Global: Menu Command
Tip: In each page, you can access (or switch on/off) up to the
ﬁrst ten menu commands by holding down the ENTER
switch and pressing the corresponding numeric key, 0–9.
Tip: While this command is open, 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
following explanations of each command.
3. To execute, press the OK button. To cancel without exe-
cuting, press the Cancel button.
Write Global Setting
This command writes Global mode settings (except for
Drum Kits and Arpeggio Patterns).
You can also use the SEQUENCER REC/WRITE switch to
write data in the same way as the Write Global Setting
Press the SEQUENCER REC/WRITE switch to access the
Update Global Setting dialog box, and press the OK button
to write the data.
Note: To save the drum kit, execute the P5 menu command.
("Write Drum Kits")
Note: To save the arpeggio pattern, execute the P6 menu
command. ("Write Arpeggio Patterns")
The Effect Global SW setting will not be saved.
Load Preload/Demo Data
This command loads the preloaded data and demo song
data into the M50.
Before you can load this data, you must navigate to
Memory Protect (Global 0–1b) and un-check the protect
setting for the type of data you want to load. If you
execute this operation with the protect setting checked,
the display will indicate "Memory Protected," and the
data will not be loaded.
1. Use Kind to select the type of data you want to load.
Global: Menu Command Write Global Setting
All PCG (Program, Combination, Global
All (Preload PCG and
settings, drum kit, , arpeggio pattern), and
demo song data
All Preload PCG
All PCG data
All Demo Songs
All demo song data
Drum kit data
Arpeggio pattern data
Global setting data
2. If you selected Program, Combination, Drum Kit, or
Arpeggio Pattern as the Kind, specify the range of data
that you want to load.
All: load all data
Bank: load an individual bank
Single: load one item of data
3. If you're loading Bank or Single, use To to specify the
Change all bank references
This command changes all program banks speciﬁed for
timbres in combinations or tracks of songs.
1. If you wish to change bank references for combina-
tions, check Combination.
If you wish to change bank references for songs, check Song.
2. In Program Bank, specify the replacement for each
If you change two or more different banks to the same
bank, it will not be possible to use this function to
change them back to different banks. Be careful that the
change destination banks do not overlap.