Creating and playing a Cue List
A cue list allows you to play multiple songs in succes-
sion. For example you can create a separate song for
each portion (introduction, melody A, melody B, cho-
rus, and ending) of a composition, and use the cue list
to specify the order of each portion and the number of
times that it will be repeated to complete the song.
If you want to change the structure of the song, the cue
list lets you do so in an efﬁcient way.
You can also use this as a jukebox function that will
playback completed songs in the order you specify.
A(Solo) Chorus Chorus Chorus Ending Ending
S001: A (Solo)
Each unit in a cue list is called a "step," and each step
contains a song number and the number of repeats.
Here we will use a cue list to combine the previously-
created songs S000: INTRO, S001: VERSES, and S002:
1 Select SEQ 2.1: Cue List.
With the default settings, song S000 will be selected
for "Step" 01, and End will be selected for "Step" 02.
2 Press the [F7] ("EDIT") key
You will be able to insert or delete songs into or
from the cue list.
3 Add a song to the Step area.
Use the cursor keys to select Step 02, and press the
[F4] ("INSERT") key. A song will be added to step
02. Use the VALUE controller to select S001:
In the same way, select Step 03, and press the [F4]
("INSERT") key to add a song to Step 03. Set this
step to S002: CHORUS.
If you press [F5] ("CUT"), the selected step will be
deleted. If you press the [F4] ("INSERT") key, that
step will be inserted. If you press the [F6] ("COPY")
key, the selected step will be copied. If you press the
[F4] ("INSERT") key, that step will be inserted.
4 Set the last step to End.
If you set this to Continue to Step01, the cue list will
play back repeatedly.
5 In "Rep (Repeat)," specify the number of times
that the song for that step will be repeated. For this
example, set Step 02 S001: VERSES to 02.
6 Specify whether effect settings will also be
switched when the song at each step is played
back. If you want to effect settings to change,
check the "FX" check box.
For this example, check the "FX" check box for Step
01, which loads the effects.
7 When you are ﬁnished making settings for each
step, press the [F7] ("DONE") key.
8 To play back at the tempo that was speciﬁed for
each song, set "Tempo Mode" to Auto.
If this is set to Manu (Manual), playback will use
the tempo speciﬁed by " =".
9 When you press the [START/STOP] key, playback
will begin from the step that is speciﬁed as the
Starting measure of that step
• "Step": The arrow will indicate the currently
indicates the currently selected
"Step." If you set "Current Step" while stopped,
the display will change.
• "M****": Indicates the starting measure of that step.
• "Meter": Indicates the currently-playing time
signature. This cannot be changed.
• The name of a cue list can be specified by the
"Rename Cue List" page menu command.
• When you play the keyboard, the program of the
track selected by "Track Select" will sound. If a
different program is selected for each song, the
program specified for the currently playing song
Cue list editing will automatically end if you press
the [START/STOP] key, etc. (