Overview on the Global mode
The Global mode is where you can set global functions. This
mode overlaps the current operating mode (Style Play, Song
Play, Sequencer, Sound).
Overview on the Global mode
The Global mostly contains a series of global parameters applied
to the whole instrument (or to each separate operating mode) as
a whole, that are automatically written to memory after editing.
Examples of global parameters are the Master Tuning or the
Global mode also contains parameters that are applied to the
instrument as a whole, but can be saved as a "preset", that can
later be loaded to change all parameters at once. Examples of this
kind of parameters are the MIDI channel assignment, saved into
the MIDI Presets, or the Master EQ settings, saved into the Mas-
ter EQ Presets.
Parameters in the Global mode, either automatically memorized
or saved to a preset, are opposed to "local" parameters that you
can access in the other operating modes. Examples of local
parameters are the Sounds assigned to a track or the function
assigned to an Assignable Switch, both saved into a Performance
or STS (two types of preset containing musical data relevant to
the selected operating mode).
Note: Saving or loading a ".SET" folder may also save or load the
Global file. Parameter changing may be avoided by turning the
Lock on for any single parameter (or groups of parameters in the
Lock page of the Global mode, see "General Controls: Lock" on
There is no main page in the Global edit mode. When pressing
EXIT, you exit the Global mode, and the underlying operating
mode in the background is recalled.
From any page of the Global mode, press the MENU button to
open the Global edit menu. This menu gives access to the vari-
ous Global edit sections.
When in the menu, select an edit section, or press EXIT to exit
the Global mode.
When in a page, press EXIT to go back to current operating
mode in the background (Style Play, Song Play, Sequencer,
Each item in this menu corresponds to an edit section. Each edit
section groups various edit pages, that may be selected by touch-
ing the corresponding tab on the lower part of the display.
Note: The Global mode is not available while in Record mode
(Style Record, Pad Record, Song Record, Sampling).
Edit page structure
All editing pages share some basic elements.
This indicates that the instrument is in Global mode.
This identifies the current edit section, corresponding to one of
the items of the edit menu (see below).
Page menu icon
Touch this icon to open the page menu (see below).
Each page contains various parameters. Use the tabs to select
one of the available pages. For detailed information on the vari-
ous types of parameters, see sections starting below.
Use tabs to select one of the edit pages of the current edit section.