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AI2 Synthesis System

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    User’s Guide AI2 Synthesis System...

  • Page 2: Important Safety Instructions

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS INSTRUCTIONS PERTAINING TO THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR INJURY TO PERSONS WARNING — When using electrical products, basic precautions should be followed, including the following: 1. Read all the instructions before using the 8. The power-supply cord of the product should be product.

  • Page 3: Lcd Display

    Data Handling Data in memory may sometimes be lost due to incorrect user action. Be sure to save important data to floppy disk. Korg will not be responsible for damages caused by data loss. LCD Display Some pages of the manuals show LCD screens along with an explanation of functions and operations.

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    Service and User’s Assistance For service, please contact your nearest Authorized KORG Service Center. For more information on KORG products, and to find software and accessories for your piano, please contact your local Authorized KORG distributor. Web servers •...

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    How to… How to... Demo Loading from disk P. 142 Creating new arrangements P. 64 Listening P. 27 Programs (single sounds) MIDI Selecting P. 36 Connecting a master keyb. P. 54 Assigning to the keyboard P. 35 Connecting a sequencer P.

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Listening to the Demo........27 Connecting the iS35 to a MIDI guitar....60 The Backing Sequence demo.

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    Table of contents Controlling another instrument with the iS35 ... . . 62 Page 4: Copy Backing Sequence..... 102 Page 5: Edit 1 .

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    Page 21: Effect 2 settings......189 Compatibility with Korg i30 data......147 Page 22: Rename program.

  • Page 9: Getting Started

    GETTING STARTED...

  • Page 10: Introduction

    Getting Started - For those who want to start playing pleasure. straight away without too much theory. Follow the The iS35 is not only an instrument with great sound, instructions step by step and start playing now! great design and easy to use, it is also a flexible instru-...

  • Page 11: Connecting The Power Cable

    Before turning the instrument off, save back- Connect the OUTPUT jacks of the iS35 to the AUX or ing sequence ( P. 40) and song ( P. 42) on disk. TAPE inputs of the amplifier using two audio cables...

  • Page 12: The Headphones

    Connect the MIDI OUT jack of the MIDI key- Suggestion: If the INPUT-IN jack is not used, set the board to the MIDI IN 1 jack of the iS35 using a volume on zero to avoid any interference or residual standard MIDI cable.

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    Getting Started • Introduction Connect the MIDI OUT connector of the MIDI • “Accordion 1” for those who have an accordion accordion to the MIDI IN 1 connector of the iS35 with three fixed channels. using a standard MIDI cord.

  • Page 14: Handbook

    Getting Started • Handbook 2. Handbook Basic operations How to choose an arrangement VALUE [5] sections (buttons and dial). To go faster press UP/+ (or rotate the dial clockwise), to slow Press the ARR PLAY [1] button to access the Arrange- down press DOWN/- (or rotate the dial counterclock- ment Play mode.

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    How to choose a sound same time again. The basic sounds of the iS35 are called “programs”. How to mix the tracks The programs are split into six banks (A, B, C, D, E, F- USER/DRUM) with 64 programs each.

  • Page 16: Transposition

    Getting Started • Handbook Transposition Keyboard and sounds How to transpose the sounds of the How to play a tone on the whole keyboard by an octave keyboard The buttons in the KEYBOARD ASSIGN [10] section To transpose the keyboard sounds (Upper 1 track or selected track) by an octave higher or lower, use the turn on or off the tracks of the keyboard (Upper 1, buttons of the OCTAVE [13] section.

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    Getting Started • Handbook twice in the PROGRAM [11] section to make the “Dr” If the left hand sound is too low, select the Lower track and press OCTAVE [+]. abbreviation appear on the display. Select a two-digit number from 11 to 18 and from 21 to 28 to select the program.

  • Page 18: Sequencer

    Getting Started • Handbook Sequencer How to deactivate the keyboard While you are in the Song Play mode, you can deacti- vate the keyboard by pressing the SYNCHRO-START How to playback a Standard MIDI File [4] and the SYNCHRO-STOP [17] buttons at the same (SMF) time (the LED’s turn on).

  • Page 19: Disk

    Getting Started • Handbook Disk To directly format a disk with the iS35, take a 3.5” HD “blank” (that is new and never used before) disk or a disk with data that you do not mind losing. The disk How to load a file from disk must be unprotected, that is it must have only one vis- ible hole.

  • Page 20: Audio Input

    You can connect a microphone, a guitar or another • The Keyboard Sets of bank B contain the settings synthesizer to the INPUT-IN connector of the iS35. To for the clean guitar. adjust the input sensitivity, use the GAIN slider •...

  • Page 21: Front And Rear Panels

    General volume (speakers, headphones and OUT- ted floppy disks. PUT outlets). The iS35 incorporates a new type of disk drive with- out auditory feedback (i.e. the “click” when the disk Note: This slider does not control the volume of the has been pressed all the way in).

  • Page 22: Control Panel

    Program mode: modifies the value of the parameters LYRICS button. shown next to the buttons. The iS35 can display the lyrics and chord abbrevia- TRK SELECT/ACC1-3 MUTE button tions of the SMF in M-Live, Solton, Tune 1000 and Arrangement Play mode: mutes the ACC1, ACC2, compatible formats (Edirol, GEM GMX, KAR, Hit- and ACC3 tracks.

  • Page 23

    In the Arrangement Play mode you can use the Note: This button has no effect if the iS35 is controlled Arrangement Preview function to show the arrange- by an external MIDI device (i.e. a MIDI accordion), and ment name in the display before selecting it. Press a...

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    Getting Started• Front and Rear Panels TAP TEMPO/DEL button ments with the TEMPO/VALUE buttons (or the dial) and press ENTER/YES to confirm. You can set the tempo with this button. The tempo is updated in the display. In Page 2 of the Arrangement Play mode these but- tons are used to select the style.

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    Lower) in the Arrangement Play and Backing (by extending the program sustain). Sequence modes. They also affect the external MIDI device used to control the iS35 over the Global chan- VOCAL/GUITAR section nel. The VOCAL/GUITAR section applies effects to the M.DRUM button...

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    Getting Started• Front and Rear Panels recognition area for the automatic accompaniment To select the DRUM bank press twice the F(USER/ (see “Page 23: Arrangement Harmony Reference” on DRUM) button until the abbreviation “Dr” shows in page 78, and the instruction on page 156 and follow- the display.

  • Page 27: Display

    The buttons and the dial. If these buttons and the dial act chords can be sent to the iS35 also through the Glo- as tempo controls, the display shows TEMPO. If they bal, Chord 1 and Chord 2 channels. See the recog- act as modifiers of the selected parameter, the dis-...

  • Page 28: Rear Panel

    You can connect an expression pedal here, such as troller here. You can program the EC5 on “Page 15: Korg XVP-10 or EXP-2, or a PS-1 or PS-2 type foots- EC5 external controller” on page 160 in the Disk/ witch. You can program the function assigned to the Global mode, assigning a function to each of the five...

  • Page 29

    OUTPUT connectors Audio outlets. You can connect an amplifier here. Warning: Always connect the instrument to a power You can connect the iS35 to a mixer, two powered socket with ground. speakers, or the AUX/TAPE inlet of an hi-fi system.

  • Page 30: Operative Modes

    The way in which • if the SINGLE TOUCH led is on, the arrangement the keyboard tracks are arranged on the iS35 keyboard can also change the parameters of the real time and their active/non active status are set in the KEY- tracks;...

  • Page 31: Backing Sequence Mode

    Getting Started • Operative modes SINGLE Arrangement TOUCH Style Keyboard assign Vocal/Guitar Keyboard mode Acc. tracks (prog, vol, Chord scanning pan, fx send, octave) Keyboard scale Outputs Master fx Wrap around Drum map Upper 1 (prog, vol, pan, fx send, octave) Snare/kick designation Upper 2 (prog, vol, pan, fx send, octave) Ensemble...

  • Page 32: Program Mode

    Getting Started • Operative modes Program mode The individual sounds played on the iS35 are called In the Program mode you can edit previously recorded programs. The instrument has a total of 384 programs, programs in order to create new programs and save organized into six banks (A, B, C, D, E, F-USER) with them in the USER locations.

  • Page 33: Disk/global Mode

    • Modify MIDI settings point is not saved or loaded. • Program pedals and external controllers Note: The iS35 can read disks from other Korg i-Series • Program Lower Memory instruments, of which it can re-use the data (see page 147).

  • Page 34: Subpages

    Getting Started • Operative modes Subpages Programming a parameter value Some of the display pages allow you to select second- ary pages, referred to as “subpages”. The subpages are In order to modify the value of a parameter that indicated by two round brackets ( ) which contain the appears on the display, first of all you need to select option.

  • Page 35: Tutorial

    Getting Started• Tutorial 5. Tutorial This chapter is a practical guide to the use of the iS35 • START/STOP stops the accompaniments; that illustrates some real examples. All you need to do • RESET interrupts all the notes you are playing;...

  • Page 36: The Backing Sequence Demo

    Getting Started • Tutorial To exit the Demo mode Move the cursor on (BSQ), and press ENTER/ YES view the files contained in the disk. Press EXIT/NO or one of the buttons of the MODE section. By pressing EXIT/NO you go back to the Arrange- ment Play mode.

  • Page 37: Listening To The Songs

    Standard MIDI Files (SMF). The the ARRANGEMENT BANK [USER] button and iS35 is able to playback SMF format 0 without having an ARRANGEMENT NUMBER button from [1] to to load them in memory, and SMF format 1 after a [8].

  • Page 38: Selecting

    Getting Started • Tutorial If the played song is in Tune1000 or compatible The REC/WRITE/LYRICS led will light up. (Edirol, GMX, KAR, HitBit, XF) format, press To stop the song, press START/STOP. REC/WRITE/LYRICS to switch to the Lyrics 2 mode. Press REC/WRITE/LYRICS to change the viewing Listening to all the song on a disk mode from the lyrics (Lyrics modes) to the stand-...

  • Page 39: The Mute Keyboard Function

    Getting Started• Tutorial Choose the second song to be added in the list this data. If you don’t mind losing the data in mem- with the TEMPO/VALUE buttons (or the DIAL). ory, press ENTER/YES to start playback. If you wish to retain the data, press EXIT/NO to Press ENTER/YES to confirm the second song on cancel loading.

  • Page 40: The Arrangements

    Upper 1, Upper 2 and Lower (two tracks at a time: Upper 2 and Lower will exclude each other). The iS35 allows for creating arrangements, while the styles must be created with other systems and loaded Selected arrangement from disk.

  • Page 41: Synchro Start E Stop

    The fill is an interlude that breaks the rhythm conti- the notes. nuity. Each style of the iS35 has two different fill- The chord name is shown on the display: ins. Start the automatic accompaniment (with...

  • Page 42: Variations

    Getting Started • Tutorial All the tracks, at once! With the accompaniment stopped, press one of the INTRO/ENDING [1] or [2] buttons. With the SYNCHRO-START led off, play a chord Start the automatic accompaniment with START/ in the chord recognition area. STOP (or SYNCHRO-START + played notes).

  • Page 43: The Keyboard Tracks (upper 1, Upper 2, Lower)

    Press the button to select the Upper 1 track. Light up the UPPER 2 led (KEYBOARD ASSIGN If the iS35 is played using the integrated keyboard, or section) to activate the Upper 2 track. is connected to a master keyboard over the special Global channel (see pages 52 e 54), you can assign the Press the button to select the Upper 2 track.

  • Page 44: Blocking The Programs Of The Keyboard Tracks

    You can assign one of the iS35 programs to each key- Press one of the BANK buttons (you may press one board track. of the NUMBER buttons to select the tens) and...

  • Page 45: Transposition (master Transpose)

    Getting Started• Tutorial Transposition (Master Recalling the arrangement transpose) programming The TRANSPOSE buttons are used to modify the Press EXIT/NO in the main page (Page 1) of the instrument pitch. The pitch is modified at 1-semitone Arrangement Play mode while the accompaniment is step every time you press the buttons.

  • Page 46: Recording A Keyboard Set

    Getting Started • Tutorial Recording a Keyboard Set In Arrangement Play and Song Play, the Keyboard Sets also recall the settings of the VOCAL/GUITAR sec- tion. It is possible to record the status of the keyboard tracks, the effect and the VOCAL/GUITAR section in a There are three banks (A, B, C) with five Keyboard Sets Keyboard Set.

  • Page 47: The Backing Sequences

    KEYBOARD ASSIGN section. Chord Scan- ning: use the buttons of the CHORD SCANNING Sequences section. With the iS35 you can create new songs exploiting the Press REC/WRITE/LYRICS to enter the recording wealth of material in the automatic accompaniment. mode.

  • Page 48: Saving The Backing Sequences On Disk

    (max 10) in a new file. Insert an empty disk into the disk drive. The iS35 uses 3.5” 2DD/HD (double density or high density) disks. The disk must be formatted in MS-DOS® format, compatible with Windows™, Macintosh®...

  • Page 49: Deleting The Backing Sequences

    MS-DOS® format (also compatible with Win- dows™, Macintosh® and other systems), and insert the disk into the iS35 drive. You can now listen to the song in the Song Play or Song Edit modes. In order to read the iS35 songs with a computer, the...

  • Page 50: Saving The Song As Standard Midi File (smf)

    Getting Started • Tutorial to transmit over the channel of the track to be and playback. REC means that it is active only dur- recorded. ing the recording. The tracks need to receive channelled information Press START/STOP to begin the recording and and not over the special Global channel.

  • Page 51: Editing Standard Midi Files (smf)

    Getting Started• Tutorial Changing the sound of a track Standard MIDI File on disk. When finished, the message “Completed” will appear. Let’s replace the pan flute of the melody line with an alto sax. Press PAGE [+] repeatedly to get to “Page 4: Editing Standard MIDI Files Event edit”.

  • Page 52

    BS MSB and BS LSB) and Pro- gram Change (usually abbreviated in PC). In the iS35 the message sequence BS MSB=000, BS LSB=000 and PC=075 corresponds to program B24 (bank B, program 24) which is the pan flute.

  • Page 53

    “Tr07”. When finished press START/STOP to stop the recording. If the iS35 is played with an external MIDI con- If you have made any mistakes, press RESET and troller, the MIDI controller must be programmed begin recording again, following the instructions to transmit over the channel of the track to be from step 2 to step 7.

  • Page 54: The Vocal/guitar Section

    73 and following pages). The processed signal is The presence of the signal will light up the green sent to the audio OUTPUT jacks of the iS35 together SIGNAL led. If the signal is close to saturation the with the sounds produced by the internal sound gen- led will turn orange.

  • Page 55: Changing The Settings Of The Vocal/guitar Section

    Getting Started• Tutorial Changing the settings of the Vocal/Guitar section The Keyboard Sets contain the settings of the VOCAL/GUITAR section. Select a Keyboard Set to automatically change the settings. The default settings of the Keyboard Sets supplied with the instrument are: Bank Type of settings Vocal...

  • Page 56

    Getting Started • Tutorial microphone) option to the “VOC/GTR MODE” you wish to control with the A/B knob in B parameter. mode. Note: Each mode offers effects that are especially MODE ARR.PLAY dedicated to the guitar or vocal. For example, the har- CHORD monizer is only available in the Vocal mode, while the TEMPO...

  • Page 57: The Programs

    Editing the programs bank. In this example we shall start with a digital piano. The iS35 has a vast selection of Korg sounds, the same Press PROGRAM to enter the Program mode. sounds that you hear on records and in concerts of many famous artists.

  • Page 58

    Getting Started • Tutorial Adjust the effect level using the VOLUME/ Using the TEMPO/VALUE buttons (or the DIAL) PROGRAM [EFFECT BALANCE] buttons. select the location in the F(USER) bank where you wish to save the program. If you wish to save the program you have edited, press REC/WRITE/LYRICS to go to “Page Press ENTER/YES to save the program.

  • Page 59: Midi

    In the iS35 the are equivalent. The signals received over these connec- possible values are: tors are joined in the iS35. As a rule, use the MIDI IN1 Banks A-B = 00 Bank Select LSB connector if only one instrument is connected.

  • Page 60: The Special Channels

    Therefore, if the SPLIT button led is lit up, the ognition mode will always be Fingered 2 (you need notes that arrive to the iS35 over this channel will be to play at least three notes in order for the chord to divided by the split point into the Upper (above the be detected).

  • Page 61: The Arrangement Channel

    In the iS35 the General MIDI sounds are contained in piano, and so on. the A and B banks. There are 128 General MIDI sounds altogether;...

  • Page 62: Midi Setup

    If the master keyboard transmits over the Global chan- keyboard” setup and press ENTER/YES twice to nel of the iS35, the split point and the status of the Key- confirm the selection. board Mode and Keyboard Assign sections in the This setup is illustrated below.

  • Page 63: Connecting The Is35 To A Digital Piano

    Back function of the iS35 allows for dividing the piano keyboard at the split point of the iS35. Chords Piano When the Echo Back function is active, the iS35 sends a (Lower) (Upper 1) Local Off message to the piano. This message discon-...

  • Page 64

    Keyboard Assign section to activate or deactivate the The MIDI messages will be sent to the iS35 that will Lower part (left hand) and the Upper 1 and Upper 2 send again them to the internal sound generator of parts (right hand) of the iS35.

  • Page 65: Connecting The Is35 To A Midi Accordion

    1, the chords over channel 2 and bass Connection and settings over channel 3. To connect the accordion to the iS35 follow this proce- Number of MIDI channels. Accordions transmit over dure: a minimum of three MIDI channels.

  • Page 66

    ˙ ˙ However, in the iS35 you can select the fixed dynamics ˙ value used to receive the notes sent by the accordion. ˙ The MIDI “Accordion 1” and “Accordion 2” setups automatically select a fixed dynamics value.

  • Page 67

    Upper 1, Upper 2 and Lower tracks, right hand and do not want to play the iS35 bass. With turn the SINGLE TOUCH led off.

  • Page 68: Connecting The Is35 To A Midi Guitar

    In order to use this function you only to go to the Arrangement Play mode. need a standard footswitch, such as Korg PS-1 or Korg PS-2. The use of the Korg EC5 pedal keyboard is par- Press FULL UPPER in the KEYBOARD MODE sec- ticularly recommended.

  • Page 69: Connecting The Is35 To An External Sequencer

    The sequencer will receive the notes played on the iS35 keyboard and send them In order to connect the iS35 to a computer, you need to to the selected track of the song. The track will trans- have a computer with the MIDI interface.

  • Page 70: Controlling Another Instrument With The Is35

    MIDI cable. Note: If the program change sent by the iS35 is not cor- As regards the sounds, if the controlled instrument rectly received by another instrument, change the MIDI fil- (“slave”) is General MIDI compatible, there will be no...

  • Page 71: Reference

    REFERENCE...

  • Page 72: Arrangement Play Mode

    The chords control the arrangement patterns. The chord recognition notes must be played in the chord recognition area of the iS35 keyboard or received over the special channels Global, Chord 1 and Chord 2 (see “The special channels” on page 52).

  • Page 73: Performance Monitor

    YES. You can also select the arrangements by using a foots- witch such as Korg PS-1 or PS-2 or an external control- In order to select a Drum program (Dr11–28), press the ler KORG EC5 (optionals). For more information see F(USER/DRUM) button repeatedly in the PROGRAM “Page 14: Assignable pedal/switch”...

  • Page 74: Style Select

    You can also select styles by using an optional foots- STY (Style) witch or KORG EC5 external controller. For more information refer to see “Page 14: Assignable pedal/ [A11…A88, B11…B58, U11…U28] switch” or “Page 15: EC5 external controller” in the [Parameter memorised in the Arrangement] Disk/Global mode.

  • Page 75: Track Settings (1)

    Reference • Arrangement Play mode Page 3: Track settings (1) Pan (Channels A and B) In this page you can choose the program (sound), pan (stereo position), and effect send (send levels) for each [OFF, L15…L01, CENT, R01…R15, PRG] of the eight tracks in the arrangement. [Parameter memorised in the Arrangement.

  • Page 76: Track Settings (2)

    Reference • Arrangement Play mode Page 4: Track settings (2) Programming the damper pedal and the parameters This enables or disables the damper effect on the key- for the keyboard area (octave, wrap around) for each board tracks. This parameter will only appear if track track of the arrangement.

  • Page 77: Ensemble/variation Change

    Reference • Arrangement Play mode of the style. track you are editing, mute all the other tracks and try experimenting on each track. 1-12 Number of semitones relative to the Chord variation pitch. The track will use wrap-around point Page 5: Ensemble/Variation change the melody (two layered fourths), typ- In this page you can choose the kind of Ensemble you ical jazz harmonization.

  • Page 78: Drum Mapping

    Reference • Arrangement Play mode Page 6: Drum Mapping Drum mapping VAR1…VAR4 The Drum Mapping function allows you to edit the Drum part of the Style with only one operation. The [1…8] Drum Mapping will replace some instruments in the drum kit without changing the notes.

  • Page 79: Keyboard Scale

    Reference • Arrangement Play mode Page 8: Keyboard scale Key parameter should be set to C for [Parameters memorised in the Arrangement and Key- “rast C/bayati D”, to D for “rast D/ board Set] bayati E”, to F for “rast F/bayati G”, In this page you can choose the scale (or temperament) to G for “rast G/bayati A”, to A# for that the arrangement automatically assigns to the key-...

  • Page 80: Effect Select

    Reference • Arrangement Play mode Page 9: Effect select sound generator. In this page, you can choose which [Parameters memorised in the Arrangement and Key- board Set] effects you wish to assign to an arrangement and turn them on or off. For more details, see page 191. The instrument has two incorporated digital effect processors for the sounds produced by the internal Page 10: Effect modulation...

  • Page 81: Vocal/guitar Mode/ Assigned Parameters

    Reference • Arrangement Play mode Page 14: Vocal/Guitar mode/ Assigned parameters Assigned parameter (A/B, Vocal mode) [Parameters memorised in the Keyboard Set] This page allows you to select the operating mode of [ALL VOCAL PARAMETERS] the VOCAL/GUITAR section. It also allows you to Parameter assigned to the A function of the A/B knob select the operation of the A/B knob and of the C but- in the Guitar mode.

  • Page 82: Vocal Effects (1) (vocal Mode)

    Reference • Arrangement Play mode Page 15: Vocal effects (1) (Vocal mode) [Parameters memorised in the Keyboard Set] The harmonization notes must be received from a spe- cific keyboard area or a dedicated MIDI channel, First page for effect selection in the Vocal mode of the which is different for each operating mode.

  • Page 83: Mixer (vocal Mode)

    Reference • Arrangement Play mode Page 17: Mixer (Vocal mode) Harmony [Parameters memorised in the Keyboard Set] In this page you can program the mixing of the [0…127] VOCAL/GUITAR section (Vocal mode). Level of harmonization notes. Harmony volume MODE ARR.PLAY Lead CHORD TEMPO...

  • Page 84: Drive Programming

    Reference • Arrangement Play mode Page 19: Drive programming Sens (Sensitivity) [Parameters memorised in the Keyboard Set] This page contains the programming of the DRV [0…30] (Drive) effect selected in “Page 16: Vocal Effects (2) Sensitivity. With low values, the compressor will only (Vocal mode)”.

  • Page 85: Fx1 Programming (vocal Mode)

    Reference • Arrangement Play mode Page 20: FX1 programming (Vocal mode) Depth [Parameters memorised in the Keyboard Set] This page shows the parameters of the FX1 effect [0…30] selected in “Page 16: Vocal Effects (2) (Vocal mode)”. Chorus intensity. The parameters are different according to the selected effect.

  • Page 86: Fx2 Programming (vocal Mode)

    (There is no Page 22 in Vocal mode.) Page 23: Arrangement Harmony Reference [Parameters memorised in the Keyboard Set] The iS35 vocal harmonizer (VOCAL/GUITAR section) takes the harmony notes from the keyboard and/or the MIDI. This page is used to determine the origin of...

  • Page 87

    Lowest and highest note of the area where the harmo- Disk/Global mode (see page 156). nization notes are transported. If you play a note The notes played on the iS35 inte- above or below this area on the keyboard, the note will grated keyboard are not sent to the be transported inside the area.

  • Page 88: Guitar Effects (1) (guitar Mode)

    Reference • Arrangement Play mode Page 15: Guitar effects (1) (Guitar mode) [Parameters memorised in the Keyboard Set] First page for effect selection in the Guitar mode of the [OFF, CHORUS, FLANGR, PHASER, TRMOLO, PAN, PITCH, VOCAL/GUITAR section. WAH] Modulation effect type. This type of effects creates a Drive effect modulation that gives more life and space feeling to the sound.

  • Page 89: Guitar Effects (2) (guitar Mode)

    Reference • Arrangement Play mode Page 16: Guitar effects (2) (Guitar mode) TONE [Parameters memorised in the Keyboard Set] Second page for effect selection in the Guitar mode of [OFF/ON] the VOCAL/GUITAR section. Activates/deactivates the Tone section (equalizer). For Noise Reduction information about programming see page 82.

  • Page 90: Tone Programming (guitar Mode)

    Reference • Arrangement Play mode Page 18: Tone programming (Guitar mode) [Parameters memorised in the Keyboard Set] This page contains the programming of the Tone effect [-15…0…+15] selected in “Page 16: Guitar effects (2) (Guitar mode)” Low frequency band. With positive values the band is (see page 74).

  • Page 91

    Reference • Arrangement Play mode Distorsion values it will also reduce the notes played in pianis- simo. The distorsion is obtained by simulating the saturation of the amplifier distorsion circuit. The sounds are MODE ARR.PLAY CHORD colder and more buzzing than in the overdrive. TEMPO OCTAVE MODE...

  • Page 92: Modulation Programming (guitar Mode)

    Reference • Arrangement Play mode Page 20: Modulation programming (Guitar mode) Depth [Parameters memorised in the Keyboard Set] This page shows the parameters of the MOD (Modula- [0…30] tion) effect selected in “Page 15: Guitar effects (1) (Gui- Effect intensity. tar mode)”.

  • Page 93: Pitch Modulation

    Reference • Arrangement Play mode F.Back (Feedback) MODE ARR.PLAY CHORD [0…30] TEMPO OCTAVE The feedback is the effect quantity that is sent back to the phaser and modulated again. PAGE Speed [0…30] Effect modulation speed. Speed [0…30] Depth Effect modulation speed. [0…30] Pitch modulation Effect intensity.

  • Page 94: Ambience Programming (guitar Mode)

    Reference • Arrangement Play mode Attack MODE ARR.PLAY CHORD [0…10] TEMPO OCTAVE Attack speed. PAGE Pol. (Polarity) [UP/DOWN] Wah polarity. Sens (Sensitivity) The overtones are mitigated with a reduced dynamics and enhanced [0…30] with a high dynamics. Sensitivity. DOWN Opposite effect. Page 21: Ambience programming (Guitar mode) Time [Parameters memorised in the Keyboard Set]...

  • Page 95: Nr And Cr Programming (guitar Mode)

    Reference • Arrangement Play mode Time MODE ARR.PLAY CHORD [0…30] TEMPO OCTAVE Reverb length. PAGE Tone [0…30] Reverb tone. This parameter will determine the high Level frequency attenuation. Higher values will give a higher attenuation. [0…30] Reverb level. Page 22: NR and CR programming (Guitar mode) NR: Threshold [Parameters memorised in the Keyboard Set] This page shows the parameters of the NR (Noise...

  • Page 96: Guitar Mode)

    Reference • Arrangement Play mode Page 23: (Guitar mode) (There is no Page 23 in Guitar mode.) Page 24: Rename Arrangement The “Rename Arrangement” page allows you to mod- The following characters can be used. ify the arrangement name. The name can be made up ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ of a maximum of 10 characters.

  • Page 97: Write Keyboard Set

    Reference • Arrangement Play mode Page 26: Write Keyboard Set Press the BANK button repeatedly, in the KEY- This page allows you to save the current situation of BOARD SET section, to turn on the led of the the real time tracks, effects and VOCAL/GUITAR sec- tion in a Keyboard Set.

  • Page 98: Backing Sequence Mode

    Reference • Backing Sequence mode 8. Backing Sequence mode Saving the backing sequences before turning off Warning: When the instrument is turned off, the back- disk (see “2. Save” on page 144, and “Saving the Back- ing sequences in memory will be erased. Before turn- ing Sequences on disk”...

  • Page 99: Playback

    Reference • Backing Sequence mode Page 1: Playback Press B.SEQ to enter the Backing Sequence BSQ (Backing sequence) mode. [0…9] This page (Page 1) allows you to select a backing Selected backing sequence. In theory, the memory sequence and play it. could contain up to a maximum of 10 backing sequences;...

  • Page 100: Recording

    Reference • Backing Sequence mode Page 1: Recording Program the display parameters. The backing sequence can be recorded in different ways: Press START/STOP INTRO/ENDING • In real time, all the tracks in one go (see “Recording START/STOP) to start recording. all the tracks in one go in real time”...

  • Page 101

    AUTO Recorded tempo playback. It auto- If the iS35 is played by a master keyboard or other matically appears in playback. The MIDI controller, the MIDI controller must transmit tempo will be the one recorded in the over the iS35 Global channel.

  • Page 102

    Reference • Backing Sequence mode to select REC. which has been especially set for the PUNCH IN/OUT function. see “Page The track is recording. The data 14: Assignable pedal/switch” on already contained in the track will be page 158 or “Page 15: EC5 external deleted.

  • Page 103: Recording A Track At A Time In Real Time

    The backing sequence tracks may corresponds to vari- ous tracks of the iS35. Some of the backing sequence Select an arrangement with the buttons of the tracks do not correspond to real tracks of the iS35, but ARRANGEMENT section. to special control tracks.

  • Page 104

    Reference • Backing Sequence mode Recording the control track Note: If the iS35 is played by a master keyboard or other MIDI controller, the MIDI controller must transmit Note: The MIDI controller are not received via MIDI. over the Global, Chord 1 and/or Chord 2 channel.

  • Page 105

    The song will be played from the beginning to the Note: If the iS35 is played by a master keyboard or end. When finished, the sequencer will go back to other MIDI controller, the MIDI controller must transmit measure 001.

  • Page 106

    Reference • Backing Sequence mode Program the MIDI channels if the iS35 is played by a master keyboard or other MIDI controller. • Bring the cursor to the “Ch” parameter and assign a MIDI channel to the Extra Track. Normally, the Extra Tracks are not connected to the MIDI.

  • Page 107: Step Recording

    Reference • Backing Sequence mode Page 2: Step recording Step recording (recording step by step) allows you to Location Measure insert an event at a time. It can be used for all the tracks (keyboards, chords, controls, extra tracks). Step recording erases the data of the measures you are recording on.

  • Page 108

    Reference • Backing Sequence mode Tension Position The tension adds the notes played on the keyboard to This indicates the position where the next chord will the accompaniment, even if they are not written in the be entered. The number to the left of the colon (:) indi- style patterns, to enrich the basic chord.

  • Page 109

    Reference • Backing Sequence mode Note ** The KB MODE/ASSIGN parameter controls the KEYBOARD ASSIGN and KEYBOARD MODE sec- tions: This indicates the name of the most-recently entered note. This parameter will appear if you have selected track KBTr or ETr1–8. Option Keyboard Assign Keyboard Mode...

  • Page 110: Erase Backing Sequence

    Reference • Backing Sequence mode Duration (ETr1-ETr8), press REC/WRITE/LYRICS and then START/STOP. This page will appear. [001…100%] Position Note Measure This specifies the duration of the note, relative to the length of the step. Duration that coincides with the step. Lower values Staccato (sharply detached) notes.

  • Page 111: Edit 1

    Reference • Backing Sequence mode Page 5: Edit 1 Insert measures In this page you can select one of the following three options: delete measure (DELETE), insert measure (INSERT), erase data from measure (ERASE). Move This operation inserts measures into the selected track. the cursor to the desired operation using the CURSOR The following measures will then be moved forward.

  • Page 112: Erase Measures

    Reference • Backing Sequence mode If you assign the value **/** to the time signature track, control track, tempo track, keyboard track, parameter, the new measures will have the same time etc.). signature as the measures that are in the same position 2.

  • Page 113: Edit 2

    Reference • Backing Sequence mode Page 6: Edit 2 In this page you can select one of the following three operations: copy measures (COPY), combine tracks 1. Move the cursor to the “Track” parameter, using (BOUNCE), adjust timing errors (QUANTIZE). Move the CURSOR buttons and choose the track with the the cursor to the operation you wish to carry out using TEMPO/VALUE buttons (or the DIAL).

  • Page 114: Bounce Tracks

    Reference • Backing Sequence mode Bounce tracks Type of data Quantize value This operation combines two tracks (keyboard tracks or extra tracks) into one track. The resulting track will use the program, the MIDI channel and all the settings of the Bounce destination track. The data on the source Bounce track will be erased.

  • Page 115: Shift Note (transposition)

    Reference • Backing Sequence mode Page 7: Shift note (Transposition) This operation shifts the pitch of notes making them 1. Move the cursor to the “Track” parameter using the more acute (higher) or more grave (lower), in semitone CURSOR buttons and choose the track with the steps.

  • Page 116

    Reference • Backing Sequence mode Time signature You can insert an event before the displayed event by pressing the INS button. However, it is not possible to This indicates the time scanning of the measure, i.e. (a) carry out this operation if the bar line (BAR event) of number of movements in which it is divided, and (b) the first measure is selected.

  • Page 117

    Reference • Backing Sequence mode Event editing of the CTRL track (controls) Type of event Value Measure number / Index number Position TRANSPOSE –11… –1, 00, +1… +11 DRUM MUTE PERC MUTE BASS MUTE PLAY, MUTE ACC1 MUTE ACC2 MUTE ACC3 MUTE Type of event UP1 PROG (Upper 1...

  • Page 118

    Reference • Backing Sequence mode Event editing of the CHRD track (chords) Chord This indicates the chord that will be input. Option Keyboard Assign Keyboard Mode FUL-UP1 UPPER1 FULL Tension UPPER1, FUL UP1-2 FULL UPPER2 Tension adds notes that have actually been played to SP UP1&L UPPER1, LOWER SPLIT...

  • Page 119: Extra Track Settings (1)

    Reference • Backing Sequence mode Page 9: Extra Track settings (1) Ch (MIDI channel) In this page you can set the initial parameters of the eight extra tracks ETr1-ETr8. In the same way as the [--, 01G…16] keyboard track, you can individually adjust the trans- pose and detune settings.

  • Page 120: Extra Track Settings (2)

    Reference • Backing Sequence mode Page 10: Extra Track settings (2) In this page you can choose the program (sound), pan edly until the abbreviation “Dr” appears, then select a (stereo location) and the effect level sent to the two two-digit number with the number buttons.

  • Page 121: Effect Select

    Reference • Backing Sequence mode Page 11: Effect select The instrument has two incorporated digital effect effects you wish to assign to each processor. For more processors for the sounds produced by the internal details, see page 191. sound generation. In this page, you can choose which Page 12: Effect modulation In this page you can connect the effects to one or two controls, which allow you to dynamically modulate...

  • Page 122: Next Backing Sequence

    Reference • Backing Sequence mode Page 16: Next Backing Sequence The “Next Backing Sequence” page allows you to is OFF, at the end the current backing sequence will choose a backing sequence which will be automati- carry on playing. cally selected when the current backing sequence ends.

  • Page 123: Smf Converter

    The displayed file name will consist of the first eight to the iS35 (C, D, E, F banks) and not characters of the backing sequence name, all in capital with the GM programs (A and B letters.

  • Page 124: Song Play Mode

    To program a song on an external sequencer, set the Changes in Song Play cannot be saved iS35 in the Song Play mode. In this way the instrument will transmit on the channel selected with the VOL- The Song Play mode does not allow you to edit the UME/PROGRAM buttons, and receive from the exter- song permanently.

  • Page 125: Performance Monitor

    SMF will be selected. If you press RESET while the sequencer is stopped, or if the song The iS35 can display the lyrics of the SMF in M-live ends and the sequencer goes back to the first measure,...

  • Page 126: Selecting And Playing Back One Or More Songs

    You can create a list of songs with the JukeBox func- specifications, it might be impossible to read the file tion. For more information, see also the chapter “Tuto- with the iS35, or it might be read incorrectly, with a rial” on page 30. bad sound.

  • Page 127: Selecting A Program

    Reference • Song Play mode Selecting a program Alternatively, you can use the Program Preview func- tion to scroll the list of programs before selecting a program. You can select the program to be assigned to the track played on the keyboard. Select the program with the Press one of the BANK, buttons, enter the tens buttons of the PROGRAM section (see “Changing the number, if necessary, scroll the list of programs with...

  • Page 128: Channel Settings

    Reference • Song Play mode Page 2: Channel settings In this page you can set the channels during playback. page 36). Select a bank (A, B, C, D, E, F-USER/DRUM The SMF have their own parameters, which are auto- and enter a two-digit number with the number but- matically assigned to the tracks.

  • Page 129: Transpose Position

    Reference • Song Play mode Page 3: Transpose position In this page you can specify the transpose position in played from the sequencer or received from the MIDI the MIDI data flow. IN will not be transposed. MIDI IN Song Play sequencer TRANSPOSE POSITION Tone...

  • Page 130: Effect Select

    Reference • Song Play mode Page 4: Effect select The instrument has two built-in digital effect proces- to the song and switch them on/off. For more informa- sors for the sounds produced by the internal tone gen- tion, see page 191. erator.

  • Page 131: Song Play Harmony

    Keyboard harmonization notes need to go to “Page 12: Song Play Harmony” in the received by the iS35 keyboard. Disk/Global mode (see page 157), and the save the modifications to Global. (To save the modifications to Global, whilst in Global...

  • Page 132: Song Edit Mode

    “Page 13: Save” in the Song Edit The Song Edit mode is used to create or modify a song mode. The function is also explained in the “Tutorial” directly on the iS35. chapter on page 42. Page 1: Load Loading a Standard MIDI File (SMF).

  • Page 133: Playback

    Reference • Song Edit mode Page 2: Playback Tempo mode The parameters contained in this page control the playback of the SMF loaded in memory. [AUTO, MAN] Tempo Octave Playback mode of the metronome tempo. AUTO The song tempo will play. The tempo changes recorded in the track will be considered.

  • Page 134: Recording

    Reference • Song Edit mode Page 2: Recording Recording mode To enter the recording mode, go to Page 2 in the Song Edit mode, then press REC/WRITE/LYRICS. To go [OVWR, OVDB, AUTP, MANP] back to playback press REC/WRITE/LYRICS or EXIT/NO. Mode used for recording.

  • Page 135

    Correction of timing imprecisions during recording. The notes will be recorded as they Recording a song with a time signature were played. (On the iS35 precision that differs from 4/4 is 96 “tic” per quarter). Other values The notes adjust to ideal intervals,...

  • Page 136: Track Parameters

    Reference • Song Edit mode Page 3: Track parameters Ch (MIDI Channel) In this page you can view and modify the parameters of each individual track. [01…16] Track Program MIDI channel of the track. If a song is converted into a Standard MIDI File with the function on “Page 13: Save”, the MIDI channels specified here will be used.

  • Page 137: Event Edit

    Reference • Song Edit mode Page 4: Event edit Step recording procedure The Event Edit allows you to modify single events, for example the notes and control change messages 1. Go to “Page 7: Edit”, select «INS» and press (pedal, volume, pan). This can also allows you to make ENTER/YES.

  • Page 138: Event Filter

    Reference • Song Edit mode Measure number/Index number 8. At the end press START/STOP to exit the event edit page. The index number is the event number within the measure. By modifying this number you can step from one event to another within the measure. Index Event filter number 0 corresponds to the bar line (i.e.

  • Page 139

    Reference • Song Edit mode Event type *2. The pitch bend value is divided into two parts with two digits each. Use the CURSOR buttons to switch from one part to the other. Event type Values *3. The LSB values of the MIDI Bank Change message are 000…127, whereas the MSB value is 0.

  • Page 140: Shift Notes (transposition)

    Reference • Song Edit mode Page 5: Shift notes (Transposition) Track This function moves (that is transposes) the notes towards higher or lower notes. You can transpose all [Ch01…Ch16, ALL] the track notes or limit the transposition to specific measures of the song. Selected track(s).

  • Page 141: Erase Song

    Reference • Song Edit mode Page 6: Erase song When a song is loaded in Song Edit, the memory avail- song in memory to free up some memory. Go to this able for the backing sequences will reduce. This can page and press ENTER/YES twice.

  • Page 142: Erase Measures

    Reference • Song Edit mode Erase measures 2. Move the cursor to the “First measure” field, and indicate the measure where you wish the insert to take place. Move the cursor to the “Number of This function erases all or part of the data contained in measures”...

  • Page 143: Effect Select

    Reference • Song Edit mode Page 8: Effect select The instrument has two built-in digital effect proces- to assign to the song and switch them on or off. For sors for the sounds produced by the internal tone gen- more information, see page 191. erator.

  • Page 144: Save

    Format of the Standard MIDI File (SMF). In order to banks, and will select the correct playback the song in the Song Play mode of the iS35, drum kits. Some sounds may not play choose format 0, which will allow loading to take...

  • Page 145: Disk/global Mode

    Reference • Disk/Global mode 11. Disk/Global mode • “Parameter modified - Write?” message After having modified some parameters, if you press • Load > Load All > All the button of another operative mode, the question “Parameter modified - Write?” will appear in the dis- Note: The Global settings will not be loaded if the Pro- play.

  • Page 146: Introduction To Disks

    Reference • Disk/Global mode Introduction to disks The iS35 can save most of the data contained in mem- Type of data Extension Number ory on a 3,5” DS-DD disk (720KB capacity) or HD (1,44MB capacity), formatted in MS-DOS® format. A...

  • Page 147: Inserting A Disk

    Use a 3.5” DS wet type head cleaning disk; and carefully follow the Note: The iS35 incorporates a new type of disk drive instructions included with the cleaning disk. and you cannot hear “click” when the disk is inserted into place.

  • Page 148: Reloading The Original Data Of The Instrument

    1. Hold down the SONG PLAY and DISK/GLOBAL buttons, and turn the instrument on. the instrument 2. Release the buttons as soon as the iS35 test display appears. The iS35 is supplied with a disk that contains some demo files: a song, a backing sequence, Vocal/Guitar 3.

  • Page 149: Page 1: Disk Functions

    Reference • Disk/Global mode Page 1: DISK functions 1-1. Load all In this page you can select one of the three disk func- tions: loading (LOAD), saving (SAVE) and utility (UTIL). Move the cursor to the desired function, then The Load All function loads all data of a file, or all data press ENTER/YES to access its subpages.

  • Page 150: Load One

    Reference • Disk/Global mode BSQ (BACKING SEQUENCE) 3. Choose the desired file with the TEMPO/VALUE buttons (or the DIAL). The BSQ files contain up to 10 backing sequences. 4. Press ENTER/YES to load the file (or press EXIT/ NO to cancel the procedure). If all the data 1.

  • Page 151

    Reference • Disk/Global mode ARR (ARRANGEMENT) 1. Use the TEMPO/VALUE buttons (or the DIAL) to choose the program file from which you wish to This option allows you to load an arrangement from load the program. an arrangement file (.ARR). If the arrangement uses an 2.

  • Page 152: Load Global

    Keyboard Sets. Any Keyboard Sets already in memory (U11-U28). will be deleted. If you are loading data from a Korg iS40, iS50 or iS50B disk, an error message (“Missing HMB file”) will appear at the end of the loading procedure, because the Vocal/Guitar setup file is missing in these instru-...

  • Page 153: Utility

    Reference • Disk/Global mode PRG (PROGRAM) sage will appear asking you if you wish to proceed and delete the old file, replacing it with the one you are saving. Press ENTER/YES to confirm (or EXIT/ The PRG option saves a file containing the 64 pro- NO to cancel the operation).

  • Page 154: Loading Arrangements In The A And B Banks

    New disks must be formatted before they can be used from the disk supplied with the instrument, following the with the iS35. (It is possible to purchase ready format- procedure described in section “Reloading the original ted MS-DOS® disks that can be used immediately by data of the instrument”...

  • Page 155: Compatibility With Korg I30 Data

    In spite of the differences between the two instru- • Only the first i30 16 Styles will be loaded (C11-18, ments, the iS35 can load data from Korg i30 disks. You C21-28). If you select an Arrangement which uses a can load Program, Arrangement, Style.

  • Page 156: Compatibility With Is40, Is50, Is50b, And I40m Data

    C o m p a t i b i l i t y w i t h i 3 , i 4 , iX300, and i5S/M data The iS35 can load data from KORG i3, i4, i5S, i5M, and 6. As soon the display shows the directory containing iX300 disks and use the styles and arrangements of the file you wish to load, press ENTER/YES to...

  • Page 157: Page 2: Speaker Off/master Tuning/transpose Position

    MIDI IN has no effect on the pitch of a MIDI device connected to the iS35. Recording Playback Sequencer You can use this parameter to tune the iS35 with Tone Transpose Scale another instrument (i.e. a piano). generator Note numbers...

  • Page 158: Page 3: Midi Settings

    MIDI and other parameters tons. with only one command (see table “MIDI Setup” on page 236). When you select one of the setups, the iS35 2. Press ENTER/YES to access the function. will be automatically configured for connection with a 3.

  • Page 159: Page 4: Global Midi Parameters

    OUT. At the same time, the iS35 will continue receiv- ing notes from the MIDI IN. [1…9] Set “Local Off” if you wish to use the iS35 as a mute You can select one of the nine curves for the response master keyboard, if connected with a computer for to the keyboard dynamics.

  • Page 160: Page 5: Echo Back / Midi In Octave

    If the Echo Back function is active when you turn the Select the MIDI IN port used for connecting the piano iS35 off, the Local Off message will be sent to the piano to the iS35. “OFF” means that the function is deacti- when turning the instrument on.

  • Page 161: Page 6: Midi Channel Settings (1)

    In the Backing Sequence mode this parameter will be ignored, since both reception and transmission of the • In the Program mode the iS35 will transmit and Lower track will always take place over the Global receive over the Global channel.

  • Page 162: Page 7: Midi Channel Settings (2)

    To deacti- master keyboard to simulate an integrated keyboard vate this parameter choose the “--” option. in the iS35, choose the same channel that is assigned to Global. To deactivate this parameter choose the “--” option.

  • Page 163

    Reference • Disk/Global mode Page 9: MIDI filter AF (Aftertouch) This page contains a series of MIDI filters, to be used to restrict transmission and reception of some kinds of [x, o] MIDI events. For example, events like aftertouch use up a great deal of memory and make the songs too Aftertouch message filter.

  • Page 164: Page 10: Arrangement Harmony

    Reference • Disk/Global mode Page 10: Arrangement Harmony This page allows you to select the MIDI channel used by the iS35 to receive the harmonization notes for the [-3…0…+3] VOCAL/GUITAR section in the Arrangement Play mode. Transposition for the harmonization reference notes received through the MIDI IN.

  • Page 165: Page 12: Song Play Harmony

    The notes received via MIDI will not be recognized. Keyboard harmonization notes received from the iS35 keyboard. TG (Tone Generator) [ON/OFF] SONG PLAY This parameter only appears when a Song (Song Ch01…16) or keyboard (Keyboard) track is selected.

  • Page 166: Page 13: Vocal/guitar Lock / Master Transpose Lock

    While this parameter is selected, you can select the function by pressing the corresponding button on the Assignable footswitch functions control panel. The iS35 is compatible with a number of pedal models. Option Function We recommend using a Korg PS-1 or PS-2 pedal None switch, and a Korg XVP-10 or EXP-2 expression pedal.

  • Page 167

    Mutes the Drum track ments or styles. PERC MUTE Mutes the Percussion track ** The iS35 can detune single notes by a quarter tone (50 cents), particularly for use in Middle Eastern BASS MUTE Mutes the Bass track music. In order to program this, you need to use a ACC1 MUTE Mutes the Acc.

  • Page 168: Page 15: Ec5 External Controller

    Reference • Disk/Global mode Page 15: EC5 external controller Pedal You can connect the Korg EC5 external controller to the EC5 jack. This versatile controller includes five [A…E] completely programmable pedals, which make live controlling of the iS35 easier. Selects the one of the five EC5 pedals you wish to pro- gram.

  • Page 169: Page 16: Lower Memory

    Page 16: Lower memory LOWER Notes of the Lower part played on In this page you can program the functioning of the the iS35 keyboard, or received MEMORY-LOW/HAR button. through the Global channel. The Lower Memory notes played through the channel of the Lower track will not be kept.

  • Page 170: Page 17: Chord Recognition Mode

    Reference • Disk/Global mode Page 17: Chord recognition mode this note will be recognized as the This is the mode in which the chords for the automatic root of a major chord. If along with accompaniment will be recognized when the button the root, you play the first white key selected in the CHORD SCANNLING section is below the root (e.g.

  • Page 171: Page 18: Auto Chord Scanning/damper Polarity

    If you Auto chord scanning own a Korg PS-2 pedal, you should program its right jack as KORG (–) and the left jack as REVERSE (+). [ON, OFF] KORG(–) For pedals with normally open polar- If this parameter is set on ON, the Chord Scanning ity.

  • Page 172: Page 19: Main Scale

    Reference • Disk/Global mode Page 19: Main scale Page 20: Sub scale KIRNBERGER 18th century harpsichord scale. These pages allow you to select a Main Scale (or tem- perament), or Sub Scale for the instrument. It is possi- SLENDRO Indonesian gamelan scale.

  • Page 173: Page 21: User Scale

    This data is used to exchange information 3. Write down the MIDI Global channel, which on the USER data programming of the iS35. The sys- should be the same when you wish to newly tem exclusive data can be recorded in an external receive the data from the external device (see “Page...

  • Page 174: Page 23: Joystick Settings

    Reference • Disk/Global mode Data type Transmission Data type Size (in KB) time (in seconds) [GLOBAL…KEYBOARD SET] Global <1 GLOBAL All Global parameters, except for Local Control and Clock Source. Arrangement ARRANGEMENT The 64 USER arrangements. Backing sequence 2,6-186 1-60 B.SEQUENCE The 10 backing sequences.

  • Page 175: Page 24: Write Global

    “Are you sure?” will appear on the display. Press messages. In this case contact your local dealer or the ENTER/YES again to confirm. The message “Com- nearest KORG Service Center. pleted” will appear on the display. If setting was not performed correctly, the message “Invalid Data”...

  • Page 176: Setting The Joystick (y)

    Reference • Disk/Global mode Setting the joystick (Y) 2. Release the button and press ENTER/YES. 5. If setting was performed correctly, the message “Are you sure?” will appear on the display. Press ENTER/YES again to confirm. The message “Com- pleted” will appear on the display. If setting was not performed correctly, the message “Invalid Data”...

  • Page 177: How To Recover Lost Changes

    [–11…+11] [A11…E88, F11…F88, Dr11…Dr28] When you need to transpose (shift the pitch), use the The internal memory of the iS35 contains seven banks TRANSPOSE buttons to set the Transpose setting of of Programs, as follows. each program. The pitch can be transposed in semi- tone steps over a range of 11 steps up or down.

  • Page 178: Performance Edit

    [–10…+10/–3…+3] gram that will sound. This allows 1 octave of change in one-octave steps. The Performance Edit function of the iS35 allows you to make adjustments to the most important program VDF Cutoff modifies the VDF Cutoff parameter parameters, without having to bother with detailed ( P.

  • Page 179: Page 2: Oscillator Basic/oscillator 2 Relative

    Note-off This specifies whether or not a note sounded by the message is received, and whether the program will program will stop when you release the iS35’s key- sound monophonically or polyphonically. board or when a Note-off message is received.

  • Page 180: Page 3: Oscillator Tone

    Reference • Program mode Dly (OSC2 Delay) With a setting of 0, OSC1 and OSC2 will sound simul- taneously. [00…99] This parameter delays the onset of the OSC2 sound, so that OSC2 will begin to sound after OSC1. Page 3: Oscillator tone In this page you can select the waveform used by the If Oscillator Type is set to DRUM, this will show a oscillator, and make other oscillator-related settings.

  • Page 181: Page 4: Pitch Eg

    Reference • Program mode P (Pitch EG intensity) CNT will place the sound produced by the oscillator in the center. [–99…+99] L settings will place the sound toward the right, and R This specifies the effect that the Pitch EG will have on settings toward the left.

  • Page 182

    Reference • Program mode AT (Attack time) Set it in the same way as the Start Level parameter. [00…99] L (Level velocity sensitivity) Sets the time over which the pitch will change from the Start Level (S) to the Attack Level (A). [–99…+99] With a setting of 0 the movement will take place This specifies the depth to which the Pitch EG levels...

  • Page 183

    Reference • Program mode Page 5: VDF CO (VDF cutoff frequency) Here you can change filter settings to adjust the tone. [00…99] VDF1/VDF2 VDF EG VDF cutoff Color Intensity This specifies the frequency at which the VDF filter will begin to apply. Lower values will produce a darker and more muted tone.

  • Page 184

    Reference • Program mode Page 6: VDF EG Here you can specify the shape of the VDF EG (enve- With positive (+) settings the Attack Level will be lope generator) that will determine how the VDF cut- higher than the normal cutoff frequency, and with off frequency will change over time.

  • Page 185: Page 7: Vdf Keyboard Tracking

    Reference • Program mode R (Release level) Set it in the same way as the Attack Level parameter. [–99…+99] Sets the level at which the VDF cutoff frequency will arrive after the Release Time (RT) has elapsed. Page 7: VDF keyboard tracking VDF keyboard tracking is a function that adjusts the Positive (+) settings will cause the tone to become cutoff frequency according to the keyboard location of...

  • Page 186

    Reference • Program mode AL (ALL) will cause keyboard tracking to adjust the A setting of “+” will cause keyboard tracking to cutoff frequency of all notes, relative to the Pivot note. shorten the attack time. A setting of “–” will cause keyboard tracking to Changes in cutoff frequency produced by Keyboard Track Amount (Amt) and Pivot Key settings for each Mode lengthen the attack time.

  • Page 187: Page 8: Vdf Velocity Sensitivity

    Reference • Program mode Page 8: VDF velocity sensitivity On the iS35, the VDF EG can be affected by your key- board playing dynamics or by the velocity values of VDF EG velocity sensitivity (for positive (+) settings) MIDI Note messages received from an external MIDI...

  • Page 188

    Reference • Program mode D (Decay time) R (Release time) [–, 0, +] [–, 0, +] Specifies the direction of the change that velocity will Specifies the direction of the change that velocity will cause for Decay Time. cause for Release Time. This setting functions in the same way as the Attack This setting functions in the same way as the Attack Time parameter.

  • Page 189: Page 10: Vda Keyboard Tracking

    Reference • Program mode DT (Decay time) Set it in the same way as the Attack Time parameter. [00…99] S (Sustain level) Sets the time over which the VDA volume will change from the Attack Level (A) to the Break Point (B). [+00…+99] Set it in the same way as the Attack Time parameter.

  • Page 190

    Reference • Program mode determined by the setting of the Mode parameter, OF (OFF) will cause keyboard tracking to be turned below. off, so that notes in any range of the keyboard will have the same volume. LO (LOW) will cause keyboard tracking to apply to Mode the range below the Pivot note.

  • Page 191: Page 11: Vdf Velocity Sensitivity

    Reference • Program mode Page 11: VDF velocity sensitivity T (Time amount) On the iS35, the VDA EG can be affected by your key- board playing dynamics or by the velocity values of [00…99] MIDI Note messages received from an external MIDI device.

  • Page 192: Page 12: Vibrato

    Reference • Program mode This setting functions in the same way as the Attack Note-on Note-off Note-on Note-off Note-on Note-off Time parameter. VDA EG Time parameter settings Notes played softly Notes played strongly Page 12: Vibrato Waveform This page contains settings which control pitch modu- lation.

  • Page 193: Page 13: Vibrato Controller

    Reference • Program mode D (Delay) S (Key sync) [00…99] [ON, OFF] This parameter delays the onset of automatic pitch This parameter specifies whether or not the Vibrato modulation. will be reset each time you play a note. Higher values will produce a greater delay. With a setting of ON, the modulation waveform will be reset each time you play a note.

  • Page 194

    Reference • Program mode JS+ Af → Freq (Frequency control by joystick + Af (Aftertouch) aftertouch) [00…99] [0…9] This specifies the maximum depth of the modulation that will occur when aftertouch is applied. This parameter allows the modulation to be speeded up by moving the joystick away from you or by apply- This is similar to the “Page 12: Vibrato”...

  • Page 195: Page 15: Vdf Mg Controller/vda Level

    Reference • Program mode S (Key sync) playing chords, so that modulation will apply to each note in unison even if you arpeggiate the chord. [ON, OFF] This parameter specifies whether or not the VDF MG Oscillator will be reset each time you play a note. With a setting of ON, the modulation waveform will [OFF, OSC1, OSC2, BOTH] be reset each time you play a note.

  • Page 196: Page 16: Controllers

    Reference • Program mode Page 16: Controllers The settings here determine how the joystick and • Af (Aftertouch) aftertouch will affect the pitch, filter cutoff frequency, [–12…+12] and volume of the program. These parameters will directly control the pitch, cutoff frequency, and vol- This specifies the amount of pitch change that will ume.

  • Page 197: Page 17: Effect Select

    Reference • Program mode Page 17: Effect select The instrument has two incorporated digital effect you wish to assign to the program and turn them on or processors. In this page, you can choose which effects off. For more details, see “Effects” chapter. Page 18: Effect modulation In this page you can connect the effects to controls, which allow you to dynamically modulate their inten-...

  • Page 198: Page 22: Rename Program

    Reference • Program mode Page 22: Rename program Here you can modify the title of the program that is The following characters can be used. being edited. ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ A title of up to 10 characters can be assigned to the abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz program.

  • Page 199: Effects

    This chapter explains the effect types rus, etc.) and including effects such as exciter and that can be used in the various modes of the iS35. The enhancer. In addition, you can use a foot pedal to iS35 provides 47 different types of effect, beginning switch effects on/off while you play.

  • Page 200: Effect Modulation

    Reference • Effects Type of effect Type of effect 1 [00: No effect…47: Delay/Rotary] You can assign a different effect to each processor. For more information on the types of effect, read forward in this chapter. ON/OFF[OFF, ON] Effect on/off Type of effect 2 This switches the effect on or off.

  • Page 201: Effect Placement

    Reference • Effects “Effect placement” pages Mode Page Arrangement Play “Page 11: Effect placement” Backing Sequence “Page 13: Effect placement” Song Play “Page 6: Effect placement” Song Edit “Page 10: Effect placement” Program “Page 19: Effect placement” In this page you can choose the effect setup of the The PARALLEL 1 setting will assign effect 1 to chan- arrangement, backing sequence, song or program, and nels A and B, and effect 2 to channels C and D.

  • Page 202: Effect 1 Settings

    Dynamic modulation If an optional Korg XVP-10 or EXP-2 pedal controller of the effect that can be controlled will depend on the is connected to the ASSIGN PDL/SW jack, and you set effect;...

  • Page 203: Shelving Equalizer

    In the LCD, parameters which can be controlled using dynamic modulation while you play are indicated by a Shelving equalizer Many of the iS35’s built-in effects have a two-band (13, 14), Stereo Chorus (19, 20), Exciter (28), and Trem- shelving-type equalizer that can boost or cut the low olo (35, 36 effects) are exceptions.

  • Page 204

    Reference • Effects Early reflection Depends on Set the volume of the early Pre delay 0…200 ms Set the delay from the direct level the effect reflection components of the sound until when the early reverberation. As this value is reflections begin.

  • Page 205

    Reference • Effects Feedback –99%…+99% Set the amount of feedback; i.e., High damp L 0%…99% Set the degree to which the high the amount of the delayed signal frequencies of the left channel that will be returned to the input will be attenuated.

  • Page 206

    Reference • Effects determined by the Delay B parameter, as shown in the Left following diagrams. Delay B When delay time A is less than delay time B Delay A Level Delay A Delay B Right Multitap Delay 1 Time Left Delay B Delay A...

  • Page 207

    Reference • Effects As with reverb, this effect is indispensable for music Equalizer high –12 dB…+12 Set the amount of boost or cut production using electronic musical instruments. It is that the shelving type equalizer will apply to the region above 1 especially widely used on synth pads such as strings kHz.

  • Page 208

    Reference • Effects Equalizer low –12 dB…+12 Set the amount of boost or cut Dry:Effect balance DRY, Set the balance between the that the shelving type equalizer B1…B99, FX direct sound (DRY) and the will apply to the region below 1 sound processed by the effect kHz.

  • Page 209

    Reference • Effects For each of these three flangers, a two-band shelving → Dry:Effect balance DRY, Set the balance between the equalizer is applied to the signals of the right and left B1…B99, FX direct sound (DRY) and the sound processed by the effect channels before the flanging effect is applied.

  • Page 210

    For example if when playing in an ensemble (whether 29: Enhancer processes the left and right channel sig- using the iS35 by itself, or in a band with other instru- nals separately. ments) you have ever felt that the iS35 sound you were...

  • Page 211

    Reference • Effects → Dry:Effect balance DRY, Set the balance between the Dry:Effect DRY, Set the balance between the B1…B99, FX direct sound (DRY) and the balance B1…B99, FX direct sound (DRY) and the sound processed by the effect sound processed by the effect (FX).

  • Page 212

    Reference • Effects Dry:Effect balance DRY, Set the balance between the Dry:Effect balance DRY, Set the balance between the 99:1…1:99, direct sound (DRY) and the 99:1…1:99, direct sound (DRY) and the sound processed by the effect sound processed by the effect (FX).

  • Page 213

    Reference • Effects Modulation speed 0.03…30 Hz Set the speed of the LFO that Middle width 0…99 Set the width of the band modulates the input level. Higher affected by the mid-range filter. settings will produce faster Higher settings will cause the modulation.

  • Page 214

    Reference • Effects → Dry:Effect balance Delay time 0…450 ms Set the basic delay length for the DRY, Set the balance between the delay effect. B1…B99, FX direct sound (DRY) and the sound processed by the effect Feedback –99%…+99% Set the amount of feedback that (FX).

  • Page 215

    Reference • Effects You can use dynamic modulation to control the Feedback –99%…+99% Set the amount of feedback; i.e., DRY:FX parameters of both the delay and flanger the amount of the delayed sound that will be returned to the input effects while you play.

  • Page 216

    Reference • Effects → Dry:Effect balance DRY, Set the balance between the Resonance 0…99 Set the amount of resonance B1…B99, FX direct sound (DRY) and the that is applied by the wah filter. sound processed by the effect Higher settings will produce a (FX).

  • Page 217

    Reference • Effects Modulation depth 0…99 Set the depth at which the phase Dry:Effect balance DRY, Set the balance between the will be modulated. Higher set- B1…B99, FX direct sound (DRY) and the tings will cause the modulation sound processed by the effect effect to be more pronounced.

  • Page 218: Appendices

    In the various page displays of Arrangement Play mode and Backing Sequence mode display settings and parameters, and also when you modify settings such as volume, mute, and transpose, the iS35 will sometimes display “popup” screens that appear only for a few seconds.

  • Page 219

    Processing has been completed. You may continue operation as desired. Corrupt SMF. The specified Standard MIDI File contains damaged data. Thus, this data cannot be played back on the iS35. Corrupt file. The data in the specified file has been damaged. Thus, the operation that you are attempting cannot be executed.

  • Page 220

    First make sure that you have selected the correct file. The attribute of a file on disk cannot be changed by the iS35, but you can use a personal computer to do so if you need to. If you are sure that it is OK to change the attribute of the file, insert the disk into the disk drive of a personal...

  • Page 221

    Edit mode “Page 13: Save” operation to save that data to disk. SMF format 2. The specified file is a Standard MIDI File in Format 2. Thus, this data cannot be played back by the iS35. Make sure that the correct file has been selected. Source is empty.

  • Page 222: Troubleshooting

    P. 4 Does not respond to MIDI messages are enable to receive in the iS35. Make sure that the MIDI Filters of the iS35 do not prevent the reception of mes- P. 155 sages. Some drum kit sounds are not played Check the panpot and effect send level settings.

  • Page 223: Floppy Disk Related Problems

    Reference • Appendices Floppy disk related problems Problem Action Are you using a 3.5 inch 2DD or 2HD floppy disk? You must use one of these types. Cannot format a floppy disk Is the disk inserted correctly? Is the write protect tab of the disk in the protect position? Is the disk inserted correctly? Cannot save data to a floppy disk Is the write protect tab of the disk in the protect position?

  • Page 224: List Of Detected Chords

    List of detected chords Each of the chords pictured below are shown in root position with a root note of C. In order for the iS35 to cor- rectly recognize major 6th and minor 6th chords, they must be played in root position as pictured. This is because these chords consist of the same notes as the minor 7th and minor 7th flatted 5th of the relative minor...

  • Page 225

    Reference • Appendices Minor Minor 6th 3-note 2-note 4-note Minor 7th Minor-Major 7th 3-note 4-note 3-note 4-note Diminished Diminished Major 7th 3-note 4-note Minor 7th 5 4-note Augmented Augmented 7th Augmented Major 7th 3-note 4-note 4-note Major 7th 5 Major 7th Sus 4 Dominant 7th 5 4-note 4-note...

  • Page 226: Styles

    Reference • Appendices Styles 8 Beat 16 Beat Ballroom Dance 1 8 beat 1 16 beat 1 Slow Pop Party Polka 8 Beat 2 16 Beat 2 Slow Rock 1 Disco Party 8 Beat 3 16 beat 3 Slow Rock 2 Motown 8 Beat 4 16 Beat 4...

  • Page 227: Arrangements

    Reference • Appendices User 1 User 1 User 2 User 2 Arrangements You can select the arrangements via MIDI, sending Bank Select MSB, Bank Select LSB (shown in table as BS) and Program Change (shown in table as PC) messages through the ARNG channel. The Bank Select MSB is always = 00. 8 Beat 16 Beat Ballroom...

  • Page 228

    Reference • Appendices Traditional 1 Traditional 2 Jazz Jazz & Funk Waltz Wiener Waltz Big Band 40's Ballad Mediu- Mazurka Slow Waltz 1 Big Band mSwing Polka Slow Waltz 2 Fast Big Band Be Bop German Operetta Latin BigBand Acid Jazz Waltz Laendler Fox Trot...

  • Page 229: Programs

    Reference • Appendices Programs You can select the programs via MIDI, sending Bank Select MSB, Bank Select LSB (shown in table as BS) and Pro- gram Change (shown in table as PC) messages, through the MIDI channel you wish to change the program to. The Bank Select MSB is always = 00.

  • Page 230

    Reference • Appendices Bank B: Synth SFX Bank B: Ethnic Bank B: Percussion Bank B: Effects Ice Rain Sitar Tinkle Bell Gt.FretNoise Soundtrack Banjo Agogo Breath Noise Crystal Shamisen Steel Drums Seashore Atmosphere Koto Woodblock Bird Brightness Kalimba Taiko Telephone 1 Goblin Bagpipe Melo.

  • Page 231

    Reference • Appendices Bank D: Synth SFX Bank D: Ethnic Bank D: Percussion Bank D: Effects Caribean Tambra WindChimes Heart Beat Rave Bouzouki Cowbell Laughing BellPad Claves Wind AmbientPad Kanoon Castanets Gallop ElastikPad Ukulele Tsuzumi Telephone 2 Bell Choir Jaw Harp Oil Drum Train Big Panner...

  • Page 232

    Reference • Appendices Bank F: User 5 Bank F: User 6 Bank F: User 7 Bank F: User 8 Drum 1 Drum 2 000, 002- 007, 074- Dr11 GM Kit 1 040-047 Dr21 Brush Kit 115, 117-127 Dr12 GM Kit 2 048-055 Dr22 Orchestra Kit...

  • Page 233: Multisamples

    Reference • Appendices Multisamples Multisample Multisample Multisample Multisample Multisample Multisample A.Piano 1 Mute Gtr 1 E.Guitar 3 Viola VS 58 MuteTriang A.Piano 1w FunkyGtr1 House Bass Cello VS 71 OpenTriang A.Piano1LP Mute Guitar1 House Bass Cello LP VS 72 Agogo A.Piano 2 FunkyGtr 1 Bass Slide...

  • Page 234

    Reference • Appendices Multisample Multisample Multisample Multisample Multisample Multisample PercOrgan2 Santur Shakuhachi BruNoiseNT Syn Rim NT ScratDblNT PercOrg2LP Bouzouki ShakhachiV WhiteNoise Click Scratch a Organ 1 BouzoukiLP ShakhachLP WhiteNoiNT Crash Cym Scratches Organ 1 LP Kanoun Bottle Jetstar CrashCymLP Rev.Kick Organ 2 Mandolin Recorder...

  • Page 235

    Reference • Appendices Multisample Multisample Multisample Multisample Multisample Multisample F.Guitar1V SynthBass3 Brass 2 Sagatty Baya Car Stop F.Guitar 2 RezBass 1 Brass 2 LP Sagatty NT Tabla 1 Car Pass F.Guitar 2 RezBass 2 Brass Fall Idling Tabla 2 Car Crash ResoGuitar RezBass 3 StringEns.

  • Page 236: Drum Kits

    Reference • Appendices Drum kits The following chart lists the percussive instruments assigned to each note of each Drum program. The Excl (Exclu- sive) parameter determines the mutual exclusion of two instruments with the same Exclusive number. For example, if the “Open Hi-Hat” and the “Closed Hi-Hat” have the same Exclusive number, the “Closed Hi-Hat” will immedi- ately stop when you play the “Open Hi-Hat”.

  • Page 237

    Reference • Appendices Inst Excl Inst Excl Inst Excl Inst Excl Whistle S Whistle S Whistle S Whistle S Whistle L Whistle L Whistle L Whistle L Guiro S Guiro S Guiro S Guiro S Guiro L Guiro L Guiro L Guiro L Claves Claves...

  • Page 238

    Reference • Appendices Inst Excl Inst Excl Inst Excl Inst Excl Crash Cym Crash Cym Crash Cym Crash Cym Viblaslap Viblaslap Viblaslap Viblaslap Ride Cym 2 Ride Cym 2 Ride Cym 2 Ride Cym 2 Hi Bongo Hi Bongo Hi Bongo Hi Bongo Lo Bongo Lo Bongo...

  • Page 239

    Reference • Appendices Inst Excl Inst Excl Inst Excl Inst Excl Brush Tom Timpani Baya 1 Slap Conga Pedal HH 1 Timpani Maracas 1 SynMaracas Brush Tom Timpani Baya 2 Open Conga Open HH 1 Timpani Cabasa MuteTriang Brush Tom Timpani Tabla 3 OpenTriang...

  • Page 240

    Reference • Appendices Inst Excl Inst Excl Inst Excl Inst Excl Orch Hit SagatClose Orch Hit JingleBell Orch Hit MarcTree 1 Orch Hit MarcTree 2 Orch Hit Tri Roll Orch Hit Cast Roll Orch Hit Metronome1 Inst Excl Inst Excl Inst Excl Inst...

  • Page 241

    Reference • Appendices Inst Excl Inst Excl Inst Excl Inst Excl Tabla Tak Siren Tabla Flam Train Tabla Rim Jetstar Slap Bongo Helicopter Tabla 2 Laser Gun Rek Dom 2 Gun Shot 2 Rek Tak MachineGun Rek Dom 1 Laser Gun Rek Rim Explosion Rek Rim...

  • Page 242: Drum Samples

    Reference • Appendices Drum samples Instr Instr Instr Instr Instr Instr Instr Instr Fat Kick PoweSnare 103 -- 154 -- 205 Sagat HfOp 256 Claves 307 Growl 1 358 BrushNoise Rock Kick 104 -- 155 Tsuzumi 206 SagatClose 257 Syn Claves 308 Monkey 2 359 WhiteNoise Ambi.Kick 105 ClsSynHH1 156 --...

  • Page 243: Midi Implementation Chart

    Reference • Appendices MIDI Implementation chart KORG iS35 OS Version 1.0 - Aug. 16, 1999 Function Transmitted Recognized Remarks Default 1–16 1–16 Memorized Basic Channel Changed 1–16 1–16 Default Mode Messages Altered ****************** 0–127 0–127 Note Number: True Voice ****************** 0–127...

  • Page 244: Midi System Exclusive

    The System Exclusive (or SysEx) allows for transferring the data contained in the iS35 RAM to an external sequencer and vice versa. In this way, you will be able to create iS35 editors for PC or simply send your own USER programs to a song recorded with an external sequencer and make the song send the programs back to the iS35 before it begins to play.

  • Page 245

    Reference • Appendices Technical specifications Features Keyboard 61 notes with dynamics and aftertouch Generation system Synthesis System Tone generator 32 voices, 32 oscillators Sample memory 14MB PCM ROM Effects Two stereo digital multi-effect systems, 47 effects, edit function Input sensitivity: Microphone, Guitar, Line (Mono). Controls: Volume, A/B programmable knob, C programmable button (mute).

  • Page 246: Index

    Index Index Symbols 64, 93 “All songs” chord recognition chord recognition mode 64, 93, 162 chords compressor (Vocal) accompaniement start stop amplitude envelope tracking, see VDA tracking damper amplitude envelope, see VDA EG in Arrangement Play mode 27–28 Arabic scale demo arrangement disk...

  • Page 247

    Index GM, see General MIDI octave, see transpose, octave overdub 6, 33 overwrite intro/ending pan, see effects JukeBox, see song, play all with jukebox parameter pedal performance edit keyboard Pitch EG how to block sounds program in full 49–50 editing in layer name in split...

  • Page 248

    Index style program overview scale selecting style 16, 26 subpage synchro start/stop 155, 236 system exclusive 6, 34 variation VDA EG VDA tracking 6, 34, 64 tempo 65, 66 tempo lock VDF cutoff 170, 176 track VDF EG of the arrangement VDF MG of the backing sequence VDF tracking...

  • Page 249

    Address KORG ITALY Spa Via Cagiata, 85 I-60027 Osimo (An) Italy Web server www.korg.co.jp www.korg.com www.korg.it www.korg.net PART CODE: MAN0001150 ENG...

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