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Korg pa 900 User Manual: Page Menu

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Song Play mode
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Page menu

Page menu
Touch the page menu icon to open the menu. Touch a command
to select it. Touch anywhere in the display to close the menu
without selecting a command.
Write Performance
Select this command to open the Write Performance dialog box,
and save most of the current control panel settings to a Perfor-
mance.
See "Write Performance dialog box" on page 128 for more infor-
mation.
Save Song Marker Ply.1/2
Select this command to save the markers created in the corre-
sponding Player (see "Markers page" on page 307).
Export Jukebox List
Only available when a Jukebox list is selected. Select this com-
mand to save the current Jukebox list as a text file to a storage
device. Here is how it works.
1.
While a Jukebox file is assigned to the player, select the
Export Jukebox List command from the page menu.
A dialog box will appear, asking you to select either the
2.
internal disk or a storage device connected to one of the
USB Host ports.
3.
Select an option, and touch OK to confirm.
Note: When saved, the text file will be named after the selected
Jukebox file. For example, a Jukebox file named "Dummy.jbx" will
generate a "Dummy.txt" file. A new, unnamed Jukebox file will
generate a "New_name.txt" file. If a file with the same name
already exists on the target device, it will be overwritten without
waiting for any confirmation.
The list will include the progressive number assigned to each Song,
the file names, the total number of files in the list.
For the correct display and printing of the list on a personal com-
puter, use a fixed size (i.e., non-proportional) character in your
text editor.
Solo Track
Select the track of the current Player to be soloed, and check this
item. You will hear only the selected track, and the 'Solo' warning
will flash on the page header.
Uncheck this item to exit the Solo function.
The Solo functions works in a slightly different way, depending
on the selected track:
• Keyboard track: The selected Keyboard track is the only track
you can hear when playing on the keyboard. All other Keyboard
tracks are muted. Song tracks are left in play status.
• Song track: The selected track is the only Song track you can
hear. All other Song tracks are muted. Keyboard tracks are left in
play status.
Keep the SHIFT button pressed and touch one of the
tracks to solo it. Do the same on a soloed track to deactivate the
Solo function.
Copy/Paste FX
Use this command to copy a single effect, or both effects of an
FX group (A or B). See "Copy/Paste FX" on page 127 for detailed
instructions.
Easy Mode
Easy Mode allows you to use the Style Play and Song Play modes
with an easier-to-use user interface. It is recommended to begin-
ners, and to professionals alike that do not want to deal with the
extra parameters of the Advanced mode.
At any time, you can manually turn the Easy Mode on/off with
the Easy Mode command in the page menu of the Style Play and
Song Play modes.

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    By mistake I delete my synth fx get back please tell me, I'm worried about my korg pa 900 , how can I get my effects.
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    Port favor, me pueden ayudar a traducir este manual (el de 450 páginas?
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