KORG M50-88 Parameter Manual: Rotary Speaker

M50 music workstation.
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Effect Guide
Dry, 1 : 99...
Wet/Dry
99 : 1, Wet
g
Src
Off...Tempo
Amt
–100...+100
b: Control Mode
c: Preset Type
d: Custom Mix
e: Custom Depth
f: Custom Speed [Hz]
If Control Mode=Preset, you can use c: Preset Type to select
the effect. In this case, the Custom Mix/Depth/Speed
settings are ignored. If Control Mode=Custom, the Custom
Mix/Depth/Speed settings are valid, and the c: Preset Type
setting is ignored.
c: Amt
If Preset Type=V1 and Src=JS+Y, you can set this to +5 and
move JS +Y to control the effect in the order of
V1➝C1➝V2➝C2➝V3➝C3.

054: Rotary Speaker

This effect simulates a rotary speaker, and obtains a more
realistic sound by simulating the rotor in the low range and
the horn in the high range separately. The effect also
simulates the stereo microphone settings.
Wet: Mono In - Stereo Out / Dry: Stereo In - Stereo Out
Left
Rotary Speaker
+
Right
D
-mod
Mode Switch: Rotate/Stop
D
-mod
Speed Switch: Slow/Fast
D
-mod
Manual Speed Control
Mode Switch Rotate, Stop
Src
Off...Tempo
a
Toggle,
Mode
Moment
Speed
Slow, Fast
Switch
b
Src
Off...Tempo
Toggle,
Mode
Moment
Manual
c
Off...Tempo
Speed Ctrl
Horn
0...100
Acceleration
d
Stop,
Horn Ratio
0.50...2.00
Rotor
Acceleration 0...100
e
Stop,
Rotor Ratio
0.50...2.00
Horn/Rotor
Rotor, 1...99,
f
Balance
Horn
324
Sets the balance between the
effect and the dry input
Selects a modulation source for
Wet/Dry
Sets the modulation amount
for Wet/Dry
Horn
Mic Distance
Horn/Rotor
Mic Spread
Balance
Rotor
Speaker Simulation
Switches between speaker
rotation and stop
Selects a modulation source for
Rotate/Stop
Sets the switch mode for
Rotate/Stop modulation
p.324
Switches the speaker rotation
speed between slow and fast
p.324
Selects a modulation source for
Slow/Fast
Sets the switch mode for Slow/
Fast modulation
p.324
Sets a modulation source for
direct control of rotation speed
p.324
How quickly the horn rotation
speed in the high range is
switched
p.324
Adjusts the (high-range side)
horn rotation speed. Standard
value is 1.00. Selecting "Stop"
will stop the rotation
Determines how quickly the
rotor rotation speed in the low
range is switched
p.324
Adjusts the (low-frequency)
rotor speed. Standard value is
1.00. Selecting "Stop" will stop
the rotation
Sets the level balance between
the high-frequency horn and
low-frequency rotor
Mic Distance 0...100
g
Mic Spread
Wet/Dry
h
Src
Amt
a: Mode
This parameter sets how the modulation source switches
between rotation and stop.
When Mode = Toggle, the speaker rotates or stops
alternately each time you press the pedal or move the
joystick. Via MIDI, rotation will switch between start and
stop each time the modulation amount exceeds 64.
When Mode = Moment, the speaker rotates by default, and
stops only when you press the pedal or move the joystick.
Via MIDI, modulation values above 64 make the speaker
rotate, and values below 64 make it stop.
b: Speed Switch
This parameter controls how the rotation speed (slow and
fast) is switched via the modulation source.
When Mode = Toggle, the speed will switch between slow
and fast each time you press the pedal or move the joystick.
Via MIDI, the speed will switch each time the modulation
amount exceeds 64.
When Mode = Moment, the speed is usually slow. It
becomes fast only when you press the pedal or move the
joystick. Via MIDI, modulation values above 64 set the
speed to Fast, and values below 64 set it to Slow.
Wet / Dry
c: Manual Speed Ctrl
If you wish to control the rotation speed manually, instead
of switching between Slow and Fast, select a modulation
source in the Manual Speed Ctrl parameter. If you don't
want to use manual control, set this to Off.
Wet / Dry
d: Horn Acceleration
e: Rotor Acceleration
On a real rotary speaker, the rotation speed accelerates or
decelerates gradually after you switch the speed. The Horn
and Rotor Acceleration parameters set the transition times
between fast and slow speeds.
g: Mic Distance
g: Mic Spread
This is a simulation of stereo microphone settings.
Microphone
Sets the distance between the
microphone and rotary speaker
Sets the angle of left and right
0...100
microphones
Dry, 1 : 99...
Sets the balance between the
99 : 1, Wet
effect and the dry input
Selects a modulation source for
Off...Tempo
Wet/Dry
Sets the modulation amount
–100...+100
for Wet/Dry
Rotary Speaker - Mic Placement
Mic Spread
Mic Distance
Mic Distance
Rotary Speaker (Top View)
p.324
p.324
Microphone

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