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Hi, I am new to casios. I got it because it was light, had speakers and can be battery powered. I lke sequencers and thought I could use it to rough out tunes but the sequencer shuts off when I try to record a track. Is there any way to keep the metronome on? I mean, it makes sense to be exactly in time even for editing purposes and adding tracks.
Hello, when I reduce the metronome volume in the balance section and then I save the current registration, at next switch on of the PX 560, the reduced metronome volume value is lost (back to 127). Is that normal or what is needed to store the metronome volume in a registration?
Hi, Have no problem using the metronome when recording MIDI phrases onto PADS. But when using the MZ-X500's metronome when recording short audio (mike) vocals to PADS, for some reason, the recorded PAD includes the sound of the metronome. How do I prevent the sound of the metronome from being included in recording? thank-you
adrianstime88 posted a topic in Other CTK/WK ModelsI cant seem to find a simple way to play the metronome from the keyboard without any other features. Just metronome. DOes the WK1630 have this feature?
114 downloadsThis package enables to have metronom with each StageSetup It includes a Song "Metonome" and the Phrase "Metronome". With this "Song" you will have a 99 Bar Metronome. You could have more if, you multiply the phrase in a external Midi Sequencer. If you run out, simply press "Start" again. This is my first test, building a package. I hope this works for you. A package ZPK contains more than one file. In this case it replaces (without asking) Song 9 (please save a Song if you have one already in that location) It replaces the phrase 999 (please save phrase 999 if you already have used it9 Load the PC Editor and select "Package Transfer. Then drag the file from Windows File Manager to the left side "PC Package Files" Then select "Metronomesong.ZPK" and cklick on the blue arrow between the windows. Ralf