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Korg MMT RADIAS Owner's Manual: Global Parameters; P01 Global

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These are the parameters that affect the entire RADIAS.
To access the Global parameters, press the [GLOBAL]
button.
If you want to keep the changes you made, you must ex-
ecute the Write operation. If you don't do this, your set-
tings will be lost. (☞p.68 "5. Saving global parameters
(Write)")

P01 GLOBAL

P01–1: COMMON
1: Mst Tune (Master Tune)
Adjusts the overall pitch of the entire RADIAS in 0.1 Hz
steps, relative to the pitch of the note A4.
Use this to adjust the RADIAS' pitch to match other in-
struments.
2: Transpose
Shifts the overall pitch of the entire RADIAS in steps of
a semitone (100 cents). Use this when you want to trans-
pose the key of song you're playing.
This setting has a range of one octave upward or down-
ward.
3: Position
Specifies how MIDI IN and MIDI OUT will be routed
within the RADIAS. This setting will affect the way in
which MIDI data is received and transmitted, and how
arpeggiator data is handled.
PostKBD
Data received from the MIDI IN connector is sent to the
timbres without being affected by the RADIAS' internal
settings or the arpeggiator.
Data produced by the keyboard and the SELECT [1]–
[16] keys is converted by the RADIAS' internal settings,
routed through the arpeggiator and step sequencers,
and sent to the timbres and the MIDI OUT connector.
Keyboard
GLOBAL: Transpose
FRONT PANEL: Octave
GLOBAL: Velocity Curve
114

Global parameters

[430.0Hz...450.0Hz]
[–12...+12]
[PostKBD, PreTG]
MIDI IN
Timbre 4
Timbre 3
Timbre 2
Arpeggiator
Timbre 1
Step Seq 1
SEQ1/2/3
Step Seq 2
SEQ1/2/3
MIDI OUT
With the PostKBD setting, when both the arpeg-
giator and the sequencer are turned on, and MIDI
data played on the keyboard (or the SELECT [1]–
[16] keys) is recorded on an external sequencer
and then played back from the external sequencer,
the way in which the sequence is reset will be dif-
ferent. For this type of application, use the PreTG
setting.
PreTG
Data received from the MIDI IN connector is converted
by the RADIAS' internal settings, routed through the
arpeggiator and step sequencers, and sent to the tim-
bres.
Data produced by the keyboard and the SELECT [1]–
[16] keys will be sent to the MIDI OUT connector with-
out being affected by the arpeggiator or by any internal
setting other than "Octave." This data is also converted
by the internal settings, routed through the arpeggiator,
and sent to the timbres.
MIDI IN
Keyboard
FRONT PANEL: Octave
MIDI OUT
SEQ1/2/3
4: VeloCurve (Velocity Curve)
Selects how volume and tone will change in response to
velocity (keyboard playing dynamics). This setting is af-
fected by the "Position" setting.
MAX
(127)
Velocity
MIN (1)
ppp
Strength
(MIDI Velocity)
(1)
1: This curve requires you to play strongly in or-
der to produce an effect.
2, 3:
|
4: This is the typical curve.
5:
|
6: This curve produces an effect without requir-
ing you to play very strongly.
7: This curve produces a fairly steady effect with
little change for medium-strength playing.
GLOBAL: Transpose
GLOBAL: Velocity Curve
Timbre 4
Timbre 3
Arpeggiator
Timbre 2
Timbre 1
Step Seq 1
SEQ1/2/3
Step Seq 2
[1...8, CONST]
5
4
3
2
8
7
1
6
fff
(127)

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