5. Since you want the tracks you play via RPPR and
the track you play from the keyboard to be
recorded at the same time, check the Multi REC
Note: If Recording Setup is set to Loop All Tracks, it
will not be possible to select Multi REC. Set the
Recording Setup to Overwrite (see page 60).
6. Press the SEQUENCER REC (●) button to enter
7. For the tracks you will be recording (MIDI Track 1,
2), press Play/Rec/Mute to make them indicate
Make sure that the tracks you're not recording are
indicated as Play or Mute.
8. Press the LOCATE (
9. Press the START/STOP (
press a key that plays an RPPR pattern.
Then press the key where the RPPR pattern playback is
If the key where the RPPR is assigned is pressed
during the pre‐count before recording, RPPR pattern
playback will start the moment that recording begins
after the pre‐count.
Record the RPPR pattern playback and keyboard
When recording the playback of patterns triggered
by RPPR, the timing of the recorded events may be
slightly skewed. If this occurs, try setting REC
Resolution to a setting other than Hi.
10. When you are finished performing, press the
Recording will end, and the sequencer will return to
the location where recording began.
If you made a mistake during your performance or
would like to re‐record, you can use the Compare
function (press the COMPARE button) to re‐record as
many times as you wish.
11. If you want to record other tracks, un‐check the
Multi REC (See step 5) or "RPPR" (See step 4)
check boxes as necessary.
Creating an RPPR pattern Realtime-recording an RPPR performance
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