KORG TR Parameter Manual: High (high Sample)

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If you want the edited user categories to be backed up
when the power is turned off, you must write them into
memory. Select the Utility "Write Global Setting" to
access the Write Global Setting dialog box, or press the
[REC/WRITE] key to display the Update Global set-
tings dialog box and press the [F8] ("OK") key to write
the edited settings.
4.1–1 (...4)a: Category
Indicates the category name that you wish to edit.
■ 4.1–1 (...4)b: TEXT
Edits the category name.
Press the [F5] ("TEXT") key to access the text dialog box,
and enter a category name of up to 16 characters.
For the editing procedure, refer to OG p.44.
■ 4.1–1 (...4)c: UTILITY
☞"Write Global Setting" (1.1–1d)
GLOBAL 5.1: DKit
Here you can create a drum kit by assigning a drum instru-
ment (drumsample) to each key.
A drum kit you edit here can be selected in Program mode
PROG 2.1: Ed–Basic OSC1 page "Drum Kit" (when "Oscilla-
tor Mode" is Drums) as an oscillator, and processed through
the filter, amp and effects in the same way as a "multisam-
ple" (when "Oscillator Mode" is Single or Double).
When you wish to edit a drum kit, enter Program mode,
select a program that uses a drum kit (i.e., whose "Oscillator
Mode" is Drums), and then move to this page. A program
that uses a drum kit will already have filter, amp, and effect
settings etc. suitable for drum sounds. (Programs in the sep-
arate Voice Name List that use a drum kit are indicated by a
d
symbol.)
Even if a program with an "Oscillator Mode" of Single or
Double is selected in Program mode, the program will
sound using its own filter and amp settings etc. Effects will
sound according to the settings of the program you selected.
You must set "Octave" (PROG 2.1–2c) to +0[8']. With any
setting other than +0[8'], the key locations and drum sounds
will not correspond correctly.
If "Exclusive" (2.1–1b) is checked, the drum kit can be
edited using exclusive data.
When a drum kit is edited, all programs that use that
drum kit will be affected.
If you want the edited drum kit settings to be backed
up after you turn off the power, you must write them
into memory.
Select the Utility "Write Drum Kits" to access the Write
Drum Kits dialog box, or press the [REC/WRITE] key
to access the Update Drum Kits dialog box, and press
the [F8] ("OK") key to write the edited settings.
☞For details on creating a drum kit, refer to OG p.97.
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(Drum Kit)
5.1–1: High
(High Sample)
Here you can select a drum kit, assign High and Low drum-
samples to each key, and set parameters for the High and
Low drumsamples.
5.1–1a
5.1–1b
5.1–1a: Drum Kit, Key, Assign, Level H, Level L,
Vel. SW L→H
Drum Kit
Selects the drum kit that you wish to edit.
If you wish to modify the drum kit name, use the "Rename
Drum Kit" Utility menu command.
00(INT) ...15(INT)
preload drum kits, for user drum kits
16(User)...23(User)
for user drum kits
Key
Indicates the key to which you will assign a drumsample
(and its settings).
To select the key, use the [F6] ("Key–"), [F7] ("Key+") keys.
You can also select a key by holding down the [ENTER] key
and playing a note on the keyboard.
All 5.1: DKit parameters except for "Drum Kit" will apply to
the key you assign here.
Two drumsamples, High and Low, can be assigned to each
key, and you can switch between them by velocity as you
play.
Assign
On (checked): The drumsamples you assigned for High
(5.1–1b) and Low (5.1–2a) will sound. Normally you will
check this parameter.
Off (unchecked): The selected drumsamples will be invalid,
and the drumsamples of the key to the right will sound. At
this time, the pitch will be a semitone lower than the pitch of
the key to the right. Uncheck this parameter when you wish
to play a drumsample at differing pitches.
Level H (Level High)
Level L (Level Low)
Specifies the volume of the High and Low drumsamples.
Keys that are set to +99 will sound at a volume double that
of the amp level of the program that uses this drum kit. Keys
that are set to 0 will sound at the amp level of the program
that uses this drum kit.
Keys that are set to –99 will not sound.
Vel. SW L→H (Velocity SW Lo→Hi)
Specifies the velocity value at which you will switch from
the Low drumsample to the High drumsample. Velocities
above this value will sound the High drumsample, and
velocities below this value will sound the Low drumsample.
If you do not wish to use velocity switching, set this to 001
and specify only the High drumsample ( ☞ "Velocity SW
L→H" PROG 2.1–2(3)a).
You can also select a key by holding down the [ENTER]
key and playing a note on the keyboard.
5.1–1c
5.1–1d
[00(INT)...23(User)]
[C–1...G9]
[Off, On]
[–99...+99]
[–99...+99]
[001...127]

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