Auto: The tempo will follow the tempo of the Master Track.
The tempo of the master track can be speciﬁed by using
"Event Edit" (5.2–1b) with Master Track chosen in "Track
Select," (1.1–1c) or by the REC operation described below.
When Auto is selected, it will not be possible to modify the
" (Tempo)" setting while a song is playing or recording (or
Manu (Manual): The " (Tempo)" setting will be used.
REC: Tempo changes will be recorded on the Master Track.
This can be selected if you set "Track Select" (1.1–1c) to T01–
T016 and press the [REC/WRITE] key to enter Recording
Start recording and adjust the " " (Tempo)" value, or use the
REALTIME CONTROLS C-mode [TEMPO] knob to adjust
This cannot be selected when the 1.1–6: Preferences page
item "REC Setup" is set to Loop All Tracks.
Tempo changes can also be created using "Event Edit" (5.2–
1b) or "Create/Ers. Ctrl" (5.2–1b).
If you wish to record only the tempo changes, set "REC
Setup" (1.1–6a) to OverDub, and the tempo will be
recorded on the master track without being affected by
the musical data of "Track Select."
1.1–1b: Song Select
Indicates the song that you wish to record or play.
If you wish to create a new song, you can either select a
number from the popup menu for which the song name is
blank, or use the numeric keys – to directly specify the
song number, then press the [ENTER] key to access the dia-
log box, and ﬁnally press the [F8] ("OK") key.
If you wish to change the length of the song after creat-
ing it, execute "Set Song Length" ( p.81, 5.2–1b).
When you create a new song, you may wish to set it
somewhat longer than you expect to need; then when
you are ﬁnished recording and editing, you can use
"Set Song Length" to specify the correct length.
If "MIDI Clock" (GLOBAL 2.1–1a) is Internal, changing
the song will cause Song Select and Song Position
Pointer messages to be transmitted. If "MIDI Clock" is
External, Song Select messages can be received from
the speciﬁed source to change songs. When the song
changes, tracks whose track status ("Status" (3.1–1a)) is
EXT, EX2 or BTH will transmit Bank Select, Program
Change, Volume, Panpot, Poramento, Send1, 2, Post
IFX Pan, and Post IFX send 1, 2 messages on the MIDI
channel of the respective track.
1.1–1c: RPPR (Real-time Pattern Play/Rec), Track
Select, Selected Track Information
This turns the RPPR (Real-time Pattern Play/Recording)
function on/off. RPPR lets you assign a pattern to each note
of the keyboard, so that the pattern will playback (or be
recorded) when you press the appropriate key.
On (checked): The RPPR function will be on. If a pattern has
been assigned to each key in the 5.1–2: RPPR Setup page,
pressing that key will perform the assigned pattern ( 5.1–2:
[Auto, Manu, REC]
T01–T16: Select the track(s) that will record or play song
The track name can be speciﬁed using the "Rename Track"
When you perform real-time recording on a single track, the
musical data will be recorded on the track you select here.
When you perform real-time recording on two or more
tracks simultaneously ( "Multi REC" 1.1–6a), the "PLAY/
MUTE/REC" (1.1–2(3)b) will select the recording track,
regardless of the setting you make here.
Master Track: Select the master track when you wish to use
the 5.2–1: Track Edit page menu commands to edit the
tempo track. When using real-time recording or step record-
ing, it is not possible to record the master track alone.
Selected Track Information
This shows information on the "Track Select" that is cur-
rently selected for editing.
T (Track) No.: Bank No.: Prog No. and name
This displays the track number, and the bank, number, and
name of the program selected for that track.
This shows the MIDI channel number speciﬁed for the track.
For details on how to select the desired utility function, refer
to "PROG 1.1–1c: UTILITY."
This displays the remaining amount of sequencer memory.
Solo Selected Track
The Solo function will alternate on/off each time you select
When checked, the Solo function will be turned on, and
only the currently selected track will sound. Other tracks
will be muted. To solo another track, select a parameter of
the desired track. "Selected Track Information" (1.1–1c) will
To defeat the Solo function, select the "Solo Selected Track"
page menu command once again.
[T01...T16: name, Master Track]
When you play the keyboard of this instrument and
operate its controllers, the internal tone generator will
sound according to the settings (program, level etc.) of
the tracks that are selected here (if "Status" 3.1–1a is
INT or BTH), and other tracks whose MIDI channels
match will also sound at the same time (if "Status" is
INT or BTH). Messages will also be transmitted on the
MIDI channels of these tracks (whose "Status" is EXT,
EX2 or BTH).
Even if multiple "SOLO On/Off" (1.1–2(3)b) settings
are On, turning on the Solo function here and selecting
"SOLO On/Off" or the parameter of another track will
cause only that track to be soloed and sounded.
If any tracks that have been muted by the Solo function
have a "Status" (3.1–1a) setting of EXT, EX2, or BTH,
the MIDI note-on/off messages of that track will not be