Korg MICROX X50 Parameter Manual: Controlling The Insert Effects Via Midi; In/out

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3–2. BUS Select
This parameter enables you to specify the destination bus
for the post-IFX signals.
"L/R" is a common setting to send signals to the Master EQ
before they are routed to the OUTPUT L/R outputs.
Select 1, 2 or 1/2 to route the signals to (INDIVIDUAL OUT-
PUT) 1 or 2 (☞p.103 "Individual Outputs"). Select "Off" so
that no signals will be output to L/MONO, R, 1 or 2. In this
case, the signals are routed from the Master Effects to MAIN
OUTPUT. This setting is used when you are connecting the
Insert Effect with the Master Effects in series using "S1
(Send1(MFX1))" and "S2 (Send2(MFX2))."
3–3. Send level
These parameters enable you to set the send level of the sig-
nals routed to Master Effects MFX1 and MFX2. These set-
tings are effective only when "BUS Select" is set to L/R or
Off.
If you are not using insert effect, set the PROG 8–1 MFX
Send "Send 1" and "Send 2" parameters, the COMBI 8–1 "S1
(Send1(MFX1))" and "S2 (Send2(MFX2))" parameters, or the
Multi mode MULTI 8–1/2, "S1 (Send1(MFX1))" and "S2
(Send2(MFX2))" parameter to set the send levels to master
effects MFX1 and MFX2.
Send Level 1 can be controlled by MIDI Control Change
CC#93 and Send Level 2 can be controlled by MIDI
Control Change CC#91.
4. Controlling the Insert
Effects via MIDI
Using the Dynamic Modulation (Dmod) function enables
you to control all effect parameters in real-time during per-
formance from the controllers of this instrument or a con-
nected MIDI sequencer. You can also control the "Pan
(CC#8)," "S1 (Send 1(MFX1))," and "S2 (Send 2(MFX2))" of
the post-IFX signals in the same way.
4–1. Program mode
You can control the parameters on global MIDI channel
(MIDI Channel" (GLOBAL 1–1a).
4–2. Combination mode
Use Setup page "Control Channel" to set up the control
channel for IFX. Select an appropriate option from Ch01–16,
Gch, and All Rt.
Ch01–16: Select one of these settings when you want to use a
single channel for control. An asterisk "
at the right of the channel number of timbres routed to the
insert effect.
Gch: Selects this option if you wish to control the parame-
ters on global MIDI channel "MIDI Channel" (GLOBAL 1–
1a). This is a common setting.
All Rt.: Select this option to control the parameters on the
channels (Ch01–16 that have a "
are routed to the corresponding Insert Effect.
100
" will be displayed
*
*
" mark) for the timbres that
4–3. Multi mode
Use Setup page "Control Channel" to set up the control
channel for IFX. Select an appropriate option from Ch01–16
and All Rt..
Ch01–16: Select one of these settings when you want to use a
single channel for control. An asterisk "
at the right of the channel number of timbres routed to the
insert effect. This option is suitable if multiple tracks on dif-
ferent MIDI channels are sent to the Insert Effects and you
wish to control the parameters using one of the tracks.
All Rt.: Selects this option to control the parameters on the
channel numbers (Ch01–16 that have a "
tracks that are routed to the corresponding Insert Effect.
"All Rt." is a typical option. If you wish to control the
parameters on a channel, select one from Ch01–16.
Master Effects
1. In/Out
The I/Os of Master Effects MFX1 and MFX2 are mono-in/
stereo-out. "Send Level 1" and "Send Level 2" determine
the send level to the Master Effects (☞"Routing" and
"Mixer"). Stereo signals will be combined to a mono signal
automatically and sent to the effects.
The Master Effects do not output any Dry signals (signals
that are not processed by the effects). Therefore, they output
only Wet (signals that are processed by the effects) signals
(set via the "W/D" of the "MFX1" and "MFX2" page). The
output signals from the Master Effects are routed to the L/R
bus with the output level specified by "Rtn (Return1,
Return2)." These output signals are mixed with the output
signals from the bus specified by BUS page L/R, or with the
output signals from the bus specified by "BUS Select" (Setup
page in each mode) L/R, then routed to the Master EQ.
Selecting "00: No Effect" will mute the output. The pro-
cessed signal will be output in one of the following ways,
according to the type of effects 01–89.
Mono In - Mono Out
Wet
Mono In - Stereo Out
Stereo In - Stereo Out
The possible routing of effect signal inputs and outputs is
indicated in the upper left corner of the block diagram.
MFX1 and 2 are switched on/off by the "On/Off" parameter
in the 9: Ed–MasterFX (or MasterFX) Setup page "On/Off"
of each mode. When off is selected, the output will be
muted in the same way as for 00: No Effect.
" will be displayed
*
" mark) for the
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(MFX1, 2)
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