This selects the track that will be played by the keyboard of
the X50/microX and that will be controlled by the various
controllers of the X50/microX.
Track names can be speciﬁed in Utility "Rename Track"
When you play the keyboard or operate the controllers
of the X50/microX, the internal sound generator will
sound according to the settings (program, level, etc.) of
the track you selected here (if its "Status" (2–1a/2a) is
INT or BTH), and other tracks with the same MIDI
channel will also sound at the same time (if their "Sta-
tus" is INT or BTH). These messages will also be trans-
mitted on the MIDI channel speciﬁed for these tracks (if
their "Status" is EXT, EX2, or BTH).
This speciﬁes the tempo of the arpeggiator.
040...240: This will be displayed if "MIDI Clock" (GLOBAL
1–1a) is Internal. The tempo you specify here will be used.
EXT: This is shown if "MIDI Clock" is Ext-MIDI or Ext-USB
(or if set to Auto and the X50/microX is operating as a
slave). The internal tempo will synchronize to the MIDI
clock being received from an external sequencer or other
You can also set this parameter from the 7: Arp/Ctrls, Setup
You can set the tempo by tapping the [ENTER] button
several times at the desired timing. Alternatively, if GLO-
BAL 0–3: Foot page "Foot SW Assign" is set to Tap Tempo,
you can specify the tempo by tapping your foot on a pedal
switch connected to the ASSIGNABLE SWITCH jack.
If GLOBAL 0–3: Foot page "Foot SW Assign" is
set to Tap Tempo, you can specify the tempo by tapping
your foot on a pedal switch connected to the ASSIGNABLE
This area shows information about the selected multi
set. This indicates the functions that are assigned to [SW1]
and [SW2], and REALTIME CONTROLS B-mode [ASSIGN-
ABLE 1–4] knobs.
This area shows information about the selected
multi set. This indicates the functions that are assigned to
the REALTIME CONTROLS B-mode [ASSIGNABLE 1–4]
■ 0–1: UTILITY
For details on how to select the desired utility function, refer
to "PROG 0–1: UTILITY."
If you wish to save a multi set, be sure to write it into the
memory of the X50/microX.
An edited multi set cannot be recovered if you do not write
it to memory before turning off the power or selecting
For the procedure, refer to "Write Program" (PROG 0–1).
Copy From Combi (Copy from Combination)
This command copies the parameters of the speciﬁed combi-
nation to the currently selected multi set.
1 Select "Copy From Combi" to access the dialog box.
2 In "Combi," select the copy source destination.
3 If you check "with Effects," the insertion effect, master
effect, and master EQ settings will also be copied.
4 In "To," select the copy destination tracks (1–8 or 9–16).
5 If in step 4 you speciﬁed "To" as Track 1 to 8, the "Auto
adjust Arpeggio Setting" option will be available. If you
select this option, the MIDI channel and other settings of
some tracks will be automatically adjusted and tracks
will be added as necessary so that when you turn on the
arpeggiator for the multi set, it will sound just like it did
when you played the combination.
6 To execute the Copy From Combi command, press the
[MENU/OK] button. To cancel, press the [EXIT/CAN-
CEL] button. Be aware that when you execute this com-
mand, the setting data of the currently selected multi will
be erased, and overwritten by the data of the selected