Question about Korg Music
I need to reset my korg but I haven't find anything that helps .thanks
Http://www.korgforums.com/forum/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=70279&sid=0a3c1fcbb6e1dac75c1a6975f3a1292f I've found this in my files:
01/W Series Initialization: Hold Reset and Compare while turning it on. Preload: Global screen 7 Press G then E it will if OP turns off write protect in the global menu. None of the resets or reboots will do anything until the synth is allowed to use them. If write protect is ON all changes will be rejected.
Posted on Apr 12, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: USB connection. I want to
Hi,In MIDI terms, the Korg C 15S would be considered a MIDI Controller Keyboard and also a MIDI Sound Source. In most cases, you will be connecting a MIDI device that is one (controller), the other (sound source), or both.
In order to connect a MIDI device to your computer, you need to have a MIDI interface. A MIDI Interface is simply something that gives you physical MIDI connectors on one end, usually a small box, and USB on the other end. But there are also numerous audio interfaces that happen to have basic MIDI interfaces built into them.
For example, the MBOX2, DIGI002, and DIGI003 all have MIDI Interfaces built in to them as do many of the M-Audio interfaces.
You'll know that you're audio interface is also a MIDI interface if it has a MIDI IN, MIDI OUT, and sometimes also a MIDI THRU. If it has multiple INs and OUTs - all the better.
No MIDI Interface?
If you do not happen to have a MIDI Interface (ie: you're using the original Mbox, or Pro Tools HD, or some other hardware with no MIDI interface), you can buy a simple MIDI interface, like the M-Audio Midisport 2×2 Anniversary Edition USB MIDI Interface for about $70.00.
Installing the Current MIDI Interface Driver
Whenever you connect a new piece of hardware to your computer, it is likely you will also need to install a small software application called a Driver. The Driver simply let's your computer use the new hardware, whether it's a printer, MIDI interface, scanner, etc.
If you have an M-Audio or Avid interface with a built-in MIDI interface, then the driver is already installed. But if you're using a stand-alone MIDI interface by MOTU, Edirol, MIDIMAN, or some other company, you should check to owners manual for the interface and make sure that, if a unique driver is provided, that you install it.
OSX has support for many of the common MIDI interfaces already installed as part of the operating system. You could always try the tutorial and see if it works without any additional Driver installation. It might work for you. But if not, you may want to come back to this step and investigate the Driver thing a little bit further
Connecting the Cables
Assuming you have some sort of MIDI interface connected to the computer, you're going to need to connect your MIDI device to it using MIDI Cables.
Here's a picture of what your MIDI cables should look like:
Here's the first simple tip I want you to remember about MIDI connections:
* MIDI OUTs of a device always connect to MIDI INs of another device.
* MIDI INs of a device always connect to MIDI OUTs of another device.
* MIDI THRUs (when used) of a device always connect to MIDI INs of another device.
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Posted on Aug 31, 2011
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