Use the four SINGLE TOUCH SETTING button on the control
panel, to select one of the four STS associated with the current
Style or the selected SongBook entry.
Press the STS name tab in the main page of the Style Play or
Song Play mode, or the Lyrics/STS tab in the SongBook mode, to
see the name of the available STSs.
In Style Play and Song Play mode:
In SongBook mode:
Song Select window
This page appears when you press one of the Song areas in the
display, or one of the SONG SELECT buttons in one of the
SEQUENCER sections on the control panel.
Press EXIT to exit from this page and go back to the main page
of the Song Play operating mode without selecting a Song.
While in this page, select a Standard MIDI File or Karaoke file
for the selected Sequencer. A Jukebox ﬁle may only be assigned
to Sequencer 1.
Note: There is a separate working directory for each onboard
Hint: We suggest to organize your Songs into separate folders,
instead of saving many ﬁles into the root (i.e., the main level) of the
card. This allows for faster accesses to the card, thus a quicker
response of the Pa500 to your Media commands.
This is the list of the selected device's content.
Type of the
File or folder
ﬁle or folder
Use the scrollbar to scroll the list items.
As an alternative, you can use the TEMPO/VALUE dial to scroll.
Keep the SHIFT button pressed, and press one of the arrows, to
jump to the previous or next alphabetical section.
You can touch one of the labels on top of the list, to reorder the
list items accordingly. By pressing the label again, the order of
the ﬁles switches between ascending and descending.
A list can contain several different types of ﬁles or folders.
Standard MIDI File (SMF)
Karaoke ﬁle (KAR)
Jukebox ﬁle (JBX)
A ﬁle or folder may be in one of the following status. (See "Pro-
tect" and "Unprotect" on page 227 for information on how to
change the ﬁle status).
Page menu icon
Press the page menu icon to open the menu. See "Song Select
page menu" on page 79 for more information.
Use this pop-up menu to re-select the card, and deselect every-
SD (Secure Digital) or MMC (MultiMedia) card