4. "Arpeggiator Select" will automatically be set to A
when you navigate to this page from Program
5. In "Pattern," select the arpeggio pattern that you
wish to edit.
For this example, select an empty user arpeggio
If a blank pattern is selected, playing the keyboard
will not start an arpeggio. Although preset
arpeggio patterns P0–P4 can be selected, they
cannot be edited.
When you edit a user arpeggio pattern, the
changes will have an effect anytime that this
pattern is used in Program, Combination, or Song.
6. In "Length," specify the length of the pattern.
After the pattern has played for the length specified, it
will return to the beginning. This setting can also be
changed during or after editing. For this example, set it
Set knob 4 (STEP) to the center position (12
o'clock) so that the values of the "Length" and
"Resolution" parameters (Global P6: Arpeggio
Pattern‐ Setup page) will be used.
Note: For the preload arpeggio patterns U0000(INT)–
U0899(INT), simply changing the "Length" can
significantly change the character of the pattern. Try
changing the length and listening to the result. (See
"Length (Pattern Length)" on page 211 of the
7. Make settings for the " (Tempo)," "Resolution,"
"Octave," "Sort," "Latch," "Key Sync.," and
These are program parameters, but they can be set
from here as well.
If after accessing this page from Program mode,
you modify these parameters and wish to keep
your changes, return to Program mode and write
the program. These parameters are not saved by
"Write Arpeggio Pattern."
For this example, make the settings shown display step
8. In Arpeggio Pattern Setup, specify how the
arpeggio will be developed.
9. Press the
button to select Edit dialog.
A pattern consists of Steps and Tones.
• Step: Each user arpeggio pattern has up to 48 steps.
Starting with the first step, the arpeggiator will play
notes at intervals of the note value specified by
Resolution. The vertical lines of the grid indicate
Use Step to select the step; then specify Pitch Off‐
set, Gate, Velocity and Flam for each step.
You can also select the step by pressing the Step line
in the parameter view at the bottom. You can also
edit by dragging in the parameter view.
Press the button to the left of the parameter view to
switch between Pitch (Pitch Offset) → Gate (Gate)
→ Vel. (Velocity) → Flam (Flam).
• Tone: Each step can sound a chord of up to 12 tones
(Tone No. 00–11). By touching and dragging the
overview on the right part of the screen or by using
the zoom scroll buttons above it, select the location
for entering tones in the zoom view below. Press
the touch grid to enter tones.
When Step is selected, you can also enter tones by
using the numeric keys 0–9 and the "–" and "." but‐
Note: The Tone No. corresponds to the numeric keys
0–9 and the "–" and "." buttons as shown below. Each
time you press a numeric key 0–9 or a "–" or "." button,
the corresponding tone will turn on or off. The
horizontal lines of the grid in the center of the display
correspond to tones.
Tone00–09: 0–9 buttons
Tone10: – button
Tone11: . button
Alternate: Set or reset the tone.
Pen (set only): Set the tone.
Erase (reset only): Reset the tone.
Tool: Opens the tool tablet. The tool tablet lets you
use various commands in a region you've specified in
the overview, or to copy and paste (see "Tool Tablet"
on page 214 of the Parameter Guide).
Creating an example pattern
1. Press the alternate button.
2. Enter tones in the touch grid as shown in the