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.PCG file
Programs, combinations, drum kits, user arpeggio
patterns, and global settings that were saved in
internal memory
.SNG file
Sequencer songs and cue lists
.KSC file
Files listing the multisamples and samples created
in Sampling mode (if the separately sold EXB-SMPL
option is installed).
Directory
A directory containing the multisamples (.KMP
files) and samples (.KSF files) that are listed in the
.KSC file
Other ways to save
In addition to "Save All," the page menu commands
include a "Save PCG" command which saves program,
combination, drum kit, user arpeggio pattern, and glo-
bal setting data, a "Save SEQ" command which saves
only the sequencer song and cue list data, and a "Save
Sampling Data" command which saves only the multi-
samples and samples of Sampling mode (if the EXB-
SMPL option is installed). Select the page menu com-
mand that is appropriate for the data you want to save
to external media.
When using "Save All," "Save PCG & SEQ," and
"Save PCG" to save combinations, you should also
remember to save the programs used by each tim-
bre (and the drum kits used by the programs) and
user arpeggio patterns at the same time.
Similarly when saving programs, you should also
remember to save the drum kits and user arpeggio
patterns used by the programs.
If your programs or drum kits use multisamples
and samples that were created in Sampling mode
(using the EXB-SMPL option), we recommend that
you use "Save All" to save the data.
When you use "Save PCG" or "Save Sampling
Data" to individually save a program or drum kit,
or a multisample or sample that you created in
Sampling mode (using the EXB-SMPL option), we
recommend that you save them under the same
filename in the same directory. When you use
"Load PCG" to load a .PCG file, the identically-
named .KSC file will also be loaded so that the cor-
rect multisamples/samples will correspond auto-
matically.
When saving .KSC, .KMP, and .KSF files and the
data does not fit on a single SmartMedia (or other
volume of media), another dialog box will appear,
and you will be asked to specify the next volume
of media ( PG p.148 "If the data does not fit on
the media when saving")
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MIDI data dump

The programs (A-D), combinations (A–C), drum kits,
user areggio patterns and global settings of internal
memory, and sequencer songs, cue lists, can be trans-
mitted as MIDI exclusive data and saved on a con-
nected MIDI data filer, computer, or another
TRITON Le. ( PG p.129)

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