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Keyboard Arp & Drum Pad Owner`s Manual
Keyboard Arp & Drum Pad Owner’s Manual
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What is Keyboard Arp & Drum Pad?
This application lets you control Arpeggio playback and Drum performances of the synthesizer from your iPad.
Keyboard Arp & Drum Pad
Utility window
For setting parameters
common to the Keyboard and
Drum Pad displays.
Drum Pad display
For playing the Drum sounds
of the synthesizer.
By using MIDI cables and a Yamaha i-MX1, connect the instrument to an iPad.
The MOTIF XF can be connected via wireless Network MIDI. For details about wireless
MIDI connectivity, refer to the “New Functions in MOTIF XF Version 1.20” Manual
i-MX1
MIDI instrument
MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
iPad
MIDI IN
Keyboard display
For controlling Arpeggio
playback of the synthesizer.
MIDI OUT
Pad Edit window
For assigning specific MIDI
notes to each Pad.
The iPad operation will transmit MIDI
note on/off messages to the MIDI
instrument.
NOTE
For information about the MIDI settings of the
instrument, refer to the Owner’s Manual which
came with the instrument.
Title bar
Indicates the MIDI Transmit Channel
used in the Keyboard display.
Tapping this changes the screen
to the Keyboard display.
Indicates the MIDI Transmit Channel
used in the Drum Pad display.
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Each lamp flashes according to
the MIDI in/out messages.
Tapping this changes the screen
to the Drum Pad display.
Tapping this opens or closes
the Utility window.
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Utility window
This window lets you set the parameters common to the Keyboard and Drum Pad displays.
Sets the MIDI Transmit Channel from the Keyboard
display.
Utility window
Sets the MIDI Transmit Channel from the Drum Pad
display.
When set to “Arp,” the Drum Pad display lets
you control Arpeggio playback via the Keyboard
Transmit Channel.
Determines the connection method between the
iPad and MIDI instrument.
cable: Should be selected when connected via
the i-MX1.
wireless: Should be selected when connected via
wireless Network MIDI.
NOTE
When set to “wireless,” make the Wi-Fi setup in Settings > Wi-Fi
in your iPad.
Determines whether Arpeggio/Step Sequencer
playback will be synchronized to the internal clock or
the external MIDI clock.
internal: Playback is synchronized to the internal clock.
external: Playback is synchronized to the external
MIDI clock received from an external MIDI instrument
via MIDI.
auto: When MIDI clock continuously comes from an
external MIDI device, playback is synchronized to the
external MIDI clock. When no MIDI clock continuously
comes from an external MIDI device, playback is
synchronized to the internal MIDI clock.
NOTE
When the MIDI Type is set to “wireless,” only “internal” is available.
Selects the MIDI port of the instrument in case of
wireless connection.
Determines the Velocity transmitted when tapping
a key in the Keyboard display.
Determines the MIDI Control Change number assigned
to “ASSIGN1” in the Slider section of the Keyboard
display.
Determines the MIDI Control Change number
assigned to “ASSIGN2” in the Slider section of the
Keyboard display.
Determines the Modulation speed when
[MODULATION] is tapped in the Keyboard display.
Tapping this calls up the Owner’s Manual.
Tapping here initializes all the settings.
Indicates the program version.
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Keyboard display
This display lets you control Arpeggio playback of the synthesizer. Select the desired Arpeggio Type (5) then tap the keyboard at the bottom.
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1Keyboard
4Slider and PITCH/VELOCITY/ASSIGN1/ASSIGN2
Tapping or touching a key will transmit the corresponding MIDI note message.
Dragging this area leftward or rightward will scroll through the entire keyboard.
When “PITCH” is selected, the Slider can be used as the Pitch Bend wheel. When
“VELOCITY” is selected, holding the Slider and tapping any key transmits the MIDI
note message via the Velocity according to the Slider position. When “ASSIGN1” or
“ASSIGN2” is selected, tapping the Slider transmits the MIDI message specified in
the Utility window.
2KEYBOARD SCROLL LOCK
Tapping here locks or unlocks keyboard scrolling. The red color indicates the locked
condition.
3MODULATION
Tapping this transmits Modulation Wheel messages via MIDI.
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5Arpeggio type
Indicates the current Arpeggio type. Tapping [+]/[-] changes the Arpeggio type in
single steps. Or to change the Arpeggio type, tap the Arpeggio type indicator to call
up the Arpeggio Type list, then tap the desired type
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6-1, -2 LIST
!OCTAVE RANGE
Tapping [LIST] calls up the Arpeggio Type list as shown at right. To select a Type,
tap the desired Category at left then tap the desired Type.
Determines the octave setting of Arpeggio playback.
@BEAT STRETCH (%)
Determines the actual playback tempo by multiplying the current tempo by the
percentage value selected here. The “50%” setting doubles the tempo while the
“200%” setting halves the tempo.
#SWING VALUE
Determines the type of note that serves as the basis for the Swing parameter:
1/32 (32nd note), 3/16 (16th note triplet), 1/16 (16th note), 3/8 (8th note triplet), 1/8
(8th note), 3/4 (1/4 note triplet), 1/4 (1/4 note)
$Slider, GATE TIME/SWING
6 -2 Arpeggio Type list
7TEMPO
To change the tempo, tap the Tempo value to call up the slider then operate the
slider, or tap [TAP] three times at the desired tempo.
Tapping [-]/[+]changes the value in single steps
When “GATE TIME” is turned on, the Slider operation controls the gate time of the
Arpeggio notes. When “SWING” is turned on, the Slider operation adjusts the timing
of the even-numbered back-beat notes (according to the note type specified in the
SWING VALUE parameter) to produce a swing feel.
%TRANSPOSE
Shifts the note in semitone steps.
8ARP ON/OFF HOLD
When ARP ON/OFF is turned on, tapping the key will trigger Arpeggio playback.
When HOLD is turned on, the Arpeggio cycles even if you release your fingers from
the Keyboard (1).
9VARIATION
Determines the playback variation of the Arpeggio.
)VELOCITY MODE
When ORIGINAL is turned on, the Arpeggio plays back with the velocities included
in the Arpeggio sequence data. When THRU is turned on, the Arpeggio plays back
with the velocity determined by the “Keyboard Fixed Velocity” in the Utility window.
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Drum Pad display
This display lets you play the Drum sounds of the synthesizer. Select a Drum Set (2), then tap the desired Drum Pads on the display.
Same as those on the Keyboard display.
Lets you copy and paste all the Drum Set data
from Drum Set to Drum Set. Tap the copy source
Drum Set name, then tap [COPY]. Next, tap
the copy destination Drum Set name, then tap
[PASTE] to execute the Copy operation.
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2
4
3
5
2
3
6
7
2
Red Pad
Up to one note is assigned
to each of the left and right
sections of the Pad.
Gray Pad
No note is assigned.
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Yellow Pad
Tapping this starts the Step
Sequencer. The settings can be
made in the Pad Edit window.
Tapping here calls up the on-screen keyboard
and the e-mail icon which lets you edit the Pad
Set name and send the Pad Set data via e-mail.
Blue Pad
Indicates that two or more notes are
assigned to either the right or left
section of the Pad.
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1Pad
7Roll indicator
Tap any Pad to transmit the assigned MIDI note messages. You can assign up to five
MIDI notes to a single Pad, and if desired you can assign the control function of the
Step Sequencer. To make detailed settings, use the Pad Edit window.
The information of the ROLL is shown while holding the Roll Note button.
2Pad Set
Indicates the current Pad Set, which includes the settings regarding what notes are
assigned to each of the sixteen Drum Pads. Tapping [+]/[-] changes the Pad Set in
single steps. Or to change the Pad Set, tap the Pad Set name indicator to call up the
Pad Type list, then tap the desired one.
3EDIT, LEARN
To edit the settings for each Pad:
1) Tap [EDIT].
2) Tap the desired Pad to call up the Pad Edit window and the on-screen keyboard.
3) Make the settings including the note assignment as described below.
You can set the desired Note and Velocity also by tapping [LEARN] then pressing
the key on the actual keyboard of the connected synthesizer.
Velocity
Gate Time
Pinching in and out horizontally adjusts the Gate Time of all the notes. Dragging
each bar vertically adjusts the Velocity.
4Slider
When “PITCH” (as the Pitch Bend wheel), “ASSIGN1,” or “ASSIGN2” is selected,
controlling the slider will transmit the MIDI value according to your finger position.
The Utility window lets you assign the desired MIDI messages to “ASSIGN1” and
“ASSSIGN2” individually. When “VELOCITY” is selected, holding the slider will set the velocity with which the
MIDI note messages of the Pad are transmitted.
When “ROLL LENGTH” is selected, controlling the slider will modify the length of the
ROLL according to your finger position.
5LATCH
When this button is switched to blue by tapping, simply tap the Roll Note button to hold it.
6Roll Note buttons
Determines the note length of the roll produced by touching the Pad while holding
a Roll Note button.
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Pad Edit window
From this window, you can set the MIDI notes assigned to the Pad. Select “Play” or “Seq” (3), then make the settings.
Pad Edit window with “Play”
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2
Pad Edit window with “Seq”
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5
6
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Velocity
@
Gate time
$
A measure length
1 Lets you copy all the Pad data from Pad to Pad. Open the Pad Edit window of
the copy source, then tap [COPY]. Next, open the Pad Edit window of the copy
destination, then tap [PASTE] to execute the Copy operation.
2 Clears all note assignments.
3 Play: Tapping the Pad transmits the assigned MIDI note messages once.
Seq: Tapping the Pad starts playback of the Step Sequencer, which transmits
the assigned MIDI note messages.
4 L: The Note message is transmitted only when you tap the left half section of
the Pad.
All: The Note message is transmitted when you tap any location of the Pad.
R: The Note message is transmitted only when you tap the right half section of
the Pad.
5 Determines the MIDI Transmit Channel.
Basic: The value specified via the Pad Basic Tx Ch of Utility is set as the MIDI
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Transmit Channel.
Arp: Arpeggio playback is transmitted when ARP ON/OFF is turned ON in the
Keyboard display. In this case, the value specified via the Keyboard Tx Ch of
Utility is set as the MIDI Transmit Channel.
6 To set the Note, tap the desired key in the on-screen keyboard.
7 To set the Velocity, tap the Velocity value or values to call up the slider then
adjust the slider.
8 Clears the note assignment.
9 Tapping here calls up the on-screen keyboard which lets you edit the Pad name.
) Finalizes the settings then closes the window.
! Determines the Note length of the Step Sequencer.
@ Turns on and off each measure (1 – 4) of the Step Sequencer.
# Pinching in and out horizontally adjusts the Gate Time of all the notes.
$ Dragging each bar vertically adjusts the Velocity.
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Arpeggio Type List
General Voice types which are most suitable for the respective Arpeggio Types are listed in the “Voice Type” column. Among these, the ones in quotation marks are specific
Voices actually provided on the MOTIF XF.
Category Arp No.
Arp Name
Time
Signature
Length
Original
Tempo
Voice Type
Category Arp No.
Arp Name
Time
Signature
Length
Original
Tempo
Voice Type
Category Arp No.
Arp Name
Time
Signature
Length
Original
Tempo
Voice Type
Pick Bass
DrPc
1
ContmpRk
4/4
4
126
"Power Standard Kit 2"
DrPc
37
Regeton
4/4
4
98
"Hip Hop Kit 1"
Bass
73
CntmpRk1
4/4
4
126
DrPc
2
StndRock
4/4
4
131
–
DrPc
38
RegetnPc
4/4
4
98
"Percussion Kit"
Bass
74
CntmpRk2
4/4
4
126
–
DrPc
3
PowerRck
4/4
4
120
"Power Standard Kit 1"
DrPc
39
SoulBeat
4/4
4
124
"Power Standard Kit 1"
Bass
75
StndRck1
4/4
4
131
Finger Bass
DrPc
4
AlternRk
4/4
4
100
"Rock Stereo Kit 2"
DrPc
40
SoulShuf
4/4
4
98
"Power Standard Kit 2"
Bass
76
StndRck2
4/4
4
131
–
DrPc
5
MondoRck
4/4
4
94
–
DrPc
41
Big Beat
4/4
4
115
"Break Kit"
Bass
77
PowerRk1
4/4
4
120
Pick Bass
DrPc
6
XoverRk
4/4
2
100
"Rock Stereo Kit 1"
DrPc
42
Breakbt
4/4
4
115
–
Bass
78
PowerRk2
4/4
4
120
–
DrPc
7
Rck&Roll
4/4
4
172
"Power Standard Kit 2"
DrPc
43
Lo Beat
4/4
2
140
–
Bass
79
AlternRk
4/4
4
100
Finger Bass
DrPc
8
GuitrPp1
4/4
2
90
"Power Standard Kit 1"
DrPc
44
DrumnBas
4/4
2
154
"Drum'n'Bass Kit"
Bass
80
XoverRk
4/4
1
100
–
DrPc
9
GuitrPp2
4/4
4
100
"Dry Standard Kit"
DrPc
45
Techno
4/4
8
135
"House Kit 2"
Bass
81
Rck&Roll
4/4
4
172
Pick Bass
Finger Bass
DrPc
10
Unpluggd
4/4
4
120
"Power Standard Kit 1"
DrPc
46
Trance
4/4
4
140
"Analog T9 Kit"
Bass
82
GuitrPp1
4/4
2
90
DrPc
11
FingrPck
4/4
4
94
"Dry Standard Kit"
DrPc
47
DreamDnc
4/4
4
136
"House Kit 1"
Bass
83
GuitrPp2
4/4
4
100
Pick Bass
DrPc
12
Brit Pop
4/4
2
86
"Brush Kit"
DrPc
48
Ibiza
4/4
2
135
–
Bass
84
Unpluggd
4/4
4
113
Acoustic Bass
Finger Bass
DrPc
13
EP Balld
4/4
2
60
"Power Standard Kit 2"
DrPc
49
EuroTeck
4/4
2
140
"Tekno Kit"
Bass
85
FingrPck
4/4
1
120
DrPc
14
8BtBasic
4/4
4
120
"Power Standard Kit 1"
DrPc
50
Club Hus
4/4
2
128
"House Kit 1"
Bass
86
Brit Pop
4/4
2
86
–
DrPc
15
8Bt Soft
4/4
4
100
–
DrPc
51
House
4/4
2
123
"Analog T9 Kit"
Bass
87
EP Balld
4/4
2
60
–
DrPc
16
16BtBld1
4/4
4
75
–
DrPc
52
Garage
4/4
2
127
"House Kit 1"
Bass
88
8BtBasic
4/4
4
120
–
DrPc
17
16BtBld2
4/4
2
64
–
DrPc
53
AcoJazz
4/4
4
204
"Dry Standard Kit"
Bass
89
8BtSoft
4/4
4
100
–
DrPc
18
16Bt Pop
4/4
4
103
–
DrPc
54
ModernJz
4/4
16
218
"Power Standard Kit 1"
Bass
90
16BtBlld
4/4
4
75
–
DrPc
19
6/8 Pop
4/4
4
100
–
DrPc
55
ShfBlues
4/4
4
115
"Power Standard Kit 2"
Bass
91
16Bt Pop
4/4
4
103
Slap Bass
Finger Bass
DrPc
20
6/8Balld
4/4
2
58
"Power Standard Kit 2"
DrPc
56
SlwBlues
4/4
2
49
–
Bass
92
6/8 Pop
4/4
4
100
DrPc
21
Funk
4/4
4
107
"Hyper Standard Kit"
DrPc
57
PnBoogie
4/4
8
160
–
Bass
93
6/8Balld
4/4
2
58
–
DrPc
22
FunkRock
4/4
4
95
"Power Standard Kit 1"
DrPc
58
Reggae
4/4
4
102
"Dry Standard Kit"
Bass
94
FingrBs1
4/4
1
115
–
DrPc
23
JazzFunk
4/4
4
120
–
DrPc
59
ReggeShf
4/4
4
90
"Power Standard Kit 1"
Bass
95
FingrBs2
4/4
3
115
–
DrPc
24
SlowEasy
4/4
4
72
–
DrPc
60
Salsa
4/4
2
123
"Dry Standard Kit"
Bass
96
FingrBs3
4/4
2
150
–
DrPc
25
ClubJazz
4/4
4
125
–
DrPc
61
SalsaPc
4/4
4
123
–
Bass
97
FingrBs4
4/4
2
89
–
DrPc
26
PopShuff
4/4
4
94
–
DrPc
62
Samba
4/4
4
120
–
Bass
98
FingrBs5
4/4
1
115
–
DrPc
27
GosplFnk
4/4
4
106
–
DrPc
63
SambaPc
4/4
4
120
–
Bass
99
SlapBass
4/4
3
120
Slap Bass
DrPc
28
StdDisco
4/4
4
120
"Power Standard Kit 2"
DrPc
64
Bossa
4/4
4
124
"Brush Kit"
Bass
100
FunkRock
4/4
4
95
Finger Bass
DrPc
29
PhilyDsc
4/4
2
100
"Power Standard Kit 1"
DrPc
65
BossaPc
4/4
4
124
–
Bass
101
JazFunk1
4/4
2
120
–
DrPc
30
ChartPop
4/4
4
92
"Hip Hop Kit 3"
DrPc
66
Spanish
4/4
2
120
"Hyper Standard Kit"
Bass
102
JazFunk2
4/4
4
120
–
DrPc
31
New R&B
4/4
1
97
–
CPrc
67
R&B Dsc
4/4
2
110
Chromatic Perc.
Bass
103
SlowEasy
4/4
4
72
–
DrPc
32
Smooth
4/4
4
64
"Hip Hop Kit 1"
CPrc
68
Trance
4/4
4
140
–
Bass
104
ClubJazz
4/4
4
125
–
DrPc
33
HipHop1
4/4
2
94
"Break Kit"
CPrc
69
Ethnic1
6/4
5
118
–
Bass
105
PopShuff
4/4
4
94
Slap Bass
DrPc
34
HipHop2
4/4
2
105
"Hip Hop Kit 3"
CPrc
70
Ethnic2
7/4
3
120
–
Bass
106
GosplFnk
4/4
4
106
Finger Bass
DrPc
35
HipHop3
4/4
2
104
–
CPrc
71
MOD
4/4
2
120
–
Bass
107
StdDisco
4/4
1
120
–
DrPc
36
Hip Rock
4/4
4
132
"House Kit 2"
CPrc
72
Trill
4/4
1
120
–
Bass
108
PhilyDsc
4/4
2
100
–
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Category Arp No.
Arp Name
Time
Signature
Length
Original
Tempo
Voice Type
Category Arp No.
Arp Name
Time
Signature
Length
Original
Tempo
Voice Type
Category Arp No.
Arp Name
Time
Signature
Length
Original
Tempo
Voice Type
Bass
109
ChartPop
4/4
4
92
Synth Bass
Seq
153
Classic
4/4
1
120
Syn Comp/Lead
Seq
197
SuperArp
4/4
2
120
–
Bass
110
NewR&B1
4/4
1
97
–
Seq
154
Oct Seq
4/4
1
130
–
Seq
198
AcidLine
4/4
1
120
–
Bass
111
NewR&B2
4/4
1
97
–
Seq
155
RandmSeq
4/4
1
90
–
Seq
199
Doves
4/4
1
150
–
Bass
112
Smooth
4/4
2
64
–
Seq
156
Vel Gruv
4/4
1
134
–
Seq
200
PulsLine
4/4
2
120
–
Bass
113
HipHop1
4/4
2
105
–
Seq
157
X-Sweep
4/4
1
140
–
Seq
201
SyncpEco
4/4
2
120
–
Bass
114
HipHop2
4/4
2
94
–
Seq
158
Simple1
4/4
1
130
–
Seq
202
Waggle
4/4
1
140
–
Bass
115
HipHop3
4/4
2
94
–
Seq
159
Simple2
4/4
1
130
–
ChSq
203
SynChrd1
4/4
1
130
–
Bass
116
HipHop4
4/4
2
94
–
Seq
160
Simple3
4/4
1
130
–
ChSq
204
SynChrd2
4/4
1
90
–
Bass
117
Hip Rock
4/4
4
132
Finger Bass
Seq
161
Basic
4/4
1
130
–
ChSq
205
BasChrd1
4/4
2
130
–
Bass
118
Regeton
4/4
4
98
Synth Bass
Seq
162
FifthSQ1
4/4
1
130
–
ChSq
206
BasChrd2
4/4
1
130
–
Bass
119
GruvBass
4/4
2
120
–
Seq
163
FifthSQ2
4/4
1
130
–
ChSq
207
ChillChd
4/4
1
90
–
Bass
120
SoulBeat
4/4
4
124
Finger Bass
Seq
164
MuteLine
4/4
1
134
–
ChSq
208
TrancRtm
4/4
4
140
–
Bass
121
SoulShuf
4/4
4
98
–
Seq
165
Chodal
4/4
2
150
–
ChSq
209
Ibiza
4/4
2
135
–
Bass
122
ChillOut
4/4
2
79
–
Seq
166
AlternRk
4/4
4
100
–
ChSq
210
Garage
4/4
2
127
–
Bass
123
Big Beat
4/4
4
115
–
Seq
167
Trance1
4/4
4
115
–
ChSq
211
Syncopat
4/4
2
120
–
Bass
124
Breakbt1
4/4
4
115
Synth Bass
Seq
168
Trance2
4/4
1
140
–
HySq
212
Hybrid1
4/4
1
130
Syn Comp/Lead/Pad
Bass
125
Breakbt2
4/4
4
88
–
Seq
169
Trance3
4/4
4
140
–
HySq
213
Hybrid2
4/4
1
95
–
Bass
126
DrumnBas
4/4
4
170
–
Seq
170
Trance4
4/4
1
140
–
HySq
214
Hybrid3
4/4
1
130
–
Bass
127
Techno
4/4
8
135
–
Seq
171
Trance5
4/4
1
140
–
HySq
215
Hybrid4
4/4
1
130
–
Bass
128
Trance
4/4
4
140
–
Seq
172
Trance6
4/4
4
140
–
HySq
216
Hybrid5
4/4
1
106
–
Acoustic Piano
Bass
129
Tek Bass
4/4
1
138
–
Seq
173
Trance7
4/4
1
140
–
ApKb
217
Pf Arp1
4/4
2
64
Bass
130
DreamDnc
4/4
2
136
–
Seq
174
Trance8
4/4
1
130
–
ApKb
218
Pf Arp2
4/4
2
74
–
Bass
131
Ibiza
4/4
2
135
–
Seq
175
Trance9
4/4
2
145
–
ApKb
219
Pf Arp3
4/4
2
130
–
–
Bass
132
DiscoHus
4/4
4
126
–
Seq
176
Trance10
4/4
2
145
–
ApKb
220
Pf Arp4
4/4
1
116
Bass
133
ClubHus1
4/4
1
128
–
Seq
177
DreamDnc
4/4
1
136
–
ApKb
221
Pf Arp5
4/4
1
82
–
Bass
134
ClubHus2
4/4
1
128
–
Seq
178
Ibiza1
4/4
2
135
–
ApKb
222
Pf Arp6
4/4
2
130
–
–
Bass
135
Garage
4/4
2
127
–
Seq
179
Ibiza2
4/4
2
135
–
ApKb
223
Pf Arp7
4/4
2
130
Bass
136
HouseBas
4/4
4
120
–
Seq
180
Tekno
4/4
2
120
–
ApKb
224
Pf Arp8
4/4
1
74
–
Bass
137
AcidBass
4/4
1
120
–
Seq
181
SynArp1
4/4
1
130
–
ApKb
225
70sRock1
4/4
2
130
–
Bass
138
AcoJazz1
4/4
4
204
Acoustic Bass
Seq
182
SynArp2
4/4
1
130
–
ApKb
226
70sRock2
4/4
4
130
–
Bass
139
AcoJazz2
4/4
4
204
–
Seq
183
SynArp3
4/4
1
130
–
ApKb
227
EP Balld
4/4
2
60
Electric Piano
Bass
140
ModrnJz1
4/4
16
218
–
Seq
184
SynArp4
4/4
1
90
–
ApKb
228
Slowfeel
4/4
1
74
–
Bass
141
ModrnJz2
4/4
16
218
–
Seq
185
SynArp5
4/4
1
138
–
ApKb
229
16Bt Pop
4/4
4
103
–
Bass
142
ShfBlues
4/4
4
115
Pick Bass
Seq
186
Melody1
4/4
1
70
–
ApKb
230
AnalgPop
4/4
2
93
–
Bass
143
SlwBlues
4/4
2
49
Finger Bass
Seq
187
Melody2
4/4
1
70
–
ApKb
231
ClubJazz
4/4
4
125
Acoustic Piano
Electric Piano
Bass
144
PnBoogie
4/4
8
160
Acoustic Bass
Seq
188
Electro1
4/4
1
130
–
ApKb
232
ChartPop
4/4
1
92
Bass
145
Reggae
4/4
4
102
Finger Bass
Seq
189
Electro2
4/4
1
130
–
ApKb
233
Swing EP
4/4
1
101
–
Bass
146
ReggeShf
4/4
4
90
–
Seq
190
Electro3
4/4
1
130
–
ApKb
234
6/8 R&B
4/4
2
61
–
Bass
147
Salsa
4/4
4
123
Acoustic Bass
Seq
191
Electro4
4/4
1
130
–
ApKb
235
HipHop1
4/4
2
105
–
Bass
148
Montuno
4/4
4
100
Finger Bass
Seq
192
Electro5
4/4
1
130
–
ApKb
236
HipHop2
4/4
2
105
–
Bass
149
Samba
4/4
2
120
–
Seq
193
Electro6
4/4
1
130
–
ApKb
237
HipHop3
4/4
2
105
Harpsichord
Bass
150
Bossa
4/4
4
124
–
Seq
194
CompuBas
4/4
1
130
–
ApKb
238
Clavi1
4/4
1
110
Clavi
Bass
151
LatinHus
4/4
4
138
–
Seq
195
Poly Arp
4/4
1
120
–
ApKb
239
Clavi2
4/4
1
110
–
Bass
152
Spanish
4/4
1
120
–
Seq
196
Tek Echo
4/4
2
120
–
ApKb
240
Clavi3
4/4
1
124
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Category Arp No.
Arp Name
Time
Signature
Length
Original
Tempo
Voice Type
Category Arp No.
Arp Name
Time
Signature
Length
Original
Tempo
Voice Type
Category Arp No.
Arp Name
Time
Signature
Length
Original
Tempo
Voice Type
ApKb
241
DrumnBas
4/4
4
170
Electric Piano
GtPl
275
GuitrPp4
4/4
4
100
Clean Guitar
GtPl
309
HipHop2
4/4
2
94
–
ApKb
242
ClubHus
4/4
2
128
–
GtPl
276
GuitrPp5
4/4
1
90
Acoustic Guitar
GtPl
310
HipRock1
4/4
4
90
Od/Dist Guitar
ApKb
243
HousePf
4/4
2
130
Acoustic Piano
GtPl
277
Unplug1
4/4
4
120
–
GtPl
311
HipRock2
4/4
4
132
–
ApKb
244
Reggae
4/4
2
92
Clavi
GtPl
278
Unplug2
4/4
2
120
–
GtPl
312
SoulBeat
4/4
4
124
Clean Guitar
ApKb
245
Salsa
4/4
1
123
Acoustic Piano
GtPl
279
Unplug3
4/4
2
120
–
GtPl
313
SoulShuf
4/4
4
98
–
ApKb
246
Montuno
4/4
2
100
–
GtPl
280
FingrPk1
4/4
2
120
–
GtPl
314
Big Beat
4/4
4
115
Od/Dist Guitar
Clean Guitar
ApKb
247
PnoLatin
4/4
2
120
–
GtPl
281
FingrPk2
4/4
2
120
–
GtPl
315
AcoJazz
4/4
4
204
Orgn
248
HouseOrg
4/4
1
130
Organ
GtPl
282
BritPop1
4/4
2
86
–
GtPl
316
ModernJz
4/4
16
218
–
Orgn
249
Reggae
4/4
1
92
–
GtPl
283
BritPop2
4/4
2
86
Clean Guitar
GtPl
317
ShfBlues
4/4
4
115
Mute Guitar
Orgn
250
LatinOrg
4/4
1
110
–
GtPl
284
EP Balld
4/4
2
60
–
GtPl
318
SlwBlues
4/4
2
49
Od/Dist Guitar
GtPl
251
Strum1
4/4
2
120
Acoustic Guitar
GtPl
285
8BtBasic
4/4
4
120
–
GtPl
319
PnBoogie
4/4
4
160
Clean Guitar
GtPl
252
Strum2
4/4
2
120
–
GtPl
286
8BtSoft
4/4
4
100
Acoustic Guitar
GtPl
320
Reggae
4/4
2
102
–
GtPl
253
Strum3
4/4
2
120
–
GtPl
287
16BtBlld
4/4
4
75
Clean Guitar
GtPl
321
ReggeShf
4/4
4
90
–
GtPl
254
SteelGtr
4/4
4
120
–
GtPl
288
6/8 Pop
4/4
4
100
–
GtPl
322
Samba
4/4
4
120
Acoustic Guitar
GtPl
255
GtrArp1
4/4
1
120
–
GtPl
289
6/8Balld
4/4
2
58
–
GtPl
323
Bossa
4/4
4
124
–
GtPl
256
GtrArp2
4/4
1
120
–
GtPl
290
Funky1
4/4
2
120
–
GtPl
324
Spanish1
4/4
2
120
–
GtPl
257
OvdrGtr1
4/4
4
120
Od/Dist Guitar
GtPl
291
Funky2
4/4
2
120
–
GtPl
325
Spanish2
4/4
2
120
–
GtPl
258
OvdrGtr2
4/4
4
120
–
GtPl
292
Funky3
4/4
1
120
–
GtPl
326
Lick1
4/4
4
120
Od/Dist Guitar
GtPl
259
OvdrGtr3
4/4
4
120
–
GtPl
293
CleanGt1
4/4
4
107
–
GtPl
327
Lick2
4/4
4
120
–
GtPl
260
OvdrGtr4
4/4
4
120
–
GtPl
294
CleanGt2
4/4
2
120
–
GtPl
328
Lick3
4/4
2
120
–
–
GtPl
261
ContmpRk
4/4
4
126
–
GtPl
295
CleanGt3
4/4
2
120
–
GtPl
329
Lick4
4/4
4
120
GtPl
262
StndRck1
4/4
4
131
–
GtPl
296
CleanGt4
4/4
4
127
–
GtPl
330
Lick5
4/4
1
120
–
GtPl
263
StndRck2
4/4
4
131
–
GtPl
297
CleanGt5
4/4
4
107
–
Strn
331
Strings
4/4
1
101
Strings
GtPl
264
PowerRk1
4/4
4
120
–
GtPl
298
Spanky
4/4
2
105
–
Strn
332
New R&B
4/4
2
90
–
GtPl
265
PowerRk2
4/4
4
120
–
GtPl
299
FunkRock
4/4
4
94
–
Strn
333
Pizz
4/4
1
120
Pizzicato Strings
GtPl
266
PowerRk3
4/4
4
120
–
GtPl
300
JazzFunk
4/4
4
120
–
Bras
334
Funk1
4/4
4
132
Brass Section
GtPl
267
AlterRk1
4/4
4
97
–
GtPl
301
SlowEasy
4/4
4
72
–
Bras
335
Funk2
4/4
1
132
–
GtPl
268
AlterRk2
4/4
4
97
–
GtPl
302
GosplFnk
4/4
4
106
–
Bras
336
Samba
4/4
2
120
–
Saxophone
GtPl
269
XoverRk1
4/4
2
100
–
GtPl
303
PopShuff
4/4
4
94
–
RdPp
337
Hip Hop
4/4
2
105
GtPl
270
XoverRk2
4/4
2
100
–
GtPl
304
StdDisco
4/4
4
120
–
RdPp
338
Soul
4/4
4
120
–
GtPl
271
Rck&Roll
4/4
4
172
Clean Guitar
GtPl
305
PhilyDsc
4/4
2
100
–
RdPp
339
Flutter
4/4
1
120
Flute/Reed
Synth Lead
GtPl
272
GuitrPp1
4/4
2
90
Acoustic Guitar
GtPl
306
New R&B
4/4
1
97
Acoustic Guitar
Lead
340
R&B Dsc1
4/4
1
110
GtPl
273
GuitrPp2
4/4
1
90
–
GtPl
307
Smooth
4/4
2
64
–
Lead
341
R&B Dsc2
4/4
2
110
–
GtPl
274
GuitrPp3
4/4
4
100
–
GtPl
308
HipHop1
4/4
2
94
Mute Guitar
Lead
342
Regeton
4/4
4
98
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