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Korg minilogue Owner's Manual Page 7

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Turning the minilogue Off
Any Program data in the minilogue that has not been saved will be lost when
the power is turned off. Be sure to save any Program and other important data
that you have edited ("Saving a Program", p. 13).
1.
Turn the MASTER knob of the minilogue to the left to turn the volume
all the way down.
Also, turn the volume all the way down on any external output devices
that might be connected, such as powered monitor speakers.
2.
Hold down the Power switch on the rear panel of the minilogue; to turn
off the power after the display goes blank, take your finger off the power
switch.
Once you have turned the minilogue off, wait about 10 seconds before
turning the minilogue on again.
Auto Power Off Feature
The minilogue features an Auto Power Off feature that can automatically turn the
minilogue off after 4 hours have elapsed with no operation of the knobs, switches,
buttons, or keyboard of the minilogue. By default, the factory setting for the Auto
Power Off is enabled. The Auto Power Off can be disabled using the steps below.
1.
Press the EDIT MODE button.
The minilogue will enter the Edit Mode,
and the display will look like the illustration
shown below.
2.
Turn the PROGRAM/VALUE knob, and se-
lect GLOBAL EDIT.
GLOBAL EDIT can also be selected by pressing the EDIT MODE button.
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3.
Press button 6 twice.
"Auto Power Off" will be displayed.
4.
Turn the PROGRAM/VALUE knob, and select "Off".
5.
Press the EXIT button.
The minilogue will enter the Play mode, and the display will indicate the
current Program.
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