If you use the 16KEYS [SELECT] button to select TRIGGER, the 16KEYS – keys will blink to
indicate the step you are currently entering. You can press one of the – keys to select the step
you want to enter. To select step 17 or later, use the 16KEYS PROGRAM BANK/TRIGGER [UP]
button to make the LENGTH LED light for the steps you want to select.
If you're using the RADIAS on its own without the dedicated keyboard connected, and you begin
recording with the – keys set to KEYBOARD, the function of the – keys will not switch
If you enter the STEP REC mode while a note is sounding, the currently-sounding note will turn
off, and latch will be defeated.
The other step sequencer and the arpeggiator will not operate during recording.
Use "GateTime" to specify the length of the note you will record.
"GateTime" speciﬁes the length of the note you are about to enter. You can also use the ARPEG-
GIATOR/STEP SEQUENCER [GATE] knob to specify this.
Use "Velocity" to specify the velocity of the note you will record.
"Velocity" speciﬁes the velocity value of the note you are about to enter. If you set this to KEY, the
step sequencer playback will use the velocity value with which you played the note to enter it.
You can also move the cursor to "Velocity" and play a note while holding down the [EDIT/YES]
button to enter the velocity value.
Gate Time and Velocity are common to all notes within a single step. You can't specify independent
values for each note in a step. Nor can individual notes within a step be turned on/off.
Play a chord C4, E4, and G4 on the keyboard.
When you play the keyboard, the corresponding note
data will be entered. You can record a chord of up to
eight notes for each step. If you enter a chord, the notes
will be recorded in the step in the order you played
them. When you release the keyboard, you will be in
record-ready condition for step 2.
During recording, you can also specify "REC Step,"
"GateTime," and "Velocity" to modify each note. You
can use "REC Step" to move between steps, as far as the "Last Step" you specified before you began
recording, and the 16KEYS – keys will light to indicate the step position. "GateTime," "Ve-
locity," and "Note" indicate the previously-recorded values.
Press the [TAP TEMPO/REST-TIE] button without
playing any key.
That step will be a rest, and you will proceed to step 3.
If you want to advance to the next step without record-
ing anything at this step (i.e., to enter a rest), press the
[TAP TEMPO/REST-TIE] button without playing any
key. If there had been any data at the step where you
entered a rest, all data of that step will be erased, and
you will proceed to the next step.
While holding down a chord of D4, F4, and A4 on the
keyboard, press the [TAP TEMPO/REST-TIE] button.
The notes you entered in step 3 will be connected to
step 4. When you release the keyboard, you will pro-
ceed to step 5.
If you want to enter a long note that extends beyond
one step, hold down the notes and press the [TAP
TEMPO/REST-TIE] button. The "Gate Time" will be set
to TIE, and you will proceed to the next step. If you