1.1–4: Arp. A
(Arpeggio Play A)
1.1–5: Arp. B
(Arpeggio Play B)
Here you can select the arpeggiator settings for the combina-
tion. A combination can run two arpeggiators simulta-
neously. Arpeggiator parameters can be edited in 6.1: Edit-
Arp., but certain major parameters can be edited in these
pages as well. You can edit these parameters in realtime, for
example by changing the arpeggio pattern while playing in
COMBI 1.1: Play.
To save the edits you make, use "Write Combination." The
arpeggiator can also be edited in realtime by the REALTIME
CONTROLS C-mode [TEMPO] knob, [ARP-GATE] knob,
and [ARP-VELOCITY] knob. (☞OG p.28)
1.1–4(5)a: Arpeggiator Run, Timbre assign
Arpeggiator Run A, B (Run A, B)
When the [ARP ON/OFF] key is on, any arpeggiator that is
checked here will run if it is assigned to a timbre in "Assign"
Even if the arpeggiator is on, you can turn A and B on/off
This parameter can also be set from the 6.1: Ed-Arp. Setup
This displays the timbres 1–8 to which arpeggiators A and B
are assigned. This can be set in "Assign" (6.1–1b).
1.1–4(5)b: Arpeggiator A(B)
Sets the various parameters of the combination arpeggiator
( ☞ "PROG: Ed–Arp."). These parameters can also be set in
COMBI 6.1: Ed-Arp.
■ 1.1–4(5)c: UTILITY
☞"Write Combination," "Solo Selected Timbre," "Select by
[1, 2, 3, 4]
COMBI 2.1: Ed–Prog/Mixer
Indicates the bank and program for each timbre 1–8. These
parameters can also be set from the 1.1: Play, Prog page.
2.1–1a: Program Select, Program Name
Indicates the program that will be used by each timbre.
( ☞ 1.1–2c)
This displays part of the program name selected for each
timbre. ( ☞ 1.1–2c)
■ 2.1–1b: UTILITY
☞"Write Combination," "Solo Selected Timbre" (1.1–1c),
"Select by Category (Category/Combi, Category/Prog
Speciﬁes the pan and volume for each timbre 1–8. These
parameters can also be set from the 1.1: Play, Mixer page.
2.1–2a: Pan, Volume
Sets the pan of each timbre 1–8. ( ☞ 1.1–3a)
Sets the volume of each timbre 1–8. ( ☞ 1.1–3a)
■ 2.1–1b: UTILITY
☞"Write Combination," "Solo Selected Timbre" (1.1–1c)