Korg microSAMPLER Owner's Manual Page 52

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DRY/WET
.............................................................. [DRY, 99:1...1:99, WET]
Adjusts the balance between the effect sound and the direct sound.
TYPE .............................................................................. [HALL...BRIT.ROOM]
Selects the reverb type.
HALL
A hall-type reverb that produces the reverberation of a medium-to-large
concert hall or ensemble hall.
SMTH.HALL
A hall-type reverb that produces the reverberation of a large hall or sta-
dium. The release portion of the reverberation is particularly smooth.
WET.PLATE
A plate reverb that produces a warm and dense reverberation.
DRY.PLATE
A plate reverb that produces a dry and light reverberation.
ROOM
A tight-sounding room-type reverb that emphasizes the early reflec-
tions.
BRIT.ROOM
A reverb that emphasizes the early reflections, with a brighter feel than
ROOM.
REV TIME (Reverb Time)
Specifies the reverberation time.
The available range will depend on the TYPE setting.
HALL–DRY.PLATE: 0.1–10 sec
ROOM, BRIT.ROOM: 20–3000 ms
HI DAMP ........................................................................................ [0...100%]
Specifies the amount of high-frequency damping.
LO DAMP ....................................................................................... [0...100%]
Specifies the amount of low-frequency damping.
PREDELAY ......................................................................................[0...70 ms]
Specifies the delay time from the direct sound until the delayed sound is
heard.
TRIM ...................................................................................................[0...127]
Adjusts the input level to the effect.
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................................................... [0.1...10.0 sec]
7. DELAY (Stereo Delay)
This is a stereo delay. By changing the feedback connection, you can also use
this as a cross-feedback delay in which the delay sound alternates between
left and right sides.
Wet: Stereo In - Stereo Out
Left
Delay
Trim
Stereo/Cross
Delay
Trim
Right
DRY/WET
.............................................................. [DRY, 99:1...1:99, WET]
Adjusts the balance between the effect sound and the direct sound.
TYPE ................................................................................... [STEREO, CROSS]
Selects the delay time.
STEREO
A conventional stereo delay.
CROSS
A cross-feedback delay in which the delay sound alternates between left
and right.
BPM SYNC (Delay Time Tempo Sync)
Specifies whether the delay time will be synchronized.
If this is ON, the delay time will synchronize to the tempo or to MIDI clock.
TM RATIO (Time Ratio)
................ [BPM SYNC OFF: 0.5...400.0% (OVER)
Specifies the proportion of each delay time relative to the L DELAY and R
DELAY values.
The range will be different depending on whether BPM SYNC is "ON" or
"OFF." For example if TM RATIO is "50%" and L DELAY is "500 ms," set-
ting R DELAY to "1200 ms" will mean that the delay times will be "250 ms"
and "600 ms" respectively.
If the settings for each delay time and TM RATIO would exceed the allowable
range, a " " symbol will be shown for TM RATIO.
Dry / Wet
High Damp
Feedback
Spread
High Damp
Stereo/Cross
Dry / Wet
...............................................[OFF, ON]
/BPM SYNC ON: 12.5...400.0% (OVER)]

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