KORG TR Parameter Manual Page 256

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Sample data used in other sample(s)
Meaning: Other sample(s) use the same sample data as the
sample that you are editing. To continue editing,
press the [F8] ("OK") key.
Sample L and R are identical
Meaning: The edit operation could not be executed because
the destination (save location) L and R sample
numbers are identical.
Select different sample numbers for L and R of the
destination (save location).
Sample length is shorter than minimum
Meaning: You attempted to execute an editing operation
that would make the sample data shorter than 8
Change the editing range so that the sample data
will be longer than 8 samples.
Sample used in other multisample(s)
Meaning: The sample you are editing is used by other multi-
samples. To continue editing, press the [F8]
("OK") key.
Selected file/path is not correct
Meaning: When loading a KSF file that was split across mul-
tiple media, the order in which you attempted to
load the files was incorrect.
Load the KSF file in the correct order. To view the
file number order in which the KSF files were
saved, you can check the Utility "Translation."
(The sample name and number of the first KSF file
will be displayed.)
Slice point over limit
Meaning: The Sampling mode "Time Slice" function or the
"Time Stretch" Slice function would divide the
sample into more samples than the maximum
(1000), so "Divide" cannot be executed.
Use "Link" to connect any "Index" that does not
need to be divided; then execute "Divide."
Source is empty
Meaning: No data exists in the pattern that you specified as
the source.
Specify a pattern that contains musical data.
Source sample is empty
Meaning: When executing Insert, Mix, or Paste, the source
sample is empty.
Execute the Copy operation before executing
Insert, Mix, or Paste.
There is no readable data
Meaning: Either the file size is 0 or the file does not contain
data that can be accessed by the load or open
operation. Alternatively, the data is damaged etc.,
and cannot be loaded or accessed.
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Unable to create director y
Meaning: You attempted to create a directory that would
exceed the maximum pathname length (76 charac-
ters for the full pathname).
Unable to save file
Meaning: When executing the Media mode utility menu
command "Copy," the copy destination path
length exceeded 76 characters.
Meaning: When saving a file in Media mode, the save desti-
nation path exceeded 76 characters.
You can't undo last operation
Meaning: Once you enter event editing (even if you leave
event editing without actually editing an event), it
will no longer be possible to execute a Compare of
the previous edit. If you wish to enter event edit-
ing, press the [F8] ("OK") key. To cancel, press the
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[F7] ("Cancel") key.
You can't undo this operation
Meaning: When you exit recording or event editing in
Sequencer mode, the memory area for Undo
(Compare function) is not allocated. If you wish to
keep the data that was just recorded or edited,
press the [F8] ("OK") key. If you wish to return to
the previous data (i.e., to delete the data that was
just recorded or edited), press the [F7] ("Cancel")
Meaning: When editing in Sequencer mode, memory area
for Undo (Compare function) cannot be allocated.
If you wish to execute the edit, press the [F8]
("OK") key. (It will not be possible to return to the
Can't divide
state before editing.) If you decide not to execute
the edit, press the [F7] ("Cancel") key.
In order to allocate memory area for Undo (Com-
pare function), delete unneeded data such as
songs, tracks, or patterns. We recommend that
you save data to media before you execute the
edit operation.
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