Restoring the factory settings
Loading the preloaded data
The factory settings are referred to as the "preloaded
data." The action of restoring the programs, combina-
tions, and global settings of the TR to their factory set-
tings is referred to as "loading the preloaded data."
This operation will rewrite any data that had been
previously written. If you do not want to lose the
previously-written data, you must ﬁrst save it to
SD card or external SCSI media (requires the EXB-
SMPL option) (
1 Press the [GLOBAL] key to enter Global mode.
(The key will light.)
2 Press the [EXIT] key.
You will be in the Global mode 1.1: System page.
3 Press the [F8] ("UTILITY") key to access the Utility
4 Press the [F7] ("
load/Demo Data," and press the [F8] ("OK") key.
A dialog box will appear.
5 Use the [INC]/[DEC] keys to select the data that
you want to load.
Use "Kind" to select the data that you want to load.
For this example, select All Preload PCG.
.PCG ﬁles contain program, combination, drum kit,
arpeggio pattern, and global setting data.
6 Press the [F8] ("OK") key.
A dialog box will ask you for conﬁrmation.
7 Once again press the [F8] ("OK") key.
All the preloaded data will be loaded.
") key to select "Load Pre-
If the Memory Protected dialog box appears, un-
check the memory protect setting, and perform the
load operation once again (
Loading individual banks or data items
The TR allows you to load individual banks, programs,
or combinations. Drum kits and arpeggio patterns can
also be loaded individually or as a group.
This is convenient when you want to restore just one
item of factory-set data, or when you want to rearrange
combinations in a speciﬁc order for live performance.
It is of course also possible to rearrange programs,
but you should be aware that this may change the
sounds that are used by a combination (
As an example, here's how to load the combination
B015: Rock Organ into C064: Modern Piano.
1 Perform steps 1–4 described above to access the
2 Use the [INC]/[DEC] keys to set "Kind" to Combi-
3 Press the [ ] key to move downward, and use the
[INC]/[DEC] keys to select Single.
4 Press the [ ] key to move downward, and use the
[INC]/[DEC] keys to select the combination B015:
Rock Organ as the copy source.
5 Press the [ ] key to move downward, and use the
[INC]/[DEC] keys to select the combination C064:
Modern Piano as the load destination ("To").
6 Press the [F8] ("OK") key twice.
The data will be loaded, and C064 will be the Rock