Mid-High, Mid-Low, Low
These are the settings for the second, third, and fourth
velocity zones. The parameters for Mid‐High and Mid‐Low
are exactly the same as those for High, as described above.
The parameters for Low are also similar to those for High,
except that Low has no settings for Bottom Vel. (which is
always fixed at 1), Xfd, or Curve.
Here you can select the multisample for Oscillator 2.
It is only available when the Oscillator Mode is set to Dou‐
ble; if itʹs not, the page will be grayed out.
The parameters are identical to those for Oscillator 1.
( "OSC1" on page 25)
This displays the pitch EG envelope specified in the Pitch
The graphic shows the shape of the Pitch EG. You can also
change the shape by using the mouse to drag each of the
Program's sounds are based on multisamples, and this page
lets you set up all of the basic multisample‐related settings.
Among other things, you can:
• Select Multisamples for the Oscillator (in a Single or
• Set the Oscillator's basic pitch
• Create velocity splits and crossfades between
What is a multisample?
A sample is a digital recording of a particular instrument or
waveform (or other natural or artificially processed sound)
recorded at a specific pitch. A multisample is a collection of
similarly voiced samples, used to create the same type of
sound ‐ piano, bass, guitar, strings, organ ‐ across the entire
keyboard, as the basis of a program. The oscillators of single
and double programs use multisamples. There are 136 mul‐
tisamples available in this instrument.
You can assign up to four multisamples to each oscillator
and switch between them by velocity.
In addition to simply starting playback from the beginning,
Multisamples can have up to 8 different pre‐programmed
alternate starting points.
The Start Offset specifies whether to use the normal start
point (Off), or to use one of the alternate start points (1st–
Some Multisamples may have fewer than 8 pre‐pro‐
grammed points, in which case only the available points can
This sets the basic volume level of the multisample. The
Amp section can modify this basic level extensively with
envelopes, LFOs, keyboard tracking, and other modulation;
for more information, please see "Amp" on page 45.
Depending on the multisample, high Level settings
may cause distortion when playing many notes at a
time. If this occurs, lower the Level.
This plays the selected multisample in reverse without loop‐
If an individual sample within the multisample is already
set to reverse, it will play in reverse without this setting.
On: The multisample will play in reverse.
Off: The multisample will play normally.
Bottom Vel (Bottom Velocity)
This sets the lowest velocity where the Multisample will
sound. High's "Bottom Vel." can be equal to, but not lower
than, that of Mid‐High.