Global data includes the formant data (☞p.58 "Formant Motion function"), but this data cannot be
saved in the Global mode. You must save it in the Program Play mode, the Program Edit mode, or
the Vocoder Edit mode. (☞p.59 "Writing formant motion data")
Disabling memory protect
The RADIAS provides a memory protect setting that prevents data from being rewritten inadvertently. If
you want to write the changes you've made, you must first turn memory protect off so that writing is possi-
ble (i.e., memory protect is disabled).
Press the [GLOBAL] button.
You will enter the Global mode.
Go to the P02: MEMORY page.
Turn "Protect" Off.
Now you will be able to execute Write operations.
Restoring the factory settings
When the RADIAS is shipped from the factory, it contains "preloaded data." Here's how you can restore
the RADIAS' programs or global settings to the preloaded condition.
When you perform this operation, all of the data in the RADIAS will be overwritten by the factory
settings. Before you proceed, make sure that it is OK to do this, and back-up any data you wish to
You won't be able to restore the preloaded data if Memory Protect is on. Before you proceed, turn
off the memory protect off (☞p.69 "Disabling memory protect").
As an example, here's how to load a single program.
Press the [GLOBAL] button to enter the Global mode.
Select the P03: PRELOAD page.
Use the [PROGRAM/VALUE] dial to select 1 PROG.
The 1 PROG setting lets you load a single program.
Use "Source" to specify the bank and number of the
program you want to load, and use "Dest" to specify
the bank and number of the program location into
which you want to load the preloaded data.
For details on other types of data you can load, refer to p.116 "P03–1: PRELOAD."
Change "Sure?" to "Press [YES]," and then press the [EDIT/YES] button.
The "Sure?" indication will indicate Complete; the data has been loaded.
Press the [EXIT/NO] button.
You will return to the screen of step 2.
Global parameter editing