Korg pa 900 User Manual Page 19

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EXIT
Use this button to perform various actions, leaving from the cur-
rent status:
Exit the Edit menu page, without selecting any item.
Make the page menu disappear, without selecting any
item.
Return to the main page of the current operating mode.
Exit the Global or Media edit environment, and return
to the current page of the current operating mode.
Exit from the SongBook mode.
Exit from the Lyrics, Score and Marker pages.
Exit from a Style, Pad, Performance or Sound Select
window.
MENU
This button opens the edit menu page for the current operating
mode. After opening an edit menu, you can jump to one of the
edit sections by touching the corresponding button in the dis-
play.
Otherwise, press EXIT to return to the main page of the current
operating mode, or the current page of the underlying operating
mode.
Lyrics, Score, Marker
Use these buttons to access the Lyrics, Score or Marker pages.
Use the X-Fader to select either Player 1 or Player 2.
LYRICS
This button recalls the Lyrics page for the Song or the Style.
SCORE
Press this button to open the Score page (in Song Play mode).
MARKER
Press both the LYRICS and SCORE buttons together to open the
Marker page (in Song Play mode).
Tempo Section
The TEMPO and METRO buttons can be used to control the
Tempo and the Metronome.
TEMPO +/– buttons
TEMPO– decreases the speed of the Style or Song. TEMPO+
increases it.
Press both buttons together to reset the Tempo to the value
memorized in the Style or Standard MIDI File. With MP3 files,
the original speed of the file is recalled (value reset to "0").
TEMPO LOCK
This button turns the Tempo Lock function on or off.
On
When you select a different Style or Performance,
or select a different Song, the Tempo will not
change. You can still manually change it, by using
the TEMPO +/– buttons, or select the Tempo
value and change it by using the VALUE dial.
Off
When you select a different Style or Performance,
or select a different Song, the memorized Tempo
will be automatically selected.
Note: This button does not work with MP3 files.
You can jump to the Global > General Controls > Lock
page by keeping SHIFT pressed and pressing this button.
METRO
Use this button to turn the Metronome on or off.
You can jump to the Global > General Controls > Basic
page by keeping SHIFT pressed, and pressing this button.
Sound Select
SOUND SELECT
Use this button to open the Sound Select window and select a
Sound to be assigned to the selected track. This is the same as
touching a Sound name in the display. Repeatedly press it to
cycle between the Sound bank pages.
For each type of Sounds there are several Sound banks, that can
be selected by touching the side tabs. Each Sound bank contains
various pages, each with up to eight Sounds, that can be selected
by touching the lower tabs.
Sounds of the Factory type are usually write-protected (unless
you uncheck the "Factory Sound Protect" option in the Global >
Mode Preferences > Media page). Sounds of the Legacy type are
standard Factory Sounds allowing greater compatibility with
older Pa-Series instruments. Factory Sounds of the GM type
allow for compatibility with General MIDI sounds. Sounds of
the User type are locations where you can load new Sounds from
an external device, or save new or edited Sounds. The User DK
type is where you can load new Drum Kits, or save new or edited
Drum Kits.
Chord Scan and Keyboard Split
Use these buttons to choose chord recognition and keyboard
splitting.
CHORD SCAN section
In Style Play, Song Play and Sequencer-Backing Sequence mode,
use these buttons to define the way chords are recognized.
LOWER
Chords are detected below the split point. The
number of notes you should play to form a chord
is defined by the Chord Scan Mode parameter
(see "Chord Recognition" on page 252).
UPPER
Chords are detected above the split point. You
must always play three or more notes to let the
arranger recognize a chord.
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