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Korg minilogue Owner's Manual: Turning The Minilogue On And Off

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Turning the minilogue On and Off

Before you turn the minilogue On:
Connect the AC adapter and other equipment.
1.
Connect the included AC adapter to the DC 9V jack located on the rear
panel.
Use only the included AC adapter. Using any other AC adapter may
cause malfunctions.
2.
Plug the AC adapter into an AC outlet.
3.
Hook the AC adapter cable onto the cable hook to relieve stress on the
connector and to prevent the cable from accidently being pulled out.
When disconnecting the power supply, do not use excessive force when
removing the cable from the hook. Doing so may damage the plug.
4.
Make sure that any external output devices such as powered monitor
speakers are turned off before connecting them to the minilogue.
If you want to connect a MIDI device or computer to the minilogue's
TIP
MIDI connectors or USB B connector in order to use the minilogue's
keyboard and controllers to control an external MIDI tone generator,
or if you want to use another MIDI keyboard or a sequencer to play
the minilogue's sound generator, you will need to configure the set-
tings. For details, ("Understanding MIDI", p. 50).
Turning the minilogue On
1.
Make sure that both the minilogue and any external output devices such
as powered monitor speakers are turned off, and turn the volume of all
devices all the way down.
2.
Hold down the Power switch on the rear panel of the minilogue; once the
"minilogue" logo appears in the display, take your finger off the Power
switch.
3.
Turn on any external output devices such as powered monitor speakers.
4.
Adjust the volume of your external output equipment, and adjust the
minilogue's volume using the MASTER knob.
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