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KORG SP-300 User Manual: Midi; What Is Midi; What Can You Do With Midi; Connections

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What is MIDI?

MIDI, is the abbreviation of Musical Instrument Digital Interface. It is an interna-
tional standard that was created to connect and transfer data between electronic
musical instruments, computers and other devices.

What can you do with MIDI?

Thanks to MIDI, you can use the SP-300 to control other instruments, use other
instruments to control the SP-300, and use a sequencer to create complex musical
When you use the SP-300 keyboard or pedal, or select a sound, the notes, pedal acti-
vation and change in sound are transmitted to another instrument, or are recorded by
a sequencer.


Always connect the MIDI OUT connector of the instrument to the MIDI IN connec-
tor of another instrument. Never connect two connectors of the same instrument to
each other.
Connect the MIDI OUT connector of the transmitting (master) device to the MIDI
IN connector of the receiving (slave) device.
To connect the SP-300 to a computer, you need a MIDI interface for the computer,
sequencing or musical notation software, and two standard MIDI cables. Connect





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