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Warning: To avoid loosing data, read carefully read the owner's manual of your
MIDI data filer.
Hint: To avoid any trouble, don't forget to deactivate System Exclusive data recep-
tion on the connected device.
The following table shows which data are saved with the Data Dump.
Category
Single mode
Layer mode
Saving data to the data filer.
Use a MIDI cable to connect the SP-300 MIDI OUT to the MIDI IN of the data
1
filer.
Prepare the data filer to receive MIDI data.
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On the SP-300, hold down the TRANSPOSE/FUNCTION button, and press the
3
VIBES/GUITAR sound selection button. The LEDs of the TRANSPOSE/FUNC-
TION and VIBES/GUITAR buttons will blink, indicating that the SP-300 is ready to
transmit the data dump.
Press the TOUCH button. The data dump will begin, and the sound setting data will
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be transmitted to the data filer.
During a data dump operation, the SP-300 will not produce sound, and no other
function will work. When the data dump is completed, you will return to normal
playing condition.
You may cancel a data dump operation before the data dump begins, by pressing the
TRANSPOSE/FUNCTION or VIBES/GUITAR button.
Loading data from the data filer.
ously saved on a data filer.
Use a MIDI cable to connect the MIDI IN of the SP-300 to the MIDI OUT of the
1
data filer.
On the SP-300, hold down the TRANSPOSE/FUNCTION button and press the
2
VIBES/GUITAR sound selection button. The LEDs of the TRANSPOSE/FUNC-
TION and VIBES/GUITAR buttons will blink, and the SP-300 will wait to receive
the data dump.
MIDI
Data
Reverb and chorus settings (on/off status, send level)
Reverb and chorus settings (on/off status, send level),
balance between sounds, damper pedal on/off status
for each sound.
Here is how to save the data of the SP-300.
You can load into the SP-300 data you previ-
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