You can play any chord with one finger only by making creative use of the sequencer:
- Use the MODE button in the arpeggiator and sequencer section to select the option SEQ.
- Press the SEQ REC button to enable note recording.
- Press the first step button (patch select button 1) to start the recording from the first step onwards. Its LED will start flashing.
- Play the desired chord on the keyboard. After you released all keys, the LED of first step will become solidly lit to indicate that you have recorded the desired chord to the first step.
- Press the SEQ REC button again to select the SLIDE track.
- Activate the slide option for the first step. Its LED will become solidly lit.
- Press the SEQ REC button three more times to select the LENGTH track.
- Set the sequence length to one step only by pressing the first step button (patch select button 1). Its LED will become solidly lit.
You have now created a step sequence with one chord on one step that is infinitely tied to itself. The latter frees you of any sequence duration constraints, allowing you to play and hold the recorded chord like any other note or chord.
- Press the SEQ REC button again to exit track selection. Its LED will become unlit.
- Press the ON button in in the arpeggiator and sequencer section to be able to trigger the sequence/chord with any key press.
- Turn the TEMPO control all the way clockwise to ensure that the sequence/chord will be triggered as expected, even when you play very fast.