Korg TR music workstation Operation Manual: Effects Settings; Effects In Each Mode; Routing Settings And Effect Settings; Effect Settings For A Program

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The effect section of the TR provides one insert effect,
two master effects, one master EQ (stereo 3-band EQ),
and a mixer that controls the routing of these compo-
nents.
You can choose from 89 types of full-digital effects for
each effect. The effects are categorized as follows.
Categories of the 89 effect types
01–15
Filter and dynamics effects, such as EQ and com-
pressor
16–31
Pitch and phase modulation effects, such as chorus
and phaser
32–40
Other modulation and pitch-shift effects such as
rotary speaker and pitch shifter
41–51
Early reflection and delay effects
52–57
Reverb effects
58–89
Mono and mono-chain effects in which two mono
effects are connected in series
Effects in each mode
In Program mode, insert effect can be used as part of
the sound-creating process, in the same way that the
output sound of the oscillator (OSC) is processed by
the filter and amp to create the final sound. Then the
master effects can be used to apply spatial-type effects
such as reverb. The stereo 3-band master EQ located
immediately before the OUTPUT (MAIN) L/MONO
and R outputs is used to make final adjustments in
tone. These settings can be made independently for
each program.
Oscillator
Filter
Amplifier
In Combination mode, and Sequencer mode, insert
effect can be used to help create the sound of each tim-
bre/track. The master effects are used to apply overall
spatial processing, and the master EQ is used to make
overall adjustments in tone.
These settings are made in Combination mode inde-
pendently for each combination, and in Sequencer
mode for each song the entire mode.
Timbre 1 / Track 1
Insert Effect
Timbre 2 / Track 2
Timbre 8 / Track 16
In Sampling mode (if the separately sold EXB-SMPL
option is installed), the sound of an external source
that is input from AUDIO INPUT 1 and 2 can be pro-
cessed by the insert effect as the sound is sampled.
Sampling mode settings are made by the "Input 1" and
"Input 2" parameters of the SMPL 1.1: Recording,
Input/Pref page. The settings here are valid only
within Sampling mode.
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Effects settings

Send
Return
Master Effect 1,2
Insert Effect
Master EQ
Send
Return
Master Effect 1,2
Master EQ
AUDIO INPUT 1, 2
The external input from AUDIO INPUT 1 and 2 (if the
separately sold EXB-SMPL option is installed) can be
used outside of Sampling mode. In Program, Combi-
nation, and Sequencer modes, the external input sound
can be processed by the insert effect, master effects,
and master EQ.
This means that you can use the TR as a 2-in/4-out
effect processor.
Oscillator
Filter
AUDIO INPUT 1, 2
Routing settings and effect set-
tings
The insert effect, master, effects, and master EQ that
can be used in each mode are structured identically.
However, you can change the routing to specify how
the oscillator(s) of a program, the timbres of a combi-
nation, or the tracks of a song will be sent to the insert
effect or master effects. In the pages that follow, we will
explain how you can make routing settings and effect
settings in each mode.
Effect settings for a program
OUTPUT
L/MONO, R
Routing
1 Select the PROG 7.1: Ed-InsertFX, BUS page.
2 Set "BUS Select (All OSCs)" to specify where the
oscillator output will be sent.
OUTPUT
L/MONO, R
L/R: The output will not be sent to the insert effect.
After passing through the master EQ, the sound will
be sent to AUDIO OUTPUT (MAIN) L/MONO and
R.
IFX: The output will be sent to insert effect IFX.
1, 2, 1/2: The output will be sent to AUDIO OUTPUT
(INDIVIDUAL) 1 or 2. It will not be sent to the
insert effect, the master effects, or the master EQ.
Insert Effect
Send
Master Effect 1,2
Amplifier
Insert Effect
Sample
Recording
Return
OUTPUT
Master EQ
L/MONO, R

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