KARMA 2 page template
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General guidelines for authoring this how-to:

  • Use this template only for KARMA 2 information that applies equally to both the Korg OASYS and the Korg M3.
  • Delete this entire set of brown-colored guidelines before you save the page.
  • In the Title of the page field, enter a KARMA 2: prefix at the beginning of the field and convert the page title to sentence case (which means only the first word after KARMA 2: should be capitalized. This ensures that readers scanning a system-generated list of pages can easily tell that this how-to article is a KARMA 2 article, and it makes the page title capitalization consistent throughout the wiki.
  • Click preview often while you are drafting this page. This enables you to see how the finished page will look without actually saving multiple unfinished versions of the page. Doing this will keep the page history cleaner and easier to follow. Previewing the page also helps you find and delete any of the brown-colored guidance paragraphs that you might have missed.
  • IMPORTANT: After you save this page, click +options > parent at the bottom of the page and specify karma2:start as the parent of this page (or some specific child page under that page if you know what you're doing). This ensures that the page will be automatically included somewhere in the system-generated hierarchy for articles pertaining to KARMA 2, and it also ensures that this page will have a system-generated breadcrumb trail back to its parent page.
  • After you save this page, click tags at the bottom of the page and enter any useful tags you can think of to help users find this page by using the wiki's tag cloud. For more information about tagging pages, refer to how-to-choose-useful-page-tags.

Scenario

Replace this paragraph with a story-oriented description of the goal that a reader would use the following procedure steps to achieve. For example (from the Korg M3): You are playing around with the KARMA sliders for the drum module and find a really cool KARMA-produced drum groove. You want to capture this groove and turn it into an user drum pattern that can be used in any drum track.

Procedure for Korg OASYS

Delete this paragraph before you save this page. Using the following step list, describe how to achieve the goal of the preceding scenario on the Korg OASYS. (If you don't know how, just leave the following step list unchanged and somebody else will eventually explain how it's done.)

  1. Step 1
  2. Step 2
    1. Step 2.1
    2. Step 2.2
  3. Step 3 (and so on)

Procedure for Korg M3

Delete this paragraph before you save this page. Using the following step list, describe how to achieve the goal of the preceding scenario on the Korg M3. (If you don't know how, just leave the step list unchanged and somebody else will eventually explain how it's done.)

  1. Step 1
  2. Step 2
    1. Step 2.1
    2. Step 2.2
  3. Step 3 (and so on)

Tips

Replace this paragraph with any useful tips, concepts, or reference information that might help the reader to successfully perform the preceding procedure. Try to anticipate how/why another person might get stuck while following your procedure, and not know what to do. If you can't think of any useful to put in this section, delete both this paragraph and the Tips heading.

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