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3
Select the part you want to assign to the channel to be recorded.
This determines which of the keyboard-played parts (Main/Layer/Left) and the
accompaniment style parts (RHYTHM 1/2, BASS, etc.) are recorded to the
recording channels
selected in step #2.
For a list of the initial
default assignments,
see page 94.
4
Recording starts as soon as you play the keyboard.
You can also start recording by pressing the
SONG/STYLE [START/STOP] button. The
recording can be started/stopped by pressing the
foot pedal if the recording punch in/out function is
set to the pedal (page 101).
5
To stop recording, press the [REC] button again.
You can also use the foot pedal to stop recording by releasing it, if the
recording punch in/out function has been assigned to the pedal (page 101).
6
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 song.
To record a new part, repeat steps 2 - 6 above.
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You can set previously recorded parts to play back, and monitor them
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while you record a new part. Continue in this way until you have a
finished song.
You can edit the recorded song data from the SONG CREATOR (1 - 16)
displays (page 105).
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Press the [6
] button from the SONG display to store the recorded data
(page 38, 44).
Recording Your Performances and Creating Songs — Song Creator
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D
When selecting the MIDI
part
• Setting a single channel
to MIDI
All incoming data received
via any of the MIDI chan-
nels 1 - 16 is recorded.
When using an external
MIDI keyboard or control-
ler to record, this lets you
record without having to
set the MIDI transmit
channel on the external
device.
• Setting several channels
to MIDI
When using an external
MIDI keyboard or control-
ler to record, this records
data only over the set
MIDI channel — meaning
the external device must
also be set to the same
channel.
A single part (with the
exception of MIDI parts) can-
not be assigned to several
channels.
The settings of the recorded
parts is stored temporarily
until you execute Quick
Recording, select a song, or
turn the power off.
To pause, press the SONG
[START/STOP] button. To
resume recording, press the
SONG [START/STOP] but-
ton again.
You can also use the metro-
nome click as a guide while
recording.
The sound of the metronome
is not recorded.
CAUTION
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).
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