Making a template
Here's how to make a timbre template. Templates you make can be loaded in the same way as the factory
templates. You will use the P16: UTILITY page to make templates. (☞p.107 "P16 UTILITY," p.113 "P16
Assigning a name
The RADIAS lets you assign names to the following types of data.
The program name is displayed in the Program Play mode.
To enter a program name, use the Program Edit mode's P01: NAME page (☞p.74 "P01–1: PROG (Pro-
Timbre names are displayed along with the program name in the Program Play mode.
To enter a timbre name, use the Program Edit mode's P01: NAME page (☞p.74 "P01–2: TIMBRE (Timbre
Category names are displayed along with program names in the Program Play mode.
To enter a category name, use the Global mode's P10: CATEGORY NAME page (☞p.120 "P10–1: CAT-
• Drum kits
Drum kit names are displayed in the Drum Play mode.
In the Drum Play mode you must first select the drum kit whose name you want to enter.
To enter a drum kit name, use the Drum Edit mode's P01: NAME page (☞p.111 "P01–1: KIT (Drumkit
• Drum instruments
In the Drum Play mode you must first select the drum instrument whose name you want to enter.
Select a program that uses a timbre you want to store as a template, and enter the Program Edit
Use the TIMBRE SELECT – buttons to select the timbre that you want to store as a tem-
Go to the P16–2: UTILITY – TMBR tab page.
In "Edit," choose "MakeTemplate."
In "Dest," specify the destination number in which
you want to store the template.
In "Name," specify a name for your new template.
To enter a name for the template, use the cursor buttons
to move the cursor and use the [PROGRAM/VALUE]
dial to specify each character.
☞p.35 "How to assign a name"
Change "Sure?" to "Press [YES]," and then press the [EDIT/YES] button.
The "Sure?" ﬁeld will indicate Complete. The template has been stored.
If you fail to execute the Write operation after you've entered a name, the name will revert to its
prior state. For details on writing, refer to p.32 "Saving an edited program."
Because the same drum kit may be used in many programs, you can't edit the timbre name if
you've assigned a drum kit. Drum kit names are created in the Drum Edit mode (as described be-