7–5: Scan Zone (Scan Zone A/B)
These settings specify the note and velocity ranges that will
trigger arpeggiators A and B.
7–5a: Combination Name, Tempo
For more information, please see "Combination Select" on
For more information, please see " (Tempo)" on page 81.
7–5b: Zone Map
This shows the Scan Zone for each arpeggiator, A and B.
Key zone of arpeggiator B
Key zone of arpeggiator A
7–5c: Scan Zone A/B
Speciﬁes the range of notes (keys) that will trigger
arpeggiator A/B. Top Key speciﬁes the upper limit, and
Bottom Key speciﬁes the lower limit.
Speciﬁes the range of velocities that will trigger arpeggiator
A/B. Top Velocity speciﬁes the upper limit, and Bottom
Velocity speciﬁes the lower limit.
Speciﬁes the range of notes (keys) and velocities that will
trigger arpeggiator A/B.
Note: The values of these parameters can also be entered by
holding down the ENTER switch and playing a note on the
▼7–5: Menu Command
• 0: Write Combination ☞p.120
• 1: Exclusive Solo ☞p.73
• 2: Copy from Program ☞p.120
• 3: Copy Arpeggiator ☞p.122
For more information, please see "Combination: Menu
Command" on page 120.
COMBI P7: Arpeggiator/Drum Track 7–5: Scan Zone (Scan Zone A/B)
Velocity zone of
Velocity zone of
Arpeggiator settings in
Combination and Sequencer
In Combination and Sequencer modes, you can use use
two arpeggio patterns simultaneously, thanks to the
M50's dual arpeggiator functionality. The settings in each
of these modes are made in a similar way.
The following example shows how to make settings in
The dual arpeggiator functionality lets you do the follow-
• Assign an arpeggiator for each timbre. Choose from Off,
(arpeggiator) A, or (arpeggiator) B. ☞step 5
• Independently specify whether A and B will operate.
• Select an arpeggio pattern and set parameters
independently for A and B. ☞step 7
• Make Scan Zone page settings so that you can use
keyboard range or playing velocity to switch between
normal playing and arpeggiated playing, or to switch
between arpeggiators A and B. ☞step 8
• Make settings for timbres that will be silent when the
arpeggiator is Off, and will sound only when the
arpeggiator is On. ☞step 10
Each time you press the ARP ON/OFF switch, the
arpeggiator will be switched on or off. When on, the ARP
ON/OFF switch will light. The selected arpeggio pattern
will begin when you play the keyboard. The on/off setting
is saved when the combination is written into memory.
If Assign is Off or Arpeggiator Run is not checked, the
arpeggiator will not operate even if this key is on.
1. Select Combi P0: Play– Program T01–08 page.
Select programs for the timbres that you wish to use. For this
example, select any desired program for timbres 1–4.
2. Select Combi P3: Timbre Param, MIDI T01–08 page.
For the timbres that you will be using, set Status to INT, and
set MIDI Channel to Gch or to the global MIDI channel (set
in Global P1: MIDI Basic MIDI Channel).
For this example, set timbres 1–4 to a Status of INT, and
timbres 5–8 to a Status of Off. Set the MIDI Channel of
timbres 1–4 to Gch.