KORG TR Parameter Manual Page 255

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Not enough multisample memor y
Meaning: There is insufficient multisample memory. (The
number of multisamples would exceed the maxi-
mum of 1,000.)
Action:
Delete multisamples to increase the amount of
free memory.
Not enough relative parameter memor y
Meaning: There is insufficient memory for relative parame-
ters. (The number of samples in the multisamples
would exceed the maximum of 4,000.)
Action:
Delete multisamples or indices of multisamples to
increase the amount of free memory.
Not enough sample memor y
Meaning: There is insufficient sample memory (for sample
parameters or sample waveform data).
Action:
Delete samples to increase the amount of free
memory.
Not enough sample/multisample locations available
Meaning: The data you attempted to load would exceed the
maximum number of multisamples or samples.
Action:
In Sampling mode, execute "Delete Multisample"
or "Delete Sample" to free a sufficient number,
and reload the data.
Not enough song locations available
Meaning: When loading a .SNG file with "Append" speci-
fied, you attempted to load more songs than there
were remaining numbers of locations for them.
Action:
Execute the Sequencer mode utility menu com-
mand "Delete Song" to remove unwanted songs
and increase the number of available songs. Then
try the Load operation once again.
Not enough song memor y
Meaning: When executing the Sampling mode function
Time Slice "Save," the total data for all song has
used up the entire sequence data memory, so sav-
ing is not possible.
Action:
Delete other song data etc. to increase the free
memory.
Now Writing into internal memory
Meaning: This message will appear while data is being writ-
ten into internal memory. It will appear in the fol-
lowing situations.
• While writing (updating) Programs, Combinations,
Global Settings, Drum Kits, or Arpeggio Patterns
• In Media mode while loading Programs, Combinations,
Global Settings, Drum Kits, or Arpeggio Patterns.
• While receiving a MIDI data dump of Program,
Combination, Global Setting, Drum Kit, or Arpeggio
Pattern data
• In Sampling mode (if the separately sold EXB-SMPL
option is installed) while using a utility menu command
(such as "Move Sample," "Move MS," "Conv. To Prog,"
or "Time Slice") to modify a Program or Drum Kit at the
same time
• If writing to internal memory could not be completed
successfully because the power was turned off while
writing (or for any other reason), the TR will
automatically initialize the internal memory the next
time the power is turned on, in order to ensure that the
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memory is in the correct state. This message will be
displayed while the data is being written.
O
Oscillator Mode conflicts (check PROG P2.1)
Meaning: In Sampling mode when you executed "Conv. To
Program" with Use Destination Program Parame-
ters checked, the conversion destination program
"Mode (Oscillator Mode)" setting did not match.
Action:
In Program mode, set the "Mode (Oscillator
Mode)" of the conversion destination program. If
converting a monaural multisample, select Single.
If converting a stereo multisample, select Double.
P
Pattern conflicts with events
Meaning: It was not possible to execute the Bounce opera-
tion because one of the tracks contained a pattern,
and the same measure of the other track contained
events or a pattern.
Action:
Open the pattern.
Pattern exists across destination to-end-of-measure or
source from-measure
Meaning: When moving a measure, the edit operation could
not be executed because a pattern had been put in
the destination end measure or the source start
measure, and had not been opened.
Action:
Open the pattern.
Pattern exists in destination or source track
Meaning: A pattern has been placed in the track that you
specified as a destination or source for editing. If
you wish to open the pattern and execute (the
events of the pattern will be copied), press the[F8]
("OK") key. If you wish to execute without open-
ing the pattern, press the [F7] ("Cancel") key.
Pattern used in song
Meaning: During editing, the specified pattern has been Put
to a track or is used by RPPR. To continue the
operation press the [F8] ("OK") key. To cancel
without executing, press the [F7] ("Cancel") key.
R
Rear sample is empty
Meaning: When executing the Sampling mode function
Sample Edit "Link," the sample specified as the
rear sample was empty.
Action:
Specify a rear sample that contains data, and exe-
cute the function once again.
Root directory is full
Meaning: You attempted to create a file or directory in the
root directory of the media, but this would exceed
the maximum number of root directory entries.
Action:
Either delete an existing file or directory, or
exchange media.
Open pattern ?
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