Each time you press and release the keyboard, the loca-
tion will advance by the length speciﬁed in 4 .
• Inputting rests
Press the Rest button to input a rest of the length speci-
ﬁed in 4 .
• Inputting a tie
If you press the Tie button without pressing the key-
board, the previously-input note will be tied, and length-
ened by the amount speciﬁed in 4 .
If you press the Tie button while holding down a note,
the note you are playing will be tied, and lengthened by
the amount speciﬁed in 4 .
You can even input notes as shown in the following dia-
Step Time =
Step Time =
Press E and C
Release E (continue holding C)
• Deleting a note or rest
To delete a note or rest, press the StepBack button. The
location will move backward by the amount speciﬁed in
4 , and the data in that interval will be deleted.
• Auditioning the next note before input
If you wish to make sure of the next note before you actu-
ally input it, press the [PAUSE] key (the LED will light).
Now when you press a key, you will hear sound but the
note will not be input. Press the [PAUSE] key once again
(the LED will go dark) to cancel the pause mode and
8 When you are ﬁnished with step recording, press the
Done button. If you press the [COMPARE] key, you will
return to the condition of before you began step record-
5–1B: Event Edit
Here you can edit individual events of music data that were
1 Use "Track Select" to select the track that you wish to
edit, and use the Track Edit tab "From Measure" ﬁeld to
specify the measure at which you wish to begin editing.
2 If you selected Track01–16 in "Track Select," selecting
this command will open the Set Event Filters dialog box.
In the Set Event Filters dialog box you can select the
types of events (musical data) that will appear and can be
edited in the event edit window.
For "Note" you can set "Bottom" and "Top" to specify
the range of notes. These settings can also be entered by
holding down the [ENTER] key and pressing a key. Nor-
mally you will leave these set at C–1 and G9.
"Control Change" lets you specify the control change
number. Normally you will leave this set at ALL.
If you selected Master Track in "Track Select," this dialog
box will not appear.
Step Time =
3 Press the OK button to open the Event Edit dialog box.
Location within the
measure (beat, clock)
4 In the upper part of the dialog box, "Measure" and
"Index" show the measure that you are editing and the
events of the index numbers within the measure.
You can touch the scroll bar located at the right to move
to the event that you wish to edit.
5 Select the event that you wish to edit, and use the
[VALUE] dial etc. to modify its value(s).
• By modifying the value of the "BT" (Beat. Tick) location
within the measure, you can move the event within the
• You can edit each event by modifying its data value(s).
When you select a note event, it will sound.
6 You can press the buttons located at the bottom of the
dialog box to edit events as follows.
• Inserting an event
Select the location "BT" at which you wish to insert an
event, and press the Insert button to insert an event.
• Deleting an event
Select the event that you wish to delete, and press the
Cut button to delete the event.
• Moving an event
You can use the Cut button and Insert button to move an
event (by "cut and paste").
Use the Cut button to delete the event that you wish to
move, then use the Insert button to insert it at the
You can also move an event by modifying its "BT" value.
• Copying an event
Select the event that you wish to copy, and press the
Copy button. Then select the copy destination and press
the Insert button to insert the event at that location.
7 When you are ﬁnished event editing, press the Done but-
ton. If you press the [COMPARE] key you will return the
data to the condition in which it was before you began
The following table shows the types of musical data that can
be edited by "Event Edit" and the range of their values.
BAR (displayed only)
V: 1...127 *
(Control change num-
Bank: A...F, 000...127,
G, g(1)..g(9) g(d), - - -
Meter: 1/4...16/16 *
(Length: beats, clocks)
P: 0...127, 1...128 (G,