For this example, set Tone No. and Fixed Note No. as
F#3 (closed hi-hat)
A#3 (open hi-hat)
The drumsamples that correspond to each note number will
differ depending on the drum kit. It is convenient to
audition the drum sounds from the keyboard, and then
input Fixed Note No. by holding down the ENTER switch
and playing the desired key.
5. Input the kick (Tone00).
Set Step No. to 01, and press the  numeric key. Then set
Step No. to 05, and press the  key.
6. Input the snare (Tone01).
Set Step No. to 03, and press the  numeric key. Then set
Step No. to 07, and press the  key.
7. Input the closed hi-hat (Tone02).
Set Step No. to 01, 02, 03, 05, 06, and 07, and press the 
numeric key for each.
8. Input the open hi-hat (Tone03).
Set Step No. to 04, and press the  numeric key. Then set
Step No. to 08, and press the  key.
If Fixed Note Mode is set to Trigger All Tones, playing a
single note on the keyboard will cause the rhythm pattern to
If Fixed Note Mode is set to Trigger As Played, playing a
single note on the keyboard will cause only the kick
(Tone00) to play.
Playing two notes on the keyboard will cause only the kick
(Tone00) and snare (Tone01) to play. In this way, the number
of keys that you play will be played by the same number of
9. Set the parameters for each step.
Use Velocity etc. to add accents to the rhythm pattern.
The Gate and Velocity settings you make here will be
valid if the Gate and Velocity parameters (Program P7:
ARP/DT– ARP Setup page) of the program selected in
Program mode are set to Step. If these parameters have
a setting other than Step, the Gate and Velocity that
were speciﬁed for each individual step will be ignored,
and the notes of the arpeggio will be sounded
according to the settings of the Program P7: ARP/DT–
ARP Setup page. Check the settings of the program.
When specifying Gate and Velocity, press the control
surface ARP switch, and set knob 1 (GATE) and knob 2
(VELOCITY) to the center position (12 o'clock).
Global P6: Arpeggio Pattern Other examples of creating a user arpeggio pattern
Fixed Note No.
Dual arpeggiator editing
Here we will use a combination as an example in our
The same procedure applies when editing an arpeggio
pattern in Sequencer mode.
If you have entered this mode from the Combination mode,
the arpeggio pattern selected by the combination will be
affected by your editing.
1. In Combination mode, select a combination that uses
the arpeggio pattern you wish to edit.
For this example, select a combination to which both
arpeggiators A and B are assigned.
2. Press the ARP ON/OFF switch to turn on the arpeggia-
tor (the switch will light).
Even if the arpeggiator had been turned off when you
moved here, you can use the ARP ON/OFF switch to turn it
on. However, if Arpeggiator Run A or B are not checked,
and if Arpeggiator Assign, is set to off, then the arpeggiator
will not operate.
3. Select the Global P6: Arpeggio Pattern– Setup page.
4. If you accessed this page from Combination mode, use
the "Arpeggio Select" A and B to select the arpeggiator
that you wish to edit.
If this is A, your editing will apply to the parameters and
user arpeggio pattern of arpeggiator A.
If this is B, your editing will apply to the parameters and
user arpeggio pattern of arpeggiator B.
5. Switch between arpeggiators A and B, and edit their
respective user arpeggio patterns.
If you wish to stop one of the arpeggiators, return to
Combination mode, and in Combination P0: Play– Arpeggio
A or the Arpeggio B page and uncheck the Arpeggiator Run
6. To modify the name of a user arpeggio pattern, use the
Utility "Rename Arpeggio Pattern." (See page 255)
7. If you wish to save the edited user arpeggio pattern in
internal memory, you must write the user arpeggio pat-
In this case, both user arpeggio patterns will be written
simultaneously. If you turn off the power without writing,
the edited contents will be lost (see page 255).
8. If you wish to save the state of the combination at the
same time, return to Combination mode and write the
combination. (See page 120)
Note: When editing a user arpeggio pattern, pay attention to
the global MIDI channel, the channel of each track, and the
arpeggiator assignments, and make sure that the
arpeggiator you are hearing is the pattern that you wish to