Installing the MP3 Board (EXBP-Dual MP3)
Recording MP3 files
If you like, you can press the EXIT button to exit this dialog box
and access the Style Play and Song Play pages. To enter the dialog
box again, and see the ﬁle length or stop recording, press
During recording, if you exit from the MP3 Record dia-
log box while still recording, a big red 'R' will ﬂash in
During recording, you can use this dialog box to see the Record-
ing time, ﬁle length, and the remaining space on disk. Maximum
recording time depends on the available space in the selected
After touching Stop, recording will stop, and the following dia-
log box will appear:
(Text Edit) button to assign a name to the MP3
ﬁle. Touch the Browse button to select a device and directory
where to save the ﬁle. Touch the Save button to save the ﬁle.
After saving, you can listen to the MP3 ﬁle in Song Play mode, as
you do with any other Song.
The MP3 ﬁle can also be moved to a personal computer for fur-
ther editing, via the USB interface.
• Audio generated by the MP3 board can only be routed on the
Left+Right audio outputs.
• MP3 ﬁles recorded with lower sampling rates may not sound very
good. This is an unavoidable problem with MP3 ﬁles.
• You can record as an MP3 ﬁle everything you play with the Pa800,
including your vocals (in other words, you can record your whole
performance). However, you cannot record other MP3 ﬁles.
• It is not advisable to ﬁll the target device too much during record-
ing. Filling it may cause troubles with the recorded ﬁle.
• Regular care is recommended with your target device. Defrag-
menting and repairing internal devices can be made with any PC
utility, while the Pa800 is connected via USB.