M3-88 and Midi

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    TJ Masc

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    The Korg M3-88 has some of the most awesome sounds I have ever heard - They are "Combi's". The SMF sounds are just like any other keyboard I owned or have heard out in the world. Is there some way to assign a combi sound into a SMF. Or convert a SMF into a SNG file that the Korg would be able to play? I use them in my solo act and my band for backing tracks.
     
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    The thing to remember is that Combi sounds on a Korg are layered sounds using multiple channels.

    You'll have to record on all the channels in use to record a MIDI file with the full Combi effect.

    Refer to your manual to find out which tracks use which channels.

    Gary ;)
     
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    Thanks Gary - Hopefully it isn't a time bandit and relatively simple task. Will definitely look into it though
     
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