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MULTIVERB ALPHA 2.0 TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION... 1 GETTING STARTED.. 2 INSTALLATION... 3 CONNECTIONS.. 3 POWER... 3 OUTPUT... 3 MIDI IN... 4 MIDI OUT.. 4 MIDI THRU... 4 PWR OUT... 4 CONTROLS AND OPERATION.. 4 INPUT LEVEL INDICATORS.. 4 INPUT LEVEL CONTROL.. 5 OUTPUT LEVEL CONTROL... 5 LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY.. 5 CONTROL BUTTONS.. 6 FUNCTION BUTTONS.. 6 PRESET... 7 MIX... 7 PARAM... 8 VALUE... 8 BYPASS... 8 EDIT MODE... 9 EDIT MODE CONTROL BUTTONS... 9 ENTER... 9 RECALL... 9 ADD EFFECT.. 9 STORE... 11 REC/ARM.. 12 TRIGGER.. 12 TITLE EDIT.. 12 UTILITY.. 13 BYPASS LEVEL... 14 REMOTE SWITCH 1 & 2.. 14 AUTO PM DISPLAY.. 14 LCD VIEW ANGLE.. 15 SOFTWARE VERSION LEVEL. 15 PRESET MEMORY ALLOCATION.. 15 RECALL FACTORY PRESET.. 15 PRESET 1-115 LOCKED/UNLOCKED.. 16 MIDI... 16 MIDI ENABLE.. 16 MIDI CHANNEL... 16 OMNI MODE.. 17 MIDI PROGRAM TABLE.. 17 FX ON/OFF ENABLE (USING X-15).. 17 MIDI EVENT DATA MONITORING MODE.. 18 PRESS ENTER TO:.. 18 SEND A PRESET (18); SEND ENTIRE MIDI PROGRAM TABLE (18); SEND ALL PRESETS (18) PERFORMANCE MIDI.. 18 DESCRIPTION OF ALGORITHMS... 20 SIGNAL FREQUENCY SHAPING ALGORITHMS.. 20 ACOUSTIC ENVIRONMENT SIMULATOR.. 21 LOW PASS FILTER.. 21
PITCH TRANSPOSER.. DUAL PITCH TRANSPOSER.. SWEPT OR MODULATED EFFECT ALGORITHMS.. FLANGER.. CHORUS... PANNER... MIDI-PAN... TREMOLO.. PHASER... NATURAL REVERBERATION ALGORITHMS.. REVERB-1... REVERB-2... REVERB-3... GATED REVERBERATION ALGORITHMS.. GATE-VERB-1... GATE-VERB-2... GATE-VERB-3... DELAY ALGORITHMS.. TAP'D-DDL-S... TAP'D-DDL-L... REGEN-DDL-S... REGEN-DDL-L... STEREO-DDL-S.. STEREO-DDL-L.. SAMPLER-S.. SAMPLER-L.. SAMPLER+PTr... TUNER... How to use the Tuner.. MIDI DATA MONITOR... PERFORMANCE MIDI DATA MONITOR... MIDI EVENT MONITOR.. MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION... About the Presets... Battery Backup... Low Battery Indicator.. Software Revision Level.. User Registration Card.. Factory Reset.. Other Means of Bypassing the ALPHA 2.0.. X-15... Contact Information... Customer Service.. APPENDIX A... APPLICATIONS... APPENDIX B... EXAMPLES.. Copying a preset.. Editing the MPT from the MULTIVERB ALPHA 2.0 front panel controls... Editing the MPT with a keyboard or external controller. Increment Program.. Setting up a preset sequence including a bypass preset... Programming the REMOTE jack for Incrementing Programs.. Adding Performance MIDI to an existing preset. Controlling the Overall Level of an ALPHA 2.0 Preset.
APPENDIX C... MULTIVERB ALPHA 2.0 MIDI Messages.. System Exclusive Messages.. Detailed Description of Messages.. APPENDIX D... MIDI Implementation Chart.. APPENDIX E... MIDI: Controllers & Numbers.. Default MIDI Controller Numbers.. APPENDIX F... DIAGRAMS.. INSTRUMENT INTO MULTIVERB ALPHA 2.0 INTO TWO AMPLIFIERS. GUITAR INTO MULTIVERB ALPHA 2.0 CONTROLLED BY ART X-15.. STEREO EFFECTS SEND AND RETURN WITH MULTIVERB ALPHA 2.0. APPENDIX G... Using the MULTIVERB ALPHA 2.0 With an X-15 ULTRAFOOT. SPECIFICATIONS.. PRESET LIST... How to Read the Preset Description.. Table of Effect Abbreviations... WARRANTY... SERVICE INFORMATION..
INTRODUCTION Thank you and congratulations on your new ART purchase. The MULTIVERB ALPHA 2.0 is the first dazzling result of the new ART digital VLSI technology offering a level of processing resolution with the sound quality of processors that used to cost thousands of dollars. This new technology boasts 24 bit architecture and an amazingly easy user interface. Some of the spectacular features of the ALPHA 2.0 are listed next. FEATURES: * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 20KHz bandwidth New ASIC 24 bit digital integrated effects system Over 50 effects to choose from Built in Guitar/Bass tuner Better than 90 dB signal to noise ratio Multi-function rotary encoder Over two octaves of pitch transposing Multi interval pitch shifting 200 memory locations Pitch Transposer and Reverb combination Sampling capabilities Direct interface capability with the ART X-15 ULTRAFOOT Full programmability of all parameters Programmable mix and level Digital contour Stereo inputs and outputs Phaser Two assignable remote jacks Power supply contained in unit 9 volt DC output jack Full MIDI system exclusive codes Random access keypad MIDI data monitor Programmable 7 band equalizer
The MULTIVERB ALPHA 2.0 has the capability of providing you with a virtually endless number of sounds and effects. ART designed a combination of powerful processing and ease of use into the MULTIVERB ALPHA 2.0. We strongly suggest you read and refer to this manual while getting used to your new processor. Record for your reference: DATE OF PURCHASE__________________________ PURCHASED FROM____________________________ SERIAL NUMBER_____________________________ SOFTWARE VERSION__________________________ 471-5004-100
GETTING STARTED We have included this section for those of you who can't wait to experience the sounds of your new ALPHA 2.0. Follow the hookup directions for the setup you use and then start playing. When you want to get to know your ALPHA 2.0 better, refer to the rest of this manual for details, hints, and examples. Till later.. Additional information to get you started can be found in Appendix A. A hookup diagram can be found on page 42. For all hookup combinations: 1) Center the slider controls. 2) The first 30 presets in the MULTIVERB ALPHA 2.0 show off some of the many capabilities of the device. These patches include general purpose reverbs, reverb for mixdown, an automatic tuner, multiple pitch effects, vocal delay, enhancers, and sampling, chorus, flange, phasing and other special effects. After that you will find variations for different type sounds and effects. Some presets are set up for instant use with the ART X-15 ULTRAFOOT MIDI Controller. Use the X-15 to control certain parameters in the preset. We encourage you to take the time to listen to all the presets just so you can get a feel for the sounds and effects your MULTIVERB ALPHA 2.0 is capable of producing. INSTRUMENT & GUITAR AMP Plug your instrument into the Left Input jack located on the rear panel. Connect a cable from your instrument amp input to the Left Output jack. Turn the ALPHA 2.0 on first and then turn on your guitar amp. TURN DOWN THE LEVEL OF YOUR AMP before you play! Adjust your levels accordingly. If you are clipping your amp, back off on the Output Level of the ALPHA 2.0 with the Output slider. INSTRUMENT & STEREO POWER AMP Plug your instrument into the Left Input jack located on the rear panel. Connect a two cables from your power amp to the Left and Right Outputs. If your power amp is mono, connect the left input of the amp to the Left Output jacks. Turn the ALPHA 2.0 on first then turn on your power amp. Adjust the level with the Level control.
NOTES: 1) When using the MULTIVERB ALPHA 2.0 in the true stereo mode, only the dry signal will remain totally left and right orientated at the outputs. The processed signal will be a mix of the inputs with its own individual stereo image imposed by the algorithm used. This imitates the occurrence of natural reverberation in a normal room. 2) When you use one of the inverted type Flanger algorithms or the Panner, make sure you are using both outputs (stereo out), if you're using only one output you'll get NO SOUND! This is because since the two outputs are opposite and the ALPHA 2.0 sums the outputs, the signals cancel each other. MIDI IN This jack receives the MIDI signal containing the MIDI messages. It enables you to "talk" to the ALPHA 2.0 from an external source such as an X-15 ULTRAFOOT, a computer equipped with MIDI ports and associated software or a sequencer. Any MIDI information sent to the MIDI In jack is echoed to the MIDI Thru jack. When using the ALPHA 2.0 with an X-15 ULTRAFOOT, connect the MIDI cable to the 5 pin MIDI OUT jack on the X-15. MIDI OUT The MIDI output jack is used to transmit all MIDI control information from the MULTIVERB ALPHA 2.0 to whichever MIDI device is next in the chain. When using the ALPHA 2.0 with an X-15 ULTRAFOOT, connect the MIDI cable to the 5 pin MIDI IN jack on the X-15. MIDI THRU A MIDI Thru jack is provided on the ALPHA 2.0 allowing you to continue a chain of MIDI devices and let MIDI information pass "thru" the unit to the next one. Information leaving the Thru jack is a direct copy of the MIDI messages received at the MIDI In jack. The information is buffered so the integrity of the signal is not degraded when passing thru. All MIDI Jacks are standard 5 pin DIN connectors utilizing standard MIDI connections. No phantom power is present on the unused terminals. ART recommends these unused terminals remain unused. PWR OUT The Power Output jack located at the rear panel provides an OUTPUT voltage of (+)9 Volts DC. Use this jack to power external devices requiring a wall mount adapter. The ART X-11 and X-15 can be powered with this power jack. The jack will accept a female connector with an inside diameter of 2.1mm. Do not plug in any external power supply such as a wall mount adapter to this jack. Doing this may cause serious damage to your ALPHA 2.0 or quite possibly yourself! CONTROLS AND OPERATION INPUT LEVEL INDICATORS Three front panel LED's indicate signal at all times. They are labeled: PRES, NOM, and CLIP. These LED's display the status of the input signal after it has passed the Input level control and the seven band equalizer. The bottom LED (PRES) is green and lights when a small amount of signal is seen by the ALPHA 2.0. When you are operating with a nominal amount of signal the middle yellow LED (NOM) lights. Clipping is indicated by the top red LED (CLIP). Adjust the amount of input level to operate the ALPHA 2.0 with the NOM LED lit the majority of the time. Allow for transients to light the CLIP LED
NOTES: 1) If the MIX parameters are programmed DRY = 0% and EFX = >0% and the Bypass Level Utility parameter is set to =MIX DRY LEVEL and BYPASS is initiated, no signal will be present at the outputs. 2) If the DRYEQ is set at any level greater than 0% and Bypass is engaged, the EQ is "zeroed" and a "flat" signal is present at the outputs. This holds true even if DRY is set to 0%. EDIT MODE EDIT MODE is engaged when you press the EDIT MODE button. All creation of presets or preset parameter editing is done while in this mode. Titles, MIDI parameters, and Utilities are all accessed in Edit Mode. When in Edit Mode, all buttons associated with white lettering are active. All the control buttons work as well. You may access all two hundred presets for modification or use while in Edit Mode. Edit Mode is automatically entered when you press either the PARAM or VALUE buttons. Previewing Presets You may preview presets while in Edit Mode by engaging the PRESET button. Use the Encoder to scan through the presets. Only the titles of the presets are shown, so it is helpful to know the contents. The processed output signal is not affected. To recall the preset when you are ready, press the RECALL button. Signal is being processed through the last active preset. The reason for this is so you can set up for the next preset change when you want it to happen. When you stop scanning, the preset number in the Seven Segment Display will be flashing. If RECALL is pressed, the display will stop flashing indicating the preset is now active. EDIT MODE CONTROL BUTTONS ENTER Use the ENTER button when you want to complete an action such as adding an effect to a preset. When adding an effect there is a [?] after the name, press enter if you wish to insert this effect into your chain. A prompt (i.e. [ADD EQUALIZER?]) will appear in the LCD when it is necessary to press Enter to complete a task. RECALL The RECALL button is used to Recall presets while you are in Edit Mode. To Recall a preset (the Seven Segment Display will be flashing a Preset number), select the proper Preset and press the RECALL button. If you have been editing the parameters in a preset and wish to return them all to the original settings, press the Recall button. ADD EFFECT Pressing the ADD EFFECT button once opens the Add Effect function. To add an effect to a preset, press this button and use the Encoder to select the effect you want to add to the chain. Turn the Encoder left or right to scan through your selections. Finalize the ADD EFFECT command (add the effect to the chain) by pressing the ENTER button. Doing this inserts the effect temporarily in memory. If audio is passing through the ALPHA 2.0, you will hear the effect when you press the ENTER button. To make the effect permanent, press the STORE button. To close the Add Effect function and escape to Edit Mode, press the button once or press the Edit Mode button.
DELETE EFFECT Pressing the DELETE EFFECT button once opens the Delete Effect function. To delete an effect from a preset, press this button and use the Encoder to select the effect you want deleted. Turn the Encoder left or right to scan through your selections. Finalize the DELETE EFFECT command (delete the effect from the chain) by pressing the ENTER button. Doing this deletes the effect temporarily from memory. If audio is passing through the ALPHA 2.0, you will hear the change when you press the ENTER button. Press the STORE button to make the change permanent. To close the Delete Effect function and escape to Edit Mode, press the button once or press the Edit Mode button. The DELETE EFFECT button is also used in TITLE EDIT Mode to subtract characters and spaces from the title. Deleting Effects From a Preset When you see text within the [ ] brackets, it is describing the text as it appears in the LCD. Recall preset 151, Press the EDIT MODE button, turn the encoder one click to the right and press STORE. You have just copied preset 151 into preset 152 so as not to lose preset 151 which we will use periodically through this manual. -Press the DELETE EFFECT once. [DEL:EQUALIZER?] *Do you want to delete the equalizer? NO. -Turn the Encoder knob once click. [DEL:ACU-ENV-SIM?] *Let's delete this effect. -Press ENTER, [3 EQL+DDL+REV]. *The effect has been eliminated but not permanently. You will audibly hear the sound change when the effect is deleted. *Press STORE to make this change permanent. -Press STORE now. With the elimination of an effect, you open up a space to insert another effect or leave things as they are. If you press the DELETE EFFECT button and there are no effects in the preset, the display will read [DEL:NO FX TO DEL]. STORE Any time you wish to permanently save parameter values in a preset, press the STORE button. All parameter values you have chosen will be stored into the preset as well as TITLE and MIX information. When you press the STORE button the LCD will display [PRESET STORED]. If the phrase [LOCKED/SELECT LOCATION 111-200] appears don't panic, presets 1 through 110 are factory presets and though the parameters may be changed, the new values cannot be stored without first UNLOCKING the presets (see UTILITY section). TO DELETE A STORED PRESET, thereby releasing its memory to be used again, you must store a null preset at the preset number you wish to delete. A null preset consists of a blank title (all spaces, displayed as <blank title>) and no effects (displayed as <no effects>). Factory Preset 100 is programmed blank to make it easy to delete stored presets. Presets 111 through 200 are null when you receive your unit or after a factory reset.
-Press the Value button and use the Encoder to select characters. If the Param button is pressed, you may move the cursor left and right with the Encoder to position it for the next character. *Pressing the Value or Param buttons will move the cursor right or left one space at a time. -Press the Store button to save your title. The title will appear in the upper half of the LCD and any selected effects are in the lower half. If you wish to change the title, enter the Title Edit Mode and make the appropriate changes. Don't forget to STORE the new title. If there are characters you wish to delete in the display use the Encoder to move the cursor and then press the ADD or DELETE EFFECT button. If you wish to delete all sixteen characters press the DELETE EFFECT or ADD EFFECT buttons sixteen times. By doing this you will eliminate any characters and have a blank display to start with. The ADD EFFECT button can be used to add spaces to the title, the DELETE EFFECT button may be used to remove characters or spaces. To exit or escape from the Title Edit mode, press the TITLE EDIT button once to escape to EDIT Mode or press the EDIT MODE button. NOTE: When naming presets, try using descriptive titles relative to the preset. What the preset does, what sounds it makes, or what to use the preset for all will make preset selections easier to locate and use. UTILITY The Utility button allows you to access the user programmable utilities available in the ALPHA 2.0 and view system information. Listed in this section is information regarding the variable utility parameters with their default value settings and ALPHA 2.0 system data. To change Utilities, first enter Edit Mode then press the Utility button. Once you are in Utility Mode you may change values by selecting the parameter and then changing the value. To do this select the parameter you wish to modify with either the Param or Value buttons. Use the Encoder to change the parameter value. (Make sure the Value LED is lit) To view system data, press the Param or Value button until the information you're looking for appears in the display. Remember the Param and Value buttons act as a left and right cursor when they are pressed repeatedly. You do not need to press the STORE button to save Utility parameters, it is done automatically when you exit Utility Mode. To exit Utility Mode, press the Utility button to return to Edit Mode. PROGRAMMING HINT: Press the Value button to change and view the parameters then use the Encoder to set the value. This way you don't have to switch between the Param and Value buttons to edit values.
NOTE: The ALPHA 2.0 always receives MIDI messages and responds to them. Only the display is affected when setting this value. LCD View Angle  Allows the viewing angle of the LCD Display to be adjusted. You may change the LCD view angle for the best visibility. The angle may be adjusted to maximize readability of the characters from top, front or under viewing angles. When viewing from the top, use a higher number. If you are viewing the display directly from the front, use the middle numbers. Viewing the LCD when the ALPHA 2.0 is above you, adjust the view angle to the lower numbers. Software Version Level Displays the software revision level currently installed in the MULTIVERB ALPHA 2.0. The current version as well as the date will be displayed in the LCD. The MULTIVERB ALPHA 2.0's software is contained in a socketed EPROM and is field replaceable. This software controls the MULTIVERB ALPHA 2.0's functions as well as its sounds. For your convenience write the software version in the space provided on the Introduction page at the beginning of the manual. Preset Memory Allocation MEMORY USED= ## AVAILABLE= #### Displays how much user memory has been used and how much user memory is available for further storage. This utility informs you how much User Preset Memory has been used or how much memory there is available for storing presets. When you first access user memory there are approximately 5500 bytes (5.5 Kbytes) of space available. Each time you store a preset more space is used up. If the display will inform you that there is space available, but you are not allowed to store any more information, don't worry. You have probably stored, deleted, edited or moved presets and information thousands of times. The memory must be purged and reallocated. Save your presets to a MIDI storage device and perform a factory reset then reload your presets. Previous unavailable memory space is now free for storing information. Recall Factory Preset Allows you to recall any factory preset for comparison or editing purposes. RECALLING A FACTORY PRESET -Make sure you are in the EDIT Mode. (Press EDIT button if not) -Press the UTILITY button. -Use the Encoder or Param and Value buttons to select screen reading [HIT RECALL FOR ART PRESET #] -Make sure the Value LED is lit. -Use the Encoder to select the preset you want to recall, i.e. Preset 96. -Press the RECALL button. *Even though the title is not displayed in the LCD , the factory preset is now active, but, IT IS NOT PERMANENT. If you wish to make the preset permanent, you must STORE it. To store the preset in the first 110 locations, you must first unlock the existing preset. (See the next section about unlocking a preset) If you are copying to a location above 110, press the STORE button now. -Press STORE, the preset is now stored into the location you selected.
and verify MIDI data being sent to the device. Refer to the MIDI DataMONITOR section for additional information. A table of MIDI controllers can be found in Appendix E, Tables and Charts. Presets in the ALPHA 2.0 are set up to be controlled by Performance MIDI via the ART X-15 ULTRAFOOT. See the section Operating the Multiverb ALPHA 2.0 with the X15 ULTRAFOOT further on in this manual for more information. Don't let MIDI scare you, using Performance MIDI in an ART device is easy. In most cases (especially with an X-15) you virtually plug in and play. But, if you want to program, we've made that easy too. Modification to select the specific values and ranges you want the parameter to cover is done by normal editing. The number displayed in the upper left corner represents the MIDI Controller you are working with. Performance MIDI has four levels of programming information associated with it broken up into 4 screens. The first screen displays the information to define what parameter the assigned MIDI controller will control. The second screen shows which MIDI controller is being used. The LCD will display the MIDI control number and its description (i.e. MC 4 FOOT CTLR). Incidentally, the default value is MC 4 which happens to be the Left Foot Controller on the X15. The MIDI DataMONITOR may be selected for use in this screen to display MIDI data being sent. The third screen displays the LOW value (minimum value) of the parameter's range. The fourth screen displays the HIGH value (maximum value) of the parameter's range. High and Low values refer to MIDI controller values. These parameters may be "swapped" to make the value change in a reverse or opposite direction. While you are in the first screen you may also view MIDI data. Change the value until the bottom of the screen displays MIDI DataMONITOR. (turn the Encoder counterclockwise) You are allowed to change between MIDI controllers on the device you are sending MIDI data from (keyboards, X-15, etc.) and view the corresponding data in this screen. The top half of the display will show the numerical value of the MIDI data being received by the MULTIVERB ALPHA 2.0. Displayed in the bottom half is the actual MIDI controller being used. Use the Value Up or Down key to change the MIDI controller. When you change the controller, its MIDI data will be displayed in the top half of the LCD.
#1 IS CONTROLING MIX:DRY = 0% #1 LOW VALUE: MIX:DRY = 0%
#1 CONTROLLER IS MC 4:FOOT CTRL. #1 HIGH VALUE: MIX:DRY = 100%
DESCRIPTION OF ALGORITHMS The MULTIVERB ALPHA 2.0 offers over sixty effects selections for you to choose from. Each effect may have several types to select for specifically narrowing down the particular sound you are looking for. The algorithms are listed in five categories in the manual. These are: Signal Frequency Shaping, Swept or Modulated Effect, Natural Reverberation, Gated Reverberation, Delay Algorithms and Utilities. There are some digital categories that cannot be combined together. Rather than tell you which effects cannot be combined, the MULTIVERB ALPHA 2.0 automatically selects (or defaults) to which algorithms may be combined and displays them in the LCD when you are "ADDing an EFFECT". The algorithm name and abbreviation are shown in brackets [ ] under the effect title i.e. [EQUALIZER], [EQL]. Default settings for each parameter are shown in bold brackets [ ] at the beginning of the Parameter Values i.e. . NOTE: When setting up your own presets, select the digital effect you want most in your effects chain first. By doing this, you are able to determine what other effects may be combined with the selected effect. SIGNAL FREQUENCY SHAPING ALGORITHMS EQUALIZER (SEVEN BAND EQUALIZER) [EQUALIZER],[EQL] Parameters: 40Hz [0dB] (+/-) 2,4,6,9,12,15 dB 100Hz [0dB] (+/-) 2,4,6,9,12,15 dB 250Hz [0dB] (+/-) 2,4,6,9,12,15 dB 640Hz [0dB] (+/-) 2,4,6,9,12,15 dB 1.6KHz [0dB] (+/-) 2,4,6,9,12,15 dB 4KHz [0dB] (+/-) 2,4,6,9,12,15 dB 10KHz [0dB] (+/-) 2,4,6,9,12,15 dB The Seven band Equalizer is located directly after the Digital Processor Input slide control. Each band may be adjusted plus or minus 15dB in twelve steps. Use the Equalizer to EQ the signal before it is sent to the digital effects. Levels of the bands are displayed in the LCD both by a complete bar graph display of all bands and the actual frequency with level setting. The LCD will display information like the following diagrams. EQUALIZER GRAPHICS DISPLAY
SAMPLER+PTr [SAMPLER+PTR], [SPT] Sampler Plus Pitch Transposer Parameters: STAT= [REC-RDY] REC-RDY, PLAY, IDLE RECORD= [AUTO] AUTO, MANUL, MIDI PLAY= [SINGLE] SINGLE, PUNCHIN, MIDI, REPEAT, AUDIO LENGTH= [1.25s] 0.02s to 1.25 in 20 ms increments START= [5ms] 0 to 100ms PITCH=  (-)12 to (+)12 half steps in 1 half step increments FINE= [0.00] (-)4.00 to (+)4.00 half steps in 0.06 cent increments BASE KEY= [OFF] OFF, 1 through 127 (key note on) LEVEL= [100%] 0 to 100 percent in % increments Status always informs you of the state the Sampler is in. After a sample has been taken, status is Idle waiting either to be Re-Armed or played. Record lets you choose how you want to sample the sound. Auto is signal activated, the sampler will start recording as soon as signal is applied to the ALPHA 2.0 and the GREEN LED is lit. Manual is operator activated, the sampler will start recording when you press the trigger button or use a footswitch with the Remote jack. MIDI is MIDI activated, the Sampler will start recording when the ALPHA 2.0 receives any Note On message. Play lets you select how the sample is played back when triggered. Single plays back one per trigger, Repeat keeps repeating the sample until triggered again, and MIDI plays back when any Note On message is received. Punchin lets you insert a sample into the current signal stream. When you trigger the sample, the current signal is cut out and only the sample is heard. If you have a preset set up with the Punchin value, set your Dry level in the Mix to 0%. Audio triggers the Sampler to playback when the YELLOW LED is lit. To reset the trigger the YELLOW LED must go out. Length is the amount of time you have to record (and playback) a sample. If you find you've recorded to much, you may eliminate the unwanted end signal by reducing the Length parameter. Start allows you to trim the beginning of the sample removing annoying clicks, unwanted sample material or dead space. Level sets the amount of signal level coming out of the Sampler. Use the Short Sampler, [SAMPLER-S] when you want to combine a sampled sound with reverb. The algorithms from reverb groups one and two are available. Every time the sample is played back it will be subjected to the reverb parameters you have set. The Long Sampler [SAMPLER-L] should be used when you require one and a half seconds of sampling time. You should use the Sampler with Pitch Transposer [SAMPLER+PTr] algorithm when you want to shift the pitch of the sample during playback. Each time the sample is played back it will be subjected to the pitch parameters set.
APPENDIX C MULTIVERB ALPHA 2.0 MIDI MESSAGES The MULTIVERB ALPHA 2.0 responds to the following messages: Program change: Cxh ddh x = channel number 0h to Fh for channels 1 to 16 dd = program number 0h to 7Fh or 0 to 127 If the channel the MULTIVERB ALPHA 2.0 is set to is not off and the channel matches (either it is the same number or OMNI is on), then the unit will look up the preset in the MIDI Program Table (MPT) and recall the corresponding preset. Channel Mode message for OMNI on/off Bxh 7Ch 0h : OMNI Mode Off Bxh 7Dh 0h : OMNI Mode On x = channel number, 0h to Fh for channels 1 to 16 If the channel matches the units's channel number, it will set the OMNI mode accordingly. The current OMNI mode does not affect this message, the channel must match regardless of current OMNI mode. SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE MESSAGES message format: general: <System Exclusive Status> <ART ID> <channel> <product ID> <message ID> <message.> <EOX> in hex: F0h 1Ah 0xh 06h <message ID> <message.> F7h F0h 1Ah 0xh 11h F7h System Exclusive status byte. ART manufacturer's ID number. channel number, 0 to 0Fh. MULTIVERB ALPHA 2.0 product id code. End Of exclusive status byte.
Message ID values >= 40h are requests. A request is a message that when received by the MULTIVERB ALPHA 2.0 causes a message to be sent by the MULTIVERB ALPHA 2.0. 0x is the channel number, 0 to 15 (00h to 0Fh). is displayed as 1 to 16. To the user, the channel number
Internally, presets are numbered 0 to 199. When a preset number is displayed, it is shown as 1 to 200. Any messages that refer to the MULTIVERB ALPHA 2.0 preset number refer to the internal number, 0.199. Preset numbers are referenced in message with 2 data bytes, least significant 7 bits, then most significant bit in the lsb of the next byte. Example: preset 1 on the LCD is referenced with 00h 00h, and preset 200 is referenced with 47h, 01h. When channel number is OFF and a front panel command for a dump is processed, the MULTIVERB ALPHA 2.0 sends a message coded for channel 1 (the lowest channel number).
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF MESSAGES Set Bypass OFF: F0 1A 0x F7 Set Bypass ON: F0 1A 0x F7 This allows remotely setting the state of BYPASS in the MULTIVERB ALPHA 2.0 without affecting anything else in the unit. Request DUMP all presets: F0 1A 0x 11 4B F7 LOAD all presets: F0 1A 0x 11 0B <many bytes> F7 Dumps all presets in preset number order. No compression of the data is done. Request MPT table: F0 1A 0x 11 4C F7 Set MPT table: F0 1A 0x 11 0C <128 * 2 bytes> F7 For each MIDI program number there is a corresponding MULTIVERB ALPHA 2.0 preset number. Each entry (internally) is 0.199 and is sent as 2 bytes. First the least significant 7 bits, then the msb. This is done for each of the 128 MIDI program numbers. When FX ON/OFF Enable is ON, you may use MIDI controller 84 to activate MIDI Bypass. If you find you require additional MIDI technical information, please contact or Customer Service department at (716) 436-2720.
WET BODY CHORUS REV-1 CHO TRM EQL 2 controllers: GROOVY FLANGE FLA GAT-1 AES 3 controllers: INFINITE DREAM R-DDL-S REV-1 CHO EQL 2 controllers: WATCHTOWER REV-1 CHO EQL AES 3 controllers: NIGHT VOYAGER R-DDL-S REV-1 FLA PAN EQL AES 2 controllers: SHADOW TONIGHT CHO GAT-1 EQL AES 1 controller: 4 GHOST CHOIR S-DDL-S FLA EQL AES 2 controllers: CARBIDE CUTTER FLA GAT-1 EQL AES 2 controllers: SPACE PHOBIA REV-2 FLA TRM (no analog) 2 controllers: GRIND TO DEATH T-DDL-S REV-2 EQL AES 2 controllers: OCTAVE SWEEP X15 LPF PTR REV-1 EQL 2 controllers: 11 OCTAVE SWEEP DWN LPF PTR REV-1 EQL 1 controller: 11 PEDAL SWEEP 5TH LPF PTR REV-1 EQL 2 controllers: PEDAL DELAY PAN S-DDL-L MPN EQL 1 controller: 11
X15 LO NOTE BEND PTR REV-1 (no analog) 1 controller: 11 X15 HI NOTE BEND PTR REV-1 (no analog) 1 controller: 11 RED ROCKS S-DDL-S EQL 2 controllers: SLICK BASS GTR FLA PAN EQL 2 controllers: FROG BASS GTR S-DDL-S CHO PAN AES 2 controllers: SMOKEFILLED BASS REV-1 CHO EQL AES 2 controllers: OMINOUS UNDRTONE R-DDL-L PTR (no analog) (no controllers) ORIENTAL DREAMS R-DDL-S PTR (no analog) (no controllers) PITCH MICRO SPIN LPF R-DDL-S PTR (no analog) 2 controllers: WARPED STRINGS LPF R-DDL-L PTR (no analog) 1 controller: 4 HYPER FLANGE GTR R-DDL-S FLA AES 2 controllers: BASSMENT THUNK REV-1 CHO EQL (no controllers) TRAVERS TRY THIS S-DDL-L FLA TRM AES 2 controllers: FLANGED ALIVE R-DDL-S FLA GAT-2 EQL 2 controllers: 11 4
DEEP DLY CHORUS S-DDL-S CHO EQL 2 controllers: STRAT COUNTRY S-DDL-S CHO TRM EQL 2 controllers: HOME-FUNKY GTR R-DDL-S GAT-2 TRM EQL 2 controllers: FULL FAT RHYTHM REV-1 CHO PAN EQL AES 2 controllers: OVERDOSE CHORUS S-DDL-S CHO PAN AES 2 controllers: SWEEPING STRINGS S-DDL-S CHO EQL 2 controllers: CLEAN DRUM VERB LPF REV-1 EQL AES (no controllers) MEDIUM DRUM ROOM LPF REV-3 EQL AES (no controllers) ROCK CONCERT KIT LPF REV-3 EQL AES (no controllers) PERC DECAY R-DDL-S PTR EQL AES 1 controller: 4 TOMS IN THE HALL REV-3 EQL (no controllers) NEW BLUES GTR REV-1 CHO EQL AES (no controllers) PURPLE GATE LPF FLA GAT-2 EQL 2 controllers: BOOM ROOM TOMB LPF REV-2 EQL AES (no controllers) PHIL's TOMS! LPF R-DDL-S GAT-3 EQL AES (no controllers) SNAREGATE REV LPF GAT-3 EQL AES (no controllers) SPOKEN WORD LPF REV-1
EQL AES (no controllers) 85 VOCAL PLATE R-DDL-S REV-3 AES (no controllers) WARM VOCAL ROOM REV-3 EQL AES (no controllers) DOUBLE VOICE R-DDL-S PTR AES (no controllers) CHORUS/DLY VOCAL CHO GAT-1 EQL AES (no controllers) IN FLIGHT VOCAL LPF R-DDL-S REV-3 EQL AES (no controllers) DEJA VU VOCAL GAT-3 EQL AES (no controllers) CLOUD NINETEEN LPF R-DDL-S REV-3 EQL AES (no controllers) BREATH OF OXYGEN LPF R-DDL-S REV-3 EQL AES (no controllers)
THE EVIL ONES R-DDL-S CHO (no analog) (no controllers) 120 BPM SLAP DLY T-DDL-S REV-2 EQL AES 1 controller: 4 HORN/SAX BALLAD T-DDL-S REV-2 EQL AES 3 controllers: INYOURFACE KICK T-DDL-S REV-2 EQL AES (no controllers) BOMBSCARE R-DDL-S PTR EQL AES 1 controller: 4 TUNNEL BOMB R-DDL-S PTR EQL AES (no controllers) SKIN TIGHTHEAD LPF REV-2 EQL AES (no controllers) <BLANK TITLE> (no digital) (no analog) (no controllers) BIG LPF EQL (no RAP KICK REV-1 AES controllers)
CALISTO FLANGE S-DDL-L FLA EQL (no controllers) CRY BABY? LPF EQL 8 controllers: 11 SPATIAL FLANGE FLA EQL AES 2 controllers: NIGHT STALKER T-DDL-L REV-1 EQL AES 2 controllers: GITARAE FUGANT S-DDL-S D-PTR (no analog) (no controllers) PHASED AGAIN S-DDL-S PSR EQL 2 controllers: SPINNING PHASE PSR MIDIPAN EQL 1 controller: 4 SHIMMERPHASE PSR TRM EQL 1 controller: 4 X-15 FOOT PHASE PSR EQL 2 controllers: OLD ORANGE PSR EQL 1 controller: 4 ORIENTAL SWEEP D-PTR AES (no controllers)
COSMIC ARCHIVE R-DDL-S GAT-2 PAN EQL AES (no controllers) VARISPEED LESLIE FLA TRM AES 2 controllers: SYNTH STACCATO R-DDL-S CHO GAT-1 AES 1 controller: 4
How to Read the Preset Description
WARRANTY & SERVICE INFORMATION LIMITED WARRANTY Warranty service for this unit will be provided by Applied Research & Technology, Inc. in accordance with the following warrant statement. Applied Research & Technology, Inc. warrants to the original purchaser that this product and the components thereof, will be free from defects in workmanship and materials for a period of one year from the date of purchase. Applied Research & Technology, Inc. (ART) will, without charge, repair or replace, at its option, defective product or component parts upon prepaid delivery to the factory service department or authorized service center, accompanied by proof of purchase date in the form of a valid sales receipt. EXCLUSIONS: This warranty does not apply in the event of misuse or abuse of the product or as a result of unauthorized alterations or repairs. This warranty is void if the serial number is altered, defaced, or removed. ART reserves the right to make changes in design or make additions to or improvements upon this product without any obligation to install the same on products previously manufactured. ART shall not be liable for any consequential damages, including without limitation damages resulting from loss of use. Some states do not allow limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. For units purchased outside The United States, service will be provided by an authorized distributor of Applied Research & Technology, Inc. SERVICE The following information is provided for the unlikely event your unit requires service. 1) Be sure the unit is the cause of the problem. Check to make sure the unit has power supplied, all cables are connected correctly and the cables themselves are in working condition. 2) If you find the unit to be at fault, write down a description of the problem including how and when the problem occurs. 3) Call the factory for a Return Authorization (RA) number. 4) Pack the unit in it's original carton or a reasonable substitute. The packing box is not recommended for a shipping carton. Put the packaged unit in another box for shipping. Print the RA number clearly under the address. 5) Include with your unit: a return shipping address (We cannot ship to a P.O. Box), a copy of your purchase receipt, a daytime phone number, and the description of the problem. 6) Ship the unit to:
40 WET BODY CHORUS Title Line REV-1 CHO TRM Digital Effects Line EQL Analog Effects Line 2 controllers: MIDI Controller
APPLIED RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY, INC. 215 TREMONT STREET ROCHESTER, NY 14608 ATTN: REPAIR DEPARTMENT RA # ___________________ 7) Contact our customer service department at (716) 436-2720 for your Return Authorization number or questions regarding repairs. Customer Service hours are 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Eastern Time, Monday through Friday.
The first line of the preset description tells you the name and location of each Factory Preset on the first line. On the next line, which digital effects present in the preset are shown. Analog effects used for the preset are listed on the third line. How many and which MIDI controllers are listed on the last line. Table of Effect Abbreviations: FIrst is the abbreviation found in the preset list. Next is the actual effect algorithm name. In brackets, how the algorithm name is displayed in the LCD. For a description of the algorithms and parameters, refer to the section "Description of Algorithms". AES = ACOUSTIC ENVIRONMENT SIMULATOR [ACUENV-SIM], [AES] CHO = CHORUS [CHORUS], [CHO] D-PTR = DUAL PITCH TRANSPOSER [DUAL PTr], [2PT] EQL = EQUALIZER (SEVEN BAND EQUALIZER) [EQUALIZER], [EQL] FLA = FLANGER [FLANGER], [FLA] GAT-1 = GATED REVERB-1 [GATE-VERB-1], [GAT] GAT-2 = GATED REVERB-2 [GATE-VERB-2], [GAT] GAT-3 = GATED REVERB-3 [GATE-VERB-3], [GAT] LPF = LOW PASS FILTER [LOW-PASS], [LPF] MPN = MIDI-PAN [MPN] PAN = PANNER [PANNER], [PAN] PSR = PHASER [PHASER], [PSR] PTR = PITCH TRANSPOSER [PITCH-TRANS], [PTr] R-DDL-S = REGEN-DDL-SHORT [REGEN-DDL-S], [DDL] R-DDL-L = REGEN-DDL-LONG [REGEN-DDL-L], [DDL] REV-1 = REVERB-1 [REVERB-1], [REV] REV-2 = REVERB-2 [REVERB-2], [REV] REV-3 = REVERB-3 [REVERB-3], [REV] S-DDL-S = STEREO-DDL-SHORT [STREO-DDL-S], [DDL] S-DDL-L = STEREO-DDL-LONG [STREO-DDL-L], [DDL] SMP-S = SAMPLER-SHORT [SAMPLER-S], [SMP] SMP-L = SAMPLER-LONG [SAMPLER-L], SMP SMP+PTR = SAMPLER+PITCH TRANSPOSER [SAMPLER+PTR], [SPT] T-DDL-S = TAPPED-DDL-SHORT [TAP'D-DDL-S], [DDL] T-DDL-L = TAPPED-DDL-LONG [TAP'D-DDL-L], [DDL] TNR = GUITAR TUNER [TUNER], [TNR] TRM = TREMOLO [TREMOLO], [TRM]
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