Soloing a track
Soloing a track
Opposite to the above, you may want to make a single track of a Standard MIDI File play alone. This
is called the Solo function.
While the Song is playing, keep the SHIFT button pressed and touch the track you want
to listen to in Solo mode.
To set all tracks back to the Play status, keep the SHIFT button pressed again, and
touch the track that is currently in Solo mode.
Please remember that you can also use the Solo function in Style Play and Sequencer mode. The
Solo command can also be selected from the page menu.
Removing the Melody track from a Standard MIDI File or the Lead
Vocal from an MP3 file
If you want to sing along with a Song (in Standard MIDI File or MP3 format), you can remove the
Melody track or the Lead Vocal from the Song. Please note that removing the Lead Vocal from an
MP3 file may be more or less effective, depending on the Song.
Programming the Assignable Switches
Program the Assignable Switches as the Song-Melody and Vocal Remover switches.
Press the MENU button, and choose the "Pad/Assignable Switch" section. Then touch the
Switch tab to open the "Switch" page. While in this page, assign the Song-Melody function to the
ASSIGNABLE SWITCH 1, and the Vocal Remover function to the ASSIGNABLE SWITCH 2:
Press the EXIT button to return to the main page of the Song Play mode.
Using the Assignable Switches with a Song
Assign a Song (either in Standard MIDI File or MP3 format) to Player 1.
Start Player 1.
Press the ASSIGNABLE SWITCH 1 to mute the Melody track, or the ASSIGNABLE
SWITCH 2 to activate the Vocal Remover, and remove the Melody track or the original
lead singer's voice.
Listen how the Melody track disappears. If it is the wrong track, continue to the instructions
below to select a different track.
Or, listen to how the original lead singer's voice is reduced or totally removed.
Hint: You can open this
page by keeping the SHIFT
button pressed and pressing
one of the ASSIGNABLE
Note: The Assignable
Switches' assignment can be
saved into each Performance