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Korg minilogue Owner's Manual Page 43

Polyphonic analogue synthesizer.
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Button 3 (GLOBAL 3)
These parameters relate to the SYNC IN/SYNC OUT jack settings.
Sync In Unit
The Sync In Units determine how much the Sequencer will advance with each
pulse received via the SYNC IN jack.
16th Note: The Sequencer will advance one sixteenth note for each pulse.
8th Note: The Sequencer will advance one eighth note for each pulse.
When Step Resolution in the SEQ EDIT mode is set to 1/16, a sixteenth
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note will be equal to one step, and an eighth note will be equal to two
steps.
Sync Out Unit
The Sync Out Units determine how far the Sequencer needs to advance in or-
der to generate a pulse via the SYNC OUT jack.
16th Note: A pulse will be outputted for every sixteenth note.
8th Note: A pulse will be outputted for every eighth note.
When Step Resolution in the SEQ EDIT mode is set to 1/16, a sixteenth
TIP
note will be equal to one step, and an eighth note will be equal to two
steps.
Sync In Polarity
In order to achieve synchronization with other units, the polarity of the SYNC
IN jack may need to be changed.
Rise: The minilogue will sync to the pulse as it rises to its crest (the highest
point) of the waveform.
Fall: The minilogue will sync to the pulse as it falls to its trough (the lowest
point) of the waveform.
Sync Out Polarity
In order for other units to correctly sync with the minilogue, the polarity of the
SYNC OUT jack may need to be changed.
Rise: The minilogue will create a sync pulse as it rises to its crest (the highest
point) of the waveform.
Fall: The minilogue will create a sync pulse as it falls to its trough (the lowest
point) of the waveform.
[16th Note, 8th Note]
[16th Note, 8th Note]
[Rise, Fall]
[Rise, Fall]
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