Korg Synthesizer/Vocoder micro Owner's Manual: Using The Microkorg With Other Midi Devices (midi); Midi On The Microkorg; Overview; Connecting Midi Devices/computers

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Using the microKORG with
other MIDI devices (MIDI)
Overview
Here you can make MIDI-related settings for the microKORG.
MIDI stands for Musical Instrument Digital Interface, and is a world-wide standard
for exchanging various types of musical data between electronic musical instru-
ments and computers. When MIDI cables are used to connect two or more MIDI
devices, performance data can be exchanged between the devices, even if they were
made by different manufacturers.
The microKORG lets you assign control change numbers to the major parameters
that affect the sound, and control these parameters from an external MIDI se-
quencer while you play the tone generator. You can also operate the assigned knobs
1–5 or keys to transmit these control changes to control an external MIDI device.
You can synchronize the microKORG's arpeggiator, LFO rate, or the delay time of
the delay effect to the MIDI Clock of an external MIDI sequencer.
Connecting MIDI devices/computers
Controlling an external MIDI tone generator from the microKORG
When you wish to use the microKORG's keyboard, controllers, and arpeggiator etc.
to play an external MIDI tone generator, use a MIDI cable to connect the
microKORG's MIDI OUT connector to the MIDI IN connector of the external MIDI
tone generator.
microKORG
MIDI OUT
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MIDI IN
E M - 1
TAP
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MIDI tone generator
MIDI on the microKORG
Controlling the microKORG's tone generator from an external
MIDI device
When you wish to play or control the microKORG's tone generator from an external
MIDI keyboard or sequencer etc., use a MIDI cable to connect the MIDI OUT
connector of the external MIDI device to the MIDI IN connector of the microKORG.
microKORG
MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
Controlling two or more external MIDI tone generators from the
microKORG
You can use the MIDI THRU connector to simultaneously control multiple MIDI
devices. (This type of connection should be used to connect no more than three
devices. If you wish to connect a larger number of MIDI devices, we recommend
that you use a MIDI patch bay as shown in the second diagram below.)
microKORG
MIDI OUT
MIDI IN
You can also use a MIDI patch bay to control multiple MIDI devices.
microKORG
MIDI OUT
MIDI IN
MIDI patch bay
MIDI keyboard
MIDI THRU
MIDI IN
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TAP
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MIDI keyboard
MIDI tone generator
MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
MIDI OUT
MIDI keyboard
MIDI IN
E M - 1
MIDI tone generator
TAP
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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