Korg M3 User Manual

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    Editor / Plug-In Editor Manual...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Please note before use ............1 M3 Editor and M3 Plug-In Editor operating requirements ......1 Installation .

  • Page 3: Introduction, Main Features, Please Note Before Use, M3 Editor And M3 Plug-in Editor Operating Requirements

    Mac OS X version 10.3.9 or later Note: It is not possible to run multiple instances of the M3 Editor or M3 Plug-In Editor on the operating system. This means that it is not possible to use these editors to edit more than one...

  • Page 4: Installation, Installation In Windows Xp

    Installation Installation in Windows XP To install the M3 Editor and M3 Plug-In Editor into Windows XP, use the following proce- dure. You must install the KORG USB-MIDI Driver (included) if you want to connect the M3 to your computer via USB and use the M3 Editor or M3 Plug-In Editor. (For details on installing the KORG USB-MIDI Driver, refer to the Operation Guide.)

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    The M3 Editor screen will appear. Click [Next>]. The “Welcome to the M3 Editor setup wizard” screen will appear. Click [Next>]. “M3 Editor information” will appear. Read the displayed content, and click [Next>]. The “License agreement” will appear. Carefully read the contents, and if you agree, check “I accept the terms of the license agreement”...

  • Page 6: Installation In Mac Os X

    Installation in Mac OS X To install the M3 Editor and M3 Plug-In Editor into Mac OS X, use the following procedure. You must install the KORG USB-MIDI Driver (included) if you want to connect the M3 to your computer via USB and use the M3 Editor or M3 Plug-In Editor. (For details on installing the KORG USB-MIDI Driver, refer to the Operation Guide.)

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    A screen where you can choose the “Installation destination” will appear. Choose the installation destination and click [Continue]. The “Easy Installation” dialog box will appear. Click [Install]. Depending on the version of your Mac’s operating system, a confirmation dialog box may appear at this point.

  • Page 8: Setup, Setting Up The M3 Editor

    Setup Setting up the M3 Editor If you want to use the M3 Editor with the M3 connected to your computer via USB, you must make sure that you have finished installing and setting-up the KORG USB-MIDI Driver before you start up the M3 Editor.

  • Page 9: Setting Up The M3 Plug-in Editor

    M3 will output audio signals when the M3 Plug-In Editor sends it MIDI messages. If you want to send the M3’s audio signal to an audio track of your host application and use it in conjunction with a plug-in effect etc., refer to “Using your host application to control the M3’s audio signal”...

  • Page 10: Using An External Mixer To Control The M3's Audio Signal

    Using your host application to control the M3’s audio signal If you want to apply a plug-in effect to the M3’s audio signal, or to control the M3’s audio sig- nal in your host application along with other audio tracks, connect the M3 to your audio interface and route the audio signal into your host application.

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    Create an audio instrument track, and start up “M3 Plug-In Editor.” To route the M3’s audio signal into Logic Pro 7, create an audio track or an audio AUX track. As the I/O source for that track, select the audio interface input to which you’ve connected the M3’s audio signal.

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    VST Instruments window. To route the M3’s audio signal to Cubase SX4, create an audio track. As the input of the track, select the audio interface input to which you’ve connected the M3’s audio signal.

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    Press the arm button so that the MIDI input from the external source will be sent to “M3 Plug-In Editor.” To route the M3’s audio signal to Live 6, create an audio track. As the input of the audio input/output section, select the audio interface input to which you’ve connected the M3’s audio signal.

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    Create a MIDI track. Choose “M3 Plug-In Editor” as the output of that MIDI track. To route the M3’s audio signal to Digital Performer 5, create an audio track or an AUX track. As the input of that track, select the audio interface input to which you’ve connected the M3’s audio signal.

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    Create a MIDI track. Choose “M3 Plug-In Editor” as the output of that MIDI track. To route the M3’s audio signal to Pro Tools LE 7, create an audio track or an AUX input track. As the input, select the audio interface input to which you’ve connected the...

  • Page 16: About Midi Timing

    M3’s audio signal. So that you can hear the M3’s audio signal that is being routed to the audio track, turn the monitor button on for that audio track.

  • Page 17: Basic Functions And Operation, Start-up, M3 Editor, M3 Plug-in Editor

    To shorten the startup time, you can make settings so that this data file is loaded automati- cally when M3 Editor starts up, so that you won’t need to read the data from the M3. Refer to p.27 “Software Setup (Initial settings for M3 Editor).”...

  • Page 18: Items In The Screen

    Here you can select program, combination, sequencer, or global mode. The browser will dis- play the names of the programs, combinations, and songs that are in the M3. UTILITY lets you view and execute the utility commands that are available for the page you’ve selected.

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    Keyboard: This section consists of an 88-note keyboard, a pitch bend wheel, and a modulation wheel. You can click the keyboard to play notes, and even play a glissando by dragging over the key- board to the left or right. Operate the pitch bend wheel and modulation wheel by dragging them upward or downward.

  • Page 20: Operating Procedure, Selecting A Mode, Selecting Programs, Combinations, And Songs

    Click the [PROG] mode button to enter Program mode. Click the [BROWSE] button to view the program list. Click any program to select it. Play the keyboard of the M3 and you will hear that program. When you’ve decided on a program to edit, click the [OK] button to load that...

  • Page 21: Simple Program Editing

    At the right of the control surface sliders, turn on the KARMA button and DRUM button, and play the keyboard or pads on the M3 itself; a performance generated by the KARMA function and the drum track will begin playing. To change the drum pattern that is playing, change the Pattern No.

  • Page 22: Selecting Pages And Tabs, Selecting A Parameter And Editing The Value

    [UTILITY] button and choose a command from the menu that appears. Note: For details on utility commands that are specific to the editor, refer to “Special functions provided on the M3” (☞p.23). From the [UTILITY] button, choose the command that you want to execute.

  • Page 23: Writing (saving)

    If you click the [DUMP] button located in the upper right of each page in Global mode, the current settings will be saved in the M3. (Some pages do not have the [DUMP] button.) As an example, here’s how to write a program that you’ve edited in Program mode.

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    Specify the program name, category, and save destination, and click the [OK] button. If you execute a menu command (such as Swap Oscillator) on the M3 itself, the data in the Editor and the data in the M3 may lose synchronization. In this case, execute a UTILITY menu command (such as Receive Current Combi) in the Editor to receive a data dump for the current data.

  • Page 25: Special Functions Provided On The M3

    The Drum Track is a pattern sequencer dedicated to playing drum patterns. You can use it in any mode: Program, Combination, or Sequencer. In M3 Editor you can turn the drum performance on/off, select drum patterns, select drum programs, and edit...

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    RADIAS (when the EXB-RADIAS is installed) If the EXB-RADIAS option is installed in the M3, you’ll be able to edit RADIAS programs using M3 Editor. Bank INT-F is dedicated to RADIAS programs. You can also assign desired user banks to be dedicated to storing RADIAS programs.

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    In Global mode, you can edit formant motion data for the RADIAS vocoder and save it in the M3’s internal memory. (This cannot be done using the M3 itself.)

  • Page 28: Utility Commands

    Functions specific to the editor These are functions that are not found on the M3, and are available only from the editor (M3 Editor, M3 Plug-In Editor). Utility commands Load Loads editor data that was previously saved on the computer.

  • Page 29: Preferences

    Transmit Current Combi/Current Prog/1 SEQ Transmit the respective data from the editor to the M3. This operation does not write the data into the M3's internal memory. You'll need to write (save) it if necessary. Note: These Receive and Transmit commands use KORG SysEx MIDI Dump to send or receive data, or to synchronize the data between the M3 and the software.

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    Note: The Total Recall & Data Sync Setting function is available only with M3 Plug-In Editor. Load data file automatically When M3 Editor starts up, the data file you specify here will automatically be loaded into the editor. After this process is completed, the data you checked in Total Recall & Data Sync Set- ting will be loaded via data dump.

  • Page 31: Caution Regarding Usb Connection

    • If you’re using a USB hub, try connecting the M3 directly to a USB port on the computer itself to see whether it will work. You can also try removing all other connected USB devices except for the M3 itself.

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