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KORG M50-88 Parameter Manual: Effect Guide; Overview; Effects In Each Mode

M50 music workstation.
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Overview
The M50 provides five insert effects, two master effects, and
a total effect, together with a mixer section that controls the
routing of these effects.
For each of these effect processors, you can choose from 170
different types of effects, grouped into the following
categories:
Classification of 170 effects
Effect type
Dynamics:
Effects which control volume, such as compressors,
000...005
limiter, and gates
EQ/Filter:
Effects which control frequency content, such as EQ,
006...017
multi-mode filter, exciter, and wah
Overdrive/
Overdrive and amp modeling effects such as guitar/
Amp/Mic:
bass amps and mics
018...025
Chorus/
Pitch and phase modulation effects such as chorus
Flanger/Phaser:
and flanger
026...039
Modulation/
Other modulation effects such as tremolo and rotary
Pitch Shift:
speaker, and pitch shifters
040...054
Delay: 055...069 Delays
Reverb/ER:
Reverb and early reflections
070...076
Mono-Mono
Mono & Mono chain effects that internally connect
Serial: 077...108
two mono effects in series
Mono//Mono
Mono & Mono parallel effects that allow two mono
Parallel:
effects to be applied to L and R independently
109...153
Double Size:
Double size effects
154...170
Effect Preset
Effect Presets let you easily store and recall all of the settings
for an individual effect. You can store up to 16 user presets
for each effect type, in addition to 15 re-writable factory
presets.
The same presets appear in all of the modes (Program,
Combination, and Sequencer).
Note that edits to effects parameters are automatically
stored with the Program–you don't need to store them as an
Effect Preset. Presets just make it easier to re-use your
favorite settings.
For instance, you can save an Effect Preset while working on
a particular Program, and then later use the same Effect
Preset in a different Program, Combination, or Song.
Program mode
Combination mode, Sequencer mode

Effect Guide

Contents
Oscillator1
Filter1
Driver1
Oscillator2
Filter2
Driver2
Timbre 1 /MIDI Track 1
Timbre 16 /MIDI Track 16
Audio Track 1
Audio Track 16
P00: Initial Set: These are the default settings that are
recalled when you select an effect type in the Insert FX Setup
page. You can't save your own settings here.
P01...P15: These contain preset data that Korg plans to
provide in the future. We recommend that you store your
settings in U00–U15.
U00...U15: These are areas in which you can store your own
settings.
---------------: This shows that no Effect Preset has been
selected. You'll see this if you've just selected an effect,
written a Program, or selected a new Program. Selecting this
setting from the menu will not have any effect.
Note: Programs save the effects parameter settings, but they
don't save the number of the selected Effect Preset. If you
select an Effect Preset, and then save the Program, the Effect
Preset setting will revert to "--------------."
For more information, please see "Using Effect Presets" on
page 67.
Effects in each mode
Program mode
With Programs, you can use insert effects to process the final
sound in the same way that you use the Filter, Driver,
Amplifier, and EQ (equalizer) to process the sound from the
oscillators (OSC 1 & 2). Then the master effects are used to
create overall ambience such as reverb, and use the total
effect to make final adjustments. All of these settings can be
made independently for each program.
Combination, Sequencer mode
In Combination and Sequencer modes, you can use the track
EQ and insert effects to process the program sound of each
timbre/track. You can then use the master effects to create
overall ambience, and use the total effect to make final
adjustments.
In Combination mode you can make these settings for each
combination, and in Sequencer mode you can make them
for each song.
In Sequencer mode, you can switch between effects or
modify the effect parameters and record these changes, so
that effects will switch automatically or effect parameters
will be modified automatically as the song plays back.
Send
Amplifier1
Amplifier2
EQ
Insert Effect 1–12
Send
EQ
Insert Effect 1–12
EQ
EQ
EQ
Return
Master Effect 1, 2
OUTPUT
Total Effect 1, 2
L/MONO, R
Return
Master Effect 1, 2
OUTPUT
Total Effect 1, 2
L/MONO, R
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