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 Post subject: How to Sync Korg Monologue
PostPosted: Thu Dec 20, 2018 11:02 pm 
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How to sync Korg Monologue with SP-404a


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 Post subject: Re: How to Sync Korg Monologue
PostPosted: Fri Dec 21, 2018 2:54 am 
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Start by reading either manual bro. It’ll b in there.

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Yea, gotta read the manual.

The sp404a only has midi in.

The Korg Monologue has midi out, but it might only be able to play the samples in the 404a (meaning you might only be able to use it as a controller with the sp404a).

If the Korg Monologue has some sort of sequencer you might be able to control the sp404a with the Monologue, but you CANNOT control the Monologue with the sp404a. If the Monologue has a sequencer you MIGHT be able to sync them, but I would be surprised.

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Set 404a and monologue to same tempo. Practice hitting buttons at the same time.


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:57 am 
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Or...

Synchronizing the SP-404A with
another MIDI device
1. Hold down the [SHIFT] button and press the pad
[10] (MIDI SYNC).
2. Turn the [CTRL 3] knob to specify the MIDI sync
mode.
MIDI Sync Mode Description
AUt
(Auto Sync)
When MIDI clock is received, the SP-404A will
automatically synchronize its own tempo to it. If MIDI start/stop/continue messages are received,
the pattern will start/stop playing. MIDI start/ stop/continue will not be received during pattern
recording.
tNp
(Tempo Sync)
When MIDI clock is received, the SP-404A will
automatically synchronize its own tempo to it.
MIDI start/stop/continue messages will not be
received. Select this mode of operation if you want
to play the SP-404A’s patterns later at the desired
timing in synchronization with the performance
of your external MIDI sequencer, so that the two
performances do not begin at the same time.
oFF
(Sync OFF)
MIDI clock and start/stop/continue messages will
not be received. Select this mode of operation
if you only want to play the SP-404A’s samples
using note messages sent by your external MIDI
sequencer.
With the factory settings this is set to “ AUt.”
3. Press the [REC] button so its light is turned off.
MEMO
This setting is retained even while the power is turned
off.
Synchronizing the pattern tempo and playback start/
stop with an external sequencer
With the factory settings, the SP-404A (whose MIDI
synchronization mode will be set to “AUt”) can be con-
nected to your external MIDI sequencer, and the external
MIDI sequencer can control the start/stop and tempo of
the pattern playback.
1. Use a MIDI cable to connect your external MIDI
sequencer’s MIDI OUT to the SP-404A’s MIDI IN
connector.
2. Press the [SELECT] button so the button is lit.
3. While holding down the [HOLD] pad, press the
pad of the pattern you want to play.
If you simply press the pad without pressing the [HOLD]
pad, the pattern will begin playing immediately.
4. When you stop your external MIDI sequencer, the
pattern will stop playing.
If the pattern playback does not start when you start
your external MIDI sequencer, or if the tempo does not
synchronize to your external MIDI sequencer, it is possible
that your external MIDI sequencer is not transmitting
MIDI clock or start/continue/stop messages. Refer to the
owner’s manual of your external MIDI sequencer and check its settings


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