Page Sequence Control Section 2. Parts 8. Matrix The parameters that will appear in the display are listed here for each mode. Use the cursor keys to make the desired parameter select LED light. Page Connector Section 3. Step keys
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In order to enjoy long and trouble-free use, please read this manual carefully and use the instrument correctly. If something does slip into the equipment, unplug the AC adaptor from the wall outlet. Then contact your nearest Korg dealer or the store where the equipment was purchased. Page 3: Table Of Contents Contents 1. Front and rear panel Page 4 Playing a pattern Pattern Play Page 5 Creating a song Page 6: Introduction 1.
Introduction 1. By using the front panel knobs and keys, you can create analog percussion sounds intuitively, and easily create rhythm patterns using these sounds. Careless operation may damage your speaker system or cause malfunctions.
As shown in the above diagram, hook the AC adapter cable around the adapter cable holder. Page 8: Front And Rear Panel 2. Front and rear panel 2. Front and rear panel The controls and other parts of the ER-1 can be broadly grouped as shown in the diagram. Synthesizer section 1. Crash crash part key This key selects the cymbal part. When you press this key, the crash cymbal will sound.
Clap handclap part key This key selects the handclap part. Page Sequence Control Section 2. Parts 9. Page Connector Section 4. Pattern Set key By holding down this key and pressing one of the step keys, you can switch to the pat- tern that you registered for that key. Shift key This key is used in conjunction with other keys. When held down, it gives an additional function to another key.
Page Basic Operation quick Start 3. Basic operation Quick Start 3. Structure of Song Songs: S S16 Pattern order Press the Pattern mode key to enter Pattern mode the key will light.
Use the cursor [ ][ ] keys to make the parameter select LEDs indicate Pattern top. Rotate the dial to select the desired pattern A A64, b C64, d Basic operation Quick Start Striking keys to play Parts By striking the part keys, you can play the corresponding sounds. The audio-in parts will sound when an audio signal is connected to the audio input jacks. Refer to p. As you listen to the song or pattern, strike the part keys to play along.
Modify edit the sound along with a song or pattern 1. Page Modifying editing A Rhythm Pattern 3. A Rhythm Pattern is a sequence of rhythms i. You can use the sixteen step keys to modify the rhythm pattern of each part. A rhythm pattern can also be recorded as you listen to the playback realtime input.
Press the Pattern Mode key the key will light. Use the cursor [ ][ ] keys to make the parameter select LED indicate Pattern. Page Using A Motion Sequence 3. On parts other than the Accent part, you can record the changes you make to the sound using the knobs, and loop them for playback. This data is called a Motion Sequence refer to p. There are two types of sequence. Sound that contains no drums is most effective. Try out various types of sounds or music.
Depending on the content, you may discover unexpectedly interesting results. Page Playing With Pattern Set 3. Pattern Set is a function that lets you register a favorite pattern to each of the sixteen step keys, and use the step keys to switch patterns. You can use this function to play a performance simply by selecting patterns one after the other When you hold down the Pattern Set key the key will blink and press one of the sixteen step keys, the pattern registered for that key will be Page Pattern Mode 4.
Pattern mode 4. Pattern mode In this mode you can play patterns, or edit them to make new patterns. Press the Pattern mode key to enter Pattern mode. Page Creating A Pattern 4. Pattern mode Creating a pattern There are two ways to create a pattern. You can start with a pattern that is similar to the desired result and then edit it, or you can create a pattern from scratch by specifying the sound and rhythm pattern for each part.
Page Delay Level Adjust the output level. Rotating the knob toward the right will increase the volume. For the Accent part, this will ad- just the Accent Level the degree to which the volume will be emphasized when Accent is on. The second is Realtime Recording, in which you strike the part keys at the timing at which you want to record each note.
Page Motion Sequence 4. Pattern mode Motion sequence Playing a motion sequence A motion sequence can be played back in one of the following two ways, and you can select the playback method indepen- dently for each part.
Smooth:Knob values will be connected smoothly, and the sound will change smoothly. Page Convenient Functions For Editing Patterns Convenient functions for editing patterns If you wish to save the pattern you edit using these func- tions, you must perform the Write operation before se- lecting a different pattern or turning off the power.
Erasing rhythm pattern data from a part To erase the rhythm pattern data for the selected part, you can use one of the following two methods in addition to turning Page Copying A Part copy Part 4. Pattern mode Copying a part Copy Part You can copy the sound settings and rhythm pattern data in- cluding motion sequence from another part to the selected part. Page Pattern Set Pattern Set Pattern Set is a function that lets you assign your favorite pat- terns to each of the sixteen step keys, and switch them at the touch of a key.
During playback, you can successively switch patterns to per- form a song. Page Saving A Pattern write 4. Pattern mode Saving a pattern Write If you wish to keep the pattern data that you create, you must perform this Write operation.
When you perform the Write op- eration, "Data Copy within a pattern" p. If you intentionally want to discard your edits and revert to the original pattern data, simply select a different pattern without Writing.
ELECTRIBE-R mkII/Owner's Manual
In order to enjoy long and trouble-free use, please read this manual carefully and use the instrument correctly. If something does slip into the equipment, unplug the AC adaptor from the wall outlet. Then contact your nearest Korg dealer or the store where the equipment was purchased. Page 3: Table Of Contents Contents 1. Front and rear panel
Korg ELECTRIBER ER-1 Owner's Manual
Soloing A Part Soloing a part 1. On the ESX-1, you can create and store up to 64 songs. You can also change the way in which the three effects are connected to each other, and in this way apply more than one effect to a part. Kst how to connect ableton and electribe korg. While the SOLO key is lit, you can press another part key to solo that part.
Korg ER-1mkII Owner's Manual