Creating a Custom Multi Setup and Dumping the Settings to a Sequencer

Last Update: 05/25/2012

Initializing a Multi:

1. Press the [MULTI] button.

2. Press the [UTILITY] button.

3. Use the PAGE [ < ] [ > ] buttons to display the [JobSel] screen.

4. Use the up or down buttons to select Initialize on the screen.

5. Press and hold the [SHIFT] button, then press the [ENTER] button three times.

6. Press the [EXIT] button twice.

 

Naming a Multi:

1. Press the [EDIT] button.

NOTE: If the [MUTE/SEL] button LED is ON, press it once to turn it OFF.

2. Use the PAGE [ < ] [ > ] buttons to display the 'General' screen.

3. Use the up or down button to navigate to 'Name' in the display.

4. Use the BANK [ < ] [ > ]buttons to select a character.

5. Use the Data wheel to change the character.

6. When finished, press the [EXIT] button.


Selecting Voices and Settings for Each Part:

 1. Press the [MULTI] button twice.

NOTE: Multi light will turn red.

2. Press the [CATEGORY SEARCH] button.

3. Use the BANK [ < ] [ > ] buttons to select a category.

4. Select a voice.

5. Press (and hold) the [SHIFT] button.

6. Press the Part [ < ] [ > ] button to select the next part .

 NOTE: Steps 2-4 are for one part (track), and this process, if needed, is to be repeated for the other parts.

7. Repeat steps 2-6.


Storing the Multi:

1. Press (and hold down) the [SHIFT] button.

2. Press the [UTILITY] button.

3. Press the [ENTER] button twice.

 

Bulk dumping a Multi:

NOTE: A bulk dump is information recorded by an external MIDI recorder. Either DAW software or an external hardware MIDI sequencer is required for this process.

NOTE: The MIDI track, in the external sequencer, is required to be empty before this process is started.

1. Press the [UTILITY] button.

2. Use the PAGE [ < ] [ > ] buttons to display the [JobSel] screen.

3. Use the up or down button to select Bulk Dump.

4. Start the external sequencer recording.

5. Press and hold the [SHIFT] button.

6. Press the [ENTER] button two times.

NOTE: The screen displays 'Transmitting MIDI Bulk', while the data is being transmitted. After the message disappears, the external sequencer should be stopped. The file should be saved as a MIDI (.MID) file.

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