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Table of Contents
Introduction.... 2 Installation... 4 Quick Start... 5 About the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarians Screens and Features. 8 File Types and Description... 19 Menus.... 20 Troubleshooting.... 23
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microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian Owners Manual
Thank you for the Korg microSAMPLER. In order to take full advantage of the software, please read this manual carefully and use the product as directed.
microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian in a Nutshell
The microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian enables you to edit microSAMPLER sample data and effect parameters and transfer them between your microSAMPLER and a computer. The Editor/Librarian also allows you to import WAV or AIFF format audio files and Standard MIDI files from a computer s hard disk.
Do not disconnect the microSAMPLER from the computer or turn off the power to the microSAMPLER during the startup process of the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian. Do not operate the microSAMPLER or the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian during data transfer. Do not disconnect the audio interface for the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian or turn off the power to such the audio interface during the startup process of the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian. Do not connect multiple microSAMPLER units to your computer when you use the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian.
Notes on USB Communication
You cannot use the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian along with a DAW or a similar application software that communicates via MIDI.
The microSAMPLER supports USB-MIDI communication. However, the microSAMPLER communicates with the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian to send or receive large amounts of data, such as samples and pattern data, using non-USB-MIDI standards. Therefore, you cannot use the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian along with a DAW or similar application that communicates via MIDI. Before you start using the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian, close all applications that communicate via MIDI. Also, before using the microSAMPLER as a USB-MIDI device, you should close the microSAMPLER Editor/ Librarian, then start a MIDI-compatible application. With Mac OS X, if you start a MIDI-compatible application while using microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian, all connected MIDI devices will be disabled. In this case, close the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian and all MIDI-compatible applications first, then restart the MIDI-compatible applications.
Mac OS X
Supported computer: Supported OS: Audio Interface: An Apple Macintosh computer that satisfies Mac OS X requirements, with Intel or Power PC processor and USB port Mac OS X 10.4 or later An audio interface that supports CoreAudio and enables output at 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz (Macintosh built-in sound output can also be used.)
Supported computer: Supported OS: Audio interface: A computer that satisfies Microsoft Windows XP/Vista system requirements, with a USB port (Intel USB chipset recommended) Microsoft Windows XP SP3 or later, or Microsoft Windows Vista SP2 or later An audio interface that supports ASIO or Direct Sound and enables output at 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz
Installation on Windows
Follow the steps below to install the software on Windows:
Double-click setup_E.exe to start the installer. The installer screen opens. Follow the instructions on screen to install the software.
Installation on Mac OS X
Follow the steps below to install the software on Mac OS X:
Double-click microSAMPLER Editor.pkg to start the installer. The installer screen opens. Follow the instructions on screen to install the software.
Starting Up microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian
Before you start using the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian in Windows, you must install the Korg USBMIDI driver. Download the driver from the Korg website and install it as directed in the included documentation. (http://www.korg.com/)
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Connect the microSAMPLER to the computer using a USB cable. Turn on the power to the microSAMPLER. Double-click microSAMPLER Editor Librarian in the microSAMPLER folder inside the KORG folder. Mac OS X: Windows: You can find the KORG folder in the Applications folder. You can find the KORG folder by selecting [Start -> All Programs].
The microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian will starts up.
Setting Up microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian
Before using the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian, follow the steps below to check the settings on the microSAMPLER.
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Press the [EDIT] button until it blinks. If it is not blinking, press the [EDIT] button several times until it blinks. Turn the [PARAMETER/FX CONTROL 1] knob to select the GLOBAL page. Press the [EDIT] button to light it. Turn the [PARAMETER/FX CONTROL 1] knob to select PROTECT. If PROTECT is set to ON, turn the [VALUE/FX CONTROL 2] knob to select OFF.
Receiving Bank Data From the microSAMPLER
You can transfer the current bank data from the microSAMPLER to the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian for editing.
On the Transfer menu, select Receive Current Bank. The current bank data will be copied from the microSAMPLER to the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian. During data transfer, do NOT touch the microSAMPLER or the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian.
What is the Current Bank?
Current bank refers to the bank that is currently selected on the microSAMPLER. This includes samples, sample parameters, pattern and effect data, along with tempo, audio-in and effect routing information. The Bank Edit page of the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian enables you to transmit and receive data to and from the current bank of the microSAMPLER. All of this data in the current bank will be lost if you turn off the power to the microSAMPLER or switch to another bank. If you want to keep the data, you must save it to a user bank on the microSAMPLER before turning off the power to the unit or switching banks.
RAM Bank change Save User banks
A B C D E F G H ROM
Receive Current bank
Contents of one bank
Bank parameters BPM AUDIO IN FX SW Pattern sequence data Pattern 16 patterns Sample data Sample and sample parameters 36 sets Effect parameters
To back up the content of microSAMPLERs user banks to the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian, use the Bank Memory Control screen (see page 14).
Editing Sample Data
This section explains how to edit sample data in the Sample Edit page.
Sample Select Keyboard
Click the [EDIT SAMPLES] page select tab to display the Sample Edit page. Click a key on the Sample Select Keyboard where the sample that you wish to edit has been assigned. The selected key will light-up. Use the knobs and switches on the screen to edit the parameters for the selected sample. Use the microSAMPLER to confirm that the pitch and volume parameters have been set appropriatelly.
Loading WAV and AIFF Files
When WAV or AIFF files are imported into the microSAMPLER's Editor/Librarian they will be converted into sample data that is compatible with the microSAMPLER.
In the Sample Edit page, select Open Sample from the File menu. A dialog opens to prompt you to select a file. Select a WAV or AIFF file, then click the [OPEN] button. The selected sample data will be loaded. The microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian supports WAV and AIFF files of 24-bit linear PCM mono and stereo samples at 6/12/24/44.1/48 kHz. A sample file at 44.1 kHz will be automatically converted to a sample file at 48 kHz before being loaded. Samples at any sampling rate other than those specified above can be loaded, but the sample pitch will be changed. If you wish to tune the sample to the original pitch, use the SEMITONE and TUNE sample parameters on the Sample Edit page.
Transmitting Bank Data to microSAMPLER
To reflect edits performed in the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian on the data in the microSAMPLER, you must send the edited bank data to the microSAMPLER. To do so, follow the steps below:
In the Transfer menu, select Transmit to Current Bank. A dialog is displayed to confirm the transmission. Click the [OK] button. The edits of the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian data will be reflected in the current bank of the microSAMPLER. Do not operate the microSAMPLER or the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian during data transfer. Bank data transmitted to the microSAMPLERs current bank will be lost if you turn off the power to the unit or switch to a different bank, unless you save the data in the microSAMPLER. If you want to keep the transmitted data, you must save it in the microSAMPLER.
About the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarians Screens and Features
This section includes an overview of each screen and its function in THE microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian. For details about the parameters, please refer to the Owners Manual that came with the microSAMPLER.
Bank Edit Screen
The following elements are common to the Sample Edit, Effect Edit and Pattern Edit pages.
Bank name Available memory space
[CONNECTED] indicator BANK BPM Page select tabs
Enables you to edit the BANK.NAME (bank name) parameter.
Available memory space
Displays the USED AND available memory for samples and patterns in the bank.
Indicates the status of the connection to the microSAMPLER. It lights up when the microSAMPLER is connected properly.
Page select tabs
Enables you to select the Sample Edit, Effect Edit or Pattern Edit page.
Displays and enables you to edit the BPM (tempo) parameter for the bank.
Sample Edit page
The Sample Edit page enables you to edit and control sample data.
[RECEIVE] button [TRANSMIT] button Sample Select Keyboard [LOAD] button [WAVE EDITOR] button [DELETE] button Name of the original sample
[AUDIO IN FX] button Sample parameters
Level meters [AUTO SCROLL] button [AUTO PLAY] button [PLAY SELECTION] button Sample waveform Zoom in/out Sample parameters [PROCESS] button [EDIT] button [SELECT] button Preview button
Enables you to select a sample to edit. To swap a sample location, click on the original key and drag to another key. To copy a sample, press and hold down the [Ctrl] key in Windows or the [option] key on Mac, click on the original key and drag to another location.
Initiates the transfer of a sample from the microSAMPLERs current bank to the Sample Select Keyboard of microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian.
Transmits a sample from the selected key on the Sample Select Keyboard to the microSAMPLERs current bank.
[AUDIO IN FX] button
Enables you to edit the AUDIO IN FX SW bank parameter.
Sample parameter sections
These sections display and enable you to edit the sample parameter settings.
Assigns and loads sample data from the file into the selected key on the Sample Select Keyboard.
Deletes a sample assigned to the selected key of the Sample Select Keyboard.
[WAVE EDITOR] button
Displays the Waveform Editor.
Name of the original sample
Displays the name of the loaded audio file. Names with more than 16 characters will be truncated. Names with non-alphanumerical characters may not display correctly.
Plays the sample assigned to the currently-selected sample key on the computer. The playback of the sample will not reflect the pitch, volume or other parameter settings.
Selects All or converts the selected range into Start and End point settings.
Opens the Edit menu for the sample waveform.
Processes an entire sample waveform, for examples converting the sampling rate.
Display the preview playback volume level.
[PLAY SELECTION] button
Modifies waveform preview playback. Turn this On to preview only the selected range of the waveform.
[AUTO PLAY] button
Turns the Auto Play function On and Off. Turn the Auto Playback function On to automatically play a sample whenever you select the Sample Select key where the sample is assigned.
Turns the Auto Scroll function On and Off. Turn the Auto Scroll function On to automatically scroll the sample waveform during sample preview playback.
This area displays the waveform of the sample assigned to the selected Sample Select key. You can select a range of the waveform by clicking and dragging the mouse over the waveform.
Enlarge or shrink the size of the sample waveform display.
Effect Edit Page
This page enables you to specify the effect type and various effect parameter settings.
[RECEIVE] button [TRANSMIT] button
Initiates the transfer of effect data from the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian to the microSAMPLER's current bank.
Transmits the effect data from the microSAMPLER's current bank to the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian.
Effect parameter section
This section displays and enables you to edit the effect type and each effects parameters.
Pattern Edit Page
The Pattern Edit page enables you to edit and control pattern data.
[RECEIVE] button [TRANSMIT] button [LOAD] button [SAVE] button [IMPORT SMF] button [EXPORT SMF] button Pattern data list
Initiates the transfer of data for all 16 patterns from the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian to the microSAMPLER's current bank.
Transmits data for all 16 patterns from the microSAMPLER'S current bank to the microSAMPLER Editor/ Librarian.
Loads data for all 16 patterns from the Pattern Set file.
Saves data for all 16 patterns to the computer as the Pattern Set file.
[IMPORT SMF] button
Imports a Standard MIDI File into the selected pattern. The content of the MIDI channel specified by Global MIDI Channel under the microSAMPLER settings option in the Preference menu will be loaded as pattern data to be used in Sample mode. The content of the MIDI channel specified by Keyboard MIDI Channel will be loaded as patterns to be used in Keyboard mode. Program Change messages on the MIDI channel specified as Keyboard MIDI Channel will be loaded as sample numbers to be used in Keyboard mode.
[EXPORT SMF] button
Exports data for the selected pattern to the computer as a Standard MIDI File. Patterns to be used in Sample mode will be saved on the MIDI channel specified by Global MIDI Channel under the microSAMPLER settings option in the Preference menu. Patterns to be used in Keyboard mode will be saved on the MIDI channel specified by Keyboard MIDI Channel. Sample numbers to be used in Keyboard mode will be saved as Program Change messages.
Pattern data list
This list displays and enables you to edit settings for the 16 patterns. To swap pattern locations, click on the pattern number, then, drag and drop the pattern data into the desired pattern location. To copy a pattern, press and hold down the [Ctrl] key in Windows or the [option] key on a Mac, click on the pattern that you would like to copy and drag to another location.
The Bank Edit screen enables you to view the hierarchy (tree) of directories (folders) and files on the computers hard disk.
Preview button [AUTO PLAY]button
Plays a preview of the audio file selected in the file browser.
Switches the Auto Play function On and Off. Turn the Auto Play function On to automatically play an audio file when you select the file in the file browser.
Displays the files on the computers hard disk. You can select audio and file trees and import them into the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian.
microSAMPLER Bank Memory Control Screen
The microSAMPLER Bank Memory Control screen enables you to back up all of the microSAMPLER data, restore memory on the microSAMPLER using the backup file, and write and receive bank data to and from the microSAMPLERs specified user banks. To access the Bank Memory Control screen, select Control Bank Memory in the File menu.
Backup All Data
You can back up all of the microSAMPLER user bank data and global data.
RAM Bank change User banks
A B C D E F G H
Click the [BACKUP] button. A dialog opens to prompt you to select a file. Specify the location where you want to save the data, enter the file name, then click the [SAVE] button. microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian receives global data and data from eight user banks, and saves the data as a backup file in the computer. Do not touch the microSAMPLER or the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian during data transfer.
Restore From Backup File
You can use the backup file to restore the data to the microSAMPLER.
Click the [RESTORE] button. A dialog opens to prompt you to select a file. Select the backup file, then click the [OPEN] button. Data for the eight banks and global data will be transmitted to and stored in the microSAMPLERs user banks. Do not touch the microSAMPLER or the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian during data transfer.
Receive Bank Data
The microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian can receive bank data from a specified user bank of the microSAMPLER and save the data as a file on your computer.
Receive bank data
RAM Bank change
A B C D E
Select the button for the microSAMPLER user bank where you want the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian to receive data from. Click the [RECEIVE] button. A dialog opens to prompt you to specify a file. Specify the location where you want to store the file, enter the file name, then click the [SAVE] button. microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian will receive the bank data from the specified microSAMPLER user bank and save it as a file on your computer. Do not touch the microSAMPLER or the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian during data transfer.
Write Bank Data
The microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian can load Bank Data files stored in the computer, then transmit and save individual bank data to the corresponding user banks on the microSAMPLER.
Write bank data
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Click the file select button located to the right of the file name field. A dialog opens to prompt you to select a file. Select the desired Bank Data file, then click the [OPEN] button. Select the button for the bank containing the data that you wish to save to the microSAMPLER. Click the [WRITE] button. Bank data for the specified bank will be transferred to and saved in the corresponding user bank on the microSAMPLER. Do not touch the microSAMPLER or the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian during data transfer.
Select Preferences. on the Edit menu to open the Preferences panel.
Displays an alarm prior to bank data transmission
Check this box if you would like a prompt to appear when you attempt to transmit bank data to the microSAMPLER.
You can specify your preferred knob operation method. Linear: Drag the mouse up and down to operate the knobs. Circular: Drag the mouse in circular motion to operate the knobs.
Specifies an audio device tfor all sample playback.
Specifies the buffer size of the selected audio device. If the playback of a preview sample is interrupted, set this size to a higher value. If there is a delay from the time you initiate the sample and when it plays, set this to a lower value.
On this tab page, you can set the Global parameters for the microSAMPLER. For more distorted on the Global parameters, please refer to the microSAMPLER Owners Manual.
Loads the Global parameters from the microSAMPLER.
Writes the Global parameters to the microSAMPLER. You cannot use the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian to change the Global MIDI Channel, Keyboard MIDI Channel, MIDI Routing and Memory Protect settings of the microSAMPLER.
File Types and Description
The following file types can be loaded and saved in microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian:
Type Backup file Bank Data file
Description A set of data for eight banks and global settings. Data for one bank, which includes data for 36 samples, effects and 16 patterns.
Extension msmpl_all msmpl_bank
Sample Data file
Data for one sample, which includes a sample and its parameters.
Pattern Set file Global Data file
Data for 16 patterns Global data
File Menu Options
Creates new bank data.
Loads bank data from a Bank Data file.
Overwrites a Bank Data file with the bank data currently being edited.
Save the bank data currently being edited to the computer with a new name.
Refresh File Browser
Updates the file browser to the latest information.
Control Bank Memory
Displays the Bank Memory Control screen.
Closes microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian.
Menu options available when the Sample Edit page is displayed:
Loads sample data from the file.
Saves sample data as a Sample Data file to the computer with a new name.
Export Sample in WAV Format
Exports sample data in WAV format to the computer with a new name.
Export Sample in AIFF format
Exports sample data in AIFF format to the computer with a new name.
Menu options available when the Pattern Edit page is displayed:
Open Pattern Set File
Loads data for 16 patterns from a Pattern Set file.
Save Pattern Set File
Saves data for 16 patterns as a Pattern Set file to the computer with a new name.
Import Pattern Data from SMF
Imports a Standard MIDI File into the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian.
Export Pattern Data to SMF
Exports pattern data to a Standard MIDI File format with a new name.
Edit Menu Options
Cancels the previous operation.
Restores the setting to the status obtained prior to the undo operation.
Displays the Preferences panel.
Menu options when the Sample Edit page is displayed:
Cuts the sample data of the selected Sample Select key.
Copies the sample data of the selected Sample Select key.
Pastes the cut or copied sample data to the selected Sample Select key.
Clears the sample data from the selected Sample Select key.
Selects the entire range of the waveform.
Select Between Start/End Points
Selects the range between the Start and End points in the sample.
Convert Range to Start/End Points
Converts the selected range in the sample into Start and End points.
Cuts the selected pattern data.
Copies the selected pattern data.
Pastes the cut or copied pattern data.
Clears the selected pattern data.
Transfer Menu Options
Receive Current Bank
Receives data from the microSAMPLERs current bank.
Transmit to Current Bank
Transmits bank data from the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian to the microSAMPLERs current bank.
Receive Sample Data
Receives sample data from the microSAMPLERs current bank.
Transmit Sample Data
Transmits sample data from the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian to the microSAMPLERs current bank.
Menu options available when the Effect Edit page is displayed:
Receive Effect Data
Receives effect data from the microSAMPLERs current bank.
Transmit Effect Data
Transmits effect data from the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian to the microSAMPLERs current bank.
Receive Pattern Set
Receives a data set of 16 patterns from the microSAMPLERs current bank.
Transmit Pattern Set
Transmits a data set of 16 patterns from the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian to the microSAMPLERs current bank.
Help Menu Option
Displays the version information for the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian.
microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian does not start.
Make sure that your computer satisfies the system requirements. Make sure that no other applications are running. If any other application is running, the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian may fail to start or transfer data. Close all other applications, then check the operation of the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian.
Data transfer fails.
Make sure that the connected computer recognizes the microSAMPLER. On Windows XP, check this on the Hardware tab by selecting [Control Panel -> Sound and Audio Device -> Hardware]. On Windows Vista, verify this on the Sound, Video and Game Controllers tab by selecting [Control Panel -> Hardware and Sound -> Display Hardware and Device -> Device Manager -> Sound, Video and Game Controllers]. On Mac OS X, check this on the MIDI Device tab by selecting [Applications -> Utilities -> Audio MIDI Setting -> MIDI Device]. After making sure that the microSAMPLER is recognized, close the Audio MIDI Setting panel. In a Windows environment, check to see if the latest Korg USB-MIDI driver has been installed. You can download the driver from the Korg website: http://www.korg.com/ Check to see if any applications that use MIDI-based communication other than the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian are running. If such applications are running, microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian will be unable to communicate with the microSAMPLER. Close the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian and all MIDI-compatible applications, then restart the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian. Make sure that the GLOBAL page PROTECT setting on the microSAMPLER is turned OFF. If it is ON, change the setting to OFF. Check the size of the microSAMPLER data. Even if the memory space in the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian is still available, transmitting sample data and/or pattern data may fail if the current bank on the microSAMPLER has insufficient available memory space. Execute Transmit to Current Bank to send the entire bank data from the microSAMPLER Editor/Librarian to the current bank on the microSAMPLER.
Make sure that your audio interface satisfies the operational requirements.
Raise the value of Buffer Size on the Audio Device page in the Preferences panel. This may improve skipping sound problems.
2. New types of sampling functionality
You can choose from ve different sampling methods to suit your needs. For example, KEY GATE lets you record multiple samples consecutively by using the keys as REC switches. AUTO NEXT lets you automatically sample onto multiple keys one after the other.
3. Pattern sequencer
You can use the built-in pattern sequencer to quickly and easily record your keyboard performance in realtime and play it back. Quantization is also provided.
4. Built-in ROM bank samples
The built-in ROM bank contains 36 samples and 16 pattern sequences.
5. Effects to add the nishing touch
The microSAMPLER lets you apply one of 21 different types of effects to your samples.
6. Editor/Librarian software
You can connect the microSAMPLER to your computer via USB, and use the microSAMPLERs dedicated editor/librarian software to conveniently manage samples or edit parameters.
Thank you for purchasing the microSAMPLER sampling keyboard. In order to take full advantage of your new instrument, please read this manual carefully and use the product as directed.
7. Natural touch mini-keyboard
An overview of the microSAMPLER
Audio, voice, etc.
Banks and memory
Bank change Save
External input Add effects
Play the keyboard
Pattern sequencer Patterns Bank parameters Contents of one bank
Pattern sequence data
Sample data Sample and sample 36 parameters patterns Effect parameters
This records (samples) sounds such as an instrumental or vocal performance, and plays it back.
AUDIO IN FX SW
This applies various effects to the recorded samples. You can choose from 21 different effects.
Use the keyboard to play the samples.
Sampling, recording into the pattern sequencer, and parameter editing operations are performed in RAM. All of this data will be lost when you turn off the power. If you want to keep the data, you must save it to a user bank before turning off the power (p.41 Saving (writing)). You cant save to the ROM bank.
This lets you arrange your samples into musical patterns. You can also play the samples automatically by playing back performance data.
Front and rear panels
1. Front panel
1. [VOLUME] knob
This adjusts the volume that is output from the OUTPUT [L/MONO], [R] jacks and the headphone jack.
2. [TAP TEMPO] button
You can set the tempo by pressing this button several times at the desired interval. The button will blink in time with the tempo.
b. [SAMPLE SELECT] knob In Keyboard mode, this knob selects one of the samples that are assigned to Sample mode. When you operate the [SAMPLE SELECT] knob, the keyboard LED of the assigned sample will blink. c. [LOOP HOLD] button By holding down the [LOOP HOLD] button and pressing a key to which a sample is assigned, you can turn the Hold status on/off. If Hold is on, playback will continue even when you take your nger off the currently-playing key. This is available only if the sample parameter PLAY.TYPE (p.28) is set to LOOP ON.
3. KEYBOARD section
a. [KEYBOARD] / [SAMPLE] buttons These buttons switch the keyboard function to Keyboard mode (p.16) or Sample mode (p.16).
microSAMPLER 4. PATTERN SEQUENCER section
a. [PATTERN] dial Use this to select a pattern location in the pattern sequencer. b. [MUTE] button This allows you to prevent the sample of the selected key from sounding. (p.34 Using the mute function) c. [PLAY/STOP] button Starts and stops the pattern sequence. d. [REC] button This switches the pattern sequencer between record-ready, start, and stop. To edit sample parameters other than the above, use the [EDIT] button to select the SAMPLE page. (p.28 2. Sample parameters)
When youre in Sample mode, pressing a key will select the current sample (p.18) and make the corresponding LED blink. If you press the right-most key, its keyboard LED will blink and youll hear the sound thats being input from the AUDIO IN jacks (p.18 Listening to the sound from the AUDIO IN jacks). When youre playing back samples, the LED of the key to which the currently-playing sample is assigned will be lit. When youre in Keyboard mode, the LED of the key to which the sample selected in Sample mode is assigned will blink. By holding down the [EDIT] button and pressing a key thats labeled with the name of an edit page, you can take a shortcut to that edit page. If youve pressed the [EDIT] button to make the button light, the key thats labeled with the corresponding edit page will light when you operate the [PARAMETER/FX CONTROL 1] knob.
2. Rear panel
1. [DC9V] connector
Connect the included AC adapter here.
5. AUDIO IN [
Connect the AC adapter to the microSAMPLER rst, and then plug the adapter into an AC outlet.
Set this to the LINE position if an audio device or rhythm machine is connected to the AUDIO IN [L/MONO] and [R] jacks. Set this to the position if a mic is connected to the front panel AUDIO IN [ MIC] connector.
2. Power switch
Turns the power on/off.
6. AUDIO IN [L/MONO], [R] jacks
Connect these jacks to the audio device or rhythm machine youre using as a sampling source. If youre using a monaural source, connect the [L/ MONO] connector.
3. [USB] connector
This can be connected to your computer, allowing MIDI data to be transmitted and received. You can also use editor/librarian software to edit the microSAMPLERs parameters. You must install the Korg USB-MIDI driver if you want to use the USB connection. Download the driver free of charge from the Korg website, and install it as directed by the included documentation.
7. AUDIO IN [GAIN] knob
This adjusts the input gain for the AUDIO IN [L/MONO], [R] jacks or the AUDIO IN [ MIC] jack.
8. OUTPUT [L/MONO], [R] jacks
Connect these jacks to your powered monitors, stereo amp, mixer, or multi-track recorder. If youre using a monaural connection, connect the [L/MONO] jack.
These connectors let you connect the microSAMPLER to external MIDI devices so that MIDI messages can be transmitted and received. [MIDI IN] connector Receives MIDI messages. [MIDI OUT] connector Transmits MIDI messages.
9. Headphone jack
Connect your headphones (stereo phone plug) to this jack.
The illustration below shows some typical connections for the microSAMPLER.
1. Connecting your monitor amp or mixer etc. to the output jacks
Connect the microSAMPLERs OUTPUT [L/MONO], [R] jacks to the INPUT jacks of your mixer or powered monitors. If youre using a monaural connection, connect the OUTPUT [L/MONO] jack.
2. Connecting your audio device to the input jack(s)
If you want to sample the sound from an audio device or rhythm machine, connect your devices OUTPUT jacks to the AUDIO IN [L/MONO], [R] jacks, and set the AUDIO IN [ /LINE] switch to the LINE position (p.12).
3. Connecting the mic
to AC outlet
AC adapter (included)
MIDI keyboard, sound module, rhythm machine, etc.
A mic is included with the microSAMPLER. To attach the mic, connect it to the front panel AUDIO IN [ MIC] connector. If you want to use a mic to sample your voice, connect the mic to the AUDIO IN [ MIC] jack, and set the rear panel AUDIO IN [ /LINE] switch to the position (p.12). When disconnecting the mic, grasp its connector and pull it out. Do not use excessive force when connecting or disconnecting the mic. Do not apply excessive force to the gooseneck of the mic. Be aware of the mics output level when making connections.
Monitor speakers (with built-in amplier)
Turn off the power before you make connections. Careless operation may damage your speaker system or cause malfunctions.
4. Connecting your MIDI equipment and/or computer
Make these connections if you want to use the microSAMPLERs keyboard or controllers to control an external MIDI sound module, or if you want to use another MIDI keyboard or sequencer to play the microSAMPLERs sounds (p.42 Using the microSAMPLER with other MIDI devices).
1. Before you power up
Connect the AC adapter
1. 2. 3.
Make sure that the microSAMPLERs power is turned off. Connect the included AC adapter to the rear panel [DC9V IN] connector. Use only the included AC adapter. Using any other AC adapter may cause malfunctions. Plug the AC adapter into an AC outlet. Be sure to use a AC outlet of the correct voltage as marked on the AC adapter.
Played at a lower pitch Played at a higher pitch
If you press a key to which no sample is assigned
The sample assigned to the key above the key you pressed will play. The sample will be played at an adjusted speed (pitch) corresponding to the pitch of the key you pressed. The key LED for the sample that is playing will light.
3. Playing the pattern sequence data
The ROM bank also contains 16 patterns for the pattern sequencer. Heres how to play back these patterns.
In this mode, the single sample that you selected will be played by all thirtyseven keys at the corresponding pitches of the keyboard. The sample assigned to the C4 key will play at the same pitch as when it was sampled.
Use the [PATTERN] dial to select the pattern (116) that you want to play. For this example, well select pattern 1. Press the [PLAY/STOP] button; the pattern will play. Press the [PLAY/STOP] button once again; the pattern will stop.
Press the [KEYBOARD] button. The keyboard will be in Keyboard mode. Use the [SAMPLE SELECT] knob to select one of the samples that was assigned in Sample mode. When you operate the [SAMPLE SELECT] knob, the key LEDs to which samples are assigned will blink consecutively. Press the keyboard to play back the sample. The C4 key will play the sample at its original pitch, and other keys will play the sample at correspondingly higher or lower pitches relative to C4. The key LED for the sample assigned in Sample mode will be lit-up.
Use the [PATTERN] dial to try out other patterns.
The illustration below shows the process of sampling, in which the level of the analog signal is read as digital data at xed intervals along the time axis.
When you sample from a mic, the sound of operations performed on the microSAMPLER (e.g., the sound of a button being pressed) might be captured as well. If this is a problem, you can take the steps described on the pages listed below. (p.24 TRIGGER) (p.40 STRT.TRIM/END TRIM)
Analog waveform Time
48 kHz = 48000 times each second = 0.0208 mS intervals
In this example, well sample the output from your audio device or rhythm machine. First well make preparations for inputting from the AUDIO IN [L/MONO] and [R] jacks.
2. Setting the tempo
You can specify the tempo either by using the Tap Tempo function (p.18 Using the Tap Tempo function) or by setting the Tempo parameter (p.22 BPM). This tempo is stored as the original tempo (p.31 ORIG BPM (Original BPM)) of the sample that were going to sample.
Using the Tap Tempo function
You can specify the tempo by pressing a button at regular intervals in time with the beat. The tempo will change when youve pressed the button twice. For greater accuracy, its best to press the button several times.
Use the [SAMPLING TYPE] switch to select ONE SHOT. Select either Keyboard mode or Sample mode. Press the [SAMPLING] button. The SAMPLING button will blink green, and youll be in samplingsetup mode. If youre in Keyboard mode, switch to Sampling mode. At this time, youll be able to hear the audio input for monitoring. The volume will depend on the sampling parameter LEVEL. Press a key to specify the key to which the sample data will be assigned. The key LED of the key you pressed will blink. This key will be the current sample.
What is the current sample?
The current sample refers to the key to which your sampling operations will apply. This will be the key that you pressed most recently in Sample mode (the key LED will blink). When you turn on the power, the C4 key is selected as the current sample.
The [EDIT] button will light; now you can set the sampling parameters (p.23). Use the [PARAMETER/FX CONTROL 1] knob to select a sampling parameter, and use the [VALUE/FX CONTROL 2] knob to specify its value. The sampling parameters let you select the sampling rate, monaural or stereo, the way in which sampling will be triggered, the sampling time, the volume during sampling, and the effect position setting. Set these parameters as shown below.
Sampling parameter RATE MONO/ST TRIGGER TIME LEVEL FX POS Value 48K STEREO SMPL SW 2/1 +0.0 dB MST FX
If you want sampling to start automatically
In step 4, use the [PARAMETER/FX CONTROL 1] knob to select the TRIGGER parameter (p.24). Use the [VALUE/FX CONTROL 2] knob to select a value in the range of THRE 01.10, and then press the [SAMPLING] button. The [SAMPLING] button will blink orange; the microSAMPLER will be in sample-standby mode, and sampling will begin automatically when the input reaches the threshold volume level you specied.
This species the tempo. You can also set this by using the tap tempo function (p.18 Using the Tap Tempo function).
Press the [EDIT] button to make it blink. If the [EDIT] button is not blinking, press it again until it blinks. 2. Use the [PARAMETER/FX CONTROL 1] knob to select the BANK page. 3. Press the [EDIT] button to make it light-up. 4. Use the [PARAMETER FX CONTROL 1] knob to select the desired bank parameter, and use the [VALUE/FX CONTROL 2] knob to set its value. If you want to change banks (BANK CHG) or initialize the contents of a bank (INIT.BANK), proceed to the steps explained below. 5. Press the [ENTER/SHIFT] button. 6. When the display asks SURE?, press the [ENTER/SHIFT] button once again. If you decide not to execute the operation, press the [EXIT] button to return to step 4.
AUDIO IN FX SW.... [OFF, ON]
This species whether the effect will be applied to the sound from AUDIO IN. OFF The effect will not be applied to AUDIO IN. ON The effect will be applied to AUDIO IN. If youre sampling with FX POS (p.24) set to AUDIO IN, the effect will be applied to AUDIO IN regardless of this setting.
This initializes the contents of the currently selected bank. The bank will be initialized, and the display will indicate COMPLETE. If you decide to cancel without initializing the bank, press the [EXIT] button.
3. Selecting the sampling type
On the microSAMPLER, you can choose one of ve types of sampling. Use the [SAMPLING TYPE] switch to select the sampling type.
Sampling type LOOP Explanation This mode is used for sampling entire phrases, loops or grooves; match the BPM to the tempo of the sample source for the best results. This mode is best for sampling hits, effects, and other one-shot sounds where you want the entire sample to play even if you release the key immediately. This mode is for more traditional instrument style sampling; the playback of the sample will be controlled by the keyboard playback will stop when you release the key. This mode is used to automatically place multiple samples on successive keys. The sampling time and threshold level determine the duration and start of each sample. Match the BPM to the tempo of the sample source for the best results. Using this intuitive mode, pressing a key begins sampling and assigns the sample to the key. To cease sampling, simply release the key.
This section explains how to select the sampling source and capture a sample. The sampled sound is assigned to the key (C3.B5) you specify.
1. The number of simultaneously playable samples
The microSAMPLER is able to play up to 14 samples simultaneously. A sample whose sample parameter BPM SYNC (p.28) is set to TIME.STRC will require twice as many resources. Number of simultaneously playable samples
This species the length of the pattern to be recorded, in units of measures.
Canceling the mute function
KB.MD.SMPL (Keyboard Mode Sample No.). [SMPL 01.36]
For each pattern, this species the sample number that will be played in Keyboard mode.
While holding down the [MUTE] button, press the key that you want to un-mute, making the button go dark. The sample of the key you pressed will be un-muted; when the pattern sequencer plays, the sample of that key will be heard.
QUANTIZE...[OFF, 8, 8 TRI, 16, 16TRI, 32]
When you record a pattern by playing the keyboard, it is sometimes difcult to avoid inaccuracies in your timing. The quantize function automatically corrects these inaccuracies, making the timing perfect. By specifying the desired quantize value, you can make the notes line up with precise 8th note or 16th note timing intervals.
Parameter value OFF TRI TRI 32 Meaning Quantization will not be applied Timing will be adjusted to 8th notes Timing will be adjusted to 8th note triplets Timing will be adjusted to 16th notes Timing will be adjusted to 16th note triplets Timing will be adjusted to 32nd notes
5. Recording additional material into the pattern thats playing
You can record an additional performance from the keyboard into the pattern thats playing.
While the pattern is playing, press the [REC] button. The [REC] button will blink, and the microSAMPLER will be in pattern record standby mode. Press the [REC] button once again. Recording will begin. Play the keys that you want to add. To stop recording without stopping playback, press the [REC] button. Recording will end, but the pattern will continue playing. Once again press the [PLAY/STOP] button to stop playback.
4. Playing a pattern
Use the [PATTERN] dial to select the pattern (116) that you want to play. Press the [PLAY/STOP] button to play the pattern. Press the [PLAY/STOP] button once again to stop playback.
6. Editing a pattern
Heres how to delete unwanted key data from a recorded performance, so that the corresponding samples will not be triggered.
Using the mute function
Delay time when BPM SYNC is off
If BPM SYNC is off, you can specify the delay time in msec (millisecond) units. If the delay time multiplied by TM RATIO would exceed the allowable range of the setting, a symbol is shown at the right of the TM RATIO and delay time value, and the delay time will be the maximum allowable value.
Reference guide Delay time when BPM SYNC is on
If BPM SYNC is on, the delay time will synchronize to the tempo you specied using the [TAP TEMPO] button or the BPM (p.22) setting, or to external MIDI clock data. This is useful for live performances. If BPM SYNC is on, you can specify the delay time as a note value. For example: If BPM SYNC: ON, TM RATIO: 100%, L DELAY: 1/8, and R DELAY: . 3/16, the left channel delay time will be an 8th note and the right channel delay time will be a dotted 8th note. If the delay time multiplied by TM RATIO would exceed the allowable range of the setting, a symbol is shown at the right of the TM RATIO, and the delay time will be half the specied value. If half the specied value would still exceed the allowable range, the delay time will be 1/4th, 1/8th, 1/16th etc. of the specied value.
These parameters let you adjust settings such as metronome, MIDI channel, and memory protect. ON The metronome will be heard during pattern sequencer playback or recording. Pattern sequencer recording will start without a count.
Press the [EDIT] button to make it blink. If the [EDIT] button is not blinking, press it again until it blinks. Use the [PARAMETER/FX CONTROL 1] knob to select the GLOBAL page. Press the [EDIT] button to make it light. Use the [PARAMETER/CONTROL 1] knob to select the desired global parameters, and make settings that apply to the entire microSAMPLER. The indicator will appear when you select the GLOBAL page.
LCD.LIGHT (LCD backlight mode).. [OFF, AUTO, ON]
This species the display backlight mode. OFF The backlight will be off. AUTO The backlight will illuminate when you operate a knob or press a button. After a time, the backlight will turn off. ON The backlight will remain on constantly.
PROTECT (Memory protect)... [OFF, ON]
The memory protect setting lets you disable writing into memory, in order to keep data from being accidentally rewritten. If you want to save the data youve edited, youll need to turn memory protect off. OFF Samples and pattern sequences can be saved. ON Samples and pattern sequences cannot be saved.
Function and parameter list
METRONOME (Metronome).[OFF, REC 0, REC 1, REC 2, REC ON]
This species how the metronome will function. Its convenient to use the metronome when you record into the pattern sequencer. OFF The metronome will not be heard. Pattern sequencer recording will start without a count. REC 0, 1, 2 Specify the number of measures before recording will begin. When you press the [REC] button from the pattern sequencer recordstandby mode, there will be a count for the specied number of measures at the current tempo, and then pattern sequencer recording will begin. The metronome will be heard during recording. With the REC 0 setting, pattern sequencer recording will start without a count.
SYNC.NOTE (LFO Sync Note)
.. [DRY, 99:1.1:99, WET]
FLT TYPE (Filter Type).. [LPF24 (24 dB/oct), LPF18 (18 dB/oct), LPF12 (12 dB/oct), HPF12 (12 dB/oct), BPF12 (12 dB/oct)]
Selects the lter type.
Species the ratio of the LFO frequency relative to the tempo specied by BPM (p.22). Relative to the tempo, the length of the specied value (note value) will be one LFO cycle. For example with a setting of 1/4, one beat will be one cycle. With a setting of 3/4, three beats will be one cycle. If you assign this parameter to a knob, turning LFO SYNC off will change the assignment to LFO FREQ.
LFO WAVE (LFO Waveform).[SAW, SQUARE, TRIANGLE, SINE, S&H]
Selects the LFO waveform.
Species the lters cutoff frequency.
Adjusts the lters resonance.
Adjusts the input level to the effect.
MOD.DEPTH (Modulation Depth) RESPONSE (Modulation Response)
Adjusts the LFO waveform.
S&H The amplitude will change randomly (Sample & Hold)
Adjusts the depth of modulation produced by the LFO. Adjusts the response of the modulation effect. With a setting of 0, the response will be slow.
LFO SYNC (LFO Tempo Sync)... [OFF, ON]
Species whether the LFO cycle will be synchronized to the tempo specied by BPM (p.22) or to MIDI clock. OFF The LFO will function according to the frequency specied by LFO FREQ. ON The LFO will synchronize to the tempo or to MIDI clock.
KEY SYNC (LFO Key Sync).. [OFF, ON]
Species whether the LFO will be reset at note-on.
Adjusts the input level to the equalizer.
B1 TYPE... [PEAKING, SHELV LO]
Selects the equalizer type for band 1.
Band1 / Band4 Type
+Gain 3dB Band4 Type=Shelving High Band4 Type=Peaking
OFF The LFOs phase will not be reset at note-on. ON The rst note-on from a state in which no keys are pressed will reset the LFO to the phase specied by INI.PHASE. For subsequent note-ons, modulation is applied at that phase. This is valid when a note-on occurs on the global MIDI channel.
0dB Band1 Type=Shelving Low Band1 Type=Peaking 3dB Band1 Cutoff Band4 Cutoff
B1 FREQ (B1 Frequency)..[20 Hz.20.00 kHz]
Species the center frequency of band 1.
INI.PHASE (LFO Init Phase).. [0.180]
Species the starting point of the LFO waveform. With a setting of 0, the LFO will start at the beginning of the waveform when note-on occurs. With a setting of 180, the LFO will start at the mid-point of the waveform when note-on occurs. This parameter is visible and can be edited if KEY SYNC is ON.
B1 Q.... [0.5.10.0] Effect parameters
Species the width of band 1. This parameter will be visible and editable if B1 TYPE is set to PEAKING.
Adjusts the gain of band 1.
B2 FREQ (B2 Frequency)..[20 Hz.20.00 kHz]
Species the center frequency of band 2.
3. BAND EQ (4Band EQ)
This is a stereo EQ that allows you to select the type independently.
B2 Q.... [0.5.10.0]
Species the width of band 2.
Band1 Band2 Band3 Band4
PEQ Trim LEQ PEQ PEQ PEQ HEQ Dry / Wet
Adjusts the gain of band 2.
B3 FREQ (B3 Frequency)..[20 Hz.20.00 kHz]
Species the center frequency of band 3.
LEQ PEQ PEQ PEQ
HEQ PEQ Dry / Wet
B3 Q.... [0.5.10.0]
Species the width of band 3.
Adjusts the gain of band 3.
B4 TYPE.. [PEAKING, SHELV HI]
Selects the equalizer type for band 4.
B4 FREQ (B4 Frequency)..[20 Hz.20.00 kHz]
Species the center frequency of band 4.
B1 Q.... [0.5.10.0]
Species the width of band 1.
B4 Q.... [0.5.10.0]
Species the width of band 4. This parameter is visible and can be edited if B4 TYPE is set to PEAKING.
.. [18.0.+18.0 dB]
B2 FREQ (B2 Frequency).. [20 Hz.20.00 kHz]
Adjusts the gain of band 4.
4. DISTORT (Distortion)
Left Dry / Wet Feedback = PRE Trim High Damp Feedback = POST
MODE... [SLOW, MEDIUM, FAST]
Selects the pitch shifters operating mode. The SLOW setting produces minimal change in tonal character. The FAST setting allows fast response to pitch change. The MEDIUM setting is mid-way between these two settings. Try using FAST if you need only a small amount of pitch change, or use SLOW if you need to shift the pitch by a substantial amount.
20. TALK MOD (Talking Modulator)
DRY/WET.. [DRY, 99:1.1:99, WET].. [24.+24]
This effect gives the input signal the characteristic of a person speaking.
PITCH (Pitch Shift)
Adjusts the amount of pitch shift in steps of one cent.
Drive Talking Modulator A - I- U - E- O
Right LFO Mod Depth Voice Top: A Voice Center: I Voice Bottom: U Dry / Wet
TM RATIO (Time Ratio).. [BPM SYNC OFF: 0.5.400.0% (OVER) /BPM SYNC ON: 12.5.400.0% (OVER)]
DELAY (Delay Time)..[0.500 ms, 1/64.1/1]
The delay time is determined by this value and the TM RATIO value. If BPM SYNC is OFF, this can be adjusted in a range of 0500 ms. If BPM SYNC is ON, the delay time is specied by the resolution you select here relative to the tempo specied by BPM (p.22) or MIDI clock.
.. [DRY, 99:1.1:99, WET]...[BOTTOM, 62.01, CENTER, +01.+62, TOP]
VO CTRL (Voice Control)
Controls the voice pattern.
FB POS (FB Position)... [PRE, POST]
Switches the feedback connection.
VO TOP (Voice Top)
...[A, I, U, E, O]..[A, I, U, E, O]
Species the vowel at the top of the control range.
Adjusts the amount of feedback.
VO.CENTER (Voice Center)
Species the vowel at the center of the control range.
Adjusts the amount of pitch shift in semitone steps.
VO.BOTTOM (Voice Bottom).. [A, I, U, E, O] LFO SYNC (LFO Tempo Sync).. [OFF, ON]
Species the vowel at the bottom of the control range. Example: when VO TOP is A, VO.CENTER is I, and VO.BOTTOM is U If MOD.DEPTH= +63, varying the modulation source value will shift the vocal character through the vowels Aaa (Voice Top) Eee (Voice Center) Uuu (Voice Bottom). If MOD.DEPTH= 63, the vocal character will be shifted through the vowels Uuu (Voice Bottom) Eee (Voice Center) Aaa (Voice Top). If MOD.DEPTH= 0, the vocal character will be xed at Eee (Voice Center).
Is your power amp or headphones connected to the correct connector? (p.13) Is your connected power amp or other system powered-on, and is the volume turned up? Is the [VOLUME] knob turned up so that sound will be audible? Is the GLOBAL page LOCAL setting turned ON? (p.39)
The microSAMPLER does not respond to MIDI data from an external device
Is the MIDI cable or USB cable connected correctly? (p.13) Does the MIDI channel of the data being sent from your external MIDI device match the microSAMPLERs MIDI channel? (p.39) Is the GLOBAL page MIDI.ROUT setting correct? (p.39)
Sound does not stop
If a problem occurs and a note becomes stuck, press the [ENTER/SHIFT] button and the [EXIT] button simultaneously to execute an All Sound Off.
Operational noises are recorded in the sample
When you sample a sound thats being input from the mic, the sounds of button pressing or keyboard playing might be recorded. If so, you can try either of the following two actions.
Duplicate notes are sounded
Is the GLOBAL page LOCAL setting turned OFF? (p.39) If a sequencer is connected, duplicate notes may be sounded by the echo back from the sequencer (i.e., the performance data transmitted when you play the microSAMPLER is being sent back to the microSAMPLER).
Automatically trim off the noises by a specied length of time. (p.40 STRT.TRIM/END TRIM) Start sampling by setting the sampling parameter TRIGGER to THRE0110. (p.24 TRIGGER) If the sampling type is KEY GATE, this method cannot be used since you wont be able to select THRE0110.
The sound or operation differs from when you edited the setting
Did you save your changes after editing? (p.41) After editing, you must save your changes before you switch to a different bank or turn off the power.
Operational noises of the microSAMPLER are a problem when using the included mic
If operational noises are a problem when using microSAMPLER with the included mic, we recommend that you use a conventional commercially available dynamic mic mounted on a mic stand, or use a commercially available headset mic.
Keyboard Banks Sampler Sampling types Sampling sources Sampling rates Sampling time Sample playback Polyphony Playback sampling rate Pattern sequencer Number of patterns Maximum number of notes Resolution Number of measures in a pattern Recording method Effects Structure 37-note (natural-touch mini-keyboard, velocity sensitive) 8 user banks (AH), 1 ROM bank LOOP / ONE SHOT / GATE / AUTO NEXT / KEY GATE Audio input ( MIC/LINE) Resampling 48 kHz / 24 kHz / 12 kHz / 6 kHz Approximately 160 seconds per bank (159.7 seconds for mono, sampling rate 48 kHz) Maximum 14 notes (7 notes if using time stretch playback) 48 kHz 16 patterns per bank Maximum of approximately 64,000 notes per bank (maximum of approximately 16,000 notes per pattern) 96 ticks per quarter note 199 Realtime recording One master effect During sampling, choose either one master effect or audio-in insert effect Choose one of 21 types
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