Example — Open/Save display for Voice
Each Open/Save display consists of PRESET, USER, and FLOPPY DISK drive pages.
The ﬁles that are pre-
programmed and installed
internally to the PSR-2000/1000
are kept here. Preset ﬁles can be
loaded but cannot be re-written.
However, you can use a preset
ﬁle as a basis for creating your
own original ﬁle (which can be
saved in the USER or FLOPPY
All data, both pre-
programmed and your own
original, are stored as "ﬁles."
Basic Operations — Organizing Your Data
Files kept here are those
containing your own original
data, created or edited using the
various functions of the PSR-
2000/1000. They are stored
internally to the PSR-2000/1000.
"Current Memory" is the area where the voice is
called up when you select a voice. Also it is the
area where you edit your voice using the SOUND
CREATOR function. Your edited voice should then
be saved as a ﬁle in the USER or FLOPPY DISK
The selected voice itself (un-edited) can also be saved as
a ﬁle in the USER or FLOPPY DISK drive.
FLOPPY DISK drive
You can also store your original
data to ﬂoppy disk.
Commercially available disk
software can also be called up
here. Naturally, these ﬁles are
available only when the
appropriate disk is inserted in
the ﬂoppy disk drive.
Changes drives among
PRESET, USER and
Calls up the upper
level directory page.
In this example, the
voice folder selection
page can be called