the SHIFT button
pressed again, and press both the VOLUME/
VALUE buttons corresponding to the soloed
Use each button pair to change the correspond‐
ing parameter's value. The left button decreases
the value, the right button increases it.
31 TRACK SELECT
Depending on the operating mode, this button switches
between the various tracks view.
STYLE PLAY MODE
Switches between the Realtime tracks and the
SONG PLAY MODE
Switches between the main page (showing the
Realtime/Keyboard tracks), Song tracks 1–8,
and Song tracks 9–16.
Switches between the main page, Song tracks
1–8 and Song tracks 9–16.
The TRACK SELECT LED shows the current page view:
Main page (Realtime tracks, or Song controls)
2nd page (Style tracks, or Song tracks 1–8)
3rd page (Song tracks 9–16)
32 SINGLE TOUCH SETTING
(F-1–F-4 FUNCTION KEYS) buttons
While in the main page of the Style Play or Backing Sequence
mode, these buttons select a Single Touch Setting each. Each
of the Styles includes a maximum of four Single Touch Set‐
tings (STS), to automatically configure the Realtime tracks
and effects at the touch of a finger. When the SINGLE
TOUCH LED is lit, an STS is automatically selected when
selecting a Style.
In Edit mode, these buttons double as function keys, to
select the corresponding items in the display.
With this button held down, pressing certain other buttons
will access a second function.
34 TEMPO/VALUE section
The DIAL and the DOWN/‐ and UP/+ buttons can be used to
control the Tempo, assign a different value to the selected
parameter in the display or scroll a list of files in the Song
Select and Card pages. The VALUE LED shows the status of
Turn the dial clockwise to increase the value or
tempo. Turn it counter‐clockwise to decrease
the value or tempo.
When used while pressing the SHIFT
button, this control always acts as a Tempo
DOWN/‐ and UP/+
DOWN/‐ decreases the value or tempo; UP/+
increases the value or tempo.
Keep the SHIFT button pressed down,
and press either the DOWN/‐ or
UP/+ button to reset the Tempo to the value
that's saved onto the selected Style.
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