If you need the factory sounds, you can initialize the patches to the
default. I forgot how, it's in the manual. If you don't have a manual
I'll hunt for mine, but assume it's all available on a web site
If you're trying to out put sysex information to an external device,
again, it will do a patch dump. Again the manual.
If you want, for some other reason, to have the M1 patches outside the
machine, there are a number of shareware and freeware patch-editors for
the M1, most of which will have the default patches in them, or you can
dump them to the program via the the patch-dump options on the M1.
Go to the usual shareware sites for your computer.
Once done, I have no idea whether your MPC200xl, whatever that might
be, can store or exchange sysex.
. Initialize the M1 to factory default settings: Press INT, CARD, and COMBIQuote:> I need to load the orig Factory sounds in my M1 but I need them in a
> midi format so I can transfer them via my MPC2000xl ....please help
> ....Can I get the sounds from another keyboard without a ROM card
Korg M1, Page 49
deletes all internal memory, including all sounds, sequences, drum kits, and
global settings. This zeros out the M1. If you have any
common sense, don't do this without a backup.)
Here's the address to download the Manual.
Most MIDI equipment from that era have a similsr type reset function. Maybe
this will help.
Did you check it's pockets?
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