Korg Pa800 User Manual: Midi: Midi In Control

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MIDI: MIDI In Control

General Controls
Use these parameters to set MIDI Clock and Local Off.
Clock Send
Use this parameter to turn the clock information on the MIDI
OUT or USB Device port on or off. This parameter is common
to all MIDI Setups.
Note: In Song Play mode, only the Tempo of Sequencer 1 will be
sent to the MIDI OUT or USB Device port.
Off
The Pa800 cannot send the MIDI Clock signal.
You cannot slave another instrument to the
Pa800, even when connected to the MIDI OUT
or USB Device port.
On
The Pa800 can send the MIDI Clock signal. You
can slave another instrument to the Pa800
Tempo, Start/Stop and Play/Stop commands.
Connect the other instrument to the Pa800 MIDI
OUT or USB Device port.
Clock Source
This parameter selects the MIDI Clock source for the Style Play
and Sequencer modes.
Note: In Song Play mode, the Internal clock is always used.
Note: The Clock parameter is always set to "Internal" each time
you turn the instrument on.
Internal
Internal, i.e. the clock generated by the Pa800
Sequencer 1 internal metronome.
Ext. MIDI
External from the MIDI IN port. In Style Play or
Sequencer mode, the Pa800 is slaved to an exter-
nal device, connected to its MIDI IN port. The
Start/Stop and Play/Stop commands, as well as
the metronome tempo, cannot be selected from
the control panel of the Pa800. Use the external
device to set the tempo and start or stop the
sequencer or arranger.
Ext. USB
As the above, but referred to the USB Device
port. See "Installing the Korg USB MIDI Driver"
on page 329 for information on how to configure
your computer for MIDI Over USB communica-
tion.
Local Control On
The Local parameter turns the keyboard on or off.
Note: The Local parameter is automatically reactivated each time
you turn the instrument on.
On
When you play the keyboard, MIDI data is sent to
the internal sound generator. If tracks are
assigned to a MIDI OUT channel, data is also
sent to the MIDI OUT or USB Device port.
Off
The keyboard is connected to the MIDI OUT, but
cannot play the internal sound generator.
This is very useful when working with an external
sequencer, to send notes and various MIDI mes-
sages from the integrated keyboard and control-
lers to the external sequencer, and then let the
sequencer send them back to the sound genera-
tor, without overlapping. See the MIDI chapter.
MIDI: MIDI In Control
This page lets you program general parameters for the MIDI IN,
Mid
like the Chord Recognition channel and MIDI parameters for
the Voice Processor.
Midi In Controls
Midi In Octave Transpose
Use this parameter to determine if the Octave Transpose is
applied also to notes received on the MIDI IN or USB Device
port.
On
Notes received on the MIDI IN or USB Device
port are transposed according to the Octave
Transpose setting for each track.
Off
Data received on the MIDI IN or USB Device
port are not transposed.
Midi In Mute/Unmute
Use this parameter to determine if a muted track can still play
data received via MIDI.
On
No data received via MIDI on a muted track can
be played by Pa800.
Off
Data received via MIDI on a muted track can still
play on the Pa800.
Chord 1 Midi Channel
Chord 2 Midi Channel
Notes entering these channels are sent to the Chord Recognition
engine.
There are two separate Chord channels. This is very useful when
you must send chords to Pa800 on two different channels (like
with some MIDI accordions).
Upper Octave Transp (Transpose)
Octave transposition of data received on the MIDI IN for the
Upper tracks. For example, if you select the +1 value, a received
C4 will play a C5 on the Pa800.
This parameter may be useful to many MIDI accordion players,
whose MIDI interface may transmit on an unexpected octave.
Mid
Mid
Mid
Mid
Mid

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