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s TOP PANEL
1Effect Type Switch For selecting the different effect types available in each effect block. These are active only in the Manual and Memory Edit modes. (See pages 26, 44.) 2Parameter Knobs For adjusting the main parameters of the effects. These are active only in the Manual and Memory Edit modes. (See page 26.) 3Effect Block Pedal Switches The Pedal Switches have different functions depending on the mode selected. In Manual mode: For turning individual effect blocks (or groups) on and off. (See page 11.) In Memory mode: For selecting effect programs and changing the banks of the effect programs. (See page 11.) Also, when ASSIGNABLE Pedal Switch has been pressed twice quickly, for turning individual effect blocks (or groups) on and off. (See page 11.)
In Memory Edit mode: For selecting which effect blocks are active in an effect program. (See page 11.) In Pattern mode: For performing various control functions, such as (when BACKING CONTROL is selected) selecting patterns, starting or stopping a pattern, or (in CHORD RECALL) changing to pre-assigned chords. (See page 12.) In Song mode (playback): For performing various control functions, such as: selecting songs, fast forwarding/rewinding within a song, starting/stopping songs. (See page 13.) In Song mode (recording): For starting or stopping song recording and selecting preassigned chords. (See page 13.) The REVERB/DELAY Pedal Switch is also used as a delay time tap control. (See page 67.) For more information on the Pedal Switches, see the boxed section ASSIGNABLE BLOCK AND PEDAL SWITCH FUNCTIONS on pages 10-14.
4MANUAL (TUNER) For selecting the Manual mode. Pressing this button in any operating condition calls up the Manual mode. With [SHIFT]: For selecting the Tuner function. (See pages 39, 99.) 5MEMORY (COPY/NAME) For selecting the Memory mode. Pressing this button in any operating condition calls up the Memory mode. With [SHIFT]: For calling up (and toggling between) the Effect Copy, Effect Swap and Effect Name operations. 6EDIT/COMPARE (MIDI BULK) In Memory mode: Selects the Memory Edit mode, and serves as a Compare switch to toggle between the newly edited settings of an effect program and its original settings (the LED flashes in the Compare condition). (See pages 29, 53.) With [SHIFT]: For calling up the MIDI Bulk Transmission operation. (See page 102.) 7Effect Utility Switch (CONNECT AUTO VOL)/(SUB PARAM) For selecting the miscellaneous Utility functions of the GW50: s CONNECT For determining the order of the effect blocks. (See page 45.) s GROUP For simultaneously switching several effect blocks on/off. (See page 45.) s FOOT (Foot Controller) For determining how the optional FC7 Foot Controller is used. (See pages 46, 47.) s MIN VOL (Minimum Volume) For determining the minimum volume setting for the optional FC7 Foot Controller and the ASSIGNABLE Block Pedal Switch (which can be used to instantly change between minimum and maximum volume). (See page 47.) s AUTO VOL (Auto Volume) ASSIGNABLE Block Pedal Switch can be used to gradually fade up volume at the rate set here. (See page 49.)
parameter values and settings) can be performed while Compare is on. To exit the Compare function, press [EDIT/COMPARE]. (The EDIT/COMPARE LED will stop flashing.)
Be careful not to inadvertently press [MANUAL] or [MEMORY] at any time in the Edit or Compare conditions. Important data could be irretrievably lost. (See the sections on Saving and Recalling programs below for more information.)
Saving the Memory Edit Mode Settings to an Effect Program Compare Mode (Comparing the Edited Program with the Original)
Once youve made edits to a program, you can compare the sound (and values) of the new program with that of the original one. To do this, press [EDIT/COMPARE]. (The orange LED above the button and the program number in the display both flash, indicating that the original program settings are active.) Press [EDIT/COMPARE] again to return to the edited values. In the compare condition, you can also check the main parameter values of the original program simply by turning the desired parameter knob. To check its sub parameters, follow the same steps as given in Editing the Sub Parameters in MANUAL MODE above. (The parameter values cannot be changed here, however; an EXIT COMPARE message appears if you press the /[+] buttons.) Operation After making the desired effect settings in the Memory Edit mode, simply press either [MANUAL] or [MEMORY]. The following display appears.
The mode then returns to either Manual or Memory, depending on the button pressed.
AVOID LOSING IMPORTANT DATAAfter youve made edits to the program, be careful NOT to press [MANUAL] or [MEMORY] unless you are absolutely sure that you want to either recall the original program or save the new one. Be careful also to check which condition is active Edit (with the continuously lit LED) or Compare (with the flashing LED). If you mistakenly press [MANUAL] or [MEMORY] in either condition, you may irretrievably lose important data!
Recalling the Settings of the Original Program (in Compare Condition)
At any time during editing, you can recall the settings of the original program. Keep in mind, however, that this permanently erases whatever edits you have made. Operation To recall the original program settings, simply press either [MANUAL] or [MEMORY] while in the Compare condition (the EDIT/COMPARE LED is flashing). The following display appears.
MEMORY JOB MODE
Copying an Effect Program
Operation 1. In the Memory mode, select the effect program to be copied. 2. Simultaneously hold down [SHIFT] and press [COPY/NAME] repeatedly until the Copy display appears.
MEMORY EDIT MODE / MEMORY JOB MODE
Select the destination program number with the /[+] buttons. To copy the selected program to the destination number, select GO (press [SET-B]). To cancel and return to Memory mode, select EXIT (press [SET-A]), or press any of the mode buttons.
Note: To use the footswitch for entering and exiting the
Tuner mode: 1. Hold down the footswitch. 2. Press and hold down [SHIFT]. 3. Then while holding the two above, press [TUNER] and release the buttons and footswitch.
Note: Functions other than those listed above are not controllable with the footswitch.
Even if youve properly assigned one of the functions listed above to the footswitch, certain messages (such as NOT AVAILABLE, STOP SONG, STOP PATTERN, EXIT TUNER or EXIT MEM EDIT) may appear, indicating that the selected function cannot be performed in the current condition. When this happens, simply follow the directions of the message and/or use the appropriate panel button (depending on the function currently selected) to return to the appropriate mode.
For example, if you are using the footswitch to enter and exit the Tuner mode, and press it while the MIDI Bulk Trasmission function is active, the message EXIT MIDI BULK will appear. Either continue with the MIDI Bulk Transmission operation, or press one of the mode buttons on the panel to return to normal operation.
This function is useful when you want to turn on or off ALL effects (not just the group-assigned effects) at once. It is also useful as a kind of panic switch in live performance, to turn off all effects if some kind of trouble (such as feedback) suddenly occurs.
Using the External Footswitch as a Total Effect Bypass Switch (All Effects ON/OFF)
You can also use the external footswitch to turn all active effects on and off at once, as a total bypass switch.
Operation 1. Simultaneously hold down the connected external footswitch and press [SHIFT]. 2. Now, when you press the external footswitch, all currently active effects are turned on or off.
RESTORING FACTORY PRESET EFFECT PROGRAMS
If youve erased one of the factory effect programs by replacing it with one of your own creation, this function lets you restore the original program. Operation 1. Turn off the power of the GW50. 2. Simultaneously hold down [MEMORY] and turn the power back on. The MEMORY LED and the BANK/MEMORY indicator both flash. (LD MEM appears in the LCD.) Select the number of the effect program you wish to restore with the /[+] buttons. Press [SET-B] (below GO) to restore the program, or press [SET-A] (below EXIT) to abort the operation. (You can also abort the operation by using any of the mode buttons: [MANUAL], [MEMORY], or [SONG/PATTERN].)
Beat Beat 1 2
Pattern name Beat Current chord 4 Measure/Beat This changes as the pattern in playing; the indication depends on the length of the pattern and its time signature.
Pattern number This display title (PTN) changes briefly to NEXT PTN if a second pattern is selected while the first is still playing. (The second pattern begins from the next measure, and the title changes back as well.)
Changing the Root Note
Note: If the cursor arrow has been moved, MANUAL
or the current effect program name may be displayed instead of the pattern name and current chord. (This is the Effect mode display.) To restore the Backing mode display shown above, press [6 CURSOR]. (See Cursor Control in Pattern Mode below for details.)
Operation To change the root note of the chord, press the Chord button corresponding to the desired note (written above the button). Press it repeatedly until the desired note is shown in the LCD.
Note: The mark # in the LCD is used to represent or sharp.
To stop the pattern, press [START/STOP] again.
You can also use the Pedal Switches to select and play patterns; see page 12 for more information.
Note:For this, and all other note/chord select operations, the Chord buttons remember the last selection made. For example, if youve selected E as the root note by pressing [D/E E] three times, and press another Chord button, you will need to press [D/E E] only once to call up E.
Changing the Chord Type
Operation To change the chord type, simultaneously hold [CHORD] and press the Chord button corresponding to the desired type (written below the button). Press it repeatedly until the desired chord type is shown in the LCD.
Optionally, if you want to change the root note of the chord here (yet keep the currently selected bass note), simultaneously hold [CHORD] and press [on/ROOT] again. (The slash mark stops flashing.) The selected bass note will continue to play even when you change to other root notes.
Starts/stops song play
The instrument sound output will be cut off temporarily, and the song playback is in standby condition waiting for an input signal. 4. Play a note on the connected instrument. If the input level of the GW50 has been set appropriately and the note is not too low, the song will start. This initial note is muted; however, once the song starts, the instrument sound is output again.
RECORDING AND EDITING SONGS
Virtually all of the functions of the Pattern mode including selecting patterns, changing chords, muting and turning on backing tracks, etc. can be programmed into a song for completely automatic playback. You can also have effect programs automatically change within a song, as well as the on/off (bypass) setting of individual effects. Moreover, using several techniques described in the Hints section (page 87), you can customize the accompaniment patterns and bass lines for creating highly sophisticated recordings. Two different recording methods are available: Realtime and Step. (See page 37 for a more detailed discussion of the two methods.) Up to eight songs can be recorded, each song having a maximum length of 299 measures, with a maximum of 4000 chord events available for all songs. (However, if individual songs have a large amount of recorded data, less than eight songs may be available.) Keep in mind that once you do any recording or editing to a song, the changes that you make are automatically saved to that song number. The original song is altered or lost. For this reason, you should be careful when recording or editing an existing song. If you have song data you wish to keep, you should use the MIDI Bulk Transmission function (see page 102) to save it before recording or editing. If youve erased one of the original factory songs, you can restore it. (See RESTORING FACTORY PRESET SONGS, page 95, for details.)
REALTIME RECORDING MODE (REALTIME RECORDING)
Realtime recording allows you to enter data as the song is playing. The types of data that can be recorded in realtime, as well as how and when they can be recorded are shown in this chart:
Data Type Pattern Method of Entry By panel controls. Available Recording Position At the beginning of the current measure.* At start of song, and any point after. At start of song, and any point after. At start of song, and any point after. At start of song, and any point after.
USING BOTH REALTIME AND STEP RECORDINGRealtime recording and Step recording can be effectively used in tandem with each other. Though the possible uses are too numerous to explain here, one common application is given below: Operation 1. Enter a single pattern at the beginning of the song and record the basic chord changes of a song in Realtime recording. 2. Use Step recording to add pattern changes in the song, putting in Fill In patterns and variations, as well as changing to another basic pattern. 3. Switch back and forth between the two methods as necessary, generally
Also refer back to Hints #1, #3, #8 and #9 on pages 87 and 88, since these are also useful in Step recording.
SONG EDIT MODE (SONG EDITING)
Viewing Recorded Events
You can easily tell whether an event has been recorded in a measure or not and what position it has been recorded to, since it appears as a dot (or Event indicator) in the Measure/Event section of the display (when playback of a song is stopped in Song mode and when the cursor arrow is in the Backing mode display). By moving the position indicator to one of these dots (by using the Position Controls), you can also check what event or events have been recorded at the position. The various types of events are indicated on the GW50 as follows:
Patterns Pattern numbers are indicated in the PTN (Pattern) box and the pattern name appears in the top right of the LCD. Effect program numbers and effect on/off settings These are shown in alternation with or instead of the pattern name and chord in the right part of the LCD. (See note VIEWING MULTIPLE EVENTS, page 91.)
Chords Chords are indicated at the bottom right of the LCD. Muting of backing parts The speaker symbol to the right of BASS, ACCOMP, and DRUMS in the display indicates that the corresponding part will be turned on from this position. No speaker symbol indicates that the part will be muted.
Note: DISPLAY DIFFERENCES IN BACKING MODE AND EFFECT MODEThe recorded chords, patterns and mute on/off status events at the current position are indicated in the LCD display, when the Backing mode display is selected (the cursor arrow appears in the TEMPO, SONG, and PTN boxes in the display). When the Effect mode display is selected (the cursor arrow disappears), MANUAL or the current effect program name is shown in the LCD instead of the pattern name and current chord.
This indicates that the button pressed is inactive in the current mode.
This appears when bulk data is received in the Memory Job mode, or when some unavailable operation or function has been attempted in this mode. Exit the mode by pressing any of the mode buttons.
This appears when Pedal Wah has been selected in the WAH + EQ effect, and the [L MID/SPEED] knob is adjusted.
This appears when bulk data is received in the Song Job mode, or when some unavailable operation or function has been attempted in this mode. Exit the mode by pressing any of the mode buttons.
This appears when bulk data is received or some other incompatible operation is executed while the Demo mode is selected. Exit the Demo mode by pressing any of the mode buttons.
This appears when Song recording is in standby and some other incompatible operation (such as selecting the Bulk Dump or Tuner functions) has been attempted. Exit the Song recording by pressing [SONG/PATTERN], and then attempt the operation again.
This appears when attempting to transmit an empty song using the Bulk Dump function, or when attempting to playback an empty song.
This appears when the Compare condition is still active and some other incompatible operation (such as selecting the Bulk Dump or Tuner functions) has been attempted. Exit the Compare function by pressing [MANUAL] or [MEMORY], and then attempt the operation again. (Keep in mind that doing this recalls the original effect program to the current program number.)
This appears when attempting to start a song from a point beyond the end measure.
This appears when the song memory is full. Delete any unnecessary song or songs.
This appears when bulk data is received or some other incompatible operation is executed while the Tuner function is active. Exit the Tuner mode by pressing any of the mode buttons (or any of the Pedal Switches).
This appears when attempting to create a song over the 299-measure limit.
This appears when bulk data is received or some other incompatible operation is executed in the MIDI Bulk transmission mode.
The sound is too loud or the effect sound is abnormal or unexpected.
s The guitar level is too loud (the INPUT PEAK LED is lit continuously). Set all levels appropriately (see page 21). s In general, remember that the parameters within an effect interact with and depend on each other. If you are using more than one effect, try each effect block separately, checking and adjusting all parameters in the effect until you get the sound you want.
s If there is too much distortion or noise, check: q The Output parameters of the effects especially, Compressor, Distortion and Equalizer. q The Input parameter of the Equalizer. q That the Equalizer gain controls (for example, Low and High) have not been set too high. q That the Effect Mix and Dry Level parameters of the Chorus and Reverb/Delay blocks are set to appropriate levels. s Also check your connected amplifier. If you are getting too much distortion, check that the GW50 is connected to the clean channel and not to the distortion channel.
The effect sound doesnt change, even when the parameter knobs are adjusted.
s Make sure that either the Manual mode or Memory Edit mode has been selected. (Effects cannot be changed in the Memory mode.) s The Minimum Volume is set to 9 (9 equals the maximum volume). Set it to a lower value. (See page 47.)
The foot controller volume, ASSIGNABLE block MIN/MAX Volume and the Auto Volume controls do not have any effect. The ASSIGNABLE Block and Pedal Switch do not function as expected.
s The functions that are available or called up automatically depend on the selected mode. (See the ASSIGNABLE Block and Pedal Switch Functions Chart on page 128.)
In the Delay effect, tapping the Pedal Switch does not set the expected delay time (Tap Delay function).
s In tapping the Pedal Switch, make sure that the time between taps is not longer than the maximum delay time (896 ms). (See pages 67-68.) Note:If you tap the Pedal Switch a little beyond the maximum time (up
to about one second), the delay time will be set. However, taps longer than one second may not register at all.
s For the Tap Delay function to be effective, 1) the REVERB/DELAY block must be on, 2) Delay (or Delay + Reverb) must be selected for the effect type, and 3) the MEMORY ON/OFF function in the ASSIGNABLE Block must be on (the LED flashes). A selected song or pattern does not play, even when [START/STOP] is pressed. s In the case of song playback, make sure that the selected song is not empty. s In the case of either song or pattern playback, make sure that the Tuner mode or MIDI Bulk Dump functions are not active. If one of them is, press [SONG/PATTERN] to return to the Song or Pattern mode.
PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE AND SOLUTION
s Check that all connections have been properly made and that the BACKING LEVEL control has been appropriately set. s Check that the HEADPHONES LEVEL control has been set to an appropriate level (if using headphones). s Check that the Backing tracks have not been muted. (See page 76.)
Backing Control in Pattern mode.. 12, 77 in Song mode.. 13, 82 banks, changing... 51 Basic patterns... 73 bass note, changing.. 35, 75, 88 Bass part.... 76 Blank pattern... 73 Brilliance... 64 bypass switching... 52
cable clip.... 15 Center Frequency... 62 changing chord type... 75 changing chords... 74 chord changes, recording in realtime.. 85 Chord Recall... 12, 13, 77, 86 chord types changing... 34 list of... 76, 152 chords assigning to the Pedal Switches.. 78 changing bass note.. 75 changing chord type.. 75 changing during playback of pattern.. 33 changing in Pattern mode.. 74 changing root note.. 74
Feedback (Delay)... 68 Feedback (Flanger)... 65 Feedback (Phaser).. 66 Feedback (Wah + EQ)... 62 fill in pattern... 33 Fill in patterns... 73, 77 Fill Pedal Switch... 77 Flanger... 65 FOOT.... 46 foot controller setting (FOOT)... 46 setting minimum volume level for (MIN VOL).. 47 using as a volume pedal... 46 using as a wah pedal... 47, 61 using for control of Chorus Depth.. 47 using for control of Distortion Drive. 47 using for control of Reverb Feedback.. 47 using for control of Reverb Mix.. 47 footswitch (external) using as total effect bypass switch.. 57 using instead of certain panel controls. 56
editing effect parameters, in Manual mode. 44 editing recorded events.. 92 effect blocks... 24 effect blocks bypass switching (GROUP).. 45 determining the order (CONNECT).. 45 turning on and off... 44 Effect Mix (Chorus 1, 2).. 64 Effect Mix (Delay)... 68 Effect Mix (Flanger)... 65 Effect Mix (Phaser).. 66 Effect Mix (Pitch Shift).. 64 Effect Mix (Reverb)... 67 effect on/off (bypass) data, recording in realtime. 85, 86 effect on/off (bypass) switching... 52 effect program data, recording in realtime.. 85 effect programs comparing edited program with original.. 29, 53 copying.. 54 data saved to... 50 naming... 55 recalling original.. 30, 54 restoring factory preset.. 57 saving... 30, 50, 53 selecting in Memory mode.. 51 selecting with ASSIGNABLE Block and Pedal Switches... 51 swapping... 55 effect type, selecting... 44 effects changing (editing) in Manual mode.. 26 changing (editing) in Memory mode.. 29 End Pedal Switch... 77 Ending pattern... 73 EQ High (Amp Simulator + EQ).. 63 EQ High (Wah + EQ).. 62 EQ High Frequency (Amp Simulator + EQ). 63 EQ High Frequency (Wah + EQ).. 62 EQ Input (Amp Simulator + EQ).. 63 EQ Input (Wah + EQ)... 62 EQ Low (Amp Simulator + EQ).. 62 EQ Low (Wah + EQ).. 62 EQ Low Frequency (Amp Simulator + EQ).. 63 EQ Low Frequency (Wah + EQ).. 62 EQ Output (Amp Simulator + EQ). 63 EQ Output (Wah + EQ)... 62 Equalizer.... 60 Equalizer block.. 59 erasing (deleting) a song.. 95 erasing recorded events.. 92 event indicator... 79
ASSIGNABLE block function
CHORD RECALL or
COPY SHIFT + MEAS COPY DELETE SHIFT + MEAS DEL NAME SHIFT + SONG NAME
BACKING CONTROL (only measure & Factory set recall available)
MIDI functions : Program Change (Effect change) reception : Program Change (Effect change) transmission : Control Change (Effect on/off) reception : Clock transmission : Note on/off (for Backing parts) transmission External Footswitch function assignmentsExternal Foot switch + apporopiate switch/button (for SHIFT + TUNER , ASSIGNABLE Block Type switch, START/STOP etc; see page 56.) Tempo change (in Backing modes) CURSOR / + LCD contrast adjustment LCD SETTING
SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION ASSIGNABLE BLOCK AND PEDAL SWITCH FUNCTIONS CHART
ASSIGNABLE BLOCK AND PEDAL SWITCH FUNCTIONS CHART
This chart indicates the availability of the ASSIGNABLE block functions for the various modes of the GW50. The shaded sections indicate settings that are automatically selected when the corresponding mode buttons are pressed. The BANK/NUMBER select or ON/OFF settings and the MIN/MAX VOLUME or AUTO VOLUME settings can be used simultaneously (the LEDs of both will be lit or flash). BACKING CONTROL and CHORD RECALL are independent and cannot be used simultaneously. Also, Pedal Switches 15 are applicable, except for MIN/MAX VOLUME and AUTO VOLUME (which are controlled by the ASSIGNABLE Block Pedal Switch).
ASSIGNABLE Block Function Manual MEMORY: BANK/NUMBER Select MEMORY: ON/OFF MIN/MAX VOLUME AUTO VOLUME q q q Manual Job q q q
Mode Memory q q q q
Memory Edit q q q
Memory Edit Compare q q
Memory Job q q
ASSIGNABLE Block Function Pattern BACKING CONTROL CHORD RECALL q q Song q
Mode Song Realtime Recording
Song Job q
For 7, 8, 10, 28, 31 The ASSIGNABLE Block Pedal Switch has no function. For 3, 9 Pressing [MEMORY] calls up either BANK/ NUMBER select or ON/OFF, depending on which was last selected with the Pedal Switch (pressing twice selects ON/OFF; pressing once selects BANK/NUMBER). For 15, 21 The ASSIGNABLE Block Pedal Switch is used for MIN/MAX VOLUME or AUTO VOLUME and cannot be used for BANK select or switching between BANK/NUMBER select and ON/ OFF. For 5, 6, 11, 12 Despite the LED being lit (or flashing), these functions are not available. For 28 Only measure reverse (n) and forward (m) are available.
For 25, 26 The functions of Pedal Switches 15 differ between the two settings. The functions also differ between song/pattern playback and stopped conditions. For 29 The functions of Pedal Switches 15 are the same for pattern playback and stopped conditions. For 25, 29 The ASSIGNABLE Block Pedal Switch can be used to switch between the two settings, and (when held down) can be used for the Root Select function. For 26 The ASSIGNABLE Block Pedal Switch (when held down) can be used for the Triggered Run function.
s 73: RHYFAT
parameter value 1 6dB 172% 20% 0 50% +11dB +5dB 8dB +10dB 100% 125Hz 560Hz 2.0kHz 4.5kHz 2.3 2.0 80% 5.34Hz +4dB 11%
parameter comp attack sense output drive tone output type low high mix input lo freq hi freq output 11 8dB 104% 14% +8 42% stack +7dB 2dB 63% 100% 125Hz 800Hz 80%
attack sense output drive tone output low l mid h mid high input lo freq lo mid freq hi mid freq hi freq lo mid q hi mid q output speed brilliance depth mix dry
1.14Hz 3dB 18% 60% 40% 0.3s 1.0 7% room 0dB 93% dst,cmp,eq,cho,rev dst,cmp,eq rev4
45% 55% 156ms 16% 0% 0% 50ms 83% 100% hall 3.0s 0dB 0.5 100% cmp,dst,eq,cho,rev rev6 Utility Settings connect group
foot controller minimum volume auto volume noise gate
s 74: *TUSH*
s 75: LONDON
parameter value 1 26dB 122% 65% +1 50% combo +3dB +1dB 15% 100% 200Hz 2.8kHz 90% 0.93Hz 3dB 41% 61% 0% 39% 428ms 0% 5%
parameter comp attack sense output drive tone output low l mid h mid high input lo freq lo mid freq hi mid freq hi freq lo mid q hi mid q output 13 26dB 178% 0% +16 50% 0dB +1dB +2dB +5dB 100% 125Hz 125Hz 5.0kHz 1.0kHz 1.0 1.5 120% 0.45Hz +6dB 37% 60% 40% 1.6s 0.4 33% hall 0dB 100%
14% 50ms 100% 100% hall 2.4s 0dB 0.2 94% cmp,dst,eq,rev,cho cho6
s 81: TRICK
s 82: GHOSTS
parameter value 3 38dB 56% 82% +13 47% +3dB +2dB +9dB 0dB 100% 125Hz 560Hz 1.1kHz 2.5kHz 2.0 1.6 70% 0.12Hz 100% 50% 25% 75% 512ms 46% 30% 30% 50ms 50% 54% hall 3.0s 0dB 0.5 70% cmp,dst,eq,cho,rev cho-rev 0 noise gate Utility Settings connect group foot controller minimum volume auto volume
s 83: HORROR
parameter value 14 42dB 122% 87% +5 30% touch slow 3 400Hz 12 0% 60% +15dB 125Hz +14dB 3.6kHz 100% 1.14Hz 3dB 37% 100% 0% 64%
parameter comp attack sense output drive tone output type speed center freq range fb input lo lo freq hi hi freq output phaser speed fb depth mix dry dly+rev time dly mix rev mix dly fb db time db balance dly dry rev type rev time rev low rev high rev dry 8 25dB 200% 46% +2 20% auto 0.4Hz 355Hz 2 90% 100% +10dB 180Hz +3dB 3.2kHz 180%
0.78Hz 71% 24% 100% 43% 512ms 100% 10% 30% 50ms 50% 43% hall 1.6s +4dB 0.5 100% cmp,eq,dst,cho,rev cho-rev 9
392ms 100% 100% 15% 50ms 100% 35% hall 10.0s +5dB 0.5 0% cmp,dst,eq,rev,cho cho7 noise gate
s 84: 5/11TH
s 85: OCTAVE
parameter value 8 19dB 200% 56% +16 30% 2dB +8dB +4dB +10dB 23% 800Hz 3.2kHz 8.0kHz 2.2kHz 1.3 2.0 200% 500cent +500cent 37% time fb time fb 0.1ms 0% 0.1ms 0% 63% 623ms 15% 27% 50ms 50% 100% cmp,eq,dst,rev,cho rev mix 6 noise gate Utility Settings connect group foot controller minimum volume auto volume on=o/off=X
parameter comp attack sense output drive tone output type low high mix input lo freq hi freq output 3 24dB 184% 50% 0 20% combo +5dB +15dB 100% 60% 630Hz 4.5kHz 70%
1200cent +5cent 77% 0.1ms 0% 10ms 0% 100% 240ms 25% 33% 30% 50ms 60% 100% plate 1.0s +6dB 1.0 100% cmp,dst,eq,cho,rev cho-rev 5
s 91: HARD-L
s 92: LEAD-L
parameter value 14 17dB 40% 61% +2 66% combo 4dB +5dB 100% 100% 125Hz 4.0kHz 100% 1.23Hz 16% 25% 60% 3.0ms 6.0ms 40% 4ms 0% 22% 20% 30ms 0% 100% hall 2.6s 0dB 0.1 100% dst,eq,cmp,cho,rev cmp-cho 3 noise gate Utility Settings connect group foot controller minimum volume auto volume
s 93: META-L
parameter value 7 16dB 116% 77% 0 40% tube +5dB +8dB 100% 90% 140Hz 4.5kHz 50% 1.26Hz 29% 100% 54% 3.1ms 4.5ms 46% 384ms 37% 22% 38% 32ms 22% 100% hall 2.0s 1dB 0.8 100% cmp,dst,eq,cho,rev cho-rev 5 noise gate
parameter comp attack sense output drive tone output type low high mix input lo freq hi freq output cho1 speed brilliance depth mix amd dry 2 25dB 98% 81% +3 36% combo 1dB +2dB 100% 80% 280Hz 3.6kHz 60%
0.48Hz +1dB 49% 78% 0% 50% 260ms 45% 23% 25% 30ms 49% 100% hall 3.8s 0dB 0.4 100% cmp,dst,eq,cho,rev rev6
s 94: COMP-L
s 95: CLN -L
parameter value 12 31dB 168% 4% +11 88% +4dB +3dB +2dB +12dB 94% 180Hz 560Hz 1.0kHz 4.5kHz 1.4 1.7 100% 10cent +5cent 47% time fb time fb 0.1ms 10% 0.1ms 0% 100% 1.4s 0.7 19% plate 1dB 100% cmp,dst,eq,cho,rev eq-cho 5 noise gate Utility Settings connect group foot controller minimum volume auto volume
parameter comp attack sense output drive tone output type low high mix input lo freq hi freq output 2 17dB 120% 55% 2 17% combo 3dB +10dB 100% 70% 200Hz 2.8kHz 70%
1.44Hz 0dB 47% 100% 0% 64% 300ms 4% 19% 14% 30ms 50% 96% hall 1.9s +1dB 0.3 100% cmp,dst,eq,rev,cho cho7
s 01: BACK-L
s 02: NECK-L
parameter value 11 21dB 158% 78% +6 62% stack +6dB +4dB 85% 92% 200Hz 3.6kHz 48% 10cent +15cent 55% time fb time fb 0.1ms 7% 0.1ms 0% 45% 2.2s 0.6 18% hall +2dB 82% cmp,dst,eq,cho,rev cho-rev 6 Utility Settings connect group foot controller minimum volume auto volume noise gate
s 03: OLD -L
parameter value 5 28dB 102% 36% +1 26% combo +7dB +15dB 100% 100% 200Hz 4.5kHz 56% 10cent +5cent 37% time fb time fb 0.1ms 0% 0.1ms 0% 63% 4ms 0% 10% 14% 30ms 0% 100% room 1.0s 2dB 0.4 100% cmp,dst,eq,rev,cho cho7 noise gate
on=o/off=X X comp
parameter attack sense output drive tone output type low high mix input lo freq hi freq output pitch left right mix L delay L delay R delay R delay dry rev time high mix type low dry time fb time fb 3 10dB 100% 68% +5 35% combo +3dB +5dB 80% 80% 125Hz 3.2kHz 70%
8-beat shuffle 150 8-beat shuffle 110 16-beat shuffle 8-beat 8-beat 8-beat 8-beat 8-beat 16-beat 16-beat 100 160
8-beat shuffle 140 8-beat shuffle 194 8-beat 158
8-beat shuffle 155 8-beat shuffle 126 8-beat shuffle 146 8-beat 8-beat 16-beat 16-beat 8-beat shuffle 16-beat shuffle 16-beat shuffle 16-beat shuffle 6/4 time 16-beat 16-beat 16-beat 16-beat 16-beat 16-beat 16-beat shuffle 120 90
101~104 BA4 105~108 BA5 109~112 BA6 113~116 BA7 117~120 BA8 121~124 BA9 Funk 125~128 FU1 129~132 FU2 133~136 FU3 Dance 137~140 DA1 141~144 DA2 145~148 DA3 149~152 DA4
Preset Pattern List (cont.)
Instrument Category Rhythm & Blues Pattern No. Name 153~156 RB1 157~160 RB2 161~164 RB3 165~168 RB4 169~172 RB5 173~176 RB6 177~180 RB7 181~184 RB8 Jazz Contemporary 185~188 JC1 189~192 JC2 193~196 JC3 Jazz Traditional 197~200 JT1 201~204 JT2 205~208 JT3 209~212 JT4 Latin 213~216 LA1 217~220 LA2 221~224 LA3 Reggae 225~228 RE1 229~232 RE2 World 233~236 WO1 237~240 WO2 For Retrigger* RT8 RT8S RT16 RT16S END Type 8-beat 8-beat 8-beat 8-beat 16-beat Tempo 140 Meas Style with organ Basic Old Slow soul Soul with brass Blues Detroit soul
Blues with triplet feel
Accomp1 (MIDI Ch. 2)Accomp2 (MIDI Ch. 3)Bass (MIDI Ch. 4) Organ 2 Electric Piano 1 Piano Electric Piano 1 Piano Organ 1 Electric Piano 1 Piano Electric Piano 2 Piano Electric Piano 1 Vibes Muted Guitar Folk Guitar Organ 1 Folk Guitar Muted Guitar Electric Guitar Electric Guitar Muted Guitar Brass Ensemble Distortion Guitar Electric Guitar Electric Guitar Fingered Bass Marimba Vibes Piano Piano Piano Piano Electric Piano 1 Organ 2 Brass Ensemble Strings Ensemble Piano Brass Ensemble Marimba Fingered Bass Slap Bass Fingered Bass Slap Bass Fingered Bass Fingered Bass Slap Bass Fingered Bass Fingered Bass Fingered Bass Fingered Bass Fingered Bass Fingered Bass Fingered Bass Fingered Bass Fingered Bass Fingered Bass Fingered Bass Fingered Bass Fingered Bass Fingered Bass Fingered Bass Fingered Bass Fingered Bass Fingered Bass Fingered Bass
8-beat shuffle 132 8-beat shuffle 180 12-beat 16-beat 16-beat 16-beat 104 100
Pop fusion Latin fusion West coast Bebop Jazz ballad Swing Jazz waltz Bossa nova Rock cha cha Salsa
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