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Korg MMT RADIAS Owner's Manual: P03 Preload; P04 Midi

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Global parameters

P03 PRELOAD

P03–1: PRELOAD
Here you can load the factory-set data.
For details on the loading procedure, refer to p.69 "Re-
storing the factory settings."
1: Load data
All Data
Load all data.
1 PROG
Load only one program.
All PROG
Load all program data (256 programs).
1 D-KIT
Load one drum kit.
All D-KIT
Load all drum kits.
All TMPLT
Load all template.
GLOBAL
Load global data.
2: Source/Sourcekit
Select the data you want to load. This will appear when
loading a single item of data.
3: Dest (Destination)
Specify the loading-destination for the data selected in
"Source." This will appear when loading a single item of
data.
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[All Data...GLOBAL]

P04 MIDI

P04–1: MIDI
1: MIDI Ch
Sets the global MIDI channel.
The global MIDI channel is used for the following oper-
ations.
• In the Program Play/Edit mode to control a timbre
or insert effect that is set to GLB.
• To control the master effect.
• To transmit/receive performance data in the Drum
Play/Edit mode.
• To transmit/receive system exclusive messages.
In order to receive performance data on the global
MIDI channel, you must set the MIDI channel of
each timbre to match the global MIDI channel. In
the Program Edit mode P03–4: TIMBRE – MIDI tab
page, set "Ch" to GLB.
2: LocalCtrl (Local Control)
Turns local control on/off.
Off
The keyboard, 16KEYS [1]–[16] keys, and controllers
such as modulation will be disconnected from the tone
generator section. This prevents notes from being
sounded in duplicate by an external sequencer's echo-
back function (a function by which the performance
data produced when you play the RADIAS' is re-trans-
mitted back to the RADIAS).
On
Use this setting if the RADIAS is not connected to an ex-
ternal MIDI device.
3: Routing
Selects the connector(s) that will be used to transmit and
receive MIDI messages.
USB+MIDI
The MIDI connectors and USB connector will be used to
transmit and receive MIDI messages. When receiving
MIDI messages, the messages from both types of con-
nector will be mixed, and MIDI messages received later
will be given priority. For transmission, the same MIDI
messages will be transmitted from both connectors.
[01...16]
[Off, On]
[USB+MIDI, USB, MIDI]

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