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Korg TRITON proX Manual: Global Mode; Global P0: Basic Setup; Basic

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In Global mode you can make settings that affect the entire
instrument, such as master tuning, MIDI, and memory pro-
tect. You can also edit user scales, drum kit setups, and user
arpeggio patterns.
If you want the settings you make in Global mode to be
backed up when the power is turned off, you must
write them into memory. To write your settings, use the
page menu commands "Write Global Setting," "Write
Drum Kits," or "Write Arpeggio Patterns."
The front panel [REC/WRITE] key can also be used to
access "Update Global Setting," "Update Drum Kits,"
and "Update Arpeggio Patterns." Simultaneously, the
edited content will be written.
Global P0: Basic Setup
0–1: Basic
0–1a
0–1b
0–1a: Basic
Master Tune
[–50cent (427.47Hz)...+50cent (452.89Hz)]
This adjusts the overall tuning of the entire TRITON in one-
cent units (semitone = 100 cents) over a range of ±50 cents.
With a setting of 0, the frequency of A4 will be 440 Hz.
The A4 pitch given here is when Equal Temperament is
selected as the scale. If a different scale is selected, A4
may not be 440 Hz.
The Global mode "Master Tune" setting can be con-
trolled by receiving the MIDI universal exclusive mes-
sage Master Fine Tuning (F0, 7F, nn, 04, 03, vv, mm, F7:
nn= MIDI channel, vv/mm=value). This message is
received on the global MIDI channel specified by
"MIDI channel" (1–1a).
In Program, Combination, Sequencer, and Song Play
modes, MIDI RPN fine tuning messages can be
received to adjust the tuning of the program, the tim-
bres (in Combination mode), or the tracks (in
Sequencer/Song Play modes) relative to the Global
mode "Master Tune" setting.
In Program mode, MIDI RPN fine tune messages will
be received on the global MIDI channel that you speci-
fied for "MIDI Channel" (1–1a). In other modes, MIDI
RPN fine tune messages will be received on the MIDI
channel for each timbre (in Combination mode) or track
(in Sequencer/Song Play modes). (Refer to the
"Detune" parameter of Combination mode and
Sequencer mode.)

6. Global mode

Key Transpose
This adjusts the pitch in semitone steps over a ±1 octave
range.
This setting is applied at the location (Pre MIDI or Post
MIDI) specified by "Convert Position" (1–1a).
0–1
0–1c
Velocity (Velocity Curve)
This specifies the way in which the volume and/or tone will
change in response to variations in keyboard playing
dynamics (velocity).
When "Convert Position" (1–1a) is Pre MIDI, variations in
keyboard playing dynamics will affect the velocity effect
and the transmitted velocity data as shown in the left-hand
diagram on the following page. Incoming data will automat-
ically use the velocity curve number 4 shown in the right-
hand diagram.
With a setting of Post MIDI, variations in keyboard playing
dynamics and in the velocity of incoming data will create
change as shown in the right-hand diagram on the following
page. If you are playing the TRITON's tone generator from
an external keyboard or sequencer, and the overall sound is
too bright or too dark, you can set the "Convert Position"
parameter to Post MIDI and select the appropriate velocity
curve here. For the transmitted data, the velocity curve
number 4 shown in the left-hand diagram will automatically
be selected.
For a setting of Pre MIDI
Velocity (KBD→MIDI Out)
127
1
Note number transmitted
Transpose
–12
24...84
TRITON
(C1...C6)
16...91
TRITON pro
(E0...G6)
9...96
TRITON proX
(A–1...C7)
If the "Convert Position" (1–1a) is Pre MIDI, the range
of note numbers transmitted from the TRITON will
depend on this Key Transpose setting.
The Global mode "Key Transpose" setting can be con-
trolled by receiving the MIDI universal exclusive mes-
sage Master Coarse Tuning (F0, 7F, nn, 04, 04, vv, mm,
F7: nn=MIDI channel, vv/mm=value). This message
will be received on the global MIDI channel specified
by "MIDI Channel" (1–1a).
The Global mode "Key Transpose" setting is the basis
from which relative adjustments are applied by incom-
ing MIDI RPN Coarse Tune messages to adjust the tun-
ing of a program or timbre (in Combination mode) or
track (in Sequencer/Song Play modes). In Program
mode, MIDI RPN Coarse Tune messages are received
on the global MIDI channel specified by "MIDI Chan-
nel" (1–1a), and in other modes they are received on the
individual MIDI channels specified for each timbre
(Combination mode) or track (Sequencer/Song Play
modes).
For a setting of Post MIDI
Velocity (MIDI In→TG)
MAX
6
5
7
Velocity
8
4
effect
3
2
1
Soft
Strong
[–12...+12]
0
+12
36...96
48...108
(C2...C7)
(C3...C8)
28...103
40...115
(E1...G7)
(E2...G8)
21...108
33...120
(A0...C8)
(A1...C9)
[1...8]
7
8
6
5
4
3
2
1
1
127
113

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