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Synchronizing two D1600 units
Here's how you can synchronize two D1600 units. One
D1600 will be the master, and the other will be the
slave. Make connections as follows.
MTC
"MTC Mstr"
MMC
"Transmit"
MIDI
OUT
D1600 (Master)
1 Make settings on the master D1600.
In the [SYSTEM] "Sync" tab page, set "Select MIDI
SyncMode" to "MTC Mstr." In the [SYSTEM]
"MMC" tab page, set "Select MMC Mode" to
"Transmit."
For this example, set "MMCDevID" to "10."
2 Make settings on the slave D1600.
In the [SYSTEM] "Sync" tab page, set "Select MIDI
SyncMode" to "MTC Slave." In the [SYSTEM]
"MMC" tab page, set "Select MMC Mode" to
"Receive." For this example, set "MMCDevID" to
"10" (the same as the master).
If you do not want to receive mixer control
data, you can either turn the [SYSTEM]
"MIDI" tab page "Control Change: Trans"
parameter "Off" on the master D1600, or turn
the [SYSTEM] "MIDI" tab page "Control
Change: "Recv" parameter "Off" on the slave
D1600.
3 Press the [PLAY] key on the master D1600.
When the slave D1600 receives time code and
establishes synchronization with the time code of
the master unit, the slave D1600 will begin play-
back.
Several seconds may be required in order for
synchronization to be established.
Using MIDI for mixer control
In the [SYSTEM] "MIDI" tab page you can turn the
"Control Change: Trans" and "Recv" parameters "ON"
so that D1600 mixer parameters can be transmitted and
received.
Recording D1600 mixer control operations
Here's how operations of the D1600 mixer can be
recorded on an external MIDI sequencer. Connect the
D1600 and your MIDI sequencer as follows.
MIDI
MIDI
OUT
IN
D1600
74
MTC
"MTC Slave"
MMC
"Receive"
MIDI
IN
D1600 (Slave)
MIDI
MIDI
OUT
IN
MIDI Sequencer
1 Make synchronization settings for the D1600 and
your external MIDI sequencer.
Set the D1600 as the master and the external MIDI
sequencer as the slave. Make preparations so that
your MIDI sequencer will synchronize to the MIDI
Clock or MTC messages transmitted from the
D1600. ( p.47)
2 Enable control change transmission on the D1600.
In the [SYSTEM] "MIDI" tab page, turn the "Mixer
Control" parameter "Control Change: Trans" to
"ON."
3 Put the external MIDI sequencer in record-ready
mode.
The mixer control data of the D1600 will be trans-
mitted on MIDI channels 1–16 corresponding to
tracks 1–16. Make settings on your external MIDI
sequencer so that MIDI channels 1–16 will be
recorded. (For details refer to the owner's manual
of your MIDI sequencer.)
For the parameters, refer to the MIDI implementa-
tion. To obtain the MIDI implementation, contact
your Korg distributor.
4 Begin recording.
When you press the D1600's [PLAY] key to start
playback, the external MIDI sequencer will begin
recording in synchronization. Now when you oper-
ate the mixer parameters (fader, pan, EQ etc.), the
corresponding control change will be transmitted
from the D1600, and recorded on the external MIDI
sequencer.
5 Stop the D1600.
When you press the D1600's [STOP] key to stop
playback, the external MIDI sequencer will also
stop recording. The mixer operations of the D1600
have been recorded on the external MIDI
sequencer.
Using MIDI to control the D1600 mixer
Here's how the mixer control data recorded in "Record-
ing D1600 mixer control operations" can be transmitted
back to the D1600 to control its mixer. Make the same
connections as in "Controlling the D1600 from a MIDI
sequencer."
1 Make synchronization settings for the D1600 and
the external MIDI sequencer.
Make the settings in step 1 of "Recording D1600
mixer control operations."
2 Enable control change reception on the D1600.
In the [SYSTEM] "MIDI" tab page, turn the "Mixer
Control" parameter "Control Change: Recv" to
"ON."
3 Put the external MIDI sequencer in playback-
ready mode.
4 Begin playback on the D1600.
When you press the D1600's [PLAY] key to begin
playback, the external MIDI sequencer will also
begin playback in synchronization. The previously-
recorded mixer control data will be transmitted
from the MIDI sequencer, causing the D1600 mixer
settings to change.

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