The wave sequence does not advance
Is the Run check box checked?
Effects are not applied
Have you selected effect program 000?
• Select an effect other than 000: No Effect for "IFX1–
12," "MFX 1, 2" or "TFX 1, 2."
Are the Effect Global SW IFX 1–12 Off, MFX1&2 Off,
or TFX1&2 Off (Global P0: Basic Setup page) settings
The OASYS does not respond to incoming
Are all MIDI cables connected correctly?
Is the MIDI data being received on the channel on
which it is being transmitted?
Disks, CDs, and USB Media
Internal hard drive, external USB devices
External USB devices are not recognized
Has the drive been formatted?
Is the external device connected correctly?
You may have turned on the power of the USB device
after powering‐on the OASYS.
• Execute the page menu command Scan device
(Disk– Media Information) to re‐mount the USB
device. For more information, see "Scan device" on
page 784 of the Parameter Guide.
Swing does not work properly
Is the wave sequence's Mode set to Tempo?
Is the wave sequence's Swing Resolution set
If you are in Combination, and Sequencer mode, and
master effects are not applied when you raise the
Send1 or Send2 of the timbre/track, does Return 1 or
Return 2 from the master effect need to be raised?
Alternatively, has Send 1 or Send 2 for each
oscillator of the program used by the timbre/track
Note: The actual send level is determined by
multiplying the send setting of each oscillator in the
program with the send setting of the timbre/track.
Have you routed the output to an insert effect?
The OASYS does not respond correctly to
incoming MIDI data
Are the Global P1: MIDI settings MIDI Filter Enable
Program Change, Enable Bank Change, Enable
Control Change, Enable AfterTouch, and Enable
Exclusive each checked?
Does the OASYS support the types of messages that
are being sent to it?
Incorrect response to program change messages
Is the Bank Map setting correct?
"Error in writing to medium" occurs frequently
when saving data to the internal hard drive or
Execute the page menu command Check Medium
(Disk– Utility page) to detect and repair errors on the
media. For more information, see "Check Medium" on
page 783 of the Parameter Guide.
CD-R/RW drive is not recognized, or Can't write
Was the drive subjected to physical shock or vibration
while data is being written?
If you are unable to save data such as PCG or SNG
files, has the disc been formatted?
If you are writing audio tracks to create an audio CD, it
is not necessary to format the disc.