A Set the "Excl Group (Exclusive Group)."
The "Excl Group (Exclusive Group)" setting is used
when you wish to group drumsamples of the same
For example if the note number to which a open hi-
hat and a closed hi-hat drumsample are assigned
are set to the same exclusive group number, they
will be grouped so that the open hi-hat and closed
hi-hat can not be sounded simultaneously, ensuring
that the hi-hat performance will sound natural.
B Use "BUS" to specify the output routing.
Set this when you wish to send the output of the
drumsample assigned to each note number to its
own insert effect or AUDIO OUTPUT (INDIVID-
UAL) jack 1–2.
For example you can specify IFX for snare-type
sounds, and L/R for the other sounds. If you want to
send only a speciﬁc drum sample to AUDIO OUT-
PUT (INDIVIDUAL) 1 and/or 2, select 1, 2, or 1/2.
These settings are valid if "Use DKit Setting"
(PROG 7.1: Ed-InsertFX, BUS page) is checked for
the program that uses this drum kit ( PG p.26, 156).
C Use "Pan" to specify the stereo output position.
The setting you make here is valid if the "Use DKit
Setting" is checked (PROG 5.1: Ed-Amp1, Level/
Pan page) for the program that uses this drum kit.
D Use "S1 (Send1(MFX1))" and "S2 (Send2(MFX2))"
to set the send levels to the master effects.
The settings you make here are valid if the "Use
DKit Setting" is checked (PROG 7.1: Ed-InsertFX,
BUS page) for the program that uses this drum kit.
E Use the Utility "Write Drum Kits" to save the data.
If you wish to change the name of the drum kit
before you save it, use the Utility "Rename Drum
Kit" ( p.43).
If you turn off the power before writing the data
into memory, your edits will be lost ( p.44 "Mem-
ory in Global mode").