KORG M50-88 Parameter Manual: Controllers Setup

M50 music workstation.
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Program mode
Kirnberger (Kirnberger III): This is a second "Well-
Tempered" tuning, dating from the early 18th century.
Slendro: This is an Indonesian gamelan scale, with five
notes per octave.
When Key is set to C, use the C, D, F, G and A notes. Other
keys will play the normal equal-tempered pitches.
Pelog: This is another Indonesian gamelan scale, with seven
notes per octave.
When Key is set to C, use the white keys. The black keys will
play the equal tempered pitches.
Stretch: This tuning is used for acoustic pianos.
User All Notes Scale: This is a user-programmed scale with
different settings for all 128 MIDI notes. You can set up this
scale in Global mode (Global 3–1b).
User Octave Scale 00–15: These are user-programmed scales
with settings for each of the 12 notes in an octave. You can
set them up in Global mode (Global 3–1a).
Key (Scale Key)
Selects the key of the specified scale.
This setting does not apply to the Equal Temperament,
Stretch, and User All Notes scales.
If you're using a scale other than Equal Temperament,
the combination of the selected scale and the Key
setting may skew the tuning of the note. For example, A
above middle C might become 442 Hz, instead of the
normal 440 Hz. You can use the Global Mode's Master
Tune (Global 0–1a) parameter to correct this, if
necessary.
Random
This parameter creates random variations in pitch for each
note. At the default value of 0, pitch will be completely
stable; higher values create more randomization.
This parameter is handy for simulating instruments that
have natural pitch instabilities, such as analog synths, tape-
mechanism organs or acoustic instruments.
▼1–2: Menu Command
• 0: Write Program ☞p.73
• 1: Exclusive Solo ☞p.73
• 2: Copy Oscillator ☞p.74
• 3: Swap Oscillator ☞p.74
For more information, please see "Program: Menu
Command" on page 73.
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1–7: Controllers Setup
1–7a
1–7b
Here you can specify the SW1 and SW2 switch and front
panel 1–4 knobs of the program when Control Assign (0–8b)
Realtime Control B mode is selected.
[C...B]
Note: SW1 and SW2 can be controlled by the SW1 and SW2
switches.
1–7a: Panel Switch Assign
SW (SW1 Assign)
This assigns the function of SW1. For more information,
please see "List of SW 1/2 assignments" on page 382.
Note: The on/off status of the SW1, SW2 switches is
memorized when you save the program.
If you change the function setting, the status is reset to off.
[0...7]
Mode (SW1 Mode)
This specifies the on/off operation when you press the SW1
switch.
Toggle: The state will alternate between On and Off each
time you press the SW1 switch.
Momentary: The state will remain On only while you
continue holding down the SW1 switch.
SW2 Assign
SW2 Mode
This assigns the function of SW2. The functions that can be
assigned to SW2 are the same as for SW1, with the
substitution of SW2 Mod. (CC#81) instead of the SW1's SW1
Mod. (CC#80).
Setting the functions of SW1 and SW2
SW1 and SW2 are the two switches above the joystick.
These on/off switches can perform a number of different
functions, such as modulating sounds or effects, or locking
the modulation values of the joystick.
Also, each one may work either as a toggle, or as a
momentary switch. In Toggle mode, each press alternates
between on and off; in Momentary mode, the switch only
changes for as long as you hold it down.
Each Program, Combination, and Song stores its own
settings for what the switches will do, and whether each
switch is on or off (based on their current states when the
data is saved).
You can set up Panel Switch Assign on the Controllers Setup
page.
1–7
Menu
[Off, ..., JS-Y Lock]
[Toggle, Momentary]
[Off, ..., JS-Y Lock]
[Toggle, Momentary]

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