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KORG M50-88 Parameter Manual: Pattern Edit

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6–2: Pattern Edit
Here, you can input Tones 0–11 for each step 01 to 48. Step
can be a maximum of 48 steps, and Tone corresponds to up
to twelve notes for the (up to) twelve keys pressed
simultaneously. If Sort ( Global 6–1a) is checked, the notes
that were pressed will correspond in ascending order of
pitch to Tones 0, 1, etc. If Sort (Global 6–1a) is unchecked,
the notes that were pressed will correspond to Tones 0, 1,
etc. in the order in which they were pressed.
These parameters are not valid for preset patterns P0–
P4.
6–2a
6–2b
6–2a: Arpeggio Select, , Pattern,
Length, Tone Grid
For more information, please see "6–1a: Arpeggio Select, ,
Pattern, Length" on page 243.
Tone Grid
The arpeggio pattern is displayed on the grid.
When Arpeggio Tone Mode (Global 6–1c) is Normal, the
display will indicate "●." When set to Fixed Note, the
display will indicate "❍."
6–2b: Step No., Pitch Offset, Gate,
Velocity, Flam
Step No. (Step Number)
Selects the step that you wish to edit, and set/reset each
Tone. When the Step No. is selected, use the numeric keys
to input the Tones. Numeric keys 0–9 correspond to Tones 0–
9, "–" corresponds to Tone 10, and "." to Tone 11. Each time
you press a key, the Tone will be set or reset.
When Arpeggio Tone Mode (Global 6–1c) is Normal, the
display will indicate "●." When set to Fixed Note, the
display will indicate "❍."
If you wish to delete all Tones of a step, use the Delete Step
menu command. To insert a blank step, use the Insert Step
menu command.
Pitch Offset
For each step, the pitch corresponding to the Tone can be
raised or lowered in semitone steps. This lets you make
settings for the same tone in each step to create a melody, or
to make settings for two or more tones in each step to play
parallel chords.
Gate
Off: That step will not sound even if Tones have been
specified.
Legato: Notes will continue sounding until the same Tone is
sounded next, or until the pattern returns to the beginning.
At this time, the display will change to " " or "■."
6–2
Menu
[01...48]
[–48...+48]
[Off, 001...100%, Legato]
Global P6: Arpeggio Pattern 6–2: Pattern Edit
This setting is valid when the Program, Combination, or
Song parameter "Gate" (Program P7: 7–1b, Combination P7:
7–3(4)c, Sequencer P7: 7–3(4)c) is set to Step. When making
this setting, make sure that "Gate" is set to Step in the
previous mode before entering this page.
Velocity
Key: The Tone of the step will sound with the velocity at
which the key was played.
001–127: The specified velocity value will always be used.
This setting is valid when the Program, Combination, or
Song parameter "Velocity" (Program P7: 7–1b, Combination
P7: 7–3(4)c, Sequencer P7: 7–3(4)c) is set to Step.
When making this setting, make sure that "Velocity" is set to
Step in the previous mode before entering this page.
Flam
Specifies how the note timing will be skewed when two or
more Tones are specified in the same step.
00: All Tones will sound simultaneously.
+01–+99: The timing of the notes will be skewed in the order
of the Tone number. (When Sort is ON, from low note to
high note. When Sort is OFF, in the order in which keys
were pressed.)
–01– –99: The timing of the notes will be skewed in the
opposite direction as "+."
To simulate chords strummed on a guitar, try setting "+"
values for odd-numbered steps and "–" values for even-
numbered steps.
This is not valid for preset patterns P0–P4.
6–2c: Tone No., Fixed Note No.
Tone No. (Tone Number)
This is valid when Arpeggio Tone Mode (Global 6–1c) is set
to Fixed Note. This selects the Tone.
Fixed Note No. (Fixed Note Number)
Specifies the note number for the selected Tone. You can also
input this value by holding down the ENTER switch and
pressing a note on the keyboard.
▼6–2: Menu Command
• 0: Write Arpeggio Patterns ☞p.255
• 1: Rename Arpeggio Pattern ☞p.255
• 2: Copy Arpeggio Pattern ☞p.256
• 3: Initialize Steps ☞p.256
• 4: Copy Step ☞p.256
• 5: Delete Step ☞p.256
• 6: Insert Step ☞p.256
• 7: Rotate Step ☞p.256
For more information, please see "Global: Menu Command"
on page 251.
[001...127, Key]
[–99...+99]
[00...11]
[C–1...G9]
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