There are eleven different Arpeggiator modes available which determine the way the Arpeggiator outputs notes. Clicking on the MODE field will reveal the available modes.

  • Chord – all the notes held in a chord will be triggered at the same time, based on the velocity value of each step.
  • Up – all the notes held will be played in an ascending arpeggio.
  • Down – all the notes held will be played in a descending arpeggio.
  • Up/Down – all the notes held will first be played ascending, then descending.
  • Up/Down+ – similar to Up/Down, Up/Down+ repeats the upper note and the lower note, instead of just playing them once.
  • Down/Up – all the notes held will first be played in a descending arpeggio, then an ascending arpeggio.
  • Down/Up+ – similar to Down/Up, Down/Up+ repeats the lowest and highest notes when it reverses direction.
  • Random – All the notes held will be played in random order in the arpeggio.
  • As Played – The notes are played in the order they are triggered.
  • Repeat X2 – Every note in the arpeggio will be repeated twice, in ascending order.
  • Repeat X4 – Every note in the arpeggio will be repeated four times, in ascending order.