K2000 Version 3 Software Tips




Creating Your Directory:

Press the Disk button to reach the Disk Mode Page, make sure the hard drive is the Current Disk

Press the NewDir soft button (you'll have to press the more> button to get to it), then name your directory (please use your first or last name), press OK

Choose where you want to put the directory (pressing OK will select the default directory, pressing Change will allow you to view the disk, traversing its directories, until you find the one in which you want to create a subdirectory). Your first directory should be created at the root level (Path = \) --you can then create subdirectories within it to further organize your work (such as \piece one\, \piece two\ , etc.)


Moving Files Between Directories:

Press the Move soft button from the Disk Mode Page, move the single highlighted file or press the Select soft button to select multiple files to move (an asterisk (*) appears next to a selected file), Press Ok after you have made your selection(s)

Select the destination directory, (when viewing the contents of the current directory, it may be difficult to locate your directory--try using the Left or Right cursor buttons to quick scroll to the next or previous directory), the move begins when you select either SetDir (after you highlight your directory) or Current (to select the Current directory)


Copying A File To Your Directory:

Please don't move files that are not yours (i.e. factory samples, etc.) into your directory---instead load the file(s) into RAM and go to Master Mode, then Save the file(s) into your directory (remember you can save individual objects as described above!).


Individual Objects:

With Version 3, we can load, save-(anything in RAM), and move individual objects (samples, programs, keymaps, etc.). When performing the above functions, highlight a file and press Open to reach the Objects dialog, then Select file(s), etc.


Deleting Directories:

Use the Delete soft button to delete directories (they must be empty first!)


Using The List Utility:

The List utility allows you to view directories on a disk with the expanded contents of all subdirectories. Each line is indented according to its directory level, so that you can get a sense of how your directory tree is organized.

Access this function through disk mode--->Util ---->List