This page lets you program each of the ﬁve switches of the
KORG EC5 multiswitch controller.
See "List of Footswitch and EC5 functions" on page 315 for a list
of the assignable functions. The ﬁrst functions are switch-type
functions, while the remaining (starting from Master Volume)
are continuous-like functions. Only switch functions can be
assigned to the EC5 switches.
Each of the switches of a KORG EC5 multiswitch.
MIDI: MIDI Setup / General Controls
This page allows you to select a MIDI Setup, convert ordinary
notes to RX Noises, and set global parameters for the MIDI
Current MIDI Setup
MIDI channels can be automatically conﬁgured by selecting a
MIDI Setup. Each of them lets you assign the best values to vari-
ous MIDI parameters, to allow an easier connection with a par-
ticular MIDI controller. See "MIDI" on page 263 for more
information on using MIDI Setups.
A different MIDI Setup may be automatically selected when
entering the Style Play, Song Play or Sequencer modes. To select
a MIDI Setup for these modes, see "Midi Setup" on page 107 for
the Style Play mode, "Midi Setup" on page 176 for the Song Play
mode, and "Midi Setup" on page 211 for the Sequencer mode.
For detailed information on MIDI Setup settings, see "MIDI
Setup" on page 314.
Note: After selecting a MIDI Setup, you can apply any changes to
each channel's settings. To store the changes in memory, select the
Write Global-Midi Setup command in the page menu to save it to
memory (see "Write Global - Midi Setup dialog box" on page 231).
Hint: To restore the original MIDI Setups, load the original Fac-
tory data again (downloadable from www.korgpa.com).
Note to RX Noise
RX Noises are special sounds that make Sounds be more realis-
tic. They are usually located above C7, depending on the Sound.
When this parameter is turned on, notes received from MIDI, or
performed by one of the internal sequencers, in the RX Noises
range, are recognized and converted to RX Noises. When off,
notes are not recognized.
Note: This parameter is automatically turned off when turning the
instrument on again.
Global edit mode