Korg TR music workstation Operation Manual: Combination Mode; Settings In The Lcd Screen

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Checked: the arpeggio will sound each note in the
order of its pitch, regardless of the order in which
you actually played the notes.
Unchecked: the arpeggio will sound each note in
the order in which you actually played the notes.
Letting the arpeggio continue playing even
after you take your hand off the keyboard
You can select whether the arpeggio will continue
playing when you take your hand off the keyboard, or
whether the arpeggio will stop playing when you take
your hand off the keyboard.
Use the cursor keys [ ], [ ], [ ], [ ] to select
"Latch," and use the [VALUE] dial or the [INC]/
[DEC] keys to make the setting.
Checked: The arpeggio will continue playing even
after you remove your hand from the keyboard.
Unchecked: The arpeggio will stop playing when
you remove your hand from the keyboard.
Synchronizing the arpeggiator to your key-
board timing
You can specify whether the arpeggio will begin at the
moment you play the keyboard, or whether it will
always play in synchronization to the MIDI clock
tempo.
Use the cursor keys [ ], [ ], [ ], [ ] to select
"Key Sync.," and use the [VALUE] dial or the
[INC]/[DEC] keys to make the setting.
Checked: When you take your hand completely off
of the keyboard and then play the first note-on, the
arpeggio pattern will start from the beginning. This
setting is suitable when you want the arpeggio to
start from the beginning of the measure as you are
playing in realtime.
Unchecked: The arpeggio will always be synchro-
nized to the MIDI clock tempo.
Sounding both the arpeggio notes and the
notes you play
Use the cursor keys [ ], [ ], [ ], [ ] to select
"Keyboard" check box, and use the [VALUE] dial
or the [INC]/[DEC] keys to make the setting.
Checked: The notes you play on the keyboard and
the notes played by the arpeggiator will both sound.
Unchecked: Only the arpeggio notes will sound.
Using the arpeggiator as you
play in Combination mode
In Combination mode the TR provides dual arpeggia-
tors, allowing you to run two arpeggio patterns simul-
taneously.
1 Press the [COMBI] key to enter Combination
mode, and select a combination. (
and playing a combination")
As you select various combinations, you will notice
that the [ARP ON/OFF] key will light for some
combinations. (
"Other settings for the arpeggia-
tor") When you play a key on the keyboard, the
arpeggiator will start.
For other combinations, you can press the [ARP
ON/OFF] key (the key will light) to turn on the
arpeggiator.
2 As described in the preceding section "Settings
using controllers" and the following section "Set-
tings in the LCD screen," move the controllers or
modify the parameters to change the way in which
the arpeggios are played.
The [ARP ON/OFF] key and the REALTIME
CONTROLS C-mode [TEMPO], [ARP-GATE], and
[ARP-VELOCITY] knobs are valid for both arpeg-
giators A and B. Their state will be memorized
when the combination is written.
Settings in the LCD screen
In COMBI 1.1: Play, press the [F4] key to select the
Arp. Play A page, and make settings for arpeggia-
tor A.
In COMBI 1.1: Play, press the [F5] key to select the
Arp. Play B page, and make settings for arpeggiator
B.
Select the arpeggiator(s) that will run
Use the "Arpeggiator Run" check boxes to specify the
arpeggiator(s) that you want to run. The arpeggiator(s)
that are checked here will operate when the [ARP ON/
OFF] key is on.
However, the arpeggiator will play a timbre only if the
table displayed beside the check boxes assigns arpeg-
giator A or B to a Timbre 1–8. These settings are made
in COMBI 6.1: Ed-Arp., Setup page "Assign" (
Arpeggiator-A, Arpeggiator-B
For each arpeggiator A and B, you can make settings
for "Pattern," "Reso (Resolution)," "Octave," "Sort,"
"Latch," "Key Sync," and "Keyboard." (
p.23 "Selecting
p.105).
p.28)
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