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Arpeggiator settings
Selecting the playback order of the
arpeggiated notes (Sort)
"Sort" is different than selecting the arpeggiator
pattern. "Sort" specifies whether the notes of the
arpeggio will be sounded in order of their pitch
(regardless of the order in which they were
played) or in the order in which you played them.
• Use the ClickPoint to select the "Sort" check
box, and press the center.
Checked: the arpeggio will sound each note in
the order of its pitch, regardless of the order in
which you actually played the notes.
Unchecked: the arpeggio will sound each note
in the order in which you actually played the
notes.
Sort
OFF, UP
Sort
ON, UP
Letting the arpeggio continue playing
even after you take your hand off the
keyboard (Latch)
"Latch" specifies whether the arpeggio will con-
tinue playing even after you take your hand off
the keyboard, or stop playing when you take your
hand off the keyboard.
• Use the ClickPoint to select the "Latch" check
box, and press the center.
Checked: The arpeggio will continue playing
even after you remove your hand from the
keyboard.
Unchecked: The arpeggio will stop playing
when you remove your hand from the
keyboard.
Synchronizing the arpeggiator to your
keyboard timing or to the tempo (Key
Sync.)
"Key Sync." specifies whether the arpeggio pat-
tern will begin the moment you play the key-
board, or always follow the tempo in
synchronization with the MIDI clock.
• Use the ClickPoint to select the "Key Sync."
check box, and press the center.
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Checked: When you take your hands
completely off of the keyboard, the arpeggio
pattern will immediately start over from the
beginning in sync with the first key you press.
This setting is suitable when you want the
arpeggio to start from the beginning of the
measure as you are playing in realtime.
Unchecked: The arpeggio will always be
synchronized to the MIDI clock tempo.
Selecting whether to hear the arpeggi-
ated notes, the notes you physically
play on the keyboard, or both. (Key-
board)
• Use the ClickPoint to select the "Keyboard"
check box, and press the center.
Checked: The notes you play on the keyboard
and the notes played by the arpeggiator will
both sound.
Unchecked: Only the arpeggiated notes will
sound.
Editing in the PROG 7: Ed–Arp/Ctrls,
Setup page
See the preceding section for details on parame-
ters that can also be set from the PROG 0: Play,
Arp. Play page. Here we will explain the remain-
ing parameters.
• Access the PROG 7: Ed–Arp/Ctrls, Setup page.
Setting the duration of the arpeggiated
notes (Gate)
"Gate" lets you specify the duration (gate time) of
the arpeggiated notes. If a user arpeggio pattern is
selected, you can set this to Step. In this case, the
value of the "Gt" setting for each step (GLOBAL 5:
Arp.Pattern, Edit page) will be used.
Note: This value will be in effect when the
REALTIME CONTROLS C-mode [1] (ARP-GATE)
knob is in the center position (12 o'clock). Be sure
that the knob is in the center position when you
make this setting.
Setting the velocity of the arpeggiated
notes (Velocity)
"Velocity" lets you specify the velocity of the
arpeggiated notes. If this is set to Key, the velocity
with which you actually played the note will be
used. If a user arpeggio pattern is selected, you
can set this to Step. In this case, the value of the
"Vel(Velocity)" setting for each step (GLOBAL 5:
Arp.Pattern, Edit page) will be used.

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