AUDIO IN 2
A Synth program can use an audio signal from an
external device connected here as the oscillator 1
A Vocoder program uses this input signal as the
external carrier for the vocoder.
VOLUME 2 knob
Connect a synthesizer
Adjusts the input level
or audio device here.
from the LINE jack.
Switches the power on/off. ( p.6)
AC adaptor jack
Connect the included AC adaptor to
this jack. After connecting the AC
adaptor to the microKORG, plug it
into an AC outlet.
Front and rear panel
AUDIO IN 1
A Synth program can use an audio signal from a synthesizer or external device
connected here as the oscillator 1 waveform.
A Vocoder program can use an audio signal from a mic etc. connected here as the
If a mic is connected to the DYNAMIC
or CONDENSER jack, set this switch to
the MIC position. If an external
sequencer or audio device is connected,
set this switch to the LINE position.
VOLUME 1 knob
Adjusts the input level from the
DYNAMIC or CONDENSER jack.
Use these connectors to connect the microKORG to an external MIDI
device so that MIDI data can be exchanged.
MIDI THRU connector
Received MIDI data is
change from this
connector. Use this
when you want to
connect multiple MIDI
devices to the same
"stream" of data.
Connect a condenser mic to this jack.
Connect a dynamic mic, synthesizer, or
audio device to this jack.
If both the DYNAMIC jack and the
CONDENSER jack are connected, the
audio signal from the CONDENSER jack
will take priority.
MIDI OUT connector
MIDI IN connector
This connector receives
transmits MIDI data.
OUTPUT L/MONO, R jacks
Connect these to your powered
monitors, stereo amp, mixer, or
If you want to use the microKORG
in monaural, connect the L/MONO
Connect a pair of
headphones to this jack
You can attach the included
mic to this holder ( p.5).