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KORG TR Parameter Manual: Seq 3.2: Param2

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"Transpose" and "Detune" settings do not affect the
note data that is transmitted via MIDI. "Transpose" and
"Detune" are controlled by received MIDI RPN mes-
sages. The "Oscillator Mode" (PROG 2.1–1a) of the pro-
grams selected for tracks 1–16 will be controlled as
follows.
• If "Oscillator Mode" is Single or Double, MIDI RPN
Coarse Tune messages can be received to control and
change the "Transpose" setting, and Fine Tune
messages to control and change the "Detune" setting.
• If "Oscillator Mode" is Drums, MIDI RPN Coarse Tune
and Fine Tune messages can be received to control and
change the "Detune" setting. The range of control will
be ±1 octave when Coarse Tune and Fine Tune are
added.
Bend Range
Specifies the range of pitch change that will occur when the
pitch bender is operated.
PRG: The pitch range specified by the program will be used.
–24–+24: Regardless of the setting of the program, pitch
bending will use the range you specify here.
This setting can be controlled and changed by received
MIDI RPN Pitch Bend Range messages. (These mes-
sages will not be received if the setting is PRG.)
■ 3.1–5(6)b: UTILITY
☞"Memory Status," "Solo Selected Track," "Rename Song,"
"Delete Song," "Copy From Song," "Copy From Combi,"
"Load Template Song," "Save Template Song," "FF/REW
Speed," "Set Location" (1.1–1d)
For details on how to select the desired utility function, refer
to "PROG 1.1–1c: UTILITY."
Detune BPM Adjust
If the program of a track uses a phrase or rhythm loop multi-
sample or sample created by adjusting the BPM in Sampling
mode (if the separately sold EXB-SMPL option is installed)
or loaded in Media mode, this command adjusts the BPM.
"Detune BPM Adjust" adjusts the BPM of the phrase or
rhythm by changing the pitch.
This command is available for a track when the "Detune"
setting of that track is selected. When you execute this com-
mand, the selected "Detune" value will be adjusted.
For the procedure, refer to "Detune BPM Adjust" (COMBI
3.1–3b).
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3.2–1: Othr..8
3.2–2: Othr..16
Here you can make additional settings for each track.
3.2–1a
3.2–1b
1.1–1c
[PRG, –24...+24]
3.2–1(2)a: Delay [ms], Use Prog's Scale
Delay [ms] (Delay Time)
Specifies a delay time from when a track receives a note-on
until it actually sounds.
KeyOff: The sound will begin when note-off occurs. In this
case, the sound will continue indefinitely unless the amp EG
Sustain Level of the program is other than 0. This setting is
useful for simulating harpsichord sounds.
Normally you will leave this at 0.
Use Prog's Scale (Use Program's Scale)
Each track can use the scale that is specified for the program
by "Type."
On (checked): The scale of the program will be used.
Off (unchecked): The scale specified by "Type" (3.2–1(2)b)
will be used.
3.2–1(2)b: Scale
Specifies the scale that will be used for the song.
Type (Song's Scale)
Indicates the type of scale ( ☞ "Type" PROG 2.1–1c).
Key
Indicates the tonic key of the selected scale ( ☞ "Key" PROG
2.1–1c).
Random
As this value is increased, an increasingly random devia-
tion will be added to the pitch at each note-on ( ☞ "Random"
PROG 2.1–1c).
■ 3.2–1(2)c: UTILITY
☞"Memory Status," "Solo Selected Track," "Rename Song,"

SEQ 3.2: Param2

(Other T01...08)
(Other T09...16)
[Equal Temperament...User Octave 15]
"Delete Song," "Copy From Song," "Copy From Combi,"
"Load Template Song," "Save Template Song," "FF/REW
Speed," "Set Location" (1.1–1d)
3.2–1c
[0000...5000, KeyOff]
[On, Off]
[C...B]
[0...7]

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