But the number of parameters is not great.. And MIDI.. The setup is rather simple: there are two effects engines. Each of these engines offer a number of effects listed above. The names of these parameters are more or less know by heart from the manual because the small LCD displays abbreviations not always talking Editing is done for tiny button under the screen.

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Page 5: Introduction 1. The warranty registration card must be mailed within ten days after purchase date to validate the war- ranty. DigiTech warrants this product, when used solely within the U. The display has several important sections that you need to under- stand when you use the Studio It gives more detailed information about specific functions and items, and contains things like Program names, Parameter names, and Utility or auxiliary information.

Please see pg. Page 9: Making Connections such as mixing console inputs. This method is called the "in- line" method because the Studio is connected directly in the audio path of the source. When you use the in-line method, the master wet-to-dry effects mix is controlled from the Studio operating system. Page 10 Figure on the following page, shows how to connect the Studio for this application. Section 1 - Setting Up If the Dry Level is up, then the Studio passes the original signals through without processing.

A line through the modules in a Effect Configuration Matrix indicate that the module is Bypassed. The display shows the information you need, but to make things even easier for you, illumination in the front panel buttons offers additional operating information. Section 2 - Basic Function of the Studio Every Program in the Studio has a set of Modifiers. Up to 8 Modifier links can be assigned to control parameters. The HiThrs control sets the point at which maxi- mum Parameter modification occurs.

Page Comparing Programs Compare function. When this message is displayed, the stored Program is temporarily loaded and active. This simply means that FUL module type offers effects with more flexibility and power than the HLF mod- ules, and so on.

All of which are Studio quality. Dry: Lvl Controls the level of the dry uneffected signal. Varies from all left to 99 all right. This can be used to increase the realism of the simulated room by adding reverberations from different parts of the room to each channel. These settings determine the rate and intensity of the modulation effect. FX: Lvl Controls the signal input level fed to the Module.

When the two signals are reunited at the output, the modified signal, moving smoothly in and out of phase, causes continuous cancellations and reinforcements at different frequencies throughout the modulating cycle. Tremolos and Auto Panners are similar to one another because they use an LFO to modulate the level of the signal. Pitch shifters allow you to create multiple voices from a single note input. In the Studio , the new pitch is determined by the setting of the SHFT Parameters, which can cover a pitch range of four octaves.

Varies from Balance all left to all right. Page Delays "sampled" or recorded into memory, where it is held for the amount of time you specify with the delay time setting, after which the sample is replayed at the output.

Both mono and stereo modules are available. Remember that mono equalizers connected to stereo sources will always sum the stereo signal together for equalization thus eliminating the stereo image. If you need to maintain the stereo image, use a stereo equalizer module. Compression does exactly what its name implies; it compresses the dynamic range of the signal. It does this by turning signals down as they become louder.

This is ideal for situations where the User needs to add another effect to the Effect Configuration, but is running low on signal processing resources.


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