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About the software

Themostrecentversionsoftheapplicationscontainedon theaccessorydisccanbedownloadedfromtheKorg website(http://www.korg.com).

Please note before use


Copyrighttoallsoftwareincludedinthisproductisthe propertyofKorgInc. Thelicenseagreementforthissoftwareisprovided separately.Youmustreadthislicenseagreementbefore youinstallthissoftware.Yourinstallationofthissoftware willbetakentoindicateyouracceptanceofthis agreement.

USB-MIDI Setup Guide


IfthePS60isconnectedtoyourcomputerviaaUSBcable orMIDIcables,performancedataandsoundsettingscan betransferredviaMIDIbetweenthePS60andyour computer. IfyouinstallthededicatedPS60Editor/PlugInEditor applicationtoyourcomputer,youllbeabletouseyour computertoeditPS60programsindetail,andusethe PS60fromwithinyourhostapplicationasthoughitwere aplugin. AfteryouhavereadtheAboutthesoftwareand Operatingrequirementssections,setupyoursystemas describedinthisguideandinthePS60Editor/PlugIn EditorUserGuide.

Operating requirements
KORG USB-MIDI driver
Windows Computer:USBportrequired(aUSBhostcontroller madebyIntelisrecommended) Operatingsystem:MicrosoftWindowsXPHomeEdition/ Professional/x64EditionServicePack3orlater MicrosoftWindowsVistaServicePack2orlater (including64bitEdition) MicrosoftWindows7(including64bitEdition) Macintosh Computer:USBportrequired Operatingsystem:MacOSX10.4.11orlater

Making connections via USB cable


1. InstalltheKorgUSBMIDIdriverfromtheincluded accessorydisc. Windows:page 2,Mac:page 3 2. IfyouwanttousethePS60Editor/PlugInEditor withyourcomputer,youllhavetoinstallitfromthe includedaccessorydisc. Windows:page 2,page 3 3. ConnectthePS60sUSBconnectortoaUSBporton yourcomputer.page 4 4. SelectthenecessarysettingsinthePS60sGlobal mode.page 5 5. Selectthenecessarysettingsonyourcomputer. Refertotheownersmanualofthesoftwarethatyoure using.Forexamplesofsettinguptheplugineditorin popularhostapplications,pleaserefertothePS60 Editor/PlugInEditorUserGuide(page10).

PS60 Editor/Plug-In Editor


Windows: Computer
CPU: IntelPentiumIII/1GHzorbetter,PentiumD orCoreDuoorbetterisrecommended Memory: 512MBormore(1GBormoreis recommended) Monitor: 1,024x768pixels,16bitcolororbetter Acomputerthatsatisfiestheoperatingrequirementsof WindowsXP,WindowsVistaorWindows7andhasa USBport Operatingsystem MicrosoftWindowsXPHomeEdition/Professional ServicePack3orlater,WindowsVistaServicePack2or later,andWindows7 However,onlythestandaloneversionwillrunon64bit editionsofWindows7andWindowsVistaServicePack 2.

Making connections via MIDI cables IfaMIDIinterfaceisconnectedtoyourcomputer,you canconnectthePS60toyourcomputerviaMIDIcables.


1. ConnectthePS60sMIDIOUTandMIDIIN connectorstotheMIDIinterfacesMIDIINand MIDIOUTconnectorsrespectively.page 4 FordetailsonyourMIDIinterface,refertoitsowners manual. SometypesofMIDIinterfaces(commercially available)maybeunabletoreceiveortransmitthe PS60sMIDIexclusivemessages. 2. MakethenecessarysettingsinthePS60sGlobal mode. GlobalmodesettingsonthePS60onpage 5 3. Makethenecessarysettingsonyourcomputer. FordetailsontherequiredMIDIdriverandconnec tions,refertotheownersmanualofyourMIDIinter face.Youcanalsorefertotheownersmanualofthe softwareyoureusing.

Macintosh: Computer
AppleG4800MHzorbetter(IntelMacis supported),G5orCoreDuoorbetteris recommended Memory: 512MBormore(1GBormoreis recommended) Monitor: 1,024x768pixels,32,000colorsorbetter AnAppleMacintoshcomputerthatsatisfiesthe operatingrequirementsofMacOSXandhasaUSBport Operatingsystem MacOSXversion10.4.11orlater * FormatssupportedbythePS60PlugInEditor: Windows:VST,RTAS Macintosh:VST,AudioUnit,RTAS CPU:

* PS60PlugInEditormustalsosatisfytheoperating requirementsofthehostapplication. YoucannotrunmultipleinstancesofthePS60Editor andPS60PlugInEditorontheoperatingsystem. Thismeansthatyoucantusethiseditortoedittwo ormorePS60unitssimultaneously.

Installing the software


Installation in Windows
Note:InordertoinstalloruninstallsoftwareinWindows, youmusthaveAdministratorprivileges. Note:BeforeyouconnectthePS60toyourcomputervia USB,youmustusethePS60applicationinstallertoinstall KORGUSBMIDIDriverTools.

Selectandinstallalldesiredcompoments,suchas,the Editor(Standalone),PlugInEditor(VST),and/orPlug InEditor(RTAS). Forexampleifyouwanttoinstallthestandalonever sion,click[InstallStandaloneApplication]. Followtheonscreeninstructionstoproceedwiththe installation. Iftheinstallationwassuccessful,click[Close]. ThePS60Editor/PlugInEditorInstallerwillappear. Nextyouwillinstallthepluginversion(s)thatyou wanttouse.Usingtheproceduredescribedabove, beginwithstep1andinstallthepluginversion(s)that youwanttouse. IfyoudontwanttoinstalltheVSTorRTASplugin version,click[ExitSetup]toendtheinstallation. Whenyouvefinishedinstallingtheapplication(s)that youwant,click[ExitSetup]toexittheinstaller. Fordetails,pleaseseethePS60Editor/PlugInEditor UsersGuide(PDF). 4. Whenyouveinstalledalloftheselectedsoftware, exittheinstaller.

Using the PS60 application installer


ThePS60applicationinstallerwillinstalltheKORGUSB MIDIDriverToolsandthePS60Editor/PlugInEditor. 1. Inserttheincludedaccessorydiscintoyouroptical discdrive. NormallythePS60ApplicationInstallerwillstartup automatically. Ifyourcomputerissetsotheinstallerdoesnotrun automatically,doubleclickKorgSetup.exeonthe accessorydisc.

Installing the KORG USB-MIDI driver


UsetheKORGUSBMIDIDriverToolstoinstallthe KORGUSBMIDIdriver. Beforeyoucontinue,youmustfinishinstallingtheKORG USBMIDIDriverToolsinyourcomputer. 1. UseaUSBcabletoconnectyourcomputersUSBport tothePS60sUSBconnector.Thenpoweronthe PS60. WhenyourcomputerfirstdetectsthatthePS60is connected,theWindowsdefaultdriverwillbe installedautomatically.Howeversincethisdriveris nottheKorgUSBMIDIdriver,itcannotbeused correctly. Note:IfyouareusingWindowsXPorWindowsVista, thedrivermustbeinstalledseparatelyforeachUSB portusedtoconnectthePS60.IfyouconnectthePS60 toaUSBportotherthantheportthatyoupreviously used,youllneedtoinstalltheKORGUSBMIDIdriver againusingthesameprocedurelistedabove. 2. Fromthetaskbar,click[Start][All Programs][KORG][KORGUSBMIDIDriver Tools][InstallKORGUSBMIDIdevice]. Thesetuputilitywillstart. 3. Followtheonscreeninstructionstoinstallthe KORGUSBMIDIdriver. Duringtheinstallation,ifadialogboxregardingdigi talsignaturesappearswithamessagesaying....has notpassedWindowslogotesting,simplyclick[Con tinue]toproceed. Ifyouareunabletoproceedwiththeinstallation,its possiblethatyourcomputerhasbeensettoprohibit installationofunsigneddrivers.Checkthesettingsof yourcomputerasdescribedinAllowinginstallation ofdriversthatarenotdigitallysigned. 4. AfteryouveinstalledtheKORGUSBMIDIdriver, exittheinstaller. Ifyouareaskedwhetheryouwanttorestart,choose [Yes]torestartyourcomputer. Formoreaboutinstallation,setup,oruninstallationof theKORGUSBMIDIdriver,refertotheinstallation manual(HTML). Toviewthemanual,choose[Start][AllPro grams][KORG][KORGUSBMIDIDriver Tools][InstallationManual].

2. Fromthelist,selecttheapplicationsthatyouwantto install,andclick[Install]. Theapplicationsyouselectedwillbegintheinstalla tionprocess. IfyouwanttoconnectthePS60toyourcomputervia theUSBport,youmustinstalltheKorgUSBMIDI DriverTools.ThenfromwithintheKorgUSBMIDI DriverTools,youwillneedtoinstalltheKorgUSB MIDIdriver.(InstallingtheKORGUSBMIDIdriver onpage 2) 3. Followtheonscreeninstructionstoinstallthe software. Whenyouclickthe[Install]buttonforthePS60Editor/ PlugInEditorinstep2,thePS60Editor/PlugInEdi torInstallerdialogboxwillappear.

Installing the software

About the PS60 and USB-MIDI driver ports


KEYBOARD port Applicationsonyourcomputerusethisporttoreceive MIDImessagesfromthePS60(datafromthekeyboard andcontrollers). SOUND port ApplicationsonyourcomputerusethisporttosendMIDI messagestothePS60sinternalsoundgenerator,making itproducesound.

Installing and setting up the PS60 Editor/PlugIn Editor


Fordetailsoninstallation,setupandusingthePS60 Editor/PlugInEditor,pleaseseethePS60Editor/PlugIn EditorUsersGuide.

Allowing installation of drivers that are not digitally signed (Windows XP only)
Ifthecomputeryoureusinghasbeensettoforbidthe installationofanydriversthatarenotdigitallysigned, youwontbeabletoinstalltheKORGUSBMIDIdriveror theFireWireAudio/MIDIdriver.Proceedasfollowsto changethissettingsothatyoullbeabletoinstallthe drivers. 1. Fromthetaskbar,click[Start][ControlPanel]to accessthecontrolpanel. 2. Inthecontrolpanelwindow,doubleclick[System], andthenclickthe[Hardware]tab. 3. InDrivers,click[DriverSigning].

Installation in Mac OS X
Installing the software
Youllneedtoruntheinstallerseparatelyforeach softwareitemsuchastheKORGUSBMIDIdriverandthe PS60Editor/PlugInEditortoinstallthemoneatatime. 1. InserttheincludedaccessorydiscintotheCDROM driveofyourcomputer. 2. Ontheaccessorydisc,doubleclickthesoftware installer(.pkg)tostartuptheinstaller. Eachinstallerislocatedinthefollowingfolder. KORGUSBMIDIdriver KORGUSBMIDIDRIVERfolderKORGUSB MIDIDRIVER.pkg PS60Editor PS60EditorfolderPS60EditorInstaller.pkg 3. Followtheonscreeninstructionstoinstalleachitem ofsoftware. IfyouintendtousethePS60withthecomputerviathe USBport,youllneedtoinstalltheKORGUSBMIDI driveronyourcomputer. WhenthePS60Editor/PlugInEditorhasbeen installedsuccessfully,restartyourcomputer.OnMac OSX,thestandaloneversionandthepluginversion areeachinstalledintheirownfolder.

About the PS60 and USB-MIDI driver ports


KEYBOARD port Applicationsonyourcomputerusethisporttoreceive MIDImessagesfromthePS60(datafromthekeyboard andcontrollers). SOUND port ApplicationsonyourcomputerusethisporttosendMIDI messagestothePS60sinternalsoundgenerator,making itproducesound.

4. IntheWhatactiondoyouwantWindowstotake? area,choose[Ignore]or[Warn],andthenclick[OK]. Ifnecessary,youcanchangethissettingbacktoits originalstateafteryouveinstalledtheKORGUSB MIDIdriver.

Connecting a computer
USB connection and setup
Note:TheUSBconnectorofthePS60isonlyableto transmitandreceiveMIDIdata. BeforeyouconnectthePS60toyourcomputervia USB,youmustinstalltheKORGUSBMIDIdriveron yourcomputer.IfyoureusingWindowsXPor WindowsVista,youllneedtoinstallthedriverfor eachUSBportthatyouuse.IfyouconnectthePS60to aUSBportotherthantheoneyouusedwhen installingtheKORGUSBMIDIdriver,youllneedto installthedriveragain.Fordetails,pleasesee InstallationinWindowsonpage 2. 1. UsingaUSBcable,connecttheUSBconnectorofthe PS60totheUSBconnectorofyourcomputer.
Powered monitors

IfyouwanttoapplyaplugineffecttothePS60saudio signals,ortocontrolthePS60saudiosignalsinyourhost applicationtogetherwiththeaudiodatafromtheKORG LegacyCollectionorotheraudiotracks,makethe connectionsasillustratedbelow.Connectthedevicesas appropriateforthehostapplicationthatyoureusing.


Powered monitors PS60s audio signals Other audio signals MIDI signals

INPUT

INPUT

Audio interface

USB L/ MONO Computer

USB

PS60

INPUT

INPUT

USB cable Computer


L/MONO R

Connecting your computer via the MIDI connectors


YoucanuseacommerciallyavailableMIDIinterfaceto connectthePS60toyourcomputer. 1. ConnectthePS60sMIDIOUTconnectorandMIDI INconnectortotheMIDIINportandMIDIOUT portofyourMIDIinterface.Fordetails,refertothe manualincludedwithyourMIDIinterface. SomeUSBMIDIinterfacesmaybeunabletotransmit orreceivethePS60sMIDIexclusivemessages.
Powered monitors MIDI interface INPUT INPUT MIDI OUT MIDI IN Computer AUDIO OUTPUT MIDI IN MIDI OUT

PS60

2. MakethenecessarysettingsinthePS60sGlobal mode. Fordetails,pleaseseeGlobalmodesettingsonthe PS60onpage 5. 3. Makethenecessarysettingsonyourcomputer. Fordetails,pleaseseethePS60Editor/PlugInEditor UsersGuide.

Using the PS60 Editor/Plug-In Editor via a USB connection


IfyouwanttomixthePS60saudiosignalswiththeaudio signalssentfromyourhostapplicationviayouraudio interface,orwithaudiosignalsfromanothersound module,makeconnectionsasshownbelow.
Powered monitors PS60s audio signals Other audio signals MIDI signals

PS60

INPUT

INPUT

2. AdjustthenecessarysettingsinthePS60sGlobal mode. Fordetails,pleaseseeGlobalmodesettingsonthe PS60onpage 5.

Audio interface

Audio mixer

USB Computer L/MONO R USB

PS60

Verifying the functionality of the PS60 Editor (stand-alone version)

Verifying the functionality of the PS60 Editor (stand-alone version)


StartupthePS60Editor(standaloneversion)andverify thatitworkscorrectly. FordetailsonhowtosetupandstartthePS60PlugIn Editor,refertothePS60Editor/PlugInEditorUsers Guideonpage8.

Global mode settings on the PS60


IfthePS60doesnotfunctioncorrectlywithyour computer,checkthefollowingsettingsonthePS60itself.

Local Ctrl settings


TheMIDIsoftwareonyourcomputermighthaveanEcho BackfunctionwheremessagesthatarereceivedatMIDI IN/USBareretransmittedwithoutchangefromMIDI OUT/USB. IfyourMIDIsoftwaresEchoBackisturnedonwhenthe PS60isbidirectionallyconnectedwithyourcomputer, thePS60sinternalsoundgeneratorwillreceiveduplicate messages(theinternallygeneratedmessagesaswellas themessagesreceivedviaechoback),whichwillcause problemssuchaseachnotebeingsoundedtwice. Insuchcases,youcansolvetheproblembyturningthe PS60slocalcontrolsettingOffsothatthesignalrouteis internallydisconnectedinsidethePS60. Withthefactorysettings,thePS60slocalcontrolsetting (LocalCtrl)isturnedOn.(PS60OwnersManualon page42) Note:WhenusingthePS60byitself,leavethelocalcontrol setting(LocalCtrl)turnedOn.IfthisisOff,nosound willbeproducedwhenyouplaythePS60skeyboard. Note:ThePS60Editor/PlugInEditorwillautomatically setthePS60slocalcontrolsettingtotheappropriatestate whenthesoftwarestartsup.
Local Control

Setting up the PS60 Editor


Beforeyouverifythatthesoftwareisoperatingcorrectly, makesurethatyouvecompletedthefollowingsteps. ThePS60sUSBconnectorisconnectedtoyour computersUSBport. ThePS60andyourcomputerarebothpoweredon. TheKorgUSBMIDIdriverisinstalledfortheUSB portyoullbeusing. ThePS60Editor(standaloneversion)isinstalledon yourcomputer. 1. StartupthePS60Editor. Windows Inthetaskbar,clickthe[Start]buttonandthen[All Programs].Fromthemenu,chooseKORGPS60 PS60Editortostartuptheeditor. Alternatively,youcannavigatetotheKORGfolder PS60folder,anddoubleclickthePS60Editor.exe iconlocatedthere. TheKORGfolderwillbeinthelocationthatyou selectedwheninstallingthesoftware.Bydefault,it willbeintheProgramFilesfolder. Macintosh NavigatetotheApplicationsfolderKORGfolder PS60folder,anddoubleclickthePS60Editoricon. Whenyoustartup,datawillbetransmittedand receivedbetweenthePS60andthePS60Editor.The PS60sdisplaywillindicateNowtransmittingand thePS60EditorwillindicateSynchronizing...while thesynchronizationdataisexchanged. 2. Tosimplifythetestingprocess,selectperformanceA 1,whichusesSinglesettings. TopressthePERFORMANCEBANKbuttonontheleft sideofthePS60spaneltoselectbankA,andthenpress button1totheright. 3. WhenyoupressoneofthePS60stimbreselectorON buttons,thecorrespondingbuttonintheupper middleareaofthePS60Editorwindowandthe timbrefieldontheleftsidewillswitchaccordingly. InthesamewayasifyouclicktheeditorsON buttonsorthefieldstotheleft,thesettingsonthe PS60itselfwillswitchaccordingly.

OFF ON Tone generator

MIDI IN/USB MIDI OUT/USB

MIDI Filter SysEx setting


Withthefactorysettings,thePS60issetsothatitwillnot transmitorreceivesystemexclusivemessages(SysEx Off).(PS60OwnersManualonpagep.43) SincethePS60Editor/PlugInEditorusenumerousMIDI systemexclusivemessagesforcommunicatingwiththe PS60,thissettingofthePS60willautomaticallybeturned Onwhenthesoftwarestartsup. IfyouareusingaMIDIdeviceoranapplicationother thanthePS60Editor/PlugInEditoranddonotwant systemexclusivemessagestobetransmittedandreceived betweenitandthePS60,youllneedtousethePS60to manuallyturnthissettingOn. Ifyouperformanyofthefollowingoperationsonthe PS60afterthePS60Editor/PlugInEditorhasfinished startingup,subsequentcommunicationwillnotbe possible. TurnMIDIFilterSysExOff OnthePS60,usetheLoadPreloadcommandwith AllorGlobal,andloadthefactorysetGlobal settings IfthePS60Editor/PlugInEditorbecomeunableto communicatewiththePS60,pleaseusethePS60itselfto turntheMIDIFilterSysExsettingbackOn.

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