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  1. Hi, Is it possible to access and edit component layers of a quasi-layered "Tone" or "PCM Melody"? For example : Internal tone/sound P:320 NEW AGE - this is a layered sound comprised of a bell-like sound combined with a synth string-like pad. How do you access the bell sound and string pad separately ? For example : Can I switch the bell sound with another sound choice to layer in with the existing Pad and vice versa? Or, how would you create a multi-layered tone using existing tones? I realize this can be done as a performance, but since this layering is used in factory tones, I'm curious as to how deep you can burrow into a factory tone. Pressing the edit button while in Tone mode only seems to offer editing access to Attack, Release, Cutoff and other effects - not the actual ability to select different sounds for combing/editing into a new layered Tone. Once again, no luck with the manual :-(( Thanks kindly for any tips. Cheers, Gee Won
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