In order to play the sounds and arpeggiator in the
same way as in Combination mode, set "Track
Select" to the track that matches the global MIDI
channel. When you play the keyboard, the sounds
will be heard just as in Combination mode.
6 Begin recording.
Press the [LOCATE] key to set the location to
Press the [REC/WRITE] key, and then press the
If you play a B3 note or lower during the pre-count
before recording, the arpeggio pattern will start
from the beginning at the moment that recording
begins. Record your performance.
7 When you are ﬁnished performing, press the
If you made a mistake or want to re-record, you can
use the Compare function (press the [COMPARE]
key) to re-record as many times as you want. (The
"MultiREC" check box will be unchecked when you
use Compare, so you will need to check it again.)
If the recorded performance is not reproduced cor-
rectly during playback
If you use the Utility menu command "Copy From
Combination" to copy the settings of a combination,
and then perform multi-track recording with the
arpeggiator turned on, there may be cases in which the
performance during recording is not reproduced by
Multiple tracks that are set to the same MIDI channel
are combined into a single stream of performance data
during recording. If there is a track with the same MIDI
channel as the track being played by the arpeggiator,
the data played by the arpeggiator will be combined
with the performance data that was played manually,
and all of this data will be sounded by each track of the
same channel (if "Status" is INT).
In such cases, you can solve the problem by changing
the MIDI channel of the track that is played by the
arpeggiator, and then creating a track that will drive
If the recorded performance is not reproduced by the
playback, check the following conditions.
• SEQ 6.1: Arp., Setup page
"Arpeggiator Run" A, B, and "Assign" settings
• SEQ 3.1: Param1, MIDI page "MIDI Channel" settings
If "Arpeggiator Run" A and B are checked, and the
arpeggiator is assigned to a track, make sure that
"MIDI Channel" is set to other than 01.
Make sure that the global MIDI channel (GLOBAL
2.1: MIDI, "MIDI Channel") is set to 01.
If either "A" or "B"
01 02, 01 03, etc. No correction required
If both "A" and "B"
01 02, 01 03, etc. Correction required for
01 02 03, etc.
If the "MIDI Channel" of multiple tracks operated by the
arpeggiator is set only to 01, refer to the lines for "01 only."
If the "MIDI Channel" settings are 01 and one other chan-
nel, such as 01 and 02, or 01 and 03, then refer to the lines
for "01 02, 01 03 etc." If the "MIDI Channel" settings are 01
and multiple other MIDI channels, such as 01 and 02 and
03, then refer to the line for "01 02 03, etc."
Correction is necessary only if the tracks operated by a sin-
gle arpeggiator are using only "MIDI Channel" 01. In
some cases, correction may also be necessary if the two
arpeggiators use the same MIDI channel.
Depending on the combination settings, it may
also be necessary to change the track settings as
In the screens shown above, combination B071: "In
the Pocket" has been copied using "Copy From Com-
bination." As described in steps 1 and 2 of the proce-
dure given earlier, try actually copying this to see for
yourself. For the arpeggiator settings of this combina-
tion, refer to p.101. Taking this setting as an example,
determine whether correction is necessary, and if nec-
essary, what needs to be corrected.
"Arpeggiator Run" A and B are checked, and "MIDI
Channel" 01 and 02 are selected. Corrections must be
made. Correction is necessary for one of the arpeggia-
tors. If you perform multi-track recording with these
settings, the MIDI channels of T01, 02, 03, 04, 05, and 06
are the same, so the low-register bass (T01 and T02),
the high-register synth brass/pad (T03, T04 and T06),
and the synth mallet played by arpeggiator B (T05) will
have their performance data combined into one
stream, and the performance will not be reproduced at
playback. (T08 is a dummy track used to trigger arpeg-
1 So that the synth mallet played by arpeggiator A
can be recorded separately, change the MIDI chan-
nel of T05.
Select the SEQ 3.1: Param1, MIDI T01-08 page, and
change the T05 "MIDI Channel" to 03.
2 Add settings for triggering arpeggiator A.
Select the SEQ 3.1: Param1, MIDI T09-10 page, and
for track 9 (or any unused track), turn "Status" Off,
and set the "MIDI Channel" to 01.
(T09 will be a dummy track used to trigger arpeg-
No correction required/