In Global mode, you can make settings that affect the entire
instrument, such as master tuning, MIDI, and memory
You can also edit user scales, drum kits, and user arpeggio
If you want the settings you make in Global mode to be
backed up when the power is turned off, you must
write them into memory. From P5: Drum Kit, you'll be
able to select the menu command Write Drum Kits.
From P6: Arpeggio Pattern, you'll be able to select
Write Arpeggio Patterns. From the other pages of
Global mode, you'll be able to select Write Global
The SEQUENCER REC/WRITE switch can also be used
to access Update Global Setting, Update Drum Kits,
and Update Arpeggio Patterns. The edited content will
be written simultaneously.
Global Page Select
• Press the MODE GLOBAL switch to access Global mode.
You can use the following ways to select the pages in Global
1. Press the PAGE SELECT switch to access "Page Select."
The page accessed prior to pressing the PAGE SELECT
switch is shown in grey.
2. Select the desired page in the display.
Other ways to select pages
• Hold down the PAGE SELECT switch and press
numeric keys 0–6 to specify a page number; you will
access the corresponding page.
For example, if you want to access the P3: Scales page,
hold down the PAGE SELECT switch and press numeric
• You can press the EXIT switch to return to the P0: Basic
Setup page you selected most recently. Press the EXIT
switch once again to return to the Basic page.
P0: Basic Setup
P5: Drum Kit
Basic overall settings. (☞p.216)
MIDI settings for this instrument. (☞p.220)
External Mode settings. (☞p.224)
Controller settings such as the pedals
connected to the rear panel. (☞p.228)
CC# assignments for Arpeggio controllers.
CC# assignments for chord trigger switch.
Scale settings created by the user. You can
specify 16 types of octave scale, and one full-
range scale. (☞p.231)
Edit category names for programs and
Edit drum kits. (☞p.233)
Creating Arpeggio pattern. (☞p.243)