Selecting and playing a combination
In Combination mode you can select and play a combi-
nation from banks A–C. Select various combinations
and hear how they sound.
Selecting a combination
1 Press the [COMBI] key (the key will light).
You will enter Combination mode. Make sure that
the upper line of the LCD screen indicates "COMBI
Selecting a combination number
2 Make sure that "Combi Select" is selected.
If it is not selected, use the cursor keys [ ], [ ],
[ ], [ ] to highlight the combination name in
3 Use the VALUE controllers to select the combina-
tion that you wish to play.
p.20 "Selecting a program" 3
4 Audition the sound.
Play a note on the keyboard to hear the sound you
Selecting the combination bank
In Combination mode, you can switch banks to select
combinations from another bank.
With the factory settings, banks A, B, and C contain
5 Press a BANK [A]–[C] key to select a bank.
The key will light, and the selected bank will be dis-
played in the left of the LCD screen. For example to
select bank B, press the BANK [B] key. (The [B] key
will light, and the upper left of the LCD screen will
indicate Bank B.)
A, B, C
for preloaded combinations
(for user combinations)
A, B, C
With the factory settings, these banks con-
tain a wide variety of preloaded combina-
tions that use multiple programs, effects,
and arpeggio patterns.
128 programs can be written or rewritten to each bank
A–C (for a total of 384).
For details of the combination names etc., refer to
"VNL" (Voice Name List).
Selecting combinations by category
You can select combinations from sixteen categories in
the same way as for programs.
With the factory settings, all the preloaded combina-
tions are organized into sixteen categories. You can
choose a category, and then select from the combina-
tions in that category.
p.21 "Selecting programs by category"
Using 10's HOLD to select combinations
You can ﬁx the ten's place of the combination number,
so that a combination can be selected simply by press-
ing a numeric key once to change the one's place.
p.21 "Using 10's HOLD to select programs"
Using a connected switch to select combinations
A separately sold on/off type foot switch such as the
Korg PS-1 can be connected to the rear panel ASSIGN-
ABLE SWITCH jack, and used to select combinations.
Selecting combinations from a MIDI device
MIDI program change messages can be transmitted
from an external MIDI device, and received by this
instrument to select combinations. ( PG p.230)