Data List
Contents
Live Set List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3
9
CONCERT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
CONCERT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
STUDIO. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
STUDIO. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
BRILLIANT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
BRILLIANT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
E.PIANO 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
E.PIANO. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
E.PIANO 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
E.PIANO 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
E.PIANO 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
E.PIANO 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
CLAV. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
E.PIANO 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
MALLET. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
PRESET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
STRINGS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
CLAV. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
PAD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
MALLET. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
ORGAN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
STRINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
GUITAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
PAD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
BASS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
ORGAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
CHOIR/SCAT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
GUITAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
BRASS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
BASS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
SYNTH. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
CHOIR/SCAT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
BRASS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
SYNTH. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
USER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
CLAV. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
MALLET. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
STRINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
PAD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
ORGAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
GUITAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
BASS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
CHOIR/SCAT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
BRASS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
SYNTH. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
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Tone List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PIANO. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Rhythm Set List. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
19
Rhythm Pattern List. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
24
Effect/Parameter List. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
26
Multi-Effects Parameter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Chorus Parameter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Reverb Parameter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Live Set List
PIANO
E.PIANO
CONCERT
E.PIANO 1
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
01
Concert Grand 84
0
1
01
Tine E.Piano 84
0
31
02
Bright Concert 84
0
2
02
Phaser Tine EP1
84
0
32
03
Mellow Concert 84
0
3
03
Soft Tine EP 84
0
33
04
Honky-tonk 84
0
4
04
NewCase Tine EP
84
0
34
05
NarrowStereoGd 84
0
5
05
Dyno Tine EP 84
0
35
06
Rock Grand 84
0
6
06
Driven Tine EP 84
0
36
07
Concert Mono 84
0
7
07
Delay Tine EP 84
0
37
08
ConcertGrd+Str 84
0
8
08
Chorus Tine EP 84
0
38
09
ConcertGrd+Cho 84
0
9
09
Wah Tine EP 84
0
39
10
ConcertGrd/Bass
84
0
10
10
Phaser Tine EP2
84
0
40
STUDIO
E.PIANO 2
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
01
Studio Grand 84
0
11
01
Reed E.Piano 84
0
41
02
Bright Studio 84
0
12
02
Comp Reed EP 84
0
42
03
Mellow Studio 84
0
13
03
Soft Reed EP 84
0
43
04
Clear Studio 84
0
14
04
Driven Reed EP1
84
0
44
05
Comp StudioGrd1
84
0
15
05
Driven Reed EP2
84
0
45
06
Comp StudioGrd2
84
0
16
06
Reed Bell 84
0
46
07
Studio Mono 84
0
17
07
Phaser Reed EP 84
0
47
08
StudioGrd+EP 84
0
18
08
Wah Reed EP 84
0
48
09
StudioGrd+Pad 84
0
19
09
Rotary Reed EP 84
0
49
10
StudioGrd/Pad 84
0
20
10
AutoPan Reed EP
84
0
50
BRILLIANT
E.PIANO 3
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
01
Brilliant Grand
84
0
21
01
SA E.Piano1 84
0
51
02
Hard BrillGrd 84
0
22
02
Mellow SA EP 84
0
52
03
Soft BrillGrd 84
0
23
03
SA E.Piano2 84
0
53
04
Antique Piano1 84
0
24
04
Chorus SA EP 84
0
54
05
Antique Piano2 84
0
25
05
Phaser SA EP 84
0
55
06
Brilliant Mono 84
0
26
06
SA EP + Piano 84
0
56
07
BrillGrand+EP 84
0
27
07
SA EP + FM EP 84
0
57
08
BrillGrand+Str 84
0
28
08
SA EP + Bell 84
0
58
09
BrillGrand+Pad 84
0
29
09
SA EP + Pad1 84
0
59
10
BrillGrand/Cho 84
0
30
10
SA EP + Pad2 84
0
60
3
Live Set List
PRESET
CLAV
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
Steel Drums 84
0
107
048
FM Sparkles 84
0
108
049
FM Syn Bell 84
0
109
050
FM Heaven 84
0
110
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
001
Clav 1 84
0
61
002
Phaser Clav 1 84
0
62
003
Clav 2 84
0
63
004
Phaser Clav 2 84
0
64
005
Wah Clav 84
0
65
006
Reso Clav 84
0
66
007
Pulse Clav 1 84
0
67
008
Pulse Clav 2 84
0
68
009
Sweepin Clav 84
0
69
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
056
Strings 1 84
0
116
051
Dreaming Bell 84
0
111
052
Music Bells 84
0
112
053
Bell 84
0
113
054
Crystal 84
0
114
055
Magic Bell 84
0
115
STRINGS
010
Analog Clav 84
0
70
011
Biting Clav 84
0
71
057
Strings 2 84
0
117
058
Marc Strings 84
0
118
012
Phaser Clav 3 84
0
72
013
Phaser Clav 4 84
0
73
059
Slow Strings 84
0
119
060
Mood Strings 84
0
120
014
Phaser Clav 5 84
0
74
015
DigiClav 84
0
75
061
Strings Stacc 84
0
121
062
Strings 3 84
0
122
016
Harpsichord 1 84
0
76
017
Harpsichord 2 84
0
77
063
Strings 4 84
0
123
064
Strings 5 84
0
124
018
Coupled Harpsi 84
0
78
019
Room Harpsi 84
0
79
065
Stage Strings 1
84
0
125
066
Stage Strings 2
84
0
126
020
Enhanced Harpsi
84
0
80
021
St.Harpsi 84
0
81
067
Orchestra 1 84
0
127
068
Orchestra 2 84
0
128
022
BaRockEns 84
0
82
023
Harpsitur 84
0
83
069
Orchestra 3 84
1
1
070
Chamber Strings
84
1
2
024
Phaser Harpsi 84
0
84
025
Hard Harpsi 84
0
85
071
Hybrid Strings 84
1
3
86
072
Tremolo Str 84
1
4
026
Harpsi/Flute 84
0
MALLET
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
027
Vibraphone 1 84
0
87
028
Vibraphone 2 84
0
88
029
Jazz Vib 84
0
89
030
Vibraphone Tr 84
0
90
031
Cool Jazz 84
0
91
032
Marimba 1 84
0
92
033
Marimba 2 84
0
93
034
Marimba 3 84
0
94
035
Xylophone 1 84
0
95
036
Xylophone 2 84
0
96
037
Tremolo Marimba
84
0
97
038
Xylophone 3 84
0
98
039
Bass Marimba 1 84
0
99
040
Bass Marimba 2 84
0
100
041
Celesta 84
0
101
073
TapeStrings1 84
1
5
074
TapeStrings2 84
1
6
075
Syn.Strings1 84
1
7
076
Syn.Strings2 84
1
8
077
Syn.Strings3 84
1
9
078
JP Strings 1 84
1
10
079
JP Strings 2 84
1
11
080
JP Strings 3 84
1
12
081
106 Strings 84
1
13
082
VintageStr 1 84
1
14
083
VintageStr 2 84
1
15
084
VintageStr 3 84
1
16
085
VintageStr 4 84
1
17
086
VintageStr 5 84
1
18
087
PWM Str 1 84
1
19
088
PWM Str 2 84
1
20
089
Violin 84
1
21
090
Pizzicato 84
1
22
PAD
042
Glockenspiel 84
0
102
043
Music Box 1 84
0
103
044
Music Box 2 84
0
104
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
045
Kalimba 84
0
105
091
Soft Pad 1 84
1
23
106
092
Soft Pad 2 84
1
24
093
Soft Pad 3 84
1
25
046
4
No
047
Kalimba Bells 84
0
Live Set List
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
094
Soft Pad 4 84
1
26
145
Nason Flute 84
1
77
095
Soft Pad 5 84
1
27
146
Massive Organ 84
1
78
096
Soft Pad 6 84
1
28
147
Mid Pipe Organ 84
1
79
097
Finewine Pad 84
1
29
148
Pipe Organ 84
1
80
098
Bell Pad 84
1
30
149
Accordion Fr 84
1
81
099
Analog Pad 84
1
31
150
Accordion It 1 84
1
82
100
Airy Pad 84
1
32
151
Accordion It 2 84
1
83
101
SoftTouch Pad 84
1
33
152
Musette 84
1
84
102
Hollow Pad 1 84
1
34
153
Bandoneon 84
1
85
103
Hollow Pad 2 84
1
35
154
Harmonica 1 84
1
86
104
Strobe Pad 84
1
36
155
Harmonica 2 84
1
87
105
Warm Heaven 1 84
1
37
106
Warm Heaven 2 84
1
38
107
Heaven Pad 84
1
39
108
Wine Pad 84
1
40
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
109
Digital Pad 84
1
41
110
156
Nylon Guitar 1 84
1
88
Sweep Pad 1 84
1
42
111
157
Nylon Guitar 2 84
1
89
Sweep Pad 2 84
1
43
112
158
Folk Guitar 1 84
1
90
5th Pad 1 84
1
44
113
159
Folk Guitar 2 84
1
91
5th Pad 2 84
1
45
114
160
Folk Guitar 3 84
1
92
Soft Pad 7 84
1
46
115
161
Clean Guitar 1 84
1
93
Soft Pad 8 84
1
47
116
162
Clean Guitar 2 84
1
94
Soft Pad 9 84
1
48
117
163
Jazz Guitar1 84
1
95
Soft Pad 10 84
1
49
118
164
Jazz Guitar2 84
1
96
Soft Pad 11 84
1
50
119
165
Mute Guitar 84
1
97
WideSoftStr Pad
84
1
51
120
166
12-str.Gtr 84
1
98
Paradise Pad 84
1
52
167
Chorus Gtr 1 84
1
99
168
Chorus Gtr 2 84
1
100
169
Pick E.Gtr 84
1
101
170
Wet E.Gtr 84
1
102
ORGAN
GUITAR
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
171
Funk Guitar 1 84
1
103
121
Tone Wheel Org1
84
1
53
172
Funk Guitar 2 84
1
104
122
Tone Wheel Org2
84
1
54
173
Funk Pop 84
1
105
123
Tone Wheel Org3
84
1
55
174
Overdrive Gt1 84
1
106
124
Tone Wheel Org4
84
1
56
175
Overdrive Gt2 84
1
107
125
Tone Wheel Org5
84
1
57
176
DistortionGtr1 84
1
108
126
Tone Wheel Org6
84
1
58
177
DistortionGtr2 84
1
109
127
Tone Wheel Org7
84
1
59
178
Metal Stack 84
1
110
128
Tone Wheel Org8
84
1
60
179
Dist Gtr Mute 84
1
111
129
Tone Wheel Org9
84
1
61
180
Mandolin 84
1
112
130
ToneWheelOrg10 84
1
62
181
Yang Qin 84
1
113
131
Rock Organ 1 84
1
63
182
Santur 84
1
114
132
Rock Organ 2 84
1
64
183
Sitar 1 84
1
115
133
Rock Organ 3 84
1
65
184
Sitar 2 84
1
116
134
Rock Organ 4 84
1
66
185
Banjo 84
1
117
135
Rock Organ 5 84
1
67
136
Crunch Organ 1 84
1
68
137
Crunch Organ 2 84
1
69
138
Crunch Organ 3 84
1
70
139
Crunch Organ 4 84
1
71
140
60's Organ 84
1
72
141
70's E.Organ 1 84
1
73
142
70's E.Organ 2 84
1
74
143
70's E.Organ 3 84
1
75
144
Puff Organ 84
1
76
BASS
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
186
Acoustic Bs1 84
1
118
187
Acoustic Bs2 84
1
119
188
Acoustic Bs3 84
1
120
189
Fingered Bs1 84
1
121
190
Fingered Bs2 84
1
122
191
Picked Bass 1 84
1
123
5
Live Set List
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
192
Picked Bass 2 84
1
124
239
Brass 3 84
2
43
193
Fretless Bs 1 84
1
125
240
Brass 4 84
2
44
194
Fretless Bs 2 84
1
126
241
Brass 5 84
2
45
195
Slap Bass 1 84
1
127
242
Brass 6 84
2
46
196
Slap Bass 2 84
1
128
243
Brass 7 84
2
47
197
MG Bass 1 84
2
1
244
Live Trumps 84
2
48
198
MG Bass 2 84
2
2
245
F.Horn Sect 84
2
49
199
Modular Bs 84
2
3
246
Sax Sect 84
2
50
200
TB Bass 84
2
4
247
Live Brass 84
2
51
201
Big Mini 84
2
5
248
Tp & Sax 84
2
52
202
Fat Analog 84
2
6
249
Trumpet 1 84
2
53
203
Spike Bass 84
2
7
250
Trumpet 2 84
2
54
204
SH Bass 84
2
8
251
Dark Trumpet 84
2
55
205
Synth Bass 1 84
2
9
252
Mute Trumpet1 84
2
56
206
Synth Bass 2 84
2
10
253
Mute Trumpet2 84
2
57
207
Synth Bass 3 84
2
11
254
Trombone 1 84
2
58
208
Synth Bass 4 84
2
12
255
Trombone 2 84
2
59
209
Synth Bass 5 84
2
13
256
Tuba 84
2
60
210
Synth Bass 6 84
2
14
257
French Horn 84
2
61
211
Synth Bass 7 84
2
15
258
Soprano Sax 84
2
62
212
Fat Bass 84
2
16
259
Alto Sax 84
2
63
213
Reso Bass 1 84
2
17
260
Tenor Sax 1 84
2
64
214
Reso Bass 2 84
2
18
261
Tenor Sax 2 84
2
65
215
101 Bass 84
2
19
262
Baritone Sax 84
2
66
263
Chamber Winds 84
2
67
264
Oboe 84
2
68
265
Clarinet 84
2
69
266
Flute 84
2
70
267
Bottle Blow 84
2
71
268
Pan Flute 84
2
72
269
Pan Pipes 84
2
73
270
Shakuhachi 84
2
74
CHOIR/SCAT
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
216
Jazz Scat 84
2
20
217
218
Choir 1 Choir 2 84
84
2
2
21
22
219
Choir 3 84
2
23
220
Angel Choir 84
2
24
221
Flangy Angel 84
2
25
222
Aerial Choir 84
2
26
223
Space Voice 84
2
27
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
224
Voice Oohs 84
2
28
271
Dream Keys 84
2
75
225
Humming 1 84
2
29
272
Super Saw 84
2
76
226
Humming 2 84
2
30
273
Trance Synth 84
2
77
227
Gospel Hum 84
2
31
274
Jump Poly 84
2
78
228
Sop Vox 84
2
32
275
ShakuBell 84
2
79
229
Sample Opera 84
2
33
276
Dreambell 84
2
80
230
Vox Pad 1 84
2
34
277
FantaPiano 84
2
81
231
Vox Pad 2 84
2
35
278
Stacc Heaven 84
2
82
232
SynVox 1 84
2
36
279
Fantasia 84
2
83
233
SynVox 2 84
2
37
280
D-50 Bell 84
2
84
234
SynVox 3 84
2
38
281
On Air 84
2
85
235
Dreamvox 1 84
2
39
282
Saw Lead 1 84
2
86
236
Dreamvox 2 84
2
40
283
Saw Lead 2 84
2
87
284
Saw Lead 3 84
2
88
285
Synth Brass1 84
2
89
286
Synth Brass2 84
2
90
287
SynBrass sfz 84
2
91
288
Analog Saws 84
2
92
289
Soft SynBrs1 84
2
93
BRASS
No
237
238
6
LIVE SET Name
Brass 1 Brass 2 MSB
84
84
LSB
2
2
PC
41
42
SYNTH
Live Set List
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
290
Soft SynBrs2 84
2
94
291
Warm SynBrs 84
2
95
292
EuroExpress1 84
2
96
293
EuroExpress2 84
2
97
294
SupperSynBrass 84
2
98
295
JP Brass 1 84
2
99
296
JP Brass 2 84
2
100
297
JP Brass 3 84
2
101
298
Wide SynBrs 84
2
102
299
106 Brass 84
2
103
300
Dual Saw Brs 84
2
104
USER
CLAV
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
001
Concert Grand 84
64
1
002
Bright Concert 84
64
2
003
Mellow Concert 84
64
3
004
Honky-tonk 84
64
4
005
NarrowStereoGd 84
64
5
006
Rock Grand 84
64
6
007
Concert Mono 84
64
7
008
ConcertGrd+Str 84
64
8
009
ConcertGrd+Cho 84
64
9
010
ConcertGrd/Bass
84
64
10
MALLET
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
011
Studio Grand 84
64
11
012
Bright Studio 84
64
12
013
Mellow Studio 84
64
13
014
Clear Studio 84
64
14
015
Comp StudioGrd1
84
64
15
016
Comp StudioGrd2
84
64
16
017
Studio Mono 84
64
17
018
StudioGrd+EP 84
64
18
019
StudioGrd+Pad 84
64
19
020
StudioGrd/Pad 84
64
20
STRINGS
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
021
Brilliant Grand
84
64
21
022
Hard BrillGrd 84
64
22
023
Soft BrillGrd 84
64
23
024
Antique Piano1 84
64
24
025
Antique Piano2 84
64
25
026
Brilliant Mono 84
64
26
027
BrillGrand+EP 84
64
27
028
BrillGrand+Str 84
64
28
029
BrillGrand+Pad 84
64
29
030
BrillGrand/Cho 84
64
30
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
031
Tine E.Piano 84
64
31
032
Phaser Tine EP1
84
64
32
033
Soft Tine EP 84
64
33
034
NewCase Tine EP
84
64
34
035
Dyno Tine EP 84
64
35
036
Driven Tine EP 84
64
36
037
Delay Tine EP 84
64
37
038
Chorus Tine EP 84
64
38
PAD
7
Live Set List
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
039
Wah Tine EP 84
64
39
076
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
76
040
Phaser Tine EP2
84
64
40
077
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
77
078
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
78
079
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
79
080
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
80
ORGAN
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
041
Reed E.Piano 84
64
41
042
Comp Reed EP 84
64
42
043
Soft Reed EP 84
64
43
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
044
Driven Reed EP1
84
64
44
081
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
81
045
Driven Reed EP2
84
64
45
082
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
82
046
Reed Bell 84
64
46
083
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
83
047
Phaser Reed EP 84
64
47
084
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
84
048
Wah Reed EP 84
64
48
085
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
85
049
Rotary Reed EP 84
64
49
086
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
86
050
AutoPan Reed EP
84
64
50
087
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
87
GUITAR
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
051
SA E.Piano1 84
64
51
052
Mellow SA EP 84
64
52
088
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
88
089
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
89
090
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
90
SYNTH
053
SA E.Piano2 84
64
53
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
054
Chorus SA EP 84
64
54
091
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
91
055
Phaser SA EP 84
64
55
092
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
92
056
SA EP + Piano 84
64
56
093
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
93
057
SA EP + FM EP 84
64
57
094
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
94
058
SA EP + Bell 84
64
58
095
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
95
059
SA EP + Pad1 84
64
59
096
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
96
060
SA EP + Pad2 84
64
60
BASS
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
061
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
61
062
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
62
063
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
63
064
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
64
065
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
65
066
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
66
067
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
67
068
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
68
069
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
69
070
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
70
CHOIR/SCAT
8
BRASS
No
LIVE SET Name
MSB
LSB
PC
071
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
71
072
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
72
073
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
73
074
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
74
075
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
75
097
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
97
098
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
98
099
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
99
100
INIT LIVE SET 84
64
100
Tone List
CONCERT
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
036
REED BELL 113
1
2
PC
037
REED EP2 113
1
3
REED EP3 113
1
4
REED EP4 113
1
5
001
ConcertGrand
114
0
1
038
002
Honky-tonk1
114
0
2
039
003
Concert Mono
114
0
3
E.PIANO 3
STUDIO
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
040
SA EP1 113
2
1
004
Studio Grand
114
1
1
041
SA EP2 113
2
2
005
Honky-tonk2
114
1
2
042
Stage EP 1 87
0
12
3
043
Stage EP 2 87
0
13
044
Stage EP Trm
87
0
14
045
Tremolo EP 1
87
0
15
046
E.Piano 3 87
0
16
047
E.Piano 4 87
0
17
048
E.Piano 5 87
0
18
049
E.Piano 6 87
0
19
050
E.Piano 7 87
0
20
051
E.Piano 8 87
0
21
052
Dyno EP 87
0
22
053
Dyno EP Trm
87
0
23
054
Tremolo EP 2
87
0
24
055
Back2the60s
87
0
25
056
Tine EP 87
0
26
057
SA EP 1 87
0
27
058
SA EP 2 87
0
28
059
Psy EP 87
0
29
060
Hit EP 87
65
3
061
Wurly EP 87
0
30
062
Wurly EP Trm
87
0
31
006
Studio Mono
114
1
BRILLIANT
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
007
Brill Grand
114
2
1
008
Honky-tonk3
114
2
2
009
Brill Mono 114
2
3
010
St.Piano 1 87
0
1
011
St.Piano 2 87
0
2
012
St.Piano 3 87
0
3
013
St.Piano 4 87
0
4
014
St.Piano 5 87
0
5
015
Brite Piano
87
0
6
016
Stage Piano
87
0
7
017
Honky Tonk 87
0
8
018
Pop Piano 1
87
0
9
019
Pop Piano 2
87
0
10
020
Pop Piano 3
87
0
11
021
Piano 1 121
0
1
022
Piano 1 w 121
1
1
023
European Pf
121
2
1
024
Piano 2 121
0
2
025
Piano 2 w 121
1
2
026
Piano 3 121
0
3
027
Piano 3 w 121
1
3
028
Honky-tonk 121
0
4
029
Honky-tonk w
121
1
4
E.PIANO 1
063
Curly Wurly
87
0
32
064
Super Wurly
87
0
33
065
EP Legend 3
87
0
34
066
EP Belle 87
0
35
067
80's EP 87
0
36
068
FM EP 1 87
0
37
069
FM EP 2 87
0
38
070
Sinus EP 87
0
39
071
Spirit Tines
87
0
40
072
E.Piano 1 121
0
5
073
St.Soft EP 121
1
5
074
EP Legend 1
121
2
5
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
075
Wurly 121
3
5
030
TINE EP 113
0
1
076
E.Piano 2 121
0
6
031
TINE EP2 113
0
2
077
Detuned EP 121
1
6
032
FM TINE 113
0
3
078
St.FM EP 121
2
6
033
TINE EP3 113
0
4
079
EP Legend 2
121
3
6
5
080
EP Phase 121
4
6
081
E.Grand 1 87
65
22
082
E.Grand 2 87
65
23
083
E.Grand 3 87
65
24
034
TINE EP4 113
0
E.PIANO 2
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
035
REED EP 113
1
1
9
Tone List
CLAV
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
Org Bell 87
4
1
PC
134
Crystal 121
0
99
Tinkle Bell
121
0
113
Icy Keys 87
0
60
084
Clav 121
0
8
135
085
Clav 2 87
0
42
136
086
Pulse Clav 121
1
8
137
Toy Box 87
0
61
087
Pulse Clav 2
87
0
43
138
Dreambell 87
0
66
088
Sweepin Clav
87
0
44
139
Sine Mallet
87
4
6
089
Analog Clav
87
0
45
140
Syn Mallet 121
1
99
090
Biting Clav
87
0
46
141
TubularBells
121
0
15
142
TubularBell2
87
0
64
091
Pulse Clv St
87
0
47
092
Natural Hps.
87
66
16
143
Church Bell
121
1
15
093
Harpsichord
121
0
7
144
Carillon 121
2
15
094
Harpsichord2
87
0
41
145
Carillon 2 87
0
62
095
Coupled Hps
121
1
7
146
Tower Bell 87
0
63
096
Harpsi w 121
2
7
147
Bell Ring 87
0
65
097
Harpsi o 121
3
7
STRINGS
MALLET
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
148
GX Strings 87
68
1
098
Vibraphone 121
0
12
149
Mood Strings
87
1
70
099
Vibraphone 2
87
0
68
150
Slow Strings
121
0
50
100
VibraphoneTr
87
0
69
151
DecayStrings
87
68
27
12
152
Strings 121
0
49
70
153
Strings 2 87
1
71
101
102
Vibraphone w
Tremolo Vib
121
87
1
0
103
Jazz Vib 87
4
3
154
Strings 3 87
1
72
104
Marimba 121
0
13
155
Strings 4 87
1
73
105
Marimba 2 87
0
71
156
Strings 5 87
1
74
106
Marimba 3 87
0
72
157
Strings 6 87
4
33
13
158
Stage Str 1
87
1
75
4
159
Stage Str 2
87
1
76
107
108
Marimba w BsMarimba 1
121
87
1
4
109
BsMarimba 2
87
4
5
160
Pop Str 87
1
77
110
Xylophone 121
0
14
161
Hall Strings
87
4
34
111
Xylophone 2
87
0
74
162
Marc.Str 87
1
78
112
Xylophone 3
87
0
75
163
StringsStacc
87
1
79
76
164
Orchestra 121
1
49
9
165
Oct Strings
121
2
49
113
114
Ethno Keys Celesta 87
121
0
0
115
Glockenspiel
121
0
10
166
Orc.Unison 1
87
1
86
116
Music Box 121
0
11
167
Orc.Unison 2
87
1
87
117
Music Box 2
87
0
55
168
Full Orc 87
4
35
118
Kalimba 121
0
109
169
Tremolo Str
121
0
45
57
170
TapeStrings1
87
1
82
115
171
TapeStrings2
87
1
83
119
120
Kalimbells Steel Drums
87
121
0
0
121
Steel Drums2
87
0
73
172
Hybrid Str 87
1
84
122
Soft StlDrm
87
4
2
173
Violin 121
0
41
123
FM Sparkles
87
0
48
174
Violin 2 87
1
85
124
FM Syn Bell
87
0
49
175
Slow Violin
121
1
41
50
176
Bright Vln 87
4
31
51
177
Viola 121
0
42
125
126
FM Heaven D50 Fantasy
87
87
0
0
127
D50 Bell 87
0
52
178
Cello 121
0
43
128
Dreaming Bel
87
0
53
179
Bright Vc 87
4
32
129
Analog Bell
87
0
54
180
Contrabass 121
0
44
130
Music Bells
87
0
56
181
PizzicatoStr
121
0
46
58
182
Pizz 1 87
1
80
59
183
Pizz 2 87
1
81
131
132
10
No
133
Bell 1 Bell 2 87
87
0
0
Tone List
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
184
Harp 121
0
47
235
WarmHeaven 2
87
3
61
185
Yang Qin 121
1
47
236
Heaven Key 87
3
11
186
Timpani 121
0
48
237
Heaven Pad 1
87
3
12
187
Fiddle 121
0
111
238
Heaven Pad 2
87
3
13
188
Cheezy Movie
87
4
49
239
Heaven Pad 3
87
3
62
240
Heaven Pad 4
87
3
63
241
FineWinePad1
87
3
64
242
FineWinePad2
87
3
65
243
5th Pad 1 87
3
66
244
5th Pad 2 87
3
67
245
Nu Epic Pad
87
3
68
246
Angelis Pad
87
3
69
247
TrnsSweepPad
87
3
70
248
Giant Sweep
87
3
71
249
Voyager 87
3
72
250
Digital Pad
87
3
73
251
NuSoundtrack
87
3
74
252
Xadecimal 87
3
75
253
PanninFormnt
87
3
76
254
Fairy's Song
87
3
77
255
Atmospherics
87
3
78
256
Strobe Pad 87
3
79
257
StrobeBell 1
87
3
80
258
StrobeBell 2
87
3
81
259
Flying Pad 1
87
3
82
260
Flying Pad 2
87
3
83
261
Flying Pad 3
87
3
84
262
Flying Pad 4
87
3
85
263
Flying Pad 5
87
3
86
264
Shimmer Pad
87
3
107
265
BUBBLE 1 87
4
65
266
BUBBLE 2 87
4
66
267
BUBBLE 3 87
4
67
268
Soft PWM Pad
87
4
75
269
Org Pad 87
4
76
270
Hollow Pad 2
87
4
77
271
SavannaPad 1
87
4
78
272
SavannaPad 2
87
4
79
273
SavannaPad 3
87
4
80
274
PWM Pad 1 87
3
4
275
PWM Pad 2 87
4
82
276
Str Machine
87
4
83
277
Reso Pad 87
4
84
278
BPF Pad 87
4
85
279
Sweep Pad 121
0
96
280
Sweep Pad 2
87
4
87
281
Sweep Pad 3
87
4
88
282
Sweep Pad 4
87
4
89
283
Scoop Pad 1
87
4
90
284
Scoop Pad 2
87
4
91
285
Brite Wine 87
4
92
286
Wine Pad 87
4
93
287
Sine Magic 87
4
95
288
Syn.Strings1
121
0
51
289
Syn.Strings2
121
0
52
PAD
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
189
CalmChoirPad
87
69
1
190
Soft Pad 1 87
3
28
191
Soft Pad 2 87
3
29
192
Soft Pad 3 87
3
30
193
Soft Pad 4 87
3
31
194
Soft Pad 5 87
3
32
195
Soft Pad 6 87
3
33
196
Soft Pad 7 87
3
34
197
Soft Pad 8 87
3
35
198
Soft Pad 9 87
3
36
199
Soft Pad 10
87
3
37
200
Dreamheaven
87
3
16
201
Air Key 1 87
3
17
202
Air Key 2 87
3
21
203
Sweet Keys 87
3
18
204
Soft Bell 87
3
20
205
Oct Heaven 87
3
22
206
Stacc Heaven
87
3
23
207
DigitalDream
87
3
24
208
Analog Dream
87
3
25
209
Harp Pad 87
3
26
210
Sitar Pad 87
3
27
211
VintageStr 1
87
3
38
212
VintageStr 2
87
3
39
213
VintageStr 3
87
3
40
214
VintageStr 4
87
3
41
215
VintageStr 5
87
3
42
216
VintageStr 6
87
3
43
217
VintageStr 7
87
3
44
218
JX Strings 87
3
45
219
JP Strings 1
87
3
46
220
JP Strings 2
87
3
47
221
106 Strings
87
3
48
222
PWM Str 1 87
3
49
223
PWM Str 2 87
3
50
224
PWM Str 3 87
4
81
225
Fading Str 87
3
51
226
ParadisePad
87
3
52
227
80s Strings
87
3
53
228
Stringship 87
3
54
229
Airy Pad 87
3
55
230
Neo RS-202 87
3
56
231
Sawtooth Str
87
3
57
232
Pulse Pad 87
3
58
233
Hollow Pad 1
87
3
59
234
WarmHeaven 1
87
3
60
11
Tone List
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
290
Syn.Strings3
121
1
51
341
AccordionIt2
87
0
97
291
Fantasia 121
0
89
342
Musette 87
0
98
292
Warm Pad 121
0
90
343
Vodkakordion
87
0
99
Bandoneon 121
0
24
293
Sine Pad 121
1
90
344
294
Poly Synth 121
0
91
345
Harmonica 121
0
23
295
Bowed Glass
121
0
93
346
Harmonica 2
87
0
100
296
Metal Pad 121
0
94
347
70's E.Org 1
87
0
94
297
Halo Pad 121
0
95
348
70's E.Org 2
87
0
95
97
349
Ana Organ 1
87
4
7
Ana Organ 2
87
4
8
298
Ice Rain 121
0
299
Soundtrack 121
0
98
350
300
Atmosphere 121
0
100
351
Ana Organ 3
87
4
9
301
Brightness 121
0
101
352
Ana Organ 4
87
4
10
353
Ana Organ 5
87
4
11
354
Organ 1 121
0
17
355
Trem. Organ
121
1
17
356
60's Organ 121
2
17
357
70's E.Organ
121
3
17
358
Organ 2 121
0
18
359
Chorus Organ
121
1
18
360
Organ 3 121
0
19
361
Reed Organ 121
0
21
MSB
LSB
PC
ORGAN
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
302
TW-Organ 1
112
0
1
303
TW-Organ 2
112
0
2
304
TW-Organ 3
112
0
3
305
TW-Organ 4
112
0
4
306
TW-Organ 5
112
0
5
307
TW-Organ 6
112
0
6
308
TW-Organ 7
112
0
7
309
TW-Organ 8
112
0
8
310
TW-Organ 9
112
0
9
311
TW-Organ 10
112
0
10
362
Nylon Gtr 1
121
0
25
312
Rock Organ 1
87
0
77
363
Nylon Gtr 2
121
3
25
313
Rock Organ 2
87
0
78
364
Nylon Gtr 3
87
0
101
314
Rock Organ 3
87
0
79
365
Nylon Gtr 4
87
0
102
315
Rock Organ 4
87
0
80
366
Nylon Gtr 5
87
0
103
367
Nylon Gtr 6
87
0
104
No
Tone Name
316
Rock Organ 5
87
0
81
317
RotaryOrgan1
87
0
82
368
Wet Nyln Gtr
87
0
105
318
RotaryOrgan2
87
0
83
369
Folk Gtr 1 87
0
107
319
Perc. Organ
121
2
18
370
Folk Gtr 2 87
0
108
320
Perc.Organ 2
87
0
84
371
Folk Gtr 3 87
0
109
321
Perc.Organ 3
87
0
85
372
Latin Gtr 87
0
110
373
Clean Gtr 1
87
0
117
322
Perc.Organ 4
87
0
86
323
E.Organ 1 87
0
87
374
Clean Gtr 2
87
0
118
324
E.Organ 2 87
0
88
375
Clean Gtr 3
87
0
119
325
E.Organ 3 87
0
89
376
Jazz Guitar
121
0
27
326
E.Organ 4 87
0
90
377
Jazz Guitar2
87
0
120
327
E.Organ 5 87
0
91
378
Pick E.Gtr 87
0
121
379
Funk Guitar
121
2
29
328
E.Organ 6 87
0
92
329
E.Organ 7 87
0
93
380
Funk Guitar2
87
0
122
330
Puff Organ 121
1
21
381
Wet E.Gtr 87
0
123
331
Nason Flute
87
67
19
382
Overdrive Gt
121
0
30
332
Massive Pipe
87
67
17
383
OverdriveGt2
87
0
124
333
Mid Pipe Org
87
67
18
384
Guitar Pinch
121
1
30
385
Dist Gtr 1 87
0
125
334
Grand Pipes
87
0
96
335
Church Org 1
121
0
20
386
Dist Gtr 2 87
0
126
336
Church Org 2
121
1
20
387
Dist Gtr 3 87
0
127
337
Church Org 3
121
2
20
388
DistortionGt
121
0
31
338
Theater Org
87
67
20
389
Gt Feedback1
121
1
31
339
Accordion Fr
121
0
22
390
Dist Rtm Gtr
121
2
31
22
391
Ukulele 121
1
25
340
12
GUITAR
Accordion It
121
1
Tone List
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
392
Ukulele 2 87
0
106
443
PWM Bass 1 87
1
15
393
Nylon Gtr 1o
121
2
25
444
PWM Bass 2 87
1
16
394
Steel-str.Gt
121
0
26
445
Big Mini 87
1
17
395
12-str. Gtr
121
1
26
446
Fat Analog 87
1
18
396
Mandolin 121
2
26
447
Spike Bass 87
1
19
397
Steel + Body
121
3
26
448
SH Bass 87
1
20
398
Pedal Steel
121
1
27
449
Intrusive Bs
87
1
21
399
Pedal Steel2
87
4
12
450
Synth Bass 1
121
0
39
400
Clean Guitar
121
0
28
451
Synth Bass 2
121
0
40
401
Chorus Gtr 121
1
28
452
Synth Bass 3
87
1
22
402
Mid Tone Gtr
121
2
28
453
Synth Bass 4
87
1
23
403
Muted Guitar
121
0
29
454
Synth Bass 5
87
1
24
404
Funk Pop 121
1
29
455
Synth Bass 6
87
1
25
405
Jazz Man 121
3
29
456
Synth Bass 7
87
1
26
406
Gt Harmonics
121
0
32
457
Synth Bass 8
87
1
27
407
Gt Feedback2
121
1
32
458
Synth Bass 9
87
1
28
408
Sitar 1 121
0
105
459
Synth Bass10
87
1
29
409
Sitar 2 121
1
105
460
Synth Bass11
87
1
30
410
Sitar 3 87
0
115
461
Synth Bass12
87
1
31
411
Banjo 121
0
106
462
Synth Bass13
87
1
32
412
Shamisen 121
0
107
463
Synth Bass14
87
1
33
413
Koto 121
0
108
464
Reso Bass 1
87
1
34
414
Taisho Koto
121
1
108
465
Reso Bass 2
87
1
35
415
Aerial Harp
87
0
113
466
Reso Bass 3
87
1
36
416
LostParadise
87
0
114
467
Reso Bass 4
87
1
37
417
Indian Frtls
87
0
116
468
Reso Bass 5
87
1
38
418
Santur 121
0
16
469
Reso Bass 6
87
1
39
419
Santur 2 87
0
111
470
Reso Bass 7
87
1
40
420
Santur 3 87
0
112
BASS
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
421
Acoustic Bs
121
0
33
422
Acoustic Bs2
87
0
128
423
Acoustic Bs3
87
1
1
424
Fingered Bs
121
0
34
425
Fingered Bs2
87
1
2
426
Fingered Bs3
87
1
3
427
Fingered Bs4
87
1
4
428
Pick Bass 87
1
5
429
Picked Bass
121
0
35
430
Fretless Bs
121
0
36
431
FretlessBs 2
87
1
6
432
FretlessBs 3
87
1
7
433
Finger Slap
121
1
34
434
Finger Slap2
87
1
8
435
Slap Bass 1
121
0
37
436
Slap Bass 2
121
0
38
437
Return2Base!
87
1
9
438
MG Bass 1 87
1
10
439
MG Bass 2 87
1
11
440
MG Bass 3 87
1
12
441
Modular Bs 1
87
1
13
442
Modular Bs 2
87
1
14
471
Reso Bass 8
87
1
41
472
Reso Bass 9
87
4
21
473
Reso Bass 10
87
4
22
474
Acid Bass 121
2
39
475
Acid Bass 2
87
1
42
476
Acid Bass 3
87
1
43
477
Acid Bass 4
87
1
44
478
Acid Bass 5
87
4
15
479
Acid Bass 6
87
4
16
480
Acid Bass 7
87
4
17
481
TB Bass 1 87
1
46
482
TB Bass 2 87
1
47
483
TB Bass 3 87
4
13
484
TB Bass 4 87
4
14
485
Alpha Bass 1
87
1
45
486
Alpha Bass 2
87
1
48
487
Alpha ResoBs
87
1
49
488
Nu Saw Bass
87
1
50
489
Nu RnB SawBs
87
1
51
490
Storm Bass 87
1
52
491
Detune Bass
87
1
53
492
Gashed Bass
87
1
54
493
Hi-Energy Bs
87
1
55
494
Pedal Bass 1
87
1
56
495
Pedal Bass 2
87
4
19
496
Monster Bass
87
1
57
497
JunoSqr Bs 1
87
1
58
13
Tone List
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
498
JunoSqr Bs 2
87
1
59
549
Mini Vox 87
3
101
499
101 Bass 87
1
60
550
Chipmunk 87
3
102
500
106 Bass 1 87
1
61
551
Sample Opera
87
3
103
501
106 Bass 2 87
1
62
552
Sad Ceremony
87
3
104
502
Compu Bass 1
87
1
63
553
5th Voice 87
4
52
503
Compu Bass 2
87
1
64
554
Sop Vox 87
4
94
504
Triangle Bs
87
1
65
555
Analog Voice
121
1
55
505
Muffled Bass
87
1
66
556
Space Voice
121
0
92
506
Garage Bass
87
1
67
557
Itopia 121
1
92
507
TransistorBs
87
1
68
558
Dreaming Box
87
0
67
508
Fazee Bass 87
1
69
509
Brite Bass 87
4
18
510
Saw Bass 87
4
20
511
Sub Bass 87
4
23
512
Ramp Bass 87
4
24
513
Fat Bass 1 87
4
25
514
Fat Bass 2 87
4
26
515
Fat Bass 3 87
4
27
516
Flat Bass 87
4
28
517
Electro Rubb
87
4
29
518
80s Bass 87
4
30
519
SynthBass101
121
1
39
520
Clav Bass 121
3
39
521
Hammer Bass
121
4
39
522
SynSlap Bass
121
1
40
523
Rubber Bass
121
2
40
524
Attack Pulse
121
3
40
CHOIR/SCAT
14
BRASS
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
559
Brass 1 121
0
62
560
Brass 2 121
1
62
561
Brass 3 87
1
96
562
Brass 4 87
1
97
563
Brass 5 87
1
98
564
Brass 6 87
1
99
565
80s Brass 1
87
1
100
566
80s Brass 2
87
1
101
567
80s Brass 3
87
1
102
568
80s Brass 4
87
1
103
569
80s Brass 5
87
1
104
570
80s Brass 6
87
1
105
571
80s Brass 7
87
1
106
572
80s Brass 8
87
1
107
573
Soft SynBrs1
87
1
108
574
Soft SynBrs2
87
1
118
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
575
Warm SynBrs
87
1
109
525
Jazz Scat 1
87
3
87
576
Brite SynBrs
87
1
110
526
Jazz Scat 2
87
3
88
577
Express Brs
87
1
111
527
GX Choir 87
72
1
578
EuroExpress1
87
1
112
528
Choir Aahs 121
0
53
579
JP Brass 1 87
1
113
529
Chorus Aahs
121
1
53
580
JP Brass 2 87
1
119
530
Choir Pad 87
3
89
581
Juno Brass 87
1
114
531
Angels Choir
87
3
90
582
Ox Brass 87
1
115
532
Aerial Choir
87
3
91
583
Reso Brass 87
1
116
533
Voice Oohs 121
0
54
584
Wide SynBrs
87
1
117
534
Doo Pad 87
3
92
585
106 Brass 87
1
120
535
Humming 121
1
54
586
Octa Brass 87
1
121
536
Humming 2 87
3
93
587
Poly Brass 1
87
1
122
537
Humming 3 87
3
94
588
Poly Brass 2
87
4
41
538
Gospel Hum 87
3
95
589
Dual Saw Brs
87
1
123
539
Decay Choir
87
72
27
590
Jump Poly 87
2
109
540
Dcy ChoirPad
87
69
25
591
Reso Key 1 87
2
124
541
Vox Pad 1 87
3
96
592
EuroExpress2
87
2
127
542
Vox Pad 2 87
3
97
593
Ox Synth 87
3
5
543
Dreamvox 1 87
3
14
594
VintageBrs 1
87
4
37
544
Dreamvox 2 87
3
15
595
VintageBrs 2
87
4
38
545
80s Vox 87
3
98
596
VintageBrs 3
87
4
39
546
SynVox 121
0
55
597
VintageBrs 4
87
4
40
547
SynVox 2 87
3
99
598
JP Brass 121
1
63
548
SynVox 3 87
3
100
599
Oct SynBrass
121
2
63
Tone List
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
600
Jump Brass 121
3
63
651
Trance Saws
87
2
102
601
Synth Brass1
121
0
63
652
Auto Trance1
87
2
103
602
Synth Brass2
121
0
64
653
Super Saws 1
87
2
104
603
SynBrass sfz
121
1
64
654
Analog Saws
87
2
105
604
Velo Brass 121
2
64
655
Uni-G 87
2
106
605
Trumpet 121
0
57
656
Digitaless 87
2
107
606
Trumpet 2 87
1
94
657
Bustranza 87
2
108
607
Dark Trumpet
121
1
57
658
Super Saws 2
87
2
110
608
MuteTrumpet1
121
0
60
659
Poly Synth 2
87
2
111
609
MuteTrumpet2
121
1
60
660
Poly Synth 3
87
2
112
610
Trombone 1 121
0
58
661
Poly Synth 4
87
2
113
611
Trombone 2 121
1
58
662
Poly Synth 5
87
2
114
612
Bright Tb 121
2
58
663
Poly Synth 6
87
2
115
613
Tuba 121
0
59
664
Poly Synth 7
87
2
116
614
Fr.Horn 87
1
95
665
Juno Saw Key
87
2
117
615
French Horn
121
1
61
666
Saw Key 1 87
2
118
616
F.Horn Sect
121
0
61
667
Saw Key 2 87
2
119
617
Soprano Sax
121
0
65
668
Waspy Synth
87
2
120
618
Soprano Sax2
87
1
124
669
Juno SQR 87
2
121
619
Alto Sax 121
0
66
670
Vintage Key
87
2
122
620
Tenor Sax 121
0
67
671
Ju-D Fifths
87
2
123
621
Tenor Sax 2
87
1
126
672
Reso Key 2 87
2
125
622
BreathyTenor
87
1
125
673
Fat Synth 87
2
126
623
Baritone Sax
121
0
68
674
DOC Stack 87
2
128
624
Oboe 121
0
69
675
2 Saws 87
3
1
625
English Horn
121
0
70
676
Hi Saw Band
87
3
2
626
Bassoon 121
0
71
677
Brite Synth
87
3
3
627
Bassoon 2 87
1
88
678
RAVtune 87
3
6
628
Clarinet 121
0
72
679
Saw Lead 1 87
1
127
629
Piccolo 121
0
73
680
Saw Lead 2 87
1
128
630
Flute 121
0
74
681
Saw Lead 3 87
2
1
631
Flute 2 87
1
89
682
Saw Lead 4 87
2
2
632
Recorder 121
0
75
683
Saw Lead 5 87
2
3
633
Pan Flute 121
0
76
684
Saw Lead 6 87
2
4
634
Pan Flute 2
87
1
90
685
Saw Lead 7 87
2
5
635
Pan Pipes 1
87
1
91
686
Saw Lead 8 87
2
6
636
Pan Pipes 2
87
4
36
687
Saw Lead 9 87
2
7
637
Bottle Blow
121
0
77
688
Saw Lead 10
87
4
46
638
Shakuhachi 121
0
78
689
GR300 Lead 1
87
2
8
639
Shakuhachi 2
87
1
92
690
GR300 Lead 2
87
2
9
640
Whistle 121
0
79
691
Classic GR 87
2
10
641
Ocarina 121
0
80
692
Bright GR 87
2
11
642
Ocarina 2 87
1
93
693
Fat GR Lead
87
2
12
643
Bagpipe 121
0
110
694
MODified Ld
87
2
13
644
Shanai 121
0
112
695
Syn Lead 1 87
2
14
696
Syn Lead 2 87
2
15
697
Syn Lead 3 87
2
16
698
Syn Lead 4 87
2
17
699
Syn Lead 5 87
2
18
700
Syn Lead 6 87
2
19
701
Syn Lead 7 87
2
20
702
Pro Fat Ld 1
87
2
21
703
Pro Fat Ld 2
87
2
27
704
JupiterLead1
87
2
22
705
JupiterLead2
87
2
23
SYNTH
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
645
Dream Trance
87
2
96
646
Dream Saws 87
2
97
647
Dream Pulse
87
2
98
648
Trance Synth
87
2
99
649
Trancy 87
2
100
650
Trance Keys
87
2
101
15
Tone List
16
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
706
Porta Lead 87
2
24
761
Whistle Ld 1
87
2
78
707
Classic Lead
87
2
25
762
Whistle Ld 2
87
2
79
708
On Air 87
2
26
763
Square Pipe
87
2
80
709
Wormy Lead 87
2
28
764
CosmicDrops1
87
2
81
710
Waspy Lead 87
2
29
765
CosmicDrops2
87
3
117
711
Brite ResoLd
87
2
30
766
Spooky Lead
87
2
82
712
Brass Lead 87
2
31
767
Pure Lead 87
2
83
713
Legato Tkno
87
2
32
768
303 NRG 87
2
84
714
Follow Me 87
2
33
769
Round SQR 87
2
85
715
Octa Juice 87
2
34
770
Brite SQR 87
2
86
716
Juicy Jupe 87
2
35
771
Square SAW 87
2
87
717
Octa Saw 87
2
36
772
Simple SQR 87
2
88
718
Vintager 1 87
2
37
773
Sqr Lead 87
2
89
719
Vintager 2 87
2
38
774
Atk Lead 87
2
90
720
Sync Lead 87
2
39
775
Octa Square
87
2
91
721
Octa Sync 87
2
40
776
CS Lead 87
2
92
722
Leading Sync
87
2
41
777
Mini Growl 87
2
93
723
A Leader 87
2
42
778
Hoover Again
87
2
94
724
Hot Coffee 87
2
43
779
Tranceformer
87
2
95
725
Hot Sync 87
2
44
780
Analog Seq 87
3
7
726
Synchro Lead
87
2
45
781
Seq Pop 87
3
8
727
Space Solo 87
2
46
782
Periscope 87
3
9
728
Squareheads
87
2
47
783
Major 7 87
3
10
729
Mod Lead 87
2
48
784
Pipe Key 87
3
19
730
Alpha Spit 87
2
49
785
Enigmatic 87
3
105
731
Air Lead 87
2
50
786
Planetz 87
3
106
732
Pulstar Lead
87
2
51
787
Sci-Fi 87
3
108
733
Therasaw 87
2
52
788
ResoSweep Dn
87
3
109
734
Warmy Lead 87
2
53
789
Jet Noise 87
3
110
735
ResoSawLead
87
2
54
790
Brandish 87
3
111
736
Soft Reso Ld
87
2
55
791
909 Fx 87
3
112
737
Reso Lead 1
87
2
56
792
Zap 87
3
113
738
Reso Lead 2
87
2
57
793
PolySweep Nz
87
3
114
739
Reso Lead 3
87
2
58
794
Passing By 87
3
115
740
Reso Lead 4
87
2
59
795
Lazer Points
87
3
116
741
Reso Lead 5
87
2
60
796
Crystal Fx 87
3
118
742
Juicy Lead 87
2
61
797
Crystal Ice
87
3
119
743
DC Triangle
87
2
62
798
Mad Noise 87
3
120
744
Soft Lead 1
87
2
63
799
Robot Sci-Fi
87
3
121
745
Soft Lead 2
87
2
64
800
Computer 1 87
3
122
746
Soft Lead 3
87
2
65
801
Computer 2 87
3
123
747
Soft Lead 4
87
2
66
802
S&H Noise 87
3
124
748
Soft Lead 5
87
2
67
803
S&H Ramp 87
3
125
749
Soft Lead 6
87
2
68
804
S&H PWM 87
3
126
750
Soft Lead 7
87
2
69
805
S&H Saw 1 87
3
127
751
Soft Lead 8
87
2
70
806
S&H Saw 2 87
3
128
752
Soft Lead 9
87
2
71
807
Ramp Lead 1
87
4
44
753
Soft Lead 10
87
2
72
808
Ramp Lead 2
87
4
45
754
Tri Lead 87
2
73
809
Sine Lead 1
87
4
47
755
Pulse Lead 1
87
2
74
810
Sine Lead 2
87
4
48
756
Pulse Lead 2
87
2
75
811
Mod Chord 87
4
50
757
Pulse Lead 3
87
4
42
812
Housechord 87
4
51
758
Pulse Lead 4
87
4
43
813
Juno-D Maj7
87
4
53
759
Simple Tri 87
2
76
814
Sweet House
87
4
54
760
Simple Sine
87
2
77
815
Detune Saws
87
4
55
Tone List
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
816
Electrostar
87
4
56
871
MG Square 121
1
81
817
Dance Saws1
87
4
57
872
2600 Sine 121
2
81
818
Resoform 87
4
58
873
Saw Wave 121
0
82
819
Melodic Drum
87
4
59
874
OB2 Saw 121
1
82
820
Alpha Said 87
4
60
875
Doctor Solo
121
2
82
821
Shroomy 87
4
61
876
Natural Lead
121
3
82
822
Detune Seq 87
4
62
877
SequencedSaw
121
4
82
823
LoFi Piano 87
4
63
878
Syn.Calliope
121
0
83
824
FX Ramp 87
4
64
879
Chiffer Lead
121
0
84
825
Scratch 2 87
4
68
880
Charang 121
0
85
826
AnalogDays 1
87
4
69
881
Wire Lead 121
1
85
827
Dance Saws 2
87
4
70
882
Solo Vox 121
0
86
828
Sync Key 87
4
71
883
5th Saw Wave
121
0
87
829
Detune Ramp
87
4
72
884
Bass & Lead
121
0
88
830
Reso Saw 87
4
73
885
Delayed Lead
121
1
88
831
EuroExpress3
87
4
74
886
Goblin 121
0
102
832
Sweep Saw 87
4
86
887
Echo Drops 121
0
103
833
Pulsatron 87
4
96
888
Echo Bell 121
1
103
834
Motion Bass
87
4
97
889
Echo Pan 121
2
103
835
Trance Splt
87
4
98
890
Star Theme 121
0
104
836
Rhythmic 5th
87
4
99
891
Castanets 121
1
116
837
Rhythmic 1 87
4
100
892
Taiko 121
0
117
838
Rhythmic 2 87
4
101
893
Concert BD 121
1
117
839
Mega Sync 1
87
4
102
894
Melo. Tom 1
121
0
118
840
StrobeBell 3
87
4
103
895
Melo. Tom 2
121
1
118
841
Strobe 1 87
4
104
896
Synth Drum 121
0
119
842
Strobe 2 87
4
105
897
808 Tom 121
1
119
843
Strobe 3 87
4
106
898
Elec Perc 121
2
119
844
Strobe 4 87
4
107
899
Reverse Cymb
121
0
120
845
LFO Saw 87
4
108
900
Agogo 121
0
114
846
Keep Going 87
4
109
901
Woodblock 121
0
116
847
Keep Running
87
4
110
902
Gt FretNoise
121
0
121
848
Electrons 87
4
111
903
Gt Cut Noise
121
1
121
849
BriskVortex
87
4
112
904
String Slap
121
2
121
850
LFO Vox 87
4
113
905
Breath Noise
121
0
122
851
Pulsasaw 87
4
114
906
Fl.Key Click
121
1
122
852
Arposphere 87
4
115
907
Seashore 121
0
123
853
Mega Sync 2
87
4
116
908
Rain 121
1
123
854
Compusonic 1
87
4
117
909
Thunder 121
2
123
855
Compusonic 2
87
4
118
910
Wind 121
3
123
856
Compusonic 3
87
4
119
911
Stream 121
4
123
857
Compusonic 4
87
4
120
912
Bubble 121
5
123
858
Compusonic 5
87
4
121
913
Bird 1 121
0
124
859
AnalogDays 2
87
4
122
914
Dog 121
1
124
860
Groove 007 87
4
123
915
Horse Gallop
121
2
124
861
Juno Pop 87
4
124
916
Bird 2 121
3
124
862
Auto Trance2
87
4
125
917
Telephone 1
121
0
125
863
In Da Groove
87
4
126
918
Telephone 2
121
1
125
864
80s Beat 87
4
127
919
DoorCreaking
121
2
125
865
Ride Cymbal
87
4
128
920
Door 121
3
125
866
OrchestraHit
121
0
56
921
Scratch 121
4
125
867
Bass Hit 121
1
56
922
Wind Chimes
121
5
125
868
6th Hit 121
2
56
923
Helicopter 121
0
126
869
Euro Hit 121
3
56
924
Car Engine 121
1
126
870
Square Wave
121
0
81
925
Car Stop 121
2
126
17
Tone List
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
926
Car Pass 121
3
126
927
Car Crash 121
4
126
928
Siren 121
5
126
929
Train 121
6
126
930
Jetplane 121
7
126
931
Starship 121
8
126
932
Burst Noise
121
9
126
933
Applause 121
0
127
934
Laughing 121
1
127
935
Screaming 121
2
127
936
Punch 121
3
127
937
Heart Beat 121
4
127
938
Footsteps 121
5
127
939
Gun Shot 121
0
128
940
Machine Gun
121
1
128
941
Laser Gun 121
2
128
942
Explosion 121
3
128
* 943–965 are rhythm sets. Refer to p. 19–p. 23 for details on the sounds in
the rhythm sets.
18
No
Tone Name
MSB
LSB
PC
943
Standard 1 86
0
1
944
Standard 2 86
0
2
945
Standard 3 86
0
3
946
Rock Kit 86
0
4
947
Jazz Kit 86
0
5
948
Brush Kit 86
0
6
949
Machine Kit
86
0
7
950
R&B T-Analog
86
0
8
951
R&B Mini Kit
86
0
9
952
HipHop Kit 86
0
10
953
R&B Kit 86
0
11
954
Dance Kit 1
86
0
12
955
Dance Kit 2
86
0
13
956
Dance Kit 3
86
0
14
957
GM2 STANDARD
120
0
1
958
GM2 ROOM 120
0
9
959
GM2 POWER 120
0
17
960
GM2 ELECTRIC
120
0
25
961
GM2 ANALOG 120
0
26
962
GM2 JAZZ 120
0
33
963
GM2 BRUSH 120
0
41
964
GM2 ORCHSTRA
120
0
49
965
GM2 SFX 120
0
57
Rhythm Set List
* [EXC] : Percussion sound of the same number will not be heard at the same time.
23
C1 24
22
25
26
28
29
31
27
30
32
33
35
C2 36
34
37
38
40
41
43
39
42
44
45
47
C3 48
46
49
50
52
53
55
51
54
56
57
59
C4 60
58
61
62
64
65
67
63
66
68
69
71
C5 72
70
73
74
76
77
79
75
78
80
81
83
C6 84
82
85
86
88
89
91
87
90
92
93
95
C7 96
98
94
97
99
100
101
103
102
104
105
106
107
C8 108
Standard 1
Standard 2
Standard 3
Rock Kit
MSB:86/LSB:0/PC001
MSB:86/LSB:0/PC002
MSB:86/LSB:0/PC003
MSB:86/LSB:0/PC004
MSB:86/LSB:0/PC005
MC500 Beep1
MC500 Beep2
Concert SD Snare Roll Snap High Q Slap Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Sticks Square Click
Metron Click
Metron Bell
Kick Drum 2
Kick Drum 1
Side Stick Reg.Snr 2 Hand Clap Reg.Snr 1 Reg.F.Tom ClosedHi-hat
Reg.L.Tom Pedal Hi-hat
Reg.M.Tom Open Hi-hat
Reg.M.Tom Reg.H.Tom CrashCymbal1
Reg.H.Tom Ride Cymbal1
China Cymbal
Ride Bell Tambourine SplashCymbal
Cowbell CrashCymbal2
Vibra-slap Ride Cymbal2
High Bongo Low Bongo MuteHi Conga
OpenHi Conga
Low Conga High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo Low Agogo Cabasa Maracas ShortWhistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro Claves Hi WoodBlock
LowWoodBlock
Mute Cuica Open Cuica MuteTriangle
OpenTriangle
Shaker Jingle Bell
Bell Tree Castanets Mute Surdo Open Surdo Applause SnareGhost1
SnareGhost2
Hand Clap1 Hand Clap2 Scratch1 Scratch2 Scratch3 Hit1 Hit2 Hit3 Hit4 Hit5 Low Tom1 Low Tom2 Cajon1 Cajon2 Syn Burst Nz
Sweep Down Laser Syn Back Nz
MC500 Beep1
MC500 Beep2
Concert SD Snare Roll Snap High Q Slap Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Sticks Square Click
Metron Click
Metron Bell
Kick Drum 2
Kick Drum 1
Side Stick Snare 1 Hand Clap Snare 2 Low Tom 2 ClosedHi-hat
Low Tom 1 Pedal Hi-hat
Mid Tom 2 Open Hi-hat
Mid Tom 1 High Tom 2 CrashCymbal1
High Tom 1 Ride Cymbal1
China Cymbal
Ride Bell Tambourine SplashCymbal
Cowbell CrashCymbal2
Vibra-slap Ride Cymbal2
High Bongo Low Bongo MuteHi Conga
OpenHi Conga
Low Conga High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo Low Agogo Cabasa Maracas ShortWhistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro Claves Hi WoodBlock
LowWoodBlock
Mute Cuica Open Cuica MuteTriangle
OpenTriangle
Shaker Jingle Bell
Bell Tree Castanets Mute Surdo Open Surdo Applause SnareGhost1
SnareGhost2
Hand Clap1 Hand Clap2 Scratch1 Scratch2 Scratch3 Hit1 Hit2 Hit3 Hit4 Hit5 Low Tom1 Low Tom2 Cajon1 Cajon2 Syn Burst Nz
Sweep Down Laser Syn Back Nz
MC500 Beep1
MC500 Beep2
Concert SD Snare Roll Snap High Q Slap Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Sticks Square Click
Metron Click
Metron Bell
Kick Drum 2
Kick Drum 1
Side Stick Snare 1 Hand Clap Snare 2 Low Tom 2 ClosedHi-hat
Low Tom 1 Pedal Hi-hat
Mid Tom 2 Open Hi-hat
Mid Tom 1 High Tom 2 CrashCymbal1
High Tom 1 Ride Cymbal1
China Cymbal
Ride Bell Tambourine SplashCymbal
Cowbell CrashCymbal2
Vibra-slap Ride Cymbal2
High Bongo Low Bongo MuteHi Conga
OpenHi Conga
Low Conga High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo Low Agogo Cabasa Maracas ShortWhistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro Claves Hi WoodBlock
LowWoodBlock
Mute Cuica Open Cuica MuteTriangle
OpenTriangle
Shaker Jingle Bell
Bell Tree Castanets Mute Surdo Open Surdo Applause SnareGhost1
SnareGhost2
Hand Clap1 Hand Clap2 Scratch1 Scratch2 Scratch3 Hit1 Hit2 Hit3 Hit4 Hit5 Low Tom1 Low Tom2 Cajon1 Cajon2 Syn Burst Nz
Sweep Down Laser Syn Back Nz
MC500 Beep1
MC500 Beep2
Concert SD Snare Roll Snap High Q Slap Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Sticks Square Click
Metron Click
Metron Bell
Power Kick2
Power Kick1
Side Stick Power Snare1
Hand Clap Power Snare2
Low Tom1 ClosedHi-hat
Low Tom2 Pedal Hi-hat
Mid Tom1 Open Hi-hat
Mid Tom2 High Tom1 CrashCymbal1
High Tom2 Ride Cymbal1
China Cymbal
Ride Bell Tambourine SplashCymbal
Cowbell CrashCymbal2
Vibra-slap Ride Cymbal2
High Bongo Low Bongo MuteHi Conga
OpenHi Conga
Low Conga High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo Low Agogo Cabasa Maracas ShortWhistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro Claves Hi WoodBlock
LowWoodBlock
Mute Cuica Open Cuica MuteTriangle
OpenTriangle
Shaker Jingle Bell
Bell Tree Castanets Mute Surdo Open Surdo Applause SnareGhost1
SnareGhost2
Hand Clap1 Hand Clap2 Scratch1 Scratch2 Scratch3 Hit1 Hit2 Hit3 Hit4 Hit5 Low Tom1 Low Tom2 Cajon1 Cajon2 Syn Burst Nz
Sweep Down Laser Syn Back Nz
MC500 Beep1
MC500 Beep2
Concert SD Snare Roll Snap High Q Slap Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Sticks Square Click
Metron Click
Metron Bell
Jazz Kick 2
Jazz Kick 1
Side Stick Jazz Snare1
Hand Clap Jazz Snare2
Low Tom 2 ClosedHi-hat
Low Tom 1 Pedal Hi-hat
Mid Tom 2 Open Hi-hat
Mid Tom 1 High Tom 2 CrashCymbal1
High Tom 1 Ride Cymbal1
China Cymbal
Ride Bell Tambourine SplashCymbal
Cowbell CrashCymbal2
Vibra-slap Ride Cymbal2
High Bongo Low Bongo MuteHi Conga
OpenHi Conga
Low Conga High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo Low Agogo Cabasa Maracas ShortWhistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro Claves Hi WoodBlock
LowWoodBlock
Mute Cuica Open Cuica MuteTriangle
OpenTriangle
Shaker Jingle Bell
Bell Tree Castanets Mute Surdo Open Surdo Applause SnareGhost1
SnareGhost2
Hand Clap1 Hand Clap2 Scratch1 Scratch2 Scratch3 Hit1 Hit2 Hit3 Hit4 Hit5 Low Tom1 Low Tom2 Cajon1 Cajon2 Syn Burst Nz
Sweep Down Laser Syn Back Nz
[EXC 7]
[EXC 7]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 2]
[EXC 2]
[EXC 3]
[EXC 3]
[EXC 4]
[EXC 4]
[EXC 5]
[EXC 5]
[EXC 6]
[EXC 6]
[EXC 7]
[EXC 7]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 2]
[EXC 2]
[EXC 3]
[EXC 3]
[EXC 4]
[EXC 4]
[EXC 5]
[EXC 5]
[EXC 6]
[EXC 6]
[EXC 7]
[EXC 7]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 2]
[EXC 2]
[EXC 3]
[EXC 3]
[EXC 4]
[EXC 4]
[EXC 5]
[EXC 5]
[EXC 6]
[EXC 6]
Jazz Kit
[EXC 7]
[EXC 7]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 2]
[EXC 2]
[EXC 3]
[EXC 3]
[EXC 4]
[EXC 4]
[EXC 5]
[EXC 5]
[EXC 6]
[EXC 6]
[EXC 7]
[EXC 7]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 2]
[EXC 2]
[EXC 3]
[EXC 3]
[EXC 4]
[EXC 4]
[EXC 5]
[EXC 5]
[EXC 6]
[EXC 6]
19
Rhythm Set List
* [EXC] : Percussion sound of the same number will not be heard at the same time.
23
C1 24
22
25
26
28
29
31
27
30
32
33
35
C2 36
34
37
38
40
41
43
39
42
44
45
47
C3 48
46
49
50
52
53
55
51
54
56
57
59
C4 60
58
61
62
64
65
67
63
66
68
69
71
C5 72
70
73
74
76
77
79
75
78
80
81
83
C6 84
82
85
86
88
89
91
87
90
92
93
95
C7 96
98
94
97
99
100
101
103
102
104
105
106
107
C8 108
20
Brush Kit
Machine Kit
R&B T-Analog
R&B Mini Kit
MSB:086/LSB:0/PC:006
MSB:086/LSB:0/PC:007
MSB:086/LSB:0/PC:008
MSB:086/LSB:0/PC:009
MSB:086/LSB:0/PC:010
MC500 Beep1
MC500 Beep2
Concert SD Snare Roll Snap High Q Slap Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Sticks Square Click
Metron Click
Metron Bell
Jazz Kick 2
Jazz Kick 1
Side Stick Brush Tap Brush Slap Brush Swirl
Low Tom 2 ClosedHi-hat
Low Tom 1 Pedal Hi-hat
Mid Tom 2 Open Hi-hat
Mid Tom 1 High Tom 2 CrashCymbal1
High Tom 1 Ride Cymbal1
China Cymbal
Ride Bell Tambourine SplashCymbal
Cowbell CrashCymbal2
Vibra-slap Ride Cymbal2
High Bongo Low Bongo MuteHi Conga
OpenHi Conga
Low Conga High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo Low Agogo Cabasa Maracas ShortWhistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro Claves Hi WoodBlock
LowWoodBlock
Mute Cuica Open Cuica MuteTriangle
OpenTriangle
Shaker Jingle Bell
Bell Tree Castanets Mute Surdo Open Surdo Applause SnareGhost1
SnareGhost2
Hand Clap1 Hand Clap2 Scratch1 Scratch2 Scratch3 Hit1 Hit2 Hit3 Hit4 Hit5 Low Tom1 Low Tom2 Cajon1 Cajon2 Syn Burst Nz
Sweep Down Laser Syn Back Nz
MC500 Beep1
MC500 Beep2
Concert SD Snare Roll Snap High Q Slap Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Sticks Square Click
Metron Click
Metron Bell
Ana.Kick 1 Ana.Kick 2 Ana.Rim Shot
Ana.Snare Hand Clap Elec.Snare Ana.Low Tom2
Ana.Cl HH 1
Ana.Low Tom1
Ana.Cl HH 2
Ana.Mid Tom2
Ana.Open HH
Ana.Mid Tom1
Ana.Hi Tom2
Ride Cymbal1
Ana.Hi Tom1
Ana.Cymbal China Cymbal
Ride Bell Tambourine SplashCymbal
Ana.Cowbell
CrashCymbal
Vibra-slap Ride Cymbal2
High Bongo Low Bongo Ana.Hi Conga
Ana.MidConga
Ana.LowConga
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo Low Agogo Cabasa Ana.Maracas
ShortWhistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro Ana.Claves Hi WoodBlock
LowWoodBlock
Mute Cuica Open Cuica MuteTriangle
OpenTriangle
Shaker Jingle Bell
Bell Tree Castanets Mute Surdo Open Surdo Applause SnareGhost1
SnareGhost2
Hand Clap1 Hand Clap2 Scratch1 Scratch2 Scratch3 Hit1 Hit2 Hit3 Hit4 Hit5 Low Tom1 Low Tom2 Cajon1 Cajon2 Syn Burst Nz
Sweep Down Laser Syn Back Nz
MC500 Beep1
MC500 Beep2
Concert SD Snare Roll Snap High Q Slap Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Sticks Square Click
Metron Click
Metron Bell
Ana.Kick 1 Ana.Kick 2 Ana.Rim Shot
Ana.Snare Hand Clap Elec.Snare Ana.Low Tom2
Ana.Cl HH 1
Ana.Low Tom1
Ana.Cl HH 2
Ana.Mid Tom2
Ana.Open HH
Ana.Mid Tom1
Ana.Hi Tom2
Ride Cymbal1
Ana.Hi Tom1
Ana.Cymbal China Cymbal
Ride Bell Tambourine SplashCymbal
Ana.Cowbell
CrashCymbal
Vibra-slap Ride Cymbal2
High Bongo Low Bongo Ana.Hi Conga
Ana.MidConga
Ana.LowConga
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo Low Agogo Cabasa Ana.Maracas
ShortWhistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro Ana.Claves Hi WoodBlock
LowWoodBlock
Mute Cuica Open Cuica MuteTriangle
OpenTriangle
Shaker Jingle Bell
Bell Tree Castanets Mute Surdo Open Surdo Applause SnareGhost1
SnareGhost2
Hand Clap1 Hand Clap2 Scratch1 Scratch2 Scratch3 Hit1 Hit2 Hit3 Hit4 Hit5 Low Tom1 Low Tom2 Cajon1 Cajon2 Syn Burst Nz
Sweep Down Laser Syn Back Nz
MC500 Beep1
MC500 Beep2
Concert SD Snare Roll Snap High Q Slap Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Sticks Square Click
Metron Click
Metron Bell
Kick 2 Kick 1 Side Stick Snare 1 Hand Clap Snare 2 Reg.F.Tom ClosedHi-hat
Reg.L.Tom Pedal Hi-hat
Reg.M.Tom Open Hi-hat
Reg.M.Tom Reg.H.Tom CrashCymbal1
Reg.H.Tom Ride Cymbal1
China Cymbal
Ride Bell Tambourine SplashCymbal
Cowbell CrashCymbal2
Vibra-slap Ride Cymbal2
High Bongo Low Bongo MuteHi Conga
OpenHi Conga
Low Conga High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo Low Agogo Cabasa Maracas ShortWhistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro Claves Hi WoodBlock
LowWoodBlock
Mute Cuica Open Cuica MuteTriangle
OpenTriangle
Shaker Jingle Bell
Bell Tree Castanets Mute Surdo Open Surdo Applause SnareGhost1
SnareGhost2
Hand Clap1 Hand Clap2 Scratch1 Scratch2 Scratch3 Hit1 Hit2 Hit3 Hit4 Hit5 Low Tom1 Low Tom2 Cajon1 Cajon2 Syn Burst Nz
Sweep Down Laser Syn Back Nz
MC500 Beep1
MC500 Beep2
Concert SD Snare Roll Snap High Q Mix Kick1 Analog Kick1
Mix Snare4 Analog Kick2
Mix Snare3 Mix Kick2 HH Shaker Mix Kick4 Mix Kick3 TR808 Rim Mix Snare1 TR808 Clap Mix Snare2 Tom1 TR808 ClHH Tom2 Noise ClHH Tom3 TR808 OpHH Tom4 Tom5 TR909 Cym Tom6 TR808 Cym China Cymbal
Rock Rd Edge
Mix Perc Mix Crash1 Ana.Cowbell
Mix Crash2 Roll FX Ride Cym High Bongo Low Bongo MuteHi Conga
OpenHi Conga
Low Conga High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo Low Agogo Cabasa Maracas ShortWhistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro Claves Hi WoodBlock
LowWoodBlock
Mute Cuica Open Cuica MuteTriangle
OpenTriangle
Shaker Jingle Bell
Bell Tree Castanets Mute Surdo Open Surdo Applause SnareGhost1
SnareGhost2
Hand Clap1 Hand Clap2 Scratch1 Scratch2 Scratch3 Hit1 Hit2 Hit3 Hit4 Hit5 Low Tom1 Low Tom2 Cajon1 Cajon2 Syn Burst Nz
Sweep Down Laser Syn Back Nz
[EXC 7]
[EXC 7]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 2]
[EXC 2]
[EXC 3]
[EXC 3]
[EXC 4]
[EXC 4]
[EXC 5]
[EXC 5]
[EXC 6]
[EXC 6]
[EXC 7]
[EXC 7]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 2]
[EXC 2]
[EXC 3]
[EXC 3]
[EXC 4]
[EXC 4]
[EXC 5]
[EXC 5]
[EXC 6]
[EXC 6]
[EXC 7]
[EXC 7]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 2]
[EXC 2]
[EXC 3]
[EXC 3]
[EXC 4]
[EXC 4]
[EXC 5]
[EXC 5]
[EXC 6]
[EXC 6]
HipHop Kit
[EXC 7]
[EXC 7]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 2]
[EXC 2]
[EXC 3]
[EXC 3]
[EXC 4]
[EXC 4]
[EXC 5]
[EXC 5]
[EXC 6]
[EXC 6]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 2]
[EXC 2]
[EXC 3]
[EXC 3]
[EXC 4]
[EXC 4]
[EXC 5]
[EXC 5]
[EXC 6]
[EXC 6]
Rhythm Set List
* [EXC] : Percussion sound of the same number will not be heard at the same time.
23
C1 24
22
25
26
28
29
31
27
30
32
33
35
C2 36
34
37
38
40
41
43
39
42
44
45
47
C3 48
46
49
50
52
53
55
51
54
56
57
59
C4 60
58
61
62
64
65
67
63
66
68
69
71
C5 72
70
73
74
76
77
79
75
78
80
81
83
C6 84
82
85
86
88
89
91
87
90
92
93
95
C7 96
98
94
97
99
100
101
103
102
104
105
106
107
C8 108
R&B Kit
Dance Kit 1
Dance Kit 2
MSB:086/LSB:0/PC:011
MSB:086/LSB:0/PC:012
MSB:086/LSB:0/PC:013
MSB:086/LSB:0/PC:014
MC500 Beep1
MC500 Beep2
Concert SD Snare Roll Snap High Q TR808 Kick HH Kick Mix Snare2 Mix Kick4 Short Snare2
Mix Kick3 TR808 Cl HH
Mix Kick1 Mix Kick2 Soft Stick Short Snare1
Hand Clap Mix Snare1 TR808 Tom1 Cl Hihat1 TR808 Tom2 Cl Hihat2 TR808 Tom3 Op Hihat TR808 Tom4 TR808 Tom5 TR909 Cym TR808 Tom6 TR808 Cym China Cymbal
Rock Rd Edge
Mix Hat Mix Crash1 Ana.Cowbell
Mix Crash2 Vibra-slap Ride Cym High Bongo Low Bongo MuteHi Conga
OpenHi Conga
Low Conga High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo Low Agogo Cabasa Maracas ShortWhistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro Claves Hi WoodBlock
LowWoodBlock
Mute Cuica Open Cuica MuteTriangle
OpenTriangle
Shaker Jingle Bell
Bell Tree Castanets Mute Surdo Open Surdo Applause SnareGhost1
SnareGhost2
Hand Clap1 Hand Clap2 Scratch1 Scratch2 Scratch3 Hit1 Hit2 Hit3 Hit4 Hit5 Low Tom1 Low Tom2 Cajon1 Cajon2 Syn Burst Nz
Sweep Down Laser Syn Back Nz
MC500 Beep1
MC500 Beep2
Concert SD Snare Roll Snap High Q TR909 Kick SH32 Kick1 AnalogSnare
Analog Kick
TR808 Snare
SH32 Kick2 Syn ClHH1 Mix Kick2 Mix Kick1 Mix Rim Mix Snare1 TR808 Clap Mix Snare2 Mix Tom1 Mix ClHH1 Mix Tom2 Mix ClHH2 Mix Tom3 Op Hihat Mix Tom4 Mix Tom5 Mix Crash Mix Tom6 Rock Rd Edge
China Cymbal
Ride Cymbal
Tambourine Syn Splash Cowbell Concert Cym
Vibraslap TR808 Cym High Bongo Low Bongo MuteHi Conga
OpenHi Conga
Low Conga High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo Low Agogo Cabasa Maracas ShortWhistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro Claves Hi WoodBlock
LowWoodBlock
Mute Cuica Open Cuica MuteTriangle
OpenTriangle
Shaker Jingle Bell
Bell Tree Castanets Mute Surdo Open Surdo Applause SnareGhost1
SnareGhost2
Hand Clap1 Hand Clap2 Scratch1 Scratch2 Scratch3 Hit1 Hit2 Hit3 Hit4 Hit5 Low Tom1 Low Tom2 Cajon1 Cajon2 Syn Burst Nz
Sweep Down Laser Syn Back Nz
MC500 Beep1
MC500 Beep2
Concert SD Snare Roll Snap High Q SH32 Kick1 TR909 Kick1
AnalogSnare1
Analog Kick1
TR808 Snare
SH32 Kick2 Pedal Hihat
TR909 Kick2
Analog Kick2
Synth Rim DistNz Snare
TR808 Clap DistNz Snare
Deep Tom1 Syn ClHH1 Deep Tom2 Syn ClHH2 Deep Tom3 Syn OpHH Deep Tom4 Deep Tom5 TR808 OpHH Deep Tom6 Wide Syn Cym
TR808 Cym1 Ride Cym1 Castanet TR808 Cym2 TR808Cowbell
Ride Cym2 Syn Cowbell
Ride Cym3 High Bongo Low Bongo MuteHi Conga
OpenHi Conga
Low Conga High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo Low Agogo Cabasa Maracas ShortWhistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro Claves Hi WoodBlock
LowWoodBlock
Mute Cuica Open Cuica MuteTriangle
OpenTriangle
Shaker Jingle Bell
Bell Tree Castanets Mute Surdo Open Surdo Applause SnareGhost1
SnareGhost2
Hand Clap1 Hand Clap2 Scratch1 Scratch2 Scratch3 Hit1 Hit2 Hit3 Hit4 Hit5 Low Tom1 Low Tom2 Cajon1 Cajon2 Syn Burst Nz
Sweep Down Laser Syn Back Nz
MC500 Beep1
MC500 Beep2
Concert SD Snare Roll Snap High Q TR808 Kick Mix Kick1 TR909 Snare1
Mix Kick2 TR909 Snare2
Mix Kick3 Thin ClHH TR909 Kick Analog Kick
Mix Rim Mix Snare2 Mix Clap Mix Snare1 Mix Tom1 Mix ClHH1 Mix Tom2 Mix ClHH2 Mix Tom3 Op Hihat Mix Tom4 Mix Tom5 Mix Crash Mix Tom6 Rock Rd Edge
China Cymbal
Ride Cymbal
Tambourine Splash Cym Cowbell Concert Cym
Vibraslap Syn China High Bongo Low Bongo MuteHi Conga
OpenHi Conga
Low Conga High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo Low Agogo Cabasa Maracas ShortWhistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro Claves Hi WoodBlock
LowWoodBlock
Mute Cuica Open Cuica MuteTriangle
OpenTriangle
Shaker Jingle Bell
Bell Tree Castanets Mute Surdo Open Surdo Applause SnareGhost1
SnareGhost2
Hand Clap1 Hand Clap2 Scratch1 Scratch2 Scratch3 Hit1 Hit2 Hit3 Hit4 Hit5 Low Tom1 Low Tom2 Cajon1 Cajon2 Syn Burst Nz
Sweep Down Laser Syn Back Nz
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 2]
[EXC 2]
[EXC 3]
[EXC 3]
[EXC 4]
[EXC 4]
[EXC 5]
[EXC 5]
[EXC 6]
[EXC 6]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 2]
[EXC 2]
[EXC 3]
[EXC 3]
[EXC 4]
[EXC 4]
[EXC 5]
[EXC 5]
[EXC 6]
[EXC 6]
Dance Kit 3
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 2]
[EXC 2]
[EXC 3]
[EXC 3]
[EXC 4]
[EXC 4]
[EXC 5]
[EXC 5]
[EXC 6]
[EXC 6]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 1]
[EXC 2]
[EXC 2]
[EXC 3]
[EXC 3]
[EXC 4]
[EXC 4]
[EXC 5]
[EXC 5]
[EXC 6]
[EXC 6]
21
Rhythm Set List
* [EXC] : Percussion sound of the same number will not be heard at the same time.
27
28
29
31
30
32
33
35
C2 36
34
37
38
40
41
43
39
42
44
45
47
C3 48
46
49
50
52
53
55
51
54
56
57
59
C4 60
58
61
62
64
65
67
63
66
68
69
71
C5 72
70
73
74
76
77
79
75
78
80
81
83
C6 84
82
85
86
88
22
87
GM2 STANDARD
GM2 ROOM
GM2 POWER
GM2 ELECTRIC
GM2 ANALOG
MSB:120/LSB:0/PC:001
High Q Slap Scratch Push
[EXC 7]
Scratch Pull
[EXC 7]
Sticks Square Click
Metron Click
Metron Bell
Kick Drum 2
Kick Drum 1
Side Stick Aco.Snare Hand Clap Elec.Snare Low Tom 2 ClosedHi-hat
[EXC 1]
Low Tom 1 Pedal Hi-hat
[EXC 1]
Mid Tom 2 Open Hi-hat
[EXC 1]
Mid Tom 1 High Tom 2 CrashCymbal1
High Tom 1 Ride Cymbal1
China Cymbal
Ride Bell Tambourine SplashCymbal
Cowbell CrashCymbal2
Vibra-slap Ride Cymbal2
High Bongo Low Bongo MuteHi Conga
OpenHi Conga
Low Conga High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo Low Agogo Cabasa Maracas ShortWhistle
[EXC 2]
Long Whistle
[EXC 2]
Short Guiro
[EXC 3]
Long Guiro [EXC 3]
Claves Hi WoodBlock
LowWoodBlock
Mute Cuica [EXC 4]
Open Cuica [EXC 4]
MuteTriangle
[EXC 5]
OpenTriangle
[EXC 5]
Shaker Jingle Bell
Bell Tree Castanets Mute Surdo [EXC 6]
Open Surdo [EXC 6]
–
MSB:120/LSB:0/PC:009
High Q Slap Scratch Push
[EXC 7]
Scratch Pull
[EXC 7]
Sticks Square Click
Metron Click
Metron Bell
Kick Drum 2
Kick Drum 1
Side Stick Aco.Snare Hand Clap Elec.Snare Room LowTom2
ClosedHi-hat
[EXC 1]
Room LowTom1
Pedal Hi-hat
[EXC 1]
Room MidTom2
Open Hi-hat
[EXC 1]
Room MidTom1
Room Hi Tom2
CrashCymbal1
Room Hi Tom1
Ride Cymbal1
China Cymbal
Ride Bell Tambourine SplashCymbal
Cowbell CrashCymbal2
Vibra-slap Ride Cymbal2
High Bongo Low Bongo MuteHi Conga
OpenHi Conga
Low Conga High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo Low Agogo Cabasa Maracas ShortWhistle
[EXC 2]
Long Whistle
[EXC 2]
Short Guiro
[EXC 3]
Long Guiro [EXC 3]
Claves Hi WoodBlock
LowWoodBlock
Mute Cuica [EXC 4]
Open Cuica [EXC 4]
MuteTriangle
[EXC 5]
OpenTriangle
[EXC 5]
Shaker Jingle Bell
Bell Tree Castanets Mute Surdo [EXC 6]
Open Surdo [EXC 6]
–
MSB:120/LSB:0/PC:017
High Q Slap Scratch Push
[EXC 7]
Scratch Pull
[EXC 7]
Sticks Square Click
Metron Click
Metron Bell
Kick Drum 2
Power Kick Side Stick PowerSnare Hand Clap Elec.Snare PowerLowTom2
ClosedHi-hat
[EXC 1]
PowerLowTom1
Pedal Hi-hat
[EXC 1]
PowerMidTom2
Open Hi-hat
[EXC 1]
PowerMidTom1
Power HiTom2
CrashCymbal1
Power HiTom1
Ride Cymbal1
China Cymbal
Ride Bell Tambourine SplashCymbal
Cowbell CrashCymbal2
Vibra-slap Ride Cymbal2
High Bongo Low Bongo MuteHi Conga
OpenHi Conga
Low Conga High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo Low Agogo Cabasa Maracas ShortWhistle
[EXC 2]
Long Whistle
[EXC 2]
Short Guiro
[EXC 3]
Long Guiro [EXC 3]
Claves Hi WoodBlock
LowWoodBlock
Mute Cuica [EXC 4]
Open Cuica [EXC 4]
MuteTriangle
[EXC 5]
OpenTriangle
[EXC 5]
Shaker Jingle Bell
Bell Tree Castanets Mute Surdo [EXC 6]
Open Surdo [EXC 6]
–
MSB:120/LSB:0/PC:025
High Q Slap Scratch Push
[EXC 7]
Scratch Pull
[EXC 7]
Sticks Square Click
Metron Click
Metron Bell
Kick Drum 2
Elec.Kick Side Stick E.SnareDrum1
Hand Clap E.SnareDrum2
E.Low Tom 2
ClosedHi-hat
[EXC 1]
E.Low Tom 1
Pedal Hi-hat
[EXC 1]
E.Mid Tom 2
Open Hi-hat
[EXC 1]
E.Mid Tom 1
E.Hi Tom 2 CrashCymbal1
E.Hi Tom 1 Ride Cymbal1
Reverse Cym.
Ride Bell Tambourine SplashCymbal
Cowbell CrashCymbal2
Vibra-slap Ride Cymbal2
High Bongo Low Bongo MuteHi Conga
OpenHi Conga
Low Conga High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo Low Agogo Cabasa Maracas ShortWhistle
[EXC 2]
Long Whistle
[EXC 2]
Short Guiro
[EXC 3]
Long Guiro [EXC 3]
Claves Hi WoodBlock
LowWoodBlock
Mute Cuica [EXC 4]
Open Cuica [EXC 4]
MuteTriangle
[EXC 5]
OpenTriangle
[EXC 5]
Shaker Jingle Bell
Bell Tree Castanets Mute Surdo [EXC 6]
Open Surdo [EXC 6]
–
MSB:120/LSB:0/PC:026
High Q Slap Scratch Push
[EXC 7]
Scratch Pull
[EXC 7]
Sticks Square Click
Metron Click
Metron Bell
Kick Drum 2
Ana.Kick Ana.Rim Sho
Ana.Snare Hand Clap Elec.Snare Ana.Low Tom2
Ana.ClosedHH
[EXC 1]
Ana.Low Tom1
Ana.ClosedHH
[EXC 1]
Ana.Mid Tom2
Ana.Open HH
[EXC 1]
Ana.Mid Tom1
Ana.Hi Tom2
Ana.Cymbal Ana.Hi Tom1
Ride Cymbal1
China Cymbal
Ride Bell Tambourine SplashCymbal
Ana.Cowbell
CrashCymbal2
Vibra-slap Ride Cymbal2
High Bongo Low Bongo Ana.Hi Conga
Ana.MidConga
Ana.LowConga
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo Low Agogo Cabasa Ana.Maracas
ShortWhistle
[EXC 2]
Long Whistle
[EXC 2]
Short Guiro
[EXC 3]
Long Guiro [EXC 3]
Ana.Claves Hi WoodBlock
LowWoodBlock
Mute Cuica [EXC 4]
Open Cuica [EXC 4]
MuteTriangle
[EXC 5]
OpenTriangle
[EXC 5]
Shaker Jingle Bell
Bell Tree Castanets Mute Surdo [EXC 6]
Open Surdo [EXC 6]
–
Rhythm Set List
* [EXC] : Percussion sound of the same number will not be heard at the same time.
27
28
29
31
30
32
33
35
C2 36
34
37
38
40
41
43
39
42
44
45
47
C3 48
46
49
50
52
53
55
51
54
56
57
59
C4 60
58
61
62
64
65
67
63
66
68
69
71
C5 72
70
73
74
76
77
79
75
78
80
81
83
C6 84
82
85
86
88
87
GM2 JAZZ
GM2 BRUSH
GM2 ORCHSTRA
GM2 SFX
MSB:120/LSB:0/PC:033
High Q Slap Scratch Push
[EXC 7]
Scratch Pull
[EXC 7]
Sticks Square Click
Metron Click
Metron Bell
Jazz Kick 2
Jazz Kick 1
Side Stick Aco.Snare Hand Clap Elec.Snare Low Tom 2 ClosedHi-hat
[EXC 1]
Low Tom 1 Pedal Hi-hat
[EXC 1]
Mid Tom 2 Open Hi-hat
[EXC 1]
Mid Tom 1 High Tom 2 CrashCymbal1
High Tom 1 Ride Cymbal1
China Cymbal
Ride Bell Tambourine SplashCymbal
Cowbell CrashCymbal2
Vibra-slap Ride Cymbal2
High Bongo Low Bongo MuteHi Conga
OpenHi Conga
Low Conga High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo Low Agogo Cabasa Maracas ShortWhistle
[EXC 2]
Long Whistle
[EXC 2]
Short Guiro
[EXC 3]
Long Guiro [EXC 3]
Claves Hi WoodBlock
LowWoodBlock
Mute Cuica [EXC 4]
Open Cuica [EXC 4]
MuteTriangle
[EXC 5]
OpenTriangle
[EXC 5]
Shaker Jingle Bell
Bell Tree Castanets Mute Surdo [EXC 6]
Open Surdo [EXC 6]
–
MSB:120/LSB:0/PC:041
High Q Slap Scratch Push
[EXC 7]
Scratch Pull
[EXC 7]
Sticks Square Click
Metron Click
Metron Bell
Jazz Kick 2
Jazz Kick 1
Side Stick Brush Tap Brush Slap Brush Swirl
Low Tom 2 ClosedHi-hat
[EXC 1]
Low Tom 1 Pedal Hi-hat
[EXC 1]
Mid Tom 2 Open Hi-hat
[EXC 1]
Mid Tom 1 High Tom 2 CrashCymbal1
High Tom 1 Ride Cymbal1
China Cymbal
Ride Bell Tambourine SplashCymbal
Cowbell CrashCymbal2
Vibra-slap Ride Cymbal2
High Bongo Low Bongo MuteHi Conga
OpenHi Conga
Low Conga High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo Low Agogo Cabasa Maracas ShortWhistle
[EXC 2]
Long Whistle
[EXC 2]
Short Guiro
[EXC 3]
Long Guiro [EXC 3]
Claves Hi WoodBlock
LowWoodBlock
Mute Cuica [EXC 4]
Open Cuica [EXC 4]
MuteTriangle
[EXC 5]
OpenTriangle
[EXC 5]
Shaker Jingle Bell
Bell Tree Castanets Mute Surdo [EXC 6]
Open Surdo [EXC 6]
–
MSB:120/LSB:0/PC:049
ClosedHi-hat
[EXC 1]
Pedal Hi-hat
[EXC 1]
Open Hi-hat
[EXC 1]
Ride Cymbal1
Sticks Square Click
Metron Click
Metron Bell
Concert BD 2
Concert BD 1
Side Stick Concert SD Castanets Concert SD Timpani F Timpani F# Timpani G Timpani G# Timpani A Timpani A# Timpani B Timpani c Timpani c# Timpani d Timpani d# Timpani e Timpani f Tambourine SplashCymbal
Cowbell Concert Cym2
Vibra-slap Concert Cym1
High Bongo Low Bongo MuteHi Conga
OpenHi Conga
Low Conga High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo Low Agogo Cabasa Maracas ShortWhistle
[EXC 2]
Long Whistle
[EXC 2]
Short Guiro
[EXC 3]
Long Guiro [EXC 3]
Claves Hi WoodBlock
LowWoodBlock
Mute Cuica [EXC 4]
Open Cuica [EXC 4]
MuteTriangle
[EXC 5]
OpenTriangle
[EXC 5]
Shaker Jingle Bell
Bell Tree Castanets Mute Surdo [EXC 6]
Open Surdo [EXC 6]
Applause MSB:120/LSB:0/PC:057
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
High Q Slap Scratch Push
[EXC 7]
Scratch Pull
[EXC 7]
Sticks Square Click
Metron Click
Metron Bell
GtFret Noise
Cut Noise Up
Cut Noise Dw
Slap St.Bass
Fl.Key Click
Laughing Scream Punch Heart Beat Footsteps 1
Footsteps 2
Applause Door Creak Door Scratch Wind Chimes
Car Engine Car Stop Car Pass Car Crash Siren Train Jetplane Helicopter Starship Gun Shot Machine Gun
Lasergun Explosion Dog Horse Gallop
Birds Rain Thunder Wind Seashore Stream Bubble –
–
–
–
23
Rhythm Pattern List
24
No
Pattern Name
Drum Set
No
Pattern Name
Drum Set
000
Metronome Standard 1 055
Pop Funk 1
Standard 3 001
8-Beat Pop1
Standard 1 056
Pop Funk 2
Standard 3 002
8-Beat Pop2
Jazz Kit
057
Pop Funk 3
Standard 3 003
8-Beat Pop3
Standard 1 058
R&B 1 R&B Mini Kit
R&B Mini Kit
004
8-Beat Pop4
Standard 1 059
R&B 2 005
8-Beat Pop5
Standard 1 060
R&B 3 R&B Mini Kit
006
16-Beat Pop1
Standard 2 061
R&B 4 R&B Mini Kit
R&B Mini Kit
007
16-Beat Pop2
Standard 2 062
R&B 5 008
16-Beat Pop3
Standard 2 063
R&B 6 R&B Mini Kit
009
16-Beat Funk
Standard 2 064
R&B 7 R&B Mini Kit
010
16Bt Fusion1
Standard 2 065
R&B 8 R&B Mini Kit
011
16Bt Fusion2
Standard 2 066
R&B 9 R&B Mini Kit
012
8-Beat Rock1
Standard 2 067
R&B 10 R&B Mini Kit
013
8-Beat Rock2
Standard 2 068
R&B 11 R&B Mini Kit
014
16Beat Rock1
Standard 2 069
R&B 12 R&B Mini Kit
015
16Beat Rock2
Standard 2 070
R&B 13 R&B Mini Kit
R&B Mini Kit
016
Pop Ballad
Standard 2 071
R&B 14 017
Ballad 1 Machine Kit
072
R&B 15 R&B Mini Kit
018
Ballad 2 Machine Kit
073
R&B 16 R&B Mini Kit
019
Ballad 3 Machine Kit
074
R&B 17 R&B Mini Kit
020
Piano R&B 1
Jazz Kit
075
R&B 18 R&B Mini Kit
021
Piano R&B 2
Standard 3 076
R&B Pop 1 Standard 2 022
Pop 1-1 Standard 1 077
R&B Pop 2 Standard 2 023
Pop 1-2 Standard 1 078
R&B Pop 3 Standard 2 024
Pop 1-3 Standard 1 079
R&B Pop 4 Standard 2 025
Pop 1-4 Standard 1 080
R&B Pop 5 Standard 2 026
Pop 2-1 Standard 1 081
R&B Pop 6 Standard 2 027
Pop 2-2 Standard 1 082
Rockaballad
Standard 3 028
Pop 2-3 Standard 1 083
Shuffle 1 Standard 3 029
Pop 2-4 Standard 1 084
Shuffle 2 Standard 3 Standard 2 030
Pop 2-5 Standard 1 085
ShufflePop1
031
Pop 3-1 Standard 1 086
ShufflePop2
Standard 2 032
Pop 3-2 Standard 1 087
ShufflePop3
Standard 2 033
Pop 3-3 Standard 1 088
ShufflePop4
Standard 2 Standard 2 034
Pop 3-4 Standard 1 089
ShufflePop5
035
Pop 4-1 Standard 1 090
Slow Beat Standard 2 036
Pop 4-2 Standard 1 091
StraightRock
Standard 1 037
Pop 5-1 Standard 1 092
Back Beat 1
Jazz Kit
038
Pop 5-2 Standard 1 093
Back Beat 2
R&B Mini Kit
039
Pop 5-3 Standard 1 094
Back Beat 3
R&B Mini Kit
040
Pop 5-4 Standard 1 095
Back Beat 4
R&B Mini Kit
041
Pop 5-5 Standard 1 096
Back Beat 5
R&B Mini Kit
042
Pop 6-1 Standard 1 097
Back Beat 6
R&B Mini Kit
043
Pop 6-2 Standard 1 098
Back Beat 7
R&B Mini Kit
044
Pop 7-1 Standard 1 099
Back Beat 8
R&B Mini Kit
045
Pop 7-2 Standard 1 100
Back Beat 9
R&B Mini Kit
046
Pop 7-3 Standard 1 101
Back Beat10
R&B Mini Kit
047
Pop 7-4 Standard 1 102
Jazz 1 Jazz Kit
Jazz Kit
048
West Coast
Standard 2 103
Jazz 2 049
Big Beat 1
Standard 2 104
Jazz 3 Jazz Kit
050
Big Beat 2
Standard 2 105
Jazz 4 Jazz Kit
051
Big Beat 3
Standard 2 106
Jazz 5 Jazz Kit
052
Funk 1 Standard 3 107
Swing 1 Jazz Kit
053
Funk 2 Standard 3 108
Swing 2 Jazz Kit
054
Funk 3 Standard 3 109
Swing 3 Jazz Kit
Rhythm Pattern List
No
Pattern Name
Drum Set
No
Pattern Name
Drum Set
110
Swing 4 Jazz Kit
165
Mambo Standard 3 111
Combo Jazz Kit
166
ElecDance 1
Machine Kit
112
Free Jazz Jazz Kit
167
ElecDance 2
Machine Kit
113
Acid Jazz R&B Kit 168
ElecDance 3
Dance Kit 1
114
Motown Standard 3 169
ElecDance 4
Dance Kit 1
115
Gospel 1 Standard 3 170
ElecDance 5
Machine Kit
116
Gospel 2 Standard 3 171
ElecDance 6
Machine Kit
117
Blues 1 Standard 1 172
ElecDance 7
Machine Kit
118
Blues 2 Standard 1 173
ElecDance 8
Machine Kit
119
Power Fusion
Standard 1 174
Dance HipHop Kit 120
PowerfulRock
Standard 1 175
Rap 1 Dance Kit 3
121
Progressive
Standard 1 176
Rap 2 Dance Kit 3
122
Rock 1 Standard 1 177
Hip Hop 1 Machine Kit
123
Rock 2 Standard 1 178
Hip Hop 2 Machine Kit
124
Rock 3 Standard 1 179
Hip Hop 3 Machine Kit
125
Rock 4 Standard 1 180
Hip Hop 4 Machine Kit
126
Rock 5 Standard 1 181
Hip Hop 5 Machine Kit
127
Rock 6 Standard 1 182
Techno Machine Kit
Standard 3 128
Rock 7 Standard 1 183
Polka 1 129
Rock 8 Standard 1 184
Polka 2 Standard 3 130
Rock 9 Standard 1 185
Simple Waltz
Jazz Kit
131
Rock 10 Standard 1 186
Pop Waltz 1
Jazz Kit
132
Rock 11 Standard 1 187
Pop Waltz 2
Jazz Kit
133
Rock 12 Standard 1 188
Pop Waltz 3
Jazz Kit
134
Rock 13 Standard 1 189
Pop Waltz 4
Jazz Kit
135
Rock 14 Standard 1 190
Metro (2/4)
Standard 1 136
Rock 15 Standard 1 191
Metro (3/4)
Standard 1 137
Rock 16 Standard 1 192
Metro (4/4)
Standard 1 Standard 1 138
Rock 17 Standard 1 193
Metro (5/4)
139
Rock 18 Standard 1 194
Metro (6/4)
Standard 1 140
Rock 19 Standard 1 195
Metro (7/4)
Standard 1 141
Rock 20 Standard 1 196
Metro (5/8)
Standard 1 142
Rock 21 Standard 1 197
Metro (6/8)
Standard 1 143
Rock 22 Standard 1 198
Metro (7/8)
Standard 1 144
Rock 23 Standard 1 199
Metro (9/8)
Standard 1 145
Rock 24 Standard 1 200
Metro (12/8)
Standard 1 Standard 1 146
Rock 25 147
Rock 26 Standard 1 148
Rock 27 Standard 1 149
Rock 28 Standard 1 150
Rock 29 Standard 1 151
Latin Dance
Standard 1 152
Latin Pop 1
Standard 3 153
Latin Pop 2
Standard 3 154
Latin Pop 3
Standard 3 155
Latin Pop 4
Standard 3 156
Latin Pop 5
Standard 3 157
Latin Pop 6
Standard 3 158
Salsa 1 Standard 3 159
Salsa 2 Standard 3 160
Samba Standard 3 161
Reggae Standard 2 Standard 3 162
Fast Bossa
163
BossaNova 1
Standard 2 164
BossaNova 2
Standard 2 25
Effect/Parameter List
Multi-Effects Parameter
Parameter
Value
Description
-60–+4 dB
These boost and cut each of the High,
Middle, and Low frequency ranges. .
At -60 dB, the sound becomes inaudible. 0 dB is equivalent to the input level of
the sound.
OFF, ON
Turns the Anti-Phase function on and off
for the Low frequency ranges..
When turned on, the counter-channel of
stereo sound is inverted and added to
the signal.
APhase Low Lev
0–127
Adjusts the level settings for the Low
frequency ranges..
Adjusting this level for certain
frequencies allows you to lend emphasis
to specific parts. (This is effective only for
stereo source.)
APhase Mid Sw
OFF, ON
APhase Mid Lev
0–127
Low Boost Sw
OFF, ON
Boost/Cut Low
Boost/Cut Mid
00: THRU
Boost/Cut High
01: EQUALIZER
APhase Low Sw
This is a four-band stereo equalizer (low, mid x 2, high).
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Low Gain, High Gain, Level
Parameter
Value
Description
Low Freq
200, 400 Hz
Frequency of the low range
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low range
Mid1 Freq
200–8000 Hz
Frequency of the middle range 1
Mid1 Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the middle range 1
Mid1 Q
0.5, 1.0, 2.0, 4.0,
8.0
Width of the middle range 1 .
Set a higher value for Q to narrow the
range to be affected.
Mid2 Freq
200–8000 Hz
Frequency of the middle range 2
Mid2 Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the middle range 2
Low Boost Level
0–127
Mid2 Q
0.5, 1.0, 2.0, 4.0,
8.0
Width of the middle range 2 .
Set a higher value for Q to narrow the
range to be affected.
Depending on the Isolator and filter
settings this effect may be hard to
distinguish.
Level
0–127
Output Level
High Freq
2000, 4000, 8000
Hz
Frequency of the high range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high range
Level
0–127
Output Level
Settings of the Anti-Phase function for
the Middle frequency ranges. .
The parameters are the same as for the
Low frequency ranges.
Turns Low Booster on/off..
This emphasizes the bottom to create a
heavy bass sound.
Increasing this value gives you a heavier
low end.
04: LOW BOOST
Boosts the volume of the lower range, creating powerful lows.
Assignable Parameters
02: SPECTRUM
This is a stereo spectrum. Spectrum is a type of filter which modifies the timbre by
boosting or cutting the level at specific frequencies.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Level
Parameter
Value
Description
Band1 (250Hz)
Band2 (500Hz)
Band3 (1000Hz)
Band4 (1250Hz)
Band5 (2000Hz)
-15–+15 dB
MFX Control
Boost Gain, Boost Freq
Parameter
Value
Description
Boost Freq
50–125 Hz
Center frequency at which the lower
range will be boosted
Boost Gain
0–+12 dB
Amount by which the lower range will
be boosted
Boost Width
WIDE, MID,
NARROW
Width of the lower range that will be
boosted
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low frequency range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high frequency range
Level
0–127
Output Level
Gain of each frequency band
Band6 (3150Hz)
05: SUPER FILTR (SUPER FILTER)
Band7 (4000Hz)
Band8 (8000Hz)
Q
0.5, 1.0, 2.0, 4.0,
8.0
Simultaneously adjusts the width of the
adjusted ranges for all the frequency
bands.
Level
0–127
Output Level
This is a filter with an extremely sharp slope. The cutoff frequency can be varied
cyclically.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Filter Cutoff, Filter Resonance, Rate, Depth
Parameter
Value
Description
LPF, BPF, HPF,
NOTCH
Filter type.
Frequency range that will pass through
each filter.
LPF: Frequencies below the cutoff
BPF: Frequencies in the region of the
cutoff.
HPF: Frequencies above the cutoff
NOTCH: Frequencies other than the
region of the cutoff
03: ISOLATOR
This is an equalizer which cuts the volume greatly, allowing you to add a special effect
to the sound by cutting the volume in varying ranges.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
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Boost/Cut Low, Boost/Cut Mid, Boost/Cut High
Filter Type
Effect/Parameter List
Parameter
Value
Description
Parameter
Value
Description
Level
0–127
Output Level
Filter Slope
-12, -24, -36 dB
Amount of attenuation per octave.
-36 dB: Extremely steep
-24 dB: Steep
-12 dB: Gentle
Filter Cutoff
0–127
Cutoff frequency of the filter.
Increasing this value will raise the cutoff
frequency.
Filter Resonance
0–127
Filter resonance level.
Increasing this value will emphasize the
region near the cutoff frequency.
Filter Gain
0–+12 dB
Amount of boost for the filter output
Modulation Sw
OFF, ON
On/off switch for cyclic change
TRI, SQR, SIN,
SAW1, SAW2L
How the cutoff frequency will be
modulated.
TRI: Triangle wave
SQR: Square wave
SIN: Sine wave
SAW1: Sawtooth wave (upward)
SAW2: Sawtooth wave (downward)
Modulation Wave
SAW1
SAW2
Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Rate of modulation (Hz)
Rate ( )
note (*1)
Rate of modulation (note)
Depth
0–127
Depth of modulation
Attack
0–127
Speed at which the cutoff frequency will
change.
This is effective if Modulation Wave is
SQR, SAW1, or SAW2.
Level
0–127
Output Level
07: ENHANCER
Controls the overtone structure of the high frequencies, adding sparkle and tightness
to the sound.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Sens, Mix
Parameter
Value
Description
Sens
0–127
Sensitivity of the enhancer
Mix
0–127
Level of the overtones generated by the
enhancer
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high range
Level
0–127
Output Level
08: AUTO WAH
Cyclically controls a filter to create cyclic change in timbre.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Manual, Sens, Rate, Depth, Phase
Parameter
Value
Description
Filter Type
LPF, BPF
Type of filter.
LPF: The wah effect will be applied over a
wide frequency range..
BPF: The wah effect will be applied over
a narrow frequency range.
Manual
0–127
Adjusts the center frequency at which
the effect is applied.
Peak
0–127
Adjusts the amount of the wah effect
that will occur in the range of the center
frequency..
Set a higher value for Q to narrow the
range to be affected.
Sens
0–127
Adjusts the sensitivity with which the
filter is controlled.
Polarity
UP, DOWN
Sets the direction in which the frequency
will change when the autowah filter is
modulated..
UP: The filter will change toward a higher
frequency..
DOWN: The filter will change toward a
lower frequency.
06: STEP FILTER
This is a filter whose cutoff frequency can be modulated in steps. You can specify the
pattern by which the cutoff frequency will change.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Rate, Filter Resonance, Filter Type
Parameter
Value
Description
Step 01–16
0–127
Cutoff frequency at each step
Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Rate of modulation (Hz)
Rate ( )
note (*1)
Rate of modulation (note)
Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Attack
0–127
Speed at which the cutoff frequency
changes between steps
Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Frequency of modulation (Hz)
LPF, BPF, HPF,
NOTCH
Filter type.
Frequency range that will pass through
each filter.
LPF: Frequencies below the cutoff
BPF: Frequencies in the region of the
cutoff.
HPF: Frequencies above the cutoff
NOTCH: Frequencies other than the
region of the cutoff
Filter Type
Filter Slope
-12, -24, -36 dB
Amount of attenuation per octave.
-12dB: Gentle
-24dB: Steep
-36dB: Extremely steep
Filter Resonance
0–127
Filter resonance level.
Increasing this value will emphasize the
region near the cutoff frequency.
Filter Gain
0–+12 dB
Amount of boost for the filter output
Rate ( )
note (*1)
Frequency of modulation (note)
Depth
0–127
Depth of modulation
Phase
0–180 deg
Adjusts the degree of phase shift of the
left and right sounds when the wah
effect is applied.
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high range
Level
0–127
Output Level
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Effect/Parameter List
09: HUMANIZER
Adds a vowel character to the sound, making it similar to a human voice.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Type
Cabinet
Speaker
Microphone
MIDDLE
open back
enclosure
12 x 1
dynamic
JC-120
open back
enclosure
12 x 2
dynamic
BUILT-IN 1
open back
enclosure
12 x 2
dynamic
Rate, Drive, Depth, Vowel1, Vowel2, Manual
Parameter
Value
Description
Drive Sw
OFF, ON
Turns Drive on/off.
BUILT-IN 2
12 x 2
condenser
Drive
0–127
Degree of distortion.
Also changes the volume.
open back
enclosure
BUILT-IN 3
12 x 2
condenser
Vowel1
a, e, i, o, u
open back
enclosure
Vowel2
a, e, i, o, u
Selects the vowel.
BUILT-IN 4
open back
enclosure
12 x 2
condenser
Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
BUILT-IN 5
open back
enclosure
12 x 2
condenser
Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Frequency at which the two vowels
switch (Hz)
BG STACK 1
sealed enclosure
12 x 2
condenser
BG STACK 2
large sealed
enclosure
12 x 2
condenser
MS STACK 1
large sealed
enclosure
12 x 4
condenser
MS STACK 2
large sealed
enclosure
12 x 4
condenser
METAL STACK
large double stack
12 x 4
condenser
2-STACK
large double stack
12 x 4
condenser
3-STACK
large double stack
12 x 4
condenser
Rate ( )
note (*1)
Frequency at which the two vowels
switch (note)
Depth
0–127
Effect depth
Input Sync Sw
OFF, ON
Determines whether the LFO for
switching the vowels is reset by the input
signal (ON) or not (OFF).
Input Sync Thres
0–127
Volume level at which reset is applied
0–100
Point at which Vowel 1/2 switch.
49 or less: Vowel 1 will have a longer
duration..
50: Vowel 1 and 2 will be of equal
duration..
51 or more: Vowel 2 will have a longer
duration.
Manual
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low frequency range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high frequency range
Pan
L64–63R
Stereo location of the output
Level
0–127
Output Level
10: SP.SIMULATR (SPEAKER SIMULATOR)
Simulates the speaker type and microphone settings used to record the speaker sound.
Assignable Parameters
11: PHASER
This is a stereo phaser. A phase-shifted sound is added to the original sound and
modulated.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Rate, Resonance, Manual, Mix
Parameter
Value
Description
Mode
4-STAGE, 8-STAGE,
12-STAGE
Number of stages in the phaser
Manual
0–127
Adjusts the basic frequency from which
the sound will be modulated.
Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
MFX Control
Direct Level, Mic Level, Speaker
Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Frequency of modulation (Hz)
Parameter
Value
Description
Rate ( )
note (*1)
Frequency of modulation (note)
Speaker
(See the table.)
Type of speaker
Depth
0–127
Depth of modulation
1, 2, 3
Adjusts the location of the microphone
that is recording the sound of the
speaker..
This can be adjusted in three steps, with
the microphone becoming more distant
in the order of 1, 2, and 3.
Polarity
INVERSE,
SYNCHRO
Selects whether the left and right phase
of the modulation will be the same or
the opposite..
INVERSE: The left and right phase will
be opposite. When using a mono source,
this spreads the sound..
SYNCHRO: The left and right phase will
be the same. Select this when inputting a
stereo source.
Resonance
0–127
Amount of feedback
Cross Feedback
-98–+98 %
Adjusts the proportion of the phaser
sound that is fed back into the effect. .
Negative (-) settings will invert the phase.
Mix
0–127
Level of the phase-shifted sound
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high range
Level
0–127
Output Level
Mic Setting
Mic Level
0–127
Volume of the microphone
Direct Level
0–127
Volume of the direct sound
Level
0–127
Output Level
Specifications of each Speaker Type
The speaker column indicates the diameter of each speaker unit (in inches) and the
number of units.
Type
Cabinet
Speaker
Microphone
SMALL 1
small open-back
enclosure
10
dynamic
SMALL 2
small open-back
enclosure
10
dynamic
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Effect/Parameter List
12: STEP PHASER
This is a stereo phaser. The phaser effect will be varied gradually.
Parameter
Value
Description
Level
0–127
Output Level
Assignable Parameters
14: INF PHASER (INFINITE PHASER)
MFX Control
StepRate, Depth, Resonance, Manual, Mix
Parameter
Value
Description
Mode
4-STAGE, 8-STAGE,
12-STAGE
Number of stages in the phaser
Manual
0–127
Adjusts the basic frequency from which
the sound will be modulated.
MFX Control
Speed, Resonance, Mix, Pan
Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Parameter
Value
Description
Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Frequency of modulation (Hz)
Mode
1, 2, 3, 4
Rate ( )
note (*1)
Frequency of modulation (note)
Higher values will produce a deeper
phaser effect.
Depth
0–127
Depth of modulation
Speed
-100–+100
Resonance
0–127
Amount of feedback
INVERSE,
SYNCHRO
Selects whether the left and right phase
of the modulation will be the same or
the opposite..
INVERSE: The left and right phase will
be opposite. When using a mono source,
this spreads the sound..
SYNCHRO: The left and right phase will
be the same. Select this when inputting a
stereo source.
Speed at which to raise or lower
the frequency at which the sound is
modulated.
(+: upward / -: downward)
Mix
0–127
Volume of the phase-shifted sound
Pan
L64–63R
Panning of the output sound
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Amount of boost/cut for the lowfrequency range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Amount of boost/cut for the highfrequency range
Level
0–127
Output Level
Polarity
Resonance
0–127
Amount of feedback
Cross Feedback
-98–+98 %
Adjusts the proportion of the phaser
sound that is fed back into the effect. .
Negative (-) settings will invert the phase.
Step Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Step Rate (Hz)
0.10–20.00 Hz
Rate of the step-wise change in the
phaser effect (Hz)
Step Rate ( )
note (*1)
Rate of the step-wise change in the
phaser effect (note)
Mix
0–127
Level of the phase-shifted sound
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high range
Level
0–127
Output Level
13: MULT PHASER (MULTI STAGE PHASER)
Extremely high settings of the phase difference produce a deep phaser effect.
A phaser that continues raising/lowering the frequency at which the sound is
modulated.
Assignable Parameters
15: RING MODLTR (RING MODULATOR)
This is an effect that applies amplitude modulation (AM) to the input signal, producing
bell-like sounds. You can also change the modulation frequency in response to
changes in the volume of the sound sent into the effect.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Frequency, Sens, Balance
Parameter
Value
Description
Frequency
0–127
Adjusts the frequency at which modulation is applied.
Sens
0–127
Adjusts the amount of frequency
modulation applied.
Polarity
UP, DOWN
Determines whether the frequency
modulation moves towards higher
frequencies (UP) or lower frequencies
(DOWN).
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low frequency range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high frequency range
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the effect sound (W)
Level
0–127
Output Level
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Rate, Depth, Resonance, Manual, Mix
Parameter
Value
Description
Mode
4-STAGE, 8-STAGE,
12-STAGE,
16-STAGE,
20-STAGE,
24-STAGE
Number of phaser stages
Manual
0–127
Adjusts the basic frequency from which
the sound will be modulated.
Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Frequency of modulation (Hz)
Rate ( )
note (*1)
Frequency of modulation (note)
Depth
0–127
Depth of modulation
Resonance
0–127
Amount of feedback
Mix
0–127
Level of the phase-shifted sound
Pan
L64–63R
Stereo location of the output sound
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high range
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Effect/Parameter List
16: STEP R.MOD (STEP RING MODULATOR)
Parameter
This is a ring modulator that uses a 16-step sequence to vary the frequency at which
modulation is applied.
Value
Description
TRI, SQR, SIN,
SAW1, SAW2
Modulation Wave.
TRI: triangle wave
SQR: square wave
SIN: sine wave
SAW1/2: sawtooth wave
Assignable Parameters
Mod Wave
MFX Control
Rate, Attack, Balance
Parameter
Value
Description
Step 01–16
0–127
Frequency of ring modulation at each
step
Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Rate Mode
Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Rate at which the 16-step sequence will
cycle (Hz)
Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Frequency of the change (Hz)
Rate ( )
note (*1)
Frequency of the change (note)
Rate ( )
note (*1)
Rate at which the 16-step sequence will
cycle (note)
Depth
0–127
Depth to which the effect is applied
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high range
Level
0–127
Output Level
0–127
Speed at which the modulation
frequency changes between steps
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Amount of boost/cut for the lowfrequency range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Amount of boost/cut for the highfrequency range
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance of the original sound (D)
and effect sound (W)
Level
0–127
Output Level
Attack
SAW1
Hz, note
SAW2
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
19: STEP PAN
This uses a 16-step sequence to vary the panning of the sound.
Assignable Parameters
17: TREMOLO
Cyclically modulates the volume to add tremolo effect to the sound.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Rate, Depth, Mod Wave
Parameter
Value
Description
TRI, SQR, SIN,
SAW1, SAW2
Modulation Wave.
TRI: Triangle wave
SQR: Square wave
SIN: Sine wave
SAW1/2: Sawtooth wave
Mod Wave
Rate Mode
SAW1
Hz, note
SAW2
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Frequency of the change (Hz)
Rate ( )
note (*1)
Frequency of the change (note)
Depth
0–127
Depth to which the effect is applied
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high range
Level
0–127
Output Level
18: AUTO PAN
Cyclically modulates the stereo location of the sound.
MFX Control
Rate, Attack
Parameter
Value
Description
Step 01–16
L64–63R
Pan at each step
Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Rate at which the 16-step sequence will
cycle (Hz)
Rate ( )
note (*1)
Rate at which the 16-step sequence will
cycle (note)
Attack
0–127
Speed at which the pan changes
between steps
Input Sync Sw
OFF, ON
Specifies whether an input note will
cause the sequence to resume from the
first step of the sequence (ON) or not
(OFF)
Input Sync Thres
0–127
Volume at which an input note will be
detected
Level
0–127
Output Level
20: SLICER
By applying successive cuts to the sound, this effect turns a conventional sound into a
sound that appears to be played as a backing phrase. This is especially effective when
applied to sustain-type sounds.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Rate, Attack, Shuffle
Parameter
Value
Description
Step 01–16
0–127
Level at each step
Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Rate at which the 16-step sequence will
cycle (Hz)
Rate ( )
note (*1)
Rate at which the 16-step sequence will
cycle (note)
Attack
0–127
Speed at which the level changes
between steps
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
30
Rate, Depth, Mod Wave
Effect/Parameter List
Parameter
Value
Description
Input Sync Sw
OFF, ON
Specifies whether an input note will
cause the sequence to resume from the
first step of the sequence (ON) or not
(OFF)
Input Sync Thres
0–127
Volume at which an input note will be
detected
Mode
Shuffle
Level
LEGATO, SLASH
0–127
0–127
Sets the manner in which the volume
changes as one step progresses to the
next..
LEGATO: The change in volume from one
step’s level to the next remains unaltered. If the level of a following step is the
same as the one preceding it, there is no
change in volume..
SLASH: The level is momentarily set to
0 before progressing to the level of the
next step. This change in volume occurs
even if the level of the following step is
the same as the preceding step.
Timing of volume changes for evennumbered steps (step 2, step 4, step 6...)..
The higher the value, the later the beat
progresses.
Output Level
21: ROTARY
The Rotary effect simulates the sound of the rotary speakers often used with the
electric organs of the past. Since the movement of the high range and low range
rotors can be set independently, the unique type of modulation characteristic of these
speakers can be simulated quite closely. This effect is most suitable for electric organ
Patches.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Parameter
Speed, Tw Fast Rate, Wf Fast Rate, Separation
Value
Description
Speed
SLOW, FAST
Simultaneously switch the rotational
speed of the low frequency rotor and
high frequency rotor..
SLOW: Slows down the rotation to the
Slow Rate..
FAST: Speeds up the rotation to the Fast
Rate.
Wf Slow Rate
0.05–10.00 Hz
Slow speed (SLOW) of the low frequency
rotor
Wf Fast Rate
0.05–10.00 Hz
Fast speed (FAST) of the low frequency
rotor
Woofer Accel
0–15
Adjusts the time it takes the low
frequency rotor to reach the newly
selected speed when switching from fast
to slow (or slow to fast) speed. Lower
values will require longer times.
Wf Level
0–127
Volume of the low frequency rotor
Tw Slow Rate
0.05–10.00 Hz
Tw Fast Rate
0.05–10.00 Hz
Tweeter Accel
0–15
Tweeter Level
0–127
Separation
0–127
Spatial dispersion of the sound
Level
0–127
Output Level
22: VK ROTARY
This type provides modified response for the rotary speaker, with the low end boosted
further..
This effect is a descendant of the Roland VK Series’ built-in rotary speaker.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Speed, Brake, Tw Fast Rate, Wf Fast Rate
Parameter
Value
Description
Speed
SLOW, FAST
Rotational speed of the rotating speaker
Brake
OFF, ON
Switches the rotation of the rotary
speaker..
When this is turned on, the rotation will
gradually stop. When it is turned off, the
rotation will gradually resume.
Wf Slow Rate
0.05–10.00 Hz
Low-speed rotation speed of the woofer
Wf Fast Rate
0.05–10.00 Hz
High-speed rotation speed of the woofer
Wf Trans Up
0–127
Adjusts the rate at which the woofer
rotation speeds up when the rotation is
switched from Slow to Fast.
Wf Trans Down
0–127
Adjusts the rate at which the woofer
rotation speeds up when the rotation is
switched from Fast to Slow.
Wf Level
0–127
Volume of the woofer
Tw Slow Rate
0.05–10.00 Hz
Tw Fast Rate
0.05–10.00 Hz
Tw Trans Up
0–127
Tw Trans Down
0–127
Tweeter Level
0–127
Spread
0–10
Sets the rotary speaker stereo image. .
The higher the value set, the wider the
sound is spread out.
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high range
Level
0–127
Output Level
Settings of the tweeter.
The parameters are the same as for the
woofer.
Settings of the high frequency rotor The
parameters are the same as for the low
frequency rotor
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Effect/Parameter List
23: CHORUS
25: STEP FLANGR (STEP FLANGER)
This is a stereo chorus. A filter is provided so that you can adjust the timbre of the
chorus sound.
This is a flanger in which the flanger pitch changes in steps. The speed at which the
pitch changes can also be specified in terms of a note-value of a specified tempo.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Depth, Rate, Balance
Parameter
Value
Description
Filter Type
OFF, LPF, HPF
Type of filter.
OFF: No filter is used
LPF: Cuts the frequency range above the
Cutoff Freq.
HPF: Cuts the frequency range below the
Cutoff Freq
Cutoff Freq
200–8000 Hz
Pre Delay
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
StepRate, Depth, Feedback, Balance
Parameter
Value
Description
Filter Type
OFF, LPF, HPF
Type of filter.
OFF: No filter is used
LPF: Cuts the frequency range above the
Cutoff Freq.
HPF: Cuts the frequency range below the
Cutoff Freq
Basic frequency of the filter
Cutoff Freq
200–8000 Hz
Basic frequency of the filter
0.0–100.0 ms
Adjusts the delay time from the direct
sound until the chorus sound is heard.
Pre Delay
0.0–100.0 ms
Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Adjusts the delay time from when the
direct sound begins until the flanger
sound is heard.
Rate (Hz)
Rate Mode
Hz, note
0.05–10.00 Hz
Frequency of modulation (Hz)
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Rate ( )
note (*1)
Frequency of modulation (note)
Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Frequency of modulation (Hz)
Depth
0–127
Depth of modulation
Phase
0–180 deg
Spatial spread of the sound
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high range
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the chorus sound (W)
Level
0–127
Output Level
24: FLANGER
This is a stereo flanger. (The LFO has the same phase for left and right.) It produces a
metallic resonance that rises and falls like a jet airplane taking off or landing. A filter is
provided so that you can adjust the timbre of the flanged sound.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Depth, Rate, Feedback, Balance
Parameter
Value
Description
OFF, LPF, HPF
Type of filter.
OFF: No filter is used
LPF: Cuts the frequency range above the
Cutoff Freq.
HPF: Cuts the frequency range below the
Cutoff Freq
Filter Type
Rate ( )
note (*1)
Frequency of modulation (note)
Depth
0–127
Depth of modulation
Phase
0–180 deg
Spatial spread of the sound
Feedback
-98–+98 %
Adjusts the proportion of the flanger
sound that is fed back into the effect..
Negative (-) settings will invert the phase.
Step Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
StepRate (Hz)
0.10–20.00 Hz
Rate (period) of pitch change (Hz)
Step Rate ( )
note (*1)
Rate (period) of pitch change (note)
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high range
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the flanger sound (W)
Level
0–127
Output Level
26: HEXA-CHORUS
Uses a six-phase chorus (six layers of chorused sound) to give richness and spatial
spread to the sound.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Depth, Rate, Balance
Parameter
Value
Description
Pre Delay
0.0–100.0 ms
Adjusts the delay time from the direct
sound until the chorus sound is heard.
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Cutoff Freq
200–8000 Hz
Basic frequency of the filter
Pre Delay
0.0–100.0 ms
Adjusts the delay time from when the
direct sound begins until the flanger
sound is heard.
Rate Mode
Hz, note
Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Frequency of modulation (Hz)
Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Frequency of modulation (Hz)
Rate ( )
note (*1)
Frequency of modulation (note)
Rate ( )
note (*1)
Frequency of modulation (note)
Depth
0–127
Depth of modulation
Depth
0–127
Depth of modulation
Phase
0–180 deg
Spatial spread of the sound
Pre Delay Deviat
0–20
Adjusts the differences in Pre Delay
between each chorus sound.
Feedback
-98–+98 %
Adjusts the proportion of the flanger
sound that is fed back into the effect..
Negative (-) settings will invert the phase.
Depth Deviation
-20–+20
Adjusts the difference in modulation
depth between each chorus sound.
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high range
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the flanger sound (W)
Pan Deviation
0–20
Balance
Adjusts the difference in stereo location
between each chorus sound..
0: All chorus sounds will be in the center.
20: Each chorus sound will be spaced at
60 degree intervals relative to the center.
Level
0–127
Output Level
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the chorus sound (W)
Level
0–127
Output Level
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Effect/Parameter List
27: TREMOLO CHO (TREMOLO CHORUS)
Parameter
Value
Description
Filter Type
OFF, LPF, HPF
Type of filter.
OFF: No filter is used
LPF: Cuts the frequency range above the
Cutoff Freq.
HPF: Cuts the frequency range below the
Cutoff Freq
This is a chorus effect with added Tremolo (cyclic modulation of volume).
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Chorus Depth, Cho Rate, Treml Rate, Balance
Parameter
Value
Description
Cutoff Freq
200–8000 Hz
Basic frequency of the filter
Pre Delay
0.0–100.0 ms
Adjusts the delay time from the direct
sound until the chorus sound is heard.
Pre Delay
0.0–100.0 ms
Adjusts the delay time from the direct
sound until the chorus sound is heard.
Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Cho Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Modulation frequency of the chorus
effect (Hz)
Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Frequency of modulation (Hz)
note (*1)
Frequency of modulation (note)
note (*1)
Modulation frequency of the chorus
effect (note)
Rate ( )
Cho Rate ( )
Depth
0–127
Modulation depth of the chorus effect
Phase
0–180 deg
Spatial spread of the sound
Output Mode
SPEAKER, PHONES
Adjusts the method that will be used
to hear the sound that is output to the
OUTPUT jacks. The optimal 3D effect will
be achieved if you select SPEAKER when
using speakers, or PHONES when using
headphones.
Chorus Depth
0–127
Modulation depth of the chorus effect
Treml Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Trm Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Modulation frequency of the tremolo
effect (Hz)
Treml Rate
( )
note (*1)
Modulation frequency of the tremolo
effect (note)
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low range
Treml Separation
0–127
Spread of the tremolo effect
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high range
Treml Phase
0–180 deg
Spread of the tremolo effect
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the chorus sound (W)
Balance
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the tremolo chorus sound
(W)
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Level
0–127
Output Level
Level
0–127
Output Level
30: 3D FLANGER
28: SPACE-D
This applies a 3D effect to the flanger sound. The flanger sound will be positioned 90
degrees left and 90 degrees right.
This is a multiple chorus that applies two-phase modulation in stereo. It gives no
impression of modulation, but produces a transparent chorus effect.
Assignable Parameters
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Depth, Rate, Feedback, Balance
Parameter
Value
Description
Filter Type
OFF, LPF, HPF
Type of filter.
OFF: no filter is used
LPF: cuts the frequency range above the
Cutoff Freq.
HPF: cuts the frequency range below the
Cutoff Freq
Cutoff Freq
200–8000 Hz
Basic frequency of the filter
Pre Delay
0.0–100.0 ms
Adjusts the delay time from when the
direct sound begins until the flanger
sound is heard.
Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Frequency of modulation (Hz)
MFX Control
Depth, Rate, Balance
Parameter
Value
Description
Pre Delay
0.0–100.0 ms
Adjusts the delay time from the direct
sound until the chorus sound is heard.
Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Frequency of modulation (Hz)
Rate ( )
note (*1)
Frequency of modulation (note)
Depth
0–127
Depth of modulation
Phase
0–180 deg
Spatial spread of the sound
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high range
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the chorus sound (W)
Rate ( )
note (*1)
Frequency of modulation (note)
Balance
Depth
0–127
Depth of modulation
Output Level
Phase
0–180 deg
Spatial spread of the sound
Feedback
-98–+98 %
Adjusts the proportion of the flanger
sound that is fed back into the effect. .
Negative (-) settings will invert the phase.
Output Mode
SPEAKER, PHONES
Adjusts the method that will be used
to hear the sound that is output to the
OUTPUT jacks. The optimal 3D effect will
be achieved if you select SPEAKER when
using speakers, or PHONES when using
headphones.
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high range
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the flanger sound (W)
Level
0–127
Output Level
Level
0–127
29: 3D CHORUS
This applies a 3D effect to the chorus sound. The chorus sound will be positioned 90
degrees left and 90 degrees right.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Depth, Rate, Balance
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Effect/Parameter List
31: 3D S.FLANGR (3D STEP FLANGER)
This applies a 3D effect to the step flanger sound. The flanger sound will be positioned
90 degrees left and 90 degrees right.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
StepRate, Depth, Feedback, Balance
Parameter
Value
Description
OFF, LPF, HPF
Type of filter.
OFF: No filter is used
LPF: Cuts the frequency range above the
Cutoff Freq.
HPF: Cuts the frequency range below the
Cutoff Freq
Filter Type
Cutoff Freq
Pre Delay
200–8000 Hz
Basic frequency of the filter
0.0–100.0 ms
Adjusts the delay time from when the
direct sound begins until the flanger
sound is heard.
Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Frequency of modulation (Hz)
Rate ( )
note (*1)
Frequency of modulation (note)
Depth
0–127
Depth of modulation
Phase
0–180 deg
Spatial spread of the sound
-98–+98 %
Adjusts the proportion of the flanger
sound that is fed back into the effect..
Negative (-) settings will invert the phase.
Feedback
Step Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
StepRate (Hz)
0.10–20.00 Hz
Rate (period) of pitch change (Hz)
Step Rate ( )
note (*1)
Rate (period) of pitch change (note)
SPEAKER, PHONES
Adjusts the method that will be used
to hear the sound that is output to the
OUTPUT jacks. The optimal 3D effect will
be achieved if you select SPEAKER when
using speakers, or PHONES when using
headphones.
Output Mode
Parameter
Value
Description
Low Phase
0–180 deg
Spaciousness of the low-range chorus
sound
High Pre Delay
0.0–100.0 ms
Delay time from when the original sound
is heard to when the high-range chorus
sound is heard
High Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
HighRate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Rate at which the low-range chorus
sound is modulated (Hz)
High Rate ( )
note (*1)
Rate at which the low-range chorus
sound is modulated (note)
High Depth
0–127
Modulation depth for the high-range
chorus sound
High Phase
0–180 deg
Spaciousness of the high-range chorus
sound
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance of the original sound (D)
and chorus sound (W)
Level
0–127
Output Level
33: 2BND FLANGR (2 BAND FLANGER)
A flanger that lets you apply an effect independently to the low-frequency and
high-frequency ranges.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Balance, Low Rate, HighRate, Low Feedback, High Feedback
Parameter
Value
Description
Split Freq
200–8000 Hz
Frequency at which the low and high
ranges will be divided
Low Pre Delay
0.0–100.0 ms
Delay time from when the original sound
is heard to when the low-range flanger
sound is heard
Low Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Low Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Rate at which the low-range flanger
sound is modulated (Hz)
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high range
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the flanger sound (W)
Low Rate ( )
note (*1)
Rate at which the low-range flanger
sound is modulated (note)
Level
0–127
Output Level
Low Depth
0–127
Modulation depth for the low-range
flanger sound
Low Phase
0–180 deg
Spaciousness of the low-range flanger
sound
Low Feedback
-98–+98 %
Proportion of the low-range flanger
sound that is to be returned to the input
(negative values invert the phase)
High Pre Delay
0.0–100.0 ms
Delay time from when the original sound
is heard to when the high-range flanger
sound is heard
High Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
HighRate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Rate at which the high-range flanger
sound is modulated (Hz)
High Rate ( )
note (*1)
Rate at which the high-range flanger
sound is modulated (note)
High Depth
0–127
Modulation depth for the high-range
flanger sound
High Phase
0–180 deg
Spaciousness of the high-range flanger
sound
High Feedback
-98–+98 %
Proportion of the high-range flanger
sound that is to be returned to the input
(negative values invert the phase)
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance of the original sound (D)
and flanger sound (W)
Level
0–127
Output Level
32: 2BND CHORUS (2 BAND CHORUS)
A chorus effect that lets you apply an effect independently to the low-frequency and
high-frequency ranges.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Low Depth, High Depth, Low Rate, HighRate, Balance
Parameter
Value
Description
200–8000 Hz
Frequency at which the low and high
ranges will be divided
Split Freq
Low Pre Delay
0.0–100.0 ms
Delay time from when the original sound
is heard to when the low-range chorus
sound is heard
Low Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Low Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Rate at which the low-range chorus
sound is modulated (Hz)
Low Rate ( )
note (*1)
Rate at which the low-range chorus
sound is modulated (note)
0–127
Modulation depth for the low-range
chorus sound
Low Depth
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Effect/Parameter List
34: 2BND S.FLN (2 BAND STEP FLANGER)
A step flanger that lets you apply an effect independently to the low-frequency and
high-frequency ranges.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
LoStp Rt, HiStp Rt, Low Feedback, Hi Feedback, Balance
Parameter
Value
Description
Split Freq
200–8000 Hz
Frequency at which the low and high
ranges will be divided
Low Pre Delay
0.0–100.0 ms
Delay time from when the original sound
is heard to when the low-range flanger
sound is heard
Low Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
0.05–10.00 Hz
Rate at which the low-range flanger
sound is modulated (Hz)
Low Rate (Hz)
Low Rate ( )
note (*1)
Rate at which the low-range flanger
sound is modulated (note)
Low Depth
0–127
Modulation depth for the low-range
flanger sound
Low Phase
0–180 deg
Spaciousness of the low-range flanger
sound
Low Feedback
-98–+98 %
Proportion of the low-range flanger
sound that is to be returned to the input
(negative values invert the phase)
LoStp Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
LoStp Rt (Hz)
0.10–20.00 Hz
Rate at which the steps will cycle for the
low-range flanger sound (Hz)
note (*1)
Rate at which the steps will cycle for the
low-range flanger sound (note)
LoStp Rt ( )
0.0–100.0 ms
Delay time from when the original sound
is heard to when the high-range flanger
sound is heard
Hi Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Hi Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Rate at which the high-range flanger
sound is modulated (Hz)
Hi Pre Delay
Hi Rate ( )
note (*1)
Rate at which the high-range flanger
sound is modulated (note)
Hi Depth
0–127
Modulation depth for the high-range
flanger sound
Hi Phase
0–180 deg
Spaciousness of the high-range flanger
sound
-98–+98 %
Proportion of the high-range flanger
sound that is to be returned to the input
(negative values invert the phase)
Hi Feedback
HiStp Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
HiStp Rt (Hz)
0.10–20.00 Hz
Rate at which the steps will cycle for the
high-range flanger sound (Hz)
HiStp Rt ( )
note (*1)
Rate at which the steps will cycle for the
high-range flanger sound (note)
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance of the original sound (D)
and flanger sound (W)
Level
0–127
Output Level
35: OVERDRIVE
Creates a soft distortion similar to that produced by vacuum tube amplifiers.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Level, Amp Type, Drive, Pan
Parameter
Value
Description
Drive
0–127
Degree of distortion.
Also changes the volume.
Amp Type
SMALL, BUILT-IN,
2-STACK, 3-STACK
Type of guitar amp.
SMALL: small amp
BUILT-IN: single-unit type amp
2-STACK: large double stack amp
3-STACK: large triple stack amp
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high range
Pan
L64–63R
Stereo location of the output sound
Level
0–127
Output Level
36: DISTORTION
Produces a more intense distortion than Overdrive. The parameters are the same as for
“35: OVERDRIVE.”
37: VS OVRDRIVE (VS OVERDRIVE)
This is an overdrive that provides heavy distortion.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Level, Tone, Amp Type, Drive, Pan
Parameter
Value
Description
Drive
0–127
Degree of distortion.
Also changes the volume.
Tone
0–127
Sound quality of the Overdrive effect
Amp Sw
OFF, ON
Turns the Amp Simulator on/off.
Amp Type
SMALL, BUILT-IN,
2-STACK, 3-STACK
Type of guitar amp.
SMALL: small amp
BUILT-IN: single-unit type amp
2-STACK: large double stack amp
3-STACK: large triple stack amp
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high range
Pan
L64–63R
Stereo location of the output sound
Level
0–127
Output Level
38: VS DIST (VS DISTORTION)
This is a distortion effect that provides heavy distortion. The parameters are the same
as for “37: VS OVERDRIVE.”
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39: GTR AMP SIM (GUITAR AMP SIMULATOR)
This is an effect that simulates the sound of a guitar amplifier.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Value
Description
Pre Amp Sw
OFF, ON
Turns the amp switch on/off.
Pre Amp
JC-120, .
CLEAN TWIN,
MATCH DRIVE, .
BG LEAD,
MS1959I,
MS1959II,
MS1959I+II, .
SLDN LEAD,
METAL5150,
METAL LEAD, .
OD-1, .
OD-2 TURBO, .
DISTORTION,
FUZZ
Type of guitar amp
Pre Amp Volume
0–127
Volume and amount of distortion of
the amp
Pre Amp Master
0–127
Volume of the entire pre-amp
Pre Amp Gain
LOW, MIDDLE,
HIGH
Amount of pre-amp distortion
0–127
Tone of the bass/mid/treble frequency
range .
Middle cannot be set if “Match Drive” is
selected as the Pre Amp Type.
0–127
Tone for the ultra-high frequency range
OFF, ON
Turning this “On” produces a sharper and
brighter sound..
This parameter applies to the “JC- 120,”
“Clean Twin,” and “BG Lead” Pre Amp
Types.
Speaker Sw
OFF, ON
Determines whether the signal passes
through the speaker (ON), or not (OFF).
Speaker
(See the table
below.)
1, 2, 3
Pre Amp Bass
Pre Amp Treble
Pre Amp
Presence
Pre Amp Bright
Mic Setting
Cabinet
Speaker
Microphone
BUILT-IN 2
open back
enclosure
12 x 2
condenser
BUILT-IN 3
open back
enclosure
12 x 2
condenser
BUILT-IN 4
open back
enclosure
12 x 2
condenser
BUILT-IN 5
open back
enclosure
12 x 2
condenser
BG STACK 1
sealed enclosure
12 x 2
condenser
BG STACK 2
large sealed
enclosure
12 x 2
condenser
MS STACK 1
large sealed
enclosure
12 x 4
condenser
MS STACK 2
large sealed
enclosure
12 x 4
condenser
METAL STACK
large double stack
12 x 4
condenser
2-STACK
large double stack
12 x 4
condenser
3-STACK
large triple stack
12 x 4
condenser
Pre Amp Master, Pre Amp Volume, Pre Amp, Speaker
Parameter
Pre Amp Middle
Type
40: COMPRESSOR
Flattens out high levels and boosts low levels, smoothing out fluctuations in volume.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Threshold, Attack, Level
Parameter
Value
Description
Attack
0–127
Sets the speed at which compression
starts
Threshold
0–127
Adjusts the volume at which compression begins
Post Gain
0–+18 dB
Adjusts the output gain.
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low frequency range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high frequency range
Type of speaker
Level
0–127
Output Level
Adjusts the location of the microphone
that’s capturing the sound of the
speaker..
This can be adjusted in three steps, from
1 to 3, with the microphone becoming
more distant as the value increases.
41: LIMITER
Mic Level
0–127
Volume of the microphone
Direct Level
0–127
Volume of the direct sound
Compresses signals that exceed a specified volume level, preventing distortion from
occurring.
Assignable Parameters
Pan
L64–63R
Stereo location of the output
MFX Control
Level
0–127
Output Level
Parameter
Value
Description
Release
0–127
Adjusts the time after the signal volume
falls below the Threshold Level until
compression is no longer applied.
Threshold
0–127
Adjusts the volume at which compression begins
Specifications of each Speaker Type
The speaker column indicates the diameter of each speaker unit (in inches) and the
number of units.
Threshold, Release, Level
Type
Cabinet
Speaker
Microphone
Ratio
1.5:1, 2:1, 4:1,
100:1
Compression ratio
SMALL 1
small open-back
enclosure
10
dynamic
Post Gain
0–+18 dB
Adjusts the output gain.
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low frequency range
SMALL 2
small open-back
enclosure
Low Gain
10
dynamic
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high frequency range
MIDDLE
open back
enclosure
12 x 1
dynamic
Level
0–127
Output Level
JC-120
open back
enclosure
12 x 2
dynamic
BUILT-IN 1
open back
enclosure
12 x 2
dynamic
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42: GATE
44: LONG DELAY
Cuts the reverb’s delay according to the volume of the sound sent into the effect. Use
this when you want to create an artificial-sounding decrease in the reverb’s decay.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Threshold, Hold, Release, Attack, Balance
Parameter
Value
Description
Threshold
0–127
Volume level at which the gate begins
to close
GATE, DUCK
Type of gate.
GATE: The gate will close when the
volume of the original sound decreases,
cutting the original sound..
DUCK (Ducking): The gate will close
when the volume of the original sound
increases, cutting the original sound.
0–127
Adjusts the time it takes for the gate to
fully open after being triggered.
0–127
Adjusts the time it takes for the gate to
start closing after the source sound falls
beneath the Threshold.
Mode
Attack
Hold
Release
0–127
Adjusts the time it takes the gate to fully
close after the hold time.
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the effect sound (W)
Level
0–127
Output Level
43: DELAY
A delay that provides a long delay time.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Balance, Delay, Pan
Parameter
Value
Description
Delay Mode
ms, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Delay (ms)
1–2600 ms
Delay time from when the original sound
is heard to when the delay sound is
heard (ms).
Delay ( )
note (*1)
Delay time from when the original sound
is heard to when the delay sound is
heard (note).
Phase
NORMAL, INVERSE
Phase of the delay (NORMAL: noninverted, INVERT: inverted)
Feedback
-98–+98 %
Proportion of the delay sound that is to
be returned to the input (negative values
invert the phase)
HF Damp
200–8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Frequency at which the high-frequency
content of the delayed sound will be cut
(BYPASS: no cut)
Pan
L64–63R
Panning of the delay sound
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Amount of boost/cut for the highfrequency range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Amount of boost/cut for the highfrequency range
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance of the original sound (D)
and delay sound (W)
Level
0–127
Output Level
This is a stereo delay.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Balance, Delay L, Delay R
Parameter
Value
Description
Delay L Mode
ms, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Delay L (ms)
1–1300 ms
Adjusts the time until the delay sound is
heard (ms)
Delay L ( )
note (*1)
Adjusts the time until the delay sound is
heard (note)
Delay R Mode
ms, note
Delay R (ms)
1–1300 ms
Delay R ( )
note (*1)
Phase Left
Settings of the Delay R.
The parameters are the same as for the
Delay L.
NORMAL, INVERSE
Phase of the delay (NORMAL: noninverted, INVERT: inverted)
Feedback Mode
NORMAL, CROSS
Selects the way in which delay sound is
fed back into the effect.
Feedback
-98–+98 %
Adjusts the amount of the delay sound
that’s fed back into the effect..
Negative (-) settings invert the phase.
HF Damp
200–8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Adjusts the frequency above which
sound fed back to the effect is filtered
out. If you don’t want to filter out any
high frequencies, set this parameter to
BYPASS.
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low frequency range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high frequency range
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the delay sound (W)
Level
0–127
Output Level
Phase Right
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Effect/Parameter List
45: SERIAL DLY (SERIAL DELAY)
This delay connects two delay units in series. Feedback can be applied independently
to each delay unit, allowing you to produce complex delay sounds.
Parameter
Value
Description
HF Damp
200–8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Adjusts the frequency above which
sound fed back to the effect is filtered
out. If you don’t want to filter out any
high frequencies, set this parameter to
BYPASS.
Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Balance, Delay1, Delay2, Pan
Parameter
Value
Description
Delay1 Mode
ms, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Delay1 (ms)
1–1300 ms
Delay time from when sound is input to
delay 1 until the delay sound is heard
(ms)
Delay1 ( )
note (*1)
Delay time from when sound is input to
delay 1 until the delay sound is heard
(note)
Delay1 Feedback
-98–+98 %
Proportion of the delay sound that is
to be returned to the input of delay 1
(negative values invert the phase)
Dly1 HF Damp
200–8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Frequency at which the high-frequency
content of the delayed sound of delay 1
will be cut (BYPASS: no cut)
Delay2 Mode
ms, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
1–1300 ms
Delay time from when sound is input to
delay 2 until the delay sound is heard
(ms)
note (*1)
Delay time from when sound is input to
delay 2 until the delay sound is heard
(note)
Delay2 Feedback
-98–+98 %
Proportion of the delay sound that is
to be returned to the input of delay 2
(negative values invert the phase)
Dly2 HF Damp
200–8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Frequency at which the high-frequency
content of the delayed sound of delay 2
will be cut (BYPASS: no cut)
Pan
L64–63R
Panning of the delay sound
-15–+15 dB
Amount of boost/cut for the lowfrequency range
-15–+15 dB
Amount of boost/cut for the highfrequency range
Delay2 (ms)
Delay2 ( )
Low Gain
High Gain
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance of the original sound (D)
and delay sound (W)
Level
0–127
Output Level
Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Frequency of modulation (Hz)
Rate ( )
note (*1)
Frequency of modulation (note)
Depth
0–127
Depth of modulation
Phase
0–180 deg
Spatial spread of the sound
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low frequency range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high frequency range
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the delay sound (W)
Level
0–127
Output Level
47: 3TP PAN DLY (3 TAP PAN DELAY)
Produces three delay sounds; center, left and right.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Balance, Delay C, Delay L, Delay R
Parameter
Value
Description
Delay L Mode
ms, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Delay L (ms)
1–2600 ms
Adjusts the time until the delay sound is
heard (ms).
Delay L ( )
note (*1)
Adjusts the time until the delay sound is
heard (note).
Delay R Mode
ms, note
Delay R (ms)
1–2600 ms
Delay R ( )
note (*1)
Delay C Mode
ms, note
Delay C (ms)
1–2600 ms
Delay C ( )
note (*1)
Center Feedback
-98–+98 %
Adjusts the amount of the delay sound
that’s fed back into the effect..
Negative (-) settings invert the phase.
HF Damp
200–8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Adjusts the frequency above which
sound fed back to the effect is filtered
out. If you do not want to filter out any
high frequencies, set this parameter to
BYPASS.
46: MOD DELAY (MODULATION DELAY)
Adds modulation to the delayed sound.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Balance, Depth, Delay L, Delay R
Parameter
Value
Description
Delay L Mode
ms, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
1–1300 ms
Adjusts the time until the delay sound is
heard (ms).
Delay L ( )
note (*1)
Adjusts the time until the delay sound
is heard.
Delay R Mode
ms, note
Delay R (ms)
1–1300 ms
Delay R ( )
note (*1)
Feedback Mode
NORMAL, CROSS
Selects the way in which delay sound is
fed back into the effect.
Feedback
-98–+98 %
Adjusts the amount of the delay sound
that’s fed back into the effect..
Negative (-) settings invert the phase.
Delay L (ms)
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Settings of the Delay R.
The parameters are the same as for the
Delay L.
Settings of the Delay R.
The parameters are the same as for the
Delay L.
Left Level
Right Level
Settings of the Delay C.
The parameters are the same as for the
Delay L.
Volume of each delay
0–127
Center Level
Volume of each delay
Volume of each delay
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low frequency range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high frequency range
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the delay sound (W)
Level
0–127
Output Level
Effect/Parameter List
48: 4TP PAN DLY (4 TAP PAN DELAY)
This effect has four delays.
Stereo location of each delay
2
3
1
4
L
R
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Balance, Delay1, Delay2, Delay3, Delay4
Parameter
Value
Description
Delay1 Mode
ms, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Delay1 (ms)
1–2600 ms
Delay1 ( )
note (*1)
Delay2 Mode
ms, note
Delay2 (ms)
1–2600 ms
Delay2 ( )
note (*1)
Delay3 Mode
ms, note
Delay3 (ms)
1–2600 ms
Delay3 ( )
note (*1)
Delay4 Mode
ms, note
Delay4 (ms)
1–2600 ms
Delay4 ( )
note (*1)
ms, note
Delay2 (ms)
1–2600 ms
is heard (ms).
Settings of the Delay 2.
The parameters are the same as for the
Delay 1.
Settings of the Delay 3.
The parameters are the same as for the
Delay 1.
200–8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Adjusts the frequency above which
sound fed back to the effect is filtered
out. If you do not want to filter out any
high frequencies, set this parameter to
BYPASS.
0–127
Volume of each delay
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low frequency range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high frequency range
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the delay sound (W)
Level
0–127
Output Level
Settings of the Delay 2.
The parameters are the same as for the
Delay 1.
Delay2 ( )
note (*1)
ms, note
Delay3 (ms)
1–2600 ms
Delay3 ( )
note (*1)
Delay4 Mode
ms, note
Delay4 (ms)
1–2600 ms
Delay4 ( )
note (*1)
Delay1 Feedback
-98–+98 %
Adjusts the amount of the delay sound
that’s fed back into the effect..
Negative (-) settings invert the phase.
200–8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Adjusts the frequency above which
sound fed back to the effect is filtered
out. If you don’t want to filter out any
the high frequencies, set this parameter
to BYPASS.
HF Damp
Delay1 Pan
Delay2 Pan
Delay3 Pan
Settings of the Delay 3.
The parameters are the same as for the
Delay 1.
Settings of the Delay 4.
The parameters are the same as for the
Delay 1.
Stereo location of Delays 1
L64–63R
Stereo location of Delays 2
Stereo location of Delays 3
Delay4 Pan
Stereo location of Delays 4
Delay1 Level
Output level of Delays 1
Delay2 Level
Delay3 Level
Settings of the Delay 4.
The parameters are the same as for the
Delay 1.
Description
Delay3 Mode
Adjusts the time until the delay sound is
heard (note).
-98–+98 %
HF Damp
Value
Delay2 Mode
Adjusts the time until the delay sound
Adjusts the amount of the delay sound
that’s fed back into the effect..
Negative (-) settings invert the phase.
Delay1 Feedback
Parameter
0–127
Delay4 Level
Output level of Delays 2
Output level of Delays 3
Output level of Delays 4
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low frequency range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high frequency range
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the effect sound (W)
Level
0–127
Output Level
Delay1 Level
Delay2 Level
Delay3 Level
Delay4 Level
49: MULTTAP DLY (MULTI TAP DELAY)
This effect provides four delays. Each of the Delay Time parameters can be set to a note
length based on the selected tempo. You can also set the panning and level of each
delay sound.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Balance, Delay1, Delay2, Delay3, Delay4
Parameter
Value
Description
Delay1 Mode
ms, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Delay1 (ms)
1–2600 ms
Adjusts the time until the delay sound is
heard (ms).
Delay1 ( )
note (*1)
Adjusts the time until the delay sound is
heard (note).
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50: REVERSE DLY (REVERSE DELAY)
This is a reverse delay that adds a reversed and delayed sound to the input sound. A
tap delay is connected immediately after the reverse delay.
51: SHUFFLE DLY (SHUFFLE DELAY)
Adds a shuffle to the delay sound, giving the sound a bouncy delay effect with a swing
feel.
Assignable Parameters
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Balance, Rev Dly, Rev Dly Pan
MFX Control
Balance, Delay, Shuffle Rate
Parameter
Value
Description
Parameter
Value
Description
Threshold
0–127
Volume at which the reverse delay will
begin to be applied
Delay Mode
ms, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Rev Dly Mode
ms, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Delay (ms)
1–2600 ms
Adjusts the time until the delay sound is
heard (ms).
Rev Dly (ms)
1–1300 ms
Delay time from when sound is input
into the reverse delay until the delay
sound is heard (ms)
Delay ( )
note (*1)
Adjusts the time until the delay sound is
heard (note).
Rev Dly ( )
note (*1)
Delay time from when sound is input
into the reverse delay until the delay
sound is heard (note)
Shuffle Rate
0–100 %
Rev Dly Fbk
-98–+98 %
Proportion of the delay sound that is to
be returned to the input of the reverse
delay (negative values invert the phase)
Adjusts the ratio (as a percentage) of the
time that elapses before Delay B sounds
relative to the time that elapses before
the Delay A sounds..
When set to 100%, the delay times are
the same.
Acceleration
0–15
Rev Dly HFDmp
200–8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Frequency at which the high-frequency
content of the reverse-delayed sound
will be cut (BYPASS: no cut)
Adjusts the time over which the Delay
Time changes from the current setting to
its specified new setting.
Rev Dly Pan
L64–63R
Panning of the reverse delay sound
Feedback
-98–+98 %
Rev Dly Level
Adjusts the amount of the delay that’s
fed back into the effect. .
Negative (-) settings invert the phase.
0–127
Volume of the reverse delay sound
Delay1 Mode
ms, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
HF Damp
200–8000 Hz,
BYPASS
1–1300 ms
Delay time from when sound is input
into the tap delay until the delay sound
is heard (ms)
Adjusts the frequency above which
sound fed back to the effect is filtered
out. If you don’t want to filter out any
high frequencies, set this parameter to
BYPASS.
Pan A
Pan B
L64–63R
Stereo location of Delay A/B
Delay1 ( )
note (*1)
Delay time from when sound is input
into the tap delay until the delay sound
is heard (note)
0–127
Volume of delay A/B
Delay2 Mode
ms, note
Delay2 (ms)
1–1300 ms
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low frequency range
Delay2 ( )
note (*1)
Settings of the Delay 2.
The parameters are the same as for the
Delay 1.
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high frequency range
Delay3 Mode
ms, note
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the effect sound (W)
Delay3 (ms)
1–1300 ms
Level
0–127
Output Level
Delay3 ( )
note (*1)
Delay3 Feedback
-98–+98 %
Proportion of the delay sound that is to
be returned to the input of the tap delay
(negative values invert the phase)
200–8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Frequency at which the low-frequency
content of the tap delay sound will be
cut (BYPASS: no cut)
L64–63R
Panning of the tap delay sounds
0–127
Low Gain
Delay1 (ms)
Delay HF Damp
Delay1 Pan
Settings of the Delay 3.
The parameters are the same as for the
Delay 1.
Level A
Level B
52: 3D DELAY
This applies a 3D effect to the delay sound. The delay sound will be positioned 90
degrees left and 90 degrees right.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Balance, Delay C, Delay L, Delay R
Volume of the tap delay sounds
Parameter
Value
Description
-15–+15 dB
Amount of boost/cut for the lowfrequency range
Delay L Mode
ms, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Amount of boost/cut for the highfrequency range
Delay L (ms)
1–2600 ms
Adjusts the delay time from the direct
sound until the delay sound is heard
(ms).
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance of the original sound (D)
and delay sound (W)
Delay L ( )
note (*1)
Level
0–127
Output Level
Adjusts the delay time from the direct
sound until the delay sound is heard
(note).
Delay R Mode
ms, note
Delay R (ms)
1–2600 ms
Delay R ( )
note (*1)
Delay C Mode
ms, note
Delay C (ms)
1–2600 ms
Delay C ( )
note (*1)
Delay2 Pan
Delay1 Level
Delay2 Level
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Settings of the Delay R .
The parameters are the same as for the
Delay 1.
Settings of the Delay C .
The parameters are the same as for the
Delay 1.
Effect/Parameter List
Parameter
Center Feedback
HF Damp
Value
Description
-98–+98 %
Adjusts the proportion of the delay
sound that is fed back into the effect..
Negative (-) settings will invert the phase.
200–8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Adjusts the frequency above which
sound fed back to the effect will be cut. If
you do not want to cut the high frequencies, set this parameter to BYPASS.
Left Level
Right Level
0–127
Parameter
Value
Description
Delay (ms)
1–2600 ms
Adjusts the time until the delay is heard
(ms).
Delay ( )
note (*1)
Adjusts the time until the delay is heard
(note).
Acceleration
0–15
Adjusts the time over which the Delay
Time changes from the current setting to
a specified new setting..
The rate of change for the Delay Time
directly affects the rate of pitch change.
Feedback
-98–+98 %
Adjusts the amount of the delay that’s
fed back into the effect. .
Negative (-) settings invert the phase.
HF Damp
200–8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Adjusts the frequency above which
sound fed back to the effect is filtered
out. If you do not want to filter out any
high frequencies, set this parameter to
BYPASS.
Pan
L64–63R
Stereo location of the delay
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low frequency range
Output level of the delay sound
Center Level
Output Mode
SPEAKER, PHONES
Adjusts the method that will be used
to hear the sound that is output to the
OUTPUT jacks. The optimal 3D effect will
be achieved if you select SPEAKER when
using speakers, or PHONES when using
headphones.
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high range
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the effect sound (W)
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high frequency range
0–127
Output Level
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the delay sound (W)
Level
0–127
Output Level
Level
53: T-CTRL DLY (TIME CTRL DELAY)
A stereo delay in which the delay time can be varied smoothly.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Balance, Delay
Parameter
Value
Description
Delay Mode
ms, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Delay (ms)
1–1300 ms
Adjusts the time until the delay is heard
(ms).
Delay ( )
note (*1)
Adjusts the time until the delay is heard
(note).
Acceleration
0–15
Adjusts the time over which the Delay
Time changes from the current setting to
a specified new setting..
The rate of change for the Delay Time
directly affects the rate of pitch change.
Feedback
-98–+98 %
Adjusts the amount of the delay that’s
fed back into the effect. .
Negative (-) settings invert the phase.
HF Damp
200–8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Adjusts the frequency above which
sound fed back to the effect is filtered
out. If you do not want to filter out any
high frequencies, set this parameter to
BYPASS.
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low frequency range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high frequency range
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the delay sound (W)
Level
0–127
Output Level
54: LONG TC DLY (LONG TIME CTRL DELAY)
A delay in which the delay time can be varied smoothly, and allowing an extended
delay to be produced.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Balance, Delay
Parameter
Value
Description
Delay Mode
ms, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
55: TAPE ECHO
A virtual tape echo that produces a realistic tape delay sound. This simulates the tape
echo section of a Roland RE-201 Space Echo.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Echo Level, Repeat Rate, Mode
Parameter
Value
Description
Mode
S, M, L, S+M, S+L,
M+L, S+M+L
Combination of playback heads to use
Select from three different heads with
different delay times..
S: short
M: middle
L: long
Repeat Rate
0–127
Tape speed.
Increasing this value will shorten the
spacing of the delayed sounds.
Intensity
0–127
Amount of delay repeats
Bass
-15–+15 dB
Boost/cut for the lower range of the echo
sound
Treble
-15–+15 dB
Boost/cut for the upper range of the
echo sound
L64–63R
Independent panning for the short,
middle, and long playback heads
Tape Distortion
0–5
Amount of tape-dependent distortion
to be added.
This simulates the slight tonal changes
that can be detected by signal-analysis
equipment. Increasing this value will
increase the distortion.
W/F Rate
0–127
Speed of wow/flutter (complex variation
in pitch caused by tape wear and
rotational irregularity)
W/F Depth
0–127
Depth of wow/flutter
Echo Level
0–127
Volume of the echo sound
Direct Level
0–127
Volume of the original sound
Level
0–127
Output Level
Head S Pan
Head M Pan
Head L Pan
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Effect/Parameter List
56: LOFI NOISE
In addition to a lo-fi effect, this adds various types of noise such as white noise and disc
noise.
Parameter
Value
Description
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the effect sound (W)
Level
0–127
Output Level
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Balance, Hum Noise Level, Disc Noise Level, Noise Level, LoFi
Type
Parameter
Value
Description
LoFi Type
1–9
Degrades the sound quality. The sound
quality grows poorer as this value is
increased.
Post Fltr Type
Post F-Cutoff
OFF, LPF, HPF
Type of filter.
OFF: no filter is used
LPF: cuts the frequency range above
the Cutoff.
HPF: cuts the frequency range below
the Cutoff
200–8000 Hz
Center frequency of the filter
Noise Type
WHITE, PINK
Switch between white noise and pink
noise.
Noise LPF
200–8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Center frequency of the low pass filter
applied to the white/pink noise .
(BYPASS: no cut)
Noise Level
0–127
Volume of the white/pink noise
LP, EP, SP, RND
Type of record noise.
The frequency at which the noise is
heard depends on the selected type.
200–8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Adjusts the cutoff frequency of the low
pass filter applied to the record noise..
If you don’t want to filter out any high
frequencies, set this parameter to
BYPASS.
Disc Noise Type
DiscNoise LPF
58: LOFI RADIO
In addition to a Lo-Fi effect, this effect also generates radio noise.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Balance, Radio Detune, Radio Noise Lev, LoFi Type
Parameter
Value
Description
LoFi Type
1–9
Degrades the sound quality. The sound
quality grows poorer as this value is
increased.
Post Fltr Type
OFF, LPF, HPF
Type of filter.
OFF: no filter is used
LPF: cuts the frequency range above
the Cutoff.
HPF: cuts the frequency range below
the Cutoff
Post F-Cutoff
200–8000 Hz
Basic frequency of the Post Filter
Radio Detune
0–127
Simulates the tuning noise of a radio..
As this value is raised, the tuning drifts
further.
Radio Noise Lev
0–127
Volume of the radio noise
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high range
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the effect sound (W)
Level
0–127
Output Level
Disc Noise Level
0–127
Volume of the record noise
Hum Noise Type
50Hz, 60Hz
Frequency of the hum noise
Hum Noise LPF
200–8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Center frequency of the low pass filter
applied to the hum noise .
(BYPASS: no cut)
Hum Noise Level
0–127
Volume of the hum noise
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high range
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the effect sound (W)
MFX Control
Balance, Voice Quality
Level
0–127
Output Level
Parameter
Value
Description
Voice Quality
0–15
Audio quality of the telephone voice
Treble
-15–+15 dB
Bandwidth of the telephone voice
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the effect sound (W)
Level
0–127
Output Level
57: LOFI COMPRS (LOFI COMPRESS)
This is an effect that intentionally degrades the sound quality for creative purposes.
59: TELEPHONE
This effect produces a muffled sound, like that heard through a telephone.
Assignable Parameters
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Balance, LoFi Type
Parameter
Value
Description
Pre Filter Type
1–6
Selects the type of filter applied to the
sound before it passes through the LoFi
effect.
LoFi Type
1–9
Degrades the sound quality. The sound
quality grows poorer as this value is
increased.
Post Fltr Type
OFF, LPF, HPF
Type of filter.
OFF: no filter is used
LPF: cuts the frequency range above
the Cutoff.
HPF: cuts the frequency range below
the Cutoff
Post F-Cutoff
200–8000 Hz
Basic frequency of the Post Filter
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high range
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60: PHONOGRAPH
Simulates a sound recorded on an analog record and played back on a record player. This effect also simulates the various types of noise that are typical of a record, and
even the rotational irregularities of an old turntable.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Total Noise Lev, Total W/F, Frequency Range, Balance
Parameter
Value
Description
Signal Dist
0–127
Depth of distortion
0–127
Frequency response of the playback
system.
Decreasing this value will produce the
impression of an old system with a poor
frequency response.
Frequency Range
Effect/Parameter List
Parameter
Value
Description
Disc Type
LP, EP, SP
Rotational speed of the turntable.
This will affect the frequency of the
scratch noise.
ScratchNoise Lev
0–127
Amount of noise due to scratches on
the record
Dust Noise Lev
0–127
Volume of noise due to dust on the
record
Hiss Noise Lev
0–127
Volume of continuous “hiss”
Total Noise Lev
0–127
Volume of overall noise
Wow
0–127
Depth of long-cycle rotational
irregularity
Flutter
0–127
Depth of short-cycle rotational
irregularity
Random
0–127
Depth of indefinite-cycle rotational
irregularity
Total W/F
0–127
Depth of overall rotational irregularity
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the effect sound (W)
Level
0–127
Output Level
61: PCH SHIFTER (PITCH SHIFTER)
A stereo pitch shifter.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Balance, Fine, Coarse, Delay
Parameter
Value
Description
Coarse
-24–+12 semi
Adjusts the pitch of the pitch shifted
sound in semitone steps.
Fine
-100–+100 cent
Adjusts the pitch of the pitch shifted
sound in 2-cent steps.
Delay Mode
ms, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
1–1300 ms
Adjusts the delay time from the direct
sound until the pitch shifted sound is
heard (ms).
Delay (ms)
note (*1)
Adjusts the delay time from the direct
sound until the pitch shifted sound is
heard (note).
Feedback
-98–+98 %
Adjusts the proportion of the pitch
shifted sound that is fed back into the
effect. Negative (-) settings will invert
the phase.
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high range
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the pitch shifted sound
(W)
0–127
Output Level
Delay ( )
Level
62: 2V P.SHIFTR (2 VOICE PITCH SHIFTER)
Shifts the pitch of the original sound. This 2-voice pitch shifter has two pitch shifters,
and can add two pitch shifted sounds to the original sound.
Parameter
Value
Description
Pch1 Delay Mode
ms, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Pch1 Dly (ms)
1–1300 ms
Adjusts the delay time from the direct
sound until the Pitch Shift 1 sound is
heard (ms).
Pch1 Delay ( )
note (*1)
Adjusts the delay time from the direct
sound until the Pitch Shift 1 sound is
heard (note).
Pch1 Feedback
-98–+98 %
Adjusts the proportion of the pitch
shifted sound that is fed back into the
effect. .
Negative (-) settings will invert the phase.
Pch1 Pan
L64–63R
Stereo location of the Pitch Shift 1 sound
Pch1 Level
0–127
Volume of the Pitch Shift1 sound
Pch2 Coarse
-24–+12 semi
Pch2 Fine
-100–+100 cent
Pch2 Delay Mode
ms, note
Pch2 Dly (ms)
1–1300 ms
Pch2 Delay
( )
note (*1)
Pch2 Feedback
-98–+98 %
Pch2 Pan
L64–63R
Pch2 Level
0–127
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high range
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the pitch shifted sound
(W)
Level
0–127
Output Level
Settings of the Pitch Shift 2 sound..
The parameters are the same as for the
Pitch Shift 1 sound.
63: S.P.SHIFTER (STEP PITCH SHIFTER)
A pitch shifter in which the amount of pitch shift is varied by a 16-step sequence.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Rate, Attack, Gate Time, Balance
Parameter
Value
Description
Step 01–16
-24–+12 semi
Amount of pitch shift at each step
(semitone units)
Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Rate at which the 16-step sequence will
cycle (Hz)
Rate ( )
note (*1)
Rate at which the 16-step sequence will
cycle (note)
Attack
0–127
Speed at which the amount of pitch shift
changes between steps
Gate Time
0–127
Duration of the pitch shifted sound at
each step
Fine
-100–+100 cent
Pitch shift adjustment for all steps
(2-cent units)
Delay Mode
ms, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Delay (ms)
1–1300 ms
Delay time from the original sound until
the pitch-shifted sound is heard (ms)
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Balance, Pch1 Coarse, Pch2 Coarse, Pch1 Dly, Pch2 Dly
Delay ( )
note (*1)
Delay time from the original sound until
the pitch-shifted sound is heard (note)
Parameter
Value
Description
Feedback
-98–+98 %
Pch1 Coarse
-24–+12 semi
Adjusts the pitch of Pitch Shift 1 in
semitone steps.
Proportion of the pitch-shifted sound
that is to be returned to the input
(negative values invert the phase)
-15–+15 dB
-100–+100 cent
Adjusts the pitch of Pitch Shift Pitch 1 in
2-cent steps.
Low Gain
Pch1 Fine
Amount of boost/cut for the lowfrequency range
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Effect/Parameter List
Parameter
Value
Description
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Amount of boost/cut for the highfrequency range
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance of the original sound (D)
and pitch-shifted sound (W)
0–127
Output Level
Level
64: REVERB
Adds reverberation to the sound, simulating an acoustic space.
66: OVDRV
CHO (OVERDRIVE
This effect connects an overdrive and a chorus in series.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Chorus Bal, Cho Rate, Chorus Depth, Overdrive Drive
Parameter
Value
Description
Overdrive Drive
0–127
Degree of distortion.
Also changes the volume.
Overdrive Pan
L64–63R
Stereo location of the overdrive sound
Chorus PreDly
0.0–100.0 ms
Adjusts the delay time from the direct
sound until the chorus sound is heard.
Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Time, Type, Balance
Parameter
Value
Type
ROOM1, ROOM2,
STAGE1, STAGE2,
HALL1, HALL2
Description
Type of reverb.
ROOM1: dense reverb with short decay
ROOM2: sparse reverb with short decay
STAGE1: reverb with greater late
reverberation.
STAGE2: reverb with strong early
reflections.
HALL1: reverb with clear reverberance
HALL2: reverb with rich reverberance
Pre Delay
0.0–100.0 ms
Adjusts the delay time from the direct
sound until the reverb sound is heard.
Time
0–127
Time length of reverberation
200–8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Adjusts the frequency above which the
reverberant sound will be cut..
As the frequency is set lower, more of the
high frequencies will be cut, resulting in
a softer and more muted reverberance. If
you do not want to cut the high frequencies, set this parameter to BYPASS.
HF Damp
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high range
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the reverb sound (W)
Level
0–127
Output Level
65: GATED REV (GATED REVERB)
This is a special type of reverb in which the reverberant sound is cut off before its
natural length.
CHORUS)
Cho Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Frequency of modulation (Hz)
Cho Rate ( )
note (*1)
Frequency of modulation (note)
Chorus Depth
0–127
Depth of modulation
Chorus Bal
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Adjusts the volume balance between the
sound that is sent through the chorus
(W) and the sound that is not sent
through the chorus (D).
Level
0–127
Output Level
67: OVDRV FLNGR
(OVERDRIVE FLANGER)
This effect connects an overdrive and a flanger in series.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Flngr Bal, Fln Rate, Flngr Depth, Flngr Feedback, Overdrive
Drive
Parameter
Value
Description
Overdrive Drive
0–127
Degree of distortion.
Also changes the volume.
Overdrive Pan
L64–63R
Stereo location of the overdrive sound
Flngr PreDly
0.0–100.0 ms
Adjusts the delay time from when the
direct sound begins until the flanger
sound is heard.
Flngr Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Fln Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Frequency of modulation (Hz)
Assignable Parameters
Fln Rate ( )
note (*1)
Frequency of modulation (note)
MFX Control
Balance
Flngr Depth
0–127
Depth of modulation
Parameter
Value
Description
Flngr Feedback
-98–+98 %
NORMAL,
REVERSE, SWEEP1,
SWEEP2
Type of reverb.
NORMAL: conventional gated reverb
REVERSE: backwards reverb
SWEEP1: the reverberant sound moves
from right to left.
SWEEP2: the reverberant sound moves
from left to right
Adjusts the proportion of the flanger
sound that is fed back into the effect..
Negative (-) settings will invert the phase.
Flngr Bal
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Adjusts the volume balance between the
sound that is sent through the flanger
(W) and the sound that is not sent
through the flanger (D).
Level
0–127
Output Level
Type
Pre Delay
0.0–100.0 ms
Adjusts the delay time from the direct
sound until the reverb sound is heard.
Gate Time
5–500 ms
Adjusts the time from when the reverb is
heard until it disappears.
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the low range
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Gain of the high range
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the reverb sound (W)
Level
0–127
Output Level
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Effect/Parameter List
68: OVDRV
DELAY (OVERDRIVE
DELAY)
This effect connects an overdrive and a delay in series.
Assignable Parameters
Parameter
Value
Description
Enhancer Sens
0–127
Sensitivity of the enhancer
Enhancer Mix
0–127
Level of the overtones generated by the
enhancer
Chorus PreDly
0.0–100.0 ms
Adjusts the delay time from the direct
sound until the chorus sound is heard.
Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
MFX Control
Delay Bal, Overdrive Drive
Parameter
Value
Description
Overdrive Drive
0–127
Degree of distortion.
Also changes the volume.
Cho Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Frequency of modulation (Hz)
Overdrive Pan
L64–63R
Stereo location of the overdrive sound
Cho Rate ( )
note (*1)
Frequency of modulation (note)
Delay Mode
ms, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Chorus Depth
0–127
Depth of modulation
Delay (ms)
1–2600 ms
Adjusts the delay time from the direct
sound until the delay sound is heard
(ms).
Chorus Bal
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Adjusts the volume balance between the
sound that is sent through the chorus
(W) and the sound that is not sent
through the chorus (D).
Delay ( )
note (*1)
Adjusts the delay time from the direct
sound until the delay sound is heard
(note).
Level
0–127
Output Level
Delay Feedback
-98–+98 %
Adjusts the proportion of the delay
sound that is fed back into the effect..
Negative (-) settings will invert the phase.
Delay HF Damp
200–8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Adjusts the frequency above which
sound fed back to the effect will be cut. If
you do not want to cut the high frequencies, set this parameter to BYPASS.
Delay Bal
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Adjusts the volume balance between the
sound that is sent through the delay (W)
and the sound that is not sent through
the delay (D).
Level
0–127
Output Level
69: DIST CHORUS
(DISTORTION CHORUS)
The parameters are essentially the same as in “66: OVERDRIVE
exception of the following two.
Distortion Drive
Overdrive Drive
Overdrive Pan
CHORUS,” with the
Distortion Pan
70: DIST FLANGR
(DISTORTION FLANGER)
The parameters are essentially the same as in “67: OVERDRIVE
exception of the following two.
Overdrive Pan
DELAY (DISTORTION
The parameters are essentially the same as in “68: OVERDRIVE
exception of the following two.
Overdrive Drive
72: ENH
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Flngr Bal, Fln Rate, Flngr Depth, Flngr Feedback, Enhancer Sens
Parameter
Value
Description
Enhancer Sens
0–127
Sensitivity of the enhancer
Enhancer Mix
0–127
Level of the overtones generated by the
enhancer
Flngr PreDly
0.0–100.0 ms
Adjusts the delay time from when the
direct sound begins until the flanger
sound is heard.
Flngr Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Fln Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Frequency of modulation (Hz)
Fln Rate ( )
note (*1)
Frequency of modulation (note)
Flngr Depth
0–127
Depth of modulation
Flngr Feedback
-98–+98 %
Adjusts the proportion of the flanger
sound that is fed back into the effect..
Negative (-) settings will invert the phase.
Flngr Bal
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Adjusts the volume balance between the
sound that is sent through the flanger
(W) and the sound that is not sent
through the flanger (D).
Level
0–127
Output Level
Distortion Pan
71: DIST
Overdrive Pan
This effect connects an enhancer and a flanger in series.
FLANGER,” with the
Distortion Drive
Overdrive Drive
73: ENH FLANGER
(ENHANCER FLANGER)
DELAY)
DELAY,” with the
Distortion Drive,
Distortion Pan
CHORUS (ENHANCER
CHORUS)
This effect connects an enhancer and a chorus in series.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Chorus Bal, Chorus Depth, Cho Rate, Enhancer Sens
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Effect/Parameter List
74: ENH
DELAY (ENHANCER
DELAY)
This effect connects an enhancer and a delay in series.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Delay Bal, Enhancer Sens
Parameter
Value
Description
Enhancer Sens
0–127
Sensitivity of the enhancer
Value
Description
Level
0–127
Output Level
76: FLN
DELAY (FLANGER
DELAY)
This effect connects a flanger and a delay in series.
Enhancer Mix
0–127
Level of the overtones generated by the
enhancer
Delay Mode
ms, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is synchronized with the tempo.
1–2600 ms
Adjusts the delay time from the direct
sound until the delay sound is heard
(ms).
Delay (ms)
Parameter
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Delay Bal, Flngr Bal, Fln Rate, Flngr Feedback
Parameter
Value
Description
Flngr PreDly
0.0–100.0 ms
Adjusts the delay time from when the
direct sound begins until the flanger
sound is heard.
Flngr Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Adjusts the delay time from the direct
sound until the delay sound is heard
(note).
Fln Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Frequency of modulation (Hz)
note (*1)
Frequency of modulation (note)
-98–+98 %
Adjusts the proportion of the delay
sound that is fed back into the effect..
Negative (-) settings will invert the phase.
Fln Rate ( )
Flngr Depth
0–127
Depth of modulation
Flngr Feedback
-98–+98 %
200–8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Adjusts the frequency above which
sound fed back to the effect will be cut. If
you do not want to cut the high frequencies, set this parameter to BYPASS.
Adjusts the proportion of the flanger
sound that is fed back into the effect..
Negative (-) settings will invert the phase.
Flngr Bal
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the flanger sound (W)
Delay Bal
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Adjusts the volume balance between the
sound that is sent through the delay (W)
and the sound that is not sent through
the delay (D).
Delay Mode
ms, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Delay (ms)
1–2600 ms
Level
0–127
Output Level
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo (ms).
Delay ( )
note (*1)
Adjusts the delay time from the direct
sound until the delay sound is heard
(note).
Delay Feedback
-98–+98 %
Adjusts the proportion of the delay
sound that is fed back into the effect..
Negative (-) settings will invert the phase.
Delay HF Damp
200–8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Adjusts the frequency above which
sound fed back to the effect will be cut. If
you do not want to cut the high frequencies, set this parameter to BYPASS.
Delay Bal
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Adjusts the volume balance between the
sound that is sent through the delay (W)
and the sound that is not sent through
the delay (D).
Level
0–127
Output Level
77: CHO
FLANGER (CHORUS
Delay ( )
Delay Feedback
Delay HF Damp
75: CHO
note (*1)
DELAY (CHORUS
DELAY)
This effect connects a chorus and a delay in series.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Delay Bal, Chorus Bal, Chorus Depth, Cho Rate
Parameter
Value
Description
Chorus PreDly
0.0–100.0 ms
Adjusts the delay time from the direct
sound until the chorus sound is heard.
Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Cho Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Frequency of modulation (Hz)
Cho Rate ( )
note (*1)
Frequency of modulation (note)
Chorus Depth
0–127
Depth of modulation
Chorus Bal
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the chorus sound (W)
Delay Mode
ms, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Delay (ms)
1–2600 ms
Adjusts the delay time from the direct
sound until the delay sound is heard
(ms).
Delay ( )
note (*1)
Adjusts the delay time from the direct
sound until the delay sound is heard
(note).
Delay Feedback
-98–+98 %
Adjusts the proportion of the delay
sound that is fed back into the effect. .
Negative (-) settings will invert the phase.
Delay HF Damp
200–8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Adjusts the frequency above which
sound fed back to the effect will be cut. If
you do not want to cut the high frequencies, set this parameter to BYPASS.
Delay Bal
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D100:0W–
D0:100W
Adjusts the volume balance between the
sound that is sent through the delay (W)
and the sound that is not sent through
the delay (D).
FLANGER)
This effect connects a chorus and a flanger in series.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Chorus Bal, Flngr Bal, Chorus Depth, Cho Rate, Fln Rate, Flngr
Feedback
Parameter
Value
Description
Chorus PreDly
0.0–100.0 ms
Adjusts the delay time from the direct
sound until the chorus sound is heard.
Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Cho Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Modulation frequency of the chorus
effect (Hz)
Cho Rate ( )
note (*1)
Modulation frequency of the chorus
effect (note)
Chorus Depth
0–127
Modulation depth of the chorus effect
Chorus Bal
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the direct
sound (D) and the chorus sound (W)
Flngr PreDly
0.0–100.0 ms
Adjusts the delay time from when the
direct sound begins until the flanger
sound is heard.
Effect/Parameter List
Parameter
Value
Description
Flngr Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Fln Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Modulation frequency of the flanger
effect (Hz)
Fln Rate ( )
note (*1)
Modulation frequency of the flanger
effect (note)
Flngr Depth
0–127
Modulation depth of the flanger effect
Flngr Feedback
Flngr Bal
Level
-98–+98 %
Adjusts the proportion of the flanger
sound that is fed back into the effect..
Negative (-) settings will invert the phase.
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Adjusts the volume balance between the
sound that is sent through the flanger
(W) and the sound that is not sent
through the flanger (D).
0–127
Output Level
78: VR CHORUS
80: VR AUTO WAH
This wah is a descendant of the Roland VR Series effects. This is a special wah effect (an
effect in which the tone is changed cyclically) produced by shifting the filter in a cyclic
fashion.
You can switch the Control Type parameter to select from Auto Wah, Touch Wah, or
Pedal Wah.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Rate, Depth, Peak, Manual
Parameter
Value
Description
MOD, TOUCH,
PEDAL
Effect Control Types.
MOD: The tone changes at the set rate.
TOUCH: The tone changes in response to
changes in the volume..
PEDAL: The tone changes according to
the function of the Manual parameter. Can be used as a pedal wah.
Filter Type
LPF, BPF
Filter Type.
LPF: Produces a wah effect over a wide
frequency range..
BPF: Produces a wah effect over a narrow
frequency range.
Manual
0–127
When Control Type is set to “PEDAL,”
you can use this parameter to change
the tone.
Control Type
This chorus is a descendant of the Roland VR Series effects.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Depth, Rate, Balance
Parameter
Value
Description
Peak
0–100
Pre Delay
0.0–100 ms
Amount of time that it is to take for the
chorus sound to be produced after the
original sound has sounded.
Wah effect bandwidth.
The bandwidth narrows as the value is
increased.
Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Wah effect rate
Rate ( )
note (*1)
Wah effect rate (note).
When Control Type is set to “TOUCH,”
this adjusts the sensitivity to the volume
used in changing the tone.
Depth
0–127
Depth of the wah effect’s sweep
Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Modulation rate (Hz)
Rate ( )
note (*1)
Modulation rate (note)
Depth
0–127
Modulation Depth
Phase
0–180 deg
Amount of breadth in the chorus sound
Balance
D100:0W–
D0:100W
Volume balance between the original,
dry sound (D) and the chorus sound (W)
Phase
0–180 deg
Ratio of the wah effect sound in the left
and right sides when the spread is not
distributed evenly
Level
0–127
Output Level
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Boost or cut in the low end
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Boost or cut in the high end
Level
0–127
Output Level
79: VR TREMOLO
Settings when using a pedal wah with a pedal connected to FC1
This tremolo is a descendant of the Roland VR Series effects.
This changes the volume level in a cyclic manner.
Switching between the Mono and Stereo Tremolo Type settings also switches the
volume control waveform.
• MFX Control: Manual
• Control Type: PEDAL
• EDIT/ 2. Control/ FC1: MFX Control
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Rate, Depth, Tremolo Type
Parameter
Value
Description
Tremolo Type
Mono, Stereo
Mono: The left and right volume levels
change simultaneously..
Stereo: The left and right volume levels
change in alternating fashion.
Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Frequency at which the effect is applied
(Hz)
Rate ( )
note (*1)
Frequency at which the effect is applied
(note)
Depth
0–127
Depth of the effect
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Boost or cut in the low end
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Boost or cut in the high end
Level
0–127
Output Level
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Effect/Parameter List
81: VR PHASER
Parameter
Value
Description
R-Wf Level
0–127
Low-frequency rotor volume
R-Tw Slow Sp
0.05–10.00 Hz
R-Tw Fast Sp
0.05–10.00 Hz
Assignable Parameters
R-Tw Accel
0–15
Rate, Resonance, Depth
R-Tw Level
0–127
Rotary Separat
0–127
Amount of breadth in the sound
Rotary Level
0–127
Output Level
This phaser is a descendant of the Roland VR Series effects..
This creates a swirling effect by adding sounds that are out of phase with the original
sound.
MFX Control
Parameter
Value
Description
Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Phaser Frequency (Hz)
High-frequency rotor setting.
This parameter is the same as that for the
low-frequency rotor.
83: LINEDRIVE
Rate ( )
note (*1)
Phaser Frequency (note)
Depth
0–127
Phaser Depth
Resonance
0–127
Feedback Level
Step Sw
OFF, ON
Setting this to ON creates a step phaser.
Step Rate Mode
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
MFX Control
Drive
StepRate (Hz)
0.10–20.00 Hz
Rate of stepped changes in phaser effect
(Hz)
Parameter
Value
Description
SOFT, HARD
note (*1)
Rate of stepped changes in phaser effect
(note)
Strength
Step Rate ( )
HARD produces stronger distortion than
SOFT.
Type
1/2
Varies the nuances of the distortion.
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Boost or cut in the low end
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Boost or cut in the high end
Drive
0–127
Degree of distortion.
This also affects the volume.
Level
0–127
Output Level
Low Gain
-15–+15 dB
Boost or cut in the low end.
High Gain
-15–+15 dB
Boost or cut in the high end.
Level
0–127
Output Level
82: ORGAN MULTI
This is an effect combining the VK series internal effect with an organ effect with the
same features..
It comprises vibrato/chorus, overdrive, and rotary effects.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Rotary Speed, OD Drive
Parameter
Value
Description
Vib/Cho Switch
OFF, ON
Switches the vibrato and chorus effects
Vibrato and chorus effect types
Vib/Cho Type
V-1, V-2, V-3, C-1,
C-2, C-3
V-1, V-2, V-3: Adds a wavering (vibrato)
that is created by changes in the pitch..
The effect deepens as the value is
increased.
C-1, C-2, C-3: Adds a fullness and
breadth (chorus) to the sound..
The effect deepens as the value is
increased.
Vib/Cho Vintage
'50, '60, '70
This reproduces the subtle differences in
the vibrato and chorus effects in organs
built in different years.
Vib/Cho Level
0–127
Vibrato/chorus effect volume
OD Switch
OFF, ON
Switches the overdrive effect
OD Drive
0–127
Amount of distortion
OD Level
0–127
Overdrive effect volume
Rotary Switch
OFF, ON
Switches the rotary effect
Rotary Speed
SLOW, FAST
Low– and high-frequency rotation
speeds (Rate).
SLOW: (Slow Rate)
FAST: (Fast Rate)
R-Wf Slow Sp
0.05–10.00 Hz
Rate with low-frequency rotor set to
SLOW rate
R-Wf Fast Sp
0.05–10.00 Hz
Rate with low-frequency rotor set to
FAST rate
R-Wf Accel
0–15
Speed at which the low-frequency.
rotor’s rotation rate changes when the
rotation speed is switched
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This reproduces the distortion that occurs when an electrical circuit is slightly
overloaded.
Assignable Parameters
84: SMALL PHASR (SMALL PHASER)
The Small Phaser effect simulates the unique sweeping vintage phaser.
This effect is most suitable for electric piano tones.
Assignable Parameters
MFX Control
Rate
Parameter
Value
Description
Rate
0–100
Phaser Frequency
Color
1, 2
Phaser Character
Level
0–127
Output Level
note (1):
(Sixty-fourth-note triplet),
(Thirty-second note),
(Sixty-fourth note),
(Sixteenth-note triplet),
(Eighth-note triplet),
(Sixteenth note),
(Eighth note),
(Quarter-note triplet),
(Quarter note),
(Half-note triplet),
(Whole-note triplet),
(Double-note triplet),
(Thirty-second-note triplet),
(Dotted thirty-second note),
(Dotted sixteenth note),
(Dotted eighth note),
(Dotted quarter note),
(Dotted half note),
(Dotted whole note),
(Whole note),
(Double note)
(Half note),
Effect/Parameter List
Chorus Parameter
3: GM2 CHORUS
The RD-700NX’s Chorus effect unit can also be used as a stereo delay
unit.
0: OFF
Neither Chorus or Delay is used.
1: CHORUS
Parameter
Filter Type
Cutoff Freq
Pre Delay
Rate Mode
Value
Description
OFF, LPF, HPF
Type of filter.
OFF: no filter is used
LPF: cuts the frequency range above the
Cutoff Freq.
HPF: cuts the frequency range below the
Cutoff Freq
Value
Description
Pre-LPF
0–7
Cuts the high frequency range of the
sound coming into the chorus.
Level
0–127
Volume of the chorus sound
Feedback
0–127
Adjusts the amount of the chorus sound
that is fed back into the effect.
Delay
0–127
Adjusts the delay time from the direct
sound until the chorus sound is heard.
Rate
0–127
Frequency of modulation
Depth
0–127
Depth of modulation
Send To Reverb
0–127
Adjusts the amount of chorus sound that
will be sent to the reverb.
note (*):
200–8000 Hz
Basic frequency of the filter
(Sixty-fourth-note triplet),
0.0–100.0 ms
Adjusts the delay time from the direct
sound until the chorus sound is heard.
(Thirty-second note),
Hz, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
(Sixteenth note),
Rate (Hz)
0.05–10.00 Hz
Frequency of modulation (Hz)
Rate ( )
note (*)
Frequency of modulation (note)
Depth
0–127
Depth of modulation
Phase
0–180°
Spatial spread of the sound
0–127
Adjusts the amount of the chorus sound
that is fed back into the effect.
Parameter
Value
Description
Delay L Mode
ms, note
When this is set to “note,” the effect is
synchronized with the tempo.
Delay L (ms)
0–1000 ms
Adjusts the time until the delay sound is
heard (ms).
Delay L ( )
note (*)
Adjusts the time until the delay sound is
heard (note).
Delay R Mode
ms, note
Delay R (ms)
0–1000 ms
Feedback
Parameter
(Sixty-fourth note),
(Sixteenth-note triplet),
(Eighth-note triplet),
(Eighth note),
(Quarter-note triplet),
(Quarter note),
(Half-note triplet),
(Whole-note triplet),
(Double-note triplet),
(Thirty-second-note triplet),
(Dotted thirty-second note),
(Dotted sixteenth note),
(Dotted eighth note),
(Dotted quarter note),
(Dotted half note),
(Dotted whole note),
(Half note),
(Whole note),
(Double note)
2: DELAY
Settings of the Delay R.
The parameters are the same as for the
Delay L.
Delay R ( )
note (*)
Delay C Mode
ms, note
Delay C (ms)
0–1000 ms
Delay C ( )
note (*)
Center Feedbak
-98–+98 %
Adjusts the proportion of the delay
sound that is fed back into the effect..
Negative (-) settings will invert the phase.
HF Damp
200–8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Adjusts the frequency above which
sound fed back to the effect will be cut. If
you do not want to cut the high frequencies, set this parameter to BYPASS.
Left Level
0–127
Volume of each delay sound
Right Level
0–127
Volume of each delay sound
Center Level
0–127
Volume of each delay sound
Settings of the Delay C.
The parameters are the same as for the
Delay L.
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Effect/Parameter List
Reverb Parameter
Parameter
These settings allow you to select the desired type of reverb, and its characteristics.
0: OFF
Reverb is not used.
1: REVERB
Type
Time
Description
HF Damp Gain
-36–0 dB
Adjusts the amount of damping applied
to the frequency range selected with
HF Damp. With a setting of “0,” there
will be no reduction of the reverb’s
high-frequency content.
Level
0–127
Output level of reverberation
3: HALL
Normal reverb
Parameter
Value
This simulates typical concert hall acoustic reflections.
Value
Description
ROOM1,
ROOM2, STAGE1,
STAGE2, HALL1,
HALL2, DELAY,
PAN-DELAY
Type of reverb/delay.
ROOM1: short reverb with high density
ROOM2: short reverb with low density
STAGE1: reverb with greater late
reverberation.
STAGE2: reverb with strong early
reflections.
HALL1: very clear-sounding reverb
HALL2: rich reverb
DELAY: conventional delay effect
PAN-DELAY: delay effect with echoes
that pan left and right
0–127
Time length of reverberation .
(Type: ROOM1-HALL2).
Delay time .
(Type: DELAY, PAN-DELAY)
The parameters are the same as for “2: ROOM.”
4: PLATE
This simulates a reverb plate, a popular type of artificial reverb unit that derives its
sound from the vibration of a metallic plate.
The parameters are the same as for “2: ROOM.”
5: GM2 REVERB
GM2 Reverb
Parameter
Value
Description
Character
ROOM1, ROOM2,
ROOM3,
HALL1, HALL2,
PLATE, DELAY,
PAN-DELAY
Type of reverb/delay
200–8000 Hz,
BYPASS
Adjusts the frequency above which the
high-frequency content of the reverb
sound will be cut, or “damped.” If you do
not want to cut the high frequencies, set
this parameter to BYPASS.
Delay Feedback
Pre-LPF
0–7
0–127
Adjusts the amount of delay feedback
when the Type setting is DELAY or
PAN-DELAY.
Cuts the high frequency range of the
sound coming into the reverb.
Level
0–127
Output level of reverberation
Level
0–127
Output level of reverberation
Time
0–127
Time length of reverberation
Delay Feedback
0–127
Adjusts the amount of the delay sound
that is fed back into the effect when the
Reverb Character setting is 6 or 7.
HF Damp
2: ROOM
This simulates typical room acoustic reflections.
Parameter
Value
Description
Pre Delay
0.0–100.0 ms
Adjusts the delay time from the direct
sound until the reverb sound is heard.
Time
0–127
Time length of reverberation
Size
1–8
Size of the simulated room or hall
160 Hz–12.500 Hz,
BYPASS
Adjusts the frequency above which the
high-frequency content of the reverb will
be reduced. If you do not want to reduce
the high frequencies, set this parameter
to BYPASS.
High Cut
Density
0–127
Density of reverb
Diffusion
0–127
Adjusts the change in the density of the
reverb over time. The higher the value,
the more the density increases with
time. (The effect of this setting is most
pronounced with long reverb times.)
LF Damp Freq
50–4000 Hz
Adjusts the frequency below which the
low-frequency content of the reverb
sound will be reduced, or “damped.”
LF Damp Gain
-36–0 dB
Adjusts the amount of damping applied
to the frequency range selected with
LF Damp. With a setting of “0,” there
will be no reduction of the reverb’s
low-frequency content.
HF DampFreq
4000 Hz–12500 Hz
Adjusts the frequency above which the
high-frequency content of the reverb
sound will be reduced, or “damped.”
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6: CATHEDRAL
Simulates the type of reverberation in churches and other such spaces bounded by
hard walls
Parameter
Value
Description
Pre-LPF
0–7
Cuts the high frequency range of the
sound coming into the reverb..
Higher values will cut more of the high
frequencies.
Level
0–127
Output level of reverberation
Time
0–127
Time length of reverberation
MEMO
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