There are several different latch-able 'states' that the panel can be set to in order to allow the encoders and buttons to control alternative functions or behave in an alternative way. If the panel doesn't appear to be functioning as expected, please check the following things:
- If the SHIFT button LED is on, the panel is latched in 'shift mode' for accessing the secondary functions of the encoders and switches (see the light blue text on panel). Simply press the SHIFT button to unlatch this state and return to the normal state.
- If any of the modulation (LFO, MOD-EG, Velo, AftT, Note, Expr, X&Y+/-) LEDs are flashing this indicates that the panel is latched in 'modulation assign mode' for the illuminated mod LED for assigning destinations to the selected source. Simply press the button of the flashing LED to unlatch this state and return to the regular state.
- If the Patch / Seq button LED is illuminated in white this indicates that panel is in 'Seq' mode, where the Save and Init buttons are used for sequence preset management instead of patch preset management. Press this button when not in Shift mode to put the panel back into 'Patch' mode.
- If the Arp button LED is illuminated, this indicates the Arp is on. MIDI-in notes will now play whatever is programmed into the Arp. Press the Arp button again return to the regular state.
- If the XYLock button LED is illuminated in white, this indicates that the joystick is locked and will not respond to any movements. In this state you may lose the sound if filter or amp parameters are currently assigned to the joystick. Hold the Velo button and press the XYLock button again to unlock the joystick.
- If the Sustain button LED is illuminated in white, this indicates that any notes from the MIDI-in will be sustained indefinitely - note-off messages will not stop the playing notes. Hold the Velo button and press the Sustain button again to exit sustain mode.