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Korg D1600 Owner's Manual: P4 Mmc: Mmc Settings; P5 B–u/rst: Backing-up And Restoring Data To Removable Disk

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If, due to some problem, MTC messages are not sent
consecutively to the D1600, the D1600 will detect
the abnormal MTC state and may stop synchroniza-
tion and halt playback. In such cases, you can lower
the "MTC RecvErrorLevel" setting so that synchro-
nized playback will continue even if some problems
occur with MTC reception.
If this is set to "0," synchronized playback will not
stop even if a problem occurs.
Depending on the compatibility between the two
devices when a device other than the D1600 is used
as the MTC master for synchronization, correct syn-
chronization may not be possible unless you start
from the beginning of the song.

P4 MMC: MMC settings

The D1600 transmits and receives MMC (MIDI
Machine Control) messages.
When synchronizing two D1600 units, or when using
the D1600 together with an MMC-compatible MIDI
sequencer, you can playback, stop, or fast-forward etc.
by operating only the master device.
Some MIDI devices may not respond to the MMC
functionality of the D1600. Details on the MMC
functionality of the D1600 are given in the MIDI
implementation.
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1. Select MMC Mode................. [Transmit, Receive, Off]
Turn MMC transmission or reception on/off.
Transmit: MMC will be transmitted.
Receive: MMC will be received.
Off: MMC will not be used.
2. MMCDevID (MMC Device ID) ...................[000...127]
Specify the device ID that will be used when trans-
mitting/receiving MMC.
To enable MMC transmission/reception, connect
the external MIDI device to the D1600 via MIDI, set
the device ID to match, and set "Select MMC Mode"
appropriately.
If this parameter is set to "127," MMC can be trans-
mitted/received to/from all ID numbers.
P5 B–U/Rst: Backing-up and
restoring data to removable
disk
You can backup (save)/restore (recall) data using a
removable disk such as a CD-R or CD-RW.
The following data can also be restored.
• D1600 backup data
• D12 backup data
• D16 backup data
• D8 backup data (audio data only)
For details on data compatibility, refer to p.70.
Be aware that backup and some restore operations
will overwrite the data on the destination drive.
One drive can accommodate data for only one
backup.
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1. B–U/RstType ........... [Backup1Song, BackupAllSongs,
BackupUserData, Restore]
Select the type of data backup/restore operation.
If you press the " " button, you can select from a
dialog box.
On this and the following pages, the items in the
screen are explained separately for each of these
types.
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B–U/RstType: "Backup1Song"
Back up the selected song and effect user data from the
current drive.
2. Source .......................................(I, A...G: 001...100)
This displays the backup source drive and song
number.
The drive and song number of the song selected in
[SONG] "SelSong" tab page will be displayed.
( p.88)
3. Destination ........................ (A...G: RMD---- x01...99)
This displays the backup destination drive, infor-
mation on the drive ("RMD----" or "CD"), and the
number of media volumes required ("x1"–"x99").
Use "Drive" to select the backup destination drive.
( P5-4)
You must use a blank disc when backing up to CD-
R or CD-RW.
4. Drive .............................................................[A...G]
Select the backup destination drive.
When you press this button, a dialog box will
appear. Select the drive and press the "OK" button.
Drive ID ......................................................[I, A...G]
I: Internal IDE (the internal drive)
A: SCSI ID0, B: SCSI ID1, C: SCSI ID2, D: SCSI ID3,
E: SCSI ID4, F: SCSI ID5, G: SCSI ID6
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