6. Press the text edit button and input a filename for
the file you want to save. (See page 117.)
7. Press each Selection button to access the dialog
box, and use the check boxes to uncheck any items
that you do not need to save.
In order to accurately reproduce the data you created,
we recommend that you check all of the boxes.
When you've finished making settings, press the OK
button to close the dialog box.
8. Press the OK button to execute the Save operation.
• If the data fits on one volume of media
The data will be saved on the specified media, and
you will return to the Save page.
• If the data does not fit on one volume of media
The "No space available on media" dialog box will
Press the OK button and the file will be divided and
saved to multiple volumes of media. If you don't want
to divide the file, press the Cancel button, and re‐save
it to larger‐capacity media.
For details, please see "If the data being saved does not
fit on one volume of media" on page 231 of the
9. When saving ends and you return to the Save
page, the display will show the file that was saved.
The various types of data are saved as the following
• .PCG file
• .SNG file
Saving data Using the KROME as a data filer
Cautions when saving
If an identically named file exists on the media
If a file with the same name already exists on the
media, you will be asked whether you want to
overwrite. If you wish to overwrite, press the OK
button. If you want to save without overwriting, press
the Cancel button and rename the file before you save
it. For details, please see "Editing names" on page 117.
Please note when saving
• When using Save All (PCG & SNG), and Save
PCG to save combinations, you should also
remember to save the programs used by each
timbre (or the drum kits, and user arpeggio
patterns used by the programs) at the same time.
Similarly when saving programs, you should also
remember to save the drum kits, user drum track
patterns and user arpeggio patterns used by the
Time required when saving data
• The length of time required will depend on the
amount of data being saved.
Using the KROME as a data
The KROME can receive MIDI System Exclusive data
sent by an external device, and save this data to media.
(This is sometimes referred to as the "Data Filer"
function.) For details, please see "Save Exclusive" on
page 232 of the Parameter Guide.