5. Press the button to select the velocity value.
6. Use the buttons to change the velocity value.
7. Change the velocity value of the other grid notes.
8. Press the Start/Stop button to play back the
pattern, and listen to it.
When you play back, you'll temporarily exit Grid
Using the keyboard to add a pattern
to the pattern that you entered using
the Grid Sequence function
While using the Grid Sequence function to create a
drum pattern, you can also use realtime recording to
1. Leaving the Grid Sequence function turned on,
press the REC button.
You'll be in recording‐standby mode.
The loop range, tempo, and quantization will be set
to the values specified by the Grid Sequence
2. Play the keyboard to check the drum instrument
you'll be adding. For this example, let's add hand‐
3. Press the Start/Stop button to start recording.
After a two‐measure pre‐count, the drum pattern
will play as a loop.
4. Record the hand‐claps while you listen to the
drum pattern. If you are not satisfied with your
recording, you can erase it without stopping the
loop. While holding down the KEY button, press
the key whose note you want to erase at the timing
of the unwanted note.
Note: The velocity value that is recorded depends
on the "Vel (Velocity Mode)" setting (PG p. 53
5. When you've finished recording, press the Start/
Stop button to stop recording.
In this way, you can seamlessly use both the Grid
Sequence function and conventional realtime
recording to record in the way that's appropriate for
MIDI recording Preparations for recording
Preparations for recording
This section explains how to create a new song and
adjust basic settings for recording, such as specifying a
program, volume, and pan setting for each track.
Before you record, go to Global/Media mode and
make sure that memory protect is turned off.
(p. 59 "Memory protect")
Creating a new song
You'll use the song command "Create New" to create a
1. Press the MODE SEQ button to enter Sequencer
2. Press the button to access the Menu.
3. Use the buttons to select "Song Command,"
and then press the button.
4. Use the buttons to select "Create New," and
then press the button.
5. In "Length," specify the number of measures.
Note: You are free to change the number of
6. Press the button to make the display indicate
"OK?", and then press the button.
A new song will be created.
Here's how to assign a program and make volume
settings etc. for each MIDI track so that you can record
a new song.
Note: For details on how to move between pages, or
select and edit parameters, refer to p. 7 "Selecting a
parameter and editing its value".
1. Select a program for each track.
With the front panel TIMBRE/TRACK LED lit‐up,
press one of the function 01–16 buttons to select a
The program selection screen ("Program Select")
If you press a function 01–16 button when the
display shows something other than the track
parameters, the display will switch to the "Program
Select" screen for the track whose button you