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Korg minilogue Owner's Manual Page 44

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Button 4 (GLOBAL 4)
These parameters relate to the minilogue's MIDI capabilities.
MIDI Ch
In order to communicate, the minilogue and your other MIDI devices must be
set to the same MIDI channel. This is both the Transmit and Receive channel.
Clock Source
Many features of the minilogue can be sync'd to the tempo or BPM. This pa-
rameter allows you to specify whether the clock source is internal, or an exter-
nal MIDI Clock Source.
Auto (USB), Auto (MIDI): When there is no input, the internal clock will be
used; and when input is detected, the internal clock will be synchronized to the
clocks from the USB B and MIDI IN connectors respectively.
Internal: Only the internal clock to be used.
When a cable is plugged into the SYNC IN jack, the internal clock is
synchronized to the SYNC IN jack clock, regardless of the MIDI clock
settings.
Enable Rx MIDI
Set this parameter to ON to allow the minilogue to receive MIDI messages.
Enable Tx MIDI
Set this parameter to ON to allow the minilogue to transmit MIDI messages.
MIDI Route
MIDI signals can be sent and received via the MIDI and USB connectors, or by
the USB connector alone.
USB+MIDI: MIDI messages are received via the USB B connector and the MIDI
IN connector; messages are transmitted from the USB B connector and the
MIDI OUT connector.
USB: MIDI messages will be transmitted and received only via the USB B con-
nector. When using the USB connector as a MIDI interface, it is advantageous
to use this setting.
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[Auto (USB), Auto (MIDI), Internal]
[Off, On]
[Off, On]
[USB+MIDI, USB]
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