Korg TR music workstation Operation Manual: Quick Start; Turning The Power On/off; Turning The Power On; Turning The Power Off

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Before you turn on the power, make sure that the
desired connections have been made as described
in "Setup" (
p.12).
1. Turning the power on
1 Press the TR's [POWER] switch to turn on the
power.
The LCD screen will display the name of your
model, and the software version.
(The following graphic shows the factory-set LCD
screen . The version number is subject to change
without notice.)
2 Turn on your powered monitors or stereo amp.
3 Raise this instrument's [VOLUME] slider to an
appropriate level, and adjust the volume of your
powered monitors or stereo amp.
2. Turning the power off
1 Set this instrument's [VOLUME] slider and the
volume of your powered monitor or stereo amp to
zero.
2 Turn off the power of your powered monitor or
stereo amp.
3 Press this instrument's [POWER] switch to turn off
the power.
Never turn off the power while data is being writ-
ten into internal memory.
If the power is turned off while processing is being
performed, memory write operations will not be
completed correctly. If this occurs, this instrument
will automatically initialize its internal memory so
that it will operate correctly. This is not a malfunction.
While data is being written, the LCD screen will
indicate "Now writing into internal memory."
Data is written into internal memory by the fol-
lowing operations.
• Writing (updating) a Program, Combination,
Global Setting, Drum Kit, or Arpeggio Patterns
• Loading Program, Combination, Global Setting,
Drum Kit, or Arpeggio Patterns data in Media mode
• Receiving a MIDI data dump for Program,
Combination, Global Setting, Drum Kit data, or
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Arpeggio Patterns

Quick Start

Turning the power on/off
• When using Sampling mode (if the separately sold
EXB-SMPL option is installed) utility commands
("Move Sample," "Move MS," "Conv.To Prog,"
"Time Slice," etc.) to simultaneously modify
programs or drum kits.
The mode and page that will be selected when the
power is turned on
The state of this instrument when the power is turned
on will depend on the setting of "Power On Mode"
(GLOBAL 1.1: System, Preference page).
If "Power On Mode" is Reset (factory setting), this
instrument will automatically selects the Combination
mode 1.1: Play.
If "Power On Mode" is Memorize, this instrument
will be in the mode and page that were last selected
when the power was turned off.
The Memorize setting will remember the mode and
page that were last selected, the combination number
that was last selected in Combination mode, and the
program number that was last selected in Program
mode. If another mode is selected when the power is
turned on, you can press the [COMBI] key or [PROG]
key to select the 1.1: Play page with the last-selected
combination number or program number.
LCD screen messages when separately sold
options are installed (When the power is turned
on)
This instrument allows you to install separately sold
options.
When the power is turned on, the type of installed
options will be displayed. After installing an option, be
sure to check this display to verify that the option was
installed correctly. If the option is not displayed here
even though it was installed, it was not installed cor-
rectly. Turn off the power and re-install the option.
(
For details on installing an option, refer to PG p.260)
OPTIONS
EXB-SMPL:
The EXB-SMPL option is installed.
SIMM:
Slot1 (**MB)/Slot2 (**MB): SIMM's are installed in
SIMM slots 1 and/or 2. The capacity of each SIMM is
shown in parentheses.

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