When you are once again ready to record musical
data, uncheck the "Remove Data" check box.
7 Press the [START/STOP] key.
Playback will end, and you will return to the record-
ing start location that you speciﬁed in step 4.
If Loop All Tracks is selected, normal playback will
be looped as well.
• Multi (multitrack recording)
Multitrack recording allows you to simultaneously
record onto multiple tracks, each with a different
channel. This method can be used with overwrite,
overdub, manual punch-in, and auto punch-in
Using the arpeggiator to record multiple tracks
A multi-track performance using the arpeggiator
function can be recorded simultaneously using
multi recording ( p.76).
When simultaneously recording multiple tracks
using the RPPR function
You can use multitrack recording to simultaneously
record the playback of multiple tracks that are being
triggered by the RPPR function. For the procedure,
refer to "Realtime-recording an RPPR performance"
When simultaneously recording multiple tracks of
MIDI data from an external sequencer, etc.
1 Make sure that the TRITON Le's MIDI IN and the
external sequencer's MIDI OUT are connected by
a MIDI cable.
If they are not connected, turn off the power, make
the connection, and then turn the power back on
again. ( PG p.229)
2 Set the MIDI Clock (GLOBAL 2.1: MIDI, MIDI
page "MIDI Clock") to External, so that this
instrument will synchronize to the MIDI clock of
the external sequencer ( PG p.127).
3 Create a new song, and in the SEQ 1.1: Play/REC,
Preference page, check the "Multi REC" check
box. Set the "Recording Mode" to Over Write.
4 Select the SEQ 1.1: Play/REC, Program page.
For the tracks that you are not recording, set "PLAY/
MUTE/REC" to PLAY or MUTE.
5 In SEQ 3.1: Param1, MIDI page "MIDI Channel,"
specify the MIDI channel for each track.
The speciﬁed channel of musical data will be
recorded on that track. It is a good idea to set tracks
1–16 to MIDI channels 1–16. (This is the default set-
ting.) Also make sure that "Status" is set either to
INT or BTH.
6 Press the [LOCATE] key to set the location to
7 Press the [REC/WRITE] key to enter recording-
8 Start the external sequencer.
The TRITON Le'sequencer will receive the MIDI
Start message transmitted by the external sequencer,
and will automatically begin recording.
9 When the song ends, stop the external sequencer.
This instrument's sequencer will receive the MIDI
Stop message transmitted by the external sequencer,
and will automatically stop recording. You can also
press the [START/STOP] key on this instrument
itself to stop recording.
In the GLOBAL 2.1: MIDI page, set "MIDI Clock"
Set "Tempo Mode" to Auto.
When you press the [START/STOP] key, playback
If the correct sounds do not play immediately after
playback is started, you may be able to solve the
problem by using the Utility menu command
"Event Edit" (SEQ 5.2: Track Edit) to edit the Pro-
gram Change data.
This is a method of recording where you specify the
note timing, note length, and velocity etc. in the LCD
screen, and use the keyboard to input the pitches.
Only note-on/off data can be recorded with this
Event Edit and Create Control Data
Note data is the only type of data that can be recorded
in step recording. However there are ways to record
other types of data, aside from the realtime mode. You
can use the Event Edit and Create Control Data func-
Event Edit is intended as a way to edit previously-
recorded data, but you can also use it to modify pro-
gram numbers or insert control changes.
Create Control Data is a function that lets you create
and insert controller data that changes smoothly
between two speciﬁed values over the speciﬁed length
of time. This is used to input bend, after touch, and
control change data etc.
Realtime-recording to a pattern
Here's how you can use realtime recording to create a
pattern. User patterns can be accessed by the RPPR
function in the same way as preset patterns, and can
be copied to or placed in a song. Playback data from a
track can also be copied to a pattern.
Before you begin recording a pattern, turn off the
memory protect setting in Global mode ( p.42).