Korg Synthesizer/Vocoder micro Owner's Manual: Editing The Arpeggiator; The Structure Of Arpeggiator; Overview

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The structure of arpeggiator

Editing the arpeggiator

Overview
The microKORG's arpeggiator provides six arpeggio types. You can adjust the
duration (gate time) and spacing of the notes played by the arpeggiator. The
arpeggiator settings are adjusted by the ARPEG.A and ARPEG.B parameters.
Each of the up to eight steps produced by the ARPEG.A and ARPEG.B settings can
be switched on/off using the "step arpeggiator," for even more performance
possibilities. ( Refer to page 11 for more information about using the step
arpeggiator.)
Selecting the timbre(s) that will be played by the arpeggiator
In a synth program that uses two timbres (Layer), you can select the timbre(s) that
will be sounded by the arpeggiator. This is specified by ARPEG.B "TARGET
TIMBRE" (knob 5 ). You can arpeggiate both timbres, or only timbre 1 or 2.
Synchroning the rate of LFO 1/2 or the delay time of the delay
effect to the arpeggiator tempo
By synchronizing the LFO 1/2 rate to the tempo of the arpeggio, you can apply
modulation that is synchronized to the tempo. You can also specify the time
parameter of the delay effect to be a ratio of the tempo, so that the delay time will
remain appropriate even if you change the tempo of the arpeggio. This is particu-
larly convenient for live performances. ( p.65)
Since the microKORG's arpeggiator can be synchronized to an external MIDI
sequencer, you can control the LFO 1/2 rate or the delay time from an external MIDI
sequencer. ( p.50)
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