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TASCAM CD-GT1 Factory Preset
Apr. 2003 Rev. B TASCAM R&D / TEAC Corp. Effect Slot ON / OFF LIB DIST / COMP TONE EFX1 PAR EFX1 MIX EFX2 PAR EFX2 MIX A1 ON 69 A2 ON 34 A3 ON 00 -A4 ON 68 A5 ON 20 B1 ON 11 B2 ON 70 B3 ON 61 B4 ON 28 B5 ON 45 LVL 64 64
Portable CD Guitar Trainer
is appliance has a serial number located on the rear panel lease record the model number and serial number and retain them for your records odel number _____________ erial number _____________
Important safety precautions
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
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This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following countermeasures. a) Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna b) Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. c) Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit other from that to which the receiver is connected. d) Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/ TV technician for help.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral trinagle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the products enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
Changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by TEAC CORPORATION for compliance could void the users authority to operate this equipment.
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Important Safety Instructions
1 Read these instructions. 2 Keep these instructions. 3 Heed all warnings. 4 Follow all instructions. 5 Do not use this apparatus near water. 6 Clean only with dry cloth. 7 Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturers instructions. 8 Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat. 9 Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet. 10 Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus. 11 Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer. 12 Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over. 13 Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time. 14 Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped. Do not expose this apparatus to drips or splashes. Do not place any objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on the apparatus. Do not install this apparatus in a confined space such as a book case or similar unit. The apparatus draws nominal non-operating power from the AC outlet with its POWER switch in the off position.
The microphone input is unbalanced. Use an unbalanced microphone cable fitted with a 1/4 plug. Ni-MH batteries may exhibit reduced performance in an environment under 10C (50F). Also, if these batteries are not used for some time after charging, they may also exhibit reduced performance. The performance of alkaline batteries also depends on temperature and time since manufacture (low temperatures and longer periods mean shorter battery life, regardless of the battery indicator as shown on the display). Bear this in mind when operating the unit, and use freshly recharged Ni-MH batteries, new alkaline batteries or use an AC adapter if battery life seems inadequate.
NOTES The CD-GT1 cannot play unfinalized CDR/RW discs. In addition, some finalized CD-R/RW discs may be unplayable on the CD-GT-1. To avoid the possibility of slight noise when you use the unit with the AC adapter, remove the batteries before connecting the AC adapter. If any batteries are accidentally left in the unit, you should always switch the unit off when changing between AC adapter and battery power.
Important Safety Instructions Safety Information
This product has been designed and manufactured according to FDA regulations title 21, CFR, chapter1, subchapter J, based on the Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act of 1968, and is classified as a class 1 laser product. There is no hazardous invisible laser radiation during operation because invisible laser radiation emitted inside of this product is completely confined in the protective housings. The label required in this regulation is shown here.
DO NOT REMOVE THE PROTECTIVE HOUSING USING A SCREWDRIVER. USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE. IF THIS PRODUCT DEVELOPS TROUBLE, CONTACT YOUR NEAREST QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL, AND DO NOT USE THE PRODUCT IN ITS DAMAGED STATE.
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Table of contents First steps with your CD-GT1.. 6 Making connections.. 7 Adjusting the balance.. 8 Using the menu system. 9 Using the CD player.. 10 Pitch and tempo changes. 11 Using effects.. 12 Effect presets and parameters. 13 Using the tuner.. 14 Facts and figures (specifications). 15
First steps with your CD-GT1
About this manual
hen we refer to a key or connector or control on the we write it like this PLAY hen we refer to an item shown on the display we write it like this MENU ture range to to lways dispose of used batteries as recommended by your local authorities hen the battery level drops the unit automatically shuts down and must be restarted with the POWER switch after the batteries have been replaced ote that the battery indicator on the display only provides a rough estimate of remaining battery life and under some circumstances there may not be enough power in the batteries to power the despite the battery power indication on the display
Switching on the unit
e has two power switches se the first POWER switch sliding switch to turn the power to the whole unit on and off e second switch GUITAR controls the power to the GUITAR/INPUT jack and effect unit f this section is off you cannot use this jack or use any of the guitarmicrelated menu systems effect and tuner lso note the HOLD switch that locks the s controls and keys when it is in the ON position
e uses four batteries not supplied e recom mend the use of rechargeable i batteries alkaline batteries may also be used lways use batteries of the same type lways replace all batteries to gether f you are not going to use the for some time remove the batteries lace the batteries following the + and markings inside the battery compartment aximize battery life by using the unit in the following tempera
f the unit is powered using batteries for more than minutes in stop mode or with no disc loaded or opened the player shuts down the part of the display goes blank but you can still use the guitar section estart the player alone by using the PLAY key or use the POWER switch if both the and guitar sec tions are turned off
Using an AC adapter
nly use a adapter not supplied sing another type of adapter may damage your lways make sure that the voltage matches the voltage written on the adapter
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Connecting a guitar
o connect a guitar or bass guitar to the unit simply connect one end of the guitar cord to the guitar and connect the other to the GUITAR/MIC IN jack of the f you use effects pedals or stomp boxes you can connect the output of these to the remember that the has its own effects et the GUITAR/MIC switch to GUITAR ake sure the GUITAR power button is pushed in
Connecting a microphone
onnect a suitable microphone ask your dealer if you are not sure to the GUITAR/MIC IN jack of the et the GUITAR/MIC switch to MIC
Connecting a footswitch
ou can connect a footswitch to the to step through the effect slot settings or to cue the player handsoff see later in this manual for details o avoid problems with your use only a footswitch or similar nonlatching pushtomake footswitch connected to the FOOT jack
Connecting a stereo line source
ou can also connect a stereo line source such as the outputs from a syn thesizer a guitar preamplifier or rack mount effects unit or a cassette deck etc to the se the LINE IN minijack beside the GUITAR/MIC IN jack
You should NEVER connect the speaker outputs of a guitar amplifier to anything except speakers. If you are in any doubt at all about what you can connect to your CD-GT1, ask someone who knows.
onnect the unit to a stereo systems input or mixer input etc using a suitable stereo cable not supplied connected to the s LINE OUT stereo minijack onnect a pair of headphones not supplied to the PHONES stereo mini jack for private listening
NEVER connect a guitar amplifier to the CD-GT1s GUITAR/MIC input, as you will damage your equipment if you do this.
Adjusting the balance
e has three input sources the being played the guitar or microphone connect ed to the GUITAR/MIC IN jack any stereo input connected to the LINE IN jack e first and last of these cannot have their input levels changed by the but see below for details of how to balance the with the input se the level control of the device connected to LINE IN to adjust the level of this source remember that this source cannot be effected by the s effects se the s INPUT control to adjust the level of the guitar or mic before it is sent to the effect hen a menu is not selected you can use the 5 and b keys to set the relative balance of the guitar or microphone but not the LINE IN source compared to the output from the player is MIX value
Use the INPUT control to adjust the GUITAR/MIC IN level
The MIX feature (5 and b keys outside menu mode) adjusts the balance betwen input and CD
Use the CD-GT1's menu system to set the output level of the internal effect
Use the OUTPUT control to adjust the overall level to the LINE OUT and headphones
You can't adjust the input level of LINE IN with the CD-GT1
can be set to between 5 and +5 emember that this is only pos sible when not in menu mode se the s menu system to adjust the output level of the effect
ere are two outputs the line and the headphones ese cannot have their levels set seperatelyuse the OUTPUT control to set the overall output level
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Using the menu system
ee the table on this page for details of the different menus and their settings o enter the menu system press the LCD MENU key until the menu you want appears shown in a flashing re versed box and the first menu item is shown on the main part of the screen se the up or down keys 5 and b to set the value of the first menu item ote that you do not need to press ENTER to set the values e settings change as soon as the key is pressed ress ENTER to move to the next menu item in the list ress MENU to move to the next menu and its first menu item xit the menu system using the DISPLAY/ESC key
The TUNER menu requires you to press ENTER after the TUNER menu is shown on screen (as the effect sound is cut when the tuner is operational). Menu Menu item Values Notes
EFF LIB Parameter LVL PIT SSA KEY FINE PLAY CUE FOOT
ON/OFF 00 to to to 50% (pitch) or 0, 8, 16, 32 and 50 (SSA) SSA ON/OFF O6 to I6 (or SSA) 50 to +50 (or SSA) ALL/SGL CUE/FLS EFF/CUE
turns effect on or off preset number depends on effect type effect output level sets pitch shift or slow speed audition values Sets slow speed audition on or off Sets pitch shift in semitones sets pitch shift in cents all or single play cue or flash play operation sets footswitch mode: either step through the effect slots, or cueing
AT/MT MODE CAL
E2 to E5 (when tuning) AT/MT automatic or manual tuning 435 to 445 calibration in Hz
Using the CD player
e s player works in much the same way as other players with a few minor differences and special features as explained on this page oad s label side up shiny side down in the pen and close the player door by hand
Skipping between tracks
se the two skipsearch keys marked as m/. and //, to move back and forward a track at a time by pressing and releasing the appropri ate key
sing the PLAY menu item set SGL sin gle play ress the LOOP key so that you see LOOP 1 on the display bottom left e current track will repeat
Searching within tracks
se the skipsearch keys to search within the disc by pressing and holding the appropriate key
sing the PLAY menu item set ALL play all the disc ress the LOOP key so that you see LOOP alone on the display bottom left e whole disc will repeat
ress the playpause key yJ key to start playback and to pause playback ress the stop key H to stop play back hen you use the player with batter ies starting and stopping playback take longer than under power this saves battery power
The CUE key
e CUE key is a special feature of the hen you press this key the playback position returns to the last point where playback started hat happens next depends on the CUE menu item setting in the MENU menu f this is set to CUE playback is paused at the cue point but if it is set to FLS playback restarts from the cue point if CUE is pressed from play or pause
With a footswitch connected, you can use this instead of the CUE key for hands-free operation (set the FOOT menu item to CUE).
Looping (I/O points)
se the I/O key to set the start in point of the loop then use the key to set the out point e section between the points will repeat seamlessly ressing the I/O key again clears the loop points and cancels loop mode ith these points set I-O shown on the display you can restart the loop mode if it has been canceled using the LOOP key
se the DISPLAY/ESC key to change the display between track elapsed time track remaining time and total remaining time you cannot do this in menu mode
ress the LOOP key so that LOOP does not show on the display bottom left
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Pitch and tempo changes
ere are three modes for changing the way a is played back
Only one of these modes can be active at a time.
ese modes help you to play along at a different key or a different tempo so that you can learn your favorite riffs and licks
Use these together with the looping function to help your practice.
KEY mode e key mode changes the key of the music by six semitones up or down e tempo does not change e value is set in semitones and cents ths of a semitone shown as I6 to O6 hen both semitones and cents are the KEY mode is off if is on this is also off hen this mode is on the display shows KEY se this mode when you find the key
of the track difficult to play or sing in SSA mode e low peed udition mode slows down the tempo without chang ing the key e settings are off and all percent hen this mode is active the display left side shows SSA se this mode to practice difficult fast licks PITCH mode e pitch mode changes both pitch and tempo in steps down to is the off setting hen this mode is active the display shows PITCH
hift pitch alone= KEY low down and keep pitch = SSA low down and drop pitch = PITCH
se the menu system to turn on or off PITCH menu and then set the value for the pitch or settings PITCH menu again or with off choose KEY from the next KEY menu and make the KEY semitone and FINE settings
How effects work
ere are two effect banks A and B each with five slots numbered from 1 through 5 where you can store your own effect settings Effects are created from the preset effects available guitar and vo cal hen a bank and slot are selected if a preset effect is recalled and edited that bank slot is automatically filled with the edited effect se the 5 key to turn the effect ON et the level and then press the DISPLAY/ESC key to exit the effect settings e effect settings you have made are automatically stored in the bank slot you first chose
ress ENTER and then select the preset effect 00 through 42 with the 5 and b keys
If there were any settings in the selected bank slot to start with, they will be overwritten when you recall a library entry.
Recalling an effect with your settings
hen you have stored the effect set tings in a bank slot as described above you can recall them simply pressing the BANK and No. keys to select the appropriate bank slot you should also make sure that the effect is switched on
If you have a footswitch connected and the FOOT menu item is set to EFF, you can step through the bank slots by pressing the footswitch.
Storing your own effect settings in a bank slot
ress the BANK key to select either the A or B bank as shown on the display ress the No. key to select the bank slot 1 through 5 as shown on the display
ress the LCD MENU key until EFFECT appears on the display
ress ENTER once more to start edit ing the parameters with the 5 and b keys see the table later for details of these parameters e last parameter is always LVL the output level from the effect unit 0 to 64 is is only available when the ef fect is active and is bypassed with the effect off
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Effect presets and parameters
e preset effects can be divided into three categories
Distortion 00 DIST-TONE-FLA-REV 01 DIST-TONE-FLA-DLY 02 DIST-TONE-PHA-REV 03 DIST-TONE-PHA-DLY 04 DIST-TONE-EXC-REV 05 DIST-TONE-EXC-DLY 06 DIST-TONE-CHO-REV 07 DIST-TONE-CHO-DLY 08 DIST-TONE-TRM-REV 09 DIST-TONE-TRM-DLY 10 DIST-TONE-VIB-REV 11 DIST-TONE-VIB-DLY 12 DIST-TONE-WAH-REV 13 DIST-TONE-WAH-DLY 14 DIST-TONE-PIT-DLY Clean sound 15 COMP-TONE-FLA-REV 16 COMP-TONE-FLA-DLY 17 COMP-TONE-PHA-REV 18 COMP-TONE-PHA-DLY 19 COMP-TONE-EXC-REV 20 COMP-TONE-EXC-DLY 21 COMP-TONE-CHO-REV 22 COMP-TONE-CHO-DLY 23 COMP-TONE-TRM-REV 24 COMP-TONE-TRM-DLY 25 COMP-TONE-VIB-REV 26 COMP-TONE-VIB-DLY 27 COMP-TONE-WAH-REV 28 COMP-TONE-WAH-DLY 29 COMP-TONE-PIT-DLY Vocal 30 De-esser 31 Chorister 32 Emphasis 33 Shout 34 Mood Vocal 35 Response 36 Proclaim 37 Quivering Voice 38 Duet 39 Lo-Fi Vocal 40 Megaphone 41 Screaming 42 Panning Vocal
DIST istortion gain COMP ompressor gain TONE one control FLA langer setting REV everb setting DLY elay setting PHA haser setting EXC xciter setting PIT itch shifter setting CHO horus setting TRM remolo setting VIB ibrato setting WAH utowah setting
ll presets also have a LVL level setting from 0 to 64
s this shows each of the guitar distortion and clean presets has four components each of which can be adjusted individually and are shown on the display as listed in the table here
e vocal presets have one parameter each shown on the display as PAR
Using the tuner
e s builtin guitar tuner has two modes an automatic mode where the pitch of the incoming signal is detected and displayed automati cally and a manual mode where you set the target and tune to it ress the MENU key until the display shows TUNER, and then press ENTER Flat On-key Sharp then tune as above
Calibrating the tuner.
sually the above iddle is tuned to z in most estern music ere may be times when you need to tune to a different standard you are playing with another instrument or to a which does not use the z tuning se the tuners CAL calibration menu to set the reference to a tun ing between z and z
Although you do not need to play a CD when you are tuning, the CD-GT1 must be switched on, and the GUITAR button must be pressed in to allow tuning of the guitar plugged into the CD-GT1.
hen you enter the tuner mode any effect is automatically turned off f the tuner is in automatic mode shown as AT on the display just play a note on your guitar e tuner guesses the closest note and shows it on the display une the string roughly so that the right note appears and then adjust the tuning until the display shows a large center blob f the tuner is in manual mode shown as MT on the display use the 5 and b keys to set the note on the display and
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Facts and figures (specifications)
Disc types 8 cm single, 12 cm CD 16-bit 32-bit Voltage requirements DC 9V (PS-PS5 AC adapter) AA batteries x 4 (NiMH or alkaline) Power consumption 4 W (PS-PS5 AC adapter) Dimensions (w x d x h) 232 x 138 x 40 including feet (mm) / 9.1 x 5.4 x 1.6 (in) Weight (excluding batteries) 620 g / 1 lb, 6 oz
AD/DA Digital signal processing Nominal output level 10 dBV (LINE OUT) Maximum output level 0 dBV (1 Vrms) (LINE OUT) Output impedance 1 k Maximum output level > 18 mW (into 32 (PHONES) Nominal input levels LINE IN 10 dBV MIC IN 40 dBV GUITAR IN 15 dBV CD playback characteristics Frequency response 20 Hz to 20 kHz 1.0 dB Dynamic range > 88 dB S/N ratio > 88 dB THD < 0.01%
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