KORG TR Parameter Manual Page 238

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Any control change number (CC#00–95) can be
assigned as the B-mode function of a REALTIME CON-
TROLS knob. In this case, the transmitted values will all
be 0–127.
*1 On the TR's sequencer, bank select messages are nor-
mally specified as a program change event ("Event Edit"
SEQ 5.2–1b). However in some cases this will be insuffi-
cient when you wish to change banks on an external
device. In such cases, you can use CC#00 and CC#32 to
specify the banks.
For information on the relation between bank select
numbers and the banks of your external device, refer to
the owner's manual for your external device.
*2 Unlike conventional control changes, pitch bend range,
fine tune, and coarse tune settings are made using RPC
(Registered Parameter Control) messages. In Program,
Combination, and Sequencer modes, you can use RPC
messages to control the bend range and tuning for each
program, combination (Combination), or track
(Sequencer). The procedure is to use an RPN (Registered
Parameter Number) message to select the parameter
that you wish to edit, and then use Data Entry to input a
value for that parameter. To select the parameter, use
CC#100 (with a value of 00–02) and CC#101 (with a
value of 00). use CC#06 and CC#38 to enter the data.
The data entry values for each parameter and the corre-
sponding settings are as follows.
RPN=0
(Pitch bend
range)
CC#06
CC#38
Parameter value (Semitone steps)
00
00
01
00
12
0
RPN=1
(Fine tune)
CC#06
CC#38
Parameter value (1 cent steps)
32
00
00
48
64
00
96
00
RPN=2
(Coarse tune)
CC#06
CC#38
Parameter value (Semitone steps)
00
40
52
00
64
00
00
88
For example, if in Sequencer mode you wish to set a
track that is receiving channel 1 to a transpose (coarse
tuning) value of –12, you would first transmit [B0, 64,
02] (64H=CC#100) and [B0, 65, 00] (65H=CC#101) to this
instrument to select the RPN coarse tune. Then you
would set this to –12 by transmitting [B0, 06, 34]
(06H=CC#6), 34H=52 (corr esponds to –12), and [B0, 26,
00] (26H=CC#38, 00H=0).
*3 The volume of the TR is determined by summing the Vol-
ume (CC#07) with the Expr ession (CC#11). When you
select a song in Sequencer mode, the volume will be set
to the values specified for each track, and the expression
will be set to the maximum value (127).
*4 A value of 64 will correspond to the value specified by the
program parameter. 0 will be the minimum, and 127 will
be the maximum. Changing from 63–1 or from 65–126
*5 If the filter type of the corresponding program is Low
*4, *5
0
+ 1
+12
–50
–25
0
+50
–24
–12
0
+24
will adjust the effect from the program parameter setting
toward the minimum value or maximum value. The
internal program parameters listed in (*4, *5) will be con-
trolled.
Pass Resonance, the filter resonance level will be con-
trolled. If the filter type is Low Pass & High Pass, the
cutoff frequency of the high pass filter will be controlled.
CC#70–79 corr espond to the following program parame-
ters of the TR.
In Program mode, when CC#70–79 is r eceived on the
global MIDI channel ("MIDI Channel" GLOBAL 2.1–
1a), or when a REALTIME CONTROLS [1]–[4] knob is
operated in A-mode or in B-mode when the function is
assigned to CC#70–79, the corr esponding program
parameter will be edited temporarily. You can execute
"Write Program" (PROG 1.1–1c)) to save that state
(except for some parameters). When you execute "Write
Program," the values of the corresponding program
parameters will be rewritten.
In Sampling mode (if the EXB-SMPL option is installed)
when playing the currently selected multisample on the
keyboard, the same control changes or knob operations
as in Program mode will temporarily edit the corre-
sponding program parameters. You can use "Convert
MS to Program" (SMPL 1.1–3f) to save that state as a
program (except for some parameters).
In Combination, Sequencer modes, the program param-
eters of the program for the timbre/track of the corre-
sponding MIDI channel will change, but this state can
not be saved directly in the program.
CC#70: Sustain level
Corresponds to "Filter/Amp EG Sustain Level" (PROG
4.1/2: Ed–Filter1/2, EG page, 5.1/2: Ed–Amp1/2, EG
page).
CC#71: Filter resonance level/High pass filter cutoff
frequency
Corresponds to "Filter A Resonance" (PROG 4.1/2: Ed–
Filter1/2, Basic page).
Corresponds to "Filter B Frequency" (PROG 4.1/2: Ed–
Filter1/2, Basic page).
CC#72: Release time
Corresponds to "Filter/Amp EG Release Time" (PROG
4.1/2: Ed–Filter1/2, EG page, 5.1/2: Ed–Amp1/2, EG
page).
CC#73: Attack time
Corresponds to Filter/Amp EG Attack Time" (PROG
4.1/2: Ed–Filter1/2, EG page, 5.1/2: Ed–Amp1/2, EG
page)
Corresponds to "Amp EG Start Level" (PROG 5.1/2: Ed–
Amp1/2, EG page).
Corresponds to "Amp EG Attack Level" (PROG 5.1/2:
Ed–Amp1/2, EG page).
Corresponds to "Amp EG Level Modulation Start"
(PROG 5.1/2: Ed–Amp1/2, EG page).
Corresponds to "Amp EG Time Modulation Attack"
(PROG 5.1/2: Ed–Amp1/2, EG page).
CC#74: Low pass filter cutoff frequency
Corresponds to "Filter A Frequency" (PROG 4.1/2: Ed–
Filter1/2, EG page).
Corresponds to "Filter B Frequency" (PROG 4.1/2: Ed–
Filter1/2, EG page).
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