This area lists the scenes in the ﬁle you opened using the OPEN button (
To view items that are not currently shown, scroll the list to the right. The boundary lines in the center of
the window can be dragged toward the right to expand the ﬁle list display area as shown below.
No. (Scene number)
This is the scene number 000–500.
This is the scene title. You can also double-click this area and edit the title.
Turns the protection setting on/off for each scene. This area displays a lock icon for protected scenes; these scenes
cannot be overwritten, nor their title edited. Read-only scenes are indicated by "READ" displayed in this column.
SEL. RECALL (Selective recall)
Switches the selective recall setting on/off for each scene. Selective recall using Safe parameters is enabled for
scenes for which this column indicates "SAFE," and selective recall using Recall parameters is enabled for scenes
for which this column indicates "RECALL."
These columns indicates the number and title of the INPUT PATCH library, OUTPUT PATCH library, and HA
library that are linked to each scene. (With the default column width of the list, only the library number is
shown.) You can click the numerical area and specify the linked library from the popup menu that appears.
This column shows the comment assigned to each scene. You can also double-click this column and edit the com-
Indicates the time at which the scene was last stored, in the format of month/day/year/hours/minutes/seconds.
This column is only for display, and cannot be edited.
In this column, the MIDI event that is transmitted from the MIDI OUT connector when the scene is recalled can
be viewed and edited in hexadecimal form. To edit a MIDI event, click the two-digit hexadecimal value you want
to edit, and choose the desired value from the popup menu that appears.
• If you choose "NOP" from the popup menu, that two-digital hexadecimal value will be ignored.
• If you choose "END" from the popup menu, all subsequent hexadecimal values will be ignored.
). The list includes the following items.
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