TECHNICS KN2600

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    User NameCarryduff

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    Hi, would be very grateful for any advice on how to load 2 midi files into keyboards song memory from SD card. This model keyboard has 1 to 10 song memory but I can only load all midi files to song 1.It would appear that when you load date to song 1, it automatically deletes any data on the other 9 song memories. i would like to load midi files to songs 1 and 2 so that I can copy and exchange tracks between different songs. Thank in advance
     
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    Hi , I work on a specialist Technics site, I have had a similar request so time back, I use a KN7000 which is slightly older than the KN2600 but offers the same controls, I will look into your request and see what I can do, the KN7 has both SD and floppy drive which makes it easy to move Files around . I take it that you have the file manager that came with your KN2600 (included software) if I remember there was an update of File Manager released for the KN2600 over the original for KN7000. The upgrade was kept rather quiet I must admit typical of Technics, However these programs were written for Windows XP at the latest, some will work in retro mode depending on which version of Windows you are using ?.
    Hope to get back to you with an answer or ways around the problem.
    Regards John.
     
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    Hi I know I had seen something regarding loading into a SD card suggest you go to Bill's pages there is an item that should help
    www.willumpages.co.uk , go to Tech Tips page and look at tip 30
    Best regards John.
     
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