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The 4040 uses digital circuitry that may cause interference and noise if placed too close to other electrical equipment, such as TV sets and radio receivers. If such problems occur, move the 4040 further away from the affected equipment. Also, when fluorescent lights or devices with built-in motors are close to the 4040, the unit may not function properly.

Power requirements

The 4040 is powered by the supplied AC adapter AD0003/AD0004. To prevent malfunction and safety hazands, Do not use any other kind of AC adapter. When using the 4040 in an area with a different line voltage, please consult your local ZOOM distributor about acquiring a proper AC adapter.

Cleaning

Use a soft, dry cloth to clean the 4040. If necessary, slightly moisten the cloth. Do not use abrasive cleanser, wax, or solvents (such as paint thinner or cleaning alcohol), since these may dull the finish or damage the surface.

Environment

Avoid using your 4040 in environments where it will be exposed to: Extreme temperature High humidity or moisture Excessive dust or sand Excessive vibration or shock
Please keep this manual in a convenient place for future reference.

Handling

Since the 4040 is a precision electronic device, avoid applying excessive force to the switches and buttons. Also take care not to drop the unit, and do not subject it to shock or excessive pressure.

Alterations

Never open the case of the 4040 or attempt to modify the product in any way since this can result in damage to the unit.
Connecting cables and input and output jacks
You should always turn off the power to the 4040 and all other equipment before connecting or disconnecting any cables. Also make sure to disconnect all cables and the AC adapter before moving the 4040.
This manual has been written so that it can be easily understood by first-time users. However, the 4040 offers several special functions which are not available with a conventional effect processor. This section explains some of the terms used to describe such functions.

Effect Module

The 4040 incorporates five types of effect groups which are referred to as effect modules. Each effect module can be thought of as a single compact effect. The 4040 therefore operates like five compact effects connected in series. In addition, it is also possible to connect external effect devices. The 4040 offers the following five effect modules: PRE (Analog compressor and distortion effects) EQ (Equalizer and wah effects, amp simulation) MODULATION (Modulation effects for changing pitch or sound timbre, such as pedal pitch and flanger) DELAY (Delay effects) REVERB (Reverberation effects)

Connection to one guitar amplifier (Example 1) Connection to Headphone (Example 3)
PHONES OUT Guitar Amplifier OUTPUT L/MONO INPUT

4040 4040

This setup is suitable for example to practice individually without disturbing others.
To use the 4040 with one guitar amplifier, connect the output of the musical instrument to the INPUT jack of the 4040, and the OUTPUT L/MONO jack of the 4040 to the amplifier. With this connection, stereo effects such as reverb and ping-pong delay are output in mono.
Connection to two guitar amplifiers (Example 2)
Guitar Amplifiers OUTPUT L/MONO

OUTPUT R INPUT

To use the 4040 with two guitar amplifiers, connect the OUTPUT L/R jacks of the 4040 to the amplifiers. A well balanced stereo sound can be obtained when the stereo effects are activated.
In the Play mode, a patch is selected and played. This section describes the basic operation steps for selecting patches. Turn off the amplifier and set the volume control to minimum. Then connect the 4040 to the instrument and amplifier. Turn on the 4040 and then the amplifier. Adjust the volume to a suitable position while playing the instrument.

Selecting a patch

Select the desired group with the GROUP key. In the 4040, patches are divided into the USER group for patches which can be created and altered freely and stored by the user, and the PRESET group for factory defined patches where only the output level can be changed, but not stored. Choose the group from which you want to select a patch. With each push of the GROUP key, the group setting cycles through the following three settings which are shown on the display. U (USER) USER group only P (PRESET) PRESET group only U. or P. (BOTH) USER group and PRESET group
Panel display in Play mode
When the 4040 is turned on, it goes into Play mode automatically. In the Play mode, the following information is shown on the display. (1) Group The currently selected group is shown in the GROUP field. (2) Bank number The currently selected bank number is shown in the BANK field. (3) Patch number The currently selected patch number is indicated by the pedal LED (1 - 4). (4) Effect module on/off The effect module on/off condition in the patch is indicated by the module cursor LED.
2 AMP SIM COLOR [1 3] BOX [1 3] DEPTH [010] TONE [-7 +7] LEVEL [1 8] EXTERNAL CONTROL OUT [1 4] 0= NORM 1= INV VOL 3 AUTO 4 PDL WAH WAH FREQ FREQ [164] SENS [010] EXP. MODE 0= NORM 1= INV MODE [116] (PITCH) 1 PDL PIT 2 PIT PITCH [0 24] SHIFT [dn, UP] FINE [-5 +5] BAL [0 10]

(1) (2)

Select the bank with the BANK

pedals.

Useful functions in the Play mode
Some other useful functions available in Play mode are described below.
A bank is a group of four patches. There are ten banks each (numbered 0 through 9) for the USER group and the PRESET group. The BANK v pedal selects the next higher bank, and the BANK w pedal the next lower bank. (The bank number display flashes.)
GROUP=PRESET GROUP=USER GROUP=BOTH
s Adjusting the patch level
The final output level of the patch called the patch level is also stored as a parameter along with the other parameters of the patch. In the Play mode, the patch level can be adjusted. Press the VALUE + / - keys in the Play mode. When one of the VALUE + / - keys is pressed, the current patch level setting is shown on the display as a numeric value (0 50). Pressing VALUE + increases the value and pressing VALUE - decreases it. To change values continuously, hold down the key. To change values more rapidly, press the other key as well.
NOTE The patch level setting change made in this way is only temporary. If you select a different patch without storing the new level setting first, the setting will be lost. (For details on how to store settings, please refer to page 12.)
In the Play mode, the patch level can be adjusted also for patches from the PRESET group, but the new level setting cannot be stored. When wishing to store the level, select a patch from the USER group.
Merely pressing one of the BANK pedals does not yet change the patch. To activate the patch and change the sound, press one of the pedal switches 1 4, as described below.

s Bypassing the effects

You can temporarily turn off all effects in a patch. This is useful for example to check the sonic character of a patch. The bypass mode is also used for the chromatic tuning function. In the Play mode, press the pedal switch 1 - 4 whose LED is lit (i.e. the pedal switch that was used to choose the current patch). All effects in the patch are now bypassed and the original instrument sound is heard. In the bypass condition, the LED of the selected patch flashes and the tuner LED lights up. Press the pedal switch once more to turn the patch on again. Normal Play mode can also be restored by selecting a different patch.
Select the patch by pressing one of the pedal switches 1 4. The LED of that pedal lights up, showing that the patch has been selected. (The BANK number is now constantly lit.) Now would be a good time to try out some of the various patches offered by the 4040 while playing your instrument.

s Tuning a guitar

The 4040 incorporates an automatic guitar tuning function. When the 4040 is set to the bypass mode, the tuning function is automatically enabled. In the Play mode, press the pedal switch whose LED is lit. This activates the bypass mode and the tuner LED lights up.
Pick an open string on the guitar. The display shows the note which is closest to the current pitch. Tune the guitar to the desired pitch.
While the reference frequency is shown, use the VALUE + / - keys to adjust the frequency. The adjustment range is 35 (435 Hz) to 45 (445 Hz).

C= C #= D= D #= E=

F= F #= G= G #=
A= 435Hz : A #= 440Hz : B= 445Hz :
The default reference frequency setting that is established when the 4040 is turned on is 440 Hz.
When the display shows the desired note, perform fine tuning. While the tuner function is being used, the parameter cursor LEDs serve as a fine tuning meter. When the pitch is correct, the PARM3 LED lights. If the pitch is too high, the PARM1 LED lights, and if it is too low, the PARM5 LED lights. Watch the LEDs while fine tuning your instrument.
1 CLN I EFFECT 2 CLN II PARM 1 PARM 2 PARM 3 PARM 4 PARM 5 TOTAL
Press the pedal switch once more or select a different patch to revert to normal Play mode.
For tuning an electric bass, use octave harmonics (lightly touch and release a string above the 12th fret).

s Tuner calibration

The reference frequency of the integrated guitar tuner can be fine adjusted for the reference note A. In the Play mode, press the pedal switch 1 - 4 whose LED is lit once more. This activates the bypass mode and the tuner LED lights up. Press one of the VALUE + / - keys. The current reference frequency is shown for a brief duration on the display.
This section describes the basic operation steps for editing patches. As shown below, a patch of the 4040 contains parameters for the five types of effect modules, the patch level, VOL pedal and EXP pedal settings, as well as the external effect and external amplifier control settings. In the Edit mode, you can call up any of these parameters and change it.
Panel display in Edit mode
In the Edit mode, the following information is shown on the display panel. (1) Effect module on/off The LEDs of pedals for effect modules which are on (pedal switches and BANK w pedal) are lit.
The pedal switches 1 - 4 and the BANK w pedal correspond to the following effect modules: BANK w pedal: Pedal switch 1: Pedal switch 2: Pedal switch 3: Pedal switch 4: PRE EQ MODULATION DELAY REVERB

Storing a Patch

If an edited patch (or a patch whose patch level setting was changed in the Play mode) is not stored, the change will be lost when another patch is selected. To preserve a setting, store the patch as described below. Press the STORE key in the Play mode or Edit mode. The unit is now in the store standby condition, and you can choose the bank number and patch number in which you want to store the patch.
In this section, all effect types and parameters of the 4040 are explained. Parameters that are the same for several effects are explained in detail only the first time they appear.

s Effect Module 1: (PRE)

This module combines a compressor with various types of distortion. The compressor maintains the volume at a given level without impairing the sense of tone and attack. The distortion effect produces characteristic tube-amplifier- like distortion combined with long sustain.

2 CLN II (Clean 2)

Clean sound effect with flat characteristics that is suitable for electric and acoustic guitar.

1 CLN I (Clean 1)

This effect type uses only the compressor, to obtain a clean sound without distortion. The effect is especially suitable for electric guitars.
PRE 1 CLN I Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 5 COMP TONE ZNR 04 -7 +15
2 CLN II Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 5 COMP TONE ZNR 04 -7 +15

3 OD I (Overdrive 1)

Overdrive effect with the warm distortion sound that is typical for tube amplifiers.

PRE 3 OD I

Explanation (1)COMP (compressor): Determines the depth of the compression. The higher the value, the smaller the level difference, and the longer sustain is obtained. (2)TONE: This is a tone-control-type equalizer. Changing the value towards (+) makes the sound brighter and changing it towards (-) makes the sound more subdued. (5)ZNR (Zoom Noise Reduction): This parameter adjusts the threshold for the ZNR feature which cuts noise during performance pauses. You should set the parameter to a value as high as possible, but without causing the instrument release to sound unnatural.
The optimum ZNR setting depends on the type of guitar you are using.
Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Parameter 4 Parameter 5

By setting the pitch to 0 (zero) and somewhat raising the FINE parameter, you can create a chorus effect with slight modulation.
Explanation (1)DEPTH: Determines the depth of the flanger effect. (2)RATE: Determines the speed of the flanger variation. (3)PEAK: Determines the amount of feedback. Increasing this parameter stresses the modulation impression and adds a distinct character to the sound. (4)MODE:Determines the basic sonic character. 0: Flanger 1: Solid chorus (strong chorus with little modulation) (5)EXP. MODE (Expression Mode): Determines the direction of the change caused by the EXP pedal. 0: When the pedal is fully pushed down, the feedback is as set with the PEAK parameter. When the pedal is up, the feedback is minimum. 1: When the pedal is fully pushed down, the feedback is maximum. When the pedal is up, the feedback is as set with the PEAK parameter.

4 PHA (Phase)

This effect adds a phase-shifted component to the direct sound, with a variable amount of phase shift. The effect creates a warm, distinct sound that is different from flanger or chorus.
MODULATION 4 PHA Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Parameter 4 Parameter 5 DEPTH RATE PEAK MODE EXP. MODE 0,1 0,1
(3)PEAK: Increasing this parameter deforms the tremolo waveform to a trapezoid shape, which causes a strong clipping effect and adds a distinct character to the sound. (4)MODE: Determines the modulation waveform. 0: Chopping 1: Sawtooth (5)EXP. MODE (Expression Mode): Determines the direction of the change caused by the EXP pedal. 0: When the pedal is fully pushed down, the tremolo rate is as set with the RATE parameter. When the pedal is up, the tremolo rate is minimum. 1: When the pedal is fully pushed down, the tremolo rate is maximum. When the pedal is up, the tremolo rate is as set with the RATE parameter.

Level Level

Explanation (1)DEPTH: Determines the depth of phase shift. (2)RATE: Determines the speed of phase shift. (3)PEAK: Adds a distinct character to the sound by emphasizing the effect. (4)MODE: Determines the basic sonic character. 0: Warm 1: Clear (5)EXP. MODE (Expression Mode): Determines the direction of the change caused by the EXP pedal. 0: When the pedal is fully pushed down, the sonic change is as set with the PEAK parameter. When the pedal is up, the sonic change is minimum. 1: When the pedal is fully pushed down, the sonic change is maximum. When the pedal is up, the sonic change is as set with the PEAK parameter.

Time PEAK=0 PEAK=10

Effect of the PEAK Parameter

6 STEP

This effect causes random pitch changes and creates an auto arpeggio sound.

MODULATION 6 STEP Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Parameter 4 DEPTH RATE PEAK MODE EXP. MODE 0,1 0,1

5 TRM (Tremolo)

This effect periodically varies the intensity of the sound. The effect can be adjusted from conventional tremolo to a strong clipping effect.
MODULATION 5 TRM Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Parameter 4 Parameter 5 DEPTH RATE PEAK MODE EXP. MODE 0,1 0,1

Parameter 5

Explanation (1)DEPTH: Determines the depth of the tremolo effect. (2)RATE: Determines the speed of the tremolo variation.
Explanation (1)DEPTH: Determines the depth of the pitch change. (2)RATE: Determines the speed of the effect (arpeggio rate) (3)PEAK: Determines the amount of feedback. Increasing this parameter stresses the feeling of modulation and adds a distinct character to the sound. (4)MODE: Determines whether there is a portamento effect when changing the pitch. 0: Effect disabled 1: Effect enabled (5)EXP. MODE (Expression Mode): Determines the direction of the change caused by the EXP pedal. 0: When the pedal is fully pushed down, the feedback is as set with the PEAK parameter. When the pedal is up, the feedback is minimum. 1: When the pedal is fully pushed down, the feedback is maximum. When the pedal is up, the feedback is as set with the PEAK parameter.

7 SLOW (Slow Attack)

This effect smoothes the picking attack, automatically creating a volume swell, while adding a dynamic filter. The filter opening characteristics depend on the input signal, causing a gradual emphasis in the low (or high) range.
MODULATION 7 SLOW Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Parameter 4 Parameter 5 DEPTH RATE BAL MODE EXP. MODE 0,1 0,1

8 CHO (Chorus)

This effect adds a component with periodically changing pitch to the direct sound, which results in a spatially wide impression. The effect can be used in mono or stereo. In principle, this is similar to the flanger effect, but without the PEAK parameter.
MODULATION 8 CHO Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Parameter 4 Parameter 5 DEPTH RATE BAL STEREO EXP. MODE 0,1 0,1
Explanation (1)DEPTH: Determines the frequency change range of the dynamic filter. The higher the value, the greater the range. (2)RATE: Determines the rise time rate. The higher the value, the longer the attack sound. (3)BAL (Balance): Determines the balance between the slow attack sound and the dynamic filter sound. Smaller values increase the attack character and larger values the dynamic filter character. (4)MODE: Determines the filter characteristics, causing a change in sonic quality. 0: LPF (low-pass filter) 1: HPF (high-pass filter) (5)EXP. MODE (Expression Mode): Determines the direction of the change caused by the EXP pedal. 0: When the pedal is fully pushed down, the attack time is as set with the RATE parameter. When the pedal is up, the attack time is minimum. 1: When the pedal is fully pushed down, the attack time is maximum. When the pedal is up, the attack time is as set with the RATE parameter.

2 ROOM

This is a short, room-type reverb effect, which is suitable to add backing to a simple sound.

MODULATION 2 ROOM

2 PPD (Ping-pong delay)
This is a ping-pong type delay where the delayed sound alternates between the left and right channel.
DELAY 2 PPD Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Parameter 4 DELAY TIME ( x100ms ) DELAY TIME ( x1ms ) FEEDBACK MIX 0 10
Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3
NOTE When the 4040 is used in a monaural configuration, only short delay signals are output from the OUTPUT L/MONO jack.

3 DELAY

This effect is similar to the ping-pong delay of the DELAY module, but with a maximum delay time of 900 milliseconds.
REV 3 DELAY Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 TIME ( x10ms ) FEEDBACK MIX 0 10
About the TOTAL parameters
The bottom parameter LED corresponds to a number of special parameters called TOTAL parameters. These refer to the control of an external effecter or amplifier, and to settings which affect operation of the entire 4040. Like effect parameters, the TOTAL parameters are also set by using the PARAMETER SELECT key and the VALUE +/keys in the Edit mode.
Some of the TOTAL parameters can be stored as part of a patch and some are global settings for operation of the 4040. When a patch parameter has been changed, it must be stored with its patch in the same way as an effect parameter. When a global parameter has been changed, storing any patch will also store the global parameter setting.
Explanation (1)TIME (x10 ms): This parameter adjusts the delay time in 10-ms steps. (2)FEEDBACK: Determines the number of repetitions of the delay sound. The higher the value, the more repetitions are added. (3)MIX: Determines the balance between effect sound and direct sound. At a setting of 0 (zero), the output signal contains only the direct sound, and at a setting of 10 only the effect sound.
When the 4040 is used in a monaural configuration, only long delay signals are output from the OUTPUT L/MONO jack. This is opposite to the operation of the ping-pong type delay.

s EXTERNAL LOOP

The send/return loop for an external device is inserted between the compression and distortion sections in the PRE module. This parameter controls the on/off setting of the loop. This parameter can be stored as part of an individual patch. For details, please refer to page 23.
EXTERNAL LOOP Parameter EXTERNAL LOOP 0,1
Explanation EXTERNAL LOOP: Controls the on/off setting of the external send/return loop. 0 (zero) is OFF and 1 is ON.
The external loop can be used also when the PRE module is off.

s Patch Level

s EXP. SELECT (Expression Select)
This parameter determines which module is controlled by the expression pedal. This parameter can be stored as part of an individual patch.
EXP. SELECT Parameter EXP. SELECT 05
Explanation EXP. SELECT (Expression Select): Determines which module is controlled by the expression pedal. 0: OFF 1: PRE 2: EQ 3: MODULATION 4: DELAY 5: REVERB
This section gives pointers on how to use some advanced features of the Edit mode and the TOTAL parameters.
Tapping input of delay time
The delay time of the delay module can be set by tapping the BANK v pedal in the desired interval. By mastering this technique, you can easily adjust the delay time to match the tempo of a song. In Play mode, select the patch you want to edit (from either the USER or the PRESET group). Press the EDIT/CANCEL key to activate the Edit mode. Tap the BANK v pedal at least twice, in the desired tempo. The 4040 detects the interval between taps of the pedal switch and sets the delay time accordingly. Press the EDIT/CANCEL key once more to return to the Play mode.
The tapping input method can be used only for the delay time of the DELAY module, and only when the DELAY module is on. The maximum delay time is 1000 ms. If the tapping interval is between 1000 and 2000 ms, the delay time will be set to one half the interval time. If the tapping interval is more than 2000 ms, the delay time is not set.
In Play mode, press the EDIT/CANCEL key to activate the Edit mode. Use the PARAMETER SELECT key to select the TOTAL parameter EXTERNAL LOOP. Use the VALUE +/- keys to set the parameter value to 1 (on). The signal is now routed through the external loop and can be altered by any device connected in the loop. If you wish to use this setting also in future, store the patch.
Since the on/off condition of the external loop will be controlled by the 4040, you should leave the connected effect switched on. The signal level returned to the 4040 can be adjusted at the connected effect.

External control

Some guitar amplifiers or preamplifiers with several channels allow the user to switch channels with a foot switch. Some amplifiers also allow internal effect on/off control by foot switch. The EXTERNAL CONTROL OUT connector of the 4040 can be used to duplicate the action of a foot switch for amplifier channel control or internal effect on/off control in conjunction with a patch of the 4040.
Stereo cable or mono cable

External effecter loop

An external effect device connected to the EXTERNAL SEND/RETURN connector is inserted in series between the compression and distortion sections in the PRE module. The on/off setting of the send/return loop can be stored as part of a patch. This lets you for example connect a compact effecter for distortion etc. and control it as part of the 4040.

FOOT SW IN

EXT CNTL OUT Guitar amplifier
COMPACT EFFECTOR RETURN SEND
As shown in the diagram, this output is designed for a stereo connection, allowing on/off control of two channels.

Stereo plug

GROUND TIP

Expression pedal control

The EXP pedal of the 4040 can be used to adjust an effect parameter in real time. For example, you might change the distortion depth during a performance, or increase the amount of reverberation. The parameters available for control by the EXP pedal depend on the module and the effects used in the selected patch. In Play mode, press the EDIT/CANCEL key to activate the Edit mode. Use the PARAMETER SELECT key to select the parameter EXP. SELECT. Use the VALUE +/- keys to set the value.
Use a stereo cable or mono cable to connect the 4040 to the channel switching connector on the amplifier. The amplifier function is controlled according to whether the tip and ring of the plug are shorted to ground or not. In Play mode, press the EDIT/CANCEL key to activate the Edit mode. Use the PARAMETER SELECT key to select the TOTAL parameter EXTERNAL CONTROL OUT. Use the VALUE +/- keys to set the value. Applicable values are shown in the table below.

EXP. SELECT VALUES 0

MODULE OFF
Parameters Available for Pedal Control
OD I, OD II, DIST I, DIST II, LEAD, METAL AUTO WAH PDL WAH PDL PIT PIT FLG PHA TRM STEP SLOW CHO MONO PING PONG HALL ROOM DELAY
SENSE* FREQ* PIT BAL PEAK PEAK RATE PEAK RATE BAL MIX* MIX* MIX* MIX* MIX*
EXTERNAL CONTROL VALUES 3 4
Status of the Connectors RING Shorted Open Open Shorted TIP Shorted Open Shorted Open

4 DELAY 3 MODULATION

If you wish to use these settings, they must be stored in the patch.
Since the specifications for control connectors vary for different amplifiers, you may have to try out a variety of settings and cable connections. Normally, using a cable of the same type as the cable for the foot switch that came with the amplifier is recommended. For details, please refer to the manual of the amplifier. Even if equipped with a foot switch connector, some amplifiers may not be suitable for control by the 4040.
For parameters marked with an * in the table, the range is always MIN <> MAX, regardless of the setting.
This section describes use of the special mode and the MIDI function of the 4040.
Restoring individual factory preset patches (patch recall)

The 4040 contains a ROM (read-only memory) in which all factory preset patch data are permanently stored. Even if patches have been edited and stored in the USER group, the original factory preset patches can be individually recalled at any time. Turn off the 4040 (with the amplifier volume set to minimum), and turn the unit back on while keeping the EDIT/CANCEL key depressed. The indication FC flashes on the display. This shows that the unit is ready for recalling individual patches from the internal ROM.
Restoring all factory preset patches (initialize)
This special function returns all patches in the USER group to the factory preset condition. Use this function with care, because all patches you have stored will be lost. Turn off the 4040 (with the amplifier volume set to minimum), and turn the unit back on while keeping the STORE key depressed. The indication AL flashes on the display. This shows that the unit is ready for recalling all patches from the internal ROM.
Press the STORE key. You now can select the group, bank number and patch number you want to restore. The indication of FC and U0 (group and bank numbers) alternately appears on the display.
When wishing to initialize all patches Press the STORE key once more. This restores all patches to their factory preset condition. The 4040 then switches to the Play mode. When wishing to cancel the function Press the EDIT/CANCEL key. The 4040 switches to the Play mode without changing the patch settings.

Volume pedal control

Use the GROUP key, BANK w/vpedals, and pedal switches to select the desired patch. At this time, the sound of the patch can be monitored. Press the STORE key once more. The selected patch is now restored to the same setting as when the unit was shipped. Turn off the 4040, and then turn it on again for normal use. The 4040 will be in regular Play mode.
When the factory setting of a patch is recalled, any setting previously stored in that patch will be lost. By using the GROUP key before pressing the STORE key a second time, you can compare the sound of the user-stored patch and the recalled factory-preset patch before overwriting the patch contents.
The VOL pedal of the 4040 can be used to adjust the volume level between the EQ module and the MODULATION module. This lets you adjust the volume without changing the delay or reverb settings. The minimum volume level that is used when the VOL pedal is fully raised can be set and stored as part of a patch. In Play mode, press the EDIT/CANCEL key to activate the Edit mode. Use the PARAMETER SELECT key to select the TOTAL parameter MINIMUM VOLUME. Use the VALUE +/- keys to set the value.
When you want to retain the setting, store any patch. This will also store the MINIMUM VOLUME setting. If you turn off the 4040 without storing a patch, the setting will revert to the default value.

MIDI control

Program change and control change messages can be sent from the MIDI OUT connector of the 4040, according to pedal operation and pedal switch on/off operation. This lets you control equipment with a MIDI IN connector from the 4040. For example, you can change the program of a guitar synthesizer when selecting patches at the 4040, or call up settings at a MIDI-equipped preamplifier such as the ZOOM 9150.

in the Play mode and the bypass condition is activated, a special control change message with only two values is sent. The control change number and values are shown in the table below.
Control change NO. VOL. PEDAL EXP. PEDAL BYPASS BANK Value ON : 127 OFF : 0 ON : 127 OFF : 0 ON : 127 OFF : 0 ON : 127 OFF : 0 ON : 127 OFF : 0 ON : 127 OFF : 0

Guitar synthesizer

MANUAL MODE

PEDAL 1 PEDAL 2 PEDAL 3

MIDI IN MIDI cable MIDI OUT

PEDAL 4

q MIDI channel selection
MIDI- equipped preamplifier
When wishing to use the MIDI OUT connector of the 4040 to control external equipment, the MIDI channel of the 4040 must be set to match the equipment. This is done be setting the TOTAL parameter MIDI CH. In Play mode, press the EDIT/CANCEL key to activate the Edit mode. Use the PARAMETER SELECT key to select the TOTAL parameter MIDI CH. Use the VALUE +/- keys to set the value (MIDI channel 1 - 16).
q Sending program change messages
Whenever a patch is selected, a program change message is sent from the MIDI OUT connector. The program change numbers are shown in the table below.
PATCH No. GROUP BANK No. 1 USER 7 11
Swapping the pedal functions
The pedals of the 4040 are normally set up so that the left pedal operates as volume pedal and the right pedal as expression pedal. If desired, the function of the pedals can be interchanged as follows. Turn off the 4040 (with the amplifier volume set to minimum), and turn the unit back on while keeping the GROUP key depressed. The indication VE flashes on the display. In this condition, the left pedal operates as volume pedal and the right pedal as expression pedal (factory default). Use the VALUE +/- keys to change the value. When EV is shown, the right pedal operates as volume pedal and the left pedal as expression pedal.

1 PRESET 2

q Sending control change messages
When the VOL pedal or EXP pedal is operated, special control change messages with continuously varying values are sent from the MIDI OUT connector. If the 4040 is in the Manual (Edit) mode, special control change messages are sent when a module is switched on and off via the pedal switches. In this case, the output has only two values (on = 127, off = 0). Likewise, when the 4040 is
Press the STORE key. The new setting is stored, and the unit switches to Play mode. If you wish to cancel the function, press the EDIT/CANCEL key instead of the STORE key.
Application Examples for Use of the Foot Switch and Pedal Switches 1 - 4
The optional foot switch FS01 can be used for example to switch modes during a performance.

The optional foot switch FS01 can be used to switch between the normal Play mode and the Manual mode where effects can be individually switched on and off. Turn off the 4040, and connect the FS01 to the MANUAL connector of the 4040.

MANUAL

Turn on the 4040 and select the patch. Push the FS01 once. This switches the 4040 to the Manual (Edit) mode. The on/off status of individual effect modules can now be controlled with the pedal switches 1 - 4 and the BANK w pedal.
The pedal switches 1 - 4 and the BANK w pedal correspond to the following effect modules: BANK w pedal : Pedal switch 1: Pedal switch 2: Pedal switch 3: Pedal switch 4: PRE EQ MODULATION DELAY REVERB
In Manual mode, selecting patches is not possible.
Push the FS01 once more. The 4040 reverts to the normal Play mode, and patch selection is possible.

ZOOM PLAYER PRO

Number of effect programs: Memory: A/D conversion: D/A conversion: Sampling frequency: Inputs:
25 types ( 5 modules ) 80 patches ( USER 40 / PRESET 40 ) 16-bit, 64-times oversampling, 4-ord converter 16-bit, 64-times oversampling, 8-times interpolation filter Fs = 31.25 kHz Guitar input 1/4inch-phone-jack ( Mono ) x 1 nominal input level -25dBm ( GAIN sw = H ), -15dBm ( GAIN sw = M ), -10dBm ( GAIN sw = L ), input impedance 470Kohm External return 1/4inch-phone-jack ( Mono ) x 1 nominal input level -10dBm,input impedance 100Kohm Line(L/MONO,R) 1/4inch-phone-jack ( Mono ) x 2 maximun output level +5dBm,output impedance 600ohm or more External send 1/4inch-phone-jack ( Mono ) x 1 nominal output level -10dBm,output impedance 1Kohm or more Headphones 1/4inch-phone-jack ( Stereo ) x 1 output power 35mW into 32 ohm

Outputs:

Input-Output Gain: Control connectors: Value control pedal: Display: Power supply: Dimension: Weight:
Input gain switch x 1 ( H,M,L 3-types-gain select ) Master outputs level volume x 1 MIDI out x 1 External control out x 1 VOL. pedal x 1 EXP. pedal x 1 2-character,7-segment LED display 9V DC,200mA ( from supplied AC adapter AD0003 or AD0004 ) 500 x 210 x 63 ( W x D x H ) 2 Kg
* 0 dBm = 0.775 Vrms * Design and specifications suject to change without notice.

MIDI IMPLEMENTATION

1. TRANSMITTED DATA 1) CHANNEL VOICE MESSAGES STATUS 1011 nnnn SECOND 0ccc cccc 0vvv vvvv THIRD DESCRIPTION
CONTROL CHANGE ccc cccc : Control No. vvv vvvv : Control Value

1100 nnnn

0ppp pppp
PROGRAM CHANGE ppp pppp : Program Number
NOTE: nnnn = MIDI Channel Number ( 0000 - 1111 ) 2. RECOGNIZED DATA NONE

MODULATION

REVERB

OUTPUT

VOL. PEDAL

PATCH LEVEL

DELAY TIME TAP EDIT

PRE MODULE

ADVANCED GUITAR EFFECTS PROCESSOR

(BYPASS)

1 CLN I 3 ODI 4 ODII EFFECT 2 CLN II 5 DST I 6 DST II 1 EQ 7 LEAD 8 METAL PARM 1 PARM 2 PARM 3 PARM 4 PARM 5 TOTAL
2 AMP SIM COLOR [1 3] BOX [1 3] DEPTH [010] TONE [-7 +7] LEVEL [1 8] EXTERNAL CONTROL OUT [1 4] 0= NORM 1= INV VOL 3 AUTO 4 PDL WAH WAH FREQ FREQ [164] SENS [010] EXP. MODE 0= NORM 1= INV MODE [116] (PITCH) 1 PDL PIT 2 PIT PITCH [0 24]
3 FLG 4 PHA 5 TREM 6 STEP 7 SLOW 8 CHO DEPTH [010] RATE [150] PEAK [010] 7 MODE [0, 1] BAL. 8 STR
1 MONO 2 PPD [0 10] (X100mS) DELAY TIME( ) [0 99] (mS) FEEDBACK [0 10] MIX [0 10]
1 HALL 2 ROOM TIME [1 10] TONE [-7 +7] 3 DELAY TIME [0 90] (X10mS) FEEDBACK [0 10]
COMP [0 4] TONE [-7+7] GAIN [116] DYNAMICS [0 3] ZNR [015] EXTERNAL LOOP [0,1] 0=OFF, 1=ON
HIGH [-7 +7] MID [-7 +7] MIDf [116] LOW [-7 +7]
SHIFT [dn, UP] FINE [-5 +5] BAL [0 10]
MIX [0 10] PATCH LEVEL [0 50] EXP. SELECT [0 5] 0= OFF 1= DIST 2= EQ 3= MOD 4= DLY 5= REV

EXP.MODE

0= min VAL 1= VAL max

GLOBAL

MINIMUM VOLUME [010]

MIDI CH [1 16]

USER PRESET BOTH

POLPIT MODE

1: Dirty BEND 2: Ham Chokin 3: Detune 4: 2nd 5: 1Oct 1Oct 6: 0 7: 2Oct 8: 9: b3rd 10: 1Oct 11: 5th 12: 5th 13: 4 Octave 14: Hi-BAND 15: X-fade 16: Scratch 3rd 1Oct 4th 6th

TUNER CALIB (435Hz445Hz)

(EDIT TUNER VALUE)
VALUE PARAMETER SELECT EDIT(MANUAL)

CANCEL

GROUP BANK

INPUT GAIN H M L

MODEL 4040 ZOOM CORPORATION MADE IN JAPAN/FABRIQUE AU JAPON SERIAL NO

EXT INPUT SEND RETURN R

OUTPUT L/MONO

PHONES

VOLUME

EXT MANUAL CTRL OUT

MIDI OUT DC9V 200mA POWER

PHONES OUT

OUTPUT R OUTPUT L/MONO INPUT

TAP EDIT

2 AMP SIM COLOR [1 3] BOX [1 3] DEPTH [010] TONE [-7 +7] LEVEL [1 8] EXTERNAL CONTROL OUT [1 4] 0= NORM 1= INV VOL 3 AUTO 4 PDL WAH WAH FREQ FREQ [164] SENS [010] EXP. MODE 0= NORM 1= INV MODE [116] (PITCH) 1 PDL PIT 2 PIT PITCH [0 24] SHIFT [dn, UP] FINE [-5 +5] BAL [0 10]

C= C #= D= D #= E=

F= F #= G= G #=
A= A #= B= 435Hz : 440Hz : 445Hz :
1 CLN I EFFECT 2 CLN II PARM 1 PARM 2 PARM 3 PARM 4 PARM 5 TOTAL
1 CLEAN CLEAN OVERDRIVE OVERDRIVE DISTORTION DISTORTION LEAD 8 METAL
1 EQUALIZER 2 AMP SIMULATOR 3 AUTO WAH 4 PEDAL WAH

VOL.PEDAL

1 PEDAL PITCH 2 PITCH SHIFTER 3 FLANGER 4 PHASER 5 TREMOLO 6 STEP 7 SLOW ATTACK 8 CHORUS
1 MONO DELAY 2 PINGPONG DELAY

1 HALL 2 ROOM 3 DELAY

EXTERNAL LOOP

EXP.PEDAL

EXTERNAL CONTROL

To External Effect

From External Effect

To Guitar Amp FOOT SW

MIDf [ 1 16] DEPTH [ 0 10] 0 = NORM 1 = INV

DELAY TIME TAP EDIT EQ

EFFECT PARM 1 PARM 2 PARM 3 PARM 4 PARM 5 TOTAL
1 EQ HIGH [-7 +7] MID [-7 +7] GAIN [116] MIDf [116] LOW [-7 +7]
2 AMP SIM COLOR [1 3] BOX [1 3] DEPTH [010] TONE [-7 +7]
3 AUTO 4 PDL WAH WAH FREQ FREQ [164] SENS [010] EXP. MODE 0= NORM 1= INV FINE [-5 +5] PEAK [010] BAL. FEEDBACK [0 10] MIX [0 10]
LEVEL [1 8] EXTERNAL CONTROL OUT [1 4]

Gain Mid f

Frequency

Time PEAK=0 PEAK=10

EXT CNTL OUT
COMPACT EFFECTOR RETURN SEND 4040

MIDI IN

MIDI OUT

MANUAL

MIDI IMPLEMENTATION
1. TRANSMITTED DATA 1) CHANNEL VOICE MESSAGES STATUS 1011 nnnn SECOND 0ccc cccc 0vvv vvvv THIRD DESCRIPTION

 

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