Editing each timbre
Synth programs can have up to two timbres.
A timbre consists of the parameters of EDIT SELECT 1 VOICE (except for
"SYNTH/VOCODER" and "SINGLE/LAYER") through LFO2 sections, and the
parameters of EDIT SELECT 2 PATCH 1–4 sections.
The VOICE section parameters "SYNTH/VOCODER" and "SINGLE/LAYER"
apply to the entire program.
Using both timbres (Layer)
Set the EDIT SELECT 1 knob to VOICE, and turn knob 2 to select
Selecting the timbre to edit
If you are editing a program that uses both timbres, here's how to select the timbre
Press the EDIT SELECT TIMBRE SELECT key to select the timbre that you
want to edit. (The corresponding TIMBRE SELECT LED will light.)
Your editing will affect the selected timbre.
You can also edit both timbres simultaneously (Edit Sync).
Press and hold the TIMBRE SELECT key for at least two seconds.
Both TIMBRE SELECT LEDs will light, and editing will be synchronized for the
two timbres. The display will indicate the value for timbre 1. The value of
timbre 1 will also be used as the value at which editing begins.
To cancel edit sync, press the TIMBRE SELECT key.
Edit sync will be cancelled, and timbre 1 will be the object of
You can use the Solo function even while editing is
The state of the edit sync function is not saved.
Listening to only one timbre (Solo)
For a program that uses both timbres, you can use the Solo function to hear just one
timbre. This is convenient when you want to hear just one timbre while you edit.
Hold down the SHIFT key and press the TIMBRE SELECT key.
The TIMBRE SELECT LED for the timbre selected for editing will start blinking,
and only that timbre will sound.
If you want to hear only the other timbre, once again hold down the SHIFT key
and press the TIMBRE SELECT key.
The TIMBRE SELECT LED for the other timbre will start blinking, and only that
timbre will sound. The timbre selected for editing will also change at this time.
To cancel the Solo function, press the TIMBRE SELECT key.
The Solo state cannot be memorized.
Exchanging and copying the settings of the timbres
You can exchange the settings of the two timbres, or copy the timbre settings from
another program. ( p.59)
SHIFT TIMBRE SELECT