Step Backing Sequence procedure
Here is the general Step Backing Sequence recording procedure.
Hint: Before entering Step Backing Sequence mode to edit an exist-
ing Song, select the "Save Song" command from the page menu,
and save the Song to a storage device. This way, you will have a
copy of the Song, in case you don't like the results of your editing.
While in Sequencer mode, press the RECORD button, and
choose the "Step Backing Sequence" recording option.
Select the Measure parameter, and go to the desired posi-
tion in the Song, by using the VALUE DIAL. Alternatively,
you can move the locator using the "soft" transport buttons
in the display. See ""Soft" transport buttons" on page 188.
Select the parameter type (Style, Performance, Tempo...) to
insert, edit or delete at the current position. If an arrow ( )
appears next to a parameter, the shown event has been
inserted at the current position.
Use the VALUE DIAL to modify the selected event. Delete
it by touching the Del button next to the event. When edit-
ing a parameter without the arrow ( ) next to it, a new
event is inserted at the current position.
Exit the Step Backing Sequence recording mode, by touch-
ing the Done button in the display.
(PLAY/STOP) in the PLAYER 1 section to lis-
ten to the result of your editing. If it is fine, save the Song to
a storage device.
From any page, press the MENU button to open the Sequencer edit
menu. This menu gives access to the various Sequencer edit sections.
When in the menu, select an edit section, or press EXIT to exit
When in an edit page, press EXIT or the SEQUENCER button to
go back to the main page of the Sequencer operating mode.
Each item in this menu corresponds to an edit section. Each edit
section groups various edit pages, that may be selected by touch-
ing the corresponding tab on the lower part of the display.
Edit page structure
All edit pages share some basic elements.
This indicates that the instrument is in Sequencer mode.
This identifies the current edit section, corresponding to one of
the items of the edit menu (see "Edit menu" on page 189).
Page menu icon
Touch this icon to open the page menu (see "Page menu" on
Each page contains various parameters. Use the tabs to select
one of the pages. For detailed information on the various types
of parameters, see sections starting below.