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Korg M50-73 Owner's Manual: Value Slider

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Resetting the controller settings
You can reset the controllers of the control surface, or
switch to saved values.
To reset an individual control, hold down the RESET
CONTROLS switch and operate the control surface
knob that you want to reset.
1. While holding down the RESET CONTROLS
switch, operate the knob 1–4 that you want to
reset.
2. When the knob has been reset, release the RESET
CONTROLS switch.
Note: If you reset REALTIME CONTROL, the knob
will be at the center (064).
To reset all of the knobs in a certain control assign
group, hold down the RESET CONTROLS switch and
press the desired CONTROL ASSIGN switch.
• While you hold down the RESET CONTROLS
switch, press the REALTIME CONTROL–ARP
switch that is shown in the display (the LED will be
lit).
The settings will be reset to the values that are written
in the program or combination. A sequencer song will
be reset to its state when you entered the mode, when
you selected the song, or immediately after you
executed a command such as Copy From Combi.
Chord Trigger Switches
CHORD ASSIGN
Four chord trigger switches are located below the
display.
You can use these to trigger single notes or chords (up
to eight notes).
These are an effective way to play chords or to play the
arpeggiator. You can assign the notes and velocities
transmitted by each switch.
Playing the chord trigger switches
1. Press a chord trigger switch.
One or more notes of the specified note number and
velocity will be transmitted according to the
assignment of that switch.
The assigned note numbers will also be transmitted
when you use CHORD ASSIGN to assign notes to a
switch.
Assigning notes and chords to chord trigger
switches
You can assign single notes and chords to the chord
trigger switches in three different ways.
Selecting the notes first
1. Play a single note, or a chord of up to 8 notes.
2. Press the CHORD ASSIGN switch.
Chord Trigger Switches 1–4
Basic Information Using Controllers
3. Press the chord trigger switch to which you'd like
to assign the notes.
That's it! The notes are now assigned to the chord
trigger switch.
Press CHORD ASSIGN, and then play notes
This method lets you create a chord out of widely-
spaced notes, even if you can't play all of the notes
simultaneously.
1. Press the CHORD ASSIGN switch.
2. Play a single note, or a chord of up to 8 notes.
You can play a single note, or a simple chord.
If you like, you can also enter a chord by playing up to
8 notes as a legato phrase. As long as you take care that
the notes overlap each other, the entire series of notes
will be recorded as a single chord. You can take as long
as you like to play the phrase.
3. Press the chord trigger switch to which you'd like
to assign the notes.
After pressing the switch, you're done!
Editing notes and velocities using the display. You
can edit the recorded notes and velocities using
the display. If you like, you can also enter new
notes this way. For details, please see "1–8: Chord
Trigger Setup" on page 20 of the Parameter Guide.
Copying/merging chord trigger switches
In the same way as you can assign notes to a chord
trigger switch by pressing keys on the keyboard, you
can also copy the existing assignments from another
chord trigger switch by simply pressing that switch.
You're also free to copy the assignments of two or more
switches together (up to eight notes). For details,
please see "Copying notes from one chord trigger
switch to another" on page 20 of the Parameter Guide.

VALUE slider

When a program number is selected in Prog
P0: Play page, or when a combination number
is selected in Combi P0: Play page, you can
use the VALUE slider to modulate Program
and effects parameters.
TEMPO knob and TAP TEMPO switch
This adjusts the tempo for the M50 as a whole,
including:
• Arpeggiator
• Drum Track
• Songs in Sequencer mode
• Tempo-synced LFOs
• Tempo-synced ("BPM") delay effects
TEMPO knob
The LED will blink at quarter-note intervals of the
current tempo.
Note: If the Global P1: MIDI– MIDI Basic page MIDI
Clock parameter is set to External MIDI, External USB,
or if it is set to Auto and a clock is currently being
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