Here, you can select programs by category.
Category/Program Select menu:
Here, you can select programs by main category and sub-
category. All programs are classiﬁed into eighteen main
categories, and each category is classiﬁed into eight sub-
categories. You can use these main categories and sub-
categories to ﬁnd and select programs.
1. Press the Category popup button (above the Program
Select parameter) to open the Category/Program Select
2. Press one of the tabs on the left or right to select the
Note: Only Categories and Sub-categories that are assigned
to programs can be selected from the tabs.
3. Select a program from the list.
You can touch a Program's name directly, or use the Inc q
and Dec u switches.
Use the scroll bar to browse through all Programs in the
Category/Program Select menu
4. To select from a sub-category, press the Jump to Sub
Press one of the left tabs to select a sub-category.
Note: Only Sub-categories that are assigned to Programs can
be selected from the tabs.
5. Press the OK button to conﬁrm your choice, or press the
Cancel button to exit without changing the Program.
Note: You can assign a category to a Program in the Write
This is the tempo for the current Program, which applies to
the arpeggiator, tempo-synced LFOs, and tempo-synced
040.00...300.00 allows you to set a speciﬁc tempo in BPM,
with 1/100 BPM accuracy. In addition to using the standard
data entry controls, you can use the TEMPO knob to adjust
[40.00... 300.00, EXT]
the bpm, or just play a few quarter-notes on the TAP
EXT is displayed if the MIDI Clock (Global 1–1a) is set to
External MIDI or External USB. This is also shown if the
MIDI Clock setting is Auto and MIDI clock data is being
received from an external device. If the tempo source is EXT,
the arpeggiator etc. will synchronize to MIDI clock data
from an external MIDI device.
0–1b: Program Information
The following information for the selected program is
These are the functions controlled by the SW1, SW2
C.S. (Control Surface)
This indicates the currently selected control assignment. The
control surface is available and active from any page.
FILTER 1, 2
This indicates the ﬁlter type setting for ﬁlter 1 and 2.
AMP EG 1, 2
This indicates the EG settings for amp 1 and 2.
EQ (Low, Mid[Hz], Mid, High)
This indicates the 3-band EQ settings. You can edit the
Low: Adjusts the gain of the 80 Hz low-shelving EQ in 0.5
Mid [Hz]: Adjusts the center frequency of the mid-
Mid: Adjusts the gain of the mid-sweepable EQ in 0.5 dB
High: Adjusts the gain of the 10 kHz high shelving EQ in 0.5
PROG P0: Play 0–1: Main