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Thank you, and congratulations on your choice of the BOSS BR-532 Digital Studio. Before using this unit, carefully read the sections entitled: USING THE UNIT SAFELY (page 23) IMPORTANT NOTES (page 45) These sections provide important information concerning the proper operation of the unit. Additionally, in order to feel assured that you have gained a good grasp of every feature provided by your new unit, Owners manual should be read in its entirety. The manual should be saved and kept on hand as a convenient reference.
s Printing Conventions in This Manual
Text or numerals enclosed in square brackets [ ] indicate buttons. [START] START button [REC] REC button Reference such as (p. **) indicate pages in this manual to which you can refer.
Copyright 2001 BOSS CORPORATION All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form without the written permission of BOSS CORPORATION.
USING THE UNIT SAFELY
Used for instructions intended to alert the user to the risk of death or severe injury should the unit be used improperly. Used for instructions intended to alert the user to the risk of injury or material damage should the unit be used improperly. * Material damage refers other adverse effects respect to the home furnishings, as well animals or pets. to damage or caused with and all its to domestic
The symbol alerts the user to important instructions or warnings.The specific meaning of the symbol is determined by the design contained within the triangle. In the case of the symbol at left, it is used for general cautions, warnings, or alerts to danger. The symbol alerts the user to items that must never be carried out (are forbidden). The specific thing that must not be done is indicated by the design contained within the circle. In the case of the symbol at left, it means that the unit must never be disassembled. The q symbol alerts the user to things that must be carried out. The specific thing that must be done is indicated by the design contained within the circle. In the case of the symbol at left, it means that the powercord plug must be unplugged from the outlet.
Before using this unit, make sure to read the instructions below, and the Owners Manual....
Do not open or perform any internal modifications on the unit or its AC adaptor. (The only exception would be where this manual provides specific instructions which should be followed in order to put in place user-installable options; see p. 13.)....
Do not excessively twist or bend the power cord, nor place heavy objects on it. Doing so can damage the cord, producing severed elements and short circuits. Damaged cords are fire and shock hazards!....
Do not attempt to repair the unit, or replace parts within it (except when this manual provides specific instructions directing you to do so). Refer all servicing to your retailer, the nearest Roland Service Center, or an authorized Roland distributor, as listed on the "Information" page....
This unit, either alone or in combination with an amplifier and headphones or speakers, may be capable of producing sound levels that could cause permanent hearing loss. Do not operate for a long period of time at a high volume level, or at a level that is uncomfortable. If you experience any hearing loss or ringing in the ears, you should immediately stop using the unit, and consult an audiologist....
For EU Countries This product complies with the requirements of European Directive 89/336/EEC.
For the USA
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE STATEMENT
Canceling a recording or editing procedureUndo/Redo.. 58
Reversing the last operationUndo.... 58 Canceling the UndoRedo..... 58
Organizing the songs youve recorded... 59
Copying a Song (Song Copy).... 59 Erasing songs (Song Erase)..... 59 Saving memory on the memory card (Song Optimize).... 60 Naming songsSong Name..... 60
Formatting the memory cardInitialize... 61 Using the Rhythm Guide.... 62
Patterns...... 62 Creating patterns..... 63 Inserting a step.... 64 Erasing a step..... 64 Deleting all steps..... 65 Saving the pattern..... 65 Selecting a pattern..... 66 Copying patterns..... 66 Changing a pattern name.... 66
Synchronizing with MIDI devices... 67
MIDI Fundamentals..... 67 Using an external MIDI sound module to play the rhythm guide... 68 Synchronizing playback with a MIDI sequencer.... 69 Synchronized playback with the BR-532 as the master... 69 Using MMC..... 70 Operating MMC-compatible devices with the BR-532.... 70
Mixing the output from an external MIDI device with the output from your BR-532 (AUDIO SUB MIX).. 72 Displaying the song information... 73
Displaying the remaining available recording time.... 73 Displaying the memory card usage.... 73
Search for the musics start and end (Scrub/Preview)... 74
Scrubbing to find the music starting point.... 74 Changing the scrub points..... 75 Using Scrub and Preview to find the music ending point... 75 Enabling the Preview Function.... 75 Finding the music ending point.... 75
Tuning an instrumentTuner... 76
Changing to the tuner..... 76 Tuning...... 76 Setting the reference pitch of the tuner.... 77
Copying difficult songsPhrase Trainer.. 78
Slowing down the speed (Time Stretch function)... 78 Canceling the center sound (Center Cancel function)... 78
Using the insert effects... 79
Effect patches and banks..... 79 Editing insert effect settings.... 80 Saving insert effects settings (Write).... 81 Changing the insert effect connections.... 81
Using the loop effects.... 82
Selecting the loop effect..... 82 Adjusting how the loop effect is applied..... 82
Initializing the BR-532s settings... 83
Initializing all the BR-532s settings.... 83 Initializing the system settings..... 83 Initializing the effect settings..... 84 Initializing the Rhythm Guide User patterns.... 84
Loop Effect Parameter Functions... 85
Insert Effect Algorithm List... 86
BANK: GUITAR/BASS..... 86 1. COSM GUITAR AMP..... 86 2. ACOUSTIC SIM..... 86 3. BASS SIM...... 86 4. ACOUSTIC GUITAR.... 87 5. BASS MULTI..... 87 6. COSM BASS AMP.... 87 BANK: MIC..... 87 7. VOCAL MULTI.... 87 8. VOICE TRANSFORMER..... 87 BANK: LINE..... 88 9. STEREO MULTI..... 88 10. LO-FI BOX..... 88 BANK: SIMUL..... 88 11. VO+GT.AMP..... 88 12. VO+AC.SIM..... 88
This is an input jack for connecting a separately sold foot switch (BOSS FS-5U, Roland DP-2). By using this FOOT SW jack, you can start/stop playback, punch in/out, and more.
LINE IN jack
In order to use a foot switch (p. 46)
These are input jacks for analog audio signals.These jacks are used to connect CD players and other audio devices and keyboards, rhythm machines, and other external sound sources.
MIDI OUT connector
AUDIO SUB MIX switch
Connector for sending MIDI data.Connect it to the MIDI IN connector of an external MIDI device (rhythm machine or sound module).
Turn this switch on to mix the signal input from LINE IN with the output to LINE OUT. With INPUT SELECT set to a setting other than LINE, and AUDIO SUB MIX turned on, the signal is mixed and output to LINE OUT. * Only the analog signal is mixed, so the DIGITAL OUT signal will not be affected.
This is the power switch. It turns the power of the BR-532 on/off.
10 DC IN (AC Adaptor) jack
Connect the AC adaptor (PSA-series; optional) to this jack.
LINE OUT jack
These are output jacks for the analog audio signal. You can connect MD recorders, tape recorders, or other recording devices to record the output analog signal from the BR-532.
You must use only the PSA-series AC adaptor. Use of any other adaptor may cause overheating or malfunctions.
11 Cord Hook
Wrap the cable around this hook so that the AC adaptor cable is not pulled out accidentally. If the AC adaptor is disconnected during operation, your important recorded data may be lost.
1. Make sure that the power of the BR-532 is turned off. 2. Remove the battery cover on the rear panel. * When turning the unit upside-down, get a bunch of newspapers or magazines, and place them under the four corners or at both ends to prevent damage to the buttons and controls. Also, you should try to orient the unit so no buttons or controls get damaged. * When turning the unit upside-down, handle with care to avoid dropping it, or allowing it to fall or tip over. 3. Being careful not to reverse the polarity (+/-), insert six AA dry-cell batteries into the battery compartment. * Roland recommends using longer-life alkaline batteries. * Do not mix new batteries with partially used batteries, and do not mix batteries of differing types. 4. Close the battery cover.
12 Security Slot (
When the battery power becomes low, Battery Low appears in the display. When this message appears, replace the existing batteries with new ones as soon as possible.
Moving to the end of a play
To move to the time where the last sound of a song is recorded, press and hold [STOP] and press [FF]. Each V-Track of the selected track is checked and you move to the time of the last recorded sound for the song.
Moving through a song using hours, minutes, seconds, frames, or sub frames
Press PARAMETER [ ][ ] to move the cursor to hours, minutes, seconds, frames, or sub-frames display, and turn the TIME/VALUE dial to change the current time in the song.
Moving through a song in measures or beats
The current positions measure number and beat number are displayed at the location labeled MEASURE in the display. * For the demo songs, a pattern (p. 62) has already been created (SNG) and it is set so that measure numbers, beat numbers, and pattern are properly synchronized. Press PARAMETER [ ][ ] to move the cursor to MEASURE display, and turn the TIME/VALUE dial to change the current measure or beat number in the song.
Recording/playing back a song
(1) Preparing the memory card
The BR-532 writes the recorded data directly to the inserted memory card. Therefore, for recording or playback, the memory card must be inserted. 2. Press PARAMETER [ ][ INI, and press [ENTER].
Memory cards supported by your BR-532 (p. 13)
Inserting the memory card
3. Press PARAMETER [ ][ CRD, and press [ENTER].
Format? appears in the display. Before inserting the memory card (SmartMedia), be sure to first turn off the BR-532. If a memory card is inserted when the power is turned on, the data in the memory card may be destroyed, or the memory card may become unusable. Insert the memory card into the memory card slot. The supplied memory card still has some remaining space; however, for extended recording, you will need to erase some of the demo song or prepare a new memory card (32 MB or greater is recommended). For information on how to erase data from the memory card, refer to Erasing songs (Song Erase) (p. 59). * A write-protect sticker (p. 61) is not affixed to the supplied memory card. In case you would like to save the data, you will need to affix a write-protect sticker to the card.
4. Press [ENTER].
Quick Start (Recording/playing back a song)
Are you sure? appears.
* If the write-protect sticker is affixed to the memory card, Protected! appears in the display. You cannot initialize the memory card if this message appears. 5. To continue with the initializing, press [ENTER] (YES). To cancel the operation, press [EXIT] (NO) (or [UTILITY]). When [ENTER] (YES) is pressed, initializing begins. When the formatting has been completed, Completed! appears in the display, and you are returned to the Play page. * Depending on the capacity of the memory card, initializing may take more than ten minutes to complete. This is not a malfunction.The progress of the initializing is shown in the display. Do not turn off the BR-532 until the initializing has been completed.
Formatting the memory card
* This is not necessary for memory cards that have already been used with the BR-532. Newly purchased memory cards, or memory cards that have been used previously with a computer will need to be prepared so they can be used with the BR-532. Carry out the following steps in the order given to complete the procedure (this preparation process is called formatting). 1. Press [UTILITY].
Do not remove the memory card or turn off the BR-532 while the memory card is being initialized. Doing so can destroy the data on the memory card and/or render the memory card itself unusable. * When formatting starts, a new song is automatically created. In this case, the data type selected is STANDARD (LV1).
(2) Select the song to record
When the memory card contains more than one song, the song that was recorded last is automatically selected. To record a new song, follow the procedure given below.
1. Press [UTILITY].
Recording a new song
About data types
When you record a new song, the BR-532 allows you to set the data type. This enables you to select the combination of audio quality and recording time that is most suitable for the material you are recording. The following data types can be selected. * The data type of a song cannot be changed after it is created. 2. Press PARAMETER [ ][ NEW, and press [ENTER]. Type appears in the display.
HiFi (MT2) (multitrack 2):
For high-quality recordings. This data type is recommended when you will be doing a lot of track bouncing. Normally you should select this type. 3. Turn the TIME/VALUE dial to select the desired data type. * The BR-532 uses a sample rate of 44.1 kHz. It is not possible to change the sample rate. 4. Press [ENTER]. Are you sure? appears.
For recordings that will take longer than what can be provided with the MT2 data type. This data type is useful for when there is little space remaining on the memory card, or when recording live performances.
In order to record at a good sound level, you should adjust the input levels so that the PEAK indicator lights momentarily when a guitar is strummed strongly or vocals are sung loudly.
Also, when monitoring the sound with headphones, use the MASTER fader to adjust the volume to the level you desire. * To adjust the volume of devices connected to the LINE OUT jack or DIGITAL OUT connector, refer to the instruction manual that came with the device.
(4) Using insert effects
The BR-532 comes with two onboard effects processors: an insert effect and loop effects. Below is an explanation of the operations related to the insert effects. 2. Press PARAMETER [ ][ ] to align the cursor up with the effect patch on the upper right side of the display, and turn the TIME/VALUE dial to change the effect patch. P: Preset Patch U: User Patch S: Song Patch If effects are turned off (the EFFECTS indicator is off) when the effect patch is changed, effects are automatically turned on (the EFFECTS indicator lights) and the effects are added to the sound. Select the desired effect patch.
What is an insert effect?
An effect added directly to a specific signal (with the BR-532, this refers to the instrumental sounds from an INPUT jack) is called an insert effect. The effect pedals that a guitarist connects between his guitar and amp are a type of insert effect. Loop effects, on the other hand, are effects connected to the send/return jack of mixers and other similar devices. (refer to p. 42)
Switch effect patches
The BR-532 provides numerous effects for vocals, guitar, etc., and two or more of these effects can be used simultaneously. Such a combination of effects (i.e., the types of the effects used and the order in which they are connected) is called an algorithm. Each effect in an algorithm offers a certain number of parameters, which allow the sound to be altered (similar to tweaking the knobs on a stomp pedal). The algorithm and its parameter settings are bundled into units called effect patches. By changing the effect patch, you can simultaneously change the stored effect combinations, their on/off status, and the parameter settings, and completely change the sound. Some effect patches are particularly effective for stereo recording. For recording in stereo, refer to Selecting the recording track (p. 33).
Effect Patch List (p. 110). Insert Effect Algorithm List (p. 86)
1. Press PARAMETER [ ][ ] to move the cursor to the bank indication in the upper-right corner of the display, and turn the TIME/VALUE dial to change banks. Banks are a collection of effect patches.
With your BR-532, you can choose from manual or automatic punching in/out. * You can use the Undo function (p. 58) to revert to the condition before re-recording. * The data prior to punch-in/out will remain on the memory card without being erased. If this data is no longer needed, in order to use the memory card effectively, use the song optimize function (p. 60) to delete unneeded data from the memory card.
3. Start playback and adjust the volume of the input source using the INPUT LEVEL knob. Listen to the track you will be re-recording and the input source and adjust the volume of the input source using the INPUT LEVEL knob so that it is the same level as the track. 4. Move to a position before where you want to start rerecording and press [PLAY] to start playback. 5. Press [REC] to punch in at the location where you want to start recording. The BR-532 starts recording. 6. To punch out, press [REC] (or [PLAY]) again. Each time you press [REC], you punch in and punch out, so if there is another location that you want to redo, then you can punch in again at that location using the same procedure. 7. Press [STOP] to stop recording. * During automatic updating, Keep Power On! appears in the upper line of the display, while the lower line shows what is being processed.
8. Listen to the re-recorded results. Return the song to a point earlier than you re-recorded, and play it back. Adjust the volume of track 1 using the TRACK fader.
Auto punching in and out
Automatically punching in and out at predetermined locations (or times) in the song is referred to as auto punching in/out. When you want to punch in and out at accurate times or when you want to concentrate on playing rather than punching in and out manually, the auto punch in/out function is very useful.
Manually punching in and out using a foot switch
In order to use a foot switch
When you are using a foot switch (BOSS FS-5U, Roland DP-2, etc.) to punch in and out, connect the foot switch to the FOOT SW jack on the BR-532 and change the function of the FOOT SW jack by following the procedure given below. 1. Press [UTILITY]. 2. Press PARAMETER [ ][ SYS, and press [ENTER]. 3. Press PARAMETER [
Specifying the area for recording
Before you begin recording, you must register the locations at which punch-in and punch-out will occur automatically. 1. Register the location where you want to punch in.
Erasing by specifying the time (TIME/MES)
Perform the procedure given below to erase the portion between specific times.
9. Press PARAMETER [ ][ ] to move the cursor, and turn the TIME/VALUE dial to specify the ending of the portion of data you want to erase. 10. When you are ready to execute the erasure, press [ENTER]. The display will ask Are you sure?, so that you can confirm the operation. 11. Press [ENTER]. The erasure is executed. 12. Press [EXIT] several times to return to the Play page. * After specifying the time in the procedure above, if you change the display to show measures (p. 50), a + may appear to show that there is a discrepancy between the actual current position and the position displayed. If you specify the locations using measures, specify the locations at each screen using the TIME/VALUE dial to eliminate the discrepancy.
You can also enter the time using [LOCATOR], [ZERO], [STOP] + [REW], [STOP] + [FF], and AUTO PUNCH [IN/OUT]. 3. Press PARAMETER [ ][ ERS, and press [ENTER].
Erasing a complete track (ALL)
5. Press PARAMETER [ ][ ] to move the cursor, and turn the TIME/VALUE dial to select the track/VTrack to erase from. 6. Press [ENTER].
Exchanging recorded data (Track Exchange)
Perform the procedure given below to exchange the recorded data between two tracks.
5. Press PARAMETER [ ][ ] to move the cursor, and turn the TIME/VALUE dial to select the track/VTrack to erase. 6. When you are ready to execute the erasure, press [ENTER]. The display will ask Are you sure?, so that you can confirm the operation. 7. Press [ENTER]. The erasure is executed. 8. Press [EXIT] several times to return to the Play page.
Example: exchanging all the data on track 1 with all the data on track 2
Track 1 A Track 2 D E B C
Track 1 D Track 2 A B C E
3. Press PARAMETER [ ][ EXC, and press [ENTER].
4. Press PARAMETER [ ][ ] to move the cursor, and turn the TIME/VALUE dial to select the two tracks/ V-Tracks to exchange data. 5. When you are ready to execute the exchange, press [ENTER]. The exchange is executed. 6. Press [EXIT] several times to return to the Play page.
With the Preview Function, you can playback the one-second portion of the song before or after your current position. By using this together with the Scrub Function, at the same time slowly moving your current position in the song, it becomes easy to find the exact transition point from one phrase to the next. For details on how to use the Scrub and Preview function together, refer to Using Scrub and Preview to find the music ending point (p. 75).
NowTime Sound Data
When the cursor is set under the scrub point, it is possible to change scrub point by TIME/VALUE dial.
Time SCRUB TO PREVIEW TO SCRUB FROM PREVIEW FROM
When the REC TRACK button is pressed, it begins flashing, and the sound on that track is muted. 2. Slowly turn the TIME/VALUE dial to move the current position and search for the starting point of the phrase (e.g., where sound is first emitted). 3. After you find the exact point where the music starts, press [STOP] to stop scrubbing.
You can now press [LOCATOR] to register a locator point so that you can find the point easily later.
Changing the scrub points
You can set either the point before or after the current position as the scrub point. Follow the procedure given below to change the scrub point. 1. Press [UTILITY]. 2. Press PARAMETER [ ][ SCR, and press [ENTER]. ] to move the cursor to
Using Scrub and Preview to find the music ending point
Enabling the Preview Function
First you must enable use of the Preview Function at the BR532. 1. Press [UTILITY]. 2. Press PARAMETER [ ][ SCR, and press [ENTER]. ] to move the cursor to
3. Press PARAMETER [ ][ ] to select FROM/TO, and turn the TIME/VALUE dial to change scrub points.
3. Press PARAMETER [ ][ ] to select Preview SW, and turn the TIME/VALUE dial to set ON.
Scrubs to your current position. Scrubs from your current position. This enables use of the Preview Function. 4. Press [EXIT] (or [UTILITY]) several times to return to the Play page. * During automatic updating, Keep Power On! appears in the upper line of the display, while the lower line shows what is being processed.
4. After completing the setting, press [EXIT] (or [UTILITY]) repeatedly to return to the Play screen. * During automatic updating, Keep Power On! appears in the upper line of the display, while the lower line shows what is being processed.
Finding the music ending point
1. Hold down [STOP] and press [PLAY]. The [PLAY] indicator begins flashing and scrubbing starts. When the Preview SW is ON, pressing [REW] during the scrub plays back the data in the second leading up to the current position; pressing [FF] (or [PLAY]) during the scrub plays back the data for one second starting from the current position. 2. Use the Preview Function while scrubbing to search for the point where the music ends. Slowly turn the TIME/VALUE dial to move the current position and search for the ending point of the phrase (e.g., where sound is last emitted). At this time, use [REW] to make sure that the phrase is not simply cutting in and out during playback. 3. After you find the exact point where the music ends, press [STOP] to stop scrubbing.
Your BR-532 is shipped with the user patches (U) containing the same patches as the preset patches (P).
When you create a new song, copies of the patches in the user patches (U) are made in the song patches (S) for each bank.
Editing insert effect settings
If you wish to create a new effect sound, you should first select an existing patch that is closest to the sound you want, and then edit its settings. If you wish to save the effect settings that you edited, save them as a user patch or song patch. 1. Press [EFFECTS]. The Effect Settings screen appears.
][ ] to move the cursor to 4. Press PARAMETER [ each effect and turn the TIME/VALUE dial to turn each effect on or off. Blocks that are turned on are shown in uppercase letters, while blocks that are turned off are shown in lowercase letters. Turn on the effects that you want to use.
2. Press PARAMETER [ ][ ] to move the cursor to the upper right side of the display and turn the TIME/ VALUE dial to select the effect patch bank and number. 3. Press PARAMETER [ ][ EDIT, and press [ENTER]. ] to move the cursor to
5. Press PARAMETER [ ][ ] to move the cursor to the effect with the parameter that you want to change and press [ENTER]. The Parameter Setting screen for each effect appears.
The Edit Effect screen appears and the algorithm (the connection sequence for the effects being used) is displayed.
6. Use PARAMETER [ ][ ] to select a parameter, and turn the TIME/VALUE dial to edit the value. s When effect patches in the SIMUL bank are selected, GTR and MIC appear instead of EDIT. Move the cursor to GTR to modify a guitar-use effect, or to MIC to modify an effect for use with a mic, then press [ENTER].
7. If you would like to edit another effect, press [EXIT] to return to the previous screen, and repeat steps 56.
If you wish to save the current effect settings, perform the procedure described in Saving insert effect settings, below. * Edited effect settings are temporary. If you exit the Edit Effect screen without saving the effect patch you changed, TMP appears next to the indication of the bank. Press [ENTER] to return to the Edit Effect screen. For how to save the changes, refer to Saving insert effects settings in the next section.
Adjusts the manner in which the de-esser will be applied relative to the input signals.
This is a simple delay.
Normal delay sound and another delay sound with half time of normal one are panned across the left and right channels. This will be effective when stereo output is used.
Adjusts the frequency at which the de-esser effect will begin to be applied. The effect will be made apparent in the frequencies above the frequency set here.
Delay Time (SINGLE: 21000 mS, PANNING: 2500 mS)
This parameter adjusts the amount of feedback. Changing the amount of feedback causes the number of times the delayed sound is repeated to change as well.
Low Mix Level (0100)
Adjusts the amount of phase-shifted sound of the lower range that is to be mixed with the input.
Adjusts the volume of the enhanced sound.
By adding a slightly time-delayed sound to the direct sound, an effect of multiple sounds heard together (a doubling effect) is produced. The best effect is achieved when stereo output is used. This effect can be used when the Modulation Effect Type parameter is set to DOUBLN.
A 4-band equalizer. * With the algorithm 2. ACOUSTIC SIM, it becomes a 3band equalizer with Low-Mid and High-Mid in the display changing to only Mid.
This parameter turns the equalizer effect on/off.
This parameter turns the doubling effect on/off.
Low Gain (-20+20 dB)
This parameter sets the gain (amount of boost or cut) for the bass equalizer.
Delay Time (0.550 mS)
Low-Mid Gain (-20+20 dB)
This parameter sets the gain (amount of boost or cut) for the low-midrange equalizer.
Adjusts the diffusion. The panning of the direct sound and effect sound can be spread to left and right. Effective when stereo output is used.
Low-Mid Freq (10010.0 kHz)
This parameter sets the central frequency for the lowmidrange equalizer.
Low-Mid Q (0.516)
This parameter sets the range of change in gain for the frequency set by Low-Mid Freq. A larger value results in a narrower range of change.
By adding sounds which are out-of-phase with the direct sound, this effect enhances the definition of the sound, and pushes it to the forefront.
High-Mid Gain (-20+20 dB)
This parameter sets the gain (amount of boost or cut) for the high-midrange equalizer.
This parameter turns the enhancer effect on/off.
High-Mid Freq (10010.0 kHz)
This parameter sets the central frequency for the highmidrange equalizer.
Adjusts the manner in which the enhancer will be applied relative to the input signals.
NO. Patch Name COMPRESSOR DE-ESSER VOCAL EQ KARAOKE VOX NARRATION VOX DETUNE M&F Duet CHIPS & MUNK DEEP VOICE UNISON VOX Algorithm VOCAL MULTI VOCAL MULTI VOCAL MULTI VOCAL MULTI VOCAL MULTI VOCAL MULTI VOICE TRANSFORMER VOICE TRANSFORMER VOICE TRANSFORMER VOICE TRANSFORMER
s LIN (LINE)
NO. Patch Name CMP+FAT EQ LO&SLOW FLNG ST CHORUS PS: DETUNE ST DOUBLER CHORUS+DELAY 1920's RADIO 1960's RADIO VINTAGE 45's CLASSIC LP Algorithm STEREO MULTI STEREO MULTI STEREO MULTI STEREO MULTI STEREO MULTI STEREO MULTI LO-FI BOX LO-FI BOX LO-FI BOX LO-FI BOX
s SIM (SIMUL)
NO. Patch Name JC-120+COMP CLN TW+COMP CRUNCH+COMP BLUES+COMP HVY CM + VO SIM+DIRECT S-PZO+DL EFX SIM+50msDL SIM+HVY CM H-ENH+LNG DL Algorithm VO+GT.AMP VO+GT.AMP VO+GT.AMP VO+GT.AMP VO+GT.AMP VO+AC.SIM VO+AC.SIM VO+AC.SIM VO+AC.SIM VO+AC.SIM
DIGITAL STUDIO Model BR-532
Frame Count xxxyyyyy xxx yyyyy xxyyyyyy xx yyyyyy xxyyyyyy xx yyyyyy xyyzzzzz x yy
Date: Jun. 25, 2001 Version: 1.00
1. TRANSMITTED DATA
sChannel Voice Message
If the MIDI parameter Rhythm MIDI Ch. is set to 116, note numbers/velocities corresponding to the rhythm pattern will be transmitted on the MIDI channel that is specified for the rhythm guide. Status 9nH Second mmH Third llH 0H - FH (ch.1 - ch.16) 00H - 7FH (0 - 127) 01H - 7FH (1 - 127)
Reserved (000) Frame No.(0-29)
Reserved (00) Seconds (0-59)
Reserved (00) Minutes (0-59)
n = MIDI Channel No. : mm = Note No. : ll = Velocity :
Reserved (0) Time Code type
If the MIDI parameter Rhythm MIDI Ch. is set to 116, note numbers corresponding to the rhythm pattern will be transmitted on the MIDI channel specified for the rhythm guide. Status 8nH Second mmH Third llH 0H - FH (ch.1 - ch.16) 00H - 7FH (0 - 127) 40H (64)
The time code types defined by the MIDI specification correspond to the BR-532 Sync parameter MTC Type as follows. MTC Type" setting MIDI specification setting 0 = 24 Frames/Sec = 25 Frames/Sec = 30 Frames/Sec (Drop Frame) 29D 3 = 30 Frames/Sec (Non Drop Frame) 29N or 30 zzzzz Hours (023)
5. Press [PLAY].
Press [STOP] to stop playing. Crank It Up Composed and produced by Gundy Keller Copyright 2001 A-TOWN recordings
Digital Studio Its a Fact
The BR-532 is a complete, all-in-one recording studio that can record up to 4 primary trackseach with 8 virtual tracks. These can be mixed down, along with a separate stereo drum track and onboard effects, and then transferred digitally to a computer or CD burner. Key features include: Built-in microphone and battery power for recording on-the-go Insert/loop effects with COSM guitar amp modeling, bass simulator, reverb, delay and EQ. Records to SmartMedia card of up to 128 MB (32 MB card included) Phrase trainer with time-stretch and centercancel function Onboard Rhythm Guide with realistic drum sounds and a variety of patterns including rock, blues, jazz and more.
3. 4. 5. 6. To change the pattern type of the Rhythm Guide, press PATTERN SELECT. Turn the TIME/VALUE dial to scroll through and preview various rhythm patterns. To change the tempo, tap at least four times on the TAP button to set the tempo. To stop the Rhythm Guide, press the Rhythm Guide's ON/OFF button until its light turns off.
Using the GUITAR/BASS Input
1. 2. 3. Plug a guitar into the GUITAR/BASS input on the rear of the BR-532. Press the left INPUT SELECT button to activate the GUITAR/BASS input. Turn the left SENS knob until the red PEAK light flashes occasionally when the instrument is played at its loudest level. Adjust the INPUT LEVEL knob until the LCD screen's IN level meter shows 3-5 bars.
Loading and Playing a Song
To load and play back the demo song in the BR-532: 1. Press UTILITY. Press or until "SONG SELECT" is displayed. 2. Press ENTER. 3. Turn the TIME/VALUE dial to select the demo song Crank It Up. 4. Press PLAY and bring up the AUDIO TRACK MIXER faders, MASTER fader, and RHYTM GUIDE fader to listen to the song.
Inserting an Effect
Use the following procedure to audition some of the BR-532's internal effects on the guitar input: 1. Press the EFFECTS buttonso that it lights redto view the effect bank for the GUITAR/BASS input. 2. Turn the TIME/VALUE dial to select an effect patch, and play your guitar to hear the effect. 3. Repeat Step 2 to try out other effect patches. 4. Press EXIT/NO to exit the screen.
Creating a New Song
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Press UTILITY. Use the PARAMETER buttons to select SONG NEW. Press ENTER. "Type:" is displayed. Turn the TIME/VALUE dial to select HiFi (MT2). Press ENTER"Are you sure?" is displayed. Press ENTERa new song is created.
Recording Your Performance
Use the following procedure to record a track with a COSM guitar effect on Track 1: 1. Follow the steps in "Using the GUITAR/BASS Input" and "Inserting an Effect" to get a recording level and to choose the desired effect. 2. Press REC TRACK 1 so it lights red. 3. Raise the first AUDIO TRACK MIXER fader and MASTER fader to a comfortable level. 4. Press REC, followed by PLAYyou're now recording your performance on Track 1. 5. Press STOP to stop recording. 6. Press ZERO to return the start of the song. 7. Press PLAY to listen to your newly recorded track.
Using the Rhythm Guide Feature
Use the following procedure to preview some of the patterns in the BR-532's Rhythm Guide: 1. Press the Rhythm Guide's ON/OFF button until it's lit solid red. 2. Raise the RHYTHM GUIDE fader to the desired listening level.
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Digital Studio Applying Reverb to a Track
Use the following procedure to add reverb to a track: 1. Press LOOP EFFECTS. The effect level for each track is displayed. 2. Press PARAMETER to select the desired track. 3. Turn the TIME/VALUE dial to raise the effect levelas the level goes up, more reverb is added to the track. 4. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 to add reverb to other tracks as desired.
Track bouncing is the process of copying several tracksalong with their mixer settings and effectsonto one or two other tracks, in mono or stereo, respectively. Use the following procedure to perform a stereo track bounce: 1. Before bouncing tracks, adjust all of their mixer settingsincluding level, panning and effectsas desired. 2. Press BOUNCE (ON/OFF). The TRACK L R indicators blink red and the display shows the selected destination tracks. 3. Press EXIT to return to the main screen. 4. Press ZERO to return to the top of the song. 5. Press REC, followed by PLAY to begin the bounce. 6. When the tracks have finished playing back, press STOP. 7. To listen back to the bounce, press ZERO to return to the top of the song, followed by PLAY. Note: You can bounce to any empty destination tracks and V-Tracks as described in the BR-532 Owner's Manual.
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