Korg MICROX X50 Parameter Manual: Multi 2: Track Param

Music synthesizer and synthesizer/controller.
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Reverse
Controls the "Rev (Reverse)" parameter (1–1b ☞p.8, GLO-
BAL 4–1b ☞p.87) for each Multisample or Drumsample of
program OSC1/2.
If you turn this On, all multisamples and drum samples will
play backward. If you turn this Off, all multisamples and
drum samples will play normally. If you set this to PRG, the
settings of the program (or the drum kit used by the pro-
gram) will be used. Normally you can make effective use of
this with a drum program.
■ 1–1(2)(3)(4)(5)(6): UTILITY
☞"Write Multi," "Copy From Combi"(0–1)

MULTI 2: Track Param

[Off, PRG, On]
2–1: MIDI..8
2–2: MIDI..16
Here you can make MIDI-related settings for each track.
2–1a
2–1(2)a: Status, MIDI Channel, Bank(EX2)
Status
This sets the status of MIDI and the internal tone generator
for each track.
INT: The tone generator will sound in response to incoming
MIDI messages from a connected external MIDI device.
MIDI messages will not be transmitted. If the arpeggiator
are assigned to a track that is set to INT, only the X50/
microX will sound; MIDI data will not be transmitted to an
external device (i.e., the external MIDI device will not
sound). If the X50/microX's controllers are operated on the
track specified as the "Control Track" (0–1a), only the X50/
microX will be controlled, and MIDI messages will not be
transmitted.
Off: The track will not sound, nor will MIDI data be trans-
mitted.
BTH: The operations of both INT and EXT will be per-
formed. If the arpeggiator is specified for a track set to BTH,
the X50/microX will sound and MIDI messages will also be
transmitted. If the X50/microX's controllers are operated on
the track specified as the "Control Track" (0–1a), the X50/
microX will be controlled and the same data will also be
transmitted via MIDI.
EXT: MIDI messages will be transmitted without sounding
the track. If the arpeggiator are assigned to a track that is set
to EXT, MIDI data will be transmitted to an external device,
but the tone generator of the X50/microX will not sound. If
the X50/microX's controllers are operated on the track spec-
ified as the "Control Track" (0–1a), MIDI messages will also
be transmitted to control the external device, but the X50/
microX itself will not be controlled.
If "Multi Mode" (GLOBAL 0–2a) is set to for Master, the
program change, volume, pan, portamento, send 1, 2, post
IFX pan, and post IFX send 1, 2 settings for tracks set to EXT
will be transmitted via MIDI.
EX2: "Bank (EX2) MSB" and "Bank (EX2) LSB" will be
enabled. Instead of the A–g(d) bank numbers that can be
selected on the X50/microX, the bank number you specify
here will be transmitted. In other respects this is the same as
EXT.
MIDI data is transmitted and received on the MIDI
channel that is specified separately for each track by
"MIDI Channel."
(MIDI T01–08)
(MIDI T09–16)
MSB/LSB
[INT, Off, BTH, EXT, EX2]
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