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Korg Electribe M EM-1 Music Workstation
Hersteller:
Korg
Modell: Electribe M EM-1
Datum: 2001
Kategorie: Bühnen- Studiotechnik
Gruppe: Music Workstation
Beschreibung: Music Production Station
Informationen:
                                    The EM-1 is a production station designed for dance music
that makes it easy for anyone from beginner to enthusiast to
create original music.

You can edit sounds intuitively by using the front panel
knobs and keys, and easily create complete rhythms and
phrase patterns without requiring any additional equipment.

The EM-1 is the ideal tool for any musician, DJ, sound
creator, or DTM user who wants an easy way to add
originality to their music.

Main features

•	The EM-1 has eight Drum parts and two synth parts, and you
can assign sounds to each part and edit them.

•	By combining rhythm patterns created for each Drum part
together with phrase patterns created for each synth part,
you can easily create a song using no additional equipment.

•	Internal memory contains numerous Drum waves (144 types)
and synth waves (50 types), giving you access to a wide
range of sonic expression.

•	Up to 256 patterns (maximum of 64 steps each) can be
created using the Sample data and stored in internal memory.

•	The EM-1 provides a Motion Sequence function that can
record and loop knob movements, and can be recorded for each
part of each pattern.

•	By combining multiple patterns and adding event data such
as knob movements, you can create and save up to sixteen songs.

•	You can choose from realtime recording, step recording,
and note editing.

•	Since sounds and rhythm or phrase patterns can be modified
instantly, you can use these changes as part of your live
performance expression.

•	Eleven types of effect plus tempo delay are provided, and
an Effect/Delay Motion Sequence function allows knob
movements to be recorded.

•	A Keyboard function lets you use the sixteen step keys as
a Keyboard on which to perform.

•	The Pattern Set play function lets you assign 64 different
patterns to the 16 step keys, and successively select and
play them.

•	Tap Tempo and MIDI Clock can be used to synchronize the
performance with an external sequencer, turntable, etc.

•	The EM-1 can be controlled from an external sequencer or
Keyboard as a MIDI sound module.

•	The MIDI Dump function lets you save data on a computer or
external sequencer etc.

The data you create on the EM-1

Patterns and songs that you create on the EM-1 by editing
will return to their un-edited state if you select a
different pattern or song, or turn off the power before
performing the Write operation. If you wish to save an
edited pattern, song, or global data, be sure to perform the
Write operation. Even after Writing the edited data, it is
still possible to restore all songs and patterns etc. to the
factory settings. 

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Dokumenttyp: Bedienungsanleitung Korg-9873-Manual-Page-1-Picture
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Informationen:
1.
Introduction ... 6

Main
features ... 6

The data you create on the EM-1
 ... 6

Make connections and
play! ... 7

Example
connections ... 7

Preparing to
play ... 7

2.	Front and rear
panel ... 8

Common
section ... 8
Effect/Delay
section ... 9
Part common
section ... 9
Synth filter
section ... 10
Part Select
section ... 10
Sequence Control
section ... 10
Step Key
section ... 11

Connector
section ... 12

3.	Basic operation (Quick
Start) ... 13

Conceptual diagram of the
EM-1 ... 13
Listening to a
Song ... 13
Listening to
Patterns ... 14
Trying out the
functions ... 14

Changing the tempo of a song or
pattern ... 
14

•	Using the dial to change the tempo
 ... 
14

•	Using the Tap Tempo key to change the
tempo ... 
14

Pressing keys to play the sound of a
Part ... 
15

Playing the sound of a Drum
part ... 
15

Playing the sound of a synth part (the Keyboard
function) ... 
15

Modifying (editing) the sound of a
part ... 
16

Editing the sound of a Drum
part ... 
16

Editing the sound of a synth
part ... 
16

Editing the effect or
delay ... 
17

Playing the sound of a part along with a song or
pattern ... 
17

Editing the sound of a part, effect, or delay while hearing
a song or pattern ...  18

Modifying (editing) a rhythm or phrase
pattern ... 
18

Realtime
recording ... 
19

Step
Recording ... 20

Saving a pattern that you
create ... 21

Using a Motion
Sequence ... 22

Playing with Pattern
Set ... 23

Using the EM-1 as a tone generator
module ... 23

Synchronizing the playback with other ELECTRIBE
models ... 24

4.	Pattern
mode ... 25

Selecting a
pattern ... 25
Setting the playback
tempo ... 25

•	Using the dial to change the
tempo ... 25

•	Using the Tap Tempo key to change the
tempo ... 25
Playing a pattern (Pattern
Play) ... 25

The timing at which patterns will
change ... 25

Playing from the beginning of a pattern (Reset &
Play) ... 25

About the tempo when you switch patterns (Tempo
Lock) ... 26

Selecting a
part ... 26

Drum
parts ... 26

Synth
parts ... 26

Accent
parts ... 26

The Part Mute
function ... 26

The Part Solo
function ... 26

Creating a
pattern ... 27

Assigning a
wave ... 27

Editing the sound of a
part ... 27

Drum
part ... 27

Synth
part ... 28

Accent
parts ... 28

Editing the effect or
delay ... 29

EFFECT ... 29

DELAY ... 30

Length, Scale/Beat
settings ... 31

Setting the
Length ... 31

Setting the
Scale/Beat ... 31

Swing
settings ... 32

Setting the Roll
Type ... 32

Creating a
Pattern ... 32

Realtime
recording ... 32

Step
recording ... 32

Note
editing ... 32

Adding accents to the pattern
(Accent) ... 34

Motion
sequence ... 34

Playing a motion
sequence ... 34

Recording a motion
sequence ... 35

Checking motion sequence
data ... 35

Convenient functions for editing
patterns ... 35

Transposing a phrase
(Transpose) ... 35

Moving data within a part (Move
Data) ... 36

Copying a part (Copy
Part) ... 37

Data Copy within a
pattern ... 37

Copying the sound of a part (Copy
Sound) ... 37

Erasing motion sequence data from the part, effect, or delay
(Clear Motion) ... 38

Erasing pattern data from a
part ... 38

Erasing data during playback or recording
(Erase) ... 38

Erasing all data from a part (Clear
Part) ... 38

Exchanging data between parts (Swap
Part) ... 39

Editing motion sequence
data ... 39

Selecting a motion
sequence ... 39

Editing the parameter values of a motion
sequence ... 40

Pattern
Set ... 40

Using Pattern Set to perform (Pattern Set
Play) ... 40

Chain Play of pattern
sets ... 40

Assigning a pattern to a Pattern
Set ... 41

Saving a pattern
(WRITE) ... 41
5.	Song
mode ... 42

Selecting a
song ... 42
Setting the playback
tempo ... 42

•	Using the dial to set the
tempo ... 42

•	Using the tap tempo key to set the
tempo ... 42

•	Using the Tempo Lock key to fix the song
tempo ... 42

Playing a song (Song
Play) ... 42

Fast-forward or rewind a
song ... 42

Switching
songs ... 42

Playing from the beginning of a position or song (Reset &
Play) ... 42

Creating a
song ... 43

Creating a song from
scratch ... 43

Erasing song data (Clear
Song) ... 43

Specifying a pattern for each
position ... 43

Specifying the Note of each
pattern ... 43

Editing a
song ... 44

Inserting a pattern at a specified position (Insert
Pattern) ... 44

Deleting a pattern from a specified position (Delete
Pattern) ... 44

Changing the pattern for a specific
position ... 44

Recording knob movements or your performance in a song
(Event Recording) ... 45

Deleting event data from a
song ... 45

Checking for song event
data ... 45

Saving a song
(WRITE) ... 45

6.	Global
mode ... 46

Metronome
settings ... 46
Synchronizing the EM-1 with external MIDI devices (MIDI
Clock) ... 46

Synchronizing the EM-1 to a master external MIDI device
(Ext) ... 46

Synchronizing an external MIDI device to the EM-1 as master
(int) ... 46

Setting the MIDI channel of each part (MIDI
ch) ... 47
Setting the MIDI note number of a Drum
part ... 47
MIDI filter
settings ... 47
Adjusting the pitch bend
range ... 47
Transmit/receive dump
data ... 48
Memory Protect
(Protect) ... 48

Saving your changes in Global mode
(WRITE) ... 48

7.
Appendices ... 49

About
MIDI ... 49
Troubleshooting ... 50
Error
messages ... 51
Restoring the factory set
data ... 51
Specifications ... 51
Index ... 52
Pattern Name
List ... 54
Song Name
List ... 54
MIDI Implementation
Chart ... 55
Wave Name
List ... 56
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