Reso (Realtime REC Quantize Resolution)
With realtime-recording, the timing of the MIDI data you
play can be corrected.
Hi (High Resolution): Timing will not be corrected. Data
will be recorded at the maximum resolution ( /192).
3 – : Data will be corrected to the nearest interval of the
speciﬁed timing as it is recorded. For example if you select
3, data will be corrected to the nearest 32nd-note triplet
interval. If you select , data will be corrected to the nearest
quarter note interval.
With a setting of
Because all the MIDI data being recorded will be corrected
to the speciﬁed timing resolution, coarse settings of this
parameter will cause continuous controllers such as pitch
bend to be recorded in "stair-step" fashion.
In such cases, use a setting of Hi to record, and then use the
Quantize menu command to correct only the desired type of
data (notes etc.). To avoid a stiff feel, avoid recording at a
low resolution to begin with.
This turns the RPPR (Realtime Pattern Play/ Recording)
function on/off. RPPR lets you assign a pattern to each note
of the keyboard, so that the pattern will playback (or be
recorded) when you press the appropriate key.
On (checked): The RPPR function will be on. If a pattern has
been assigned to each key in the P5: RPPR Setup page,
pressing that key will perform the assigned pattern. For
more information, please see "10–3: RPPR Setup" on
0–1–1(2)b: Track Program Select
Select Track Info
Selected Track Info
This page displays information about the track you're
editing. T: indicates the MIDI track number/program bank/
number/name. Ch: indicates the MIDI channel number, and
RPPR (Assign): indicates the key number that will start the
RPPR assigned to the track.
RPPR (Assign) will not show all of the assignments if there
are many RPPR assignments. The P10: Pattern/RPPR–
Pattern Edit page lets you see all of the assignments.
As expected, this indicates the track number. Below each
track number are its corresponding track parameters.
This shows the abbreviated category name of the Program
assigned to the track.
Track 01 (Track Number):
This shows the MIDI track number. The parameters below
this let you set the parameters for the track.
SEQ P0–1: Play/REC 0–1–1: Program T01–08, 0–1–2: Program T09–16
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Category (Track Program)
Here, you can select a category and sub-category to choose
the MIDI track's program. All programs are organized into
up to 18 categories and 8 sub-categories. Choose the desired
category and sub-category to select the program you desire.
Press this popup button to access the Category/Program
Select menu, and choose a program.
Category/Track Program Select menu:
Here, you can select the program for each track by main
category and sub-category. All programs are classiﬁed into a
maximum of eighteen main categories, and each category is
classiﬁed into eight sub-categories. You can select programs
using these main categories and sub-categories.
• Press Category and use the Category/Track Program
Select menu to select a program.
For the procedure, please see "Category/Program Select
menu:" on page 3.
GM, g(1)...g(9), g(d): 001...128]
Selects the program that will be used by each MIDI track.
The lower line displays part of the program name.
The program you select here will be used when the song is
played or recorded from the beginning. If the program is
changed while recording, the program change will be
recorded as MIDI data, and the program will change during
playback. You can also change the program manually
during playback. However, the program will change at any
point where program change data is already recorded.
If the Status (Seq 3–1(2)c) is either INT or BTH,
programs can be selected by receiving MIDI program
change messages. Also, when the song is changed or
when the song returns to the beginning, tracks whose
Status is EXT, EX2 or BTH will transmit the bank and
program numbers via MIDI. Tracks whose Status is
EX2 will show Bank as "–" and will transmit the bank
number that was selected in the Bank Select (Seq 3–
1(2)c) parameter. (See Global P1: MIDI, SEQ Mode
"Track MIDI Out" on page 222)
Various ways to change the program for a track
• Choose Program Select, use numeric keys 0–9 to input a
program number, and press the ENTER switch.
• Choose Program Select, and turn the VALUE dial or use
the q/u switches.
• If you've chosen Program Select, the front-panel PROG
BANK A–GM switches will change the program bank
for the selected track. The BANK switch for the bank
containing the selected program will light.
• Use the Bank/Program Select menu to view and select
programs by bank.
• Use the Category/Program Select menu to view and
select programs by category.
• Transmit MIDI program change messages from a
connected external MIDI device (if the track Status is
INT or BTH).
• You can also use the above methods to switch programs
while a song is playing. If you switch programs while
recording, the program change data will be recorded,
and the program will switch at that point in the song
during playback. You can also use the menu command
Event Edit to add program change data to a track.
Use this to mute a MIDI track, or to select the recording
tracks for multi-track recording.
[Play, Rec, Mute]