Button 5 (GLOBAL 5)
These parameters relate to the minilogue's display, and what information is
Normal: Only major information such as operating the pitch-related knobs or
switching the OUTPUT ROUTING switch will be displayed.
All: When any knob except for the MASTER knob is turned, the value is indi-
cated; and when operating a switch, the setting is indicated.
In place of the Program name and number, the oscilloscope feature can be
used to show a waveform tracing of the sound.
Disable: The display will indicate the Program name and number..
Enable: The sound will be displayed as an electrical signal (waveform).
Button 6 (GLOBAL 6)
These parameters relate to the minilogue's display and power settings.
Adjusts the display brightness.
Continuous use of the minilogue while the brightness is set to a high
value will have an adverse effect on the overall life of the display.
Auto Power Off
Using the Auto Power Off feature, the minilogue can be set to automatically
turn off after approximately four hours have elapsed without any operation of
the knobs, switches, or keyboard, and without any input. Once this occurs, you
will need to turn the minilogue on again manually.
Off: The Auto Power Off feature will be disabled.
On: The Auto Power Off feature is enabled. For details, refer to "Auto Power
Off Feature" (p. 7)