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Korg N264 - 76 User Manual

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N264 - 76 Key Music Workstation
How can I create my own Combinations?
How can I change the tempo in the middle of the song?
What are the bank change values?
Can I route sounds to the Individual outputs?

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    N264 - 76 Key Music Workstation How can I create my own Combinations? How can I change the tempo in the middle of the song? What are the bank change values? Can I route sounds to the Individual outputs?

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    Basics of Combination Writing for N364/N264, X3/X2/X3R As there are potentially limitless possibilities when writing a Combination, the intent of this document is not to serve as a step by step, but rather to familiarize the user with the tools used in creating typical Combination setups.

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    Timbre to play only on the first two octaves. You'd set the Key Window Bottom to C2, and the Key Window Top to C4. Now, the first Timbre will only play on C2, C4 and the key span in between… Setting Timbre two's Key Window Bottom to D4 and Top to C7 will cover the rest of the keyboard with another sound.

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    Bass (First Timbre A06) Key Window Top C4 Key Window Btm C2 1. Press the "4" button on the left-hand side of the keyboard. (It's also marked "Attack Gate"). This will bring you screen 4A - "KW TOP" - This is the Key Window Top page. Here, you can see the Key Window Top for the first four Timbres.

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    Creating a Tempo Change - N364/N264, X3/X2 To change the tempo in the middle of a song: 1. Press the SEQ button to enter the Sequencer mode. 2. Press the EDIT button to enter the Sequencer Edit mode. 3. Press the CHANNEL button (Marked in green on the left side of the keyboard). 4.

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    Bank Change Messages For Korg Products Most sequencers have an event edit mode, which allows inputting controller messages. Bank change messages require these events: Beat one, tick one: Controller 0 with its value - Beat one, tick two: Controller 32 with its value - Beat one, tick three: Program change. Make sure that Program Change and Exclusive filters are set to enable (ENA) to receive these commands.

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    BANK EXB-A Message Value Bank Map (GM) (Korg) Controller 0 Controller 32 Program Change 0-127 0-127 BANK EXB-D Message Value Bank Map (GM) (Korg) Controller 0 Controller 32 Program Change 0-127 0-127 BANK EXB-G Message Value Bank Map (GM) (Korg)

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    BANK F Message Value Controller 0 Controller 32 Program Change 0-63 (Numbers: 0-63 = F11-F88) N5EX/N1/N1R/NS5R/NX5R Bank Changes Bank Bank Select Name (MSB:LSB) GM-a 00:00(GS/XG) 00:01(GS) r:01 01:xx r:02 02:xx r:03 03:xx r:04 04:xx r:05 05:xx r:06 06:xx r:07 07:xx r:08 08:xx r:09...

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    N5EX/N1/N1R/NS5R/NX5R Drum Banks yDr2' Bank (Bank MSB=127) Drum Kit List (Drum Bank) Program No. Drum Kit Name (PC# xxh) 1 (00h) Standard 2 (01h) Standard 9 (08h) Room 17 (10h) Rock 25 (18h) Electro 26 (19h) Analog 33 (20h) Jazz 41 (28h) Brush 49 (30h)

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    Output Routing in the Sequencer: N364/ N264 and X Series Before you can actually reroute the tracks to the 3 1. Press the SEQ button to enter the Sequencer mode. 2. Press the EDIT button to enter the Sequencer Edit mode. 3.

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