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Korg TR music workstation Operation Manual: Program; Auto Song Setup Function

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3 In the SEQ 1.1: Play/REC, Preference page, check
the "Multi REC" check box.
If "Recording Mode" is set to Loop All Tracks," it
will not be possible to select Multi REC. Set the
"Recording Mode" to Over Write.
4 Select the 1.1: Play/REC, Program page.
For all tracks, the "PLAY/MUTE/REC" indication
will show REC.
The track played by RPPR will be recorded simulta-
neously with the track played by the arpeggiator.
Set "PLAY/MUTE/REC" to PLAY or MUTE for all
tracks other than tracks 1 and 2, which we will be
recording.
Make sure that "Track Select" is set to T02: Bass.
Your keyboard playing on keys not assigned to the
RPPR function can be recorded on the track speci-
fied by "Track Select."
5 In the 1.1: Play/REC, Play/REC page, make sure
that the "RPPR" check box is checked.
6 Press the [LOCATE] key to set the location to
001:01.000.
7 Press the [REC/WRITE] key, and then press the
[START/STOP] key.
Press a key that plays an RPPR pattern, and one or
more keys that play the arpeggiator.
If you press a key during the pre-count before
recording, the pattern playback and arpeggio per-
formance will begin simultaneously when recording
begins, and will be recorded.
Record the RPPR pattern playback and arpeggio
performance.
When recording the playback of patterns triggered
by RPPR, the timing of the recorded events may be
slightly skewed. If this occurs, try setting "Reso"
(Realtime Quantize Resolution) to a setting other
than Hi.
8 When you are finished performing, press the
[START/STOP] key.
Recording will end, and the sequencer will return to
the location at which recording began.
If you made a mistake during your performance or
would like to re-record, you can use the Compare
function (press the [COMPARE] key) to re-record as
many times as you wish.
9 If you want to record other tracks, un-check the
"Multi REC" or "RPPR" check boxes as necessary.
In step 3, uncheck the "Multi REC" check box to
defeat multi-track recording.
In step 5, uncheck the "RPPR" check box to turn
off the RPPR function.
Recording the sound of a combi-
nation or program
Here's how you can easily copy the settings of a combi-
nation or program, and then record.
There are two ways to do this. While playing in Pro-
gram or Combination mode, you can use the Auto
Song Setup function to automatically set up a song
using the current settings of the program or combina-
tion. Or, you can use the page menu command in
Sequencer mode to copy the settings of a program or
combination into the sequencer.
Auto Song Setup function
The Auto Song Setup function automatically applies
the settings stored with the current program or combi-
nation to a new song in the TR sequencer. This allows
you to capture your creative moments and perfor-
mances without having to manually set any of the
sequencer parameters.
As an example, here's how to use the Auto Song Setup
function in Combination mode.
1 Enter Combination mode.
2 In the COMBI 1.1: Play, Prog page, select the
desired combination. You can use the COMBI 1.1:
Play, Mix page to edit the pan and volume of each
timbre, and the COMBI 1.1: Play, Arp.A/Arp.B
page to edit the arpeggiator settings. When you are
finished editing, execute "Update Combination"
or "Write Combination" if you want to save your
edits.
This operation will use the settings that are stored
with the current Program or Combination. So, if
you want to use the arpeggiator when you record,
you will need to save the Program or Combination
with the arpeggiator function switched on before
you proceed.
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