Korg Synthesizer/Vocoder micro Owner's Manual: Global; Overall Settings

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21. GLOBAL

Here you can make overall settings for the microKORG. "MASTER TUNE" (knob 1) and "MASTER TRANSPOSE" (knob 2) adjust the pitch.
"VELOCITY CURVE" (knob 3) specifies the velocity, "POSITION" (knob 4) specifies the MIDI IN/OUT routing, and "AUDIO IN THRU"
(knob 5) specifies whether the input signal from AUDIO IN will be output directly.
MASTER TUNE
[30.0...50.0]
MASTER TRANSPOSE [-12...12]
Adjusts the overall pitch in 0.1 Hz
Adjusts the overall pitch in steps of
steps over a range of 430.0 Hz to
a semitone (100 cents) over a range
450.0 Hz, in terms of A4 as the ref-
of one octave upward or down-
erence pitch. (The highest digit "4"
ward.
is not displayed.)
Use this when you wish to trans-
Use this when you need to tune the
pose to suit the song you are play-
pitch of the microKORG to other in-
ing.
struments.
Figure 21-1
Figure 21-2
MAX
(127)
Keyboad
Velocity
(64)
Curve (CrV)
Figure 21-3
MIN (1)
ppp
Strength
fff
Keyboad
(MIDI Velocity)
(1)
(127)
VELOCITY CURVE [Curve, 1...127]
Selects how velocity (keyboard
playing dynamics) will affect vol-
ume and tone.
Use the setting that is appropriate
for your situation.
Curve (
):
The normal curve. ( Figure 21-1)
1...127:
The fixed velocity you specify here
will be output regardless of how
strongly you play the keyboard.
MIDI IN
GLOBAL: Master Transpose
FRONT PANEL: Octave
Arpeggiator
Timbre 1
GLOBAL: Velocity Curve
MIDI IN
GLOBAL: Master Transpose
FRONT PANEL: Octave
GLOBAL: Velocity Curve
Timbre 2
MIDI OUT
Timbre 1
Arpeggiator
POSITION
[Post KBD, Pre TG]
Specifies the internal MIDI IN/
OUT routing within the micro-
KORG. This setting will affect the
way in which MIDI data is trans-
mitted and received, and how the
arpeggiator data is handled.
Post KBD (
):
In this position, incoming MIDI
data will be sent to the timbres
without being affected by the glo-
bal or front paneltranspose controls,
and will not trigger the arpeggiator.
Data produced by the keyboard will
be converted according to the inter-
nal settings, routed through the
Timbre 2
arpeggiator (arpeggiator notes are
sent as MIDI data), and then sent
to the MIDI OUT connector.
MIDI OUT
( Figure 21-2)
Pre TG (
):
Incoming MIDI data will be affected
by by the global settings, and will
act as trigger notes for the
arpeggiator. Data produced by the
keyboard will be sent to the MIDI
OUT connector without being ( )
AUDIO IN THRU
[OFF, ON]
Specifies whether the signal input
from AUDIO IN will be output di-
rectly.
OFF (
):
The signal will not be output.
ON (
):
The signal will be output.
This setting is not memorized by
the Write operation. When the
power is turned on, it will al-
ways be turned OFF. While you
are editing, ORIGINAL VALUE
will always remain lit.
( ) affected by any setting other
than OCTAVE SHIFT (arpeggiator
notes are NOT sent via MIDI).
( Figure 21-3)
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  • timothy a henry Dec 11, 2015 05:04:
    I couldn't get separate keys for my miro korg.

    I had to buy the whole key assemble

    ​I needed one ocatave of white keys

    timo​thy a henry
    ph# 647 785 5973

    than​ks