To store the Program edited in Program Edit mode, you need to use the Program Write function.
Follow the procedure below to write the Program in Bank A.
1 Press the [PAGE+] button in Program Edit mode to select 22A PROG WRITE (in Double
mode) or 16A PROG WRITE (in Single and Drums mode).
• You can write the Program as it is. However, this section explains how to name and write the
2 Press the [®] button to select 22B RENAME.
3 Use the [ ] and [®] buttons to move the cursor (ﬂashing line), and use the [ ] and [ ]
buttons to set the Program name.
• You can use up to 10 characters for the Program name.
4 Press the [ ] button to return to 22A PROG WRITE.
5 Move the cursor to "OK?" and press the [ ] button. The display shows "Are You Sure
OK?". Press the [ ] button again.
• You can specify the Program number of the Write destination. If you wish to keep the original
Program or if you have edited a Program in Bank G, specify the Program number (A00–99) of
the Write destination.
Press the [PAGE+] button to select 22A PROG WRITE.
Press the [¤] button to select 22B RENAME.
Checking the Sound While Editing
To edit Programs, you usually edit the parameters while checking the changes in tone. If you are
using a MIDI keyboard, check the sound while playing the MIDI keyboard. If you are using a
computer/sequencer, transmit the MIDI data on the Global MIDI Channel to check the sound. The
X5DR does not receive Program Change or Bank Select messages in Program Edit mode.
However, sending MIDI data will change the Programs in Program Play mode (the edit data will
be lost). You may want to set the X5DR so that it will not receive Program Change or Bank Select
messages while editing.
• The data edited in Program Edit mode (Program data in the edit buffer) is kept until you change
Programs in Program Play mode, or until you turn off the power to the X5DR. If you wish to
store an edited Program, use the Program Write function to write the data in Bank A.
<<About Preset Programs>>
The following section explains how to edit Programs using a Program in Preset a as an example.
Load PRE-a before starting the procedure.
Press the [ ] button to write the Program.
Use the [ˆ] and [¤] buttons to move the
cursor and use the [ ] and [ ] buttons to
set the Program name.
Press the [ˆ] button to return to 22A PROG WRITE.
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