Converting a User Song in the Instrument to an Audio Song
You can convert a User Song (MIDI) in the instrument (page 26) to an Audio Song, and then save it in a USB flash
Connect a USB flash memory to the [USB TO DEVICE] terminal.
Press [BGM], repeatedly if necessary, to make sure the [PRESET 1]/
[PRESET 2]/[USB] lamps are turned off.
While holding down [BGM], press [REC].
An "AUd" indication briefly appears in the display, followed by the User Song
Select a Song number as destination after conversion.
Press [-/NO]/[+/YES] to select the Song number (A.00 – A.99). When you select a
Song number containing data, three dots (like "A.X.X. " ) are shown in the display. To
overwrite the selected Song, go to step 5. To avoid overwriting, select another Song
number then go to step 5.
To cancel the Conversion operation, press [REC].
Execute conversion by playing back the User Song (MIDI).
Press [PLAY/STOP] to start the Conversion operation. If an empty Song has been
selected in step 4, press [+/YES]. If a Song containing data is selected in step 4, press
This operation starts playback and conversion from MIDI to audio. After starting
playback (conversion), wait until playback ends. This is necessary because the
MIDI Song is re-recorded in real time during playback to an audio Song. When the
conversion is completed, "End" will appear in the display.
To cancel the Conversion operation, press [PLAY/STOP] or [REC]. "StP" will
appear in the display.
The Audio Song is saved as WAV format to the "USER FILES" folder in the USB
flash memory, and the file is automatically named as "USERAUDIOxx.WAV" (xx:
If you cancel audio
conversion, data converted
before cancelling is not
saved. Keep in mind that
existing data will be erased
when you cancel
If the "E01" message appears
on the display, please check
• Connect a USB flash memory
to the [USB TO DEVICE]
• Press [BGM] to turn off the
[PRESET 1]/[PRESET 2]/
• Make sure that recorded data
of a User Song (MIDI) actually
This operation allows you to
record your keyboard
performance and audio signals
via the AUIX IN jack.
Do not turn off the power of
the instrument or
disconnect the USB flash
memory when dashes
appear in the display in
succession. Doing so may
corrupt the data on either or
Using a USB Flash Memory
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