Korg microSAMPLER Owner's Manual Page 30

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■ With the settings DECAY = "127," RELEASE = "64"
Length of original sample
Note-on
If RELEASE is set to "126" or lower, this specifies the time from when you
press the key to start the sound until when the sound disappears.
If PLAY.TYPE is "LOOP ON," the RELEASE parameter does nothing.
SEMITONE .................................................................................... [–24...+24]
This adjusts the playback pitch in steps of a semitone (100 cents).
If BPM SYNC is set to "TIME.STRC," the change specified by the SEMITONE
and TUNE parameters will be added.
If BPM SYNC is set to "PITCH.CHG," you won't be able to set this parameter.
TUNE ............................................................................................. [–24...+24]
This adjusts the playback pitch in steps of one cent.
If BPM SYNC is set to "TIME.STRC," the change specified by the SEMITONE
and TUNE parameters will be added.
If BPM SYNC is set to "PITCH.CHG," you won't be able to set this parameter.
LEVEL ............................................................................. [–INF dB...+12.0 dB]
This specifies the playback volume.
The microSAMPLER is designed with a 12 dB margin relative to the maxi-
mum digital amplitude, making it unlikely that the sound will be distorted
by exceeding the maximum digital amplitude.
When one sample containing data close to the maximum amplitude is
played back, and the sample parameter LEVEL is "0 dB," there will be 12 dB
of margin relative to the maximum digital amplitude. If this parameter is set
to "+12 dB," the sample will be played at its actual volume without this mar-
gin.
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Sample
Time
Note-off
■ When VEL INT is "+0"
Sample volume
For a sample that was captured via Input Source = Audio In, the sample
parameter LEVEL will automatically be set to "0 dB."
For a sample that was captured via Input Source = ReSample, the sample
parameter LEVEL will automatically be set to "+12 dB" in order to repro-
duce the volume at the time of sampling.
In this way, the LEVEL parameter specifies the volume at which the sample
will play back.
If the sample data is close to the maximum amplitude, setting this parameter
to "+12 dB" will make distortion more likely if multiple samples are played
simultaneously or if effects are used; in such cases, you should lower the
LEVEL parameter.
VEL INT (Velocity Intensity) ........................................................ [–63...+63]
This specifies how the volume will be affected by the velocity used when
playing the key. With higher settings of this parameter, variations in your
playing dynamics will have a greater effect on the output volume.
PAN ..................................................................................... [L63...CNT...R63]
This specifies the panning used when the sample is played. For a stereo sam-
ple, this specifies the left/right balance.
When a monaural sample is resampled in monaural, the PAN setting will
affect the volume of the resampled sample.
FX SW .............................................................................................. [OFF, ON]
This specifies whether the effects will be applied during playback.
You can also use the [FX SW] to change this setting.
OFF
The selected sample will be played without an effect.
ON
The selected sample will be played with an effect.
When set to +12 dB
When set to 0 dB

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