Global parameter editing
In the Global mode you can make settings that apply to the entire RADIAS and edit user scales.
Basic editing procedure
1. To enter the Global mode
2. Selecting a page
As in the Program Edit mode or the Drum Edit mode, you can use the PAGE [+][–] buttons and 16KEYS –
 keys to select pages. The following table shows how the 16KEYS – keys correspond to pages.
3. Selecting a parameter
4. Entering a value
5. Saving global parameters (Write)
Press the [GLOBAL] button.
You will enter the Global mode. The top line of the dis-
play will indicate the page number and page name, and
the middle area of the display will show parameter
names and values.
P05: MIDI DUMP
P06: MIDI FILTER
P07: MIDI MAP[CC#]
P09: USER SCALE
P10: CATEGORY NAME
As in other edit modes, use the cursor buttons to move the cursor to the desired parameter.
Use the [PROGRAM/VALUE] dial to enter a value.
Changes you make to the Global parameters will revert to their former state if you turn off the pow-
er without saving them. If you want to save your changes, you must execute the Write operation.
In the Global mode, press the [WRITE] button.
The write conﬁrmation screen will appear.
If you want to write the changes, press the [WRITE]
button once again. If you decide to cancel without
writing, press the [EXIT/NO] button.
Never turn off the power while data is being written.
Doing so may destroy the data.
When you execute the Write operation in the Global mode, the Global data will be saved regardless
of the memory protect setting (Global mode P02: MEMORY page "Protect"). (☞p.115 "Protect")
Overall settings such as master tune
Restoring the factory settings
MIDI-related settings such as MIDI CH and MIDI Clock
Dumping data to other MIDI devices
MIDI ﬁlter settings
MIDI Map settings for control changes
Pedal and foot switch function assignments
User scale settings
Editing the category names
Calibrating the assignable switch
Calibrating the assignable pedal