You can use the above procedure to edit existing sequence data or to edit sequence data you record-
ed in realtime.
Recording modulation sequence data in realtime – the Motion Rec function
The Motion Rec function lets you tweak a knob in realtime, record the movements of that knob, and apply
those changes to the steps in a modulation sequencer.
In this example we'll record movements of the FILTER 1 [CUTOFF] knob in a program that does not yet con-
tain sequence data.
In the Program Play mode, select a program in which modulation sequence is turned off (MOD
SEQUENCER [ON] button is unlit).
Choose a program in which tonal change will be easy to notice.
Press the MOD SEQUENCER [ON] button to turn the modulation sequencer on.
Use the MOD SEQUENCER [SELECT] button to select a modulation sequence (MOD1–3).
For this example choose MOD1.
Go to the Program Edit mode P12–1: MOD SEQ – COMN tab page, and set the parameters.
☞p.44 "SEQ COMMON parameter settings"
Press the MOD SEQUENCER [REC] button.
You will be in the record-ready mode. The [REC] button will blink, and the 16KEYS – keys
will light sequentially.
You can't enter the record-ready mode unless you choose a sequence.
Hold down a key, and turn the FILTER 1 [CUTOFF] knob.
Recording will begin from the step at which you turn the knob. When recording begins, the [REC]
button will change from blinking to lit. When you reach the step speciﬁed by "LastStep," the
[REC] button will go dark, and recording will end automatically.
You can't record movements of the ARPEGGIATOR/STEP SEQUENCER or effect knobs.
If you turn two or more knobs, the knob you turned first will be recorded.
While you're using the Motion Rec function, the sixteen knobs will operate as sound parameter
Press a key to hear the sound change.
If you are not satisﬁed with your recording, press the [REC] button once again to re-record, or use
the sixteen knobs to edit the value of each step.
If you want to keep the recorded settings, you must write the data. The recorded data will be lost
unless you write. (☞p.32 "Saving an edited program")
Program parameter editing