How To Save A Sequencer Song

When the Kronos starts up, it does not load a sequencer song into memory. Here are the steps to save a song, and then save it to disk, and then how to load it again the next time you start the synthesizer up.

Starting in sequencer mode

Select Rename Song from the menu

This will bring up a screen showing the title

Tap the “T” to the left of the title to bring up the keyboard

Rename the song

Tap OK to return to this screen

Tap OK to return to the first screen. Your new title will be there

To save, start by pressing the Disk button

The file system menu will show

Tap the Save tab

The filename dialog will appear

Tap the “T” to the left of the filename to bring up the keyboard

Name the file using underscores for spaces

Tap OK to return to the previous dialog

Tap OK to save the song file

When the save is complete, it will go back to this screen

The song is now saved

To reload the sequencer song the next time you start the synthesizer:

Start by pressing the Disk button

This screen will appear, showing your song file

Tap the song file to highlight it. Note the buttons that light up

Tap Load, and this screen appears

Tap OK and you will see this loading screen

Once the load is complete, you can return to sequencer mode, and you will see your song title.

Now you know how to save a sequencer song and load it again!


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