Unchecked: Only the arpeggiated notes will sound.
Changing the duration of the arpeggiated
The P7: ARP/DT– ARP Setup Gate parameter specifies
the duration of the arpeggiated notes. With a setting of
000–100(%), the duration will always be the specified
gate time. Step is available if you've selected
U0000(INT)–U1027(USER) as the Pattern; the gate
value specified for each step will be used.
You can also control this by using the arpeggio control
(ARP) GATE knob (see page 86).
Specifying the arpeggio pattern's velocity
and other settings
In P7: ARP/DT– ARP Setup, the Velocity parameter
specifies the velocity of the arpeggiated notes. If you
choose a value in the range of 001–127, that velocity
value will always be used. If you choose Key, the
velocity value of how you played the key will be used.
Step is available if "Pattern" is set to U0000(INT)–
U1027(USER); this causes the velocity value specified
for each step to be used.
"Swing" offsets the timing of arpeggiated notes that
are even‐numbered (counting from the beginning).
"Velocity" and "Swing" can be controlled by knobs 2
and 3 respectively when SELECT is set to ARP.
Specifying the zone where the arpeggiator
In P7: ARP/DT– ARP Scan Zone you can specify the
range of notes (keys) and velocities where the
arpeggiator will function.
Using the arpeggiator in
In Combination mode the KROME provides dual
arpeggiators, allowing you to run two arpeggio
1. In Combination mode, select a combination (see
"Selecting Combinations" on page 43).
As you select various combinations, you'll notice that
the ARP button LED will light up for some
combinations (see "Linking the arpeggiator to
programs or combinations" on page 91).
When you play the keyboard, the arpeggiator will
start. Even for other combinations, you can turn the
arpeggiator on by pressing the ARP button (the LED
will light up).
2. Listen to how the arpeggio can be modified as
described in the "Using knobs 1–4 to control the
arpeggiator" (above) and "Selecting an arpeggio
pattern and specifying its function" sections
The ARP button, TEMPO knob, TAP button, and
control surface ARP will apply to both
arpeggiators A and B. Their state is saved when
the combination is written.
Selecting an arpeggio pattern and
In the Combi P0: Play– Arpeggiator page you can
select an arpeggio pattern and specify how the
arpeggiator will function.
• In Combi P0: Play, press the ARP A tab or the ARP
B tab to select the Combi P0: Play– Arpeggiator A
or B page.
Select the arpeggiator(s) that will run
Use the Arpeggiator Run check boxes to specify the
arpeggiator(s) that you want to have running. The
arpeggiator(s) that are checked here will run when the
ARP button is on. However, the arpeggiator will only
play a timbre if the table next to the check boxes
assigns arpeggiator A or B to a timbre: T 1–16. You
change these settings in Combi P7: ARP/DT– ARP
Setup T01–08, T09–16 page Arpeggiator Assign (see