Playing and editing Programs
4. Press the Multisample popup button for
Multisample popup button
This brings up a list of Multisamples, organized by
category. Use the tabs on the left of the display to
browse through the different categories.
5. Select a Multisample by touching its name in the
list. You can also use Find to search for a
6. Press the OK button to confirm your selection.
7. Perform the same steps for multisample2,
selecting a different Multisample than for
Now that you've assigned Multisamples to
multisample1 and multisample2, let's set up the
velocity ranges and crossfades.
Multisamples have now been assigned to multisample
1 and 2.
8. Specify the velocity range and crossfade range.
Press the Velocity tab to access the OSC1 Velocity page.
Set the multisample 2 "Threshold Velocity" to 001, and
turn "Crossfade" Off.
9. Set the multisample 1 "Threshold Velocity" to 80.
You can also set "Threshold Velocity" by dragging the
bottom edge of the line graph.
With these settings, Multisample2 will sound for notes
played with a velocity of 79 or less, and Multisample1
will sound for notes played with a velocity of 80 or
The Velocity Split meter shows the oscillator's eight
multisamples and the velocity zones of each oscillator.
The meter on the left shows the note‐on velocity. This
lets you see which multisample and oscillator will
sound for that specific velocity.
10. Set the multisample 1 "Crossfade" to 20, and its
"Curve" to Linear.
The state of this split is shown visually in the screen.
The two multisamples will fade across the range from
80 to 100, with multisample 2 fading‐out while
multisample 1 fades‐in. This produces a smooth
change without any sudden switch.
11. As necessary, use the Prog P2: OSC/Pitch– OSC1
Setup page to adjust the "Level" of the two
Assigning a drum kit
What is a drum kit?
Drum kits are created or edited in Global mode. For
each note of the keyboard, you can assign up to eight
drum instrument samples, and use layering,
crossfading, or velocity switching to switch between
them. Then, in Program mode, you can adjust filter
and amp settings, and specify effects and routing to the
audio output jacks. (See page 105)
To use a drum kit in a Program, set Oscillator Mode to
Drums or Double Drums, and choose one of the 48
user drum kits or the nine GM2 drum kits.
Selecting a drum kit
1. Access the Prog P1: Basic/Controllers– Program
2. Set "Oscillator Mode" to Drums or Double
3. Select a drum kit in the Prog P2: OSC/Pitch– OSC1
4. Specify the basic pitch of the oscillator. For a drum
kit, set "Octave" to +0 [8ʹ].