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0–2: Save
Here you can save various data from internal memory to
media such as disk. Use the Open button and Up button to
move to the desired directory (i.e., change the current direc-
tory), and then select the desired page menu command.
When you execute a Save operation, the data will be saved
in the same level of the disk hierarchy as the files that are
displayed.
The date and time with which the saved file is stamped is
specified by "Set Date/Time" (0–3E).
0–2: Page Menu Command
M
0–1A
0–1B
0–2A
0–2B
0–2C
0–2D
0–2E
When saving .KSC, .KMP, or .KSF files and the data
does not fit on a single piece of media (disk etc.), the fol-
lowing dialog box will appear, allowing you to select
the next piece of media. "Select next medium" (0–
2H).
When saving combinations with "Save All," "Save PCG
& SNG," or "Save PCG," you should also try to save the
programs used by each timbre (and the drum kits used
by the programs) and the user arpeggio patterns at the
same time.
Similarly when saving programs, you should also save
the drum kit used by the program and the user arpeg-
gio pattern at the same time.
If multisamples or samples created in Sampling mode
are used in a program or drum kit, we recommend that
you save the data as "Save All."
Also when using "Save PCG" or "Save Sampling Data"
to save an individual program, drum kit, or multisam-
ple or sample created in Sampling mode, we recom-
mend that you save the data in the same directory with
the same filename.
When using "Load PCG" to load a .PCG file, the .KSC
file of the same name will be loaded at the same time so
that the correct multisamples/samples with which the
program or drum kit was saved will correspond cor-
rectly.
0–2A: Save All (PCG, SNG and KSC)
This command saves all programs, combinations, drum kits,
user arpeggio patterns, and global settings as a .PCG file,
songs and cues lists as a .SNG file, and multisamples and
samples created in Sampling mode as a .KSC file to the spec-
ified media.
This command is valid only when the current directory is a
DOS directory.
1 Select this command to open the following dialog box.
0–2
2 Use the text edit button to move to the text input dialog
box, and specify the filename. For example if you specify
NEWFILE and execute the save command, files named
NEWFILE.PCG, NEWFILE.SNG, and NEWFILE.KSC
will be saved to the media.
3 Check the check boxes for the types of data that you wish
to save. Programs and combinations can also be saved in
units of banks.
4 To save the data, press the OK button. To cancel without
saving, press the Cancel button.
When you execute this command, the files shown below
will be created in the current directory. In addition to the
0–2F
.PCG, .SNG, and .KSC files that are created with the file-
0–2G
name you specify, one directory will be created. The files
listed in NEWFILE.KSC will be saved in this directory.
0–2B: Save PCG & SEQ
This command saves all internal memory programs, combi-
nations, drum kits, user arpeggio patterns, and global set-
tings as a .PCG file, and saves songs and cue lists to a .SNG
file on the specified media.
This command is valid only when the current directory is a
DOS directory.
1 Select this command to open the following dialog box.
2 Use the text edit button to move to the text input dialog
box, and specify the filename. For example if you specify
NEWFILE and execute the save command, files named
NEWFILE.PCG and NEWFILE.SNG will be saved to the
media.
3 Press the check boxes for the types of data that you wish
to save. Programs and combinations can also be saved in
units of banks.
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