Recording Your Performance as Audio
Try recording your performance as audio data (WAV ﬁle) to a USB ﬂash memory.
For example, you can record an ensemble performance of guitar and keyboard
together or record yourself singing along with song playback by connecting a guitar,
microphone or other device to the instrument. The maximum amount of recording
time is 80 minutes per recording, though this may differ depending on the capacity
of the particular USB ﬂash memory.
The following sounds can be recorded.
• Internal tone generator of the instrument.
Keyboard parts (Right 1, Right 2, Left), Song parts, Style parts.
• Input from a microphone, guitar or other instrument (via the [MIC./LINE IN]
• Input from another audio device, such as a CD player, MP3 player or the like (via
the [MIC./LINE IN] jack).
The recorded data using this function is saved as:
• Stereo WAV data
• 44.1 kHz sample rate/16 bit resolution
Connect the USB ﬂash memory to the [USB TO DEVICE]
Set the desired Voice, etc. which you want to use for your
performance. (For information setting the Voice, see page 37; for
setting the Style, see page 48; for connecting a microphone, see
Press the [USB] button.
Press the [E] (RECORDER) button to call up the Recording
display (USB AUDIO RECORDER display).
CVP-509/505/503/501 Owner's Manual
To record your performance by USB
Audio function, use the compatible
USB ﬂash memory. Before using a
USB ﬂash memory, be sure to read
"Connecting a USB Storage Device"
on page 106.
Input from the [AUX IN] jacks cannot
Songs protected by copyright, such
as preset songs, and the metronome
sound cannot be recorded.Moreover,
the iAFC effect (CVP-509 only;
page 34) does not affect the record-
Recording methods on the instrument
include MIDI recording as well as
audio recording (page 65).
The USB storage device of "USB1" is
selected as the recording destination
when multiple USB storage devices
are connected. The destination is
skipped when "USB1" is a ﬂoppy disk