Korg MICROX X50 Parameter Manual: Midi Transmission When The X50/microx's Controllers Are Operated

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MIDI transmission when the X50/microX's control-
lers are operated
The following table shows the relation between the MIDI
messages that are transmitted when the X50/microX's con-
trollers are operated, and the AMS (alternate modulation
source) or DMS (dynamic modulation source) that corre-
spond to each MIDI message. # indicates a fixed function,
and * indicates an assignable function.
When one of the X50/microX's controllers is operated, the
corresponding or the assigned control change will be trans-
mitted. Pitch bend messages are transmitted only when you
operate the X-axis of the joystick (microX) or the [PITCH]
wheel (X50). Operation in each mode is described below.
(The explanation mentions only control changes, but the
same applies to pitch bend messages.)
Program mode
When one of the X50/microX's controllers is operated, a
control change message will be transmitted on the global
MIDI channel.
If a REALTIME CONTROLS B-mode knob [1]–[4] is set
to Master Volume, the universal exclusive message
Master Volume will be transmitted.
Combination mode
When one of the X50/microX's controllers is operated, a
control change message will be transmitted on the global
MIDI channel.
Simultaneously, the message will also be transmitted on the
MIDI channel ("MIDI Channel" COMBI 2–1a) of any timbre
whose "Status" (COMBI 2–1a) is EXT or EX2.
When one of the X50/microX's controllers is operated, its
effect will apply to any timbre whose "Status" is INT and
whose "MIDI Channel" setting is either Gch or the same as
the global MIDI channel.
In the case of Master Volume, the universal exclusive
message Master Volume will be transmitted only on the
global MIDI channel.
You can make settings for MIDI Filter (COMBI 3, 4) to
enable or disable control changes and controllers for
each timbre. When checked, the above operations will
be enabled.
Effect dynamic modulation can be controlled when the
"Control Ch (Control Channel)" (COMBI 8–1b) setting for
IFX, MFX1, 2, or MEQ is either set to Gch or to the same
channel as the global MIDI channel. (In the case of All Rt.,
control is possible on the MIDI channel of any routed tim-
bre.)
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Multi mode
When one of the X50/microX's controllers is operated, its
effect will apply to the track 1–16 that is selected by "Control
Track" (MULTI 0–1a).
If the "Status" (MULTI 2–1a/2a) of the track selected by
"Control Track" is EXT, EX2, or BTH, a control change mes-
sage will be transmitted on the MIDI channel specified by
"MIDI Channel" (MULTI 2–1a/2a).
If the "Status" is INT or BTH, operating one of the X50/
microX's controllers will affect only that track. Simulta-
neously, the same effect will also apply to any track with the
same "MIDI Channel" setting.
In the case of Master Volume, the universal exclusive
message Master Volume will be transmitted.
You can make settings for MIDI Filter (MULTI 3, 4) to
enable or disable control changes and controllers for
each track. When checked, the operations effective for a
"Status" of INT or BTH will be enabled. Tracks whose
"Status" is EXT, EX2, or BTH will transmit control
changes regardless of this setting.
Effect dynamic modulation can be controlled when the
"Control Ch (Control Channel)" (MULTI 8–1b) setting for
IFX, MFX1, 2, or MEQ matches the MIDI channel of the track
selected by "Control Track." (In the case of All Rt., control is
possible on the MIDI channel of all routed tracks.)
If one of the X50/microX's controllers is operated during
realtime recording, the corresponding or assigned control
change will be recorded on the external MIDI seuencer etc.

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