played monophonically with last-note priority. For example
you might assign closed and open hi-hat sounds to the same
group so that two or more hi-hat sounds can not sound
Off: Keys will not be grouped. Normally you will set this
Enable Note On (Note On Receive)
On (checked): Note-on messages will be received.
Normally you will check this, but you can uncheck it if you
do not want speciﬁc notes to sound.
Enable Note Off (Note Off Receive)
On (checked): Note-off messages will be received.
Normally you will uncheck this. This parameter is valid
when "Hold" (PROG 1–1b) is checked (Hold On). In the
case of a drum program, you will normally select Hold On.
In this case if "Enable Note Off" is checked, note-off mes-
sages will be received, and the sound will stop (the release
segment of the EG will begin) when the key is released.
Speciﬁes the panning for each key.
With a setting of Rndm (Random), the panning of the drum-
sample will change randomly for each note-on.
BUS (Bus Select)
[L/R, IFX, 1, 2, 1/2, Off]
Speciﬁes the bus to which each key will be sent.
For example you can send snare-type sounds to IFX to apply
the insert effect, and send the other sounds to L/R without
applying the insert effect.
S1 (Send1 (MFX1))
S2 (Send2 (MFX2))
For each key, specify the send levels to master effects 1 and
2. These settings are valid when "BUS Select" (4–3a) is set to
L/R or Off.
If "BUS Select" is set to IFX, the send level to master effects 1
and 2 will be determined by the Program, Combination, or
Multi mode Setup pages (PROG/COMBI 8–2, MULTI 8–3)
"S1 (Send1(MFX1)," "S2 (Send2(MFX2)" which are located
after the sound passes through IFX.
Drum kits will sound using the settings of the program
that is selected in Program mode. These settings are
valid only if "Use DKit Setting" (PROG 6–1b, 8–1b) are
checked. Be aware that the results of editing a drum kit
will not be reﬂected unless these settings have been
made in the program.
■ 4–3: UTILITY
☞"Write Drum Kits," "Rename Drum Kit," "Copy Drum
Kit," "Copy Key Setup" (4–1)
GLOBAL 5: Arp.Pattern
Here you can create user arpeggio patterns.
In this page, the X50/microX will sound as it did in the
mode you were in before entering Global mode.
If you entered the Global mode from Program mode: Your
editing will apply to the arpeggio pattern that is selected by
the program. Even if you moved from a program in which
the arpeggiator is turned off, it can be turned on by the [ARP
If you entered the Global mode from Combination mode:
Your editing will apply to the arpeggio pattern that is
selected by the combination. Even if you moved from a com-
bination in which the arpeggiator is turned off, it can be
turned on by the [ARP ON/OFF] button.
However, it is not possible to turn on an arpeggiator for
which the A or B parameter is unchecked in "Arpeggiator
Run" (COMBI 0–4(5)a, COMBI 7–1a). Also, the arpeggiator
will not run unless it has been assigned to a timbre in
"Assign" (COMBI 7–1b).
If you entered the Global mode from Multi mode: Your
editing will apply to the arpeggio pattern speciﬁed for the
selected multi set.
Even if you entered Global mode from a mode in which the
arpeggiator was turned off, you can use the [ARP ON/OFF]
button to turn it on. However, it is not possible to turn on an
arpeggiator for which the "Arpeggiator Run" (MULTI 7–
1(2)a) parameter A or B is not checked. Also, the arpeggiator
will not operate if it has not been assigned to a track in
"Assign" (MULTI 7–1(2)b).
In each of the above cases, you can modify the settings of the
arpeggio pattern even if the arpeggiator is not turned on.
When editing a pattern, it is a good idea to turn on the
arpeggiator and make sure that it is the pattern that you
wish to edit.
If you want the edited user arpeggio pattern settings to
be backed up even when the power is turned off, you
must write them into memory. Select the Utility "Write
Arpeggio Pattern" to access the Write Arpeggio Pattern
☞For details on creating an arpeggio pattern (☞OG p.91).
5–1a: Arp, Pat (Pattern), (Tempo)
Arp (Arpeggio Select)
If you have moved from Combination mode or Multi mode
and edit an arpeggio pattern, you must select either
arpeggiator A or B as the pattern to edit. Your editing will
apply only to the selected one.
B will not be displayed if you moved here from Program