On the Bert Smorenberg video that I mentioned it looks like he has a performance set up and then selects the parts to overdub on each pass with the physical part buttons - its hard to tell exactly as you can't see his hands, some guys head is in the way and it's not in English but he definitely looks like he's selecting something on the right hand side of the keyboard.
So for example I might want to lay down a drum rhythm initially as a single part performance on a single track say track #1. Then add base on track #2 for example. Then, If I were to add the a multi-part performance such as the CFX then I'd need to switch back to keyboard control so that all of the associated CFX parts get recorded simultaneously as desired to their respective tracks. I'd need to log those track assignments #3 thru #7 (forget the number of parts for CFX) as not to get confused. I'd have to make certain that the tracks that I did not want to be recorded-over were turned off when recording a multi-part section of the song. I assume that I can jump back and forth between "part control" record and "keyboard control" record as required for the same song?
So far the best I can do is play the Montage and record the audio which isn't a bad way and it's probably the fastest.Yes, indeed, it is the fastest and the most common kind of recording. If there was a brand new (real) Cathedral organ that you wanted to add, or if you had the entire Seattle symphony orchestra over to your house, it wouldn't be any question, that recording audio would be the fastest and not a bad way at all, to record these things. I'm trying to get you to smile...
Phil wrote: I have seen Bert Smorenberg do exactly this on YouTube - starting with one track and then adding successive tracks - its not in English but I definitely hear the word "overdub"
Robby wrote:Press [UTILITY] > "Contents" > "Data Utility" > your Songs are in the Song folder. Touch the folder to enter it.
how do you delete a song?