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Korg MMT RADIAS Owner's Manual: Switching Timbres

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In order to receive program changes, the Global mode
P06: MIDI FILTER page "PROG Chg" setting and the
Program Edit mode P03–4: TIMBRE – MIDI tab page
"Pcg" must both be set to
are set to ✕ (disabled), program changes will not be re-
ceived.
Program changes are not received in the Program
Edit mode, Drum Edit mode, or Global mode.
Bank select MSB (CC#0) [Bn, 00, mm]
Bank select LSB (CC#32) [Bn, 20, bb]
(n: channel, mm: upper byte of bank number, bb: lower
byte of bank number)
Bank(CC#0)
Bank(CC#32)
MSB
LSB
0
0
0
1
Receiving a bank select message will not cause the pro-
gram or bank to switch immediately. The program and
bank will switch only when the next program change is
received.
In order to receive bank select messages, the Global
mode P06: MIDI FILTER page "BANK Chg" must be set
to
(enabled). Bank select messages will not be received
if this is set to ✕.
Program change and bank change are transmitted
and received on the global MIDI channel.

Switching timbres

You can use bank select and program change messages
to switch the settings of an individual timbre used by a
program to the settings of another timbre, one used by a
different program.
If a drum kit is not assigned to a timbre, you can switch
the timbre's synth parameters, modulation sequencer,
and insert effect settings.
If a drum kit is assigned to a timbre, you can switch the
timbre to a different drum kit.
When a Program Change message is received, the in-
strument will switch to the sound that was specified by
Bank Select.
ProgChange
Bank (CC#0)
Bank
MSB
(CC#32) LSB
32
32
32
33
32
34
32
35
32
36
32
37
32
38
32
39
32
64
(enabled). If either of these
ProgChange
Bank&Prog
Value
Number
0–127
A01–H16
0–127
I01–P16
Prog&Timbre
*1
*1
Value
Number
0–127
A01–H16 (Timbre1)
0–127
I01–P16 (Timbre1)
0–127
A01–H16 (Timbre2)
0–127
I01–P16 (Timbre2)
0–127
A01–H16 (Timbre3)
0–127
I01–P16 (Timbre3)
0–127
A01–H16 (Timbre4)
0–127
I01–P16 (Timbre4)
*2
0–31
Drum Kit 0–31
*1:
Prog Bank
ProgChange Value
A, I Bank
B, J Bank
C, K Bank
D, L Bank
E, M Bank
F, N Bank
G, O Bank
H, P Bank
*2: Valid only when using a drum kit.
For the content of the MIDI messages transmitted
and received, refer to the MIDI implementation on
the included CD-ROM.
Timbre changes are transmitted and received on
the timbre MIDI channel.
If a drum kit is assigned to a timbre, you cannot
switch the timbre to something other than a drum
kit. If a drum kit is not assigned to a timbre, you
cannot switch the timbre to a drum kit.
To switch a timbre that is set to the same channel
as the global MIDI channel, you must use a bank
select that is different than that used for a program
change. This means that if you want to execute a
program change subsequently, you will need to
transmit both the bank select and the program
change messages needed for the desired program
change.
Switching drum kits in the Drum Play
mode
In the Drum Play mode you can use bank select and pro-
gram change messages to switch drum kits.
Drum kit changes are transmitted and received on
the global MIDI channel.
Aftertouch
Channel aftertouch [Dn, vv]
(n: channel, vv: value)
If either of the Global mode P04: MIDI page "MIDI1,"
"MIDI2," "MIDI3," "MIDI4," or "MIDI5" parameters
are set to A.Touch, you can use aftertouch messages as a
modulation source for a virtual patch in a synth pro-
gram or as the vocoder FC MOD modulation source.
These messages are received on the MIDI channel spec-
ified for the timbre.
If the Global mode P08: PEDAL/SW page "A.Pedal" pa-
rameter is set to AftTouch, pedal operations will trans-
mit channel aftertouch messages on the MIDI channel of
the selected timbre.
About MIDI
0–15
16–31
32–47
48–63
64–79
80–95
96–111
112–127
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