A program and samples are packed and it is made one file.

If [SHIFT]+F2 (PACK) button is pressed, the window of "Sample Packing" will open.

If F5 (DO IT) button is pressed, a program and samples will be packed and it will be made one file.
Moreover, an original sample is deleted. (The sample for which other programs are used is not deleted.)

As for the program and sample which were packed, "P" is displayed on the head of a name.

If F3 (ALL PGM) button is pressed in the window of "Sample Packing", the window of "Pack ALL Programs" will open.

If the F5(DO IT) button is pressed, all programs will be packed.

The sample which has not been packed cannot be assigned to the packed program.
However, packed samples can be exchanged. (It cannot do, when a program is INST.)
The program for which 64 or more samples are used cannot be packed.
The packed sample is not displayed in the trim and the sample list.
The sample packed when the packed program was deleted is also deleted together.

Even if it packs, the capacity of a memory does not increase.
If a sample is packed, 999 or more samples can be treated.
Moreover, load time will become early somewhat, when it is the program for which many samples are used.

In save mode, it is displayed as a program.

In the packed program, an extension becomes a file of "PAC".

The packed program is restored.

Please press [SHIFT]+F2 (UNPACK) button to restore the packed program.
"Sample Unpack" window will open.

The packed program will be restored if F5 (DO IT) button is pressed.