▼0–5: Menu Command
• 0: Write Program ☞p.73
• 1: Exclusive Solo ☞p.73
• 2: Copy Arpeggiator ☞p.75
For more information, please see "Program: Menu
Command" on page 73.
0–7: Tone Adjust
The Tone Adjust function assigns important program
parameters and easy-edit parameters to the switches and
sliders in the display for quick edits of selected parameters.
Tip: In Combination and Sequencer modes, Tone Adjust also
lets you edit Program parameters without the need to save a
different version of the original Program. For more
information on Tone Adjust in these modes, please see
"Tone Adjust" on page 85 and page 135.
Absolute (Abs), Relative (Rel), Meta parameter
There are three kinds of Tone Adjust parameters: Absolute,
Relative, and Meta.
Absolute parameters usually edit a single Program
parameter, such as Oscillator 1 Drive. The Program and
Tone Adjust parameters mirror one another; when you
change one, the other will change to match.
Relative parameters typically adjust two or more Program
parameters simultaneously. For instance, F/A EG Attack
Time affects a total of six Program parameters. The value of
the Relative parameter shows the amount of change to these
underlying Program parameters.
If the Relative parameter is set to 0 (the slider in the display
is at the center position), the value of the corresponding
program parameter will not change.
The deﬁnitions of higher and lower settings can vary,
depending on the speciﬁc parameter. Unless noted
otherwise, they work as follows:
When the Relative parameter is at +99 (the maximum), the
Program parameters are all at their maximum as well.
Similarly, when the Relative parameter is at –99 (the
minimum), the Program parameters are at zero.
Relative Tone Adjust parameter scaling
Relative Tone Adjust Value
A few of the Program parameters controlled by Relative
Tone Adjust are bipolar, meaning that they can be either
positive or negative (instead of just positive). When these
Program parameters are set to negative values, the Tone
Adjust parameter may behave differently from the