Introduction to the KROME
The TouchView display features simple touch control
and selection of numerous features and parameters.
(See page 4)
COMBI, PROG, SEQ, GLOBAL, MEDIA buttons
KROME has five different modes, each one is
optimized for a specific set of functions.
Press one of these buttons to enter the corresponding
For more details, please see "Selecting modes" on
9. PROG/COMBI BANK
A, B, C, D, E, F buttons
These buttons select program banks A–F and
combination banks A–D (see page 21, and page 44).
You can also use these buttons to select the bank of
timbre programs in a combination, or the bank of track
programs in a song (see page 46, and page 57).
If you want to select a GM bank, use the numeric keys
(see page 22) or the Bank/Program Select menu (see
10. VALUE controllers
Use these controllers to edit the parameter that's
selected in the display.
INC and DEC buttons
0–9, –, ., and ENTER buttons
Together, these controls specify and confirm the value
of the selected parameter. (See page 10)
Compares your current edited sound to the sound
before it was edited.
For more details, please see "Compare function" on
11. PAGE SELECT, EXIT
When you press this button, a list of the pages within
the selected mode will appear in the display. Press the
button of the desired page. (See page 9)
Press this button to return to the main page of the
current mode. (See page 9)
12. Save (Write)
Use this button to save programs, combinations, global
settings, drum kits, or arpeggio patterns to internal
memory (see page 9).
You'll also use this button to save songs to media (see
When you press this button in the appropriate mode or
page, a Write dialog box will appear. Press the button
once again to save the data.
The buttons in this section are used for operations in
Sequencer mode, such as recording and playback (see
page 54). The REC (●) button is also used to save a
program or combination, or when using the Auto Song
Setup function (see page 59).
PAUSE ( ) button
LOCATE ( ) button
REC ( ) button
14. TEMPO controls
This knob adjusts the tempo of the arpeggiator, drum
track, or internal sequencer.
This LED will blink at quarter‐note intervals of the
By pressing (or tapping) this button on the beat, you
can enter the tempo used by the arpeggiator, drum
track, or internal sequencer (see page 25).
Connect your headphones here.
This jack will output the same signal as the AUDIO
OUTPUT L/MONO and R jacks.
The headphone volume is controlled by the VOLUME