Recording multiple tracks
from an external sequencer
The playback from an external MIDI sequencer
connected to the KROME can be recorded
simultaneously using multi‐recording.
1. Make sure that the MIDI OUT of your external
sequencer is connected to the MIDI IN of the
If it is not connected, turn off the power, make the
connection, and then turn the power on.
2. In the Global P1: MIDI– MIDI Basic page, set
MIDI Clock to External MIDI. With this setting,
the KROME will synchronize to MIDI clock
messages from your external sequencer.
Make sure that Receive Ext. Realtime Commands is
3. Create a new song in Sequencer mode, and in the
P0: Play/REC– Preferences page, check the Multi
REC check box. Set Recording Setup to Overwrite.
4. Press Play/Rec/Mute to select "REC" for the tracks
you want to record.
For the tracks you don't want to record, select Play or
Recording Recording multiple tracks from an external sequencer
5. In the P3: Track Parameters– MIDI T01–08 and
T09–16 page, use MIDI Channel to specify the
MIDI channel of each track.
Set the MIDI channel of each KROME track to match
the MIDI channel of each external sequencer track.
Data from each channel will be recorded on the
corresponding KROME track.
Make sure that Status is set to INT or BTH.
6. Press the LOCATE (
7. Press the SEQUENCER REC (●) button to enter
8. Start your external sequencer.
The KROME's sequencer will automatically begin
recording when it receives the MIDI Start message
transmitted by your external sequencer.
9. When playback has ended, stop your external
The KROME's sequencer will automatically stop
recording when it receives the MIDI Stop message
transmitted by the external sequencer. You can also
stop recording by pressing the START/STOP (
button on the KROME.
After this, you can play back the newly recorded
10. In the Global P1: MIDI– MIDI Basic page, set
MIDI Clock to Internal.
Set Tempo Mode to Auto in the Seq P0: Play/REC–
Program T01–08 page.
Press the START/STOP (
Note: If the correct sounds are not selected when you
start playing back, you may be able to solve the
problem by using the menu command Event Edit (P6:
Track Edit) to re‐specify the Program Change data.
) button to set the location
) button to play back.