Procedure for utility commands
1. Click the UTILITY button, and choose a command from
the menu that appears.
2. Adjust the settings in the dialog box.
For details on the contents of each dialog box, refer to the
explanation for each command.
3. Click the OK button to begin,, or click the Cancel button
if you decide not to continue.
Write Global Setting
This command writes Global mode settings.
This command copies data from a preset scale to a user scale
or copies a user scale to another user scale location.
For details on the preset scales, please see Type (page 22).
1. Use the From field to select the copy‐source scale.
If you select Pure Major or Pure Minor, specify the Key
(located at the right) as well.
Stretch cannot be selected if "To" is User All Notes Scale.
2. In To, selects the copy destination scale.
Loads the PS60 Editor/Plug‐In Editor data that was previ‐
ously saved on the computer.
Saves data from the PS60 Editor/Plug‐In Editor to your com‐
puter as a file.
Note: These functions load or save the data as dedicated files
for the editor application.
Receives all data from the PS60 data into the editor.
Transmits all data in the PS60 Editor/Plug‐In Editor to the
PS60 and writes it into internal memory.
Receive Global Setting
Receives the global settings of the PS60 into the PS60 Editor/
Transmit Global Setting
Transmits the global settings of the PS60 Editor/Plug‐In Edi‐
tor to the PS60.
Loads PCG data from the PS60 into the PS60 Editor/Plug‐In
Data created in the PS60 Editor/Plug‐In Editor can be saved
as PCG data for the PS60.
Save as Default
Writes (saves) the global mode Software Setup settings of
the editor as the default settings that will be used when you
start up the editor.
Note: These utilities can be selected only in the editor's
global mode Software Setup page.
Select Auto Load File
In the Software Setup page, use "Load data file automati‐
cally" to select the desired file.
Please see "Load data file automatically at starting up" on
All Sound Off
Depending on the host application, ʺhungʺ notes may occur
while using the hostʹs functions. If this happens, please use
the ʺAll Sound Offʺ command.