supplementary to John's reply, maybe a better description could be: a live played song recorded with 'Easy Record'. Maybe one could say: 'playing with APC' or 'live played'. Perhaps I can made via an example what my description/intention is of 'Easy Record'.
When one play such a song, one can start in the middle or wait some measures and go on with the lead melody. The most flexible handling of the keyboard facilities. You are not 'bound' to a track/sequence which forced you to go on. You can at all moments use the pads, the sounds, the panelmemories etc.
This way of playing can be recorded. Mostly you have prepared some settings in e.g. the Panel Memories, or other sounds or user pads. The most easy method for this 'live' playing is the 'Easy Record' feature. It records all your 'movements' in your 'live' played song.
I hope one doesn't misunderstand me, another way of playing keyboards by multitracking, midi or whatever, have for me the same value. Many of us know the splendid songs what are made like that. I even believe it demands more and/or other skills and talents to make those songs. It's just a matter of choice.
It is my intention with the KESO-site to offer a rich variation of songs which are 'Easy Recorded' and 'live played' music which inspires and give pleasure to the visitors, and last but not least, thanks to all those great guestplayers.
[This message has been edited by cees (edited 08-17-2003).]