Sequencer operating mode
Record mode: Backing Sequence (Quick Record) page
Record mode: Backing Sequence (Quick
Backing Sequence (Quick Record) mode allows you to quickly
record your live performance with the Styles. To make things
easier, just two grouped tracks are provided: Kbd/Pad (Keyboard
and Pads) to record keyboard and pads, and Ch/Acc (Chords/
Accompaniment) to record Style commands and chords played
on the keyboard.
While in Sequencer mode, press the RECORD button and select
the "Backing Sequence (Quick Record)" option. The Backing
Sequence (Quick Record) page appears.
Track volume/status area
See "Backing Sequence (Quick Record) recording procedure" on
page 197 for information on the record procedure.
See "Page header" on page 189.
Page menu icon
See "Page menu icon" on page 190.
See "Page sub-header" on page 192.
Recording parameters area
This parameter shows the selected Style. Either touch it, or press
one of the STYLE buttons, to open the Style Select window and
select a different Style (see "Style Select window" on page 81).
Percentage of remaining memory for recording.
Page menu icon
Use this parameter to set the quantization during recording.
Quantization is a way of correcting timing errors; notes played
too soon or too late are moved to the nearest axis of a rhythmic
"grid", set with this parameter, thus playing perfectly in time.
No quantization applied.
Grid resolution, in musical values. For example,
when you select 1/8, all notes are moved to the
nearest 1/8 division. When you select 1/4, all
notes are moved to the nearest 1/4 division.
These parameters let you deﬁne grouped track status during
recording. This status is reﬂected by the big status indicator
above the track sliders.
The Backing Sequence track is set to play. If there
are recorded data, they will be heard while
recording the other Backing Sequence track.
The Backing Sequence track is muted. If this
tracks has already been recorded, it will not be
heard during recording of the other Backing
The Backing Sequence track is in record. All pre-
viously recorded data will be deleted. After press-
(PLAY/STOP) to start recording, the
track will receive notes from the keyboard and
the MIDI IN connector.
Ch/Acc: This Backing Sequence track groups all Style tracks,
together with recognized chords and Style controls and Style
Elements selection. After ﬁnishing recording, they will be saved
as Song tracks 9-16, as in the following table:.