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Viewing topic "S70XS problem when saving multis"

Posted on: March 21, 2016 @ 04:59 PM
Total Posts:  7
Joined  02-23-2016
status: Newcomer


Just bought an S70XS.

In a multi patch when I edit some part of a voice, for example if I tun off a certain element or if I change the lfo of a voice, I “tune up” it at my taste them save the multi to memory. After changing to another patch and come back to the previews edited multi the settings I have made are lost.
It only happens in the element part of the voice. All settings made in the Common part of the voice remain saved.

I use the editor on my pc and noticed that if I recall the multi patch from the pc the stings are sent to the S70.

Is there any option that I need to turn on on the S70XS?

Thanx in advance!

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Posted on: March 21, 2016 @ 05:12 PM
Total Posts:  38
Joined  11-07-2003
status: Regular

I think the MULTI level is too hi to save that lower level parameter. Go to the voice level and edit and save as a new voice - then replace the voice in the multi with the edited one.

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Posted on: March 21, 2016 @ 06:09 PM
Total Posts:  7
Joined  02-23-2016
status: Newcomer

Thank you very much for the reply.

I understand that but why is everything ok when I sent the bulk data from the pc editor? 

I can deal with the situation that way however there is one thing that would really be very important for me.
Sometimes I want to start playing in a multi with the part 4 muted in the beginning of a song, for example then in the refrain I want that part on.
I save the multi with that part muted but then when I recall it, after changing to another patch, all the parts are on.
Also the same situation here. If I recall the patch from the pc all the patch opens with the saved muted parts. This doesn’t make sense to me…

  [ Ignore ]