Pattern Record mode
Reference Pattern mode
This convenient feature lets you automatically quantize
the notes in real time, as you record. Quantize aligns the
timing of note events to the nearest beat. This parameter
determines whether real-time Quantize is on or not, and
the resolution to which the notes will be aligned.
❏Settings: off, 60 (32nd note), 80 (16th note triplet), 120
(16th note), 160 (8th note triplet), 240 (8th
note), 320 (1/4 note triplet), 480 (1/4 note)
This parameter is available when the Recording Type is set
to “step.” This lets you specify the event type to be
❏Settings: note, p.bend (pitch bend), CC#000~#119
Determines the Pattern tempo.
❏Settings: 001.0 ~300.0
● [F2] Pattern Record Voice
From this display you can set voice-related
parameters for the selected track. The settings
made here affect the tone generator parts whose
MIDI receive channels match the MIDI transmit
channel of the song track. The voice set here
becomes the phrase voice (page 52).
Parameters are the same as in the Song Record
mode. See page 188.
● [F3] Pattern Record Arpeggio
From this display you can set various Arpeggio-
related parameters for the selected track.
Parameters are the same as in the Song Record mode.
See page 189.
The explanations here apply to steps #5 - #6 of the
Basic Procedure on page 222.
■ Realtime Recording
See “Quick Start Guide” on page 103.
■ Step Recording
If you press the [F] button in step #5 of the Basic
Procedure on page 222 , the Event display appears and
you can input individual events one by one. The
method for inputting events is the same as in Step
recording in the Song mode. See pages 183 ~ 186.
Determines whether Arpeggio playback
data is recorded to the track or not.
(Press the [F4] button.)