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Korg minilogue Owner's Manual: Edit Mode

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Although nearly all of the minilogue's main parameters can be edited using the
knobs and switches on the panel, other detailed parameters are accessed using
the Edit mode.
There are three sub-modes within the Edit mode: PROGRAM EDIT mode,
SEQ EDIT mode, and GLOBAL EDIT mode.
How to enter the Edit mode
1.
Press the EDIT MODE button.
Each Edit mode is shown in the display,
and the buttons light.
2.
Press the EDIT MODE button repeatedly—
or use the PROGRAM/VALUE knob—to
advance to the PROGRAM EDIT mode,
SEQ EDIT mode, or GLOBAL EDIT mode.
PROGRAM EDIT mode: This mode is used to change the Program name
and assign a parameter to the slider, as well as to initialize Programs and
perform other Program editing functions.
SEQ EDIT mode: This mode is used to set the BPM and configure other
Step Sequencer settings, to delete sequence data, and so on.
GLOBAL EDIT mode: This mode is used to set the tuning and to specify
how the knobs and switches should function, as well as settings that affect
the entire synthesizer—such as MIDI.
3.
Press one of the buttons 1–6 (or buttons 1–7 in GLOBAL EDIT mode).
The minilogue will enter the selected Edit mode, and the parameter names
will be indicated in the display.
Switch to a different page by pressing the same button in succession.
Buttons 1–6 are assigned to specific Edit pages in the PROGRAM EDIT
mode and the SEQ EDIT mode ("PROGRAM EDIT mode", p. 33) ("SEQ
EDIT mode", p. 37).
Buttons 1–7 are assigned to specific Edit pages in the GLOBAL EDIT mode
("GLOBAL EDIT mode", p. 40).

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