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Korg Triton Le Basic Manual: Writing To Internal Memory; Writing A Program Or Combination

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Writing to internal memory

Memory protect
To prevent programs, combinations, songs, user drum
kits, and user arpeggio patterns from being overwrit-
ten accidentally, the TRITON Le provides a Memory
Protect setting that prohibits writing to memory.
Before you save edited data or load data from Smart-
Media or other external media (if the EXB-SMPL
option is installed), use the following procedure to turn
off memory protect (uncheck the appropriate check
You must also turn memory protect off before loading
the above data from SmartMedia or via MIDI data
dump, or before recording in Sequencer mode.
1 Press the [GLOBAL] key to enter Global mode
(the key will light), and press the [EXIT] key to
select 1.1: System.
2 Press the [F2] ("Pref.") key to access the 1.1: Sys-
tem, Preferences page.
3 Uncheck the appropriate "Memory Protect" check
box for the data that you wish to write into inter-
nal memory.

Writing a program or combination

The programs or combinations that you create by
using the Performance Editor or by editing parameters
in the various edit (Ed) pages can be saved in the inter-
nal memory of the this instrument. This action is
referred to as "writing a program" or "writing a combi-
nation." If you want your edited data to be preserved
after the power is turned off, you must write it.
There are two ways to write a program or combination.
Before you write data into memory, you must turn
off the memory protect setting in Global mode.
( "Memory protect")
A combination does not contain the actual pro-
gram data for each timbre, but simply remembers
the number of the program used by each timbre. If
you edit a program that is used by a combination,
or exchange it with a different program number,
the sound of the combination will also change.
Using a Utility menu command to write
1 Select the Utility menu command "Write Program"
or "Write Combination."
The Write Program/Write Combination dialog box
will appear.
You can also access the same dialog box by hold-
ing down the [ENTER] key and pressing the [0]
The screen shown is for Program mode
2 In "Category," specify the category of the program/
If the category you specify here is for a program,
you can use it when selecting by category in the Cat.
Hold function or the Utility menu command "Select
by Category" PROG 1.1: Play, Program page ("Pro-
gram Select") in the COMBI 1.1: Play, Prog page
("Program Select"), the COMBI 2.1: Ed-Prog/Mix,
Prog page, or the SEQ 1.1: Play, Program page Util-
ity menu command "Select by Category."
In the case of a Combination, the category you spec-
ify here can be selected when you use the Utility
menu command "Select by Category" or the Cat.
Hold function in COMBI 1.1: Play: ("Combi Select").
3 Use "To" to specify the bank and number of the
writing destination program/combination.
Use the VALUE controller to specify the destination.
4 If you wish to change the name of the program/
combination, press the [F5] ("Name") key.
The text dialog box will appear. Input the name of
the program/combination.
After you have input the name, press the [F8]
("OK") key to return to the Write Program/Write
Combination dialog box.
5 To execute the Write operation, press the [F8]
("OK") key. To cancel without executing press the
[F7] ("Cancel") key.
When you press the [F8] ("OK") key, the display
will ask "Are you sure?" When you press the [F8]
("OK") key once again, the data will be written.
Using the [REC/WRITE] key to write
This method can only be used to write to the selected
program/combination number.
1 Press the [REC/WRITE] key.
The following dialog box will appear.
The screen shown is for Program mode
2 To write the data, press the [F8] ("OK") key. To
cancel without writing, press the [F7] ("Cancel")
"Assigning a name


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