How the M1 is structured
In this mode, the M1 software synthesizer functions as an
eight-part multi-timbral sound module.
On the M1 software synthesizer, the actual program data
(not just a reference to a program) is loaded in each mode, so
you can stay in the current mode and edit the programs
you're actually using.
Multi mode and Combination mode are structured almost
identically, but have the following differences.
• Default output destination setting for each track (track 1 is
1+2, track 2 is 3+4, ...)
• Default MIDI channel setting for each track (track 1 is
channel 1, track 2 is channel 2, ...)
• In Multi mode, the master effects are used as send effects.
The send levels, return levels, and return destinations will
determine how the signal is routed. If you lower the send
levels to 0, the signals from the insert effects will be output
directly, bypassing the master effects. If you raise the send
levels, the direct sound will be mixed with the signals
from the master effects and then output.
Except for the points listed above, Combination mode and
Multi mode have the same structure. You can use Combina-
tion mode as a multi-timbral sound module, or use Multi
mode to create a single sound just like a combination.