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Korg R3 Owner's Manual: Modulation Sequence; Playing Back A Modulation Sequence; Recording A Modulation Sequence

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1. Playing back a modulation sequence

Timbre 1 and timbre 2 provide a "modulation sequence" that can record
movement of parameters over time. Let's use a preset program to hear
what a modulation sequence can sound like.
Select a synth program.
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You can use the modulation sequence with a synth program, but let's
select synth program "K–5 RezoBeat" for this example.
The modulation sequence will begin playing when you play the key-
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board; listen to the result.
Turn the modulation sequencer off by pressing the MOD SEQ [ON/
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OFF] button (the button will go dark).
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Modulation Sequence

2. Recording a modulation sequence

Let's try recording a modulation sequence.
Recording in Play mode
In Play mode you can record the movement of one of the four Perfor-
mance Edit knobs.
Select a synth program.
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Select a timbre by pressing either the [TIMBRE1] or [TIMBRE2] but-
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ton. The button for the selected timbre will blink.
Turn the modulation sequencer on by pressing the MOD SEQ [ON/
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OFF] button. The button will light.
Press the MOD SEQ [REC] button to arm the modulation sequencer
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for recording.
While holding down notes on the keyboard, turn the knob that con-
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trols the parameter you want to change (one knob; [1], [2], [3], or [4]).
Recording will begin the moment you turn the knob. When you've
reached the last step, the [REC] button will go dark and recording will
end.
When you play the keyboard, the modulation sequence will begin play-
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ing back and will then continue to loop. Listen to the result.
The modulation sequencer will record onkè the movement of the
knob that initiated recording. Even if you move other knobs after
recording has begun, their movements will not be recorded.
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