Types of data that can be
You can save data in the following ways.
• Write the data into the X50
• Save the data using the included "X50 Editor/
Plug-In Editor" software
• Send a MIDI data dump to a MIDI data ﬁler or
Writing data into the X50
Data areas that you can write
You can write data into the following data areas.
For the procedure, see the page given.
Programs 0–127 in banks A–D ☞p.45
Combinations 0–127 in banks A–C ☞p.61
• Multi sets 000–127 ☞p.75
• Global settings (pages 0–3) ☞p.87
• Drum kit 00 (INT)–40 (User) ☞p.110
• Arpeggio patterns U000–U250 ☞p.104
You can't write to the following data areas.
• Program banks G: 001–128, g(d): 001–128
• Preset drum kits 40 (GM)–48 (GM)
• Preset arpeggio patterns
Preset-0 – Preset-4
• Program audition riffs 000–383
When the X50 is shipped, the writable areas
already contain data. This data is referred to as the
"preloaded data." The preloaded data is also
stored inside the X50, and can be reloaded using
the "Load Preload Data" operation (☞p.111).
The non-writable areas contain preset data. This
data cannot be rewritten.
Modes and pages in which you can write
You can write the following items of data in the
MIDI data dump
You can save data by transmitting it as MIDI
exclusive data to a connected MIDI data ﬁler, com-
puter, or to a second X50 unit. (☞PG p.83)
The following data can be transmitted via MIDI
data dump to an external data ﬁler or similar
• Programs, combinations, multi sets, global set-
tings, user drum kits, user arpeggio patterns
Using the "X50 Editor/Plug-In Editor"
control plug-in software to save data
You can use the "X50 Editor/Plug-In Editor" con-
trol plug-in to save X50 data. For more details, see
"Editor/Plug-In Editor Manual" (PDF).
PROG 0...9 Utility: Write Program
COMBI 0...9 Utility: Write Combination
MULTI 0...9 Utility: Write Multi
GLOBAL 0...3 Utility: Write Global Setting
GLOBAL 4 Utility: Write Drum Kits
GLOBAL 5 Utility: Write Arpeggio Patterns