SMF data error
Meaning: You attempted to load a file that was not a
Standard MIDI File.
SMF div. error
Meaning: You attempted to load a Standard MIDI File
that was timecode‐based.
SMF format error
Meaning: You attempted to load a Standard MIDI File of
a format other than 0 or 1.
SMF has no data
Meaning: When loading a Standard MIDI File, the file
contained no events.
Source is empty
Meaning: There was no data in the track you specified
as the source.
Action: Specify a track that contains performance data.
Stop & Retry
Meaning: This will appear if you press the GRID SEQ
button during sequencer playback or
Action: Stop the sequencer, and press the GRID SEQ
Too Many Events
Meaning: When loading a Standard MIDI File, the
maximum number of events in a single
measure (approximately 65,535 events) was
Meaning: The edit you attempted to perform would
exceed the maximum number of events in a
single measure (approximately 65,535 events).
Action: Delete unneeded data.
Meaning: An error (e.g., a verify error) occurred while
writing data to media.
Action: It may be that the media is physically
damaged; please use other media. Avoid using
the media that produced the error.
Meaning: The media where you attempted to write data
Action: Disable write‐protect on the media, and
execute the command once again.