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The difference between a Mono arpeggiator and a Poly arpeggiator

A mono arpeggio (user patterns < 64) will play the individual notes
from a played chord one at a time in a particular order. If a C major
triad is played, the arpeggiator will play the C, E and G notes from
this chord in an order determined by the arpeggio pattern. The simplest
type of pattern is "up" or "down", these will play
C,E,G,C,E,G,C,E,G,C,E,G?. OR G,E,C,G,E,C,G,E,C,G,E,C,G,E,C,G,E,C
respectively. A polyphonic arpeggio (user patterns > or = 64) acts
as a transposing arpeggio. A single note or a chord can be transposed
by a programmable amount on each step of an arpeggio. The single note
or chord acts a "root note". If a 4 step polyphonic arpeggio was
programmed 1,1,1,5 and then holding the note C0 will play C0, C0, C0,
F0. Holding D3min triad will play D3min, D3min, D3min, G3min.