KORG MS-10 PATCHING DISASTER

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KORG MS-10 PATCHING DISASTER

Post by Tacruff » Sun Jan 14, 2018 5:31 pm

Hello all,

I have been playing around on my Korg MS-10 this morning patching different sounds following the user manual.

I went away to get a drink and come back to find my nephew and niece had decided to take things into their own hands and have been putting patch cables in all sorts of configurations. Now the only sound I can get out of the Korg MS-10 is a 1 tone buzz. All of the keys produce the same tone/note.

I have tried re patching the Korg (following the user manual) back to the original sound but this doesn't seem to do anything. When all of the patch cables are removed I am still stuck with the same noise.

So I guess the question is, how do I return the synth to its original settings when I don't know what they have done.

Any help/advise would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks!

tom

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Re: KORG MS-10 PATCHING DISASTER

Post by sneakthief » Sun Jan 14, 2018 5:45 pm

Try plugging and unplugging cable into the various input jacks, especially the VCO CV IN. Alternatively, plug a cable from the KBD CV OUT into the VCO CV IN.

Since the jacks are normalized, it could be that they're not making proper contact anymore when the cables are removed. Plugging and unplugging may help fix this.
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Re: KORG MS-10 PATCHING DISASTER

Post by Tacruff » Sun Jan 14, 2018 9:15 pm

sneakthief wrote:Try plugging and unplugging cable into the various input jacks, especially the VCO CV IN. Alternatively, plug a cable from the KBD CV OUT into the VCO CV IN.

Since the jacks are normalized, it could be that they're not making proper contact anymore when the cables are removed. Plugging and unplugging may help fix this.
Thank you, I'll try this tomorrow when Im home. :geek:

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