For the one insert effect and the two master effects,
you can choose from 89 effect types. The master
EQ is a stereo three-band EQ.
A program can use one arpeggiator. You can select
an arpeggio pattern, specify the range in which
the arpeggio will be generated, and specify the
range of notes (keys) and velocities that will trig-
ger the arpeggiator.
Overview of editing pages
In the PROG 0: Play page you can select and play
programs, and use the performance editor or real-
time controllers to make simple edits to the sound.
You can also adjust the arpeggiator settings.
The other pages let you modify the sound in more
• Select and play programs.
• Use the Performance Editor for easy
editing, and to do simple editing of
• Specify the program type as Single,
Double, or Drum.
• Select multisamples.
• Specify Mono or Poly voice assignment.
• Select the temperament (e.g., equal
• Pitch settings. Pitch EG settings.
• Type and speed settings etc. for the two
LFOs provided for each oscillator. (Make
settings in the pitch, ﬁlter, and amp
pages to specify the depth of the LFO
settings you make here.)
• Filter (tone) settings. Filter EG settings.
• Settings related to Amp 1/2 (volume),
including amp EQ and pan (stereo
• Arpeggiator settings. (Shared with 0:
Play parameters. You may edit either.)
• Controller settings.
• Select the BUS and master effect send
level for the oscillator output.
• Insert Effect routing, selection and
• Master Effect selection and settings.
Master EQ settings.
For details on how to access each mode, page, and
the utility commands, and how to edit values, see
"Basic operations" (☞p.19).
Basic oscillator settings
Comparing (original and edited
When you're in the process of editing a sound,
pressing the [COMPARE] button will recall the
saved version of the sound, as it was before you
started editing. To indicate that you are listening
to the saved version, the button's LED will light
Pressing [COMPARE] button again returns you to
the version you are editing, and the LED will go
If you edit while the COMPARE LED is lit, the
button will again go dark and your previous edits
will be lost.
Basic oscillator settings
Program type setting (single, dou-
ble, drum kit)
Here you can specify the type of program
(whether to use one oscillator, two oscillators, or a
drum kit). Use the PROG 1: Ed–Basic, Prog Basic
"Oscillator Mode" to specify the program type.
Single Programs have one oscillator, and Double
Programs have two oscillators. Each oscillator
includes a complete synthesis voice, with velocity-
switched Multisamples, dual ﬁlters, EGs, LFOs,
and so on.
Drums mode is a special variation of Single mode,
and uses a Drum Kit (as created in Global mode)
instead of Multisamples.
Polyphony is the number of notes that can be
played simultaneously, such as in a chord. The
polyphony depends on the program type.