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Korg minilogue Owner's Manual Page 42

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Local SW
The local connection makes a link between the minilogue keyboard the sound-
generating circuitry. Normally, this link is On. However, if you are using the
minilogue with an external sequencer or sequencing software, you will want
to set the local connection to OFF to eliminate the double-triggering of notes
caused by MIDI echo.
Off: The minilogue's keyboard will be internally disconnected from the tone
generator.
Velocity Curve
Changing the Velocity Curve allows you to match the dynamic response of the
minilogue keyboard to your own playing style and technique.
127
64
8
7
1
Soft
Keyboard
This curve requires you to play strongly in order to produce an
Type 1
effect.
Type 2, 3
Type 4
This is a typical curve.
Type 5
This curve produces an effect without requiring you to play very
Type 6
strongly.
This curve produces a fairly steady effect with little change for
Type 7
medium-strength playing.
This curve produces a fairly steady effect with little change for
Type 8
medium-strength playing (a flatter curve than 7).
Const 127
All notes will sound at maximum velocity.
Curve types 7 and 8 produce little change for medium-strength playing, and
are suitable when keyboard velocity is not required, or when you want to play
each note at the same velocity. However, these curves will produce a great deal
of change with softly played notes, so the sound may be more difficult to con-
trol. Choose the curve that is most appropriate for your playing dynamics or
for the effect you want to obtain.
[Off, On]
[Type 1...8, Const 127]
6
5
4
3
2
1
Strong
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