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Korg M50-73 Owner's Manual: Using Effects; An Overview Of The M50's Effects; Effect I/o

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An overview of the M50's effects

You can choose from 170 different types of high-quality
digital effects. The M50 provides five insert effects, two
master effects, and one total effect, together with a
mixer section that controls the routing of these effects.
All of these are stereo in/out.
Specific parameters of these effects can also be
controlled in real time from the M50's controllers or via
MIDI messages using Dynamic Modulation (Dmod),
by MIDI/Tempo Sync, or by using a common LFO to
apply synchronized changes to multiple modulation
effects.

Effect I/O

Insert Effects
Insert Effects (IFX 1–5) are stereo-in/stereo-out. If you
select Dry (unprocessed) for the Wet/Dry parameter,
the stereo input signal will be output in stereo without
being processed by the effect. If you select Wet (effect
applied), the processed signal will be output in one of
the following ways:
Mono In - Mono Out
Wet
Mono In - Stereo Out
Stereo In - Stereo Out
Master Effects
Master Effects MFX1 and MFX2 are stereo-in/stereo-
out. Send1 and Send2 determine the send level to the
Master Effects.
With Master effects, only the Wet (processed) signal
will be output. The output signals from the Master
Effects are routed to the L/R bus with the output level
specified by Return1 and Return2. These output
signals are mixed with the output signals from the bus
specified by Bus (IFX/Output) Select (P8– Routing
page in each mode) L/R, or with the output signals
from the bus specified by Bus (IFX/Output) Select (P8–
Insert FX Setup page in each mode) L/R, then routed
to the total effect.
Selecting "000: No Effect" will mute the output. The
processed signal will be output in one of the following
ways, according to the type of effects.
Mono In - Mono Out
Wet
Mono In - Stereo Out
Stereo In - Stereo Out

Using Effects

Total Effect
The total effect (TFX) is stereo-in/stereo-out. The Dry
(unprocessed) side of the Wet/Dry parameter sends the
stereo input sound directly to the stereo output. The
way in which the Wet (processed) side is output
depends on the type of effect, as follows.
Wet
Note: The Parameter Guide includes block diagrams
for each individual effect, which include the effect's
input/output structure. (See PG page 287)
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Effect
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Effect
Effect
Effect
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Effect
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Effect
Effect
Effect
Mono In - Mono Out
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Mono In - Stereo Out
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Stereo In - Stereo Out
Effect
Effect
Effect
Effect
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