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KORG M50-88 Parameter Manual: Midi Clock

M50 music workstation.
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Local
Control
MIDI IN
If Local Control is Off, MIDI transmission/reception
will occur normally. Playing the keyboard will cause
the corresponding note data to be transmitted, and
received note data will play the M50's internal sounds.
Note: Even if Local Control is On, notes played back by the
internal sequencer will not trigger the arpeggiator.
Convert Position
This setting specifies the location at which the Transpose
and Velocity Curve settings will be applied. This setting will
affect the MIDI data that is transmitted and received, and
the data that is recorded on the internal sequencer.
When using the M50's keyboard or chord trigger switch to
play the internal tone generator, the Transpose, Velocity
Curve, and aftertouch Curve settings will always take effect
regardless of this setting.
PreMIDI: Velocity Curve, and Transpose will be applied to
the data that is transmitted from the M50's keyboard or
chord trigger switch.
This means that the Velocity Curve, and Transpose settings
will affect the data that is transmitted from MIDI OUT when
the M50's keyboard or chord trigger switch is played, and
the data that is recorded on the internal sequencer.
MIDI data received from MIDI IN or the data played back
by the internal sequencer will not be affected.
Velocity
Curve
Record
Transpose
Note number
M50
change
Transmitted Table
PostMIDI: Velocity Curve, aftertouch Curve, and Transpose
will be applied to data before it enters the tone generator.
This means that the Velocity Curve, aftertouch Curve, and
Transpose settings will affect the data that is sent to the
internal tone generator when you play the M50's keyboard,
when the internal sequencer is played back, or when data is
received from MIDI IN.
This setting will not affect the data that is transmitted from
MIDI OUT or recorded on the internal sequencer when you
play the M50's keyboard, chord trigger switch or play back
the sequence.
Record
Velocity
Curve=4
No
Transpose
M50
Transmitted Table
Sequencer
OFF
Record
Tone
generator
ON
OFF
Arpeggiator
ON
Local
Trigger
Control
MIDI OUT
[PreMIDI, PostMIDI]
MIDI IN
Velocity
Curve=4
Play
Sequencer
Aftertouch
Curve=3
No
Tone
Scale
Transpose
generator
MIDI OUT
Received Table
MIDI IN
Velocity
Curve
Play
Sequencer
Aftertouch
Curve
Tone
Scale
Transpose
generator
Pitch change
MIDI OUT
Received Table
Global P1: MIDI 1–1: MIDI Basic

MIDI Clock:

MIDI Clock (MIDI Clock Source)
[Internal, External MIDI, External USB, Auto]
Use this setting to synchronize the M50's arpeggiator and
internal sequencer with an external MIDI device (e.g.,
sequencer or rhythm machine) and computer.
Internal: The arpeggiator and the internal sequencer will
operate according to the internal clock.
Select the Internal setting when using the M50 by itself, or
when you want the M50 to be the master (controlling
device) so that connected external MIDI devices will
synchronize to the M50 MIDI Clock.
External MIDI: The arpeggiator and internal sequencer will
operate in synchronization to the MIDI Clock input from an
external MIDI device.
External USB: The arpeggiator and internal sequencer will
operate in synchronization with the MIDI Clock from a
computer (for example a sequencer or DAW application),
connected to the USB connector.
Auto: Normally the operation will be the same as the
Internal setting. If external MIDI Clock messages are
received from the MIDI IN or USB connector, the M50 will
automatically switch to External MIDI and External USB.
Note: If you select Auto when an external MIDI sequencer
and computer is connected, the M50 will automatically
switch to Internal operation if the external sequencer is not
transmitting MIDI Clock messages, allowing the arpeggiator
to operate and parameters for which MIDI/Tempo Sync is
turned on to function.
Note: If after receiving a MIDI Clock, Start, or Continue
message from the MIDI IN or USB connector, no new MIDI
Clock message is received within an interval of 500 ms, or if
you start the M50's sequencer from the front panel without
having received a MIDI Clock, Start, or Continue message
from the MIDI IN and USB connector, the M50 will
automatically switch to Internal operation.
Receive Ext. Realtime Commands
Off (unchecked): Even if MIDI Clock is set to External
MIDI, or if set to Auto and the M50 is synchronized to
external MIDI Clock messages, MIDI Common messages
and Realtime messages (Song Position Pointer, Start,
Continue, Stop) will not be received. (Song Select messages
will be received.)
Note: Use this setting if the above messages from an external
MIDI sequencer are inadvertently resetting the M50's song
settings.
On (checked): The above Common messages (including
Song Select) and Realtime messages will be received.
This parameter cannot be set if MIDI Clock is Internal.
[Off, On]
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