Erasing a PART
The erase button is used to erase a single track, part or song. When in PART mode, pressing and holding the ERASE button causes the following display:
The number 01 would actually be the currently selected part number. All 8 track LEDs will be lit. To erase the selected part, press RECORD. The display will change to:
The display will remain this way until the RECORD button is released, after which the display will return to its previous state.
Erasing a single TRACK
To erase a single track, press and hold the ERASE button (all track LEDs will light), and select the desired track number. The selected track's LED will remain lit, and the other track LEDs will turn off. Additional tracks can be selected, and their LEDs will come on. Pressing RECORD will erase any selected tracks.
Erasing selected information (notes, pitchbend, individual MIDI channel, etc.)
When erasing a track or part, it is possible to erase only selected data from a part or track. While holding the ERASE button, the page up and page down buttons below the LCD display can be used to select specific functions. If the arrow buttons are used, they will scroll through the following choices backwards or forwards depending on which button is pressed:
This feature makes it possible to erase specific data, such as the after touch on one track, without affecting the other data on that track or part. If erase after touch was selected and RECORD was pressed without selecting a track, all after touch on all eight tracks of the selected part would be erased.
Erasing a SONG
In SONG mode, holding the ERASE button will cause the following display:
Pressing the RECORD button will erase the currently selected song number. The eight track buttons are inactive when erasing songs. The page up and page down buttons are also inactive when erasing songs.
In all cases, the erase is not executed until RECORD is pressed. and will be aborted if ERASE is released before pressing RECORD. The ERASE button has no effect while a song or part is playing.