PROG P7: ARP/DT (Arpeggiator/Drum Track) 7–5: DrumTrk Program (DrumTrack Program)
7–5: DrumTrk Program
7–5a: Drum Track Programs
[Drum Category Programs]
Here you can select the drum program that will be used by
the drum track.
Note: Only programs of the Drum category can be selected.
If data is loaded or a system exclusive message is
received so that the selected program is no longer a
Drum category program, it will be replaced with the
ﬁrst program of the Drum category.
The drum track program will not transmit or receive
MIDI program changes.
This adjusts the volume of the drum track program.
This mutes the drum track program. The setting will
alternate each time you press the Play/Mute button.
Mute: The drum track program will not be heard (Mute).
Play: The drum track program will be heard (Play).
Using the OSC/DrumTrk Mixer to make Drum
You can use the P0–4: OSC/DrumTrk Mixer page to edit the
Play/Mute, Solo On/Off, and Volume settings of the drum
track. (See "0–4b: OSC/DrumTrack Mixer" on page 4.)
This adjusts the pitch in one-cent steps. One cent is 1/100th
of a semitone.
The pitch of each drum kit is speciﬁed in Global P5: Drum
You can control this using RPNs.
Auto Load Program EQ
On (checked): When you switch the drum track program,
the 3-band EQ values speciﬁed for the program will
automatically be loaded. Normally you will leave this
You are free to edit the 3-band EQ values that are
automatically loaded. You will be making changes based on
the settings of the original program.
Off (unchecked): The 3-band EQ values speciﬁed for the
program will not be loaded when you switch the drum track
• When you select a drum track: Check this to load the 3-
• When you've edited the drum track program's EQ
When Bypass is checked, all of the EQ will be disabled,
including the Input Trim.
Bypass can be convenient for comparing the results of the
EQ with the original signal.
This controls the volume level going into the EQ. This
setting corresponds to the volume; a value of 50 corresponds
to –6 dB, and a setting of 25 corresponds to –12 dB.
High settings of the Low, Mid, and High Gain controls can
cause substantial increases in the overall level. You can
compensate for this by turning down the input trim.
This controls the gain of the 10 kHz High Shelf EQ, in
increments of 0.5 dB.
This sets the center frequency for the Mid sweep EQ.
This controls the gain of the Mid Sweep EQ, in increments of
This controls the gain of the 80 Hz Low Shelf EQ, in
increments of 0.5 dB.
This speciﬁes the bus that will output the drum track
Dkit: The Bus (IFX/Output) Select, FX Control Bus, Send1
(to MFX1), and Send2 (to MFX2) settings (Global 5–4b) for
each key of the drum kit used by the selected drum track
program will be valid. Choose this setting if you want to
apply separate insert effects to each drum instrument.
L/R: Output to the L/R bus.
IFX1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Output to the IFX1–5 bus.
Off: The sound will not be output to the L/R bus, or IFX1–5
bus. Use the Off setting if you have connected the drum
track program output in series to a master effect. Use Send1
(to MFX1) or Send2 (to MFX2) to adjust the send level.
FX Control Bus
This sends the output of the drum track program to the FX
Control bus (two mono channels FX Ctrl1, 2).
The FX Control bus is used when you want to use another
audio signal to control the input of an effect. You can use the
two FX Control buses (two mono channels) to freely control
the effects in a variety of ways. For more information, please
see "FX Control Buses" on page 274.
band EQ setting of the program. You can adjust the
drum track program's EQ based on these settings.
settings and want to leave them fixed: Uncheck this
item. The EQ settings will not change when you select
When making Dkit settings, you will normally use IFX.
Patch to specify the output destination.
[Dkit, L/R, IFX1...5, Off]
[Off, 1, 2]