Oscillator Mode conﬂicts (check PROG P1)
Meaning: In Sampling mode when you executed "Convert
MS To Program" with Use Destination Program
Parameters checked, the conversion destination
program "Oscillator Mode" setting did not match.
In Program mode, set the "Oscillator Mode" of the
conversion destination program. If converting a
monaural multisample, select Single. If converting
a stereo multisample, select Double.
Pattern conﬂicts with events
Meaning: It was not possible to execute the Bounce opera-
tion because one of the tracks contained a pattern,
and the same measure of the other track contained
events or a pattern.
Open the pattern.
Pattern exists across destination to-end-of-measure or
Meaning: When moving a measure, the edit operation could
not be executed because a pattern had been put in
the destination end measure or the source start
measure, and had not been opened.
Open the pattern.
Pattern exists in destination or source track
Meaning: A pattern has been placed in the track that you
speciﬁed as a destination or source for editing. If
you wish to open the pattern and execute (the
events of the pattern will be copied), press the OK
button. If you wish to execute without opening
the pattern, press the Cancel button.
Pattern used in song
Meaning: When editing, the speciﬁed pattern has been
placed in a track. If you wish to execute, press the
OK button. If you decide not to execute, press the
Root directory is full
Meaning: You attempted to create a ﬁle or directory in the
root directory of the media, but this would exceed
the maximum number of root directory entries.
Either delete an existing ﬁle or directory, or
Sample data used in other sample(s)
Meaning: Other sample(s) use the same sample data as the
sample that you are editing. To continue editing,
press the OK button.
Sample L and R are identical
Meaning: The edit operation could not be executed because
Sample length is shorter than minimum
Meaning: You attempted to execute an editing operation
Sample used in other multisample(s)
Meaning: The sample you are editing is used by other multi-
Selected ﬁle/path is not correct
Meaning: When loading a KSF ﬁle that was split across mul-
Source is empty
Meaning: No data exists in the track or pattern that you
Open pattern ?
Source sample is empty
Meaning: When executing Insert, Mix, or Paste, the source
There is no readable data
Meaning: Either the ﬁle size is 0 or the ﬁle does not contain
Unable to create directory
Meaning: You attempted to create a directory that would
Unable to save ﬁle
Meaning: When executing the Disk mode Utility command
Meaning: When saving a ﬁle in Disk mode or Song Play
the destination (save location) L and R sample
numbers are identical.
Select different sample numbers for L and R of the
destination (save location).
that would make the sample data shorter than 8
Change the editing range so that the sample data
will be longer than 8 samples.
samples. To continue editing, press the OK button.
tiple media, the order in which you attempted to
load the ﬁles was incorrect.
Load the KSF ﬁle in the correct order. To view the
ﬁle number order in which the KSF ﬁles were
saved, you can check the "Translation" page
menu command. (The sample name and number
of the ﬁrst KSF ﬁle will be displayed.)
speciﬁed as the source.
Specify a track or pattern that contains musical
sample is empty.
Execute the Copy operation before executing
Insert, Mix, or Paste.
data that can be accessed by the load or open
operation. Alternatively, the data is damaged etc.,
and cannot be loaded or accessed.
exceed the maximum pathname length (76 charac-
ters for the full pathname).
"Copy," the copy destination path length
exceeded 76 characters.
mode, the save destination path exceeded 76 char-