Sometimes, a message might appear in the display, warning
about an error or an incorrect operation:
Press ENTER or EXIT to exit one of these windows.
Other messages ask for an answer, as in the "Are you sure"
Press ENTER/YES for Yes, or EXIT/NO for No.
SYMBOLS AND ICONS
Many icons and symbols, on the custom display, show the
status of a parameter or the display content.
(Upper 1–3, Lower).
Drum track (Style track view).
Percussion track (Style track view).
Grouped Drum and Percussion tracks.
Bass track (Style track view).
Grouped accompaniment tracks. This symbol
indicates the five grouped accompaniment
Accompaniment tracks (Style track view).
Selected track or parameter. When this symbol
appears, you can execute any available opera‐
tion on the selected item.
The track is in mute, and can't play on the key‐
Currently non‐available parameters are now shown in "gray"
in the display, i.e. with a "ghost" texture. Here is an example
of a grayed‐out parameter, compared to a normal parameter:
Text in solid black
Text in gray
5. REAR PANEL
Use this jack to connect a pair of headphones. You can use
headphones with an impedance of 16–200Ω (50Ω suggested).
Use a headphone distributor to connect more than one pair of
Use these unbalanced connectors to input another keyboard/
synthesizer, a (non‐powered) mixer's output, or a CD/tape
player (line impedance). The signal is automatically routed to
the speakers, the Audio Outputs and the Phones.
Use these unbalanced connectors to send the audio signal
(sound) to a mixer, a PA system, a set of powered monitors,
or your hi‐fi system. Set the output level with the MASTER
Use this to connect a Damper pedal, like the KORG PS1, PS3
Use this to connect a continuous or footswitch pedal, like the
KORG EXP2 or XVP10.
The MIDI interface allows your microARRANGER to be con‐
nected to an external controller (master keyboard, MIDI gui‐
tar, wind controller, MIDI accordion...), to an expander, or to
a computer running a sequencer or an editor.
This connector receives MIDI data from a com‐
puter or a controller. Connect it to an external
controller's or computer's MIDI OUT.
This connector sends MIDI data generated by
the microARRANGER's keyboard, controllers,
and/or the internal sequencer. Connect it to an
expander's or computer's MIDI IN.
DC 12V (AC power adapter connector)
Plug the supplied power adapter into this connector.
SD Card Slot
To insert an SD card (or SDHC card), push it
into the slot until it clicks into place. To
remove the SD card, push it in; the card will
pop out slightly, allowing you to pull it out.
Note: Carefully read the ownerʹs manual that
came with your SD card, and observe the instruc‐
tions regarding care and handling.
Note: Take care to insert the SD card in the cor‐
rect direction and orientation, and be sure to
press it all the way into the slot. Do not use