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2 Set the "Recording Mode" to Manual Punch In.
(SEQ 1.1: Play/REC, Preference page REC Setup)
3 In "Location," specify a location several measures
earlier than the point at which you wish to begin
recording.
4 Press the [START/STOP] key.
Playback will begin.
5 At the point at which you wish to begin recording,
press the [REC/WRITE] key.
Recording will begin.
Play the keyboard and operate controllers such as
the joystick to record your performance.
6 When you finish recording, press the [REC/
WRITE] key.
Recording will end (playback will continue).
Instead of pressing the [REC/WRITE] key in steps
5 and 6, you can use a foot switch connected to
the ASSIGNABLE SWITCH jack. Set the GLOBAL
1.1: System, Foot page "Foot SW Assign" to Song
Punch In/Out ( p.113).
7 Press the [START/STOP] key.
Playback will stop, and you will return to the loca-
tion that you specified in step 3.
• Auto punch-in
First you must specify the area that will be re-
recorded. Then recording will occur automatically
at the specified area.
With this method, the musical data previously on
the track is overwritten by the newly recorded data.
1 Use "Track Select" to select the track that you want
to record.
2 Set the "Recording Mode" to Auto Punch In. (SEQ
1.1: Play/REC, Preference page REC Setup)
3 In "Auto P Start Meas, "Auto P End Meas" specify
the area that you wish to record.
For example if you specify M005–M008, recording
will occur only from measure 5 to measure 8.
4 In "Location," specify a location several measures
earlier than the point at which you wish to begin
recording.
5 Press the [REC/WRITE] key, and then press the
[START/STOP] key.
When you reach the starting location you specified
in step 3, recording will begin. Play the keyboard
and operate controllers such as the joystick to record
your performance. When you reach the ending loca-
tion you specified in step 3, recording will end.
(Playback will continue.)
6 Press the [START/STOP] key.
Playback will stop, and you will return to the loca-
tion you specified in step 4.
• Loop All Tracks
This method lets you continue recording as you add
musical data.
The specified region can be recorded repeatedly.
This is ideal when recording drum phrases, etc.
1 Use "Track Select" to select the track that you want
to record.
2 Set the "Recording Mode" to Loop All Tracks.
(SEQ 1.1: Play/REC, Preference page REC Setup)
If "Multi REC" is checked, it will not be possible to
select Loop All Tracks.
3 In "Loop Start Meas, "Loop End Meas" specify the
area that you wish to record.
For example if you specify M004–M008, recording
will occur repeatedly (as a loop) from measure 4 to
measure 8.
4 In "Location," specify a location several measures
earlier than the point at which you wish to begin
recording.
5 Press the [REC/WRITE] key, and then press the
[START/STOP] key.
Playback will begin. When you reach the starting
location you specified in step 3, recording will
begin. Play the keyboard and operate controllers
such as the joystick to record your performance.
When you reach the ending location you specified
in step 3, you will return to the starting location,
and continue recording.
The musical data that is loop-recorded will be
added to the previously-recorded data.
6 You can also erase specific data even while you
continue loop recording.
If you press the [REC/WRITE] key during loop
recording, all musical will be removed from the cur-
rently selected track as long as you continue press-
ing the key.
By checking the "Remove Data" check box you can
erase only the specified data. During loop record-
ing, press the note that you wish to delete, and only
the data of that note number will be deleted from
the keyboard as long as you continue pressing that
note.
Similarly, bender data will be deleted as long as you
tilt the joystick in the X (horizontal) direction, and
after touch data will be deleted as long as you apply
pressure to the keyboard.
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