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ZynPad is the performance view. It shows each sequence as a ''pad''. The pad has a colour and its name has a prefix (A-Z) representing its group and a number identifying its sequence number. Each pad triggers a different sequence. By default there are 16 sequences, 1-16.
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ZynPad is the performance view. It shows each sequence as a ''pad''. The pad has a colour representing its group and (by default) a number identifying its sequence number. (This label can be changed by selecting the menu option: "Rename sequence".) Each pad triggers a different sequence. By default there are 16 sequences, 1-16.
    
Each pad has an icon indicating its play mode. The default mode is ''Loop All''. This means the pad will play the whole sequence then wait unit the next sync point / bar before starting again.
 
Each pad has an icon indicating its play mode. The default mode is ''Loop All''. This means the pad will play the whole sequence then wait unit the next sync point / bar before starting again.
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Playback of the pattern you created should start to loop. During playback a green right-pointing arrow shows on the pad.
 
Playback of the pattern you created should start to loop. During playback a green right-pointing arrow shows on the pad.
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Tempo may be adjusted using the SNAPSHOT encoder or by selecting "Tempo" from the menu (if touchscreen widgets enabled).
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Tempo may be adjusted using the SNAPSHOT encoder or by selecting "Tempo" from the menu.
    
Short press SELECT or tap the pad with the touchscreen to stop the sequence playing.
 
Short press SELECT or tap the pad with the touchscreen to stop the sequence playing.
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The playback indication icon changes to red to indicate it is stopping and then disappears to indicate it has stopped. Most play modes will continue to play the sequence until the next sync point. A sync point may be thought of as the start of a bar, indeed their spacing is set using the menu option ''Beats per bar''.
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The playback indication icon changes to red to indicate it is stopping and then disappears to indicate it has stopped. Most play modes will continue to play the sequence until the next sync point. A sync point may be thought of as the start or end of a bar, indeed their spacing is set using the menu option ''Beats per bar''.
    
Most play modes will wait until the next sync point before starting. If you start a sequence part way though a bar then it will show an orange ''starting'' icon indicating it is waiting to start and will start at the end of this bar. This may also occur if a sequence length results in it stopping mid-bar in which case it may wait in ''starting'' state until the next bar. (See section on Play Modes.)
 
Most play modes will wait until the next sync point before starting. If you start a sequence part way though a bar then it will show an orange ''starting'' icon indicating it is waiting to start and will start at the end of this bar. This may also occur if a sequence length results in it stopping mid-bar in which case it may wait in ''starting'' state until the next bar. (See section on Play Modes.)
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