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KORG M50-88 Parameter Manual: Realtime Control Knobs 1–4 Assignments

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Realtime Control Knobs 1–4
Assignments
The following functions can be assigned as the function of
knobs 1–4 when the control surface is assigned to Realtime
Control B mode.
Knob assignments are saved separately with each Program,
Combination, and Song.
For more information, see:
• Programs: "1–7: Controllers Setup" on page 18
• Combinations: "1–1: Controllers Setup" on page 91
• Sequencer mode: "1–1: Controllers Setup" on page 147
List of Knobs 1–4 assignments
The following functions can be assigned to Realtime Control
knobs 1–4.
Off
This setting disables the slider.
Knob Mod. 1–4 (CC#s17, 19, 20, 21)
These settings let you use the slider as an AMS or Dmod
source. Note that you'll also need to assign the slider to
control the desired parameter within the Program or Effect.
Master Volume
This controls the overall volume, and transmits the
Universal System Exclusive Master Volume message [F0H,
7FH, nn, 04, 01, vv, mm, F7H]. You can use this to adjust the
volumes of all Tracks or Timbres at the same time, while
preserving their relative balance.
Portamento Time (CC#05)
This controls the portamento time. Note that a different
controller, CC#65, turns Portamento on and off; see
"Porta.SW (CC#65) (Portamento SW: CC#65)" on page 382.
Volume (CC#07)
Controls the volume, and transmits CC#7.
Post IFX Pan (CC#08)
Controls the panning after the last Insert Effect in the chain,
and transmits CC#8.
Pan (CC#10)
Controls stereo pan, and transmits CC#10.
Expression (CC#11)
Expression is a secondary volume control, which you can
use to scale level without affecting the main volume settings
or CC#7 values.
When used one at a time, MIDI Volume and Expression
affect level in exactly the same way: a MIDI value of 127 is
equal to Program's main Level setting, and lower values
reduce the volume.
If both CC#7 and CC#11 are used simultaneously, the one
with the lower value determines the maximum volume, and
the one with the higher value scales down from that
maximum.
FX Control 1 & 2 (CC#s12 & 13)
These assignments are intended for Effect Dynamic
Modulation (Dmod). Note that you'll also need to assign FX
Control 1 or 2 to control the desired parameter within the
Effect.
Cutoff (CC#74)
This scales the cutoff frequency of all of the filters at once.
For instance, it affects both Filters A and B.
Resonance (CC#71)
This scales the resonance of all of the filters at once. For
instance, it affects both Filters A and B.
Controller Assignments Realtime Control Knobs 1–4 Assignments
Filter EG Int. (CC#79)
This scales the effect of the Filter EG on the cutoff frequency.
It affects all of the filters at once; for instance, it affects both
Filters A and B.
F/A Attack (CC#73)
This scales the attack times of the Filter and Amp EGs, along
with other related parameters.
When the CC value is above 64, this also affects the Amp
EG's Start and Attack Levels, Start Level AMS, and Attack
Time AMS, as described below:
Between values of 65 and 80, the Start Level, Start Level
AMS, and Attack Time AMS will change from their
programmed values to 0. Over the same range, the Attack
Level will change from its programmed value to 99.
F/A Decay (CC#75)
This scales the decay and slope times of the Filter and Amp
EGs.
F/A Sustain (CC#70)
This scales the sustain levels of the Filter and Amp EGs.
F/A Release (CC#72)
This scales the release times of the Filter and Amp EGs.
Pitch LFO1 Spd (CC#76)
This scales LFO1's frequency.
Pitch LFO1 Dep (CC#77)
This scales the effect of LFO1 on the Pitch.
Pitch LFO1 Dly (CC#78)
This scales LFO1's fade-in time.
SW 1 Mod. & SW 2 Mod (CC#s 80 & 81)
Normally, these are used for the two assignable switches -
but you can assign them to the sliders instead, if you like.
Foot Switch (CC#82)
You can use this general-purpose controller as an AMS or
Dmod source. Note that you'll also need to assign FootSW
(CC#82) to control the desired parameter within the
Program or Effect.
MIDI CC#83 (CC#83)
You can use this general-purpose controller as an AMS or
Dmod source. Note that you'll also need to assign MIDI
CC#83 to control the desired parameter within the Program
or Effect.
MFX Send 1 & 2 (CC#s 93 & 91)
These control the send levels to Master Effects 1 and 2,
respectively.
CC#s 93 and 91 actually control send levels in two different
places: the sends directly from the Program OSC and the
send levels of the last Insert Effect in the chain which
matches the CC's MIDI channel.
MIDI CC#00–95 and 102–119
These settings let you transmit any MIDI CC, except for
registered and non-registered parameters (CCs 96–101). If
you choose a CC which is used by AMS, Dmod, or the
standard CC routings, then it will affect the corresponding
M50 parameters.
When the control surface is in Realtime Control A
mode, the function of knobs 1–4 is fixed.
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