Korg MICROX X50 Parameter Manual Page 83

Music synthesizer and synthesizer/controller.
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In Program, Combination and Multi modes, MIDI RPN
fine tuning messages can be received to adjust the tun-
ing of the program, the timbres (in Combination mode),
or the tracks (in Multi mode) relative to the Global
mode "Master Tune" setting.
In Program mode, MIDI RPN fine tune messages will
be received on the global MIDI channel that you speci-
fied for "MIDI Channel" (1–1a). In other modes, MIDI
RPN fine tune messages will be received on the MIDI
channel for each timbre (in Combination mode) or track
(in Multi mode). (☞"Detune," "Transpose": COMBI 2–
3a, MULTI 2–5(6)a.)
Velocity Curve
This specifies the way in which the volume and/or tone will
change in response to how hard the keyboard is struck
(velocity).
When "Convert Position" (1–1a) is PreMIDI, variations in
keyboard playing dynamics will affect the velocity effect
and the transmitted velocity data as shown in the left-hand
diagram on the following page. Incoming data will automat-
ically use the velocity curve number 4 shown in the right-
hand diagram.
With a setting of PostMIDI, variations in keyboard playing
dynamics and in the velocity of incoming data will create
change as shown in the right-hand diagram on the below. If
you are playing this instrument's tone generator from an
external keyboard or sequencer, and the overall sound is too
bright or too dark, you can set the "Convert Position"
parameter to PostMIDI and select the appropriate velocity
curve here. For the transmitted data, the velocity curve
number 4 shown in the left-hand diagram will automatically
be selected.
For a setting of PreMIDI
Velocity (KBD→MIDI Out)
127
6
5
7
8
4
1
Soft
1...3: These curves produce an effect for strongly-played
notes.
4(Normal): This is the standard curve.
5, 6: An effect will be obtained even if you do not play very
strongly
7: A certain amount of effect will be obtained even for softly-
played notes
8: This curve produces the most regular effect. This setting is
suitable when you do not need velocity sensitivity, or when
you wish to make the notes more consistent. However with
this curve, control of softly-played notes will be more diffi-
cult, so use the curve that is most appropriate for your play-
ing strength and style, and the effect that you wish to
produce.
The default factory setting for this parameter is 4.
microX:
OCTAVE Keys [†/π]: Use Prog/
Combi/Multi's Octave
On (checked): When you switch programs, combinations, or
multi sets, the OCTAVE [†/π] button settings saved with
the selected program, combination or multi set will be used.
Off (unchecked): The OCTAVE [†/π] button settings will
not change when you switch programs, combinations, or
multi sets.
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For a setting of PostMIDI
Velocity (MIDI In→TG)
MAX
7
8
Velocity
effect
6
5
3
4
2
3
1
Strong
1
0–1b: FX SW
IFX Off
On (checked): Insert effect IFX will be disabled.
Off (unchecked): The Setup page (PROG/COMBI 8–2a,
MULTI 8–3a) "IFX On/Off" setting of Program, Combina-
tion, and Multi modes will be valid.
MFX1 Off
On (checked): MFX1 will be disabled.
Off (unchecked): The Master Effect Setup page (9–1) "MFX1
On/Off" settings of Program, Combination, and Multi mode
[1...8]
will be valid.
MFX2 Off
On (checked): MFX2 will be disabled.
Off (unchecked): The Master Effect Setup page (9–1) "MFX2
On/Off" settings of Program, Combination, and Multi
modes will be valid.
When "IFX On/Off," or "MFX1 On/Off," "MFX2 On/
Off" settings are switched, control change messages
CC#92 (effect control 2), CC#94 (effect control 4), and
CC#95 (effect control 5) will be transmitted respectively.
The transmitted data will be 0 for off, and 127 for on.
0–1c: Auto Arp. (Auto Arpeggiator)
Program (Auto Arp. Program)
On (checked): When a different program is selected, the
arpeggiator settings stored in that program will automati-
cally take effect.
Off (unchecked): The arpeggiator settings will not change
when the program is switched. Use this setting when you
wish to keep the same arpeggiator pattern running while
you select different program sounds.
Combi (Auto Arp. Combi)
On (checked): When a different combination is selected, the
2
arpeggiator settings stored in that combination will auto-
1
127
matically take effect.
Off (unchecked): The arpeggiator settings will not change
when the combination is switched. Use this setting when
you wish to keep the same arpeggiator pattern running
while you select different combination sounds.
■ 0–1: UTILITY
For details on how to select the desired utility function, refer
to "PROG 0–1: UTILITY."
Write Global Setting
This command writes Global mode settings (except for
[Off, On]
Drum Kits and User Arpeggio Patterns).
1 Select "Write Global Setting" to access the dialog box.
2 To write the data, press the [MENU/OK] button. To can-
cel, press the [EXIT/CANCEL] button.
[Off, On]
[Off, On]
[Off, On]
[Off, On]
[Off, On]

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