Configuration

Setting Procedure

The device needs to be set up before use. To enter the edit mode, press and hold down the right button while switching on the synthesizer.

Uni_ext_setup_eng_3.jpg

The following message must appear:
NewSD

Then the display shows the synthesizer type selection field:
<ТXX>

where XX is the number of the synthesizer type. Using the left and right buttons, select the required type according to the table below.

The following message comes up:
DONE


Type Device
2 Yamaha QS300
3 Korg i3 01/W
4 Roland E68 EM25 EXR5 Yamaha PSR4000 PSR7000
5 Korg Karma Triton
6 Ensoniq TS10 TS10+ TS12 ASR10 Kurzweil K2000
7 Korg PA50 PA60 iS50
8 Roland E500
9 Roland XP80
10 Yamaha PSR340 PSR350 PSR450 PSR540 PSR550 PSR630 PSR640 PSR730 PSR740 PSR1000 PSR1100 PSR2000 PSR2100 MDF3 Akai MPC200 Roland XP60 Technics SX KN6000
11 Ensoniq SD1
12 Ensoniq MR61 MR76
13 Korg iS40
14 Roland VA3
15 Roland G600 G800 EM50 EM55 MT120 MT120S E66 E86 E96 RA800 RA95 XP50
16 Korg i5S iX300 (26 pin ultra-thin cable) 
17 Casio CTK731 WK1800 MZ2000
18 Roland EXR-E²
19 Yamaha PSR620 MDF2 SY85 Korg i4S x3 x3R (24 pin ultra-thin cable) and Mehatronika M10
20 Korg n364 (26 pin ultra-thin cable) 
21 Roland G1000 VA5 VA7 VA76
22 Roland SD35
23 Yamaha SY77 SY99 DX7IIFD (26 pin cable) 
24 Yamaha W7 (24 pin ultra-thin cable)
25 Roland MC50mkII MV30 W30
26 Yamaha QY700 EX5
27 Korg Trinity Solton MS100 Ketron SD1 Desk Top PC

Having selected the type of the synthesizer, enter the number of databanks on the memory card. By default, the maximum number of databanks for the given memory capacity is selected.
<bMAX>

The message shows up:
DONE

Having selected the required type of the synthesizer, select the mode of operation:
<MODE>

The UniFlash has four modes of operation:
 
EXT
INT
EXTMEM
INTMEM

The EXT mode (external installation) is to be used when the device is used instead of the synthesizer’s built-in FDD.
The INT mode (internal installation) is used when your device is operated together with the synthesizer’s own disk drive.
The EXTMEM and INTMEM modes automatically memorize the databank where you are before switching off the instrument. Upon subsequent switching on the synthesizer, the same databank will be available.
Select the required mode using the left and right buttons.
 
The confirmation message comes up again:
DONE

After selection of the synthesizer type and the UniFlash mode of operation, we can create a system data bank for our synthesizer. 
<bSYS>

Please, note that some electronic musical instruments (such as Akai and Ensoniq modules) require downloading of their operating system from a diskette first, before they can acquire their complete functionality. So, we can store such system in one of the databanks assigned by us for that purpose. Then, upon switching on, the synthesizer downloads the operating system from the databank where it is stored and automatically goes over into the operating mode.

Use the left and right buttons to select the required system bank. If you do not need it, leave SYSNO there. The instrument’s own floppy disk drive (FLOPPY) can also be a system databank. It precedes SYSNO and is designated as SYSFL

SYSFL
SYSNO
SYS010

The confirmation message comes up:
DONE

Having completed the setting procedure, the device automatically goes into the operating mode.
 
Whenever you install a new memory card, its databanks contain some casual data. Therefore, before using a databank (as well as a diskette) you have to format it. The best way to do it is to use your synthesizer. However, you can do it using the format function on your PC and the software supplied.


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