ABOUT THIS MANUAL
This manual is divided in three sections:
A Basic Guide, containing an overview of the
instrument, as well as a series of practical guides
A Reference Guide, with each page and parame-
ter described in detail.
An Appendix, with a list of data and useful infor-
mation for the advanced user.
Within the manual, you will find the following abbrevi-
The parameter can be saved onto a Perfor-
mance by pressing the WRITE button.
The parameter can be saved onto the cur-
rent Style Performance by pressing the
The parameter can be saved onto a Single
Touch Setting by pressing the WRITE but-
The parameter can be saved onto a Global
setting by going to the Global environ-
ment (see "Global edit environment" on
page 126) and pressing the WRITE button.
LOADING THE OPERATING SYSTEM
Your Liverpool can be constantly updated as new ver-
sions of the operating system are released by KORG.
You can download the operating system from
www.korgpa.com/. Please, read the Readme file
included with the operating system itself.
You can see which version of the operating systems is
installed in your Liverpool by keeping the SHIFT but-
ton pressed, and pressing the ENTER and EXIT buttons
together. The operating system version number will
appear in the display. Press EXIT to close the message
To load a new system, follow these instructions:
Copy the three operating system's files in the root
of an SD card. These are the needed files:
Turn the instrument off, and insert the card con-
taining the operating system into the card slot.
Turn the instrument on. A message appears in the
display, asking if you want to load the operating
Press ENTER to load, or EXIT to cancel the loading
procedure. If you press ENTER, wait until the
loading is finished.
When the operating system is finished loading, a
message appears, asking you to remove the card
and press any button.
Hint: When done, delete the operating system files, to
avoid Liverpool starts the upgrade procedure each time
it is turned on with the same card in the drive.
Remove the card, and press any button.
RELOADING THE FACTORY DATA
Should the internal memory content get damaged, you
can reload the original Factory Data from the backup
card. See "Restore Data" on page 142.
About this manual