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Korg Triton Le Basic Manual: Saving Data; Types Of Data That Can Be Saved

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If you want to load programs, combinations,
songs, user drum kits, and user arpeggio patterns,
you must first uncheck the memory protect setting
in Global mode. ( p.42)
1 If you are loading data from SmartMedia, insert
the SmartMedia into the SmartMedia slot.
For details on handling SmartMedia, please refer to
"Cautions when handling SmartMedia."
If the separately sold EXB-SMPL option is
installed and you are loading data from a hard
disk or other external SCSI device, refer to the
manual included with the EXB-SMPL, and verify
that the external SCSI device is connected cor-
rectly and that the media contains the file you
want to load.
2 Enter Media mode, and press a function key to
make the TRITON Le recognize the media.
3 Select the Load page.
The LCD screen will display file information.
4 If you are loading from an external SCSI device,
use the [INC]/[DEC] keys to select the media that
contains the data you want to load.
5 Use the [ ], [ ] cursor keys to select a .PCG file.
The selected file will be highlighted.
If the data you want to load is located in a lower or
higher level of the directory structure, press the
[F6] ("OPEN") or [F5] ("UP") keys to display the
desired data, and then select it.
When you load a .PCG file, the data in the internal
memory of the TRITON Le will be overwritten by
the data from the .PCG file (programs, combina-
tions, drum kits, user arpeggio patterns, global set-
tings). If internal memory contains data that you
want to keep, use "Save All" or "Save PCG" to
save it before you load other data.
6 In the Utility menu, select "Load Selected."
A dialog box will appear. The display and opera-
tions will differ depending on the type of file that is
to be loaded. For details on each type of file, refer to
PG p.141.
7 If you execute the Load operation with "Load
********.SNG too" checked, the .SNG file will be
loaded at the same time as the .PCG file.
If you execute the Load operation with "Load
********.KSC too" checked, the .KSC file will be
loaded at the same time as the .PCG file.
8 Press the [F8] ("OK") key to execute the Load oper-
Loading will be halted if the specified data is not
found in the file. ( PG p.141)
Never remove the media while the data is being

Saving data

For the procedure of saving data to a SmartMedia or to
external SCSI media, refer to "Saving on external
media" ( p.45).
Types of data that can be saved
The following types of data can be saved on external
media (SmartMedia etc.). If the separately sold EXB-
SMPL option is installed, data can also be saved on
high-capacity media such as a hard disk.
• .PCG files
Programs, combinations, global settings, drum kits,
user arpeggio patterns (the data specified by the
"S.Item" (Select Save Items) check boxes when sav-
ing will be saved).
• .SNG files
Songs, cue lists
• .KSC files
Script file (.KSC files) listing the multisamples and
samples created in Sampling mode (if the separately
sold EXB-SMPL option is installed), with multisam-
ples (.KMP files) and samples (.KSF files)
• Standard MIDI files (SMF)
A single pattern of Sequencer mode can be saved as
SMF data.
• System exclusive data
System exclusive data received by the TRITON Le
from an external MIDI device (the TRITON Le can
be used as a data filer).
• .WAVE files, .AIFF files
Samples you created in Sampling mode (if the sepa-
rately sold EXB-SMPL option is installed) can be
exported and saved as .WAVE files or .AIFF files.
For details on each type of file and the icon associ-
ated with it, refer to the lower diagram on p.97.


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