Korg X5DR AI2 Owner's Manual Page 83

Synthesis system for all digital processing.
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Basic Guide
Damper Switch (CTRL#64)
Damper Switch messages [BnH,40H,vv] (Controller #64, vv:Value) are used to transmit the
movement of a damper pedal that sustains the sound. The damper switch is OFF when "vv" is set
to 0–63, and the switch is ON when "vv" is set to 64–127. When you are using a damper switch
connected to a MIDI keyboard, releasing the pedal turns the damper effect OFF. However, on a
computer or sequencer, you need to set the damper OFF whenever you do not want the effect.
Release Time (CTRL#72)
Release Time messages [BnH,48H,vv] (Controller #72, vv:Value) are used to adjust the VDF EG
and VDA EG release time. The range of value "vv" is 0 through 127. Value 64 is the center value.
Larger values (65 or higher) make the release time longer, and smaller values (63 or lower) make
the release time shorter. These are useful when you wish to adjust the release time in the middle
of a performance.
Attack Time (CTRL#73)
Attack Time messages [BnH,49H,vv] (Controller #73, vv:Value) are used to adjust the attack time
of VDA EG. The range of value "vv" is 0 through 127. Value 64 is the center value. Larger values
(65 or higher) make the attack time longer, and smaller values (63 or lower) make the attack time
shorter. These are useful when you wish to adjust the attack time in the middle of performance.
Brightness (CTRL#74)
Brightness messages [BnH,4A,vv] (Controller #74, vv:Value) are used to adjust the VDF Cutoff
to control tonal brightness. The range of value "vv" is 0 through 127. Value 64 is the center value.
Larger values (65 or higher) make the sound brighter, and smaller values (63 or lower) make the
sound darker. These are useful when you wish to adjust the tonal brightness in the middle of a
performance.
Reverb Level (CTRL#91)
Reverb Level messages [BnH,5BH,vv] (Controller #91, vv:Value) are used to adjust the Send C
level. The range of value "vv" is 0 through 127. Refer to the chart on page 173 for the relationship
between the Reverb Level value (vv) and Send C level. Typically, these messages are used to
adjust the depth of reverberation.
These messages are ignored when the Send setting of the Timbre in Combination mode or Track
in Multi mode is PRG. They are also ignored in Program mode.
Effect 1 On/Off (CTRL#92)
Effect 1 On/Off messages [BnH,5CH,vv] (Controller #92, vv:Value) are used to turn Effect 1 On
and Off. When "vv" is 0, Effect 1 is turned Off, and when "vv" is any value between 1 and 127,
Effect 1 is turned On.
• These messages are received only on the Global MIDI Channel.
Chorus Level (CTRL#93)
Chorus Level messages [BnH,5DH,vv] (Controller #93, vv:Value) are used to adjust the Send D
level. The range of value "vv" is 0 through 127. Refer to the chart on page 173 for the relationship
between the Chorus Level value (vv) and Send D level. In general, these messages are used to
adjust the depth of chorus.
These messages are ignored when the Send setting of the Timbre in Combination mode or Track
in Multi mode is PRG. They are also ignored in Program mode.
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  • jr Nov 18, 2013 11:36:
    does the korgx5dr have an arpagiator in it?