When you want to preserve the stereo image of a Double mode Program, use Insert Effects of size 2 or 4.
You can use the grouping function in the Combination and Sequencer modes to use the Insert Effects efﬁ-
ciently. The effect grouping function places the Timbres/Tracks into one group so that the same Insert
Effects will be applied to all of them.
Note the following when you are trying to place Timbres/Tracks that use Single or Double mode Pro-
grams, and Timbres/Tracks that use Drum mode Programs into a group:
• When you are adding Timbres/Tracks that use Single or Double mode Programs to a group of Tim-
bres/Tracks that use Drum mode Programs:
The Timbres/Tracks will be grouped (input) to Insert Effect inst1 of the Timbres/Tracks that use Drum
• When you are adding Timbres/Tracks that use Drum mode Programs to a group of Timbres/Tracks
that use Single or Double mode Programs:
Only DrumKit sounds that have been assigned to inst1 in P5 of Global mode will be grouped (input) to
the Insert Effects of the Timbres/Tracks that use Single or Double mode Programs.
Master Effects use a send and return routing regardless of the modes, and consist of two types of effects:
modulation and reverberation/delay, both mono-in/stereo-out. These fourteen effects can be used to pro-
vide overall ambience. It is possible to route the modulation effects and reverb/delay effects in series.
Send levels are set for each oscillator, or after the Insert Effects are applied. In the Combination and
Sequencer modes, you can set the send levels for each Timbre/Track, allowing you to use the unit as a
mixer to create a spacious effect for entire Programs, Combinations, or Songs.
A Low/High-type shelving EQ is located before the output connectors 1/L/MONO and 2/R, and allows
you to "ﬁne-tune" the tone of your sound.
The Master Effect parameters are set for each Program, Combination, and Song. (Use P8 in each mode.)
The Effect 4 Control message (Controller #94) will turn the modulation effects on/off, and the
Effect 5 control message (Controller #95) will turn the reverb/delay effects on/off. Both control
messages are sent on the Global MIDI Channel. With a control value of 0, the effect is turned off,
and with a value of 1–127, the effect is turned on.
The Effect 3 Level message (Controller #93) will adjust the send level of the modulation effects, and
the Effect 1 Level message (Controller #91) will adjust the send level of the reverb/delay effects.
The control messages for Programs are sent on the Global MIDI Channel, and control messages for
Combinations and Sequences are sent on the MIDI Channels speciﬁed for each Timbre and Track.