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X50 - How to Organize Programs and Combi's - UPDATED!
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Bob S
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 01, 2007 8:23 pm    Post subject: X50 - How to Organize Programs and Combi's - UPDATED! Reply with quote

There have been a few questions about preparing set lists and renaming voices (Programs and Combinations), so here are the step-by-step instructions for doing it using the provided Computer Editor. They have been written for the X50 and Windows XP, but will probably work much the same for the MicroX. These instructions will work for Program or Combination Mode.

If you have not yet set up your X50 with the computer, please download the latest USB driver and X50 Editors for your Operating system.

January 2, 2010 update: There is an updated Flash ROM available for X50 and Micro X that provides a 'Favorites" function. This will allow you to quickly store your favorite Combi's and Programs in one place for quick access. You'll need to install the latest USB Midi driver before performing the upgrade.

Updated link:
http://www.korg.com/SupportResults.aspx?productid=253 (Select the 'Downloads' tab)

1. Load the latest USB driver and X50 Editor software.
2. Connect the X50 to the computer with a USB cable.
3. Turn on the X50 and launch the X50 Editor. The program will sync with the X50 and will dump the Program and Combination parameters of the X50 into the computer editor.
a. Note - you have to get this working first before going on.

Let’s save the current selection of Programs and Combis in your X50 BEFORE you proceed with the instructions below. You will always have this file to refer back to later on.
1. Click Utility
2. Click Save in the drop down dialog
3. The standard Windows File ‘Save As’ Dialog box pops up.
4. Give your file a name (something like ‘Factory Settings’ plus a date, or some name you will recognize later.
5. Pick a location and Save the file. It will be a good idea to keep all of your X50 Editor files in this same location, so you may want to make a unique subdirectly for them.


When you have done this, you can now safely alter any editable parameters, and rename and/or relocate any Program or Combination as required.
1. Click Program or Combi in the upper left of the editor.
2. Click on the Browser tab
3. Select the Bank letter that contains a sound or combi you want to move.
4. In the right panel, Navigate to the sound and DOUBLE click on it. You should see the same program or combi change on your X50.
5. Click on the Utility tab
6. Click on 'Write Program' in Program mode, or on 'Write Combination' in Combi mode. It's the top selection in the drop down menu.
7. A new box will pop up showing the category and name you have selected (number 1 and 2).
8. If you want to rename a Program or Combination, DOUBLE click in box 2 now. Gray shading will appear behind the letters. Use your Computer’s keyboard to type whatever name you’d like. Take care not to get too wordy.
9. Using your mouse, go to selection number 3, entitled “Choose Destination and select the Bank letter location you want to move that program or combi to.
a. Please note that whatever Program or Combi that is already at that location will be displayed.
10. Click in the box below that will show whatever Program or Combi is located in that spot when you fired up your X50. When you have properly selected this box, it will have a red boarder around it.
11. Now use your computer’s Up or Down Arrow keys to navigate to the location you want to copy the Program or Combi listed in box number 2.
12. When you find the spot you want, click OK to proceed.
13. If you are sure, click on OK.

Now that you have moved things around, you need to save this Editor session. As you did before…
1. Click Utility
2. Click Save in the drop down
3. The standard Windows File ‘Save As’ Dialog box pops up.
4. Give your file a name (something that relates to the changes you made, or a date)
5. Pick a location and Save the file.

A few hints:
1. After you do this a few times you will realize that you have to plan ahead. Also, keep in mind that you can factory reset the X50 to reload all the factory settings, so you can always go back.

2. Go to the Korg website and download the available PDF files. You may want to print out the ‘Voice Name List’ file. It has all the factory names and locations for everything. http://www.korg.com/SupportResults.aspx?productid=253

3. Figure out which Programs or Combi’s you may never use. (remember, you can get them back later if you want) as use these locations as your ‘scratch pad’ locations.

Have fun and experiment – just be sure to save any changes you want to keep as UNIQUE file names.

Bob


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2007 3:40 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

very helpful post, should deserve a sticky post Wink
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 26, 2008 12:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

hello,

i have a question regarding the save function on my micro x editor ,

as i understand this function is for saving files with custom programs and combis on your pc or mac now i tried that by altering some program performance parameters on the play page then saving it to a file on my pc

but when i later on loaded that same file the settings i had altered in the program weren't all the same as i saved (i had for instance chosen a new arp pattern this wasnt loaded) other things did seem to be recalled but this for instance wasnt is this how its supposed to be? i have the
1.0.3 editor version
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 02, 2010 4:24 am    Post subject: Hello help Reply with quote

What a GREAT Post!!!

Thanks
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 19, 2010 7:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Does anybody know how the "Favorites" function works? Because I can't punch in the numbers fast enough to make some quick program changes.
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 18, 2010 8:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

@Ryham

What model r u using? X50 or Micro?

In X50, u need software ver1.0.1 or 1.0.5 to save ur favorite program/combi from 1 to 0 for quick recall.

1. Select the Program/Combi you want to save.
2. Hold down the [–] button and press the numeric button [1] (to save your selection to button 1). The selected program will be registered to the numeric button [1]. A message indicating that the registration has been completed will be shown as long as you hold down the numeric button.
3. Repeat same procedure until u fill up all buttons 1-0.
Note:
When you re-register a program or combination to a previously-registered numeric buttons, the previous setting will be overwritten.

Here’s how to recall a program or combination you’ve registered.
1. Press the [./HOLD] button 3x to make the “FAVORITES” indication appear. The Favorites function will be turned on.
2. Make sure that “Program Select” or “Combi Select” is selected.
3. You can press the numeric button [1] to select the registered program immediately. Similarly, you can press the numeric button [2] to select the registered combination.


Note:
The Favorites Setup settings are preserved even when the power is turned off. You don’t need to write (save) them.
Note:
If the Global “Power On Mode” is set to Memorize, the on/off state of the “FAVORITES” indication (i.e., the on/off status of the Favorites function) will be preserved the next time you turn on the power.


Hope it helped you.

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 28, 2010 4:10 pm    Post subject: X50 - How to Organize Programs and Combi's - UPDATED! Reply with quote

But what about the cominations referring to the changed programs? Once you changed some programs every combination using a changed sound will not work anymore??
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 21, 2012 7:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ryham wrote:
Does anybody know how the "Favorites" function works? Because I can't punch in the numbers fast enough to make some quick program changes.


@kasmot
I would like to ask the same question about the Micro X
There was an adendum in the box when i got it refering to this but i can't find it & as usual, Korg has neglected to ad the extra info into the online documentation.
Any help with this would be apreciated as i have a performance coming up & i really need to use the favorites fuction.

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2013 5:39 am    Post subject: List of all X50 Programs, and which Combis use them Reply with quote

Here is a list of all Korg X50 Programs, and which Combis use them, in the factory default setup.

With this list you should be able to pick Programs for your own use which are not used by any factory Combis. Note that there are quite a few Progs which are not used by ANY Combis.

This was not an easy list to make. Please let me know if you find any errors!

Code:

Prog  Is used by these Combis:
----  ------------------------------------------------
A000: B048 B087 B125 C038 C059 C127
A001: A000 A048
A002:
A003:
A004: A002 A005 A006 A016 A018 A032 A043 A051
A005:
A006: A029
A007: A037 A120 A127 B047 B077 B127
A008: A123 B060
A009: A002
A010:
A011: A006
A012: A028 A092 B060
A013:
A014:
A015: A014
A016:
A017: A016
A018:
A019: A002 A019
A020: A000 A019 A029 A048
A021: A043
A022: A009 A013 B113
A023: A120 B111 C071 C099
A024: A012
A025: B020 C102
A026: A102 B126
A027: A035 A038 A063 B003 C034
A028:
A029: A002
A030: A019 A025 A026 A027 A041 A065 A089 A123
A031: A014
A032: A032
A033: A007 A021 B000 C007 C022 C087
A034: A002
A035: A001 A009 A033
A036:
A037: B011 C043
A038: C052
A039: A015 A111 B015 B111
A040: A104 C012
A041: B006 B066 B082 B118 C022 C042
A042: A070 A075 B018
A043: A029 A043 A085 B015 B019 B047 B055 B069 C037 C053 C072 C080 C103 C116
A044:
A045:
A046: B013 C049 C109
A047: A046 A078 B076 B086
A048: A004 A123 B010
A049: B080 B085 C016
A050: A070 C126
A051: B006 B053
A052: A079 B060 B070 C062 C102 C118
A053: A092 C043
A054: A009 A061 A065 B029 B041 B057 C009 C123
A055:
A056: A055
A057:
A058:
A059: A023 A056 A087 B000 B024 B054 B066 C019 C021 C039 C068 C087 C117
A060: C067
A061:
A062: A025 A026 A041 C123
A063: A101 C014
A064: B094 B122 C005 C010 C100
A065: A068 B068 C104
A066: B026 B071 B087 B101
A067: A060
A068: A078 B062 C106
A069: A007 B007 B055 B103 C087
A070:
A071: A035 A037 A052
A072: A090 B076
A073: A036 B002 B058 C004 C011
A074:
A075: A004
A076:
A077: A022
A078: A125 C091 C112
A079: B004 C126
A080: B058 B102 C058 C091
A081: A051
A082:
A083: A039 A099 A102 B035 B083 C035 C054 C094
A084: A035 A118 B101 C006
A085: A070 A091
A086: B045
A087: B085 B090
A088: A048 A090 A093 A108 B056 B076 B108 C044 C061
A089: A054 A125 B093 B123 C061
A090: A005 B005 C067
A091: B020 B074
A092: A017 A034 A076 B030 B088 B121 C012 C073 C089 C124
A093: A050 B107 C028 C046
A094: A072
A095: A026 A104 B046 C008
A096: A007 A086 B085
A097: A003 A089
A098: A036 A063 B005 B094 C104
A099: B012 B033 B081 C081 C097 C121
A100: A030 A051 A054 A063 A067 A069 A078 A114 A119 A126 B002 B045 B052 B064 B090 B096 B099 B102 B109 B118 C000 C032 C038 C075 C085 C118 C120
A101: C067
A102: A039 A084 A090 A122 B071 B094 C052
A103: A031 A095 B031 B063 B095 C095
A104: A112 B093
A105: B074 C120
A106: A069 C055
A107: A085 A099 B085 C016
A108: A005 B126
A109: A046
A110: A110 B127 C053
A111: B126 C069
A112: B122
A113: B064 C000 C044
A114:
A115: A021 B005 C032 C066
A116: A013 A018 A052 A064 A083 A101 A125 B099 B113
A117: C023
A118: A009 A013 A057 A121 B045 B057 C025 C041 C049 C057 C125
A119: A103
A120: A090 C064 C093 C112
A121: A058 A098 A122
A122: A052 A067 A070 A106 A118 B087 C006 C020 C102
A123: A036 A070 A094 B004 B006 B094 B101 B126 C071
A124: A100 B113
A125:
A126: A013
A127: A118 B082 C069
B000: A071 A091 A115 A119 B004 B093 B110 C020 C036 C052 C070 C078 C084
B001: A045 B032 B038 B051 B063 B070 B087 B095 C003 C023 C051 C085 C096
B002:
B003: A113 A124 B017 B097 C009 C081
B004: A004 A007 A019 A020 A021 A022 A023 A036 A038 A066 A071 A074 A086 A087 A102 B004 B005 B006 B007 B021 B022 B023 B035 B037 B042 B051 B055 B058 B101 B119 C002 C004 C007 C010 C019 C020 C022 C023 C024 C036 C039 C070 C071 C074 C083 C084 C087 C100 C115 C122
B005: A099 A119 B045 B087 C020 C021 C038 C086
B006: B013
B007: A015 B069 B077
B008: B056
B009: A018 A020 A054 B004 C036 C054 C070
B010: C091
B011: A069 A103 B067 B119 C006 C055
B012: A060 A124 B028 B092 C007 C039 C056 C060 C092
B013: B002 C066
B014:
B015: A046 A118 B014 C046 C114
B016: A087 A106 B080
B017: A083 B048 C022 C062
B018:
B019: A003 A004 A014
B020: A015 A024 A037 A038 A047 A055 A056 A072 A077 A109 A117 A127 B000 B002 B015 B019 B039 B045 B047 B048 B060 B109 B113 B117 C027 C048 C051 C067
B021: B113 C043
B022: B025
B023: A077 A109
B024: A076 A096 B034 B076 C044 C050 C061 C093
B025: A037 A038 A086 A091 B037 B066 B075 B119 C050
B026:
B027: A013 A100 A111 C043 C113
B028:
B029: A091 A094 C082 C098
B030: A023 C040 C088 C101
B031:
B032: A020 A039 A074 B022 B039 C024
B033: A024
B034:
B035: A033 A041 A081
B036:
B037: A027 B043 C046 C075
B038: B023 B042 B090
B039: A047 A077 A079 A085 B111 C077
B040: B123
B041: A034 B086 C054
B042:
B043: B085
B044: B040 C101
B045: B026 B056
B046: B027 C013
B047: A012 B102 C040 C101
B048:
B049: A080 B016 C118
B050: A030
B051: C002 C070
B052: A013 A064 A126
B053: A064
B054: A045 A057 B009 B025 B029 B049 B105 B121 C009 C029 C030 C045 C089
B055: C074
B056: B104 B117 C053 C119
B057: A008
B058: B035
B059: A055 A077 A079 A110 A127 B051 B060 C058 C076
B060:
B061: B086 C050 C082
B062: A061 A121 B061 B073 C025 C073
B063: A030 B053 C067
B064: B042 B075 B106 C002 C120
B065:
B066: A094 C005
B067: A019 A045 A068 A073 A081 A097 A113 B027 B031 B041 B049 B065 B076 B091 B097 B105 B108 B120 B121 B124 C033 C056 C061 C065 C089 C096
B068: A045 B001 B009 B030 B056 B088 C088 C106
B069: A088 B003 B104
B070: A066 A067 A084 B110 C042 C055
B071: A077 A079 A111 A127 B077 C015 C077
B072: A049
B073: A059 C091
B074: B119 C035
B075: A020 A053 A068 A084 A088 A119 B084 B110 C085
B076:
B077: B018 B050 B116 B117 C018 C020 C034
B078: A112
B079: A078 B046 C014
B080: C106
B081: A051 B024 B058 B104 B112
B082:
B083: B071 B110 C084
B084: A030 A038 A042 A087 A099 A115 A119 A120 B020 B035 B039 C023 C053 C069 C077
B085: A023 A107 A124 B040 B092 C012
B086: B009 B045 C041 C045 C116
B087: A042 C085
B088: A090 A093 A117 B012 B044 B093 B108 B117 C058 C076
B089: A018 A117 A123 B002 B039 B082 B106 B117 B118 C083 C091 C120
B090:
B091: A071 B055 B066 C007 C052 C071 C126
B092: A017 A089 C088
B093:
B094: A072 B072
B095: A062 B078
B096: B099 B106
B097: A112 B112 C021 C048
B098: A098 C104
B099: A105 A124 B005 B061 C030 C096
B100: A009 A040 A045 B001 B040 B059 B088 B115 C009 C040 C045 C075 C101 C104 C105
B101: A022 A069 A084 B022
B102:
B103: A031 A095 B063 B095 C031 C063 C095
B104: A012 A093 A108 C032
B105: A053
B106:
B107: A021 B003 B005 B021 C022
B108: B055 C019 C053 C087
B109: C018
B110: A061 A080 B025 C121
B111: B100
B112:
B113: A096
B114: A062 A115
B115: A005 A083 A114 B038 B052 B068 B080 B100
B116: A071 B010 B062 C052 C083
B117: A011 A043 C075 C085
B118: B013 C109
B119: A058 A103 B103
B120: A044 B112
B121: A058
B122:
B123: B115 C068 C119
B124: C092
B125: A082 B082
B126: B027 C013
B127:
C000: A070 A071 A087 A106 B022 B035 B037 B126 C004 C035 C078 C084
C001: A088 B051 C062 C064 C105
C002: A030 A039 A071 A102 A106 C002 C020 C066 C102
C003: A000 A001 A026 A033 A064 A065 C123
C004: A028 A030 A053 A077 A085 A101 A102 A109 A114 A126 A127 B010 B015 B021 B024 B047 B066 B067 B071 B080 B083 B085 B099 B111 B120 C005 C008 C016 C019 C021 C022 C024 C038 C055 C079 C103 C110
C005: A037 A074 A103 B011 B058 B068 B103 C004 C062 C074 C078 C083
C006: B030
C007: A054 A127
C008: A008 A018 A032 A104 B043 B060 B061 B106 C072 C108
C009: A020 A053 A090 A117 A119 A123 B037 B039 B075 C004 C023 C026 C039 C111
C010: A052
C011: A086 B022 B119 C005
C012: A028 A110 B072 B092 B120 B124 C028
C013: A086 B050 B066 B067 B071 C024 C038
C014: A023 C040 C101
C015:
C016:
C017: A018
C018: A062 C030
C019:
C020: A035 A047 A055 A079 A083 A084 A088 A111 B003 B036 B038 B045 B048 B051 B052 B054 B069 B104 B127 C016 C051 C058 C076 C086 C125
C021: B059 B127 C041
C022: A056
C023: A079 B015 B047 B054 B069 B127 C047
C024: A044 B034 B076 B108
C025: A034 A094
C026: C098 C117 C122
C027: B113
C028: C099
C029: B086 C014 C054 C098 C120
C030: A073 A121 B061 C073
C031: C046 C115
C032: A086 B007 B055 C010 C011 C023 C039 C100 C122
C033: A024 C021
C034: A036
C035: A097 A113 A124 B012 B017 B091 C001 C033 C121
C036: A075
C037: A066 A087 B023 B037 B042 B058 C002 C023 C042 C100
C038: A005 A039 A108
C039: B077 C015
C040: A008 B008 C012 C068 C072
C041: A104 A108 B014 B108 B123 C068
C042: B024 B083 B094 B123 C018 C062
C043: B036
C044: A060 A089 C027
C045: A034 A082 B018 B038 B082 B094 C018 C094
C046: B019 B054 C049
C047: A006 B014 C046
C048: A010 A069 A101 A106 B074 B082 B084 C014
C049: A080 B016 C080
C050: A088 A115
C051: A118 B006 C055
C052: A008 A012 A024 A027 A116 A126 B062
C053: A107 B027 B043 B072 B117 C031 C075 C098 C109
C054: A061 B089 B105 C025 C057
C055: A116 B010 B042 B118 C042 C074
C056: A068
C057: A046 B044 B070 B083 C008 C106 C114
C058:
C059: A024 A054 B067 B116 C051
C060: C027
C061:
C062: A041 A073 B061
C063: B107
C064:
C065: B003 B096 C003
C066: A020 C005 C020 C094
C067:
C068: B043 B088 C011 C040 C088 C101
C069: B037 B052 B115 C022
C070:
C071: A063 A109 B063 B079 B095 B109 C015 C031 C095
C072: A053
C073: B035 B102 C068 C107
C074: A069 A115 B082 B126 C117
C075: A005 A053 A115 B101 C069 C102
C076:
C077: B002 B114 C107
C078: B112 C037 C051
C079: A006 C014
C080: C035
C081: A056 B064 B096 C000 C032 C076
C082:
C083: B080 C110
C084: A003 A007 A022 A066 B006 B007 B022 B042 B053 B085 B115 B116 B119 C002 C006 C010 C036 C039 C070 C071 C117 C119
C085: B011 B027 C075
C086: C125
C087: A103
C088: B011 B012
C089: A027 A032 B008
C090:
C091:
C092: A117 C060 C124
C093: A046 B108 B114 B118
C094: B072
C095:
C096: A004 A037 A099 B074 C024 C035 C038
C097: B036 B099
C098: A099
C099: A040 B031 B040 B057 B065 C031 C096
C100: A000 A008 A011 A028 A047 A064 A068 A092 A110 A111 A114 A120 B001 B008 B016 B024 B062 B064 B069 B088 B093 B096 B111 C003 C008 C062 C072 C109
C101: A067 C035
C102: A005 C090
C103: B068 C015 C047
C104: B125
C105: C027 C090
C106: B090 B110
C107:
C108: B051 B126 C021
C109: A038 A098 A122 B116 C018
C110: A067 B020
C111:
C112: B071 C074
C113:
C114: A062
C115: C069
C116:
C117: A011 B026
C118: B105
C119: B084 C003 C103
C120: B044 B125 C011 C058
C121: A004 A086 B110 C011
C122:
C123: A062
C124: A096 B028 B120 B124 C032 C124
C125: B050
C126: C013
C127: A012 A026 B046 B078 C014
D000:
D001:
D002: A053 A066
D003: A061 A073 A092 A108 A113 B001 B009 B012 B017 B025 B029 B033 B059 B061 B081 B089 B092 B105 C001 C009 C017 C026 C029 C030 C031 C033 C037 C041 C065 C081 C088 C097
D004: A024 A039 A047 A062 A063 A068 A085 A101 A103 A120 A125 B010 B016 B038 B042 B068 B070 B084 B086 B087 B089 B103 B113 B115 B120 C003 C010 C027 C035 C037 C052 C054 C071 C072 C077 C083 C085 C102 C104 C109 C118 C119
D005:
D006: B019 B054 C019 C049
D007: A047 A063
D008: C012 C040 C101 C108
D009: A061 B026 B065 B076 B089 B124 C048 C081
D010: A094
D011:
D012: A060 A124 B028 B036 B052 C060
D013: A088 B098 B101 B118 C119 C120
D014: B088 B120 C063
D015: A118
D016:
D017: A054 A056 C005 C061 C064
D018:
D019: A070 B026 B068
D020: A011 A055 A100 A111 C068 C069 C113 C116
D021: A001
D022: A013 A038 A056 B019 C049
D023: B015 B047 B069 B079 B127
D024: A049 A093 A112 B044 C050 C076 C093
D025: A046 A049 B122 C114
D026: B100 B123
D027: B036 B113 C008
D028: C099
D029: C083
D030: C111
D031:
D032: A074 A116 B002 B005 C091
D033:
D034: C122
D035: A037 A040 A097 A105 A121 B001 B033 B049 B081 B091 C017 C049 C065 C073 C097
D036:
D037: C083
D038: A057 C009 C125
D039: B079 C077 C116
D040: B008
D041: A033 A075
D042: A006 C098
D043: A102
D044: A040 B040 C040
D045: B098 C034
D046: C013
D047:
D048: A010 B103 C034 C054 C094
D049:
D050: A030
D051: B053 C006
D052: A076 A089
D053: A011 A107 B034 B043 B056 B127 C031 C041 C095
D054: B010 B061 C045
D055: C079 C086
D056:
D057: A008 A059 A107 A108 B027 B032 B034 B089 B107 C028 C048
D058: B068 B126
D059:
D060: A074 A083 B010 B051 B055 B080 C010 C016 C039 C051 C092
D061: B102 C107
D062: A025 B073 B095
D063: A097 B009 B031 B064 B065 B096 B097 B105 B112 B121 C105
D064: A074 C004 C034 C036 C091 C100
D065: A032 A064
D066: C098 C117
D067: A002 A048 A089 C000 C001 C026 C046
D068: A022
D069: A116 B116
D070: C004 C106 C115
D071: A022 C043
D072: B021 B093 C076 C110 C117
D073: A004 A009 A017 A081
D074: B052
D075: A039 B086 B100 B123
D076: C092
D077: A034 A050 A091 A094 B083 B100
D078: A016 A054 A087 C039
D079: A075 A078 B008 B067 C058
D080:
D081: C103 C118
D082:
D083: C036 C106
D084: A003 A029 A080 A118 A119 B023 B102 B115 C037 C038 C074 C087
D085: A078
D086: A121 B029
D087: C104
D088: A099 B050 B125
D089:
D090:
D091:
D092: A060 A092
D093: A028 A052 A082 A104 B038 C069
D094: A072 B120
D095: C055
D096:
D097: A098 B019 C112
D098: C106
D099: A057 A121 B049 B097 C025 C029 C031 C057 C060 C097 C105
D100: A015 A019 A084 C099
D101: A084 B071 B083 C024 C115
D102: A001 A017 A025 A033 A064 A065 A105 B033 B049 B073 C017 C033 C097 C123
D103: A075 B088
D104: B007 B024 B055 C019 C037 C070 C071
D105: A026
D106:
D107: A073 B041 B049 C025
D108:
D109: A002 A082 B039
D110: A019 A027 A045 A073 A121 B009 B017 B025 B029 B031 B061 B073 B097 C025 C073 C111
D111:
D112: A097 B017 B097 C049 C095 C121
D113: B032 C059 C113
D114:
D115: A003
D116: A029
D117: A048 A070 A078 B098
D118: A057 A116 B057 C029
D119: B001
D120:
D121:
D122:
D123:
D124: B052 B124
D125: A088 C007 C094
D126:
D127:
G001:
G002:
G003:
G004:
G005:
G006:
G007: B025
G008: A080
G009: A025 A076 B056
G010:
G011:
G012:
G013: C030
G014: A025 C108
G015: A044
G016:
G017: A109
G018: A109
G019:
G020: B063 C031 C095
G021: C063
G022: A072
G023:
G024: A072
G025:
G026: C124
G027:
G028:
G029: B003
G030:
G031:
G032:
G033:
G034: A003
G035:
G036:
G037:
G038:
G039:
G040:
G041:
G042:
G043:
G044: A001 A065
G045: B030
G046: B030 B121
G047: A076 B028 B030 B121
G048: A045 A121 B009 B025 B030 B056 B121 C009 C025 C030 C041 C088 C105
G049:
G050:
G051:
G052:
G053:
G054: C043
G055: B027
G056:
G057:
G058:
G059:
G060:
G061:
G062:
G063: C074
G064:
G065:
G066:
G067:
G068: B013
G069:
G070:
G071:
G072:
G073: B031 B063
G074:
G075:
G076:
G077:
G078:
G079:
G080: B095
G081:
G082:
G083:
G084:
G085:
G086:
G087:
G088: C122
G089: A093 B072
G090: A059
G091:
G092:
G093:
G094:
G095:
G096:
G097:
G098:
G099: B078
G100:
G101:
G102:
G103:
G104:
G105:
G106:
G107:
G108:
G109:
G110:
G111:
G112:
G113: C093
G114:
G115: C072
G116:
G117: C030 C088
G118:
G119:
G120: A045 C030
G121:
G122: B072
G123: B046 C028
G124: A104 B046 C028
G125: A052
G126: B078
G127: B072
G128: C014


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2013 10:30 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

If you use a Triton PCG file you can use PCG Tools to automatically creates a list like above.

See the link in my signature for more info.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 21, 2013 8:47 pm    Post subject: an easy problem Reply with quote

Hello,

I play the Korg x50 in a small band, I have a manual but I didn't find any words about how to programming a sound to 1 to 10 buttons.
There are 10 buttons on the right side of the keyboard, marked with numbers. I will have a gig soon, and I need to know, how can I assign a sound to a button (1st button - organ, 2nd - piano etc) I should change the sound of the banks fast during the gig.

Sorry, but my native language is not english, hope you understand my problem.

Thanks for the clear answer.

Balázs
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 21, 2013 10:33 pm    Post subject: Re: an easy problem Reply with quote

balages wrote:
Hello,

I play the Korg x50 in a small band, I have a manual but I didn't find any words about how to programming a sound to 1 to 10 buttons.
There are 10 buttons on the right side of the keyboard, marked with numbers. I will have a gig soon, and I need to know, how can I assign a sound to a button (1st button - organ, 2nd - piano etc) I should change the sound of the banks fast during the gig.

Sorry, but my native language is not english, hope you understand my problem.

Thanks for the clear answer.

Balázs


I guess with the editor or on the synth itself you can copy programs (or combis) from one location to another.

I assume the 10 buttons are just to select numbers, e.g. for selecting program or combi A000, A001 etc to A127 (I assume).
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 21, 2013 1:30 am    Post subject: Re: an easy problem Reply with quote

balages wrote:
Hello,
I play the Korg x50 in a small band, I have a manual but I didn't find any words about how to programming a sound to 1 to 10 buttons.
There are 10 buttons on the right side of the keyboard, marked with numbers. I will have a gig soon, and I need to know, how can I assign a sound to a button (1st button - organ, 2nd - piano etc) I should change the sound of the banks fast during the gig.
Balázs


FAVORITES does this (only in latest ROM version).

TO DESIGNATE PROGs/COMBIs as your FAVORITES:

Select a PROG/COMBI that you want to save as a favorite. Now hold down the minus ("-") key and press a digit key (0-9) to assign the CURRENT PROG/COMBI to that favorite key.

To use FAVORITES MODE in performance:

Press HOLD key until "FAVORITES" is displayed. You are in "FAVORITES MODE". Now you can press one of the ten digit keys to instantly recall the favorite PROG/COMBI that you assigned to that key.

Note: in FAVORITES mode you cannot use the digit keys to select any other progs/combis besides your favorites. Press Hold key again to leave Favorites mode.
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 20, 2013 3:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thank you, mblais - that was a lot of work, and we appreciate the useful tool you've provided. Very Happy
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