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Last Update: 03/16/2012
TIP: Once recording on a MIDI Track of the Keyboard is completed, the Song returns to the first measure. However, recording can be started and ended at specific measures within the Track, if desired. This is called Punch In/Out Recording. NOTE: In order for Punch In/Out Recording to work, there must be something to punch into. In other words, this can only be done on Track that already has data on it, not a blank Track. Punch In/Punch Out Recording 1) Select a desired Song. 2) Press [FUNCTION] 3) Press the [F] 'DIGITAL RECORDING' button. 4) Press the [A] SONG CREATOR button. 5) Select the Channel (Track) to be punched in and out of by simultaneously holding the [REC] button while pressing the '1' - '8' [^] or [v] toggle button which corresponds to that Channel in the screen. The selected Channel will display 'REC' in the screen. 6) Select a Part that the Channel will be recording from: EXAMPLE: The MAIN Voice section of the keyboard for Channel 1. a) Press and hold [REC], then press one of the 1 8 [^] or [v] toggle buttons for the desired Channel. b) Use the [C] ^ and [D] v buttons to select a Part. 7) Select the REC MODE tab at the top of the screen by pressing [TAB >] 8) Press the 1 button to select PUNCH IN AT in the screen. 9) Press the 3 button to select the desired Punch In measure. 10) Press the 4 button to select PUNCH OUT AT in the screen. 11) Press the 6 button to select the desired Punch Out measure. 12) In the SONG section of the front panel, press the [START/STOP] button to begin recording in the selected section of the Track.
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