Korg’s -S^GS uses eight digitally encoded waveforms having we complex DW- Basic Functions This manual covers the followmg basic functions. $oiin£l. Download Service manual & Owner’s Manual for Korg DW Programmable Digital Waveform Synthesizer, musical instruments. | Visit SynthXL for more. KORG ID 42H. FORMAT ID 30H .. When using a computer for DW control and commu- nications, a system . UPPER CASE. UPPER CASE SUPPORT.
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Guadaia ara, Jal Phone: Page 9 Korg’s provide. To eight optimum digitally obtain perfomi- forms stored chips. Try saving again at a different I recording level. ApartadoPanama 1 Phone. A Word about Data Tones If you listen to a tape of recorded data, you will hear the following tones: To select program numberi? Therefore, if you change key assign mode, then change to a different pro- gram number, then change back to the previous program number, you will get manuual stored key assign mode, not your latest key assign mode choice.
That Is, store your first sound under pro- gram number 1, the second sound under program num- ber 2, and so on. But that alone does not change the stored Key Assign mode. This can speed up Parameter Number selection when you are working on several parameters within the same “family” that is, having the same left digit. Page 11 Shows program number. X Pitch Bender O: BoxLimassoj Phone: To print the manual completely, please, download it.
When you want to store a sound, you must assign it a pro- gram number. Computer Tape decks, radio- cassette recorders, or tape recorders. Changing the 0SC1 oscillator 1 waveform.
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You will not get a ” Good ” message if tlie recorded data is dilierent In any way from ttie data in the DW’s in- i temal memory. Not all synths can send or receive this data; however, no problems are created by mixing velocity and non-velocity sensitive keyboards. If you turn off the Omni mode, then be sure that the sending synth is set to the same channel number as the receiving synth.
The DW’s six voices are assigned sequentially as notes are played. If the tape recorder head is dirty, wow and flut- ter are excessive, or there are fluctuations in output due to maual batteries, etc. All possible parameters manuak values are listed in the “parameter index” chart on the right side of the DW front panel.
Writing Proflfams How to store sounds in the DW’s program memory. This is useful lor adding “breath noise” to simulated acoustic instrument sounds, and for creating special effect sounds such as wind, surf, gunshot sounds, etc.
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Selecting Programs How to call up your stored sounds. DW Basic Functions This manual covers the followmg basic functions. To set the value of this parameter, follow the usual proce- dure of selecting the parameter number and your desired value as described in the previous section. To change the values of parameters, follow the steps described in the following section.
Never use paint thinner, benzene or other solvents. Its setting can be stored for each pro- grammed sound. If you play more than kort notes, then the most recent notes will cancel out the earliest notes still sound- ing. Press Display A dash appears in the right hand digit until you select the second digit.
Connect the audio signal outputs of both units to amp or mixer inputs.
If you are using a MIDI sequencer or computer then you can assign particular instructions and data to particular channels. Unison same majual 0SC1a minor 3rd, major 3rd, perfect 4th, or perfect 5th above. If you will be using this unit in a country having a different voltage, be sure to obtain the proper transformer to convert to rated voltage.
Switch memory switch enables write opera- Pressing this you can sounding currently pro- tion that store memory.
This resets the circuitry. Receiving – Repeated 64 times. Excessive force may cause damage.
The DW display keeps track of tape interface operations to help assure successful data transfer and detect possible problems. Long delay PITCH vibrato depth Controls the amount of pitch variation in the vibrato effect that is, the depth of frequency modulation. Adjust the tape recorder’s recording level as you would normally refer to tape recorder’s in- struction manual. Korg footswitch PS-1 mxnual xamp e. The previous contents of this space have been eras- ed.
Harmonics near cutoff frequency are boosted. The DW separately ticulated “voices” “synthesizer ffiB modules. Korg developed DWGS to provide a higher level of realism and richness together with the ease of operation of conventional analog processing.
66000 can then use a footswitch to ad- vance from one sound to the next, as you need it. The synth being played becomes the controlling sending synth.