COMBI 1: Ed–Tone Adjust
Indicates the bank and program for each timbre 1–8. These
parameters can also be set from the 0: Play, Prog page.
1–1a: Program Select, Program Name
Indicates the program that will be used by each timbre.
This displays part of the program name selected for each
■ 1–1: UTILITY
☞"Write Combination," "Solo Selected Timbre" (0–1),
"Select by Category (Combi/Category, Prog T1...T8/Cate-
Speciﬁes the pan and volume for each timbre 1–8. These
parameters can also be set from the 0: Play, Mixer page.
1–2a: Pan, Volume
Sets the pan of each timbre 1–8. (☞0–3a)
Sets the volume of each timbre 1–8. (☞0–3a)
■ 1–2: UTILITY
☞"Write Combination," "Solo Selected Timbre" (0–1)
(Tone Adjust 1)
(Tone Adjust 2)
(Tone Adjust 3)
You can also use the Tone Adjust function to temporarily
adjust the tone of the program for each timbre.
While creating a combination, you might use this function to
soften the sound of a program or give it a faster attack so
that it ﬁts better within the combination, without having to
return to Program mode and edit the program itself. For
each timbre, you can assign and adjust up to six parameters
such as the ﬁlter cutoff, resonance, ﬁlter EQ, and amp EG.
1–3(4)(5)a: Destination 1–6, Value 1–6
Selects the parameter that you want to adjust.
Speciﬁes the value for the parameter you selected in "Desti-
nation 1–6." If you set this to +00 or PRG, the setting of the
program will be used.
Normally, you should not select the same parameter for
more than one "Destination" in the same track. How-
ever if you do so, the parameters will operate as fol-
If you select other than Hold or Reverse
The "Value" of each "Destination" set to the same
parameter will be summed for each track. However, the
"Value" of the parameter being controlled by the "Des-
tination" will not exceed the allowable range of set-
tings. For example if you have assigned three Detune1
settings for the same track, and their "Value" settings
are set to +1000, +1000, and +1000 respectively, then the
result will be +1200. (The sum is +3000, but the value is
limited at the maximum of +1200 for the Detune1
parameter.) Settings of +1000, +1000, and –1000 would
produce a result of +1000.
The last of the multiple "Destination" settings will be
"Destination 1–6" and "Value 1–6"
The parameters that can be controlled and their range of val-
ues are as follows.
LPF Fc (Low Pass Filter Cutoff Frequency)
Adjusts the low pass ﬁlter cutoff frequency of program OSC
1/2. This will affect the brightness of the sound. The param-
eter will be controlled in the same way as when CC#74 is