If you have lost the factory sounds in the MV-8000, you can download them from our website here.
This download is supplied as a compressed (zipped) folder. You must first un-compress this folder before proceeding. When you do so you will see:
- A folder labeled “Patches.”
- A PDF document labeled “MV-8000 Factory Patch Listing.”
- A PDF document labeled “Readme” (this document includes the same information listed here).
Reinstalling the Factory Patches via USB
- Connect the MV-8000 to your computer via USB.
- Press [DISK/USB].
- Press [F3 (USB)].
- Press [F5 (Connect)]. The message “Save Project?” appears.
- Press [F1 (No)]. On a Mac, the MV-8000’s hard drive appears on the desktop. On a PC, the MV-8000’s hard drive appears inside “My Computer”.
- On your computer, drag the “Patches” folder to the MV-8000’s hard disk. We recommend placing it in the root directory.
- Once the folder has been transferred, eject the MV-8000’s drive from your computer. On a Mac, drag the MV-8000 hard drive to the trash. On a PC, right-click on the MV-8000 hard drive and select “Eject”.
Reinstalling the Factory Patches from CD
- Copy the “Patches” folder to a blank CD-ROM.
- Insert the CD-ROM and press [DISK/USB].
- Select “File Utility” and press [ENTER].
- Press [F1] “Select Drive”, select “CD-ROM,” and press [ENTER].
- Cursor down to the “Patches” folder.
- Press [F5] “Command”, select “Copy”, and press [ENTER].
- Navigate to where you wish to place the Patches folder. We recommend placing it in the root directory. To access the root directory, cursor left until the file/folder names stop changing.
- Press [F5] “Execute” to copy the Patches folder from the CD-ROM to the MV-8000’s hard drive. Be patient, as it may take some time.
NOTE: If the “File name duplicate” dialog box appears, this means a folder named “Patches” already exists in the root directory. Select a different location.