Use MFX1 Send "Send1" and "Send2" (PROG 7.1–1a) to
specify the send level for the Master Effects. This setting is
effective if "BUS Select" (PROG 7.1–1a) is set to L/R or Off.
If "BUS Select" is set to IFX, use "S1 (Send1(MFX1))" and
"S2 (Send2(MFX2))"(PROG 7.1–2) for the post-IFX signal
( ☞ "3. Mixer").
Send Level 1 can be controlled by MIDI Control Change
CC#93, and Send Level 2 can be controlled by MIDI
Control Change CC#91. At this time, the actual send
level is determined by multiplying the Send Level 1 or 2
value of the oscillator with the Send Level 1 or 2 value
received via MIDI.
— Settings for drum programs —
If you have selected "Drums" for "Oscillator Mode" (PROG
2.1–1a) of a Program, the "Use DKit Setting" (PROG 7.1–1b)
box becomes available. If you check this box, "BUS Select"
(GLOBAL 5.1–3a) for each key of the selected DrumKit
becomes effective. For example you can send snare-type
sounds to IFX to apply a gate effect, and send the other
sounds to AUDIO OUTPUT (MAIN) L/MONO and R with-
out applying the insert effect. If you de-select the box, all
drum instrument outputs are sent to the bus speciﬁed by
"BUS Select" (PROG 7.1–1a). You may apply the Insert Effect
to all drum instruments, regardless of the DrumKit settings.
2–2. Combination, Sequencer mode
Use the "BUS Select" settings (COMBI 7.1–1a, SEQ 7.1–1
(2)a) settings of the Timbre (Combination)/Track
(sequencer) to specify whether the insert effect will be
applied to a timbre/track.
In the same way as for Program mode, you can select from
L/R, IFX, 1, 2, 1/2, or Off for each timbre/track.
"S1 (Send1(MFX1))," "S2 (Send2(MFX2))" become available
if "BUS Select" has been set to L/R or Off.
If IFX is selected, use "S1 (Send1(MFX1))" and "S2
(Send2(MFX2))" for the post-IFX signal ( ☞ "3. Mixer").
Send level 1 is controlled by MIDI control change
CC#93, and send level 2 by MIDI control change CC#91.
At this time, the actual send level will be the send level
1 or 2 of the program oscillator used by the timbre/
track multiplied by the send level 1 or 2 that is set via
MIDI. ("Send Level" ☞ p.163)
The following illustration is an example in Combination
mode. "BUS Select" settings have been made to send the
output of timbre 1 to IFX and the other timbres to L/R. The
output passes through the master EQ, and is sent to AUDIO
OUTPUT (MAIN) L/MONO and R. It is not sent to the
— Settings for drum Programs —
If a drum Program ("OSC Mode" Drums) is selected for tim-
bres in Combination mode and for tracks in Sequencer
mode, you can select "DKit" for "BUS Select." If you select
"DKit," the "BUS Select" (GLOBAL 5.1–3a) settings for each
key become effective, and each drum instrument sound will
be routed to the corresponding buses (e.g.: the snare sound
is sent to IFX, and other sounds to L/MONO and R). If you
select anything other than DKit, you may apply the Insert
Effect to all drum instruments, regardless of the DrumKit
If "BUS Select" is set to DKit, you will be able to select "DKit
IFX Patch." This temporarily patches the "BUS Select" IFX
settings to send them to L/R.
For example, suppose you have assigned a drum program to
timbre 1 and a conventional program to timbre 2, and set
"BUS Select" to DKit for timbre 1 and to IFX for timbre 2.
Since timbre 1 is set to DKit, the "BUS Select" (GLOBAL
5.1–3a) setting of the drum kit will be used.
If, for example, you have speciﬁed IFX for snare-type
sounds, use "DrumKit IFX Patch" when you do not want
the insert effect used by timbre 2 to be used for the drum
program. Select the Utility "DKit IFX Patch," and tempo-
rarily send the drum kit IFX to L/R. Press the [F8] ("OK")
key to execute, and the snare sounds will be sent to L/R.
When you want to return to the original sounds, select
DrumKit IFX Patch dialog box
After settings are made