This is the easiest recording method — perfect for quickly recording and playing back a piano song you're practicing, so
you can check your progress.
I When creating a new song:
Select the voice and accompaniment style you want to use in the song.
If you want to record to the MAIN/Layer/Left voices, make sure to set the [MAIN]/[LAYER]/[LEFT] buttons to ON.
Make any other desired settings (Reverb, Chorus, etc.) as well.
Simultaneously hold down the [REC] button and press the button
corresponding to the track you want to record.
You can select TRACK 1 or TRACK 2 and the EXTRA TRACKS for recording at
the same time.
To record your keyboard performance:
Press either the [TRACK 1] or [TRACK 2] button.
To record the auto accompaniment
and multi pad performance:
Press the [EXTRA TRACKS] button.
To stop recording, press
the [REC] button again.
Recording starts as soon as you play the keyboard.
You can also start recording by pressing the
SONG/STYLE [START/STOP] button. Recording
can also be started by pressing down the foot
pedal, if the song start/stop function is properly
assigned to the pedal (page 139).
To stop recording, press the [RECORD] button again.
Recording can also be stopped by pressing down the foot pedal, if the
song start/stop function is properly assigned to the pedal (page 139).
I Play back your new song
To play back the performance you just recorded, return the song to the beginning by
using the [TOP] button and press the SONG [START/STOP] button.
Playback stops automatically at the end of the song, and returns to the beginning of the
You can edit the recorded song data from the SONG CREATOR (1 - 16) displays (page 105).
Press the [6
] button from the SONG display to store the recorded data (page 38, 44).
Recording Your Performances and Creating Songs — Song Creator
I When recording over the part of an internal
song or a song on disk with your own
Select the desired song (page 76, 78).
If the "LAYER" or "LEFT" but-
ton is on before pressing the
REC button, the correspond-
ing Layer and Left parts are
automatically recorded to dif-
The performance of track 1/2
is recorded to the channel
speciﬁed in the SONG SET-
TING display (page 137).
You can overdub a second
right-hand performance onto
Track 2 after recording the
ﬁrst right-hand performance
(including the layer voices)
on Track 1. To do this, set the
[LEFT] button to OFF and
repeat steps 2 and 3.
To pause, press the SONG
[START/STOP] button. To
resume recording, press the
SONG [START/STOP] but-
You can also use the metro-
nome click as a guide while
The sound of the metronome
is not recorded.
Turning off the power auto-
matically deletes your
recorded performance. If you
wish to save the recording,
make sure to store it to inter-
nal memory or ﬂoppy disk
(page 38, 44).