To write a drum kit or user arpeggio pattern, execute the
appropriate utility. (☞4–1 "Write Drum Kits," 5–1 "Write
Load Preload Data
This command loads the preload data into internal memory.
Before loading this data, you must uncheck the "Mem-
ory Protect" (0–2b) setting for the data that you want to
load. If the setting is still checked when you attempt to
load the data, a dialog box will indicate "Memory Pro-
tected," and it will not be possible to load the data.
1 Select "Load Preload Data," and access the dialog box.
2 In the "Kind" ﬁeld, select the data that you want to load.
All program data
All program data of a bank
Data for one selected program
All combination data
All combination data of a bank
Data for one selected combination
Data for all multi sets
Data for one selected multi set
All drum kit data
Data for one selected drum kit
Arpeggio Pattern All
All arpeggio pattern data
Arpeggio Pattern Single
Data for one selected arpeggio pattern
microX: Ext. Control Setup All
Data for all external control sets
microX: Ext. Control Setup Single
Data for one selected external control
Global setting data
If you selected Program or Combination, move the cur-
sor down and select All, Bank, or Single to specify the
range of data that will be loaded.
All: Data for all programs or combinations will be
Bank: Data will be loaded in units of one bank. In this
case, move the cursor down and select the bank whose
data you want to load.
Single: Data for one program or combination will be
loaded. In this case, move the cursor down to select the
data that you want to load.
If you selected Multi DrumKit or Arpeggio Pattern,
move the cursor down and select either All or Single to
specify the range of data that will be loaded.
You can also choose either All or Single even if
you selected Ext. Control Setup.
All: Data for all multi set, drum kits or arpeggio patterns
will be loaded.
Single: Data for one multi set, drum kit or arpeggio pat-
tern will be loaded. In this case, move the cursor down to
select the data that you want to load.
3 If you are loading in units of Bank or Single, use the
"To" ﬁeld to select the loading destination.
4 To load the data, press the [MENU/OK] button. To can-
cel, press the [EXIT/CANCEL] button.
If you turn on the power while holding down the
[MENU/OK] button and the [EXIT/CANCEL] button,
the "Load All" operation will be executed automati-
cally (the LCD will display a message of "Now Writing
Internal Memory"), and all data be loaded.
Change all bank references
This command changes all program banks speciﬁed for tim-
bres in combinations or tracks of multi sets.
1 Select "Change all bank references" to access the dialog
2 To execute this command for combinations, check "Com-
bination." To execute this command for multi sets, check
3 Specify the banks to be changed ("Program Bank").
4 To execute the Change All Bank References command,
press the [MENU/OK] button. To cancel, press the
If you change two or more different banks to the same
bank, it will not be possible to use this function to
change them back to different banks. Be careful that the
change destination banks do not overlap.
Half Damper Calibration
If a damper pedal that supports half damper (the separately
sold DS–1H option) is connected to the rear panel DAMPER
jack, here's how you can adjust the sensitivity if the damper
effect is not applied appropriately.
1 Connect the half damper pedal to the DAMPER jack.
2 Select "Half Damper Calibration" to access the dialog
3 Press the half damper pedal, and then release the pedal.
4 Press the [MENU/OK] button.
If the adjustment could not be performed correctly, an
error message will appear. Please repeat the procedure.
Since the operation of the half damper pedal is delicate,
please use the separately sold DS–1H option. If any
other pedal is used, the correct effect may not be
obtained, or adjustment may not be possible.