3 Patch list
In the Windows version, each patch (patch name, patch number, effect type) has its own row
in the list. Use the scroll bar to scroll through the patch list, and view patches further down the
list. To edit the patch name, click on the patch name once then use the keyboard to edit the
patch name. You can also drag-and-drop patch names to reorganize patches in the library
In the Macintosh version, patch numbers and patch names are both listed. To edit the patch
name, hold the Control Key and click on a name to open a pull-down menu and select "Edit
Patch Name" to open the dialog box. You can also drag and drop patch names to reorganize
patches in the library list.
To select a continuous block of patches, click the number of the ﬁrst patch, hold down the [Shift] key,
then click the last number.
Patch names can consist of up to 12 characters.
Split Bar (Windows only)
If you place the mouse pointer over the line (Split Bar) that divides the Track Parameter
Section from the Block Section, the pointer will change shape into the split tool. With this tool,
you can drag the Split Bar back and forth and change the widths of the two sections.
You can change the size of any of the windows by placing the mouse pointer on the top, bottom, left,
or right border lines of the window, then dragging the line until the window is as big or small as you
Viewing Just the Patch Names (Windows only)
You can view just the names of all patches in the Memory without their "Number" and "FX
Type" information. To do this, right-click on any part of the voice list and choose "List." This
may be useful when choosing patches quickly, since you will have less scrolling to do.
To switch back to the full Patch Name/Number/FX Type list, right-click on any part of the voice list and