Erase Drum Track Pattern
Erase Drum Track is available on the DrumTrk Pattern tab
or DrumTrk Program tab of the ARP/DT.
This erases the drum track pattern you specify.
1. Select the user drum track pattern you want to erase.
2. If you check All Drum Track Patterns, all user drum
track patterns will be erased.
Copy Chord Trigger Setup
Copy Chord Trigger Setup is available on the Chord Trigger
of Basic/Ctrls page.
This command copies the chord trigger switch settings of
the speciﬁed Program, Combination, or Song.
1. Use the From ﬁeld to select the mode, bank, and num-
ber of the desired copy-source. You can also select
Banks via the front-panel BANK SELECT switches.
2. Select the copy-source switch number. If you want to
copy all settings for switches 1–4, check the All option.
3. Use the To ﬁeld to specify the copy-destination switch.
Note: Executing this command will copy the note number
and velocity value. The MIDI channel is not copied.
Sync Both EGs
Sync Both EGs is available on the Filter 1/2 EG and Amp 1/
2 EG pages.
This option allows you to edit the EGs of Oscillator 1 and
Oscillator 2 together. When it is checked, editing the Filter
EG of either Oscillator 1 or 2 will change both Filter EGs
simultaneously. Similarly, editing the Amp EG of either
Oscillator will change both Amp EGs.
This option is available only when the Oscillator Mode is
set to Double.
1. Select Sync Both EGs.
The display will indicate "Sync," and the two EGs will be
Program: Menu Command Erase Drum Track Pattern
2. If you no longer want the EGs to be synchronized,
select Sync Both EGs once again.
The indication will disappear from the display.
Swap LFO 1&2
Swap LFO 1 & 2 is available on all of the LFO pages, except
for the Common LFO tab.
This command copies the settings of LFO1 to LFO2, and
Note: If LFO2 is being used to modulate LFO1, this
command will erase that modulation routing (since the
LFOs cannot modulate themselves).
After opening the dialog box, press the OK button to swap
the LFO settings, or press the Cancel button to close the
dialog box without making any changes.
Copy Arpeggiator is available on the ARP Setup tab or Scan
Zone tab of the ARP/DT page.
This command can be used to copy arpeggio settings from
another location to the current program.
1. Use the From ﬁeld specify the source of the arpeggio
settings (mode, bank, number) that you wish to copy.
2. If you are copying from Combination, or Song, specify
whether you wish to copy from A or B.