Assigning an Arp in Multi Mode

Last Update: 11/08/2012

1. Press the [MULTI/SEQ PLAY] button.

2. Press the [EDIT] button.

3. Press the [F3] button.

4. Press the [SF4] button.

5. Use the [DATA] wheel to set the Outputswitch to ‘ON’.

NOTE: Step 5 is optional as this feature is used transmits the Arpeggiator data via the MIDI OUT jack to be recorded or to trigger an external MIDI device.

6. Press the [MULTI/SEQ PLAY] button.

7. Press the [F5] button.

NOTE: Bank can remain at Pre, but when selecting a Ctgr (category), select one based on which voice was selected earlier. (i.e. if a drum voice was selected, then DrPc would be a good ctgr to
start for drums).

8. Make sure to check the box for which part will be used for the arp (i.e. Drums assigned to part 2 will need the box for part 2 checked in order for the drums to respond to the arp).

9. Set switch to ‘ON’.

TIP: The HOLD option (same screen) is used to keep the arp running when the keyboardist stops playing.

10. Cursor down and select a Arpeggio type.

NOTE: At this point pressing keys will trigger the Arp.

NOTE: This concludes assigning Arps. Continue editing the Multi and store it when finished.

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