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KORG SP-300 User Manual: The Damper Pedal; The Metronome

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Hold down the REVERB or CHORUS button, and press either the PIANO 1/L,
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PIANO 2/M, or E.PIANO1/H sound selection button to select the reverb or chorus
depth.
Button
PIANO 1/L
PIANO 2/M
E.PIANO 1/H
To check the currently selected reverb or chorus depth, hold down the REVERB or
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CHORUS button, and look at which of the above LEDs is turned on.
To turn the reverb or chorus off, press the REVERB or CHORUS button. The LED
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on the button will turn off.

The damper pedal

The supplied pedal can be used as a damper pedal. If you connect to the DAMPER
jack a Korg DS1H pedal (optional), you can use the half-pedalling, with a gradual
resonance effect depending on the depth of the pedal pressure.
In Layer mode, you can select the sound(s) to apply the pedal to.
Note: When the instrument is turned on, the pedal settings are reset. To save these
settings, save them using the Data Dump function (see "MIDI Data Dump" on
page 30).
Hold the TRANSPOSE/FUNCTION button, and press the damper pedal. Each time
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you press the pedal, the LED on the sound selection button(s) where the damper
pedal is active will light.
When the pedal is assigned to the desired sound(s), release the TRANSPOSE/
2
FUNCTION button.
The metronome
The SP-300 incorporates a metronome, with which you can set the tempo during
practice.
Starting and stopping the metronome.
make the metronome start or stop. When turning on, the metronome is set according
to the slider position, but you can adjust it with the procedure described below. After
having listened to the demo, the tempo will be that of the last demo that had been
listened to.
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Reverb depth
Light reverb
Normal reverb
Deep reverb
Chorus depth
Light chorus
Normal chorus
Deep chorus
Press the METRONOME button to
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