This page contains information about the Owner’s Manual for the ER-1 from Korg. Korg ER-1 Electribe R Rhythm Synthesizer () Drum machine: 8 voices mix of analog modeling and PCM samples with sequencer and Midi sync. Listen to. Check out the Korg Electribe ER-1 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) own Patterns in a Pattern Set see page 31 in the ER-1 owners Manual.

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Korg ER1 factory reset 1. If you wish to save the completed pattern, press the Write key. Use electeibe dial to select the pattern that you wish to assign to the selected position.

Rotate the dial to select the amount of pitch shift. Recording this type of performance in Song mode is referred to as “event recording.

Korg Electribe ER-1 Rhythm Synthesizer – Korg – Encyclotronic

If you wish to keep the edited song, you must perform the Write operation to save the song data. Don’t show me this message again. The pattern set group will be indicated by the lower line of the Select LEDs red.

Use the Part select key rr-1 select the part whose data you wish to move. Sequence Control Section 2. The select LEDs lower row, red will light to indicate the octave as follows. When protect is “on,” the Write key will not function, and it will not be possible to rewrite data or to receive MIDI data dumps.


Clap handclap part key This key selects the handclap part. If you will be using realtime recording to create a pattern from scratch, it is conve- nient to use the metronome.

Key 9 will blink. Editing A Song Editing a song You can insert a new pattern into a song, or delete an existing pattern.

Korg Electribe ER-1

Add Comment or review. In order to enjoy long and trouble-free use, please read this manual carefully and use the instrument correctly. Doing so may damage the data. Use the dial to specify the desired pitch offset.

Rotate the dial to select the pattern for which you wish to make Swing settings. Hold down the Shift key and press step key 11 Clear Mo- tion. Protect was turned “on” for the memory into which you attempted to write data. If you attempt to record additional events, the “memory full” message will appear immediately. The input jack is monaural, so you may need to use a stereo-mono adapter plug, depending on the de- vice you are connecting. A Rhythm Pattern is a sequence of rhythms i.

Turn on the Keyboard function key, and press the step keys to play the sound. In each song you can arrange up to patterns, and phrase and knob movements can also be recorded in addition to the playback.

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ELECTRIBE-R mkII/Owner’s Manual

Selecting a pattern Pattern A By using OSC2 Pitch Ofs to create a slight difference in pitch between the electribr, you can produce a spacious detune effect. The key will light, and then go dark.


This is effective when creating electric bass sounds etc. If the length is 4, data will not be copied within the pattern. Registering a pattern for Pattern Set 1. Hold down the Keyboard function key and press a step key to switch to the pattern that was assigned to that step key.

The settings you make in Maunal mode will be cancelled if you turn off the power without Writing. Setting the playback tempo Tempo Page 4 Playing a pattern Pattern Play If the Input Gain setting is too high, the sound may e,ectribe distorted. Use the Part Select key to select the part that you wish to play.

The metronome will sound only during recording, on: The EG will start when trigger-on occurs the instant you play the keyboard. Data following the inserted pattern will be moved backward. When the Pattern Set function is on, use these keys to select patterns that you registered. In this case, turn off the Global mode Memory Electribbe setting before you ex- ecute the Write operation. In this case, you must turn off the Global mode Memory Protect setting before you ex- ecute the Write operation.