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lifeinbalance



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PostPosted: Fri Feb 29, 2008 12:59 am    Post subject: Audio In Set up Reply with quote

Please help!! I have a gig tomorrow (2-29)and need help with this set-up.
What I want to do is very basic and simple but I can't find a simple solution.
I want to input or run another synth (moog voyager) into the M3 and have it be routed through the m3's internal effects hopefully on it's own channel.

I want to plug my other synth (or any instrument) into the line inputs of the m3 and do internal mixing and processing.
Is "global" the only way to do this.
What's the best way to do this. Afterwards do I then need to save my changes to the patch?
thanks for your help.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 29, 2008 7:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

you can make a global patch applied to audio inputs in global settings mode

or

you can make a special routing in any program / combi (by desactivate the box : use global settings) and save it for each prog / combi Very Happy
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 25, 2019 2:40 am    Post subject: Can I use inputs 1 & 2 as an external audio source? Reply with quote

Hello,
Very new to this (both Korg M3M and music in general!)

How can I use (or assign) the inputs 1 & 2 as an aux-in so I can hear music from my tablet and practice on the keyboard at the same time? Right now, my tablet plugs into the inputs 1&2 but there is no sound (mixing from my tablet & keyboard) to my headphone!

Please advise,

Thank you
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 28, 2019 8:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The simplest way is in Global Page P0, to set the Input to Analog, and the Input 1 and Input 2 need to be set to Play (not Mute). Set Pan for Input 1 to L000, and for Input 2 to R127. The L and R will appear automatically, as the numeric value goes above or below centre pan (Pan value 064).

Then, in the Program or Combi being used, Edit Page P0, ensure that for the Input, the Use Global Setting box is checked.

The audio input sensitivity (Line/Mic) and level will need to be set appropriately on the rear panel.

Alternatively, settings can be made on a per Program or per Combi basis on the Page P0, Sampling/AudioIn tab. Uncheck the Use Global Settings box, and assign the Audio ins for Input 1 and Input 2 to L/R. The audio input signals will be sent to the L/R signal bus. Ensure Pan is set to L000 for Input 1 and R127 for Input 2 to use the audio input 1 and 2 signals as left and right, respectively.

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