KORG TR Parameter Manual Page 155

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The .KMP files and .KSF files listed in the .KSC file
are saved in a directory of the same name that is cre-
ated automatically at the same time as the .KSC file.
1 ".KSC Allocation" allows you to specify how the multi-
samples and samples in the .KSC file will be loaded.
Append: The data will be loaded into the numbers after
the last multisample or sample number currently existing
in sample data RAM (i.e., that were previously sampled
or loaded). In this case, only the valid multisamples and
samples will be loaded. (☞p.144 "Load .KSC too", ".KSC
Allocation" diagram)
If "Load ******** .PCG too" is checked when you load the
data, programs within the .PCG file that use multisam-
ples from the .KSC file will automatically have the multi-
sample settings for their oscillators rewritten so that each
program uses the correct multisample. Drum kits in the
.PCG file that use samples from the .KSC file will auto-
matically have the sample settings for the drum kit
rewritten so that the drum kit uses the correct samples.
Clear: All multisamples and samples currently existing
in sample data RAM will be cleared, and the multisam-
ples and samples will be loaded in the same configura-
tion as when they were saved (☞p.144 "Load .KSC too",
".KSC Allocation" diagram).
Choose "Append" if sample data RAM already contains
multisamples and samples that you do not want to erase,
and you would like to load additional multisamples and
samples from media.
Choose "Clear" if you want to reproduce the state in
which the data had been saved, for example immediately
after power-on.
2 If the current directory contains a .PCG file or .SNG file of
the same filename, you will be able to select the "Load
******** .PCG too" and/or "Load ******** .SNG too" check-
boxes.
• If you check "Load ******** .PCG too," the .PCG file of
the same name as the .KSC file will also be loaded.
• If you check "Load ******** .SNG too," the .SNG file of
the same name as the .KSC file will also be loaded.
☞"Load.PCG: 1 "
3 To load the data, press the [F8] ("OK") key. To cancel
without loading, press the [F7] ("Cancel") key.
If the .KSF files used by the .KMP file are not in the cur-
rent directory or below it, a dialog box will appear, allow-
ing you to specify the directory. Use the procedure "If the
file to load cannot be found,..." (☞p.143) to load the
required .KSF files.
Since overflow checking of sample data RAM is per-
formed when loading each individual .KSF file, it is
possible that an overflow may occur in the middle of
the loading process.
23) Load .KMP:
The selected .KMP file will be loaded as a multisample. The
.KSF files used by the .KMP will also be loaded as samples.
The .KSF files used by the .KMP file will be saved in
an identically-named directory that is created auto-
matically when the .KMP file is created.
1 To load the data, press the [F8] ("OK") key. To cancel
without loading, press the [F7] ("Cancel") key.
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The data will be loaded into the numbers that follow the
last multisample or sample number currently existing in
sample data RAM (i.e., that were previously sampled or
loaded). In this case, only the valid multisamples and
samples will be loaded (Append load).
If a .KSF file used by the .KMP file is not found in the cur-
rent directory or lower, a dialog box will appear, asking
you to specify the directory. Use the procedure described
in "When a file to be loaded cannot be found..." (☞p.143)
to load the required .KSF file.
Since overflow checking of sample data RAM is per-
formed when loading each individual .KSF file, it is
possible that an overflow may occur in the middle of
the loading process.
You can load multiple files within the directory.
(☞p.147)
24) Load .KSF:
The selected .KSF file will be loaded as a sample.
1 To load the data, press the [F8] ("OK") key. To cancel
without loading, press the [F7] ("Cancel") key.
The data will be loaded into the numbers that follow the
last sample number currently existing in sample data
RAM (i.e., that were previously sampled or loaded)
(Append load).
You can load multiple files within the directory.
(☞p.147)
Loading AIFF files and WAVE files
If the EXB-SMPL option (sold separately) and sample data
RAM are installed in the TR, you can load AIFF format or
WAVE format files containing audio data that was saved on
your computer. The loaded data can be used as samples or
drum samples.
25) Load .AIF:
The selected AIFF file will be loaded as a sample.
1 To load the data, press the [F8] ("OK") key. To cancel
without loading, press the [F7] ("Cancel") key.
The data will be loaded into the numbers that follow the
last sample number currently existing in sample data
RAM (i.e., that were previously sampled or loaded)
(Append load).
You can load multiple files within the directory.
(☞p.147)
26) Load .WAV:
The selected WAVE file will be loaded as a sample.
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