Basic Operations — Organizing Your Data
Selecting Files and Folders
Select a ﬁle shown in the display. In this example, we'll select a voice ﬁle.
First, press the VOICE [PIANO & HARPSI.] button to call up the display containing the ﬁles.
This display ("Open/Save" display) is typical of those used to call up and store ﬁles (voice ﬁles).
The PSR-2000/1000 already contains a variety of voices in the PRESET section. You can store your own original voices
created with the Sound Creator function to the USER or FLOPPY DISK section.
Select "PRESET," "USER," or "FLOPPY
DISK" by using the [BACK][NEXT]
Use the [1
] ~ [7
turn the pages.
When the amount of available ﬁles or
folders exceeds ten, the bottom of the
display changes as shown below.
Press the [EXIT] button
to go back to the MAIN
You can go back to the
previous display by
pressing the [EXIT]
] buttons to
Exiting from small pop-up
You can also exit from small
pop-up windows (such as in the
illustration below) by pressing
the [EXIT] button.
Select the ﬁle/folder.
There are two ways to select the ﬁle/folder:
• Press the [A] - [J] button.
Press the letter button corresponding to the
ﬁle/folder you wish to call up. (In the example
display shown above, the voice ﬁles are
• Use the [DATA ENTRY] dial and the
When you turn the [DATA ENTRY] dial, the
highlight moves among the available ﬁles/
folders. Highlight the desired ﬁle or folder
(voice ﬁles are shown in the example above)
and press the [ENTER] button to call up the
When "JAPANESE" is selected for the Lan-
guage parameter (pages
151), and you
change this to one of the western lan-
guages, the kanji and kana characters of the
ﬁle name stored in the disk drive are
changed to western characters. In the oppo-
site case, special Latin characters and
marks are changed into normal characters.
Also, in the case of ﬂoppy disk data, text in
the ﬁles are changed to characters that can-
not be read by the instrument.
Keep in mind that similar problems may
occur when trying to access ﬁles originating
or edited by a computer having a different
language operating system. In general, be
careful when switching languages — you risk
not being able to access the data properly.
appropriate [A] -[J] button
calls up the corresponding
ﬁle and returns to the MAIN
Highlighting the desired ﬁle
and double-clicking the
[ENTER] button calls up the
corresponding ﬁle and
returns to the MAIN display.