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Backing Up Data And Initializing The Settings; Data Maintained When Power Is Turned Off; Saving The User Song Data To A Computer; Transferring Smf Files Between A Computer And This Instrument - Yamaha ARIUS YDP-S52 Owner's Manual

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Backing up Data and Initializing the Settings

Data Maintained When Power is Turned Off

The following settings and data are maintained even if you turn the power off.
• Metronome Volume
• Metronome Beat
• Touch Sensitivity
• Tuning
• Intelligent Acoustic Control Depth
• Intelligent Acoustic Control On/Off

Saving the User Song data to a computer

Among the data listed above, only the User Song data (USERSONG00.MID) can
be transferred to a computer and saved as an SMF file. For details, refer to the
"Computer-related Operations" on the website (page 9).

Transferring SMF Files Between a Computer and this Instrument

With Musicsoft Downloader (available for free downloading), up to 10 SMF files
can be transferred from the computer to the internal memory of this instrument,
and vice versa. For details, refer to the "Computer-related Operations" on the
website (page 9).
Types of file that can be exchanged with a computer
Files with a .mid extension (SMF format 0 or 1)

Initializing the Settings

With this operation, all data (with the exception of the Songs) will be reset to the
factory default settings.
To do this, simultaneously hold down the C7 (the highest) key and turn on the
YDP-S52 Owner's Manual
• Stereophonic Optimizer On/Off
• Operation Confirmation Sounds On/Off
• Auto Power Off Enable/Disable
• User Song data
• Song data (SMF Files) loaded from a computer
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Saved data may be lost due
to malfunction or incorrect
operation. Save important
data to an external device
such as a computer.
Certain MIDI files in SMF
format 0 or 1 may contain data
that is not supported by your
digital piano. In such a case,
the files may not play as
originally intended.
Never turn off the power
while the Initialize operation
is being executed (that is,
while the [REC], [PLAY], [+R]
and [–L] lamps are flashing).
If this instrument somehow
becomes disabled or
malfunctions, turn off the
power then execute

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