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Multi Mode is the setup mode for using the X50 as a 16-channel, 16-part sound source in conjunction with a software or
hardware sequencer. It also enables the X50 to be used as a master controller for other MIDI keyboards and sound
modules.
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Press the MULTI button
have titles: Pop/Ballade, Rock/Metal Rock, etc.
instruments and the effects routing for the first eight of the X50's parts, allowing for speedy setups with your
external sequencer!
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The Tone Adjust matrix is available both in Combination and Multi Mode. It is a list of over 30 parameters, any six of
which can be applied to tweak any of the eight Timbres in a Combi, or any of the 16 Timbres in a Multi; and it can be a
different set of six parameters for each part! The benefit is to be able to tweak sounds to fit a given composition without
worrying about editing the original Programs.
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Once again select Combi A006, The Fire Inside
navigate to Tone Adjust
possible TA parameters for the first eight parts
parts, are available by pressing the PAGE+ button to the TA1 tab.
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Use ClickPoint to navigate to Part 6 - the Drum part in this example with LPF Fc highlighted, and rotate the
Value Wheel fully clockwise to select Reverse as the parameter to tweak
PRG: this is telling the X50 to obey the Program's instructions on whether the drum samples play forwards or
backwards
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Turn the Value Wheel one clockwise notch, or press the INC button: the drum samples will now
play backwards!
Tone Adjust, in conjunction with the Realtime Control knobs, affords the performer an incredible amount of
sophisticated control, and allows the songwriter an easy way to tailor sounds to a project.
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The X50 ships with a CD-ROM, containing the Korg USB MIDI Driver and a powerful and easy-to-use editor. Once the
keyboard is connected to a computer via USB, the editor can run in one of two ways: 1) As a stand-alone editor for
modifying the sounds in a computer environment; or 2) as a plug-in editor inside a host application. As such, it
supports VST, Audio Units, and RTAS protocols. Merely assign a virtual instrument track to look at the X50 editor,
and sounds can be freely edited and saved as part of your DAW song project! By the way, you'll find an in-depth
X50/microX Editor/Librarian Owner's Manual on the CD-ROM, or as part of the Editor/Plug-in Editor Software download,
available at www.korg.com\X50.
For more information, see the X50 Owner's Manual and X50 Editor/Plug-In Editor
Manual, and visit www.korg.com/x50 for more support, tips and tricks!
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Turn the VALUE WHEEL clockwise slowly, and notice that the first 16 of 128 Multis
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Press ClickPoint down to 'open' the page: you are viewing the first two of the six
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These are Style Templates, which choose the right
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Press the MENU/OK button and use ClickPoint to
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The additional parameters, and in Multi Mode, the additional
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