Song Play P3: Select Directory/
The content that is displayed will depend on the "Juke" (0–
Checked: "3–1: Select Directory" will be displayed.
Unchecked: "3–1: Jukebox" will be displayed.
3–1: Select Directory
From a listing of the contents of a ﬂoppy disk inserted into
the ﬂoppy disk drive, or an external hard disk or other SCSI
device connected to the SCSI interface (when the separately
sold EXB-SCSI option is installed), select the directory that
contains the SMF you wish to play.
3–1a: Current directory
The currently displayed directory selected for operations is
called the "current directory."
The full pathname of the directory will be shown in the LCD
screen. A slash "/" is used to delimit levels of the directory
You can use the Open button and Up button to change the
3–1b: Directory window
File information for the current directory is shown here.
You can select a ﬁle or directory in this window.
These indicate SMF and DOS directory ﬁles. (For details on
icons, refer to Disk mode "Files, directories, and icons"
b2: File name
This is the name of the SMF.
This is the size (number of bytes) of the SMF.
b4: Save date
This is the date (from the left: day, month, year) that was
assigned when the SMF was saved.
3–1c: Drive select
Select the device that will be used for playback.
The volume label assigned to the media will be displayed. If
the media has no volume label, the display will indicate "no
label." If the media is unformatted, the display will indicate
When the TRITON is shipped, only ﬂoppy disks can be
selected here. If the EXB-SCSI option is installed, you can
select external SCSI devices that are connected.
3–1d: Open button, Up button
When you press the Open button the directory will be
opened, and the current directory will move one level
downward in the directory hierarchy.
When you press the Up button, the current directory will
move one level upward in the directory hierarchy.
This button is available when a directory is selected in the
Here you can create a jukebox list to specify the order in
which SMF songs will be played. Up to 100 songs can be reg-
istered in a jukebox list. Lists can be saved and loaded using
page menu commands 3–1B and 3–1A. Before saving to a
disk, you must turn off the write protect setting of the disk.
3–1a: Add button, Delete button
This adds a SMF to the jukebox list.
In the directory window, select the SMF that you wish to
add to the jukebox list, and press this button to add the SMF
to the list.
This deletes an SMF from the jukebox list.