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About AKAI Program files
The TR will load only the key-map related parameters
from the Program file.
AKAI format uses the concept of "key groups." For each
key zone, up to four samples can be assigned, and these
four can be switched or crossfaded by velocity. Key zones
can also be crossfaded.
On the TR, in contrast, there is one sample for each key
zone, and you can use up to four multisamples to create a
key map in the order of the velocity of each key group. It is
not possible to crossfade key zones.
Example)
An AKAI format Program file "TESTPROGRAM" consists
of four key groups, and each key group consists of up to
three velocity zones. Key groups 1 and 2 are a layer whose
low range is the same. When this is loaded into the TR,
three multisamples will be created, collected by velocity
zone, and the numerals 1, 2, and 3 will be appended to
each multisample name. At this time, the top key will be
determined by the bottom key of the sample that is
assigned at the right, and if the bottom key is the same
(key groups 1 and 2 in the diagram), the higher-numbered
key group will be used.
TESTPROGRAM
Key Group 1
Zone 1
Key Group 1
Zone 2
Key Group 2
Zone 1
Key Group 2
Zone 2
TESTPROGRAM 1
Key Group 2
Zone 1
TESTPROGRAM 2
Key Group 2
Zone 2
TESTPROGRAM 3
Load PCG(RAM) and Samples
Loads only the programs and drum kits that use RAM sam-
ples, and the combinations and songs that use these pro-
grams.
You can select this when loading a .PCG file. In the dialog
box when loading, simply specify the first bank and number,
and only the valid items will be loaded together. As the data
is loaded, it will be adjusted automatically so that the pro-
grams and corresponding samples will be matched cor-
rectly.
1 Select a .PCG file in the directory window.
2 Select this command to access the dialog box.
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Program file
Key Group 3
Zone 1
Key Group 3
Zone 2
Key Group 3
Zone 3
Key Group 4
Key Group 4
Multisample
Key Group 3
Zone 1
Key Group 4
Zone 1
Key Group 3
Zone 2
Key Group 4
Zone 2
Key Group 3
Zone 3
This command will be displayed and can be selected
only if you have selected a .PCG file.
3 If you want to load the identically-named .SNG file along
with the .PCG file, check the "Load ********.SNG too"
check box. The .SNG file that has the same name as the
.PCG file will be loaded together with the .PCG file.
The .KSC file that has the same name as the .PCG file
will always be loaded together with the .PCG file. If this
file does not exist in the current or lower directory, load
it using the procedure described in "If the file to load
cannot be found, or when loading a file that was saved
in parts" (☞p.143).
Contents loaded from a .PCG file:
1. Drum Kit: Any drum kit in which at least one KEY of
"High/Low Drumsample Bank" (GLOBAL 5.1–1b/5.1–
2a ☞p.135) is set to RAM.
2. Program: Any program whose "Mode (Oscillator Mode)"
(PROG 2.1–1a ☞p.5) is set to Drums and whose "Drum
Kit" (PROG 2.1–1d ☞p.7) is set to a drum kit described in
paragraph 1, above.
3. Program: Any program whose "Mode (Oscillator Mode)"
(PROG 2.1–1a ☞p.5) is set to Single or Double and in
which at least one "OSC1/2 Multisample High/Low
Bank" (PROG 2.1–2b/2.1–3b ☞p.6) item is set to RAM.
4. Combination: Any combination that uses a program
described in paragraphs 2 or 3, above.
Zone 1
Zone 2
Contents loaded from a .SNG file:
1. Song: Songs in which "Program select" (SEQ 1.1–2(3)a
☞p.55) is set to a program described in paragraphs 2 or 3
of "Contents loaded from a .PCG file" (above) will be
loaded consecutively into the song numbers that follow
the last song currently existing in the internal memory.
(☞p.143) Cue List data will not be loaded.
The following settings will be automatically adjusted so that
the data will correspond correctly after it has been loaded.
• RAM sample numbers used by multisamples
• RAM sample numbers used by drum kits
• RAM multisample numbers used by programs
• Drum kit numbers used by programs
• Program banks/numbers used by combinations
• Program banks/numbers used by songs (if track or
pattern events exist, the program banks/numbers within
the events)
4 Set "Load ROM-Program in Combi/Song too."
On (Checked): In the combinations of a .PCG file or the
songs of a .SNG file, programs that use ROM data will be
loaded along with the programs that use RAM samples.
Use this setting if you are loading combinations or songs
that make use of user programs you created as well as
preloaded programs.
All programs (used by the combinations and songs
being loaded) that use ROM will be loaded.

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