• Set the Program to play polyphonically or
Voice Assign Mode
Voice Assign Mode (Mode)
( "Voice Assign Mode (Voice Mode)" on page 16)
Poly Legato is available when the Voice Assign Mode is set
Legato means playing notes so that they are smooth and
connected; the next note is played before the last note is
released. This is the opposite of playing detached.
On: When you play a legato phrase, only the first note of
that phrase (and other notes played within 30 msec of that
note) will use the multisample start point specified by "Start
Offset" (page 26); subsequent notes will use the legato start
point specified by each multisample.
This is a useful way to simulate the percussive attack of a
Off: Notes will always use the setting of the "Start Offset,"
regardless of whether you play legato or detached.
With some Multisamples, Poly Legato may not have
Single Trigger is available when the Voice Assign Mode is
set to Poly.
On: When you play the same note repeatedly, the previous
note will be silenced before the next note is sounded, so that
the two do not overlap.
Off: When you play the same note repeatedly, the notes will
( "Mono Legato" on page 16)
This parameter is available only when Mono Legato is On.
Normal: When you play legato, the multisample, envelopes,
and LFOs will not be reset; only the pitch of the oscillator
will change. This setting is particularly effective for wind
instruments and analog synth sounds.
With this option, the pitch may occasionally be incor‐
rect, depending on which multisample you play, and
where on the keyboard you play.
Use Legato Offset: When you play legato, the second and
subsequent notes will use the legato start point specified for
each multisample, rather than the "Start Offset" (page 26)
This is effective when used with a multisample for which
you've assigned a specific legato offset point. For example,
you might use it to control the attack of a breathy, slow‐
attack sax sound. On some multisamples, this will have no
Envelopes and LFOs will still be reset, as they are with
[Normal, Use Legato Offset]
Priority is available when the Voice Assign Mode is set to
This parameter determines what happens when more than
one note is being held down.
Low: The lowest note will sound. Many vintage, mono‐
phonic analog synths work this way
High: The highest note will sound.
Last: The most recently played note will sound.
( "Unison" on page 16)
Voices (Number of Voices)
( "Voices (Number of Voices)" on page 16)
( "Detune [cents]" on page 16)
( "Thickness" on page 16)
[Low, High, Last]