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Korg Pa300 User Manual: Record Mode: Step Record Page

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Record mode: Step Record page

Record mode: Step Record page
The Step Record allows you to create a new Song by entering sin-
gle notes or chords to each track. This is very useful when tran-
scribing an existing score, or needing a higher grade of detail,
and is particularly suitable to create drum and percussion tracks.
To access this page, select the "Overdub Step Recording" or
"Overwrite Step Recording" command from the page menu.
In Overdub Step Recording mode you will add to existing
events, while in Overwrite Step Recording mode you will over-
write all existing events.
Page sub-header
Page header
Step
time
Buttons
See "Step Record procedure" below, for information on the
record procedure.
Page header
This line shows the current operating mode.
Page sub-header
Track
Name of the selected track in record.
Tr01...Tr16
Song track.
Pos (Position)
This is the position of the event (note, rest or chord) to be
inserted.
Step Time area
Step Time
Length of the event to be inserted.
...
Note value.
Standard (–) Standard value of the selected note.
Dot (.)
Augments the selected note length by one half of
its value.
Triplet (3)
Triplet value of the selected note.
Note parameter area
Meter
Meter (Time Signature) of the current measure. This parameter
cannot be edited. You can set a Meter change by using the Insert
function of the Edit menu, and inserting a new series of mea-
sures with a different Meter (see "Song Edit: Cut/Insert Mea-
sures" on page 142).
Free Memory
Available memory for recording.
Duration
Note parameters
Relative duration of the inserted note. The percentage is always
referred to the step value.
50%
85%
100%
Velocity
Set this parameter before entering a note or chord. This will be
the playing strength (i.e., velocity value) of the event to be
inserted.
Kbd
Event list
1...127
Event list area
List of inserted events
Previously inserted events. You may delete the last of these
events, and make it ready for a new event, by touching the Back
button in the display.
Position
Note/RX Noise
Vel.
Dur.%
Buttons
Rest
Touch this button to insert a rest.
Staccato.
Ordinary articulation.
Legato.
Keyboard. You can select this parameter, by turn-
ing the VALUE DIAL all counter-clockwise.
When this option is selected, the playing strength
of the note played on the keyboard is recognized
and recorded.
Velocity value. The event will be inserted with
this velocity value, and the actual playing
strength of the note played on the keyboard will
be ignored.
Position where the event has been inserted. The
value is shown in the "measure.beat.tick" format.
Name of the inserted Note or RX Noise. When
entering a chord, a series of dots is shown after
the name of the root note.
Velocity of the inserted event.
Percentage duration of the inserted event.

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