Playing in Realtime (Without using Automatic Accompaniment)
Unmute the Upper 2 track.
Press both F VOLUME/VALUE buttons.
The Upper 2 track will be selected and
unmuted. The Play icon will appear, sur‐
rounded by the "selected track" frame and
accompanied by the pointing arrow. You will hear the Dark Pad
Program play together with the Grand Piano.
Press the F VOLUME/VALUE buttons
Press SPLIT on the KEYBOARD MODE section,
Now, the keyboard is split in two parts: the Lower part on the
left, and the Upper part on the right. The AnalogStr Program
is playing on the Lower part, while the Grand Piano and the
Dark Pad are playing on the Upper part.
Set the split point.
Not happy with the current split point? Keep the SPLIT
POINT button held down, and play the new split point on the
keyboard. You can even save this setting in memory.
Mute/unmute various tracks.
Press both H VOLUME/VALUE buttons. You will mute the
Press the H VOLUME/VALUE buttons
Press them again to unmute the Lower track.
Try also with the Upper tracks, using the E, F and G VOL‐
UME/VALUE buttons. You will notice the sound becomes
more or less fuller‐sounding, depending on the number of
tracks muted or unmuted.
Press the E
G VOLUME/VALUE buttons
Set the relative volume of the Realtime tracks.
Use each E–H VOLUME/VALUE button pair to set the vol‐
ume of the Realtime tracks. Press one of the VOLUME/
VALUE button to select a track. Then press the right one to
increase the volume, the left one to lower it.
Press the left one to lower...
...and the right one to raise.
Press FULL UPPER on the KEYBOARD MODE
section, and play.
Again, the Upper tracks can play across the full keyboard
10 Save your track configuration in a Perfor-
That's all! When you find the right sound, you can press the
WRITE button to save the track configuration into a Perfor‐
mance, a Single Touch Setting (STS), or a Style Performance.
The Performance is a handy way to save Realtime tracks.