SEQ P0–2: Play/REC Control
0–2–1: ARP A (Arpeggiator A),
0–2–2: ARP B (Arpeggiator B)
Here, you can make arpeggiator settings for the song. A
song can run two arpeggiators simultaneously.
Arpeggiator parameters can be edited in P7: Arpeggiator/
Drum Track, 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 Sequencer P0–1:Play/REC.
You can also use the TEMPO knob and the control surface
arpeggio control (ARP) GATE knob, VELOCITY knob,
LENGTH knob, and OCTAVE knob to control the
arpeggiator in realtime.
0–2–1(2)a: Track Select, Tempo, RPPR
Here, you can select the track, specify the tempo that will
control the song or arpeggiator etc., and turn RPPR on/off.
For more information, please see "0–1–1(2)a: Location,
Meter, Tempo, Tempo Mode, Song Select, Track Select, Reso,
RPPR" on page 129.
0–2–1(2)b: Arpeggiator Run, Track assign
Arpeggiator Run A, B
When the ARP ON/OFF switch is on, the arpeggiator(s) you
checked here will run if they are assigned to a timbre by
Arpeggiator Assign (7–1(2)c).
When the arpeggiator is on, these check boxes let you turn A
and B on/off.
This parameter can also be set from P7: ARP/DT page
Arpeggiator Run A, B.
This indicates the arpeggiator A and B assignment status for
each track 1–8. These settings are made in Arpeggiator
Assign (Seq 7–1(2)c).
[Track01...16, Master Track]
0–2–1(2)c: Arpeggiator A (B)
Set the various parameters of the combination arpeggiator.
For more information, please see "COMBI P7: Arpeggiator/
Drum Track" on page 107.
These parameters can also be set from 7–3(4): Arpeggiator
▼0–2–1(2): Menu Command
• 0: Memory Status ☞p.191
• 1: Exclusive Solo ☞p.73
• 2: Rename Song ☞p.191
• 3: Delete Song ☞p.191
• 4: Copy From Song ☞p.191
• 5: Load Template Song ☞p.191
• 6: Save Template Song (Save as User Template
• 7: FF/REW Speed ☞p.192
• 8: Set Location (Set Location for Locate Key) ☞p.192
• 9: GM Initialize ☞p.193
• 10: Copy From Combi (Copy from
• 11: Copy from Program ☞p.195
• 12: Copy Arpeggiator ☞p.75
For more information, please see "Sequencer: Menu
Command" on page 191.
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