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a second time. To prevent each note from being sounded twice, once directly from
the keyboard and once from the echoed-back note, you must turn the microKORG's
Local Control setting off.
Recording the MIDI output from the microKORG's arpeggiator
onto an external MIDI sequencer or computer
Connect the microKORG's MIDI OUT connector to the MIDI IN connector of your
external MIDI sequencer / computer, and connect the microKORG's MIDI IN
connector to the MIDI OUT connector of your external MIDI sequencer / computer.
( p.49)
Then turn the microKORG's Local Control off (MIDI "LOCAL" OFF), and turn on
the echo back setting of your external MIDI sequencer / computer.
Recording the note data from the arpeggiator onto an external MIDI sequencer /
computer
Set the microKORG's GLOBAL "POSITION" to Post KBD (
Turn on the microKORG's arpeggiator, play the keyboard, and record the note data
on your external MIDI sequencer / computer. If the GLOBAL "POSITION" is set to
Post KBD, the MIDI note data produced by the arpeggiator will be output from the
microKORG, and recorded. ( p.47)
Turn the microKORG's arpeggiator off during playback.
Recording only the arpeggio-triggering notes on an external MIDI sequencer /
computer, and running the microKORG's arpeggiator during playback
Set the microKORG's GLOBAL "POSITION" to Pre TG (
Turn on the microKORG's arpeggiator, play the keyboard, and record the note data
on your external MIDI sequencer / computer. If GLOBAL "POSITION" is set to Pre
TG (
), only the notes you actually play on the keyboard will be transmitted as
MIDI data, and the MIDI note data generated by the arpeggiator will not be
transmitted. However, the MIDI note data echoed back from the external MIDI
sequencer / computer (whose echo back setting is turned on) will trigger the
microKORG's arpeggiator, producing an arpeggio. ( p.47)
Turn the microKORG's arpeggiator on during playback.
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MIDI on the microKORG
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Synchronizing the arpeggiator
The MIDI "CLOCK" setting specifies whether the microKORG's arpeggiator will be
the master (the controlling device) or slave (the controlled device).
For information on synchronization-related settings of your external MIDI
device, refer to the manual of your device.
Using the microKORG as master and the external MIDI device as slave
Connect the microKORG's MIDI OUT connector to the external MIDI device's MIDI
IN connector ( p.48). If you set MIDI "CLOCK" to Internal (
will be the master, and will transmit MIDI timing clock messages.
Make settings on your external MIDI device so it will receive external MIDI clock
data. The external MIDI device (sequencer, rhythm machine, etc.) will operate at the
tempo specified by the ARPEG.A "TEMPO" setting.
Using the external MIDI device as master and the microKORG as slave
Connect the microKORG's MIDI IN connector to the external MIDI device's MIDI
OUT connector ( p.48). If you set MIDI "CLOCK" to External (
microKORG will be the slave.
The microKORG's arpeggiator will operate at the tempo of the external MIDI device
(sequencer, rhythm machine, etc.).
If you set MIDI "CLOCK" to Auto (
function using the External setting if MIDI clock is being received from an
external MIDI device connected to the MIDI IN connector. Otherwise, the
microKORG will function using the Internal setting.
), the microKORG
), the
), the microKORG will automatically

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  • timothy a henry Dec 11, 2015 05:04:
    I couldn't get separate keys for my miro korg.

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