KORG D888 MANUAL PDF

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Keep these instructions. Heed all warnings. Follow all instructions. Do not use this apparatus near water. Printing conventions in this manual Handling of the internal hard disk Do not apply physical shock to this device. In particular, you must never move this device or apply physical shock while the power is turned on. This can cause part or all of the data on disk to be lost, or may damage the hard disk or interior components.

When this device is moved to a location where the temperature is radically different, water droplets may condense on the hard disk. Table of Contents Introduction Display content and settings Peak Hold setting Level meter position Types of recording Recording channel tracks Overdub recording Bounce recording Recording the master track Punch-in Recording Re-recording a specific area Keep this manual in a safe place for future reference.

Included items Make sure that the following included items are present. Each track provides eight virtual tracks. Each track and virtual track is recorded as a WAV file, so it can easily be shared with DAW software and other recorders. CH ON: Use these buttons to switch the channels between enabled and disabled muted. The button will be lit orange for channels that are enabled. Basic operation 1: Setup and demo songs Connect your monitor speakers or headphones, and turn on the power.

Before you start recording your own songs, take a minute to listen to the demo song provided with the D Input indication In this example, channel 1 should be panned left, and channel 2 panned right to preserve the stereo imaging of your keyboard. The D provides a master track for mixdown.

Adjusting the tone and volume of each track 1 If the channel buttons of tracks 1, 2, and 3 are not already in the play mode lit green press them several times until they are. Operation Level Meter screen When you turn on the power, the display will show this Level Meter screen. Creating a new song This operation allocates space on the hard drive for recording.

You can also refer to p. FF button Fast-forwards the song. The song will fast-forward as long as you continue holding down the FF button. REW button Rewinds the song. The song will rewind as long as you continue holding down the REW button. Mixer 1. Mixer inputs The D has eight sets of analog input jacks. The audio from the devices connected to these input jacks 1 through 8 are assigned to mixer channels 1 through 8, and can be recorded on the corresponding tracks. Connecting audio sources Keyboard or line output device These jacks output the same audio signal as channel tracks 1 and 2.

Recording basic During regular recording, the D can record up to eight individual tracks. During mixdown, the D can record a single stereo master track. Virtual tracks By repeatedly bounce-recording and overdubbing on up to eight tracks in this way, you will finish recording your channel tracks.

Then you will create the final mixdown by recording it on the master track in stereo. The master track is recorded as a stereo bit This means that you can connect your computer and write that file to digital media to create an audio CD or the equivalent.

A new master track WAV file for this song is created every time you mix down i. If the bounce-destination already contains recorded data, it will be overwritten and replaced by the newly recorded data; i.

Press the PLAY button to play back. Use the channel faders to adjust the playback levels. Punch-in: Switches from the playback mode to the record mode. Punch-out: Switches from the record mode back to the playback mode. The point setting screen will appear in the display.

In this way, you can leave the Auto Input function turned on so that channels assigned to Record mode will automatically switch between recording you when record and playback at other times. Playback The D is able to play back eight tracks simultaneously. If the Auto Input setting is on, channels that are set to Record mode can be played simply by pressing the PLAY button, without your having to switch the channel buttons between Record and Play modes.

Effect structure Reverb time 0. Reverb time 0. Effect return 6. In this case, you can use the Effect screen to check the effect settings. The Effect screen will appear. This operation reloads the current song in the state in which it was last saved. The audio data you modified by recording, Track Copy, or Erase operations will not return to its former state.

Naming the copied song You can assign a song name of up to sixteen characters. Play back from the To location to verify that the operation was executed correctly. Setting the locate points To set a locate point, you can either use numeric input in the point setting screen, or store marks beforehand and use these marks. The region will become blank. Before you make settings for this operation, check the virtual track of the DestTrk track from which you will be erasing data.

Deleting track data Delete You can use this operation to delete the data of virtual tracks that are not currently selected for channel tracks 1 through 8, and WAV files other the one that is currently selected for the master track. By deleting unwanted data you can increase the free space the remaining recordable time on the hard drive. If you select master tracks for deletion, all WAV files not assigned to the master track or to a channel track will be deleted.

The computer screen will differ depending on your system. The screens shown here are for Windows XP. Use a USB cable to connect the D to your computer refer to p. MIDI messages used by the D This chart shows the types of MIDI message that the device can transmit and receive. Appendices Troubleshooting Power does not turn on Is the power cable connected to an outlet? Is the MTC setting turned off? Are the synchronization settings of your MIDI sequencer appropriate?

Not supported file. This is an unsupported file format. Song error. The song data contains an error, and cannot be selected or saved. Song Name Error. An identically-named song already exists. Alternatively, use USB mode to delete the directory that has the same name as the song.

System File Error. KORG D has the following structure. Song file details The D has settings that are stored independently for each song, and settings that apply in common to all songs.

You will need to readjust these yourself. Page 3 Printing conventions in this manual Handling of the internal hard disk Do not apply physical shock to this device. Page 4 Table of Contents Introduction Page 5 2. Page 10 5 PAN knobs These knobs adjust the pan position in the stereo field of each channel.

Page 14 Basic operation 1: Setup and demo songs Connect your monitor speakers or headphones, and turn on the power. Page 15

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KORG manuals. Musical Instruments. Complain wrong Brand wrong Model non readable. Checking and connections Connecting your monitoring equipment Turn the D on Listen to the demo song Listening to the demo song again from the beginning 2: Recording Creating a new song

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This simple digital eight-track might appear a bit feature-light, but it could have hidden appeal for DAW users wanting a flexible multitrack audio capture machine. What's quite unusual about it is that it has been designed to look and feel like an eight-channel analogue mixer rather than a state-of-the-art digital recording device. Digital-multitrack designers usually include no more than a few task-assignable channel parameter knobs for all hands-on EQ and effect adjustments, yet the D has a knob for every EQ band, effect-send buss and channel pan, all laid out in traditional mixer style. Korg have even been crafty enough to give the recorder something to my eyes of the look of a Mackie mixer, using white screen-printing on a charcoal-grey chassis.

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Keep these instructions. Heed all warnings. Follow all instructions. Do not use this apparatus near water. Printing conventions in this manual Handling of the internal hard disk Do not apply physical shock to this device. In particular, you must never move this device or apply physical shock while the power is turned on. This can cause part or all of the data on disk to be lost, or may damage the hard disk or interior components.

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