4. In the P0: Play/REC– Audio Track Mixer page, set
REC Source to REC1 so that the signal of the REC
bus will be recorded on audio track 1.
Audio Track 1 REC Source: REC1
5. In the P0: Play/REC Preference page, set "Track
Select" to Audio Track 01.
The remaining steps are the same as step 3 and
following of the preceding section "Recording an
external audio source on audio track 1." Please refer
to that section for details.
Punch-in recording an external input
source on an audio track
In this example, we'll show how to punch‐in record a
portion of the track you recorded in "Recording an
external input source on audio track 1."
Don't change the P0: Play/REC– Audio Input/
Sampling page "Audio Input" settings, the P0: Play/
REC– Preference page "Recording Setup (Audio
Track)" settings, or the "P0: Play/REC– Audio Track
Mixer page REC Source settings. We will use these
settings as they are.
1. In the P0: Play/REC– Preference page, make sure
that Audio Track 01 is selected for the "Track
2. Use Recording Setup to specify how recording
In this example, choose punch‐in recording.
"Auto Punch In": on
"M***–M***": Specify the range of measures for
which you want to record.
AUDIO TRK 01 Name, Take, Take No.: Specify the
region and wave file name that you want to record.
Note: If you set Recording Setup to Auto Punch In
and set "M***–M***" to the desired range of
measures, playback will occur until that range of
measures, and then only the specified range of
measures will be recorded.
If you set Recording Setup to Manual Punch In, the
measures you specify by pressing the SEQUENCER
REC/WRITE switch or foot switch will be recorded.
In this case, press the SEQUENCER START/STOP
switch to play back the song. When you reach the
measure at which you want to start recording, press
the SEQUENCER REC/WRITE switch or the foot
switch to begin recording. When you reach the
measure at which you want to stop recording, press
the REC/WRITE switch or foot switch once again;
recording will end.
If desired, you can simulate the action of recording
without actually recording. This will function just as if
you were recording, but no audio event, region, or
WAVE file will be created.
3. In "Recording Setup (Audio Track)," check the
4. Use "Location" to specify the location at which
you want to start recording. Set this several
measures earlier than the region you specified for
5. Press the SEQUENCER REC/WRITE switch.
You will enter record‐ready mode.
Once you press the SEQUENCER REC/WRITE
switch, you will be unable to change the audio track
selection in "Track Select."
6. Press the SEQUENCER START/STOP switch.
Playback will begin from the measure specified by
"Location," and simulated recording will occur only
in the range of measures specified by "M***‐M***".
Then playback will resume, and will continue to the
end of the song.
Note: If the "Recording Setup (Audio Track)"
parameter "Auto Input" is Off, you will always be
able to hear the REC Source. For more information,
see "Auto Input" on page 485 of the Parameter
7. Press the SEQUENCER START/STOP switch to