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Using Undo While Playback is in Progress Playing Back a Recorded Track. Setting Track Playback Levels and Panning. Setting each tracks playback level:. Setting each tracks pan:. Recording Multiple Tracks. Changing Track Status. Punching In / Punching Out. Bouncing/Merging Tracks. Drums Track. Syncing Drums to Songs. Recording Drum Machine Tracks. Recording the Mic Input. Recorder Output Configuration. Working with Songs and Loops. Selecting Songs and Loops. Using the GNX3s Footswitches for Recording Recording a Track. Playing Back a Recorded Track. Recording Multiple Tracks. Punching In / Punching Out. Recording a Loop. Recording Layered Overdubs to your Loop. Using Quantize for Seamless Loops. Using the FS300 for Recorder Functions. Recording a Track. Playing Back a Recorded Track. Recording Multiple Tracks. Punching In / Punching Out. Recording a Loop. Recording Layered Overdubs to your Loop. Using Quantize for Seamless Loops.126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52 Appendix. Preset List. MIDI Implementation Chart. MIDI CC List. Specifications.184.108.40.206.75
Other Functions.62 Expression Assign.62 Expression Pedal.62 LFOs.62 Amp Footswitch.63 Control Footswitch.63 Expression Parameter Assignment List.64 Stompbox Effect Parameters.64 Modulation Effects Parameters.65 Utilities.65 Analog Output Configuration.66 Target System Setup.66 Volume Pedal Update.66 V-Switch Threshold.67 Expression Pedal Calibration.67 Bank Names.67 MIDI Channel.68 Bulk Dump.68 MIDI Preset Dump.68 User Amp Dump.69 MIDI Mapping.69 MIDI Merge.70 Digital Level.70 Factory Reset.71 Formatting Recorder Memory.71 GenEdit Editor/Librarian.72
The DigiTech GNX3, is the most advanced guitar processor of its kind. Thanks to the highly advanced technology provided by GeNetX, and the extreme horsepower contained in the Audio DNA DSP engine, you now have the tools to create your own guitar amplifier and speaker cabinet models. All of this power lets you create a sound that is your own. The GNX3s built-in 8 track digital recorder is a valuable tool for designing models, and it has a library full of studio quality effects. The intuitive user interface makes programming as simple as turning a knob. However, your time would be well spent by reading through this Users Guide with your GNX3 in front of you.
Please check to make sure the following items have been included: PSS3 Power Supply Warranty Card GenEdit Editor/Librarian CD Sonic Foundry Loop Sampler CD The utmost care was taken in the manufacturing and packaging your GNX3. Everything should be included and in perfect working condition. However, if you find anything missing, please contact the factory at once. Please take a moment to fill out the warranty card. It is your safeguard in the unlikely event that the GNX3 develops a problem.
The Quick Start section is included for those of you who would rather play now and read later.
1. Connect your instrument to the INPUT jack on the rear panel. 2. Connect the LEFT/RIGHT OUTPUTS to the input(s) of your amplifier(s), power amp, or mixer.
1.Turn the OUTPUT level knob, on the rear panel of the GNX3, all the way down (fully counter clockwise). 2. Connect the PSS3 power supply to the POWER jack on the GNX3. 3. Connect the other end of the PSS3 power supply to an AC outlet. 4.Turn the GNX3 POWER switch on. 5.Turn your amplifier(s) on, and adjust the volume(s) to a normal playing level. Gradually turn up the GNX3s OUTPUT level.
Select an Analog Output Mode
1. Press the UTILITY button. 2. Rotate the DATA WHEEL to select an output mode. 3. Select one of the following settings: mono, stereo, guitar(Left)/Recorder(Right), guitar mono, or guitar stereo.
Select The Target System Setup
1. 2. 3. 4. Select an Output (see Select an Output Mode above). Press the DRUMS button. The Target System Setup menu is displayed. Rotate the DATA WHEEL to select an amplification system. Press EXIT.
Select a Preset
The GNX3 comes with 65 pre-programmed Factory Presets, and 65 User Presets. From the factory, the User Presets are exact duplicates of the Factory Presets. 1. Press the UP/DOWN footswitches to select a Bank. 2. Press Footswitches 1-5 to select a preset, or rotate the DATA WHEEL. Note: To edit a preset, see page 14.
A Guided Tour of the GNX3
The Front Panel
1. Footswitches 1- 5 Depending on the selected mode, these 5 footswitches select presets, change amp channels, turn individual effects on and off, control Learn-A-Lick functions, and give you hands-free operation of the GNX3s recorder. Bypass,Tuner, Learn-A-Lick, and Mode functions are accessed by pressing the labeled pair of footswitches. 2. Matrix The Matrix LEDs light identifying the active effects for the selected preset in performance mode, or the selected row of effects in edit mode. 3. Effect Select Buttons The Effect Select buttons are used together with the Matrix LEDs to choose the effects you want to edit. 4. Recorder Panel The Recorder panel controls the GNX3s digital recorder settings. 5. Status Button In performance mode, the Status button selects the Green or Red Amp Channel. It also activates the amp and cabinet Warping feature (indicated by a yellow LED next to the Status button). In Edit mode it turns the selected effect on and off, or selects a controller type for the expression assignment.
NOTE: Do not connect the S/PDIF output to analog auxiliary, CD, phono, or tape inputs on consumer electronic devices. It is not compatible with these inputs.
Once the audio connections are made, turn the GNX3s Output Level, on the rear panel, all the way down (counterclockwise). Connect the PSS3 to the power jack, on the back of the GNX3, and the other end to an AC outlet. Turn the power switch On. Turn the power to your amplifier(s) on. Set the amp(s) to a clean tone and set the tone controls to a flat EQ response (on most amps, this would be 0 or 5 on the tone controls). Turn the Output Level of the GNX3 up to increase the volume.
About the GNX3
A preset is a named and numbered location of a programmed sound that resides in the GNX3. Presets can be recalled with the FOOTSWITCHES or the DATA WHEEL. The GNX3 comes with 65 Factory and 65 User presets. The Factory Presets do not let you store changes to them. The User presets let you store changes. From the factory, the 65 User presets are exact duplicates of the 65 Factory presets. This lets you create your own presets without worrying about losing any of the original 9
presets. When you select a preset, the name of the preset appears in the green alpha-numeric display and the number of the preset appears in the red numeric display. The User LED to the right of the numeric display lights indicating the User preset is active. The Factory LED lights indicating a Factory preset is active.
The GNX3s Modes
When you first apply power to the GNX3, it powers up in one of three modes: Bank, Stompbox, or Recorder. Modes are selected in two different ways: 1. Press the MODE button (located to the right of the DATA WHEEL). OR 2. Press FOOTSWITCHES 4 and 5 simultaneously. Depending on which mode is selected, the UP/DOWN footswitches will light a different color. When Bank mode is selected, these footswitches will be lit green ( this is the default mode from the factory). When Stompbox mode is selected, these footswitches will be lit yellow. And when Recorder mode is selected, these footswitches will be lit red. In any of the modes, the display shows the selected presets name and number. The vertical LEDs on the Matrix indicate which effects are active for the selected preset.
When Bank Mode is active the UP/DOWN footswitches are used to select the 13 User Banks. Successive presses of the UP/DOWN footswitches advances through all User/Factory Banks. Pressing and holding a UP/DOWN footswitches scrolls through the User Banks. Once a Bank is selected, a preset within that bank needs to be selected. If a preset is not selected within 5 seconds, the GNX3 returns to the previous bank and preset.
Stompbox mode is another mode of operation that can be used during a performance. When Stompbox mode is active, the UP/DOWN footswitches are used to select the GNX3s presets. The 1-5 Footswitches turn the effects on and off. FOOTSWITCH 1 turns the Distortion Stompbox modeling on and off. FOOTSWITCH 2 switches between the Green, Red, and Yellow amp channels. FOOTSWITCH 3 turns the Chorus/Mod Effects module on and off. FOOTSWITCH 4 turns the Delay on and off. FOOTSWITCH 5 can be used to control any parameter in the GNX3 by either toggling the parameter between 2 values or by momentarily changing a parameters value while the pedal is pressed and returning to its original value when the pedal is released (see Expression Pedal section on page 61 for more information). As an added feature, Footswitch 4 (the Delay footswitch) can be used as a tap-tempo switch for setting the delay time during a live performance. To create a tap-temp switch, do the following: 10
1.Turn the delay on. 2. Press and hold the Footswitch 4 while in Stompbox Mode. 3. Press and hold it again to change it back to a Delay on/off switch.
When Recorder mode is active, the GNX3s UP/DOWN footswitches are used for selecting songs and loops that reside in the recorders memory. The 1-5 footswitches are used for hands-free control of the recorders functions. FOOTSWITCH 1 rewinds back through a song. FOOTSWITCH 2 deletes the last track recorded. FOOTSWITCH 3 stops the recorder playback. FOOTSWITCH 4 begins recording. FOOTSWITCH 5 playback the recorded tracks.
Other Footswitch Functions
The Footswitches are also access other GNX3 functions. For example, pressing Footswitches 1 and 2 simultaneously, or pressing the lit Footswitch (in Bank mode) bypasses the the current preset. Pressing Footswitches 2 and 3 simultaneously accesses the Tuner. Pressing Footswitches 3 and 4 simultaneously activates the Learn-A-Lick feature. In Learn-A-Lick, Footswitches 1-5 control various Learn-A-Lick functions.
The Expression Pedal
The expression pedal performs different functions depending on the preset.The Expression Pedal can control three different parameters in each preset. Rock the Expression Pedal back and forth to change the values of the assigned parameters. The pedal can control assigned minimum and maximum values (stop points) for each parameter. The Expression Pedal also includes a feature called V-Switch that lets you override the parameters assigned to the Expression Pedal and replace them with the Wah effect. See page 61 for more information on assigning the Expression Pedal.
The GNX3 presets can be bypassed for a clean, unprocessed guitar tone. Bypass turns off all effects and modeling. To bypass the GNX3 in Bank mode, press the active presets Footswitch (the 1-5 footswitch that is lit), or press Footswitches 1 and 2 simultaneously. To bypass the GNX3 while in Stompbox or Recorder Mode, press Footswitches 1 and 2 simultaneously. When the GNX3 is bypassed, the display reads BYPASS and all LEDs in the matrix are off. Press any Footswitch to exit Bypass and return to the last preset. The Matrix and Programming buttons are not available in Bypass.
The Tuner in the GNX3 lets you quickly tune or check the tuning on your guitar. Press Footswitches 2 and 3 simultaneously to access the Tuner. The display briefly flashes TUNER. To begin tuning, play a note on your guitar (a harmonic at the 12th fret usually works best).The red numeric display shows the note being played, and the green alpha-numeric display indicates whether the note is sharp or flat. Arrows to the left (<<<) indicate the note is sharp and should be tuned down. Arrows to the right (>>>) indicate the note is flat and should be tuned up. When your note is in tune, -><- is displayed. While the tuner is selected, you can set your tuning reference with the Data Wheel. The default factory setting is A=440 Hz. The tuning references range from 427 Hz to 453 Hz ( 50 cents (1/2 semitone) from either direction of 440 Hz). Below 427 Hz, are alternate dropped tunings. The alternate tunings are REF A (A=Ab), REF G(A=G), and REF G(A=Gb). The display window briefly flashes the selected tuning preference. 11
Jam-A-Long / Learn-A-Lick
The Jam-A-Long feature lets you connect a Tape, CD, or MP3 player to the GNX3. The tape, CD, or MP3 players signal is output through the GNX3s left, right, and headphone outputs. To use the Jam-A-Long feature, do the following: 1. Connect the headphone output of your player to the JAM-A-LONG INPUT, on the rear panel of the GNX3, with a 1/8 stereo cable. 2. Press play on your Tape, CD, or MP3 player. The Learn-A-Lick function lets you record a nine second passage of music and play it back as slowly as 1/4 the original speed with no change in pitch. This is very useful for picking out the notes of a fast guitar solo. There are 6 Learn-A-Lick functions.They are: Rewind (Controlled by Footswitch 1) Fast Forward (Controlled by Footswitch 2) Stop (Controlled by Footswitch 3) Record (Controlled by Footswitch 4) Play (Controlled by Footswitch 5) Tempo Down (Controlled by down Footswitch) Tempo Up (Controlled by Up Footswitch)
Select a Pattern
1. Press the STORE (Pattern) button to adjust the drum pattern. The selected drum pattern is shown in the display. 2. Rotate the DATA WHEEL to select a new pattern. There are 30 different patterns and a metronome available including:
ROCK 1 ROCK 2 ROCK 3 ROCK 4 HrdROCK1 HrdROCK2 HrdROCK3 POP 1 POP 2 POP 3 FUNK 1 FUNK 2 FUNK 3 BLUES JAZZ DANCE 1 DANCE 2 DANCE 3 DANCE 4 URBAN 1 URBAN 2 CouNTRY1 CouNTRY2 CouNTRY3 SWING 1 SWING 2 REGGAE CHACHA BOSSA 1 BOSSA 2 METROnom
To adjust the Tempo, do the following: 1. Press the UTILITY (Tempo) button. The display shows the current tempo in beats per minute (BPM). 2. Rotate the DATA WHEEL to select a new tempo. Tempo ranges are from 40 beats per minute (40BPM) to 240 beats per minute (240BPM).
To adjust the Level, do the following: 1. Press the AMP SAVE (Level) button. The display reads DruM LVL (drum level). 2. Rotate the DATA WHEEL to select the playback volume of the drum loop. Level ranges are from 1 to 99. 3. Press the DRUMS button again to turn the Drum Machine off.
Editing/Creating a Preset
The GNX3 was designed to make sound processing easy and intuitive. Because the GNX3 provides both Amp Modeling and Effects Processing, the editing functions are divided into two sections: the Amp/Cabinet Modeling section and the Effects section. The GeNetX technology contained in the GNX3 lets you go much further than mere Amp Modeling. GeNetX lets you create your own Amp/Cabinet HyperModel and store this custom creation to a User Amp/Cabinet location. When editing either the Amp/Cabinet Modeling, or the Effects section, you must start with one of the User or Factory Presets. It is not possible to start with a completely empty preset. The preset you begin with does not need to be in the location that you intend to save it. To begin creating a HyperModel or just edit the effects, you must select a preset as your starting point.
After selecting a preset, you can select the Amp Models or Cabinet Types for your preset. Amp/Cabinet Modeling applies the tone of one of several vintage or modern Amp Models and Cabinet Types to your guitar signal. The GNX3 includes accurate emulations of fifteen guitar Amp Models, four Bass Amp Models, one Acoustic Guitar Simulation, and sixteen Speaker Cabinet Types.Your choices include:
Rotary Speaker is an emulation of a device that includes a spinning horn and rotor (woofer). The rotation of these two speakers produced an interesting combination of sound panning from side to side, as well as a slight pitch change due to the speed of the sound coming towards, and then going away from the listener. Parameter 1 - The Parameter 2 knob adjusts the rate (Speed) of the spinning speakers. Ranges from 0 to 99. Parameter 2 - The Parameter 3 knob controls the intensity (Depth) of the Effect. Ranges from 0 to 99. Parameter 3 - The Parameter 4 knob controls the Pitch Shift (doppler) effect that is the ratio between the horn and the rotor positions. Ranges from 0 to 99. * Parameter 4 - Selects the crossover frequency between the horn and rotor. Ranges from 200Hz to 1500Hz. Mod Mix - The Parameter 5 knob controls the mix (mod mix) of wet and dry signal. Ranges from 0 (all dry) to 99 (all wet).
An AutoYa combines the characteristics of a Wah and a Flanger together creating an almost human vowel sound as if the guitar were saying Yah. The AutoYa automatically provides this animation by modulating the sound at an even rate. Parameter 1 - The Parameter 2 knob adjusts the rate (Speed) of the AutoYa. Ranges from 1 to 99. Parameter 2 - The Parameter 3 knob adjusts the intensity (Depth) of the AutoYa effect. Ranges from 1 to 99. Parameter 3 - The Parameter 4 knob adjusts the throaty quality (Range) of the AutoYa effect. Ranges from 1 to 50. 26
* Parameter 4 - Adjusts the left to right balance of the wet signal. Ranges from L 99 to R 99. Mod Mix - The Parameter 5 knob controls the mix (mod mix) of wet and dry signal. Ranges from 0 (all dry) to 99 (all wet).
The YaYa is an effect exclusive to DigiTech products. The YaYa is controlled by the Expression Pedal and combines the characteristics of a wah and a flanger together providing a unique talk box type of effect. As the Expression Pedal is rocked back and forth, the guitar appears to say Yah. The YaYa effect must be linked to the Expression Pedal in order to function. See page 37 for more information on linking the Expression Pedal. Parameter 1 - The Parameter 2 knob adjusts the Ya Pedal position (YA PeDaL). Ranges from 0 to 99. Parameter 2 - The Parameter 3 knob adjusts the intensity (Depth) of the YaYa effect. Ranges from 1 to 99. Parameter 3 - The Parameter 4 knob adjusts the throaty quality (Range) of the YaYa effect. Ranges from 1 to 50. * Parameter 4 - Adjusts the left to right balance of the wet signal. Ranges from L 99 to R 99. Mod Mix - The Parameter 5 knob controls the mix (mod mix) of wet and dry signal. Ranges from 0 (all dry) to 99 (all wet).
A Pitch Shifter copies the incoming signal, then shifts the pitch of the copied note to a different note. The shifted note is then mixed back with the original signal sounding as if two guitars were playing parallel notes. Parameter 1 - The Parameter 2 knob adjusts the Amount of Pitch Shift (SHIFT) in intervals of one semi-tone. Ranges from 24 semitones below to 24 semitones above. Parameter 2 - The Parameter 3 knob adjusts the left/right balance of the shifted pitch.Ranges from left 99 (mod left 99) to right 99 (mod rght 99). Mod Level - The Parameter 5 knob controls the level (mod levl) of the shifted pitch. Ranges from 0 to 99. The Parameter 4 knob does not function when the Pitch Shifter is selected.
Delay records a portion of the incoming signal, and plays it back a short time later. The recorded segment can repeat just once, several times, or infinitely (that turns off the input to the Delay and lets you play over the top of a passage in the Delay loop). The Delay in the GNX3 also includes a Ducker Threshold that lets you set the signal strength required before the Delay records. This feature lets you control the Delay with your playing. Delay On/Off - The STATUS button turns the Delay (delay) on and off. Delay Type - The Parameter 1 knob selects one of the 5 different types of Delay. The Delay choices include: MONO (clear concise repeats) pingpong ( bounces from side to side) ANALOG (deteriorates with each repeat) anlgpong (side to side with deterioration) Spread (clear concise repeats with stereo imaging)
Time - The Parameter 2 knob adjusts the length of time between repeats. Ranges from 10 MS through 2000MS (10 through 2000 milliseconds) in 10 ms increments. Use the Data Wheel while the Delay Time appears in the Display to adjust the Delay Time in 1 ms increments. 28
Feedback - The Parameter 3 knob adjusts the number of times the delayed signal will repeat (feedback). Ranges from 1 to 99 and rpt hold (infinite repeat). Ducker Threshold - The Parameter 4 knob adjusts the level (threshld) the input signal must reach before the Delay signal is attenuated. Ranges from 0 to 99 and off (oF). * Ducker Attenuation - The Ducker Level selects the amount of attenuation applied to the Delay signal when the Ducker Threshold has been exceeded. Ranges from 0 to 99. * Delay Balance - The Delay Balance adjusts the left/right balance of the Delay signal. Ranges from L 99 to R 99. * Spread - This parameter increases or decreases the stereo imaging for the Spread Delay. Range is 1-50. Delay Level - The Parameter 5 knob adjusts the volume (dly levl) of the Delay signal. Ranges from 0 to 99.
Using External SmartMedia Memory Cards
The GNX3 recorders memory can be increased by using an optional external SmartMedia memory card. On the back panel is a card slot for adding memory. The GNX3 supports memory cards from 16Meg to 128Meg in size. The table below shows the amount of record time each of the currently available cards will provide: Card Size CD Normal Economy 16Meg 3 track minutes 6 track min 12 track min 32Meg 6 track minutes 12 track min 24 track min 64Meg 12 track minutes 24 track min 48 track min 128Meg 24 track minutes 48 track min 96 track min 45
To use an external memory card with the GNX3, follow these steps: 1. Place the card into the MEMORY CARD slot with the contacts facing down.
When a memory card is inserted into a GNX3 for the first time, it needs to be formatted by the GNX3 in order to use it. To format the card, do the following: 1. Once a card has been inserted into the GNX3s Memory Card slot, the display reads format? and the RECORD button begins flashing. 2. Press the RECORD button once and the display asks if you are sure? you want to format. 3. Press the RECORD button again to begin formatting the card. The GNX3s functions are temporarily disabled during the card formatting process. Depending on the memory card size, this process may take several minutes. 4. When formatting is complete, the display reads reading, indicating the GNX3 is reading the newly formatted card. The GNX3 returns to the preset screen indicating the card is now ready for recording. NOTE: Once you have recorded onto an external card, you must run the Card>>PC utility explained in the Recorder Setup section on page 45 if you plan to use the card with an external card reader connected to a computer. Failure to do so can result in recorded material being lost
Memory Card/Computer File Format
Once the card has been properly prepared (Preparing Card for Computer) for the computer using the card preparation routine in the GNX3s recorder setup menu, you can now use a computers memory card reader to access these files. These files can be copied between the memory card and your computer using standard drag and drop routines you are familiar with. When plugging a card into a card reader, you can open it up on your computer screen and see each of the song file folders. The audio track files are found inside each of the song folders. The GNX3s uses a specific song and track file naming convention that needs to be maintained when exchanging files with a computer. When a card is inserted into a card reader, the songs appear as folders named SONG01, SONG02, etc The number of songs can change depending on how many songs or loops are saved on the memory card. Inside each of the song folders are the separate audio tracks which will be named TRAK01.wav,TRAK02.wav, up to TRAK08.wav. It is important that each songs name starts with SONGXX (XX = song number) with no spaces, and each audio track is named TRAK01-TRAK08 with a.wav extension in order for the GNX3 to recognize these files. You can rename tracks and songs while viewing them in the computer with some restrictions. Here are some naming formats that are acceptable. The following names are acceptable for song folders: 46
Recording Layered Overdubs to your Loop
Adding overdubbed layers to your first loop is easy. Since TRACK 2 is already armed for recording, press the RECORD footswitch when you are ready to begin recording your overdub. To add overdubs to the current loop, follow these steps: 1. Press the RECORD footswitch. The TRACK 2 button lights solid red and begins recording on this track. 2.When finished, you can press PLAY to stage the next track for recording or press RECORD to begin adding your next overdub. 57
If at anytime you are not satisfied with your current take while recording overdubs with your original loop, you can undo it by pressing the UNDO footswitch. This erases the contents of a track and lets you proceed with trying another take without having to stop. To use the UNDO function while recording a loop, follow these steps: 1. Press the UNDO button once. The GNX3s main display reads rerecord. 2. Press the UNDO button again within 3 seconds to start re-recording. The display reads undodone and the recorder returns to the beginning of the song and resumes recording on the same track. If the UNDO button is not pressed again within 3 seconds of the first press, the recorder ignores the undo request and recording continues unaffected.
Using Quantize for Seamless Loops
When recording loops, it is important that you set the loop length exactly so that your loop is seamless from finish to start. Sometimes our timing may not be perfect when pressing the PLAY footswitch to set the length. The GNX3 provides a Quantize feature that corrects these timing problems to the nearest eighth note. Quantize looks at the point where you pressed the PLAY footswitch in relation to the tempo you are using for your loop. Lets say you were recording a four second loop and you pressed the PLAY footswitch just a little late. No problem, with Quantize enabled, the looper will automatically cut off the extra recording and give you a perfect four second loop. To enable the Quantize feature, follow these steps: 1. Begin with the recorder stopped by pressing the STOP button. 2. Press the SETUP button until the GNX3s main display reads: quantize. 3. Use the DATA WHEEL to turn the Quantize feature on and off. Quantize only affects delay loops and will not affect songs. 4. Press the EXIT button.
Using the FS300 for Recorder Functions
The GNX3 is equipped with a footswitch jack that allows you to connect an optional FS300 for controlling the GNX3s recorder. This 3-button footswitch features functions for STOP/UNDO (switch A), RECORD (switch B), and PLAY (switch C). The FS300 is an ideal companion for JamMan users as it allows you to leave your GNX3 footswitches setup for changing presets or switching amp channels and effects on and off while the FS300 is used for both recording songs and creating loops.
bottom turn around point for the LFO (not available when volume is the assigned parameter). 5. Rotate the Parameter 3 knob to select the maximum value the assigned parameter reaches at the top turn around point for the LFO (not available when volume is the assigned parameter). 6. Rotate the Parameter 4 knob to select the speed that the LFO oscillates from the minimum to the maximum values. LFO speed ranges from (.O5 HZ) to 10 Hz (1O HZ). 7. Rotate the Parameter 5 knob to select the waveform the LFO oscillates on. Your choices include: triangle (Triangle) - a smooth rise and fall, but abrupt turn around in oscillation. SINE (Sine) - a smooth rise, fall, and turn around in oscillation. SQUARE (Square) - an abrupt rise, fall, and turn around in oscillation. 8. Store your LFO assignment to your preset. See page 17 for more information on the storing procedure.
From the factory, the Amp Footswitch switches between the Green and the Red Amp Channels. However, the GNX3 lets you select the Amp Footswitch function. The procedure for assigning the function of the Amp Footswitch is as follows: 1. Press either EFFECT SELECT button until the Exp Assign row is selected. 2. Press the STATUS button until the display reads AMP FS (Amp Footswitch). 3. Rotate the Parameter 1 knob to select the Amp Footswitch function. Your choices include: G-R - Switches between the Green and Red Amp Channels. G-Y - Switches between the Green and Yellow (Warped) Channels. R-Y - Switches between the Red and Yellow (Warped) Channels. G-R-Y - Switches between the Green, Red, and Yellow (Warped) Channels. 4. Store your Amp Footswitch assignment to your preset. See page 17 for more information on the storing.
When using the GNX3 in Stompbox mode, FOOTSWITCH 5 becomes a Control Footswitch. This provides even more real-time expressive control during performance when used in conjunction with the Expression pedal. Up to three 3 parameters can be controlled between two different values in each preset using the Control footswitch. The Control footswitch can function in two different ways, as a Toggle footswitch or as a Momentary footswitch. When using the Toggle function, the Control footswitch behaves like a normal footswitch in that it switches to and ON state when pressed once and then an OFF state when pressed again. This type of function is useful when you want to use it for turning effects like the Compressor or Whammy on and off. It can also be used to toggle between two different parameter settings, for instance, a delay level of 10 or a Delay level of 50. When using the Momentary function, the Control footswitch switches ON as long as it is being pressed, and turns OFF when it is released. Experimenting with different parameters can produce some very interesting results. For instance, you can assign Pitch Shift amount and have your guitar shift from a fifth above when the Control footswitch is pressed and return to normal pitch when it is released. The procedure for assigning the Control footswitch in the GNX3 is as follows: 1. Press either EFFECT SELECT button until the Exp Assign row is selected. 2. Press the STATUS button until Control footswitch assignment #1 is displayed, ctrl1 fs (Pressing the STATUS button again accesses assignments #2 and #3). 63
Analog Output Configuration
The GNX3s analog outputs can be configured several different ways, giving you a variety of signal routing possibilities for both recording and performing applications. The available analog output configurations are: mono (guitar processor and recorder output summed to mono) stereo (guitar processor and recorder output in stereo), g>l r>r (guitar left output, recorder right output), mono gtr (Mono output, guitar processor only), and ster gtr (Stereo output, guitar processor only). When using either Mono or Stereo, both the GNX3s guitar processing and the recorders outputs are mixed together at the analog outputs. When Guitar g>l r>r (guitar left output, recorder right output) is selected, the GNX3s guitar processing is summed to mono and sent to the left analog output while the recorders output is summed to mono and sent to the right analog output. This is useful if you want to run the GNX3 to a guitar amplifier setup (using the Left/Guitar output) while sending the recorder output direct to a mixer (using the Right/Recorder output). When using either mono gtr (Mono output, guitar processor only), and ster gtr (Stereo output, guitar processor only), only the GNX3s guitar processing is sent to the analog outputs and the recorder output is muted. To select the analog output configuration, do the following: 1. Press the UTILITY button. The Utility buttons LED lights. 2. Using the MODE or DRUMS button, scroll to the left or right until anlg out is displayed (Analog Output Configuration setup menu). The display begins flashing between anlg out and the selected output configuration. Note: stereo is the default set from the factory 3. Use the DATA WHEEL to change the output configuration. 4. Press the EXIT button to exit.
Target System Setup
The GNX3 can be connected to any type of amplification system. However, the signal requirement changes depending upon the type of amplification system. The Target System Setup optimizes the GNX3 for the type of amplification system it is used with.The procedure for selecting the Target System is as follows: 1. Press the UTILITY button. The Utility buttons LED lights. 2. Using the MODE or DRUMS button, scroll to the left or right until targ sys is displayed.
The GNX3 lets you customize the names of the 13 User Banks where the 65 User presets reside. Customized Bank names aids in quickly identifying the User Bank containing the presets you may need for a particular song or set.The procedure for naming the User Banks is as follows: 1. Press the UTILITY button.The Utility buttons LED lights. 2. Using the MODE or DRUMS buttons, scroll to the left or right until BANKS is displayed. 67
3. Use the DATA WHEEL to select the User Bank you want to rename. 4. Press STORE to access the naming menu.The far left character of the Bank name begins to blink. 5. Use the DATA WHEEL to select the desired alpha-numeric character. 6. Press the DRUMS button to select the next character to the right, and the MODE button to select the previous character to the left. 7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 until the Bank name appears in the display. 8. Once the Bank name appears correctly in the display, press STORE again. namesavd is displayed briefly indicating the Bank name has been saved, and then new Bank name appears. 9. Press EXIT to return to the GNX3 presets.
The GNX3 MIDI channel is only used for receiving incoming MIDI data. The GNX3 does not send MIDI program change commands or CC data.The procedure for selecting the MIDI channel is as follows: 1. Press the UTILITY button. The Utility buttons LED lights. 2. Using the MODE or DRUMS buttons, scroll to the left or right until midichnl is displayed. The numeric display show the selected MIDI channel. 3. Rotate the DATA WHEEL to select the MIDI channel. Your choices include 1 through 16, AL (all), and of (off). 4. Press EXIT to return to the GNX3 presets.
The Sysex Bulk Dump uploads all the GNX3 presets and utility data to a sysex librarian, or MIDI recording device.This is useful for making a backup copy of all your customized settings. The procedure for performing a Bulk Dump is as follows: 1. Connect a MIDI cable from the GNX3 MIDI Out to the the MIDI In of a MIDI recording device. 2. Press the UTILITY button. The Utility buttons LED lights. 3. Using the MODE or DRUMS buttons, scroll to the left or right until Bulkdump is displayed. The Store button blinks indicating it must be pressed to begin the bulk dump. 4. Set the MIDI recording device to record. 5. Press STORE to begin the dump.The display reads SeNDBuLK until the dump is complete at which time the display reads bulkdump. 6. Press EXIT to return to the GNX3 presets. NOTE:The Bulk Dump sends information on the MIDI channel defined in the MIDI Channel menu.
MIDI Preset Dump
The Sysex Preset Dump uploads individual GNX3 presets to a sysex librarian, or MIDI recording device. This is useful for making a backup copy of customized presets, or copying your presets into another GNX3. The procedure for performing a Sysex Preset Dump is as follows: 1. Connect a MIDI cable from the GNX3 MIDI Out to the the MIDI In of a MIDI recording device or the MIDI in of another GNX3. 2. Press the UTILITY button.The Utility buttons LED lights. 3. Using the MODE or DRUMS buttons, scroll to the left or right until PrSTDuMP (Preset Dump) is displayed. 4. Use the DATA WHEEL to select the preset number you want to dump. 68
DigiTech GNX1-GNX3/BNX3/Genesis3 Firmware Update Instructions
Windows OS 1. Download the correct firmware updater for your device to your computer. 2. Extract the files to a single folder/directory. 3. Make sure your GeNetX device is connected to the computer via MIDI (see GenEdit Help for more information). 4. If you have presets or settings you would like to save, use GenEdit to backup the device (see GenEdit help for more information). 5. Start the GenUpdater.exe application. 6. Select the correct product and MIDI ports from the drop-down lists. 7. Click the Select Version button and select the OS file with the correct version number, indicated by the last two characters of the file name, excluding the extension (e.g. GNX3_13.h00 = GNX-3 version 1.3). 8. Click Open to open the OS file and begin the update. 9. When the update completes, close GenUpdater. 10. If you have a GNX floor processor, follow the prompts to recalibrate the expression pedal and allow it to reboot. 11. If you created a backup of your presets, you can now restore them to the device using GenEdit.
Update Recovery If you should encounter errors or if the power is interrupted during the update process, follow these steps to recover and complete the update: 1. Power off your GeNetX device. 2. Repeat Installation and Updating steps 5-8 above. 3. When the GenUpdater status window shows Trying to connect to the target immediately power on your GeNetX device 4. There is a narrow window of time in which the device must respond to GenUpdater. If you see the message Couldn't clear the target's LEDs in the status window the connection attempt has failed and you will need to repeat steps 1 & 2 until the update begins. 5. Follow Updating steps 9-11 above.
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