Selects the track that will record/play the pattern data.
( ☞ 1.1–1c)
The program bank, number, and name of the selected track
will be displayed at the right.
5–1–1b: Pattern, Metro. (Metronome)
Pattern (Pattern Bank)
Indicates the type of pattern.
If you select Preset, recording will not be possible. You will
be able to select and execute the utility menu commands
"Copy Pattern," "Bounce Pattern," "Put To Track," and
"Copy To Track."
Indicates the pattern. User patterns can be renamed by the
utility menu command "Rename Pattern."
Speciﬁes the playback tempo of the pattern. Refer to "
Speciﬁes a correction to the timing when real-time recording
a pattern. (☞1.1–1a "Reso (Resolution)")
Deletes unwanted musical data while recording a pattern.
(☞p.1.1–6a "Remove Data")
The metronome parameters you specify here are linked with
the 1.1: Play/REC, Preference page Metronome parameters
Speciﬁes whether the metronome will sound during record-
ing or playback. (☞1.1–6a "Sound (Metronome Sound)")
Speciﬁes the number of measures in the pre-count before
recording begins. (☞1.1–6a "Precount")
Speciﬁes the volume of the metronome. (☞1.1–6a "Level")
BUS (BUS Select)
Speciﬁes the output destination of the metronome sound.
■ 5.1–1c: UTILITY
☞"Memory Status," "Rename Track" (1.1–1d)
For details on how to select the desired utility function, refer
to "PROG 1.1–1c: UTILITY."
[Hi, 3 ... ]
[REC Only, REC/Play, Off]
[L/R, L, R, 1, 2, 1/2]
Press the [F5] ("Name") key to access the dialog box, and
rename the selected pattern.
You may input up to sixteen characters. (☞OG p.44)
Step Rec (Loop)
Here you can perform step recording into a pattern.
This is available when a user pattern is selected.
1 In "Pattern Bank" and "Pattern Select," specify the pat-
tern. By default, the pattern length is one measure. If you
wish to change the number of measures in the pattern,
set the Utility "Pattern Param."
2 Select the "Step Rec (Loop)" to access the dialog box.
Location within the
measure (beat, clock)
3 The remaining steps are the same as when step recording
a track. Refer to steps 3 and following of "Step Record-
ing" (5.2–1b). However, step recording a pattern differs
from step recording a track in that when you reach the
end of the pattern, you will automatically return to the
beginning of the pattern and continue recording, allow-
ing you to add more data.
Here you can edit individual events of the musical data in a
pattern that you input.
Use "Pattern Bank" and "Pattern Select" to specify the pat-
tern that you wish to edit.
For the remaining steps, refer to "Event Edit" (5.2–1b).
Pattern Param. (Pattern Parameter)
This command speciﬁes the number of measures and the
time signature of the selected pattern.
1 Use "Pattern Bank" and "Pattern Select" to specify the
2 Select "Pattern Param." to access the dialog box.
3 In "Length," specify the number of measures in the pat-
4 In "Meter," specify the time signature of the pattern.
However, this time signature is only temporary, and
when you "put" the pattern in a track of a song, the pat-
tern will play according to the time signature of that mea-
5 To execute the Pattern Parameter settings, press the [F8]
("OK") key. To cancel, press the [F7] ("Cancel") key.
Length (beat, clock)