Book Edit 2
When you touch Write and choose the Rename/
Overwrite option, only the new STS is overwrit-
ten, while the others are left untouched.
• STS Name: Name of the current STS. Touch the
(Text Edit) button to open the Text Edit win-
dow, and modify the name.
• To STS Location: One of the four STS available
for each entry, where you can save the current
Keyboard track settings.
Voice Processor Preset
Voice Processor Preset associated with the saved entry.
When checked, the currently selected VP Preset is saved to the
When checked, the Global VP Preset is used.
Touch this button to create a new entry with the current settings.
Settings are copied from the selected Style, Standard MIDI File
or MP3 file. Also, the selected VP Preset, Pads, STSs and Split
Point will be saved. The current Keyboard track settings will be
saved as STS #1. Any TXT file loaded in the Lyrics pages will be
saved as a linked file.
Touch this button to delete the current entry.
Touch this button to open the Write Song dialog box, and save
the current entry to the main list of the SongBook.
Note: The maximum number of entries in a SongBook file is 3,000
To assign a different name to the entry, touch the
Edit) button to open the Text Edit window.
Select an option to add the new entry to the SongBook:
Select Rename/Overwrite to overwrite an existing entry,
optionally changing its name. Warning: The older entry will
Select New Song to save a new entry to the SongBook database.
Book Edit 2
The Book Edit 2 page is where you enter information on the
Genre, Artist, Key, etc. to the SongBook Entry.
The Book Edit 2 page with a Style-based entry:
The Book Edit 2 page with a Song-based entry:
This are includes the same Name, Number and Entry Resource
fields found in the "Book Edit 1" page (see above).
Music genre associated with the entry.
Name of the artist of the song associated with the entry.
Original key of the entry. The first field is the key name, the sec-
ond one is the mode (major or minor).
Basic tempo of the Style, or starting tempo of the Standard MIDI
File associated with the entry. This may change, if a Tempo
Change event is included with the associated resource.
You can change this value by using the TEMPO buttons on the
control panel. Any change will be shown after saving the Entry.
Note: The starting value of a Standard MIDI Files is always con-
sidered, and overrides this value.
Note: You can edit this value even if an MP3 is associated to the
SongBook Entry. However, this is just an indicative value.