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Korg D1600 Owner's Manual: P2 Midi: Midi Settings; P3 Sync: Synchronization Settings

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Connect the MIDI OUT of your external MIDI
device to the [MIDI IN] connector on the D1600,
and transmit the selected MIDI data from the exter-
nal MIDI device to control the effect.
CC(Control Change) #000...119: MIDI control
change messages can be used to control the effect.
Connect the MIDI OUT of your external MIDI
device to the [MIDI IN] connector on the D1600,
and transmit the selected MIDI control change mes-
sage from the external MIDI device to control the
effect.
4. Ass(CtrlChgAssign) .................... [ExpOff, InsEff1...4]
Select the insertion effect that will be controlled.
The insertion effect that you select here will be con-
trolled by the selected "Device" (P1-3).
ExpOff: The insertion effect will not be controlled.
InsEff1, InsEff2, InsEff3, InsEff4: Insertion effect 1,
2, 3, or 4 will be controlled respectively.
If the effect program that you are using does not
provide control capability, it cannot be controlled.
( p.113–)
5. Fan Control........................... [On, Rec&PlayOff, Off]
Control the operation of the internal fan.
On: The fan will operate constantly.
Rec&PlayOff: The fan will stop during recording
and playback.
Off: The fan will stop.
If the internal temperature rises, the fan will begin
operating automatically even if this setting is "Off."
When the temperature falls to an acceptable level,
the fan will stop automatically.

P2 MIDI: MIDI settings

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On the D1600, you can use MIDI to do the following
things:
• Control effects ( p.47)
• Synchronize with MIDI devices such as sequencers
( p.73)
• Select scenes ( p.41)
• Use control changes to control mixer parameters.
1. GlobalCh(GlobalChannel) ........................... [01...16]
Specify the global MIDI channel.
This setting is required in the following situations.
• When using MIDI messages to control an effect
with a "Device" (P1-3) setting other than "Pedal"
• When using program change messages to trans-
mit/receive scene changes
To allow MIDI messages to be transmitted and
received, connect the external MIDI device to the
D1600 via MIDI, and set the MIDI channel of the
external device to match the "GlobalCh" of the
D1600.
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2. ProgramChange: Trans ...............................[On, Off]
Turn program change message transmission on/off.
Program changes are transmitted when you switch
scenes, or execute a Store or Recall operation.
3. ProgramChange: Recv ................................[On, Off]
Turn program change reception on/off.
When a program change is received, the scene will
change.
4. ControlChange: Trans .................................[On, Off]
Turn control change message transmission on/off.
The corresponding control change message is trans-
mitted when you modify a mixer parameter.
A external sequencer connected via MIDI can
record the control changes transmitted from the
D1600.
5. ControlChange: Recv ..................................[On, Off]
Turn control change reception on/off.
Control change messages that were recorded on an
external MIDI sequencer can be received by the
D1600 to control the corresponding mixer parame-
ters.
For the parameters that can be controlled, refer to
the MIDI implementation chart ( p.142).
P3 Sync: Synchronization settings
By synchronizing the D1600 with an external MIDI
sequencer, you can simultaneously play back tracks of
audio together with your external tone generator.
The action of making the D1600 operate at the same
timing as a MIDI sequencer is called synchronization.
The device transmitting the synchronization clock is
called the master, and the device receiving the synchro-
nization clock is called the slave. The D1600 can oper-
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ate either as the master or slave.
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1. Select MIDISync Mode .............................................
[MTC Mstr, MTC Slave, Clock Mstr, Off]
Select the synchronization messages that will be
transmitted and received from the [MIDI IN/OUT]
connectors.
MTC Mstr: The D1600 will function as the master
device for MTC 30 NDF (MIDI time code 30 non-
drop frame) messages.
MTC Slave: The D1600 will function as the slave
device for MTC 30 NDF (MIDI time code 30 non-
drop frame) messages.
ClockMstr: The D1600 will transmit MIDI Clock
messages.
Off: The D1600 will not transmit or receive synchro-
nization messages.
2. MTC RecvErrorLevel ...................................... [0...10]
Specify the MTC check level used if "SelectMIDI-
SyncMode" is set to "MTC Slave."
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