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Zoom G2 1UZoom G2.1U Effects Pedal with USB and Expression
Zoom G2.1u Guitar Effects Pedal with USB and ExpressionG2.1u: Taking multi-effects to the next levelConventional floor-type multi-effect processors are designed to sound good when they are plugged into a guitar amp. Modeling proce

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Part Numbers: G2.1U, G2.1u


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vikrammandal 10:03pm on Saturday, October 23rd, 2010 
Context: Home personal / office setup; AT&T DSL; 3 Macs. east to install hardware, had to search the web for bios. compatibility, design, performs well, value for money had to find and download bios
pervert 5:48pm on Tuesday, October 19th, 2010 
This is a very nifty piece of hardware. We have 4 computers running in my house. This product works great with the Linksys Router we purchased. It was easy to set up and has worked everyday without a single glitch!
phoenix11 2:55pm on Saturday, September 18th, 2010 
Worked well for the time that I used it Started disconnecting at random. Took forever to try and get reconnected. None Handles network traffic well, running on Windows 2008 Server R2 Standard, network teaming configured, excellent addition to my server.
krbolson 5:59am on Thursday, August 12th, 2010 
Great router, especially when used in pairs or multiples to achieve low cost VPN circuits. I have found this router to be one of the best routers. No Comment. None. Superior product. We use it for VoIP traffic and the QoS (clarity) has greatly improved. We are very satisfied with the operation. quiet, dependable none
Gianluca 2:56am on Tuesday, July 27th, 2010 
Maybe I just got a bad specimen. In almost 30 years of personal / professional computer experience. This is my first experience of DSL, so I have no comparisons to make. However, after discovering other highly rated reviews at other sites.
conio 8:42am on Monday, July 26th, 2010 
Very Fast Extra super easy to install and use reliable good design reaaly good product. must have it. Easily Expanded","Easy To Set Up","Fast". it was so fast to setup and easy to use and so fast with speed I could not keep up Easy To Setup","Fast Connection Speed","Reliable connection".
BiosAward 3:47am on Wednesday, July 14th, 2010 
This is a very nifty piece of hardware. We have 4 computers running in my house. This product works great with the Linksys Router we purchased. It was easy to set up and has worked everyday without a single glitch!
theophanie 1:10am on Friday, May 28th, 2010 
Very Fast Extra super easy to install and use reliable good design reaaly good product. must have it. Easily Expanded","Easy To Set Up","Fast". it was so fast to setup and easy to use and so fast with speed I could not keep up Easy To Setup","Fast Connection Speed","Reliable connection".
radio_snob 4:25pm on Friday, May 21st, 2010 
Maybe I just got a bad specimen. In almost 30 years of personal / professional computer experience. This is my first experience of DSL, so I have no comparisons to make. However, after discovering other highly rated reviews at other sites.
NeRastionet 12:53pm on Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 
Context: Home personal / office setup; AT&T DSL; 3 Macs. east to install hardware, had to search the web for bios. compatibility, design, performs well, value for money had to find and download bios
honingbij 1:09pm on Thursday, April 22nd, 2010 
Worked well for the time that I used it Started disconnecting at random. Took forever to try and get reconnected. None Handles network traffic well, running on Windows 2008 Server R2 Standard, network teaming configured, excellent addition to my server.
addeh 11:20am on Tuesday, April 6th, 2010 
Great router, especially when used in pairs or multiples to achieve low cost VPN circuits. I have found this router to be one of the best routers. No Comment. None. Superior product. We use it for VoIP traffic and the QoS (clarity) has greatly improved. We are very satisfied with the operation. quiet, dependable none
kdork 5:56pm on Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010 
Web interface VPN Capabilities Dual WAN, Powerful CPU, Large RAM Bad Firmware, Hardware not utilized, Freezes constantly. Cost, features firmare bug - firewall stops working - no fix Jul12004

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Operation Manual

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Usage Precautions

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

In this manual, symbols are used to highlight warnings and cautions for you to read so that accidents can be prevented. The meanings of these symbols are as follows:
This symbol indicates explanations about extremely dangerous matters. If users ignore this symbol and Warning handle the device the wrong way, serious injury or death could result. This symbol indicates explanations about dangerous matters. If users ignore this symbol and handle the device the wrong way, bodily injury and damage to the equipment could result.

Caution Warning

Contents
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Usage Precautions.. 2
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS... 2 Usage Precautions... 2
High humidity or moisture Excessive dust or sand Excessive vibration or shock

Handling

Never place objects lled with liquids, such as vases, on the G2.1u since this can cause electric shock. Do not place naked ame sources, such as lighted candles, on the G2.1u since this can cause re. The G2.1u is a precision instrument. Do not exert undue pressure on the keys and other controls. Also take care not to drop the unit, and do not subject it to shock or excessive pressure. Take care that no foreign objects (coins or pins etc.) or liquids can enter the unit.

Caution

Features.... 4 Terms Used in This Manual.. 5 Controls and Functions / Connections.. 6 Selecting a Patch... 8 Using the Tuner... 10 Using the Rhythm Function.. 12 Editing a Patch... 14 Storing/Copying Patches... 16 Using the Built-in Expression Pedal.. 18 Use of Expression Pedal/Foot Switch.. 20
Using the built-in expression pedal.. 20 Adjusting the sensitivity of the built-in expression pedal.. 21 Using an external expression pedal (FP01/FP02).. 21 Using a foot switch (FS01)... 21 Using the G2.1u as audio interface for a computer.. 22
Connecting cables and input and output jacks
You should always turn off the power to the G2.1u and all other equipment before connecting or disconnecting any cables. Also make sure to disconnect all connection cables and the power cord before moving the G2.1u.
Please observe the following safety tips and precautions to ensure hazard-free use of the G2.1u.

Power requirements

Warning
Since power consumption of this unit is fairly high, we recommend the use of an AC adapter whenever possible. When powering the unit from batteries, use only alkaline types. [AC adapter operation]
Be sure to use only an AC adapter which supplies 9 V DC, 300 mA and is equipped with a "center minus" plug (Zoom AD-0006). The use of an adapter other than the specied type may damage the unit and pose a safety hazard. Connect the AC adapter only to an AC outlet that supplies the rated voltage required by the adapter. When disconnecting the AC adapter from the AC outlet, always grasp the adapter itself and do not pull at the cable. During lightning or when not using the unit for an extended period, disconnect the AC adapter from the AC outlet.

Alterations

Restoring Factory Defaults.. 24 Linking Effects.... 25
Switching between live sound and direct recording sound. 25
Never open the case of the G2.1u or attempt to modify the product in any way since this can result in damage to the unit.

Easy operation with expression pedal and foot switch
Operating the G2.1u on batteries 1. Turn the G2.1u over and open the cover
of the battery compartment on the bottom.

G2.1u bottom view Latch

2. Insert four fresh IEC

R6 (size AA) batteries.

Four IEC R6 (size AA) batteries

3. Close the cover of

the battery compartment. Push the cover in until the latch audibly snaps into place.
The expression pedal on the top panel lets you adjust the tonal quality of an effect or the volume in real time. An optional expression pedal (FP01/FP02) or foot switch (FS01) can be connected to the CONTROL IN jack. The external expression pedal is used for controlling the volume. The foot switch is convenient for quickly toggling effect programs or for setting the tempo of the rhythm function.
Insert batteries facing in alternate directions.
Use four IEC R6 (size AA) batteries. When the batteries are getting low, the indication "bt" appears on the display.
Please take the time to read this manual carefully so as to get the most out of the unit and to ensure optimum performance and reliability.
Press the latch to release it and then raise the cover.
Controls and Functions / Connections
Parameter knobs 1 - 3 Module selector
Switches between play mode and edit mode. In edit mode, the knob selects the module for operation.

Top Panel

These knobs allow changing the level of effect parameters or of the overall patch. During rhythm playback, the knobs let you select a pattern, set the tempo, and adjust the rhythm volume.

[PEDAL ASSIGN] key

This key lets you select the function of the built-in expression pedal. The currently selected function is shown by a lit LED.

BANK [-]/[+] keys

In play mode, the keys serve for directly switching to the next lower or higher bank. In edit mode, the keys switch the effect type for the currently selected module.

[TAP] key

Allows manual input of time related effect parameter values such as delay time, and rhythm pattern tempo.

[STORE] key

Serves for storing edited patches in memory.

RHYTHM [R/P] key

Serves to start/stop rhythm playback.

[W]/[Q] foot switches

These switches are used for selecting patches, switching effect modules on and off, controlling the tuner, and other functions.

Display

Shows patch numbers, setting values, and other information about operating the G2.1u.

Expression pedal

Guitar Computer Lets you adjust the volume or various effect parameters in real time during play.

[INPUT] jack

Serves for connecting the guitar.

[USB] connector

Allows you to connect the G2.1u. to a computer, for exchanging audio data. When you plug a cable from this connector into the USB port of the computer, you can use the G2.1u. as an audio interface for the computer.

Rear Panel

AC adapter

[DC IN] jack

An AC adapter (ZOOM AD-0006) with a rated output of 9 volts DC, 300 mA (center minus plug) can be plugged into this jack.

[OUTPUT/PHONES] jack

This stereo phone jack serves for connection to a guitar amplifier or recorder. It is also possible to use a Y cable for sending the output to two amplifiers, or to plug a pair of stereo headphones into this jack. Guitar amplifiers Headphones

[POWER] switch

Turns the unit on and off.

[CONTROL IN] jack

Serves for connection of the optional foot switch (FS01) or expression pedal (FP01/FP02). FP01/FP02 FS01
MTR (multitrack recorder)

Selecting a Patch

To try out the various effects of the G2.1u, we recommend that you simply play your instrument while switching patches.

Adjust tone and volume

To adjust the effect sound and volume levels in play mode, the Parameter knobs can be used. Each knob controls a specific parameter.
Parameter knob 1 Parameter knob 3

Turn power on

Use a monaural shielded cable to connect the guitar to the [INPUT] jack of the G2.1u. When using the G2.1u with the AC adapter, plug the adapter into the outlet and plug the cable from the adapter into the [DC IN] jack on the G2.1u. Set the [POWER] switch on the rear panel of the G2.1u to ON. Turn the guitar amplifier on and adjust the volume to a suitable position.

While the reference pitch value is shown, turn Parameter knob 1 to adjust it.
Setting the G2.1u to the mute state
In play mode, press both [W]/[Q] foot switches together and hold for at least 1 second. When you release the Parameter knob, the display indication will return to the previous condition after a while.
NOTE Patch change at bypass/mute
When you press both [W]/[Q] foot switches together while playing your instrument, the bypass/mute condition is activated. However, the sound may change momentarily just before the condition is activated. This is because the G2.1u switches to the next higher or lower patch when one of the foot switches is pressed slightly earlier. (When you cancel the bypass/mute condition, the original patch number will be active again.) This kind of behavior is not a defect. It is due to the very high speed at which the G2.1u responds to patch switching. To prevent the sound change caused by the above condition, do not produce sound with your instrument until the bypass/mute condition is fully established.
When you turn the G2.1u off and on again, the reference pitch setting will be reset to 40 (center A = 440 Hz).

Return to play mode

Press one of the [W]/[Q] foot switches.

Play the string to tune

Play the open string to tune, and adjust the pitch.
The right side of the display shows a symbol that indicates by how much the tuning is off.

Pitch is high

Pitch is correct Pitch is low
Tune other strings in the same way.
Indication turns faster the more the pitch is off
The left side of the display shows the note which is closest to the current pitch.
Using the Rhythm Function
The G2.1u has a built-in rhythm function that plays realistic drum sounds in various patterns. The rhythm function is available in play mode or in the bypass/mute condition.

Adjust the rhythm volume

To adjust the rhythm volume, turn Parameter knob 3.
When you turn the Parameter knob, the current setting (0 30) is shown on the display.
Adjust the tempo Start the rhythm function
To start the rhythm function, press the RHYTHM [R/P] key.
The rhythm pattern tempo can be adjusted in the range of BPM (beats per minute).
To continuously change the rhythm tempo, turn Parameter knob 2. To manually specify the rhythm tempo, hit the [TAP] key at least three times in the desired interval.
At the first push of the [TAP] key, the current tempo value is shown on the display. The G2.1u then automatically detects the interval for the second and subsequent keypresses and sets the tempo accordingly. While the above steps are carried out, the current tempo value (40 250) is shown on the display. For values in the range from 100 to 199, a dot is shown after the first digit. For values of 200 and above, dots are shown after the first and second digits.
During rhythm playback, the REVERB module is OFF.

Adjusts the distortion intensity.
* Manufacturer names and product names mentioned in this table are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. The names are used only to illustrate sonic characteristics and do not indicate any affiliation with ZOOM CORPORATION.
ACOUSTIC AC AC This effect makes an electric guitar sound like an acoustic guitar. TOP
Adjusts the special string tone that is characteristic for an acoustic guitar.
Adjusts the degree of body resonance.

THRESHOLD

Adjusts the sensitivity. For maximum noise reduction, set the value as high as possible without causing the sound to decay unnaturally.
FLANGER FL FL This effect produces a resonating and strongly undulating sound. DEPTH

EQ (Equalizer) module

Allows adjusting the three main bands (BASS, MIDDLE, TREBLE) of the six-band equalizer. BASS

12 160Hz

MIDDLE

TREBLE

3.2kHz
Adjusts the modulation resonance intensity.

RESONANCE -10 -1, 0,

Adjusts the low frequency range level.
Adjusts the mid frequency range level.
Adjusts the high frequency range level.
EXTRA EQ/CABINET & MIC module
This module allows adjusting the three remaining bands of the six-band equalizer. In addition, the module contains a cabinet simulator that produces sound suitable for direct recording on a MTR or for reproduction via headphones or a studio monitor. EXTRA EQ ET Et Adjusts the three remaining bands of the six-band equalizer. The HARMONICS control allows adjustment of the harmonics frequency range level. LO MID

12 400Hz

PITCH SHIFTER PT Pt This effect shifts the pitch of the original sound up or down.
-12 -1, dt, 1 12, 24 Adjusts the pitch shift amount in semitones. Selecting "dt" gives a detuning effect.
PEDAL PITCH PP PP This effect allows using a pedal to shift the pitch in real time. COLOR

See Table 1

PRESENCE

6.4kHz

HARMONICS 12

UP, dn

Adjusts the mid-low frequency range level.
Adjusts the extremely high frequency range level.
Adjusts the harmonics frequency range level.
Selects the type pitch change type effected by the pedal. Table 1
COLOR MODE Pedal minimum value
Selects the direction of the pitch change.
CABINET & MIC CB Cb This effect type simulates amplier cabinet sound and mic directional characteristics, suitable for direct recording on a multi-track recorder. The cabinet characteristics are automatically set either to Combo (12" x 1, 12" x 2) or to Stack (12" x 4), depending on the selected drive type. The on/off condition of this effect in turn automatically switches the modeling algorithm of the DRIVE module ( p. 25).

MIC TYPE

dy, Co

MIC POSITION 0 2

Lets you select different microphone characteristics according to sound pickup position. The following settings are available. 0: Mic pointed at speaker center 1: Mic pointed halfway between speaker edge and center 2: Mic pointed at speaker edge
UP -100 cent dn Original sound only DOUBLING UP Detune + DRY dn 0 cent UP +1 octave dn 0 cent UP -2 octaves dn
Pedal maximum value COLOR MODE Original sound only UP 5 -100 cent dn Detune + DRY UP 6 DOUBLING dn +1 octave UP cent dn -2 octaves UP cent dn
Pedal minimum value -1 octave + DRY +1 octave + DRY -700 cent + DRY 500 cent + DRY - (0 Hz) + DRY +1 octave - (0 Hz) + DRY +1 octave + DRY
Pedal maximum value +1 octave + DRY -1 octave + DRY 500 cent + DRY -700 cent + DRY +1 octave - (0 Hz) + DRY +1 octave + DRY - (0 Hz) + DRY
Selects the mic type. "dy" simulates the frequency response of a dynamic mic and "Co" simulates the frequency response of a condenser mic.
VB Vb VIBRATO Effect with automatic vibrato.
MOD/SFX(Modulation/SFX) module
Comprises modulation and delay effects such as chorus, pitch shifter, delay, and echo. CHORUS CH CH This effect mixes a variable pitch-shifted component to the original signal, resulting in full-bodied resonating sound. DEPTH
ST St STEP Special effect that changes the sound in a staircase pattern.
Adjusts the modulation depth. 0 98, 1.0
Adjusts the modulation rate.
DL dL DELAY This is a delay with a maximum setting of 2000 ms.
1 99, 1.0 2.0 Adjusts the delay time. In the range from ms, the adjustment is made in 10-ms steps (1 99). For 1 second and above, the adjustment is made in 100-ms steps (1.0 2.0).
STEREO CHORUS SC SC This is a stereo chorus with clear sound. DEPTH
TAPE ECHO TE tE This effect simulates a tape echo.
1 99, 1.0 2.0 TAP Adjusts the delay time. In the range from ms, the adjustment is made in 10-ms steps (1 99). For 1 second and above, the adjustment is made in 100-ms steps (1.0 2.0).

DL PD EC

HOLD This is a delay with a maximum setting of 5000 ms. Pd PINGPONG DELAY HOLD This is a ping-pong type delay where the delay sound alternates between left and right. EC ECHO
DYNAMIC DELAY DD dd This is a dynamic delay where the effect volume changes depending on the input signal level. With positive settings, the effect volume increases at higher input signal levels. With negative settings, the effect volume increases at lower input signal levels.
HOLD This is a warm sounding long delay of up to 5000 ms duration. These three effect types have the same parameters.

Marshall JCM-2000

EQUALISATION

OFF 6 8

CLASSIC GAIN / CHANNEL A

PRESEMCE

MIDDLE VOLUME BASS

READ 1 SHIFT TONE READ 2

GAIN CHANNEL B CHANNEL

VOLUME

CLEAN CRUNCH

Fender TWIN Reverb

BRIGHT

NORMAL

Roland JC-120

CHANNEL-1 CHANNEL-1

Early Reflection is the component of the reverb sound that reaches to the listener first after the original sound has bounced off the wall. The reverb sound consists of this early reflection and the late reflection, and the former characterizes the size of the room. The early reflection effect extracted from the whole reverb sound has been quite popular among the rack-mounted signal processors but we have arranged this effect on the G series especially for the guitar. To get the most popular type of this effect, you can set the SHAPE parameter to the plus value (decaying effect) and adjust the DECAY parameter to decide the size of the simulated room. If you would like a wild effect, set the SHAPE parameter to the extreme minus value and you will get the special effect that sounds like the tape machine played in reverse. In addition to the frequency ranges of 160Hz, 800Hz and 3.2kHz (LOW, MID and TREBLE respectively,) controlled by the normal EQ module, you can boost or cut the ranges of 400Hz, 6.4kHz and 12kHz using the LOW MID, PRESENCE and HARMONICS controls respectively in the EXTRA EQ module. These frequency ranges are rarely controllable with other effect devices made for guitars. With PRESENCE you can adjust the high frequency range that affects the projection of the sound and with HARMONICS you can tweak the overtone contained in the clipped sound. The overdriven sound of tube amplifiers is rich in overtone and this EXTRA EQ module is indispensable for the simulation of this aspect of the sound. With this effect, you can utilize up to eight independent delay lines whose delay times can be set separately to make rhythmical patterns. We also provided eight practical settings ranging from the constant rhythmic pattern to the random one. Try pattern 2 for example: the played notes are fed back like rhythmical patterns that will inspire you to come up with various phrases one after another. You could apply this effect to your solo performances as something different from the sound-on-sound effect. This effect is programmed as a stereo ping-pong delay and thus we strongly recommend you to try it using headphones. The delay time can be set to 3 sec. maximum.

MESA/BOOGIE Dual Rectifier

Fender Twin Reverb '65

BOSS OD-1

MATCHLESS HOT BOX

The Rectifier model has the improved simul-power circuitry (see the Mark III section) and the increased gain in the preamp section. This amp puts out 100w power and has five 12AX7 tubes for the pre-amp and four 6L6GC tubes for the power-amp. As opposed to the Mark series, the Rectifier has its tone control circuit after the volume circuit for better effect on the sound. Since this amp had been introduced, the brand image of MESA/BOOGIE has changed from being the premiere amp manufacturer for fusion music to that for heavy metal music. The most prominent feature of this amp is its rectifier circuitry after which it was named. The Dual Rectifier employs, as its name suggests, two different rectifier circuits: one uses silicon diodes and another uses tubes. When the diodes are selected, the amp gives you tight and highly powerful sound. When the tube rectifier circuit is selected, you will get a warmer sound. This program is modeled after the combination of a four-12 BOOGIE cabinet and the Dual Rectifier head using the vintage channel and the silicon-diode rectifier circuit.
In the later half of 1965, a reverb unit was added to the Twin amp, which was the birth of the Twin Reverb model. In 1965, Fender company was sold to CBS because of Leo Fenders health problem. The program on this G series is modeled after the pre-CBS Twin Reverb from 1965 aka Black Panel. This amp has four 7025 (12AX7), a 12AX7 and two 12AT7 pre-tubes, four 6L6GC power-tubes and silicon diodes for the rectifier circuit. The diode rectifier is believed to give a tighter sound to the amplifier than the tube rectifier does, which should be the key to the characteristic glittering sound of this Twin Reverb. This guitar amplifier has two 12 loudspeakers by Jensen and pus out 80w power. On the program in this G series, you can have the sound with the Bright switch on by tweaking the Harmonics parameter in the EXTRA EQ section. When you turn the reverb effect on, you will get that Twin Reverb sound you have been longing for.
The OD-1 released by BOSS in 1977 was originally developed for the simulation of the natural overdrive sound of tube amplifiers, but this stomp box turned out to be popular as the booster unit to connect to the input of the real tube amplifier to get tighter and more punchy sound with the increased gain. The OD-1 employs the asymmetrical clipper section in its circuit design that uses three diodes to create the overdrive sound that is mild and rich in nuances. The pedal had been in production from 1977 to 1985, but now it is unexpectedly difficult to even find a used one. And if you could locate one, it would be astonishingly expensive. There have been many stomp boxes known as overdrive units. The most famous one is probably the Tube Screamer but we chose this very original overdrive pedal OD-1. If you are lucky enough to use the real OD-1, we invite you to try blind test to turn off all of the effect module except the OD-1 on the G series and compare the sound of the modeling and that of the real one. We think that you will not hear any difference.

USB/Cubase LE Startup Guide
This USB/Cubase LE Startup Guide explains how to install Cubase LE on a computer, how to make the G2.1u connection and settings, and how to record your guitar play.
Cubase LE Installation Connections and Preparations Recording with Cubase LE

Cubase LE Installation

Connections and Preparations

Recording with Cubase LE

Start Cubase LE.

Windows XP

MacOS X
To connect the G2.1u to a computer running Windows XP and to enable audio input/output, proceed as follows.
To connect the G2.1u to a computer running MacOS X and enable audio input/output, proceed as follows.
Install Cubase LE on the computer.
When you insert the CD-ROM supplied with this product into the CDROM drive of the computer, the installer will start up automatically. Follow the on-screen instructions to install Cubase LE.
A window asking whether to check the audio input/output port appears. Click OK to perform the check.
Insert the CD-ROM supplied with this product into the CD-ROM drive of the Macintosh computer.
The "Cubase LE" icon appears on the desktop.
After Cubase LE has started up, access the "Devices" menu, select "Device Setup." and click "VST Multitrack" in the list of devices.
Double-click the icon to open it, and use the "Cubase LE Installer" to install Cubase LE.
Connect the G2.1u to the computer using a USB cable.

Guitar

Computer
If another device is selected, use the pull-down menu to change the selection to "USB Audio CODEC". When the setting has been made, close Audio MIDI Setup.

[OUTPUT] jack

USB cable Audio system or other hi-fi playback equipment
Check whether "ASIO Multimedia Driver" is selected as ASIO driver in the right part of the device setup window.

Batteries

When the [POWER] switch of the G2.1u is ON, the unit will be powered from the AC adapter or internal batteries. When the [POWER] switch of the G2.1u is OFF, the unit will be powered via the USB cable (bus power). This is convenient when no AC adapter or batteries are available or when the batteries are exhausted.
Click the "Control Panel" button in the device setup window. In the window that appears, click the "Advanced Options" button.
In the advanced options window, check whether "USB Audio CODEC" is selected as input port and output port.

Windows Vista / XP

To connect this unit to a computer running Windows Vista (or Windows XP) and to enable audio input/output, proceed as follows. The installation description uses Windows Vista as an example.
Bring up the "Sound" window from the Control Panel and make the input device setting for the computer.
To bring up the "Sound" window, select "Control Panel" from the Start menu and click "Hardware and Sound", then click "Sound".
To connect this unit to a computer running MacOS X and enable audio input/output, proceed as follows.
Insert the supplied "Cubase LE 4" DVD-ROM into the DVD drive of the Macintosh.
The contents of the DVD-ROM appear automatically. If nothing happens when you insert the DVD-ROM, double-click the "Cubase LE 4" icon shown on the desktop.
Download the latest ASIO driver from the web site of ZOOM Corporation (http://www.zoom.co.jp) and install the driver.
The ASIO driver software is required to enable use of Cubase LE 4 for audio input and output with a computer. Refer to the read_me file included in the download package for instructions on how to install the driver correctly.
Install Cubase LE 4 on the Macintosh.
When the contents of the DVD-ROM appear, open the "Cubase LE 4 for MacOS X" folder by double-clicking it, and then double-click the "Cubase LE 4.mpkg" file to start the installation process. In the "Sound" window, verify that "USB Audio CODEC" is listed under the Play and Record devices and that the device is checked. (To switch between Play and Record, click the tabs at the top of the window.) If the device is not checked, right-click on the icon for the device and click "Set as Default Device" so that a check mark appears.
Insert the supplied "Cubase LE 4" DVD-ROM into the DVD drive of the computer, and perform the installation steps.
When you insert the DVD-ROM, a screen asking what you want to do appears. Select "Open folder to view files". When the contents of the DVD-ROM are shown, open the "Cubase LE 4 for Windows" folder by double-clicking on it, and then doubleclick the executable "Setup" ("Setup.exe") file to start the installation process.
Start Cubase LE 4. Then access the "Devices" menu, select "Device Setup." and click "VST Audio System".
To start Cubase LE 4, double-click the Cubase LE 4 shortcut icon that was created on the desktop. After startup, select "ZOOM ASIO Driver" as the ASIO driver in the right section of the Device Setup window. When you change the ASIO driver selection, a confirmation message appears. Click the "Switch" button.

2. Use

the button in the transport panel to move to the beginning of the project.
3. Click the Play button in the
transport panel to start playback.
While the monitoring button is enabled, the direct signal input to this unit and the signal routed to the computer and then returned to this unit will be output simultaneously from this unit, causing a flanger-like effect in the sound. To accurately monitor the sound also while adjusting the recording level, temporarily set the output device port for the VST connection (step 6) to "Not Connected". The level meter as in the above illustration shows the signal level after processing in this unit. When you pluck a guitar string the meter may register with a slight delay, but this is not a defect.
If no sound is heard when you click the Play button after recording, check the VST connection settings (step 6) once more.
The Inspector shows information about the currently selected track. If nothing is shown, click on the track to select it.
To continue using Cubase LE 4, a process called activation (license authentication and product registration) is necessary. When you start Cubase LE 4, a screen offering to register the product will appear. Select "Register Now". A web site for registration will open in your Internet browser. Follow the instructions on that page to register and activate the product.
Connect the guitar or other instrument to the [INPUT] jack of this unit and select the desired patch.
When the recording level has been adjusted, click the monitoring button to disable it.
The input level is no longer shown on the meter, and the signal returned to this unit via the computer is muted. In this condition, only the signal before sending to the computer can be monitored via the [OUTPUT] jack of this unit.
While using Cubase LE 4, other applications may slow down drastically or a message such as "Cannot synchronize with USB audio interface" may appear. If this happens frequently, consider taking the following steps to optimize the operation conditions for Cubase LE 4. (1) Shut down other applications besides Cubase LE 4. In particular, check for resident software and other utilities.
Access the "Devices" menu of Cubase LE 4 and select "Mixer".
The mixer window appears. This window shows the channel assigned to the created track, and the master channel.
Verify that the transport panel is being shown.
Perform the following steps here.
he Add Track window for specifying the number of audio tracks and the stereo/mono setting appears.
(2) Reduce plug-ins (effects, instruments) used by Cubase LE 4. When there is a high number of plug-ins, the computer's processing power may not be able to keep up. Reducing the number of tracks for simultaneous playback can also be helpful. (3) Power the unit from an AC adapter. When a device designed to use USB power is powered via the USB port, the current supply may sometimes fluctuate, leading to problems. See if using an AC adapter improves operation. If applications still run very slowly or the computer itself does not function properly, disconnect this unit from the computer and shut down Cubase LE 4. Then reconnect the USB cable and start Cubase LE 4 again.

Click monitoring button so that it lights up in orange. Stop button Select number of tracks Select stereo/mono setting Click recording standby button so that it lights up in red, to activate recording standby condition. Record button
Recording starts. As you play your instrument, the waveform appears in real time in the project window. To stop recording, click the Stop button in the transport panel.
In this example, set the number of tracks to "1" and select stereo, then click the OK button. A new stereo audio track is added to the project window.
Channel assigned to audio track

Master channel

 

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