KORG TR Parameter Manual Page 120

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It is not possible to make settings that would cause "Src
BPM (Source BPM)" or "New BPM" to exceed the range
of 40–480.
It is not possible to make settings that would cause
"Ratio" to exceed the range of 50.00–200.00.
Press the [F5] ("Strch") key to execute Time Stretch.
When you execute, the time-stretched samples will auto-
matically be assigned to keys D2 and above, so that you
can audition them by playing the keyboard or by chang-
ing "Index" and pressing the [AUDITION] key. You can
also keep trying various settings for "Ratio" and "New
BPM."
Index: Selects the index of the sample that will be
sounded by the [AUDITION] key. After Time Stretch is
executed, the time-stretched samples will sound. How-
ever, it will not be possible to select Source (C2).
When you audition the time-stretched samples, the
sound you hear is the sound of each divided sample as
it will be played in Sequencer mode. If there is obtru-
sive noise or if the attack is not sound cleanly, return to
step 7 and adjust the "S (Start)" and "E (End)"
addresses, etc.
0 When you execute Save, use "With" to specify the data
that will be created simultaneously.
Program: If this check box is checked, the multisample
will be converted to a program when you save it. Specify
the destination program number.
In the case of a stereo sample, the program pan
will automatically be set. This allows the stereo position
in Sampling mode to be reproduced by the program.
Seq.Event: If this check box is checked, sequence data to
play the sliced samples will be created when you save.
Now you can specify whether this sequence data will be
created as track data or as pattern data. When creating
pattern data, you can also assign it to RPPR.
• To create track data
If you select Track as the sequence event type below the
"Seq.Event" check box, track data will be created.
Use the "Song," "Track," and "Meter" fields to specify the
song number and track number where the data will be cre-
ated, as well as the time signature.
The number of measures of the track data will be calculated
from "Meter" and "Source BPM."
The track data that is created will begin at the "Start Mea-
sure," and will repeat for the number of "Times" specified.
If you check both "Program" and "Seq.Event," set the "Start
Measure" to 001 and then save, the "Program select" (SEQ
1.1–2(3)a ☞p.55) and Track Play Loop (SEQ 1.2–1(2)a ☞p.58)
song parameters will be set automatically.
For the "Track Play Loop" parameters, "Loop On" will be
on, "Play Intro" will be off, "Loop Start Meas" will be 001,
and "Loop End Meas" will be the length of the track data
(the length is calculated from the "Meter" and "Source
BPM").
For example if the created track data is four measures long,
and you execute saving with "Start Measure": 001 and
"Times": 002, then eight measures (four measures x 2) of
track data will be created starting at measure 1 of the track.
When you play back the track, the Track Play Loop settings
will cause measures 1–4 to play as a loop. Measure 5 and
later will not be played back. If you want measure 5 and fol-
lowing to play, turn "Loop On" off.
If you check both "Program" and "Seq.Event," set the "Start
Measure" to a measure other than 001 and then save, a pro-
gram change will be created at the beginning of the "Start
Measure" location.
For example if the track data you created is four measures
long, and you save with "Start Measure": 002 and "Times":
002, then eight measures (four measures x 2) of track data
will be created starting at measure 2 of the track.
When you create track data, the data that was previ-
ously in that region of measures will be erased. Data
outside this region will not be erased.
You will normally check both "Program" and
"Seq.Event." After you save, you can go to Sequencer
mode, select the song, and play it back to hear the
results immediately.
• To create pattern data
If you select Pattern as the sequence event type below the
"Seq.Event" check box, pattern data will be created.
Use "Song," "Pattern," and "Meter" to specify the song
number, pattern number, and time signature for the pattern
that will be created.
The number of measures of the track data will be calculated
from "Meter" and "Source BPM."
If you check the "RPPR" check box, the pattern data will be
registered to RPPR when you save. Use "Key" and "Track"
to specify the key and track.
If you check "Program," "Seq.Event," and "RPPR," then the
"Program select" (SEQ 1.1–2(3)a ☞p.55) and "RPPR ON/
OFF" (SEQ 1.1–1c) song parameters will also be set automat-
ically. "RPPR ON/OFF" will be turned on.
You will normally check "Program," "Seq.Event," and
"RPPR." After you save, you can go to Sequencer mode,
select the song and pattern, and play back to hear the
results immediately. If "RPPR" is checked," you can
press the specified key to hear the pattern.
Depending on the end address setting of the sample,
the number of measures in the sample may increase so
that it will not loop neatly. In this case, you can re-
adjust "Length" in the "Pattern Param." section (SEQ
5.1–1c ☞p.70).
For track data or pattern data that you created with the
"Seq.Event" setting "Start Measure" set to 001, the
"Tempo" (SEQ 1.1–1a ☞p.50) will be the value specified
by "Source BPM". If you use the Time Stretch feature,
the "Tempo" will be the value specified by "New
BPM."
If you set "Start Measure" to 001 and create a track, and
a tempo event exists only at the beginning of the master
track, the tempo of that event will also be the value
specified by "New BPM" or "Source BPM."
If you save to a song that already contains data, and the
time signatures don't match, the resulting playback
may not be identical to the original sample. Set the time
signature of the master track appropriately.
A If you wish to save, press the [F8] ("Save") key. If you
decide not to save, press the [F7] ("Cancel") key. When
you save, the samples and multisample will automati-
cally be saved to vacant samples and multisamples.
In the case of stereo samples, the samples and
multisample will be saved in stereo.
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