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Save SEQ (Songs and Cue Lists)
This command saves all songs and cue lists from internal
memory as a .SNG file.
This command is valid only when the current directory is a
DOS directory.
1 Select "Save SEQ" to access the following dialog box.
2 Use the [F5] ("Name") key to move to the text dialog box,
and specify the filename. For example if you specify
NEWFILE and execute the save command, a file named
NEWFILE.SNG will be saved to the media.
3 To save the data, press the [F8] ("OK") key. To cancel
without saving, press the [F7] ("Cancel") key.
Save Sampling Data (Multisamples and Samples)
When this command is executed, the following multisample
and sample data will be saved to media as Korg format
.KMP files, .KSF files, and a .KSC file that collects these files.
This is valid only when the current directory is a DOS direc-
tory.
• Multisample and sample data recorded or edited in
Sampling mode (if the EXB-SMPL option is installed)
• Multisample and sample data loaded in Media mode
• Multisample and sample data in internal sampling
RAM memory
1 Select "Save Sampling Data" to access the following dia-
log box.
2 Use "To" to specify the contents that will be saved. (All
content will be saved in Korg format.)
All: All multisamples and samples in sample data RAM
will be saved as .KMP files and .KSF files. A .KSC file and
directory will also be created at this time and saved.
The filename will be the .KSC filename and the directory
name.
All Multisamples: All multisamples and samples (i.e.,
samples used by the multisamples) will be saved as
.KMP files and .KSF files. Simultaneously, a .KSC file and
a directory to contain these files will also be created and
saved.
The filename will be the .KSC filename and the directory
name.
All Samples: All samples will be saved as .KSF files.
Simultaneously, a .KSC and directory to contain these
files will also be created and saved.
The filename will be the .KSC filename and the directory
name.
One Multisample: The selected multisample will be
saved as a .KMP file. Simultaneously, a directory will also
be created, and the samples used by the multisample will
be saved in that directory.
The filename will be the .KMP filename and the directory
name.
Initially, the filename will automatically be set to the first
five characters (uppercase) of the sixteen-character multi-
sample name + the multisample number.
[Examples]
000: NewMS_ _ _ _ _ _000 → NEWMS000.KMP
001: 108bpmDrLoop00 → 108BP001.KMP
One Sample: The selected sample will be saved as a .KSF
file.
The filename will be the .KSF filename name.
Initially, the filename will automatically be set to the first
four characters (uppercase) of the sixteen-character sam-
ple name + the sample number.
[Examples]
0000: NewSample_0000 → NEWS0000.KSF
0001: C#3-EGuitar → C#3-0001.KSF
If you wish to export the data in AIFF (.AIF) or WAVE
(.WAV) format, select the Utility "Export Smpl AIF/
WAV."
3 Press the [F5] ("Name") key to move to the text dialog
box, and specify the filename (☞OG p.44).
4 To save the data, press the [F8] ("OK") key. To cancel
without saving, press the [F7] ("Cancel") key.
If the Utility "Translation" (1.1–1f) is checked, the
names of .KMP files and .KSF files you save will be dis-
played as the multisample name or sample name. This
is convenient when you are searching for the desired
files on media.
Save to Std MIDI File (Save Song as Standard MIDI
File)
This command saves the selected song from internal mem-
ory to storage media as a .MID file (Standard MIDI File).
This command is valid only when the current directory is a
DOS directory.
1 Select "Save to Std MIDI File" to access the following dia-
log box.
2 In "Song," so the song that you wish to save.
3 Use the [F5] ("Name") key to access the text dialog box,
and specify the filename (☞OG p.44).
By default, the first eight characters (uppercase) of the
song name will be assigned.
4 In "Format," select the Standard MIDI File format in
which you wish to save.
If you select 0, data such as time signature and tempo
will be saved together with the event data in a single
track.
If you select 1, time signature and tempo etc. and event
data will be saved in separate tracks.
5 To save the data, press the [F8] ("OK") key. To cancel,
press the [F7] ("Cancel") key.
The song data you save here can be played back on a
device that supports Standard MIDI Files. However if
you intend to playback the data on this instrument, we
recommend that you use "Save SEQ" to save the data,
since this will allow a higher degree of reproducibility.
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