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Postby harleydyna » Mon Feb 16, 2004 1:40 am

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Postby bobby penn » Tue Jul 20, 2004 8:50 pm

don't know what modelmyour'e usin i use a yamaha psr 740 with disc. if ya record accm. and assign the same channels you are playin all channels from the key board to all channels selected resultin in all channels gettin the same thing. i found the only way to do it is to record each channel in accm individually by muting all channels in accm but the one you want in otherwords if ya start with drums select channel 10 in cakewalk and mute all but drums in accm or take off the other channel sends in keyboard do this for each part if it got 8 parts you got 8 takes be sure and use keyboard click so ya know when to come in only way i found to do it unless ya got a built in floppy then ya can record in the board and put it into cakewalw and it will separate tracks, if theres a better way let me know....bobby
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keyboard record

Postby bobby penn » Tue Jul 20, 2004 8:53 pm

don't know what modelmyour'e usin i use a yamaha psr 740 with disc. if ya record accm. and assign the same channels you are playin all channels from the key board to all channels selected resultin in all channels gettin the same thing. i found the only way to do it is to record each channel in accm individually by muting all channels in accm but the one you want in otherwords if ya start with drums select channel 10 in cakewalk and mute all but drums in accm or take off the other channel sends in keyboard do this for each part if it got 8 parts you got 8 takes be sure and use keyboard click so ya know when to come in only way i found to do it unless ya got a built in floppy then ya can record in the board and put it into cakewalw and it will separate tracks, if theres a better way let me know....bobby
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