Turning the power off
After you've ﬁnished editing, be sure to write
(save) your changes.
If you edit a program and then select a
different program or turn off the power, the
changes you made will be lost. The same is
true for a combination or multi set.
The settings you edit in Global mode are
remembered as long as the power is on, but
will be lost when you turn off the power.
1. Lower the X50's [VOLUME] slider.
Also turn the volume of your powered monitor
speakers or stereo amp down to zero.
2. Turn off the power of your powered monitor or
3. Press the rear panel Power switch to turn off
Never turn off the power while data is being
written into internal memory.
If the power is turned off while processing is
being performed, memory write operations
will not be completed correctly. If this occurs,
X50 will automatically initialize its internal
memory so that it will operate correctly. This
is not a malfunction.
While data is being written, the display will
indicate "Now writing into internal memory."
Data is written into internal memory by the
• Writing (updating) a Program, Combination,
Multi, Global Setting, Drum Kit, or Arpeggio
• Loading a Preload data for Program, Combina-
tion, Multi, Global Setting, Drum Kit, or Arpeg-
• Receiving a MIDI data dump for Program,
Combination, Multi, Global Setting, Drum Kit
data, or Arpeggio Patterns