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Sequencer
Save Song window
Locate
Touch this button to see the Song assigned to the Sequencer.
This is useful to quickly locate it, after you have browsed
through long directories and "dug" into different folders.
Save
Touch this button to open the Save Song dialog box, and save the
Song to the current directory.
• If no file has been selected in the display, prior to touching
Save, the "NewSong" default name will be automatically assigned
to the Song.
Note: If a file is selected, just touch the storage device name to
deselect it.
• If a file has been selected in the display, prior to touching Save,
the name of the selected file will be automatically assigned to the
Song.
In any of the above situations, touch the
to edit the Song name.
Warning: If a file with the same name is already in the current
directory, a message will warn you. If you confirm, the existing file
will be overwritten. Select a file before saving only if you want to
overwrite it (i.e., in case you are saving changes to an existing file).
Empty measure at the beginning of the Stan-
dard MIDI File
When saving a Song as a Standard MIDI File, an empty measure
is automatically inserted to the beginning of the Song. This mea-
sure contains various Song initialization parameters.
Play/Mute status saved with the Song
When saving a Song, the Play/Mute status is saved with the
Song. This status is preserved also when playing back the same
Song in Song Play mode.
Master Transpose saved with the Song
When saving a Song, the Master Transpose value is saved with
the Song. Since this value is saved as System Exclusive data, it is
preserved also when playing back the Song in Song Play mode.
Hint: Since the Master Transpose is a global parameter, loading a
Song with a non-standard transposition may result in unwanted
transposing when loading other Songs that do not contain their
own transposition data. To transpose a Song it is advisable to use
the Transpose function in the Edit section of the Sequencer mode
(see "Song Edit: Transpose" on page 141).
You may also lock the Master Transpose, to avoid unwanted trans-
position. See "General Controls: Lock" on page 149 of the Global
chapter.
As a general rule, you should use the Master Transpose (TRANS-
POSE buttons on the control panel) when you need to transpose
Keyboard tracks together with the Song. You should use the Edit
mode Transpose function (see "Song Edit: Transpose" on page 141)
when only the Song has to be transposed.
Note: The Master Transpose value is always shown on the page
header:
Save Song procedure
1.
If you are in Record mode, stop the sequencer and exit
(Text Edit) button
from the Record mode. Then go back to the main page of
the Sequencer Play mode (see "Sequencer Play - Main
page" on page 123).
2.
Select the Save Song command from the page menu. The
Save Song page appears.
3.
Select the folder where you want to save the Song into. Use
the Open and Close commands to browse open or close
folders. Use the scrollbar to browse through the files.
4.
When you are in the directory where you want to save your
Song to, touch the Save button in the display.
• To overwrite an existing file, select it before touching
Save.
• To create a new file, do not select any file before touching
Save. The "NewSong" ("NEWSONG.MID" on a storage
device) name will be automatically assigned to the Song.
5.
After touching the Save button, the Save Song dialog box
will appear.
If you like, touch the
6.
name.
Touch OK to confirm saving, or Cancel to stop the Save
7.
operation.
(Text Edit) button to edit the

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