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Easy Way to Make Sequencer by Using Composer

Composer usually used for making style in your KN7000, but now i’ll tell you how to use composer for making sequencer with regular style (usually a song with some repetition).

First of all, you need to arrange the song structure and assign a composer variation for it. Calculate measure of each song variation. The structure is depend to your song. Example:

Introduction -> Memory A – Intro 1 (if the song was major, use intro 1 major. 8 measures)
Song 1 -> Memory A - Vari 1 (8 measures)
Short Intro -> Memory A - Fill in 1 (4 measures)
Song 2 -> Memory A - Vari 2 (8 measures)
Intro to Reff -> Memory A - Vari 3 (8 measures)
Reff -> Memory A - Vari 4 (8 measures)
Chorus -> Memory B - Vari 1 (4 measures)
Break -> Memory B - Fill in 1 (1 measure)
Ending -> Memory B - Ending 1 (major/minor)

Then we begin to arrange the music using the structure that arranged as above…

[b]1. Composing Introduction[/b]
First, compose the Song Introduction at Memory A – Intro 1 by 8 measures long. You only need to compose the Drums, Bass, Accomp 1 (Piano) and Accomp 2 (Guitar). The composition was base style for the song.

[b]2. Composing Other Variation[/b]
Copy “Memory A – Intro 1” to “Memory A – Vari 1” (this was used to copy sound part assignment to new memory variaton in order to shorten assigning sound to each part). Then clear each part by selecting each part and clear it.
In “Memory Variation”, you only need 1 measure first to make the drums. Example: 8 Beat Style. Compose your drums using 1 measure then increase the measure to 8. The drums will be copied automatically as 8 measrues long. Then compose other parts according to your song chord. Do this step to other variations.

[b]3. Record Your Song Structure[/b]
Record your song using “Easy Record”, order by the structure of your song. Example: Start with “Memory A – Intro 1” then “Memory A – Vari 1”, ….. , “Memory B – Ending 1”.

[b]4. Record Other Instruments[/b]
Record other instruments by using “Realtime Record” in “Sequencer Menu”. Complete your song arrangement.

[b]5. Mixing Your Composer[/b]
This is time to mixing your composer until you are satisfied with it. This include Panning, Equalizing, Level Balancing or recompose some variation (don’t change the measure long).

[b]6. Convert Your Composer To Sequencer Track[/b]
Use “APC to SMF Convert” to move your composer to the sequencer tracks. Assign an empty track for each part in your composer part (Eg. Drums -> Track 10, Bass -> Track 11, Accomp 1 -> Track 12, Etc).

[b]7. Mixing Your Sequencer Track[/b]
After the composer was moved to the sequencer track, you can now adjust some setting for each part on sequencer track or add some composition to your music.

8. Save Your Composition
Now, you can save your music composition either to SD-Card or Disk. You can turn off the “Composer” at “Save” screen on “Page 2” because the composer was not needed.

This article was another tips that usually I used for making sequencer. Actually, the way is depend to the requirement or structure of your song.

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