You can apply a variety of editing procedures to a
song. The available types of editing procedures are
Load (Save) Template Song: Loads a song template
into the song (or saves a song as a template) (see
Copy From Combination/Copy From Program: Copies
the settings of the specified combination/program to the
settings of the song that's currently selected.
Copy From Song: This command copies all of the
setting data and musical data from the specified song
to the song that's currently selected.
Rename song: Renames the selected song. You can
enter up to 24 characters.
Delete Song: This command deletes the currently
FF/REW Speed: This allows you to set the speed at
which fast‐forward or rewind will occur when you
press the FF (
) button or REW (
GM Initialize: This command transmits a GM System
On message to the Sequencer mode, resetting all MIDI
tracks to the GM settings.
Set Song Length: This command changes the length of
the specified song. When it is executed, the length of
the master track will change, and the number of
measures played will change.
Step Recording: This allows you to specify the length
and velocity of each note numerically, and to input
MIDI data, the pitches, from the keyboard. You can use
the Rest button and Tie button to enter a rest or tie.
Event Edit: Here you can edit individual events of
Piano Roll: Allows you to edit notes, velocities, and
control changes in the piano roll screen. By selecting
and dragging events in the screen, you can edit their
pitch or timing, or delete or add events.
Erase Track: This command erases the data from the
specified track. It is not possible to erase the master
track by itself.
Copy Track: This command copies musical data from
the copy source track to the specified track.
Bounce Track: This command combines the musical
data of the bounce source and bounce destination
tracks, and places the combined data in the bounce
destination. All musical data in the bounce source will
Erase Measure: This command erases the specified
type(s) of musical data from the specified range of
measures. The Erase Measure command can also be
used to remove only a specific type of data. Unlike the
Delete Measure command, executing the Erase
Measure command does not cause the subsequent
measures of musical data to be moved forward.
Delete Measure: This command deletes the specified
measures. When the Delete Measure command is
executed, the musical data following the deleted
measures will be moved towards the beginning of the
Insert Measure: This command inserts the specified
number of measures into the specified track. When you
execute the Insert Measure command, the musical data
following the insert location will be moved backward.
Repeat Measure: This command repeatedly inserts the
specified measures for the specified number of times.
When you execute the Repeat Measure command, the
measures will be inserted following the measure
specified by To End of Measure, and musical data
following the inserted data will be moved backward.
Copy Measure: This command copies the measures of
musical data specified as the "From" source to the
beginning of the measure specified as the "To"
location. When you execute the Copy Measure
command, the existing track data at the copy
destination will be rewritten.
Move Measure: This command moves the specified
measures of performance data to another measure.
When you execute the Move Measure command, the
performance data following the move‐source measures
will move forward by the corresponding number of
measures, and the performance data following the
move‐destination will move backward (i.e., later in the
song) by the same number of measures.
Create Control Data: This command creates control
change, aftertouch, pitch bend, or tempo data in the
specified region of a MIDI track or the master track.
Erase Control Data: This command erases data such as
control changes, aftertouch, pitch bend, or tempo in
the specified range.
Quantize: This command corrects the timing of MIDI
data of the type you specify (note data, control change,
aftertouch, pitch bend, program change, etc.) in the
track.You can also adjust for swing.
Shift/Erase Note: This command shifts (moves) or
erases the specified note numbers in a specified MIDI
track and range of measures.
Modify Velocity: This command modifies the velocity
values of notes in the specified area so that they will
change over time according to a selected curve.
Create Exclusive Data: This command creates
universal system exclusive messages or KROME
parameter change messages in the specified region of a
Erase Exclusive Data: This command erases (deletes)
universal system exclusive messages or KROME
parameter change messages from the specified region.
To delete all types of system exclusive message other
than those listed above, set the Erase Measure
command's "Kind" field to Exclusive, and execute the
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