Example: Inserting a separate IFX into each timbre, and inserting
another IFX later
Example: Sharing part of a timbre's IFX chain with another timbre
As with Program mode, select L/R, IFX1–5, or Off for each
timbre and track.
Send1 (to MFX1) and Send2 (to MFX2) become available if
Bus (IFX/Output) Select has been set to L/R or Off. If
you've set Bus (IFX/Output) Select to IFX1–5, use Send1
and Send2 (Combi/Seq 8–1–3b) following the insert effect to
adjust the send levels.
Send1 responds to CC#93, and Send2 responds to
CC#91. At this time, the actual send level uses the value
of the Send 1 and 2 settings for Oscillators 1 and 2 of the
Programs (selected for the timbres and tracks),
multiplied by the Send 1 and 2 values received via
The following diagram shows an example of Combination
mode. The Timbre 1 output is sent to IFX1 and the Timbre 2
output is sent to IFX2 according to the Bus (IFX/Output)
Select setting. Other timbres are sent to L/R. The output
signal passes through the TFX, then goes to AUDIO
OUTPUT L/MONO and R.
In the next diagram, IFX1's Chain check box is checked and
Chain to set to IFX2, sending the output of IFX1 to IFX2.
Timbre 1 is being processed by IFX1: Stereo Compressor and
IFX2: 032: Stereo Flanger effects. Timbre 2 is being processed
by the IFX2: 032: Stereo Flanger effect. The Routing Map
area of the next diagram shows these settings. (With these
settings, IFX3–5 are not being used.)
Drum Programs in Combination and Sequencer
If you've selected a drum program (Oscillator Mode=
Drums) for a timbre (in Combination mode) or track (in
Sequencer mode), the DKit setting will be available as a
choice for Bus (IFX/Output) Select (see the following
If Bus (IFX/Output) Select is set to DKit, of each key in the
drum kit, letting you specify the bus to which each drum
instrument will be sent. For example you can send snare
sounds to IFX1, kick sounds to IFX2, and other drum sounds
to L/MONO and R.
If this check box is unchecked, all drum instruments will be
output according to the Bus (IFX/Output) Select setting of
each timbre/track (Combi/Seq 8–1–1(2)d). This lets you
apply an insert effect to all of the drum instruments in that
Drum Kit IFX Patch
If Bus (IFX/Output) Select is set to DKit, you'll be able to
select the menu command DrumKit IFX Patch.
This option allows you to change the routing of the Insert
Effects temporarily by changing Bus (IFX/Output) Select for
For example, assume that the DrumKit key assignment is set
so that a snare sound is routed to IFX1 and a kick sound is
routed to IFX2 etc., IFX1–3. In this case, if you wish to assign
IFX 1 and 2 to the Programs used by other timbres and
tracks, you can view the routing so that these DrumKit
sounds are routed to IFX3 and IFX5 respectively.
Patching is possible only if the Bus (IFX/Output) Select
(Global 5–4b) setting of each key in the drum kit is assigned
to an insert effect. The state of these settings is also shown in
the Routing Map. Make the desired settings for "DrumKit
IFX Patch," and press the OK button to execute.
If you want to revert to the original settings of the drum kit,
execute Drum Kit IFX Patch with the settings IFX1 → IFX1,
IFX2 → IFX2, IFX3 → IFX3, IFX4 → IFX4, and IFX5 → IFX5.
In the following diagram, Drum Program is assigned to
Timbre 1, and normal Programs are assigned to Timbres 2
and 3. Bus (IFX/Output) Select is set to DKit for Timbre 1,
IFX1 for Timbre 2, and IFX2 for Timbre 3. With Timbre 1, the
Bus (IFX/Output) Select (Global 5–4b) for DrumKit setting