Edit the content as required, Export the pack file – Yamaha Expansion Manager User Manual
Creating Your Own Original Packs
Edit the content as required.
Select the content you wish to edit by clicking it in the Content list.
Click the Content Edit button to display an edit menu, and then edit the content. The items available for selection
from the menu are as follows.
• Edit Voice
Used to create your own original Voice by editing the selected Normal Voice or Drum Voice (
option is not available if you have selected non-Voice content or multiple items.
• Edit Program Change
Used to display the Program Change Mapping window and assign Program Change numbers to the Voices con-
tained in the Pack. To do so, you can drag a Voice name and drop it at the position for the Program Change num-
ber you wish to assign. The Voice at that position will be assigned the original Program Change number of the
Changes the name of the selected content. This option is not available if you have selected multiple items of con-
tent. You can also change the icon displayed on the instrument.
Stores the selected content file as cut data. When you paste the cut data, the selected content file will be moved
(i.e., the original will be deleted).
Stores the selected content file as copy data. When you paste the copy data, the selected content file will be cop-
ied (i.e., the original will be retained).
Moves or copies the content file stored as cut or copy data to the end of the Content list.
Deletes the selected content file.
• Export Selected Content as Pack
Used to export the selected content as a Pack.
Export the Pack file.
Select the Pack by clicking its icon in the Pack list.
Click the Pack Edit button to display an edit menu, and then click Export Pack.
When the file save dialog is displayed, select the file type, navigate to the folder in which you wish to save your
Pack, and then click Save.
If you selected “Protected Pack Project File” as the file type, a file selection dialog is displayed at this time. In
such a case, select the Instrument Info file that you wish to use as the key, and then click Open.
This completes the procedure for creating an original Pack.
Protected content cannot be edited.
The content of a pack protected in this way can be installed only on the instrument that output the Instrument Info file
selected as the key.