SEQ P10: Pattern/RPPR
Here, you can record and edit patterns, assign patterns to
tracks of a song, and make RPPR (Realtime Pattern Play/
Recording) settings. You can also convert drum track
patterns for use in Program, or other modes.
• You can use preset patterns, and user patterns.
Preset patterns provide patterns that are suitable for
drum tracks; you can select these patterns from any
There are one hundred user patterns for each song; you
can create and store your own patterns as desired.
• You can create the desired performance data for a track
by using the menu commands Put To Track or Copy To
Track to place or copy patterns into a track. For more
information, please see "Put To Track" on page 207.
• The RPPR function lets you assign patterns to different
keys and then trigger these patterns by pressing notes on
the keyboard and record the result onto the track in
realtime. For more information, please see "10–3: RPPR
Setup" on page 184.
• You can create user drum track patterns.
User patterns in Sequencer mode can be converted using
the menu command Convert to Drum Trk Pattern. For
more information, please see "Convert to Drum Trk
Pattern" on page 208.
Note: User patterns in Sequencer mode are not saved
internally; you must save them on an SD card, and load
them each time after powering-on. If you convert user
patterns to user drum track patterns, they will be preserved
in internal memory even when the power is turned off,
meaning that you can manage them along with programs
10–1: Pattern Edit
Here, you can record and edit patterns, and assign them to
tracks of a song. The following types of pattern operations
• User patterns can be recorded in real-time (as well as
recorded from performances generated by the
arpeggiator), step-recorded, or created using the Get
From MIDI Track command or Copy Pattern command.
You can also copy a preset pattern to a user pattern and
edit it. (You can't directly edit a preset pattern.)
• Preset patterns and user patterns can be placed in or
copied into a track.
• You can convert user patterns to drum track patterns.
10–1a: Location, Song Select, Track
Displays the current measure location of the selected
Selects a song.
The user pattern will be created in the song you select.
Selects the track that will be used to record/play the pattern
data. The pattern data will be recorded/played using the
settings of the track you select. The area at the right displays
the program bank, number, and name for the selected track.
Settings of the Master Track will be ignored. The most
recently selected Track 01–16 will be used.
10–1b: Pattern (Pattern Bank), Pattern
Select, Tempo, Metronome, Reso,
How to record a user pattern
1. Use Song Select to select the song in which you want to
create a user pattern.
2. Use Track Select to choose the sound that you will
The pattern you record will play back according to the
sound you chose in Track Select.
3. Use Pattern Bank and Pattern Select to select the User
pattern and the desired pattern number.
4. Select the menu command Pattern Parameter, and in
the dialog box, specify the number of measures and the
time signature of the pattern.
5. Check the tempo in " ".
6. If you want to record in realtime, set Reso to specify the
resolution, and press the SEQUENCER REC/WRITE
switch and then the START/STOP switch to begin
When you ﬁnish recording to the end of the measures
speciﬁed by the Pattern Parameter, you will return to the
ﬁrst measure, and can continue recording while adding
more material. For more information, please see "Loop All
Tracks" on page 138.
If you want to perform step recording, select the menu
command Step Recording (Loop Type) to open the dialog
box, and record. For more information on step recording
procedure, please see "Step Recording" on page 195 and
"Step Recording (Loop Type)" on page 206.
7. After recording, use the menu commands as desired to
edit the pattern or the events in the pattern.
[Track01...16, Master Track]