Meaning: This will appear if you attempt to execute the
song command "Memory Status" while
playing or recording on the sequencer.
Action: Stop the sequencer before you execute the song
command "Memory Status."
Meaning: Calibration could not be performed correctly.
Action: Try the operation again.
Meaning: Free memory for undoing (the Compare
function) could not be allocated when you
finished recording in Sequencer mode, or
when you executed an edit. The data you just
recorded or edited will remain, but undo
(Compare) cannot be executed.
Action: In order to allocate sufficient free memory for
undo (Compare) to be available, you can delete
unneeded song or track data. We recommend
that you save your data to media before
Meaning: The command was executed, and completed
Action: The command you executed was successful.
Meaning: There is no data in the specified measure.
Action: Specify a measure that contains data.
Dest same as src
Meaning: When copying, you selected the same song or
track as the copy‐source and copy‐destination.
Action: Make sure that the copy‐source and copy‐
destination are different songs or tracks.
Meaning: When editing, the track you specified contains
no performance data.
Action: Specify a track that contains performance data.
Dest. song empty
Meaning: The song you specified as the copy‐
destination does not exist.
Action: Before you copy, execute the song command
"Create New" to create a song.
Meaning: When executing a file rename command, an
identically‐named file existed on the media.
Action: Delete the existing file, or specify a different
Meaning: You attempted to load or open a file whose
file format was incorrect.
File not found
Meaning: When performing a file delete command, the
specified file did not exist.
Action: Check the media or file.
File read only
Meaning: You attempted to delete a file, but that file had
a read‐only attribute.
Meaning: You attempted to save a file using the same
name as a read‐only file that already existed
on the media.
Action: Save the file under a different name.
Meaning: An error occurred while formatting media.
Action: Use different media.
FX size mismatch
Meaning: When copying or swapping effects, you
attempted to place a double‐size effect at IFX5
(insert effect 5) or MFX2 (master effect 2).
Action: Don't specify a double‐size effect for IFX5 or
MFX2 when executing the command.
FX type mismatch
Meaning: This message will appear when copying or
swapping effects if the copy‐destination or
swap‐destination IFX (insert effect), MFX
(master effect), or TFX (total effect) has an
effect that cannot be selected.
Action: For each IFX, MFX, and TFX, some effects can
be selected and other effects cannot be selected.
Verify that the effect is one that can be selected
for the copy‐destination or swap‐destination
IFX, MFX, or TFX.
Meaning: An invalid file name was specified.
Action: Change the file name. You may not specify a
file name that is invalid in MS‐DOS.