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#1333149 - 12/24/09 03:32 PM Recording multiple tracks from Yamaha DGX 620/630
SaP Offline
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Registered: 12/24/09
Posts: 4
Hi, I am new here. I want to assemble a multiple track song on a DGX 620, and record the tracks separately. On my oy old Yamaha Clavinova, I could do this by simply turning off the volume of the the other tracks when recording the selected one(s).. On the new DGX I can not do this, apparently. I can record and rmove tracks only. So my question is, once I recorded all the tracks, how do I play-record them separately? Cheers, Satya.

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#1333398 - 12/25/09 02:43 AM Re: Recording multiple tracks from Yamaha DGX 620/630 [Re: SaP]
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Registered: 04/14/09
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Loc: The Netherlands
You can record 5 melody tracks, and a separate accompaniment track (the 'A' track).

To enable or disable playing of a track: tap the number of the track (the big black buttons to the left of the screen). In the bottom right of the screen you can see which tracks are selected for playing (marked with small rectangle around number), and which track is selected for recording (marked with a filled rectangle).

To clear a track, press Clear together with the track number.

For recording, press record together with the track number.
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#1334662 - 12/27/09 12:40 PM Re: Recording multiple tracks from Yamaha DGX 620/630 [Re: oudeis]
SaP Offline
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Thx, it works!! One more question: How can I record the rhytm (drums) of a style without the harmony? (Btw, I do read the manual also, just do not find the answers..:) )... Tx in advance. Satya

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#1334667 - 12/27/09 12:47 PM Re: Recording multiple tracks from Yamaha DGX 620/630 [Re: SaP]
oudeis Offline
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Registered: 04/14/09
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I've only recorded solo-piano pieces, so I have no clue if it's at all possible.

If you have a PC nearby, you could try to record on your PC in MIDI, and edit the recording on the PC to disable the style's melody channel. Make sure to enable the 'style out' option in th DGX630.
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#1334772 - 12/27/09 04:13 PM Re: Recording multiple tracks from Yamaha DGX 620/630 [Re: oudeis]
SaP Offline
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Registered: 12/24/09
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Tx, this was quick.

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#1339164 - 01/02/10 11:46 AM Re: Recording multiple tracks from Yamaha DGX 620/630 [Re: SaP]
SaP Offline
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Registered: 12/24/09
Posts: 4
Just a feedback: It worked as you suggested. Tx again. FYI: It was the Tiger Rag smile

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