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Using sequencer live as scratch recorder?

 
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 24, 2011 2:25 pm    Post subject: Using sequencer live as scratch recorder? Reply with quote

I've never used sequencer in a keyboard, but I'm wondering if it might be useful for me, since it looks like I'll end up having one in the Kronos anyway...

I am intrigued by the possibility of hitting "record" at every gig, so when I fall into some really nice improv, I can go back and work with it later.

I wonder if there is some "mark" function that could be accessed in real time during recording, which I could hit to mark a good spot I want to go back to when I'm done? Maybe it could even be done with a foot switch?

It would be fine if it was just recording the MIDI data of what I had been playing, though it would also be cool if it could simultaneously record audio from the line in, so as to also record parts of the performance not being generated by the Kronos itself (vocal, whatever).

Can this be done? Or should I move this to the "What's missing in Kronos" thread? Wink
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