You can also input a value by playing a note on the key-
board while you hold down the [ENTER] key.
■ 2.1–4b: UTILITY
☞"Write Program" (1.1–1c), "Copy Oscillator," "Swap
When selecting preloaded programs, you can play back a
pre-speciﬁed riff (phrase) that is suitable for the sound of
that program. This is called the Audition function.
When you press the [AUDITION] key to turn it on, the audi-
tion riff will play back repeatedly.
Here you can select the audition riff and specify the transpo-
2.1–5a: Audition Riff, Transpose
Selects the audition riff. The TR contains 383 audition riffs
suitable for a variety of instruments and musical genres.
( ☞ "VNL")
With a setting of 000: Off, no riff will be played.
Adjusts the pitch of the audition riff in semitone steps.
It is not possible to change the playback tempo of the
audition riff. Nor is it possible to set the arpeggiator
tempo while the audition riff is playing.
The arpeggiator will be turned off while the audition
riff is playing.
■ 2.1–5b: UTILITY
☞"Write Program" (1.1–1c)
[000: Off...383: Name]
PROG 2.2: Ed–Ctrl
These settings specify the B-mode functions of the REAL-
TIME CONTROLS knobs – in Program mode, and the
functions of the [SW1] key, the [SW2] key.
2.2–1a: Knob B Assign
Here you can assign functions (mainly various types of con-
trol change) to the B-mode of the REALTIME CONTROLS
knobs – (☞p.225 "Realtime Control Knobs B Assign
The functions you set here will take effect when you operate
the REALTIME CONTROLS knobs – in B-mode.
Knob1–B (Knob1–B Assign)
Knob2–B (Knob2–B Assign)
Knob3–B (Knob3–B Assign)
Knob4–B (Knob4–B Assign)
2.2–1b: SW1/2 Assign
These settings assign functions to [SW1] and [SW2] keys
(☞p.224 "SW1, SW2 Assign List").
Here you can assign a function to the [SW1] key.
The on/off status of the switch is saved when the program is
written. When you change the function, it will be reset to the
Speciﬁes the on/off state that will occur when you press the
Toggle: The key will alternate on/off each time you press
Momentary: The key will be on only while you continue
holding [SW1] key.
Here you can assign a function to [SW2] key.
The functions that can be assigned to [SW2] key are the
same as for [SW1] key, with the exception of SW2 Mod.
(CC#81) instead of SW1 Mod. (CC#80).
Although the following values can be selected for "SW1
Assign" and "SW2 Assign," they will have no effect in
Data is compatible between this instrument and the
TRITON Le/TRITON STUDIO and the TRITON
Extreme. Programs created on the TRITON series can
be used by this instrument.
[Toggle, Momentar y]
[Toggle, Momentar y]