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Korg SP-500 Owner's Manual

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    • Be careful not to let metal objects get into the equip- ment. If something does slip into the equipment, unplug the AC/AC power supply from the wall outlet. Then con- tact your nearest Korg dealer or the store where the equipment was purchased. THE FCC REGULATION WARNING (for U.S.A.)

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    2. Practicing along with a demo song... 21 Practicing right hand and left hand separately ... 21 Changing the tempo of the demo playback... 21 Playing the SP-500 ... 23 1. Playing a sound ... 23 Turing the power on ... 23 Adjusting the volume ...

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    Selecting different sounds for the lower and upper ranges of the keyboard (the Split function)... 27 Playing the SP-500 as a piano (PLAY PIANO mode) ... 28 Adding Reverb to the sound ... 29 Adding Chorus or other modulation effects to the sound ... 30 Starting the metronome...

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    1. Connecting MIDI equipment69 What is MIDI? ... 69 MIDI connections ... 69 MIDI channel settings ... 69 Using the SP-500 as a multi-timbral tone generator... 70 Local on/off setting... 70 Synchronizing to an external sequencer ... 71 MIDI Transpose ... 71 MIDI Filter ...

  • Page 7: Introduction

    Before you begin Please read the sections entitled “Precautions” on p.ii of this manual. Check the included items Please make sure that the following items were included with the SP-500. • “Owner’s manual” (the book you are reading) • AC/AC power supply •...

  • Page 8: Main Features

    Main features Grand piano-like touch The SP-500 features an RH2 (Real Weighted Hammer Action 2) keyboard, which pro- vides a differing key weight in each of four keyboard ranges, just as on a grand piano. Diverse sounds Use the keyboard to play 412 different sounds (including 16 drum kits) produced by Korg’s proprietary stereo sampling system.

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    Playing touch is a vital aspect of a piano’s response, and you can choose from six differ- ent touch settings. This allows the SP-500 to be played by anyone from children (who tend to have a lighter touch) to experienced pianists.

  • Page 10: Panel Layouts

    Panel layouts Front panel C1[24] C2[36] 1. Operating panel For the names of each switch, refer to p.12 “Operating panel.” 2. [ACC VOLUME] (accompaniment volume) slider When using automatic accompaniment or when playing the demo songs, this slider adjusts the volume of the sounds that are not being played from the keyboard.

  • Page 11: Rear Panel

    These jacks can be connected to the input jacks of an audio devise to output the sound, or to a tape recorder to record your performance. Use the [MASTER VOLUME] slider of the SP-500 to adjust the volume. When making connections in stereo, use the L/ MONO jack and the R jack.

  • Page 12: Operating Panel

    Operating panel 1. [DEMO] switch 2. [HELP] switch 3. [ACC] (accompaniment) switch 4. [SMALL ACC] switch 5. [ACC RESET] switch 6. [RHYTHM STYLE GROUP] 7. [FILL 1, 2] switches 8. [INTRO/ENDING 1, 2] switches 9. [ENSEMBLE] switch 10. [SINGLE TOUCH] switch 11.

  • Page 13: Preparations For Playing

    Preparations for playing Before you turn on the power Before you turn on the power, connect the included pedal and your powered monitor speaker/ audio system (sold separately). Connections ~AC9V ASSIGNABLE When using headphones Connect the plug (stereo mini plug) of your headphones to one of the headphone jacks located at the front left of the instrument.

  • Page 14: Using The Music Stand

    Connect the plug of the AC/AC power supply to an electrical outlet. The [POWER] switch of the SP-500 must be off when you connect the AC/AC power supply. Also, you must connect the power supply to the rear panel AC9V jack before you connect it to the electrical outlet.

  • Page 15: Basic Operation

    LCD screen Items in the LCD screen The LCD screen of the SP-500 features the Touch View system that uses a one touch-panel. By directly touching buttons or cells (referred to as “objects”) that are displayed in the LCD screen, you can directly select pages, set values, move a selected region, or modify a setting.

  • Page 16: The Main Page

    The main page This is the page that is displayed when the power is turned on. Most of the time, you will be playing the SP-500 in this main page. Tempo display Chord name display Noise may appear in the LCD screen when the power is turned on or off, but this is not a malfunction.

  • Page 17: Help Function

    Help function By using the Help function, you can view a simple explanation of the SP-500’s functions in the LCD screen. Press the [HELP] switch The [HELP] switch indicator will light, and the LCD screen will show a list of the Help items.

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    Move through the pages Press the [PAGE ®] switch to advance to the next page. Press the [PAGE √] switch to return to the previous page. To view another item Press the [EXIT] switch. You will return to the list of Help items. To exit Help Press the [HELP] switch to turn off the indicator, and you will return to the previous screen.

  • Page 19: Demo Playback

    Demo playback Listening to the demo The SP-500 contains twenty-fourth piano demo songs, nine style demo songs, and nine sound demo songs. Listen to these demo performances to get an introduction to the rich sounds of the SP-500 and their expressive potential.

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    Start demo playback Press the RECORDER [PLAY/STOP] switch. If the [ACC VOLUME] slider is set to 0, you will not be able to hear the demo perfor- mance. Use the [ACC VOLUME] slider and [MASTER VOLUME] slider to adjust the volume.

  • Page 21: Practicing Along With A Demo Song

    Practicing along with a demo song If the “Demo Group” radio button “Piano” is selected, you can use the following functions to practice playing along with the song. Practicing right hand and left hand separately For the piano demo songs, you can select either the right or left hand part to be played by the demo;...

  • Page 23: Playing The Sp-500

    While playing the keyboard, gradually adjust the [VOLUME] slider to adjust the vol- ume. If you are listening to the SP-500 through your monitor speakers, cassette-radio unit, or audio system, adjust the output volume of this equipment as well. Adjusting the volume Raise the [MASTER VOLUME] slider to the middle position.

  • Page 24: Selecting Sounds

    Selecting sounds The 412 sounds of the SP-500 are organized into ten groups. Each of the sounds stored in these groups is called a Program. Changing sounds Select the program group Press the [DISPLAY HOLD] switch to turn on the DISPLAY HOLD function. Then press one of the [PROGRAM GROUP] switches to select that program group.

  • Page 25: Selecting Percussion Instrument Sounds

    ( p.34) Press the PROGRAM GROUP [USER] switch A list of the programs loaded into the SP-500 will appear. Select a program Now you can play the sounds from the keyboard.

  • Page 26: Combining Sounds

    Combining sounds Layer function (play two sounds together) This allows you to combine two programs to be played together when you play a single note. This is called the Layer function. Press the [LAYER] switch The [LAYER] switch indicator will light, and the “Layer” page will appear. Select each sound To select the “Upp1”...

  • Page 27: Selecting Different Sounds For The Lower And Upper Ranges Of The Keyboard (the Split Function)

    Return to the main page If the [DISPLAY HOLD] switch is on, press the [EXIT] switch to return to the main page. The names of the “Upp2” and “Upp1” programs will be displayed in the main page. In this screen you can also you can use the “ select different programs.

  • Page 28: Playing The Sp-500 As A Piano (play Piano Mode)

    Playing the SP-500 as a piano (PLAY PIANO mode) When you press the [PLAY PIANO] switch, the instrument will be set to the following settings. This allows you to use the SP-500 simply as a piano. • The entire keyboard will sound.

  • Page 29: Applying Effects To A Sound

    Applying effects to a sound Depending on the program that you select, it may be difficult to hear the reverb or chorus (effects). If you have selected a drum kit, the effect will not apply even if you press the [CHORUS etc.] switch. Adding Reverb to the sound Applying this effect to a selected sound will create the illusion that you are playing in various acoustical spaces such as a concert hall.

  • Page 30: Adding Chorus Or Other Modulation Effects To The Sound

    To cancel Reverb Press the [REVERB] switch to make the [REVERB] indicator lamp turn off. Adding Chorus or other modulation effects to the sound You can apply modulation to the selected sound to create a sensation of rich spaciousness, or apply distortion to give the sound an Rock’n Roll character.

  • Page 31: Playing Along With The Metronome

    Adjust the effect depth Press the “Balance” cell, and use the dial or the [VALUE] switches to adjust the setting. The selectable range is Dry (no effect), 01–99, Fx (maximum). Return to the main page If the [DISPLAY HOLD] switch is on, press the [EXIT] switch to return to the main page.

  • Page 32: Adjusting The Tempo

    [TAP TEMPO] switch twice or more in time with the tempo of the song. The tempo range is =40–240. ( p.39) On the SP-500, tempo is displayed as the number of quarter notes per minute. If you select “6/8” as the time signature, you must input half the value of the “actual” (8th note) tempo.

  • Page 33: Using Pedals

    To reverse the polarity of the pedal The SP-500 is designed to work with a variety of pedals. When you want to use a pedal, you must connect it to the SP-500 before turning on the power. In this way, the SP-500 will automatically set each pedal jack to the correct polarity.

  • Page 34: Changing The Touch Response Of The Keyboard

    Collecting favorite sounds into a [USER] program group Here’s how to select your favorite programs from the various program groups of the SP-500, and arrange them in the desired order in the [USER] program group. Drum kits such as “GM kit 1” in the [PERCUS- SION] program group can be copied to page “9/9.”...

  • Page 35: Changing The Program Name

    Press the “Copy” button The “Custom Copy” page will appear. Select the program that you wish to copy Press the “Source Prog” cell, and select the program you wish to copy to the pro- gram that was selected in step 2. Use the same procedure as usual when selecting a program.

  • Page 37: Automatic Accompaniment

    Automatic accompaniment Performing with automatic accompaniment When using the Automatic Accompaniment function, you can simply specify a chord from the keyboard, and an accompaniment appropriate for that chord will be added automatically. A variety of accompaniment styles are provided, including [PIANIST] (which mainly uses piano sounds suitable for a piano performance), and styles such as pops, rock, jazz, and dance music.

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    Selecting a rhythm style Select a rhythm style group Press one of the [RHYTHM STYLE GROUP] switches to select a rhythm style group. By pressing the [PIANIST] switch, you can select an accompaniment style for only piano sounds. Select a rhythm style The rhythm styles in the selected group will appear in the LCD screen.

  • Page 39: Adjusting The Tempo

    During the performance, the [BEAT] indicators will light in time with the beat. While playing, you can change chords, add a fill, change variations for the rhythm style, or automatically add harmony to the part that you yourself play. ( p.42) To stop automatic accompaniment Press the [START/STOP] switch once again.

  • Page 40: Adjusting The Overall Volume

    Adjusting the overall volume The [ACC VOLUME] slider will adjust the volume balance between the automatic accompani- ment and the keyboard performance. To adjust the overall volume including your keyboard performance, use the [MASTER VOL- UME] slider. Adjusting the volume of individual parts To adjust the volume of each automatic accompaniment part and of the keyboard, make settings in the screen that appears when you press the [MIXER] switch.

  • Page 41: Various Automatic Accompaniment Functions

    2. Various automatic accompaniment functions Selecting how you will start and stop automatic accompaniment There are several ways to start/stop automatic accompaniment. Use the method that is appropriate for your perfor- mance. a. Basic start and stop Specify a chord Specify a chord by playing notes in the keyboard area selected for this purpose.

  • Page 42: Changing How You Specify The Chords

    Changing how you specify the chords There are several different ways to use the key- board to specify chords, as appropriate for your preferences and abilities. Press the [ACC] switch The [ACC] switch indicator will light, and the “Accompaniment” page will appear.

  • Page 43: To Change The Variation

    Open1: Two notes will normally be added below the melody to create three voices (sometimes three notes will be added to create four voices). Open2: Two notes will normally be added above the melody to create three voices (some- times three notes will be added to create four voices).

  • Page 44: Adding An Ending

    Adding an ending While automatic accompaniment is playing, press the [INTRO/ ENDING 1] switch or the [INTRO/ENDING 2] switch The ending will be played, and then the accompaniment will stop automatically. The switch indicator of the selected ending will continue blinking until the playback switches to that ending.

  • Page 45: Reducing The Number Of Parts In The Accompaniment

    Reducing the number of parts in the accompaniment Press the [SMALL ACC] switch The Acc1 and Acc3 parts will automati- cally be muted. Use this when you want fewer parts than the normal accompaniment. This function will have no effect if you have already muted the Acc1 and Acc3 parts in the “Mixer”...

  • Page 46: Creating A Custom Rhythm Style

    To modify the name of the rhythm style If you wish to modify the name of the rhythm style, press the “Rename” button before you write it, and then modify the rhythm style name. ( p.48) Press the “Write” button to write the rhythm style If you are satisfied with the changed rhythm style, press the “Write”...

  • Page 47: Custom Style Parameter List

    Edit the rhythm style You can modify the settings in “Custom Style” pages 1/2 and 2/2. For details on the settings that can be modified, refer to “Custom style parame- ter list”. Name your custom style In the “Custom Style 2/2” page, press the “Rename”...

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    Drum, Perc, Bass, Acc1, Acc2, and Acc3 parts. You can whether the automatic accom- paniment of each part will be played by the SP-500 itself, or by an external MIDI tone device. Off: There will be no output, either to the internal tone generator or to MIDI OUT.

  • Page 49: Recording

    Recording your performance Just as you would record your performance on a tape recorder, you can capture your playing on the SP-500 song recorder. You can also record multiple tracks and edit any mistakes you may make. Basic recording (Realtime Recording) Here’s how to record a song you play from the keyboard without using automatic accompani-...

  • Page 50: Start Recording

    Specify the time signature Press the [METRONOME] switch to specify the time signature. ( p.31) To change the time signature during a song After recording the entire song with the same time signature, you can use the “Rec 3/ 3” page “Event Edit” function to change the time signature. All tracks will be in the same state as the track in which you last changed the time signature.

  • Page 51: Recording With Automatic Accompaniment

    It is not possible to turn off the [SINGLE TOUCH] switch. Loading performance data that you recorded Performance data that you recorded on the SP-500 can be played back or edited. You can also add to it by recording additional material.

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    When playback ends, press the RECORDER [PLAY/STOP] switch. About tracks The recorder of the SP-500 consists of three tracks that independently record specific functions (“KBD,” “Control,” and “Chord”) and five tracks for multi-track recording. Each of these tracks can be independently set to “Rec” (record), “Play” (playback), or “Mute”...

  • Page 53: Various Recording Methods

    2. Various recording methods Using Quantize while you record The Quantize function corrects the timing of your performance while you record. In the “Rec 2/3” page, press the “Quantize” cell, and use the dial or the [VALUE] switches to specify the resolution (timing precision).

  • Page 54: Recording From The Middle Of The Song

    OVDB (overdub): The newly recorded data will be added to the previously- recorded data. AUTP (auto punch-in/out): Auto punch- in/out recording will be performed. In the “Rec 1/3” page, “OVWR” will be used regardless of this setting. For “OVWR” and “OVDB,” the “start mea- sure”...

  • Page 55: Recording The Automatic Accompaniment Without Performing (step Recording)

    Set the “end measure” cell Press the “end measure” cell, and use the dial or the [VALUE] switches to specify the last measure that you will re-record. Start recording When you press the RECORDER [PAUSE] switch, the song will play back from the measure you specified in step 2.

  • Page 56: Let's Use Step Recording To Input Chords

    8 “Delete” button: The chord indicated by “fi ” will be deleted. 9 “Put” button: Insert the specified chord at the specified measure and location. 0 “Time signature” cell: Specify the time sig- nature of the measure indicated by “fi ”. 3, 4, 5 and 6 can be input from the key- board.

  • Page 57: Editing Functions

    “Sync.” parameter is set to “Ext.” ( p.71), the tempo display will be “ =EXT.” In this case it will not be possible to change the tempo on the SP-500, so the setting here will be ignored. Man: You can adjust the tempo manually.

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    : 8th note : quarter note “Start” cell: Specify the starting measure. “End” cell: Specify the ending measure. “QNTZ” button: Execute the Quantize oper- ation. “Cancel” button: Return to the previous screen without executing Quantize. “Event Edit” page Here you can directly rewrite or add to the data.

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    Event editing procedure when the Ctrl track is selected The procedure is the same as for the Kbd track, but the “Event Filter” page will not appear. Also, the events that are displayed will be different. ( p.56 “Control event type list”) Event editing procedure when the Chord track is selected The procedure is the same as for the Ctrl...

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    “Bounce Track” page Here you can select two tracks from the Kbd track and Track 1–Track 5, and combine them into a single track. “Source” cell: Specify the first track. “Destination” cell: Specify the second track. “Bounce” button: When you press the “Bounce”...

  • Page 61

    “Initial Edit 1/2” page Here you can make effect settings, and spec- ify the keyboard sound and octave. “Reverb” cell: Specify the depth of the reverb. “Reverb type” cell: Specify the reverb type. “Chorus” cell: Specify the depth of the cho- rus or other effect.

  • Page 63: Functions

    Here’s how you can make fine adjustments to the pitch. When you are playing together with other instru- ments, you can use this function to tune the SP-500 to the other instruments. The pitch can be adjusted in half-step (0.5) Hz intervals over a range of 427.5 –...

  • Page 64: Changing The Octave

    Changing the octave Press the [FUNCTION] switch Change the desired “Octave” setting Press the “ ” or “ ” of the “Octave” cell to change the setting. The range is –2, –1, 0, +1, +2 octaves. Upp1: The first sound when [LAYER] or [SPLIT] are on, or the keyboard when [LAYER] or [SPLIT] are off Upp2: The sound layered on Upp1 when...

  • Page 65: Selecting A Temperament

    Selecting a temperament Press the [FUNCTION] switch Access the “Func 9/10” page Select a temperament Use the dial or the [VALUE] switches to change the “Main Scale” cell or the “Sub Scale” cell. Refer to the temperaments list on the pre- vious page.

  • Page 66: Using The Pedals

    3. Using the pedals Damper pedal settings for Layer and Split You can specify whether the damper pedal effect will apply to one or both sounds when you use the Layer or Split functions. Press the [FUNCTION] switch Access the “Func 3/10” page Press the [PAGE ®] switch twice to access the “Func 3/10”...

  • Page 67: All Setup

    4. All setup Settings such as the [FUNCTION] settings are stored in internal memory. If you execute this operation, the settings will be preserved in internal memory even when the power is turned off, so that the same settings will still be in effect when the power is next turned on.

  • Page 68: Convenient Functions

    5. Convenient functions Adjusting the left/right balance Here’s how to adjust the left/right balance of the sound. Press the [FUNCTION] switch Access the “Func 2/10” screen Adjust the “Pan” If you are not using layer or split, or if you wish to change the panning of Upp1 when using Layer, press “...

  • Page 69: Connecting Other Equipment

    This lets you use an external MIDI device (e.g., MIDI keyboard or sequencer) to play and control the sounds of the SP-500. Use a MIDI cable to con- nect the SP-500’s MIDI IN connector to the MIDI OUT connector of the external MIDI device.

  • Page 70: Using The Sp-500 As A Multi-timbral Tone Generator

    Local on/off setting If you wish to use the SP-500’s keyboard to trigger an external MIDI tone generator without hearing the internal tone generator, or if the SP-500 is con-...

  • Page 71: Synchronizing To An External Sequencer

    “Ext.”: The SP-500’s recorder will operate in synchronization with the MIDI clock messages it receives. Select “Ext.” when you are using the SP-500 as a slave device (the device being controlled) that is syn- chronized to the MIDI clock transmitted from an external device.

  • Page 72

    When a program change number is received from an external device, sound will be selected on the SP-500 as shown in the tables on p.75–. To allow these messages to be transmitted and received, turn on the “Prog.” check box. To prevent these messages from being transmitted or received, turn off the “Prog.”...

  • Page 73: Appendices

    • In the “Mixer” page, is the “KeyL” check box turned on? ( p.40) Sound is interrupted • The sounds of the SP-500 are created by sampling (recording) the sounds of actual instruments. Some sounds play a single piece of sampled data when you press a key, while other sounds play two pieces of sampled data.

  • Page 74: Specifications

    Specifications Keyboard Touch control Tone generator system Polyphony Number of sound programs ROM: 332 Number of drum programs Sound program groups Automatic accompaniment function Effects Recorder Help screen Demo songs Metronome Display Key transpose Pitch control Temperaments Layer Split Pedal jacks Output jacks Input jack Headphone jacks...

  • Page 75: Program List

    Program list Program Name プログラム名 No.* Piano ピアノ Grand Piano1 グランドピアノ 1 Grand Piano2 グランドピアノ 2 Grand Piano3 グランドピアノ 3 Gentle Piano ジェントル・ ピアノ Piano 1 ピアノ 1 Piano 2 ピアノ 2 Piano 3 ピアノ 3 Honky-tonk ホンキー ・トンク Harpsichord ハープシコード...

  • Page 76

    Program Name プログラム名 Brass/Choir ブラス /クァイア Syn.Brass3 シンセ・ ブラス 3 Sfz<Brass Sfz・ ブラス DblBrass ダブル・ ブラス Trump Ens. トランペット Ens. Brass Fall ブラス・ フォール Choir Aahs クァイア アー Solo Vox ソロ・ ボックス Space Voice スペース ・ボイス Halo Pad ハロー・ パッド Brightness ブライトネス...

  • Page 77

    Program Name プログラム名 No.* Synth/S.E. シンセ /効果音 SquareWave スクエア ・ウェーブ Saw Wave ソウ・ ウェーブ 5Th Wave フィフス ・ウェーブ Bass & Lead ベース & リ ード PolySynth ポリ・ シンセ Ice Rain アイス ・レイン Warm Pad ウォーム ・パッド BowedGlass ボウド ・グラス Metal Pad メタル...

  • Page 78: Rhythm Style List

    Program Name プログラム名 USER ユーザー Ambipiano Ambipiano Respiano Respiano FusionEP FusionEP Click EP Click EP SoftEP/Pad SoftEP/Pad Reed EP Reed EP BuzzBassEP BuzzBassEP Syn Piano Syn Piano ScannerOrg ScannerOrg Iced Organ Iced Organ Cheese4Dnr Cheese4Dnr Gurgle Org Gurgle Org Glide Dark Glide Dark Late Comet Late Comet...

  • Page 79

    Style Name スタイル名 BALLROOM ボールルーム Pop 6/8 ポップ 6/8 Back to 60's バック ・ トゥー60's Rock 6/8 ロック 6/8 Flipper 6/8 フリッパー6/8 Flipper 4/4 フリッパー4/4 Twist ツイスト Hully Gully ハリー ・ ガリー Beach Surfer ビーチ ・ サーファー Mambo マンボ Salsa サルサ...

  • Page 80

    Style Name スタイル名 USER ユーザー Pop Ballad Pop Ballad Pop Ballad 2 Pop Ballad 2 4/4 Ballad 4/4 Ballad 4/4 Ballad 2 4/4 Ballad 2 8 Beat 5 8 Beat 5 Unplugged Unplugged 16 Beat 5 16 Beat 5 Analog Soul Analog Soul Red Rose Red Rose...

  • Page 81: Drum Kits List

    Drum kits list GM Kit 1 GM Kit 2 Room Kit Note Inst Excl Inst Excl Inst 21 A0 Syn Kick 1 --- Syn Kick 1 --- Syn Kick 2 22 A#0 SynSnare 2 --- SynSnare 2 --- AmbiSnare1 23 B0 Syn Kick 3 --- Syn Kick 3 --- Syn Kick 3...

  • Page 82

    Brush Kit Orchestra Kit Note Inst Excl Inst 21 A0 Tom 1 Lo --- OFF 22 A#0 Tom 1 Lo --- OFF 23 B0 Tom 1 Lo --- OFF 24 C1 Tom 1 Lo --- RollSnare2 25 C#1 Tom 1 Hi --- RollSnare1 26 D1 DrySnare 1...

  • Page 83: Demo Songs List

    J.S. バッハ / ブーレ 7 ベース KORG オリジナル /Movement 8 シンセ / 効果音 KORG オリジナル /Synth Pict. KORG オリジナル / A Target、 R. コルサコフ / 熊蜂の飛行 PERCUSSION 9 パーカッション Piano Demo Songs J.S.Bach/The equal temperament No.1~Prelude W.A.Mozart/Sonata K.545 W.A.Mozart/Sonata K.331 L.v.Beethoven/For Elise...

  • Page 84: List Of Detected Chords

    Each of the chords pictured rught are shown in root position with a root note of C. In order for the SP-500 to correctly recognize major 6th and minor 6th chords, they must be played in root position as pictured. This is because these chords consist of the same notes as the minor 7th and minor 7th flatted...

  • Page 85

    Dominant 7th Sus 4 "C7sus4" 4-note 3-note Minor "Cm" 3-note 2-note Minor 6th "Cm6" 4-note Minor 7th "Cm7" 4-note 3-note Minor-Major 7th "CmM7" 4-note 3-note Diminished "Cdim" 3-note Diminished Major 7th "CdimM7" 4-note Minor 7th 5 "Cm7 5" 4-note Augmented 3-note Augmented 7th 4-note...

  • Page 86: Midi Implementation Chart

    Recorded by the recorder regardless of the *C and *P settings. Data recorded in the recorder is likewise transmitted. Mode 1: OMNI ON, POLY Mode 3: OMNI OFF, POLY Consult your local Korg distributor for more information on MIDI IMPLEMENTATION. Transmitted Recognized...

  • Page 87: Index

    Accompaniment... 37 Assignable switch ... 33 Automatic accompaniment ... 37 Chords Specifying the chord ... 37, 41 Chorus ... 30 Control event type ... 56 Copy... 35, 45 Custom ... 45 Damper pedal... 33 Drum Kit ... 25 Effect ... 30 Ending ...

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