Load Drum Track Pattern
This command loads a user drum track pattern into a user
If you want to edit a user drum track pattern, you must ﬁrst
load it into a pattern in the song, and then edit it. After
editing, you can use Convert to Drum Trk Pattern to save it
as a user drum track pattern.
1. Use Select Range From (Drum Track) and To (Drum
Track) to specify the copy-source user drum track pat-
The user drum track patterns between From and To will be
loaded. If you want to load only one pattern, set From and
To to the same pattern number.
When you execute this command, the data will be
overwritten onto the copy-destination number.
2. Use Load to (Song ***) to specify the load-destination
user pattern number.
Erase Drum Track Pattern
This erases the drum track pattern you specify.
For more information, please see "Erase Drum Track
Pattern" on page 75.
Rename Cue List
This command renames the selected cue list. 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.
Delete Cue List
This command deletes the currently selected cue list.
When you execute this command, the data of the currently
selected cue list will be deleted.
Copy Cue List
This command copies the settings of another cue list to the
currently selected cue list.
1. In From, specify the copy source cue list.
When you execute, the setting data of the selected cue list
will be deleted, and replaced by the copy-source data.
Sequencer: Menu Command Load Drum Track Pattern
Convert to Song
(Convert Cue List to Song)
This command converts a cue list consisting of multiple
songs to a single song. Although it is not possible to record
additional tracks into a cue list, you can convert the cue list
to a song, and then record solos etc. onto open tracks.
You will need to convert a cue list to a song if you wish to
write it to an SD card as SMF data. During the conversion,
the track and effect settings of the song speciﬁed for Step 01
will be copied to the beginning of the resulting song, and all
track and effect settings of subsequent songs will use the set-
tings of the song for Step 01.
Settings of the Tone Adjust function will not be
reﬂected in this conversion.
1. Select the cue list (C00–C19) that you want to convert to
2. Select "Convert to Song" to open the dialog box.
3. In To Song, specify the conversion destination song
If you select a new song, a conﬁrmation dialog box will
Press the OK button to create a new song, into which the cue
list will be converted.
If you selected a song that already contains settings and
performance data, executing this command will erase the
data of that song and replace it with the data that was
converted from the cue list. Use this command with caution.
After executing this command, you can press the
COMPARE switch to return to the state prior to execution.
The Convert to Song command converts a cue list to a song
as described below.
• Song/Track parameter settings for Step 01
Song/Track parameters will use the settings of the Step
The MIDI channel of each track will be assigned
according to the settings of the Step 01 song. If Step 02
and following songs have different settings, it may not
be possible to achieve an acceptable playback result
after conversion. As far as possible, try to keep the
MIDI channel assignments consistent between songs
you intend to use in a play list that will be converted
into a song.
The following track parameters will not be reﬂected in the
conversion. As with the MIDI channels, we recommend that
you keep these settings consistent between all songs in the
SOLO ON/OFF, Status, MIDI Channel, Bank Select (When Status=EX2),
Force OSC Mode, OSC Select, Use Program's Scale, MIDI Filter, Key
Zone, Velocity Zone, Delay, and the track EQ settings
• Converting Song/Track parameters into track events
Second and subsequent repeats of the Step 01 song, and
the settings of Step 02 and following songs will all be
converted into track events (musical data).