The parameters that will appear in the display are listed here for each mode. Use the
cursor keys to make the desired parameter select LED light.
9. Mode keys
Use these keys to move to the desired mode: Pattern, Song, Global, or MIDI.During
playback you can move to Global mode, but not to MIDI mode.
10. WRITE key
Use this key when you wish to save settings that you modified in Pattern, Song, Global,
or MIDI mode, or to save Pattern Set data.
Sequence Control section
1. Rec key
Use this key to record rhythms and movements of the
knobs etc. If you press this key during recording, re-
cording will end, and playback will continue.
2. Stop/Cancel key
This key stops playback of a pattern or song, or cancels
3. Play/Pause key
This key begins/pauses playback of a pattern or song.
4. TAP/PART MUTE key
Use this key to enter a tap tempo. During playback, you can hold down this key and
press a Part key to mute the specified part.
5. SOLO key
During playback, you can hold down this key and press one or more Part keys to play-
back the specified part(s).
Step Key section
1. Select key
By pressing these keys to turn the Select LEDs on or off, you can use the sixteen step
keys as up to 64 step keys.In Song mode, these keys function as rewind and fast-forward
keys. When the Pattern Set function is on, they are used to switch Pattern Set groups.
2. Select LEDs
The upper row of LEDs (green) indicates the location (length 1...4) within the pattern of
the currently-playing rhythm pattern.
The lower row of LEDs (red) indicates the location (length 1...4) of the rhythm pattern
indicated by the step keys. When the Pattern Set key is on, these LEDs indicate the pat-
tern set group.