Korg M3 Owner's Manual

Synthesizer/vocoder option board for m3 music workstation/sampler.
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  • Page 2: About This Manual

    EXB-RADIAS synthesizer board is installed in the M3 music workstation/sampler. For details about basic operation of the M3 and on the functions and parameters not related to the EXB-RADIAS, refer to the M3 operation guide and parameter guide.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Introduction ...1 Overview ... 1 Program structure ... 1 Synth programs ...1 Vocoder program ...3 Combination structure ... 4 Song structure (Sequencer mode) ... 4 Quick Start ...5 Selecting and playing programs ... 5 Synth programs ... 5 Selecting and playing ...5 Using controllers to vary the sound ...5 Vocoder programs ...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Editing a vocoder program... 13 Vocoder on/off ... 13 Carrier Input ... 13 Modulator, Out Mix (modulator and vocoder output settings) ... 13 Filter settings ... 13 Formant Motion function ... 14 Creating your own program... 15 Saving a program...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    PROG P2: OSC/Pitch ... 30 2–1: OSC Basic ... 30 2–1a: OSC1 ... 30 2–1b: OSC2 ... 32 2–1c: Mixer ... 33 2–2: OSC1 Pitch ... 33 2–2a: Pitch ... 33 2–2b: Portamento ... 33 PROG P3: Filter ... 34 3–1: Filter ...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Combination mode ... 47 Combi Page Select ... 47 COMBI P0: Play ... 47 0–1: Program T01–08, 0–2: Program T09–16... 47 0–3: Mixer T01–08, 0–4: Mixer T09–16 ... 47 0–5: KARMA GE... 48 0–6: KARMA RTC ... 48 0–7: Sampling/Audio In ...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Sequencer mode ... 57 SEQ Page Select ... 57 SEQ P0: Play ... 58 SEQ P0–1: Play/REC ... 58 SEQ P0–2: Play/REC ... 58 0–2–1: KARMA GE... 58 0–2–2: KARMA RTC... 58 0–2–8: Control Surface ... 58 Tone Adjust... 59 0–2–8f: Tone Adjust ...

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Menu Command ... 64 Copy from Program ... 64 Write Formant Motion Data ... 64 Copy Vocoder ... 64 Global mode ... 65 Menu Command ... 65 Load Preload/Demo Data ... 65 Set Program User-Bank Type ... 66 Media mode ...

  • Page 9: Introduction, Overview, Program Structure, Synth Programs

    Overview The EXB-RADIAS is a synthesizer/vocoder option board that uses Korg MMT (Multiple Modeling Technology) to provide a wide range of tonal variety and 24 voices of polyphony. When the EXB-RADIAS is installed, you’ll be able to use 128 RADIAS programs in program bank INT-F. You’ll also be able to save original RADIAS programs you’ve created in...

  • Page 10

    Introduction adding breath noise for a wind instrument sound, or as part of a special effect sound. Mixer (MIXER) The mixer adjusts the volume levels of oscillator 1 (OSC1), oscillator 2 (OSC2), and the noise generator (NOISE), and sends the combined signal to the filter (FILTER). Filter (FILTER A, FILTER B) The filter section consists of two multi-mode, resonant filters.

  • Page 11: Vocoder Program

    Vocoder program A vocoder applies the spectral character of the “modulator” (e.g., a signal received from the AUDIO INPUT 2 jack) to the “carrier” (e.g., a signal received from the AUDIO INPUT 1 jack). The most popular way to use this is to input your voice from a mic connected to the AUDIO INPUT 2 jack, creating the impression that an instrumental sound is “talking.”...

  • Page 12: Combination Structure, Song Structure (sequencer Mode)

    Introduction Combination structure You can combine RADIAS programs and EDS programs to create more complex sounds. RADIAS programs can be used in four timbres simultaneously. The structure of a combination and the functionality in Combination mode is the same as for combinations that use EDS programs.

  • Page 13: Quick Start, Selecting And Playing Programs, Synth Programs, Selecting And Playing

    There are also other ways to select programs, such as by category. For more about other ways to select programs, please see “Selecting Programs” on page 37 of the M3 operation guide. Using controllers to vary the sound 1. Numerous controllers are located in the left side of the M3’s front panel.

  • Page 14: Vocoder Programs, Selecting And Playing, Using Controllers To Vary The Sound

    Quick Start Vocoder programs Let’s select a vocoder program and try out the vocoder function. You’ll need to connect a mic to the AUDIO INPUT 2 jack. Before you connect the mic, set the AUDIO INPUT LEVEL knob to MIN. Selecting and playing 1.

  • Page 15: Operation, Editing A Program, Basic Settings For The Program, Voice Assign Mode, Oscillators

    Editing a program In the PROG P0: Play page, you can select and play RADIAS programs, use the control surface to perform quick editing, and adjust the KARMA settings in the same way as for EDS programs. In other pages, you can make more detailed edits to the sound.

  • Page 16: Filter, Filter Routing, Filter A, Filter B (filter Settings)

    Operation OSC2 (Oscillator 2) 1. Use the “Waveform” to select the waveform of oscillator 2. You can choose one of four different waveforms. The most common way to use this is to select the same waveform as oscillator 1, and change its pitch slightly to create a rich sound.

  • Page 17: Drive/wave Shape, Amp Level

    direction (i.e., if the filter type is LPF, the sound will become darker). Note: EG1 envelope settings are made in the PROG P5: EG/ LFO/SEQ page. (☞p.38“5–1: EG1 (Filter), 5–2: EG2 (Amp), 5–3: EG3”) 5. Use “Keyboard Track” to specify how keyboard tracking (the keyboard position on which you play) will affect the cutoff frequency.

  • Page 18: Eg (envelope Generator), Envelope Settings, Eg Level/time Modulation

    Operation EG (Envelope Generator) An EG (envelope generator) applies time-varying change to a parameter of the sound. EG1 is assigned as the envelope source for filter cutoff frequency, and EG2 is assigned as the envelope source for the amp volume. You can also use a virtual patch to assign an EG as an envelope source for another parameter.

  • Page 19: Lfo Waveform, Midi/tempo Sync, Virtual Patch, Virtual Patch Settings, Controlling Volume, Controlling Pan, Controlling filter

    These are the parameters for the LFOs (Low Frequency Oscillators). An LFO can apply cyclic change to the sound. LFO1 is internally connected as the modulation source for oscillator 1 waveform. LFO2 is internally connected as the modulation source for the oscillator pitch modulation controlled by the joy-stick.

  • Page 20: Modulation Sequencers, Seq Common, Editing The Steps

    Operation Modulation Sequencers The Modulation Sequencers let you apply time-varying change to sound parameters in a way similar to analog sequencers of the past. A modulation sequencer stores a discreet value for each of sixteen individual steps, and consecutively applies these values to vary the sound over time.

  • Page 21: Editing A Vocoder Program, Vocoder On/off, Carrier Input

    Editing a vocoder program Here’s how to make settings for the vocoder’s carrier, modulator, and output. These settings are made in the PROG P6-1: Carrier/ Modulator page. Vocoder on/off 1. Use “Vocoder” to turn the vocoder on/off. If this is on (checked), the vocoder will be on.

  • Page 22: Formant Motion Function

    Operation Formant Motion function The formant motion function lets you use data such as a previously-recorded voice as the input to the modulator, causing the vocoder to produce sound. This lets you play the vocoder without having to vocalize into the mic. The EXB-RADIAS contains preloaded data for sixteen formant motions.

  • Page 23: Creating Your Own Program, Saving A Program

    Type.” For more information, please see “Set Program User- Bank Type” on page 66. The save procedure is the same as for EDS programs. For more information, please see “Saving your edits” on page 50 of the M3 operation guide.

  • Page 24: Editing A Combination (combination Mode), Timbre Settings

    Operation Editing a combination (Combination mode) You can use RADIAS programs in the timbres of a combination, and create combinations that use them together with the programs of banks INT-A–E, INT-G, and USER-A–G. Up to four RADIAS programs can be used in one combination.

  • Page 25: Editing A Song (sequencer Mode), Midi Track Settings

    Editing a song (Sequencer mode) MIDI track settings Editing a song (Sequencer mode) You can use RADIAS programs in MIDI tracks of a song. As for a combination, up to four RADIAS programs can be used in one song. The maximum polyphony of the RADIAS programs will be 24 voices.

  • Page 26: Restoring The Factory Settings (global Mode), Restoring The Radias Program Data To The Factory-set State

    “Memory Protected” will appear, and the data will not be loaded. When you load a data, the data in the M3’s internal memory will be overwritten. If you want to keep the data that is currently in internal memory, use “Save All”...

  • Page 27: Parameter Guide, Program Mode, Page Select, Prog P0: Play, Main, Karma Ge, Karma Rtc

    Parameter guide Program mode Page Select For details on how to select each page, refer to the “M3 operation guide.” Page Main content Select and play RADIAS programs.Simple KARMA editing. Audio input settings and resampling P0: Play settings. Editing from the control surface.

  • Page 28: Sampling/audio In, Control Surface, C: Radias Play/mute

    For control surface functionality other than MIXER (OSC Mix) and TONE ADJUST, please see “0–8: Control Surface” on page 20 of the M3 parameter guide. OSC Mix In OSC Mix you can switch the Play/Mute and Solo On/Off status of the RADIAS oscillators and the drum track.

  • Page 29: D: Radias Volume, Tone Adjust, G: Tone Adjust

    SysEx” on page 21 of the M3 parameter guide. Interaction between Tone Adjust and MIDI CCs For more information, please see “Interaction between Tone Adjust and MIDI CCs” on page 21 of the M3 parameter guide. 0–8g: Tone Adjust Selected parameter information Switches 1...8...

  • Page 30: Common Tone Adjust Parameters

    Parameter guide Common Tone Adjust Parameters Unless otherwise noted, all of the Common Tone Adjust parameters are Relative. Note: In the list below, the items in parentheses are (value, edit type) respectively. Off. This means that the Tone Adjust control has no effect. Filter Cutoff.

  • Page 31: Radias Tone Adjust Parameters

    RADIAS Tone Adjust Parameters OSC1 Waveform (Saw/Square/Tri/Sine/Formant/Noise/ DWGS/AudioIn, Absolute): Selects the waveform for oscillator 1. OSC1 Mod (Waveform/Cross/Unison/VPM, Absolute): Selects the modulation type for oscillator 1. OSC1 Control1 (000…127/–63…+63, Absolute): Controls a parameter appropriate for the modulation type of oscillator 1. Waveform Modulation (000…127): Controls the oscillator 1 waveform when OSC1 Mod is Waveform.

  • Page 32: Tone Adjust Default Settings

    You can also customize the layout for individual sounds, if desired. For more information about Tone Adjust, please see “0–8g: Tone Adjust” on page 21 of the M3 parameter guide. RADIAS Tone Adjust parameters The EXB-RADIAS supports all of the Common Tone Adjust parameters, as described under “Common Tone Adjust...

  • Page 33: Prog P1: Basic/dt/ctrls, Program Basic, A: Voice Assign Mode, B: Scale

    PROG P1: Basic/DT/Ctrls Here you can make basic settings for RADIAS program. Here you can: • Select the voice assign mode. • Specify unison and detune. • Select the basic scale for the program. • Select an audio input source for the vocoder or the RADIAS oscillator.

  • Page 34: C: Audioin (osc&vocoder) Source

    Parameter guide User Octave Scale: The scale you created in the User Octave Scale (Global P3: 3–1a). Key (Scale Key) Selects the key of the specified scale. This setting does not apply to the Equal Temperament scale. If you’re using a scale other than Equal Temperament, the combination of the selected scale and the Key setting may skew the tuning of the note.

  • Page 35

    RADIAS program Audio In (OSC&Vocoder) Source AUX Bus = 1/2 Level Analog Input 1/2 Level S/P DIF L/R Level FireWire L/R Drum Track (EDS) Bus = L/R or IFX1-5 PROG P1: Basic/DT/Ctrls 1–1: Program Basic Audio Inputs (Send to RADIAS) AUX Bus (Send to RADIAS) Insert...

  • Page 36: Virtual Patch, A: Virtual Patch

    Parameter guide 1–2: Virtual Patch These are the parameters for the Virtual Patch function. Virtual Patch is a function that lets you assign modulation sources such as EG or LFO to a variety of parameters. For each program you can create up to eight of these combinations.

  • Page 37: Drumtrk Pattern (drum Track Pattern), Drumtrk Program(drum Track Program), X–y Setup, Controllers Setup

    For details on the available parameters and menu commands, please see “1–3: DrumTrk Pattern (DrumTrack Pattern)” on page 28 of the M3 parameter guide. 1–4: DrumTrk Program (Drum Track Program) Here you can select the drum program that will be used by the drum track.

  • Page 38: Prog P2: Osc/pitch, Osc Basic, A: Osc1

    Parameter guide PROG P2: OSC/Pitch These pages control the first and most basic elements of RADIAS program’s sounds: the waveform that the oscillators play, the pitch, and output level at which it plays them. For instance, you can: • Select the oscillator 1 waveform and modulation type, and specify waveform parameters according to the modulation type.

  • Page 39

    VPM (Variable Phase modulation): VPM (Variable Phase Modulation) uses a sine wave at a harmonic (integer) multiple of the oscillator 1 fundamental to modulate the phase of oscillator 1, producing metallic-sounding overtones. In contrast to Cross Modulation which produces sounds that have a modulating character in the waveform, VPM uses a sine wave at a harmonic multiple of oscillator 1 to modulate the phase of oscillator 1, meaning that the waveform will remain static while overtones are added.

  • Page 40: B: Osc2

    Parameter guide Control2: Formant Offset Moves the entire formant frequency spectrum upward or downward. This is equivalent to changing the size of your mouth. A setting of 0 produces the standard formant locations. When Waveform: Noise Control1: Resonance Adjusts the amount of resonance for the filter provided within the noise oscillator.

  • Page 41: C: Mixer, Osc1 Pitch, A: Pitch, B: Portamento

    RingSync: This applies Ring and Sync modulation simultaneously. OSC2 Wave Sync OSC1 Wave Semitone Specifies the amount of detuning relative to oscillator 1 in semitone steps. Values of ±12 produce a pitch difference of one octave, and values of ±24 produce a pitch difference of two octaves.

  • Page 42: Prog P3: Filter, Filter, A: Filter Routing, B: Filter A

    Parameter guide PROG P3: Filter Here you can make the basic settings for RADIAS oscillator’s Filter A and Filter B. Here you can: • Specify the filter routing, select the filter type, and set the cutoff frequency and resonance. • Specify filter modulation by keyboard tracking, velocity, and EG1.

  • Page 43: C: Filter B

    High Pass (–12dB/oct) THRU: The sound will output directly, without passing through the filter. Frequency (Cutoff Frequency) Specifies the cutoff frequency. Higher settings will raise the cutoff frequency. Note: Frequency can be modified by the time-varying changes produced by EG1, position of the notes on the keyboard (keyboard tracking), or keyboard dynamics (velocity).

  • Page 44: Prog P4: Amp/eq, Amp/waveshape/driver, A: Driver/wave Shape

    Parameter guide PROG P4: Amp/EQ This page controls the settings for the Drive/Wave Shape, Amp, 3 band EQ section. Here, you can: • Specify drive or wave shaping. • Specify the amp volume level and keyboard tracking. • Specify the pan (stereo position). •...

  • Page 45: B: Amp Level, C: Pan

    R127 to the far right. 4–8: EQ Here you can make the Mid sweep EQ settings. For details on the available parameters and menu commands, please see “4–8: EQ” on page 65 of the M3 parameter guide. [000...127] [000…127] [–63…+63]...

  • Page 46: Prog P5: Eg/lfo/mseq, Eg1 (filter), 5–2: Eg2 (amp), 5–3: Eg3, A: Envelope

    Parameter guide PROG P5: EG/LFO/MSEQ These parameters let you make EG (Envelope Generator) settings to produce time-varying change in the oscillator pitch, filter, and amp, make LFO settings to produce cyclic changes in the sound, and make settings for the modulation sequencer which applies time-varying change to sound parameters in ways typical of analog sequencers of the past.

  • Page 47: Lfo1, 5–5: Lfo2, A: Lfo 1, Lfo2

    5–4: LFO1, 5–5: LFO2 Here you can make settings for the LFO (Low Frequency Oscillator). LFO1 is internally connected as the oscillator 1 Control 1 modulation source. LFO2 is internally connected as the modulation source for the oscillator pitch controlled by the joystick +Y axis (or MIDI control change message CC#01 received from a connected external MIDI device) Here you can:...

  • Page 48: B: Frequency Midi/tempo Sync, Mseq1, 5–7: Mseq2, 5–8: Msesq3, A: Seq Common

    Parameter guide 1st Note: The phase of the LFO will be reset at the first note- on that occurs when no other keys are being pressed, and will continue to affect all the notes played by that timbre in the same way, until once again no keys are being held down. Note on Note all off Each Note: The phase of the LFO will be reset for each...

  • Page 49: B: Seq1, Seq2, Seq3, Menu Command

    Run Mode Specifies the loop setting for playback. One Shot: The sequence will play for only one cycle, and will maintain the value of the last step. Loop: The sequence will play as a loop, using the sequence type specified by Seq Type. Key Sync.

  • Page 50: Prog P6: Vocoder, Carrier/modulator, A: Vocoder On/off, Formant Motion Rec On/off, B: Carrier Input

    Parameter guide PROG P6: Vocoder The EXB-RADIAS features a sophisticated vocoder that can be used not just to simulate the classic vocoder sounds of the past, but also to take advantage of advanced possibilities such as shifting the filter frequencies of each band or adjusting their level and panning to create new and original vocoder sounds.

  • Page 51: D: Out Mix, Menu Command

    AUX Send L+R: The mono-mixed signal of AUX buses 1+2 or 3+4 specified by Audio Inputs (Send to RADIAS). AUX Send L: The signal of AUX bus 1 or 3. AUX Send R: The signal of AUX bus 2 or 4. Gate S7ens (Gate Sensitivity) Specifies how fast the gate will respond to the input source.

  • Page 52: Vocoder, A: Filter, B: Band1–16: Pan And Level, Menu Command

    Parameter guide 6–2: Vocoder Here you can edit the parameters for all the band pass filters of the carrier, and the envelope follower of the modulator. 6–2a 6–2c 6–2a: Filter Formant Shift Shifts the cutoff frequencies of each of the carrier’s band pass filters.

  • Page 53: Prog P7: Karma, Prog P8: Ifx, Prog P9: Mfx/tfx, Menu Command, Initialize Mod Seq

    You can use insert effects for RADIAS programs in the same way as for EDS programs. For details on the available parameters and menu commands, please see “PROG P8: IFX” on page 45 of the M3 parameter guide. PROG P9: MFX/TFX Here you can make settings for the master effects and total effects.

  • Page 54: Copy Mod Seq, Write Formant Motion Data, Copy Vocoder

    Parameter guide Copy MOD SEQ This command copies modulation sequence settings from another RADIAS program to the currently selected RADIAS program. 1. Choose “Copy MOD SEQ” to access the dialog box. 2. Use the “Program” field to choose the copy-source program and modulation sequence.

  • Page 55: Combination Mode, Combi Page Select, Combi P0: Play, Program T01–08, 0–2: Program T09–16

    Combination mode Combi Page Select For details on how to select each page, refer to the “M3 operation guide.” Page Main content Select and play combinations. Program selection for each timbre. Pan and volume settings etc. for each timbre. Simple KARMA editing.

  • Page 56: Karma Ge, Karma Rtc, Sampling/audio In, Control Surface

    As in Program mode, sampling in Combination mode allows you to sample an incoming audio signal or to sample a M3 performance. The M3 can also be used as a 4-in 6-out effect processor. For details on the available parameters and menu commands, please see “0–7: Sampling/Audio In”...

  • Page 57: Tone Adjust, G: Tone Adjust, Combi P1: Dt/x–y/ctrls

    Tone Adjust 0–8g: Tone Adjust For details on the Tone Adjust function, refer to “M3 parameter guide.” Common Tone Adjust Parameters These are the same as the Common Tone Adjust Parameters in Program mode. For more information, please see “Common Tone Adjust Parameters”...

  • Page 58: Combi P2: Eq / Option, Eq Trim T01–08, 2–2: Eq Trim T09–16

    Here you can adjust the volume level going into the EQ. For details on the available parameters and menu commands, please see “2–1: EQ Trim T01–08, 2–2: EQ Trim T09–16” on page 147 of the M3 parameter guide. 2–3: EQ Gain T01–08, 2–4: EQ Gain T09–16 Here you can make the Mid sweep EQ settings for Timbres 1–16.

  • Page 59

    Combination Audio In (OSC&Vocoder) Source An example of using the AUX bus to input an EDS program into the RADIAS vocoder: • The RADIAS program of timbre 1 is input to the carrier of the vocoder. • The EDS program of timbre 2 is sent via the AUX bus to the carrier of the vocoder. •...

  • Page 60: Radias Vocoder1, A: Vocoder On/off, Formant Motion Rec On/off, B: Carrier Input, C: Modulator

    2–7: RADIAS Vocoder1 Here you can make vocoder-related settings for the combination. Only one instance of the vocoder function can be used in each combination. It can be used on only one timbre. Even if you’ve selected a RADIAS vocoder program in four timbres, it is not the case that all four vocoders will operate.

  • Page 61: Radias Vocoder2, A: Filter, B: Band1–16: Pan And Level, Menu Command

    2–8: RADIAS Vocoder2 2–8a 2–8b 2–8a: Filter Formant Shift Resonance Env. Follower Sens (Envelope Follower Sensitivity) Frequency Offset Mod Source (Fc Modulation Source) [EG1…X–Y –Y Mod:#88] Mod Intensity (Fc Modulation Intensity) For details on these parameters, please see “6–2a: Filter” on page 44.

  • Page 62: Combi P3: Timbre Parameters, Midi T01–08, 3–2: Midi T09–16, Osc T01–08, 3–4: Osc T09–16

    Here you can make MIDI settings for each timbre 1–16. For details on the available parameters and menu commands, please see “3–1: MIDI T01–08, 3–2: MIDI T09– 16” on page 149 of the M3 parameter guide. 3–3: OSC T01–08, 3–4: OSC T09–16 These settings specify how each timbre will be played.

  • Page 63: Other T01-08, 3–8: Other T09-16, C: Karma/scale, Combi P4: Zone/delay, Combi P5: Midi Filter

    Values below -50 are treated as -50, and values above +50 are treated as +50. For more information, please see “Detune (Use BPM Adjust in Menu)” on page 151 of the M3 parameter guide. Bend Range [PRG, –24...+00...+24] Specifies the amount of pitch change that will occur when the pitch bender is operated, in semitone units.

  • Page 64: Menu Command, Copy From Program, Write Formant Motion Data, Copy Vocoder

    The menu commands explained here are the commands that are displayed and available if the EXB-RADIAS option is installed. For details on other commands, refer to the “M3 parameter guide.” Copy from Program This command copies settings from a specified program to the currently selected combination.

  • Page 65: Sequencer Mode, Seq Page Select

    Sequencer mode For details on how to select each page, refer to the “M3 operation guide.” SEQ Page Select Page Main content Song selection, playback, and recording. Program selection for each track. Pan and volume settings etc. for each track.

  • Page 66: Seq P0: Play, Seq P0–1: Play/rec, Seq P0–2: Play/rec, Karma Ge, Karma Rtc, Control Surface

    In Sequencer mode, you can use four RADIAS programs. For details on selecting a song, selecting the program used by each track, and the editable parameters and the display, please see “SEQ P0–1: Play/REC” on page 195 of the M3 parameter guide. R (EXB-RADIAS) MIDI tracks for which a RADIAS program can be used are indicated by “...

  • Page 67: F: Tone Adjust, Tone Adjust, Seq P1: Dt/x–y/ctrls

    You can freely change back and forth between the different functions, without losing any of your edits. Tone Adjust 0–2–8f: Tone Adjust For details on the Tone Adjust function, refer to “M3 parameter guide.” Common Tone Adjust Parameters These are the same as the Common Tone Adjust Parameters in Program mode.

  • Page 68: Seq P2: Eq/option, Eq Trim T01–08, 2–2: Eq Trim T09–16

    Here you can adjust the volume level going into the EQ. For details on the available parameters and menu commands, please see “2–1: Trim T01–08, 2–2: Trim T09–16” on page 224 of the M3 parameter guide. 2–3: EQ Gain T01–08, 2–4: EQ Gain T09–16 Here you can make the Mid sweep EQ settings for MIDI tracks 1–16.

  • Page 69: C: Modulator, D: Out Mix, Menu Command, Radias Vocoder2, A: Filter

    2–7c: Modulator Modulator (Modulator Select) [Audio, Formant Motion] Source (Audio Source) [Audio In2, AUX Send L+R, AUX Send L, AUX Send Gate Sens (Gate Sensitivity) Threshold Select (Formant Motion Select) [Formant Motion 00…Formant Motion 16] Play Mode (Formant Motion Play Mode) [Free Run, Trigger Reset] For details on these parameters, please see “6–1c: Modulator”...

  • Page 70: Seq P3: Track Parameters, Midi T01–08, 3–2: Midi T09–16, Osc T01–08, 3–4: Osc T09–16

    +50 are treated as +50. [PRG, Off, 001...127] For more information, please see “Detune (Use BPM Adjust in Menu)” on page 228 of the M3 parameter guide. Bend Range Specifies the amount of pitch change that will occur when the pitch bender is operated, in semitone units.

  • Page 71: Other T01–08, 3–8: Other T09–16, A: Karma/scale, Seq P4: Zone/delay, Seq P5: Midi Filter

    Random For details on the available parameters and menu commands, please see “3–7: Other T01–08, 3–8: Other T09– 16” on page 229 of the M3 parameter guide. SEQ P4: Zone/Delay 3–7: Other T01–08, 3–8: Other T09–16 SEQ P4: Zone/Delay Here you can specify the key range and velocity range for which MIDI tracks 1–16 will sound, and specify the delay...

  • Page 72: Seq P10: Pattern/rppr, Seq P11: Cue List, Menu Command, Copy From Program

    The menu commands explained here are the commands that are displayed and available if the EXB-RADIAS option is installed. For details on other commands, refer to the “M3 parameter guide.” Copy from Program This command copies settings from a specified program to the currently selected song.

  • Page 73: Global Mode, Menu Command, Load Preload/demo Data

    Here we will explain only the menu commands “Load Preload/Demo Data” and “Set Program User-Bank Type.” For details on the other parameters and menu commands, refer to “Global mode” in the M3 parameter guide. (☞M3 parameter guide p.355) Menu Command...

  • Page 74: Set Program User-bank Type

    As an example, here’s how to set the USER-F bank type to RADIAS. Before you execute, uncheck Program in Memory Protect (☞M3 parameter guide p.359). If you execute with this item still checked, a message of “Memory Protected” will appear, and the data will not be loaded.

  • Page 75: Media Mode, Menu Command, Load Selected

    Here we will explain only the menu commands “Load RADIAS Formant Motions” and “Load a RADIAS Formant Motion.” For details on the other parameters and menu commands, refer to “Media mode” in the M3 parameter guide. (☞M3 parameter guide p.389) Menu Command Load selected 11) Load RADIAS Formant Motions All formant motion data from a .PCG file will be loaded.

  • Page 77: Appendices

    Sound generator Vocoder section Program Structure Combination, Sequencer The M3’s effects, X–Y control, KARMA, drum track, and controllers etc. can be used in the same way as for the EDS system. Audio input Audio input AUX bus Included items Owner’s manual, screws Appearance and specifications of this product are subject to change without notice.

  • Page 78

    Please also retain your receipt as proof of purchase otherwise your product may be disqualified from the manufacturer’s or distributor’s warranty. 4015-2 Yanokuchi, Inagi-city, Tokyo 206-0812 Japan  2007 KORG INC.

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