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<LI><B>MBSEQ_M.V4:</B> 128 mixer maps
<LI><B>MBSEQ_S.V4:</B> 64 songs
<LI><B>MBSEQ_G.V4:</B> 16 customized groove styles
<LI><B>MBSEQ_C.V4:</B> the global configuration which stores MIDI port assignments, tempo maps, scale settings, loop parameters, the last played patterns/songs/mixer map, etc.
<LI><B>MBSEQ_C.V4:</B> the session configuration which stores MIDI port assignments, tempo maps, scale settings, loop parameters, the last played patterns/songs/mixer map, etc.
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<P CLASS=INFO>Although a huge amount of data has to be managed, the sequencer continues to run stable while a session is changed/stored/created. A session change is performed in zero-time, storing and creating sessions can take ca. 20..60 seconds (depends on the performance of your SD Card). At this time the current patterns are still played, but any disk operation (e.g. if a song selects a new pattern) will be stalled until the operation is finished.</P>
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<H2>SAVE: Storing the current Session</H2>
 
<P CLASS=DESC>Pattern changes are non-destructive, which means, that a pattern stored in a bank will never be overwritten so long you don't explicitly SAVE it. The save function will store all 4 active patterns at once. In addition, it will also remember the current pattern number/mixer map/song number so that they will be automatically selected once the session is opened again.</P>
<P CLASS=DESC>Pattern changes are non-destructive, which means, that a pattern stored in a bank will never be overwritten as long as you don't explicitly SAVE it. The save function will store all 4 active patterns at once. In addition, it will also remember the current pattern number/mixer map/song number so that they will be automatically selected once the session is opened again.</P>
 
<P CLASS=DESC>Please note that this also means that pattern modifications will get lost if you change to another pattern. Always SAVE it if your changes should be permanent. Alternatively enter the SAVE menu to store/copy a single pattern.</P>