KORG TR Parameter Manual Page 59

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the desired track. "Selected Track Information" (1.1–1c) will
indicate [Solo].
To defeat the Solo function, select the "Solo Selected Track"
page menu command once again.
Even if multiple "SOLO On/Off" (1.1–2(3)b) settings
are On, turning on the Solo function here and selecting
"SOLO On/Off" or the parameter of another track will
cause only that track to be soloed and sounded.
If any tracks that have been muted by the Solo function
have a "Status" (3.1–1a) setting of EXT, EX2, or BTH,
the MIDI note-on/off messages of that track will not be
transmitted.
Rename Song
Here you can rename the selected song. A name of up to six-
teen characters can be input. (☞OG p.44)
Delete Song
This command deletes the currently selected song.
1 Select "Delete Song" to access the dialog box.
2 If you wish to execute the Delete Song command, press
the [F8] ("OK") key. To cancel, press the [F7] ("Cancel")
key.
When you execute this command, the musical data, set-
ting data, and patterns etc. of the currently selected song
will be erased, and the memory area allocated to that
song will be freed.
Copy From Song
Copies all settings and musical data from the song you spec-
ify to the currently selected song.
1 Select "Copy From Song" to access the dialog box.
2 In "From," select the copy source song number.
3 Select the data that will be copied.
All: Copy all musical data (e.g., track events and pat-
terns) and settings.
Without Track/Pattern Events: Only song settings other
than Play Loop and RPPR will be copied.
4 To execute Copy Song, press [F8] ("OK") key. To cancel
without executing, press [F7] ("Cancel") key.
If you execute All, all musical data and settings of the
currently selected song will be erased, and replaced by
the copy source data.
If you execute Without Track/Pattern Events, song set-
tings other than Play Loop and RPPR will be erased, and
replaced by the copy source data.
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Copy From Combi (Copy From Combination)
This command copies the parameter data from a specific
combination to the settings of the currently selected song.
When you execute "Copy From Combi," only the timbres
that are used by the combination will be copied. Tracks cor-
responding to timbres not being used in the combi will be
turned off.
1 Choose "Copy From Combi" to access the dialog box.
2 In "Combi," select the copy-source combination.
3 If you check "with Effects," the insert effect, master
effect, and master EQ settings will also be copied.
4 In "To," select the copy-destination tracks (1–8 or 9–16).
5 If you selected Track 1 to 8 for the "To" field in step 4 ,
the "Auto adjust Arp for Multi REC" option will be avail-
able. This option adjusts the MIDI channel of certain
tracks and adds tracks if necessary to ensure that play-
back will produce the same sound that you heard during
recording, if you have performed multi-recording with
the arpeggiator turned on.
These settings are applied according to the ARPEGGIA-
TOR [ON/OFF] state of the combination. If you copy
from a combination that was written to memory with
the arpeggiator turned off, this command will assume
that the arpeggiator will be turned off for the song as
well. If you want the arpeggiator to be turned on in the
song, you must write the combination to memory with
the arpeggiator turned on before using the "Copy From
Combi" command.
If this option is checked, the MIDI channels etc. of the
tracks will be adjusted as necessary. "Multi REC" (1.1–6a)
and "PLAY/MUTE/REC" (1.1–2(3)b) will also be set
automatically. Furthermore, "REC Setup" OverWrite
(1.1–6a) will be selected. (Please note that the automati-
cally-set "Multi REC" and "PLAY/MUTE/REC" will be
reset if you re-select the song.)
6 Press the [F8] ("OK") key to execute the copy. If you
decide not to copy the data, press the [F7] ("Cancel") key.
When you execute this command, the settings of the cur-
rent song will be erased, and replaced by the settings of
the combination.
For details on the settings that will be adjusted, refer to
"If the recorded performance is not reproduced cor-
rectly during playback" (☞OG p.79). These settings will
be adjusted automatically. Depending on the settings of
the combination, you may also need to make further
adjustments to the track settings.

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