You can control parameters such as volume, porta-
mento time, pan or ﬁlter and amp EG, pitch LFO,
and master effect send levels etc.
The B-mode function settings are made for each
individual program, combination, or multi set.
You can specify the B-mode functions separately
for each individual program, combination, or
The B-mode functions of the REALTIME CON-
TROLS , , , and  knobs can be viewed
for Program mode in the 0: Play, Program page,
for Combination mode in the 0: Play, Combination
page, and for Multi mode in the 0: Play, Multi
Each knob in B-mode can also be used as a source
for Alternate Modulation or Effect Dynamic Mod-
ulation to control program parameters or effect
parameters, allowing you to adjust the sound in a
wide range of ways.
You can control the effect of the arpeggiator in
For details on operation, see p.91.
Saving your edits
Once you've tweaked the sound to perfection,
you'll want to save your work. To save your edits:
Be aware that if you modify the sound of a
program or write it to a different bank or
number, and then use a combination that uses
the modiﬁed program, the combination will
1. Press the [UTILITY] button to access the utility
2. Use the ClickPoint to select "Write Program,"
and then press the ClickPoint center.
The Write Program dialog box will appear.
You can also access this utility command by
holding down the [ENTER] button and
pressing numeric button .
Note: If the display indicates "Memory
Protected," the program memory protect is
turned on. Go to GLOBAL 0: System,
Preference page, and uncheck the Memory
Protect "Program" setting. (☞p.88)
3. Optionally, you can also select a new location,
or change the Program's name.
• If you want to change the bank and number of
the writing destination, use the ClickPoint to
select the program name located at the right of
the "To," and use the [VALUE] dial to select the
desired writing destination.
You can also use the PROG BANK buttons and
[ENTER] button to select the writing
Note: You can't save in banks G or g(d).
• If you want to change the name, use the Click-
Point to select the text button (
press the ClickPoint center to open the text edit
You can give the Program a descriptive name
using the on-display keyboard. (☞p.112)
After entering the name, press [MENU/OK]
The text edit window will disappear, returning
you to the main Write dialog.
• If you want to specify the category, use the
ClickPoint to select "Category," and use the
[VALUE] dial to specify the desired category.
The category you specify here can be used
when selecting by category with the
You can select by Category in the following
PROG 0: Play page
COMBI 0: Play, Prog page "Program Select"
COMBI 1: Ed–Tone Adjust, Prog page
MULTI 0: Play, Program page.
4. In the Write Program dialog box, press the
[MENU/OK] button to write (save) the
5. A message will ask you for conﬁrmation. If you
are sure you want to write the program, press
the [MENU/OK] button once again.
The program will be written (saved).
Saving your edits
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