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Cant use rythem track because demo always plays

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Think i had same problem; i deleted the annoying demo song ! try it and see.
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Well friend,
According to page 24 of the manual here http://support.casio.com/pdf/008/ap_45_e.pdf
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Studio Recording at Home; Part 1


For all of the musicians who want to record their demo, or even your next album, without paying pricey studio fees, this is the tip for you!<br /><br />First, let me say that it doesn't matter what DAW software you're using, as long as you're familiar with it and can navigate it easily.<br /><br />For that "full" sound that you hear on most recordings on CD and radio, here's a what you've gotta do:<br /><br />4 guitar tracks (two for each side of the stereo image, pan two out just a bit farther than the others).<br /><br />2 bass tracks (one recorded direct in [DI], the other amped)<br /><br />A single drum track<br /><br />Vocals to taste<br /><br />For the guitars, if you don't have an amp, or the equipment to record an amped guitar, there are plenty of amp simulation programs available. If you are using an amp, you'll want to place the mic in front of the amp, slightly to the side, pointed at the midway point between the center and the edge of the speaker.<br /><br />For bass, recording DI without a DI box can be a pain. That's where the amp sims come into play. Record two tracks simultaneously, and only apply the amp sim to one track.<br /><br /><br />That's all for this tip. Stay tuned for part Deux of Studio Recording at Home!<br />

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Remove power supply or battery for 5 minutes. Apply power while holding the on switch in, this usually resets most electronic devices to their factory default condition. Then look again.

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How to open 3 demo pieces of Technics SX-PC10 Digital Piano?


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If you are meaning to try to DOWNLOAD via MIDI or other those demo pieces that is USUALLY not possible as the pieces are stored in a ROM which is inaccessible via MIDI or USB.

They OFTEN don''t even send them out on the MIDI port when playing them.

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I can record anything to a cd with my boss 1180 br it always say


Im Guessing Your Trying To Burn It Off Before Mastering It Which Means All The Tracks Between 1 And 10. First You Click Audio Cd Write/Play Then Select Disc At Once And Then It Should Guide You From There. I Hope This Helps
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I have a boss 1600 and ive used it in the way that sounds similar to you situation.It sounds like you have overdubbed track 1 to next track.If you dont want to hear track 1 while rec. track 2 turn fader down, unless you have already recorded or overdubbed 1 to 2.You should be able to hear track 1 unless you turn fader down or cancel tracksound for the time being.track 1 swhould be heard but it wont be re-recorded youll only hear it unless you turn fader down.Thats how mine works anyway.It lets you hear it if you want but wont record until you song save or during bounce nd mixdown.Then you select the tracks and or the virtual track you want to use.Id try to undo or stat again and read about the overdubb in manual.Im sure youll figure it out.I cant hardly imagine what all that 8800 has and is capable of doing.But ive seen one and i think the midi devices work alot alike.Hope you get it.Praisehim316.

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