Sequencer: Menu Command
Tip: While this command is active, the ENTER switch will
operate as the OK button and the EXIT switch will operate
as the Cancel button.
Procedure for menu commands
1. Select the menu command.
2. Make settings in the dialog box.
For details on the content of each dialog box, refer to the
explanation of each command.
3. To execute, press the OK button. To exit without
executing, press the Cancel button.
This displays the remaining amount of sequencer memory.
This speciﬁes how the Solo function will operate. Each time
you select Exclusive Solo, the setting will alternate between
multiple solo and exclusive solo. For more information,
please see "Exclusive Solo" on page 73.
Here, you can rename the selected song. A name of up to 24
characters can be input.
For more information, please see "Editing names" on
page 91 of the Owner's manual.
This command deletes the currently selected song.
When you execute this command, the musical data, setting
data, and patterns etc. of the currently selected song will be
erased, and the memory area allocated to that song will be
Sequencer: Menu Command Memory Status
Copy From Song
This command copies all of the setting data and musical
data from the speciﬁed song to the currently selected song.
1. In From, specify the copy source song number.
2. Select the data that you wish to copy.
All: will copy all setting data and musical data (track events
and patterns, etc.).
Without Track/Pattern Events: will copy only the setting
data of songs, except for Play Loop and RPPR data.
Be aware that if you execute All, all setting data and musical
data of the currently selected song will be erased and
rewritten by the data from the copy source song. If you
execute Without Track/Pattern Events, song setting data
(but not Play Loop and RPPR) will be rewritten.
Load Template Song
This command loads a template song.
The built-in sequencer contains sixteen different preset
template songs (P00–15) that contain settings for programs
and effects appropriate for various musical styles. You are
also free to create your own favorite settings for programs,
track parameters, and effects, and save them as one of
sixteen user template songs (U00–15). For more
information, please see "Save Template Song (Save as User
Template Song)" on page 192.
1. In From, specify the template song that you wish to
2. If you check Copy Pattern to Track too?, the Copy Pat-
tern To Track dialog box will appear automatically after
Load Template Song has been executed.
If you execute without checking this, only the template
song you speciﬁed in step 2 will be loaded.
When you execute, song settings other than Play Loop and
RPPR will be copied.
If in step 2 you checked Copy Pattern to Track too? and
pressed the OK button, the Copy Pattern To Track dialog
box will appear.