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Korg Pa300 User Manual: Selecting And Saving Performances; Selecting A Performance

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Selecting and saving Performances

Performances are the musical heart of Pa300. Unlike selecting single Sounds, selecting a Perfor-
mance will immediately assign several Sounds to the Keyboard tracks, the needed effects and trans-
positions, plus many more setting parameters. Performance can be considered a snapshot of the
current configuration of Sounds.
You can save these settings to a Performance memory location. While many Performances are already
supplied with the instrument, you can customize each of them to your own taste, and then save them
in their customized version.
Similar to Performances, but optimized for the Style or SongBook Entry they are associated to, you
can also save your settings to a Single Touch Setting (STS). Four STSs are supplied with each Style or
SongBook Entry, and can be selected with the four dedicated buttons under the display.
Please note that settings saved in the "My Setting" Performance are automatically selected when
the instrument is turned on (exit from standby). This means you can save your preferred startup
settings to this Performance (see below for more information).
Single Touch Settings (STS) section

Selecting a Performance

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Touch the Performance area in the display, to open the Performance Select window.
The selected Performance is high-
lighted. Touch a Performance name
to select it.
Touch one of the side tabs to select a
different Performance bank.
Performance section
Touch one of the lower tabs to select a
different Performance page.
Selecting and saving Performances
Selecting a Performance
Note: Style tracks are saved
to a third object called the
Style Settings.
i
the Performance Select win-
dow by pressing one of the
buttons in the PERFOR-
MANCE section. This will let
you jump directly to the
desired Performance bank.
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