Korg microX Operation Manual: Control Via Midi; Layers, Splits, And Velocity Switches; Effects; Saving Your Edits

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Layers, Splits, and Velocity
You can use keyboard regions and velocity to
switch between different tracks in a combination,
just as you can in a combination. For more details,
see "Layers, Splits, and Velocity switches"
Effects are covered in their own section of the
manuals, so we won't go into too much detail
here. (☞p.79)
Insert Effect
You can make settings for the insert effect in the
MULTI 8: InsertFX page.
The output of each track can be sent to the insert
effect. You can use any type of effects, from distor-
tions and compressors to choruses and reverbs.
The Insert Effect can be routed to the main out-
puts, or to any of the individual outputs. (☞p.84)
Master Effects
You can make master effect settings in the MULTI
9: MasterFX page.
There are two Master Effects, which are accessed
through Sends 1 and 2. These are best-suited to
effects such as reverbs and delays, but you can use
them with any type of effect. (☞p.85)
Master EQ
You can make master EQ settings in the MULTI 9:
MasterFX page.
The master EQ is located immediately before the
(MAIN OUTPUT) L/MONO and R outputs. Use it
to adjust the overall tone. (☞p.85)
Layers, Splits, and Velocity Switches
Saving your edits
Once you've tweaked the sound to perfection,
you'll want to save your work. To save your edits:
1. Press the [UTILITY] button to access the utility
2. Use the ClickPoint to select "Write Multi," and
then press the ClickPoint center.
The Write Multi dialog box will appear.
Note: If the display indicates "Memory
Protected," the multi set memory protect is
turned on. Go to GLOBAL 0: System,
Preference page, and uncheck the Memory
Protect "Multi" setting. (☞p.88)
3. Optionally, you can also select a new location,
or change the Multi set's name or category.
• If you want to change the name, use the Click-
Point to select the text button (
press the ClickPoint center to open the text edit
dialog box.
You can give the Multi set a descriptive name
using the on-screen keyboard. (☞p.114)
After entering the name, press [MENU/OK]
The text edit window will disappear, returning
you to the main Write dialog.
4. In the Write Multi dialog box, press the
[MENU/OK] button to write (save) the
5. A message will ask you for confirmation. If you
are sure you want to write the program, press
the [MENU/OK] button once again.
The multi will be written (saved).

Control via MIDI

Multi mode enables the microX to function as a
MIDI tone generator that is controlled from the
connected computer to play ensemble music con-
sisting of multiple instrument parts. This mode
also permits you to use the microX as a GM tone
Parameters and performance data
A multi set consists of tracks 1–16, parameters
such as the multi set name, effect and arpeggiator
parameters, and a tempo setting.
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