Re: Out-of-box memory
Posted by Markus Nentwig on September 26, 1998 at 10:03:44:
In Reply to: Out-of-box memory posted by Mark Neumann on September 25, 1998 at 20:59:32:
Most of the internal memory is ROM (four banks with 127 progs, 100 mixes each), part is ram (one bank, so-called USER
BANK), where you can store your own sounds or those downloaded from the net. (NOT samples)
The QS has two PCMCIA slots on its back where you can put in up to 16 MB of FLASH or SRAM. There you can manually
store lots of user banks, samples and MIDI files with the help of a PC (SRAM - expensive) or one user bank, samples and
MIDI files with the help of a PC (FLASH Ram - cheap).
Since your QS has not a flexible memory-management like KORG M1 or 01, for example, you can't store anything other than
programs/mixes to internal memory.