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UtilitiesRC-300 Demo Data

This is the factory preset data of the demo data.
You can initialize the phrase memory of the RC-300 to the factory preset demo data by copying the WAV files included in this data to it.


What you will need to recover your RC-300
  • RC-300
  • USB cable (It must be compatible with USB 2.0 Hi-Speed.)
  • A computer with a USB connector (Windows XP/Vista/7, MacOS X)

Getting the recover files
Please open/extract the downloaded “rc300_demo_data.zip” file on your computer to get the recover files in the “rc300_demo_data” folder.

Setting the USB Mode
Set the USB mode to STORAGE before you connect the RC-300 to your computer.
  1. Press the [SYSTEM] button.
  2. Repeatedly press the right button until the "USB Mode" parameter appears.
  3. Turn the [MEMORY/VALUE] knob to select the "STORAGE."
  4. Press the [EXIT] button.

Restoring the demo phrases to your RC-300
* Performing this operation will erase all phrase memories that are currently saved in the RC-300. Be sure to make a backup before you proceed. (Refer to the "Backing up to your computer" of the owner's manual.)
* Put off one WAV file in the each folder "0XX_Y" in the folder "ROLAND" - "WAVE." (The XX in “0XX_Y” is the phrase memory number and the Y is the track number.)
* If a WAV file is in the folder previously, delete the phrase by the procedure of the "Deleting a Phrase" section on the owner's manual or remove the WAV file in the folder after backing up the WAV file to your computer.
* You must not do the following operations on restoring. Doing so might make your computer freeze, or might result in the loss of all of the RC-300's data.
  • Turn off the RC-300's power.
  • Disconnect the USB cable.
  • Allow your computer to enter suspend (standby) or hibernate mode, restart it, or shut it down.

  1. Use an USB cable to connect the RC-300's USB connector to your computer's USB connector (a connector that supports USB 2.0 Hi-Speed).
    When the connection to the computer is completed, the message "Idling..." appears.
    * You can't make USB connections if the RC-300 is not stopped, or if there is a phrase that has not been saved
  2. Back up the data as described below.
    [ Windows users ]
    Within My Computer (or Computer), open "BOSS_RC-300" (or Removable Disk).
    [ Mac OS users ]
    On the desktop, open the "BOSS_RC-300" icon.

    Recovering demo data from your computer to the RC-300
    In the BOSS_RC-300 drive, delete the "ROLAND" folder, and then copy the "ROLAND" folder in the "rc300_demo_data" folder from your computer to the BOSS_RC-300 drive.

    Writing individual WAV files from your computer to the RC-300's phrase memory
    You can copy WAV files from your computer to the "001_1", "001_2", "001_3" - "099_1", "099_2", "099_3" folders within the "ROLAND" - "WAVE" folder in the BOSS_RC-300 drive (In the folder name "0XX_Y," the XX is the phrase memory number and the Y is the track number).
  3. When you've finished copying WAV files, disconnect the USB drive as follows.
    [ Windows 7 users ]
    In the lower right of your screen, click "Eject RC-300."

    [ Windows Vista / Windows XP users ]
    In the lower right of your screen, click "Safely remove USB Mass Storage Device."

    [ Mac OS users ]
    Drag the "BOSS_RC-300" icon to the trash ("Eject" icon).
  4. Disconnect the USB cable from your computer.
    After the RHYTHM [ON/OFF] button has blinked for a few moments, the unit will return to its normal status.
    * Never turn off the power while the RHYTHM [ON/OFF] button is blinking.

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