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PHANTOM POWER ON OFF GUITAR

INPUT NORMAL

INPUT TRIM

INPUT SELECT

TRACK SELECT

MASTER

NUMBER /NAME

RECORD SELECT MUTE

TRACK PAN

NOTE :

CONTRAST

C4 C5 C6

SHUTTLE

R [JOG]

MAIN SCREEN MIXER
NUMBER /NAME SETUP EFFECT

MUTE PATCH V.TRACK

SOLO PROJECT DISK

CURSOR

WAVEFORM EDIT

IN-OUT TO FROM UNDO

EDIT POINT OUT IN

LOCATE

MEMORY

iTIP : [MUTE]

[SOLO]
[INPUT SELECT] [TRACK SELECT] [F1] [F4] X

[UNDO] [UNDO]

PHONES
A [LEVEL] TOR LEVEL] B [MONI-

ON OFF

FOOT SW.

MIDI OUT/ THRU

DIGITAL OUT IN

AUX SEND 3

MASTER MONITER OUT OUT

MODEL NUMBER DPS16

NOTES :

iTIPS :

CAUTION:

iTIP :

PING-PONG R PING-PONG L

AUX 3 AUX 2

AUX 1 MONITOR R MONITOR L MASTER R MASTER L
PRE/POST SEND1 SEND2 SEND3 x 10 inputs SEND4 TRACK/THRU LEVEL SOLO EFFECT INSERT OFF/ON LEVEL SEND1 PRE/POST SEND2 SEND3 SEND4 MASTER OUT L MASTER OUT R MONITOR LEVEL MONITOR OUT L MONITOR OUT R PHONES PHONES LEVEL AUX SEND 1 AUX SEND 2 AUX SEND 3 AUX SEND 4 FX1 FX2 FX3 FX4 EFFECT BOARD LEVEL EFFECT INSERT OFF/ON SOLO x4 x 16 tracks PAN SOLO PAN EFFECT INSERT OFF/ON

Analog IN 1 - 8

Digital IN L - R

SOURCE ASSIGN

AUTO MONITOR

RECORD

PLAYBACK

HARD DISK

EFFECT INSERT

EFFECT INSERT OFF/ON

Project

Remain

[F1] [F4] [F1] [F3]

[F4] SELECT

[C1] [C6]

[SHUTTLE]

[SHUTTLE] [JOG]
[NUMBER/NAME] [NUMBER/NAME]
[RECORD SELECT] [RECORD SELECT]
__:__:__:__.1 __:__:12:54.3
__:__:__:_1.2 _1:25:43:00.0

__:__:__:12.5

__:__:_1:25.4

[NUMBER/NAME]

A a " B C D E b # c d e F f ' G H g ( h ) I i * J j + K k , L M N O P Q R l m n. / o 0 p 1 q 2 r 3 S s 4 T t 5 U u 6 V W X v 7 w 8 x 9 Y y : Z z ; [ { < | = ] } > ^ _ !

X ? @

$ % &

[CURSOR]

5 &

L M N O P Q R S

(Space)
[C1] [C2] [C3] [C4] [C5] [C6]

EFFECT

EQ SEND Send EQ 1 Freq 4 Pan Level Level

FX 1 FX 2 FX 3 FX 4

MIXER MIXER

[PHANTOM POWER]

[GUITAR/NORMAL]

F6 [ SKIP ]

(inhibit)

iTIP : NOTE :

Status NOT FORMATTED

NOW SELECTED

ATA SCSI ID

[F1] [F4] [F5] [F6]

FORMAT

[F1] FORMAT

[F1] [F6]

Format operation

[F1] CANCEL

[PROJECT]

F5 [NEW]

New project

Resolution

Sampling rate

PHANTOM POWER ON OFF

OVER OVER OVER OVER OVER

INPUT GUITAR NORMAL
LINE MIC LINE MIC LINE MIC LINE MIC LINE MIC LINE MIC LINE MIC LINE MIC

MAIN SCREEN

V.TRACK

PROJECT

WAVEFORM

[RECORD SELECT]

[INPUT TRIM]

00:00:00:00.0

[MEMORY]
[IN] [OUT] [OUT] [INPUT SELECT] [IN] [TRACK SELECT]
PHANTOM POWER ON OFF GUITAR INPUT NORMAL
OVER OVER OVER OVER OVER OVER OVER OVER

F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6

JOG SHUTTLE

A B C D E F G H I J

RECORD SELECT

R L R L

IN-OUT TO FROM UN

Source

[INPUT SELECT]
[TRACK SELECT] [TRACK SELECT]
[TRACK SELECT] [TRACK SELECT] [TRACK SELECT]

Record Track Source

SELECT
[F1] [F4] [F4] [JOG] [F1] [F3]

SOURCE SOURCE

PLAY PLAY

[UNDO]

AUTO PUNCH
[F1] [F4] [F4] SELECT [F1] [F3]

[JOG] [F1] [F3]

[TRACK PAN]

Control

LEVEL PAN BUS CHANNEL ON/OFF SEND ROUTE 1-4 SEND LEVEL 1-4
EQ ON/OFF EQ HIGH FREQ EQ HIGH LEVEL EQ MID FREQ EQ MID LEVEL EQ MID WIDTH EQ LOW FREQ EQ LOW LEVEL

[INPUT SELECT] [MASTER]

[TRACK SELECT]

iTIP : [CURSOR]

[JOG] [SHUTTLE]

ZOOM ZOOM

[FROM]

PROJECT DISK

[FROM] [IN-OUT]

[FROM] [FROM]

[IN-OUT]
[RECORD SELECT] __:__:__:__.1 __:__:__:_1.2 __:__:__:12.3 __:__:_1:23.4 __:__:12:34.0 __:_1:23:40.0 [NUMBER/NAME]

[NUMBER/NAME] [JOG] [SHUTTLE] [JOG] [SHUTTLE]

(no name)

Time TO LIST

[F1] CLOSE

[INPUT SELECT] [IN] [OUT] [TRACK SELECT] [IN] [OUT]
[TRACK SELECT] [IN] [OUT]

[IN] [OUT]

In time

Out time

Length
In time Out time Length COPY

SELECT REPEAT

REHEARS

Foot switch PUNCH IN/OUT

[PATCH]

8 R 4 R

Send1 Bus L

Record Track

[TRACK SELECT] [RECORD SELECT] [TRACK SELECT]
[TRACK SELECT] [RECORD SELECT] [TRACK SELECT] [RECORD SELECT]
[INPUT SELECT] [INPUT SELECT]

[F4] CLEAR

[F6] DEFAULT

OUTPUT

Output

MASTER OUT-L

MONITOR OUT-L R SEND TRACK BUS-L R

Terminal

DEFAULT

[V.TRACK]

Virtual Track
Virtual Track List (unused)

(unused)

DO IT (unused)

[MIXER]

[F1] CONTROL

[F2] CHANNEL

[F3] GLOBAL

[F4] SCENE

8 DL 16

L5 Value

[MASTER]

NOTE : [JOG]

iTIP : NOTE : [JOG]

MASTER L MASTER R

PAN SEND

INSERT

[INPUT SELECT] [TRACK SELECT]

EQ Freq Level Width

[CURSOR] [JOG]

Master Level

Send Master

Effect Return

Master out

Send type

Control via MIDI

OFF Tx mixer changes

OFF Input thru

OUT THRU

SEND CURRENT MIX DATA
STORE (unused) SCENE MEMORY

[F3] DO IT

RECALL

ERASE (unused)

MIXER EFFECT

RETURN

Send Type STEREO

STEREO

GUITAR SOLO1

GUITAR SOLO2

Control BUS

Input 1 BUS L R

FX 1 FX 4
[MAIN SCREEN] [INPUT SELECT] [TRACK SELECT]

[F1] FX 1

[F4] FX 4

[MUTE]

[MUTE] [MAIN SCREEN] [INPUT SELECT] [TRACK SELECT]

DIGI IN

[EDIT]

Select

Now Time

In Out

Repeat times

Now time

Now Time In

Repeat times New length

Repeat

Insert time

New length New length

[MAIN SCREEN]

[F1] [F4]

[F1] [F3]

ON OFF ON

MIDI CLK/MASTER

MTC/MASTER

MTC/SLAVE

INT DIG IN

DIG IN

ABSO ABSO RELA 00:00:00:00.00

00:00:00:00.00

8 DL POST
MAIN SEND Send Effect Return 1 4

TRACK MIX

[RECORD SELECT] [F3]

PLAY PLAY SOURCE

SOURCE

[SETUP]

[F2] BEAT

Now beat

[F4] JUMP

DELETE

[F5] DELETE

[F6] INSERT

[SETUP] [F1] TEMPO

Now tempo

Clock Bar Beat

0001.01.00

[F3] MISC.

Sampling frequency

96kHz 48kHz

44.1kHz

Data resolution

24bit 16bit

iTIP : Data

resolution

SMPTE frame rate

30 29.97 30D

MMC device ID

MIDI out/thru

Absolute time

Offset time

[JOG] NAME]
Offset time Relative time Relative time Absolute time time Offset time Relative time

[NUMBER/

Relative

[JOG] [NUMBER/NAME]

i TIP :

Relative time

TO time

[TO] [JOG]

FROM time

[FROM] [JOG]

Foot switch
PUNCH IN/OUT PLAY STOP UNDO level

[UNDO] [JOG]

Project Used Disk free

Current Project

SELECT Current Project

Target project

Track to write L

Region IN-OUT

Write speed MAX

SLOW(x1)

FAST(x2)

Disc status NOT FINISHED

FINISHED

NO DISC

NOT FINISHED NO DISC Total track Total time Free Write length

Test write ON

Region

IN-OUT

IN-OUT ALL

NOTE : Region

Write length

Test write

[F6] WRITE [F1] CANCEL

CD-R PLAYER

Track No.

Track Time/Elapsed Time

[F2] DISPLAY

Elapsed Time Total track

Track Time

Total time

Track-

Track+ PLAY

STOP EXIT
CD-R Disc status NOT FINISHED

FINISH

DO IT Disc status FINISHED

CD-R ERASE

MORE CD-R ERASE COPY NEW SELECT

RELOAD

BACKUP

Device SCSI

Backup disk ID
Disk operation FULL FORMAT

FAST ERASE

APPEND

Device Destination Disk

Disk Operation FULL FORMAT FAST ERASE APPEND

FULL FORMAT

[F5] DO IT

Write speed

MAX SLOW(x1) FAST(x2) x3 x8

DO IT APPEND FULL FORMAT

Disk Operation
COAXIAL DIGITAL OUT DIGITAL IN
DPS16 MORE BACKUP Device DAT

Approx. time

Sampling rate 32kHz
Sampling rate 48kHz DO IT

MORE Device

Source disk

Current disk ID

Source disk DO IT

Current disk free

NOTE : Current

disk free

COAXIAL DIGITAL IN DIGITAL OUT

MORE Device DAT

[F6] DO IT

[DISK]

ID Status
Status (no device) NOW SELECTED
BACKUP DISK NOT FORMATTED RECORDABLE DISK DPS16

CD-R/RW

CD-ROM Other (inhibit) Product Vender Rev

Self ID

Current Disk Use Free

Disk List

Status (no device)

Status

(no device)

RECORDABLE DISK

Status ABLE DISK NOT FORMATTED FORMAT

NOT FORMATTED

RECORD-

Disk to FORMAT

Format operation FORMAT Format operation ERASE FORMAT ERASE

DISK BUSY

FULL FULL JOIN

Current Disk

Source Disk

Destination Disk

Format operation FORMAT Destination Disk ERASE
Format operation NOT FORMATTED DO IT

ERASE FORMAT

SELECT [F1] [F3]

MTC/MASTER MTC/MASTER

MISC. MIDI out/thru OUT

SYNC/CLOCK

MISC. SMPTE frame rate 30D 30 29.97

SYNC ON

MTC/SLAVE SYNC

00:0:00:00.0 RELA

MISC. MMC device 0 126

MISC. THRU MIDI out/thru

MIDI out/thru OUT

GLOBAL

Tx mixer change
Control via MIDI Tx mixer change OFF
GLOBAL Control via MIDI Tx mixer change

OFF ON

[EFFECT]

OnOff ON OFF

SELECT PING PONG DELAY

[C1] [C6] [F3]

[F6] [F6]

FX1 FX4

CHANNEL

Send 1 POST

Send 1

[C1] [C4]

MASTER L MASTER R EQ LEVEL PAN

4 PRE/POST

SEND1 SEND2 SEND3 SEND4

AUX 1 AUX 2 AUX 3 AUX 4

MONITOROUTL
Effect Return 8 SEND MASTER 7
MONITOROUTR AUX SEND 1 AUX SEND 2 AUX SEND 3 AUX SEND 4

FX1 FX2 FX3 FX4

LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL

CHANNEL Bus ON

Ping Pong BUS L Ping Pong BUS R
TRACK 1 TRACK 2 TRACK 3 TRACK 4 TRACK 5 TRACK 6 TRACK 7 TRACK 8 TRACK 15 TRACK 16

MASTER OUT DIGITAL OUT SEND MASTER
INPUT 1 INPUT TRIM FX 1 COMPRESSOR/LIMITER
INPUT 2 INPUT TRIM FX 2 COMPRESSOR/LIMITER
TRACK 1 TRACK 2 TRACK 3 TRACK 4 TRACK 5 TRACK 6

OnOff [F4] ON OFF

MANUAL Rate1/Rate2

MANUAL

[F4] MANUAL

CtrlNo.

[F3] MANUAL

[F3] MORE BACK

ENHANCER

Slope 10 +10

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4-7-3, Kitayamata, Tsuzuki-ku, Yokohama, Japan
000301-2 APC Printed in Japan

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Subject:

DPS16 MIDI Exclusive Command Set
History Additions and changes 2000/8/23 0x03 Output Assign (Patch) setting (addition #3.6 #4.5) metronome (addition #5.14 #6.13) 2000/8/25 4.1 Remarks and marks correction from 127 to 121 2000/8/30 additional commands for effect insert and effect return 0x01 MIXER level setting (addition/change #3.1 #3.4) 0x04 Effect Insert setting (addition #3.7 #4.6) 2000/9/13 0x21 CHANNEL/BUS SWITCH setting (addition #3.9/correction #3.9) 3.13 thru mix setting (correction) additional commands for SOLO/MUTE setting in mixer command 0x24 3.12 SOLO/MUTE setting 0x24 (addition) 4.11 SOLO/MUTE setting 0x24 (addition) 2000/11/21 additional sub commands for sampling bits setting and Sync on/off 5.8 sampling bits setting 0x31 (addition) 5.18 SYNC ON/OFF setting 0x5e (addition) 6.7 sampling bits setting 0x31 (addition) 6.17 SYNC ON/OFF setting 0x5e (addition) The latest DPS16 MIDI Exclusive Command Set as of 21st November, 2000. 1. GENERAL 1.1 DESCRIPTION the numerical value : C language style
1.2 MIDI EXCLUSIVE COMMAND 0xF0 0x47 id ff 0x5A : 0xF7 System Exclusive Status number AKAI System Exclusive Manufacturer ID number device ID function code DR4d/DPS12/DPS16 Product number EOX:"End of System Exclusive" flag
2. FUNCTION CODE 2.1 FUNCTION CODE LIST
IN/OUT I I * I * I I I * I I * I * I * I/O * I I/O
ff 0x07 0x08 0x09 0x0A 0x0E 0x0F 0x10 0x51 0x52 0x7A 0x7B 0x7C 0x7D
Remarks LOCAL KEY LOCK LOCAL KEY UNLOCK FADER LOCK FADER UNLOCK MTC MODE MIDI CLOCK MODE TRANSPORT TEMPO MAP SETTING TEMPO MAP REQUEST MIXER DATA REQUEST MIXER DATA SETTING OTHER DATA REQUEST OTHER DATA SETTING
*:DPS12/DPS16 additional command 2.2 LOCAL KEY LOCK The keys and the foot switch are locked (disabled). The faders and pans are not affected.
0xF0 0x47 id 0x07 0x5A 0xF7
System Exclusive Status number AKAI System Exclusive Manufacturer ID number device ID function code DR4d/DPS12/DPS16 Product number EOX:"End of System Exclusive" flag
2.3 LOCAL KEY UNLOCK The keys and the foot switch are unlocked (enabled). The faders and pans are not affected.
0xF0 0x47 id 0x08 0x5A 0xF7
2.4 FADER LOCK The faders and pans are locked (disabled). The keys and the foot switch are not affected.
0xF0 0x47 id 0x09 0x5A 0xF7
2.5 FADER UNLOCK The faders and pans are unlocked (enabled). The keys and the foot switch are not affected. 0xF0 0x47 id 0x0A 0x5A 0xF7 System Exclusive Status number AKAI System Exclusive Manufacturer ID number device ID function code DR4d/DPS12/DPS16 Product number EOX:"End of System Exclusive" flag
2.6 MTC MODE SYNC ON with MTC Playback function etc. is stopped. cancelled. 0xF0 0x47 id 0x0E 0x5A 0xF7
Other sync modes (incl.MIDI CLOCK) are
2.7 MIDI CLOCK MODE SYNC ON with MIDI Clock Playback function etc. is stopped.
Other sync modes (incl.MTC) are cancelled.
0xF0 0x47 id 0x0F 0x5A 0xF7

2.8 TRANSPORT

Operate the transport function 0xF0 0x47 id 0x10 0x5A tc 0xF7 System Exclusive Status number AKAI System Exclusive Manufacturer ID number device ID function code DR4d/DPS12/DPS16 Product number transport code EOX:"End of System Exclusive" flag
2.8.1 transport code They function the same as when the function key of the same name is pressed, except for NREW and NFF. tc function 0x00 STOP 0x03 REW 0x04 FF 0x05 TO 0x06 FROM 0x07 IN-OUT 0x08 REC 0x09 PLAY 0x0A NREW 0x0B NFF STOP It stops. REW From stop mode, it works as fast rewind. During fast rewind, it works as faster rewind. During playback, it works as reviewing. This continues until NREW is received. (0x0A). FF From stop mode, it works as fast forward. During playback, it works as cueing. This continues until NFF is received. (0x0B). TO It works as "To Play". FROM It works as "From Play". IN-OUT It works as "IN-OUT Play". REC It works as "REC+Play" which means recording. During playback, it works as punch in. PLAY

It works as "Play". During the recording, it works as punch out. However, it does not go into REC, even when REC key is pressed. If the setting is REPEAT ON/OFF,AUTO PUNCH ON/OFF, it works as you have set. NREW During the review mode, it turns into "Play mode". Ignored in all other cases. NFF During the cue mode, it turns into "Play mode". Ignored in all other cases.
2.9 TEMPO MAP SETTING Sending this overwrites Tempo Map and Beat Table 0xF0 0x47 id 0x51 0x5A System Exclusive Status number AKAI System Exclusive Manufacturer ID number device ID function code DR4d/DPS12/DPS16 Product number the number of 5 byte coded Tempo maps the number of 5 byte coded Beat tables Checksum 1 Tempo Data : Beat Data : Checksum byte coded EOX:"End of System Exclusive" flag
The maximum number of tempo map is 200. the maximum number of beat table is 20. If it exceeds the maximum, the exceeded data will be discarded. Checksum 1 is lower 7 bit of the data bytes which is the sum of the number of tempo map and the number of beat table. b7 is set to 0. Tempo data is sent in reference to internal MIDI clock, 4 byte tempo code data is 5 byte coded. It will send the number of times as Tempo map. The table below is sent. | |-----------------------------------| | Internal MIDI clock (4 byte) |-----------------------------------| | Tempo code (4 byte) |-----------------------------------| | The next internal MIDI clock |-----------------------------------| | The next tempo code |-----------------------------------| | | | | |
| : Beat Data is sent as 4 bytes long word 5 byte coded which you set the number of bar in the MS bytes of word and set the code of bar in the LS bytes of word. It should be sent the same number of times as beat table. The table below is sent. | | |-----------------------------------| | bar number (2 byte)) | |-----------------------------------| | bar code (2 byte) | |-----------------------------------| | The next bar number (2 byte) | |-----------------------------------| | The next bar code (2 byte) | |-----------------------------------| | : | : The checksum 2 is sent by 5 byte coded with the sum of long word before the 5 byte coded. Internal MIDI clock is 0001.01.00 = 0 It starts from this number of clock. a quarter note (crotchet) = 96 clock. at 4/4 beats 1 beat is 96 clock. Tempo code is 10 times from that point. It means 120.0 is 1200 (by 16 decimal, it is 0x4b0). Bar number is 0001.01.00 = 0. It starts from this number of bar. Bar code is 7- 5 bit = beat code, 4 - 0 bit = (1 bar beat -1). Beat code is 0 = n/4, 1 = n/8, 2 = n/16, 3 = n/32. For example, 4/4 beats is 0x03.

3.7 Effect Insert setting 0x04 Channel no. is valid only for TRACK and INPUT. When 0 is set to channel no., it becomes insert off. The multiple channels can be set when you repeat sending kind no. and channel no. nn included nn) number of bytes : number of bytes from 'mc' to end of data (not

mc dd0 dd1

mixer command : 0x04 kind no. : 0 kkkkkkk kkkkkkk : kind no. 1=AUX SEND-A 2=B 3=C 4=D channel no. : 0 ccccccc ccccccc : channel no. 0=OFF,1-26=TRACK or INPUT

3.8 MIXER EQ setting

Channel no. is valid only for TRACK and INPUT. Invalid channel no. and invalid EQ band no. are disregarded. Width is ignored when EQ band no. is LOW and HIGH. The multiple channels can be set when you repeat sending blocks of bytes from the channel no. to the rest. It is possible to set it even EQ switch is OFF. When the data is not valid, level is regarded as 0 and others are ignored.
nn mc dd0 dd1 dd2 dd3 dd4 dd5 dd6 dd7
number of bytes : byte count from 'mc' to end of data (nn not included) mixer command : 0x11 EQ band no. : 0 kkkkkkk kkkkkkk : EQ band no. 0=LOW 1=MID 2=HIGH channel no. : 0 ccccccc ccccccc : channel no.(1-26) level : 0 lllllll lllllll : level code reserved : 0 freq : 0 fffffff fffffff : freq code reserved : 0 width : 0 wwwwwww (valid only when EQ band no. is 1) wwwwwww : width code reserved : 0
3.9 CHANNEL/BUS SWITCH setting 0x21 At the time of insufficient data, the channels with invalid value are set to OFF. The channel no.27-30 are effective only when the bus no. sets 1.

nn mc dd0 dd1

number of bytes : 2-7 mixer command : 0x21 bus no. : 0=channel on/off 1=BUS on/off bit map : 0 gf 00000 f = channel 1 switch 0=OFF 1=ON g = channel 2 switch 0=OFF 1=ON bit map : 0 nmlkjih h = channel 3 switch 0=OFF 1=ON
i = channel 4 switch 0=OFF 1=ON j = channel 5 switch 0=OFF 1=ON k = channel 6 switch 0=OFF 1=ON l = channel 7 switch 0=OFF 1=ON m = channel 8 switch 0=OFF 1=ON n = channel 9 switch 0=OFF 1=ON bit map : channel 10-16 bit map : channel 17-23 bit map : channel 24-30 correction000913

3.10 EQ SWITCH setting

At the time of insufficient data, the channels with invalid value are set to OFF. nn mc dd0 dd1 number of bytes : 2-7 mixer command : 0x22 EQ no. : 0 bit map : 0 gf 00000 f = channel 1 switch 0=OFF 1=ON g = channel 2 switch 0=OFF 1=ON bit map : 0 nmlkjih h = channel 3 switch 0=OFF 1=ON i = channel 4 switch 0=OFF 1=ON j = channel 5 switch 0=OFF 1=ON k = channel 6 switch 0=OFF 1=ON l = channel 7 switch 0=OFF 1=ON m = channel 8 switch 0=OFF 1=ON j = channel 5 switch 0=POST 1=PRE k = channel 6 switch 0=POST 1=PRE l = channel 7 switch 0=POST 1=PRE m = channel 8 switch 0=POST 1=PRE n = channel 9 switch 0=POST 1=PRE bit map : channel 10-16 bit map : channel 17-23 bit map : channel 24-26 add000913

3.12 SOLO/MUTE setting 0x24 n = channel 9 switch 0=OFF 1=ON dd3 bit map : channel 10-16 dd4 bit map : channel 17-23 dd5 bit map : channel 24-26 3.11 AUX PRE/POST setting 0x23
At the time of insufficient data, the channels with invalid value are set to POST.
number of bytes : 2-7 mixer command : 0x23 kind no. : 1=AUX SEND-A on/off (only mono aux mode) 2=AUX SEND-B on/off (only mono aux mode) 1=AUX A/B on/off (only stereo aux mode) 3=AUX SEND-C on/off (only mono aux mode) 4=AUX SEND-D on/off (only mono aux mode) 3=AUX C/D on/off (only stereo aux mode) dd1 bit map : 0 gf 00000 f = channel 1 switch 0=POST 1=PRE g = channel 2 switch 0=POST 1=PRE dd2 bit map : 0 nmlkjih h = channel 3 switch 0=POST 1=PRE i = channel 4 switch 0=POST 1=PRE At the time of insufficient data, the channels with invalid value are set to OFF. The channel27-30 are corresponding to Fx return 1-4. nn mc dd0 number of bytes : 2-7 mixer command : 0x24 SOLO/MUTE flag : 000000 s o s = solomute flag 0=SOLO 1=MUTE o = on/off 0=OFF 1=ON bit map : 0 gf 00000 f = channel no.1 switch 0=OFF 1=ON g = channel no.2 switch 0=OFF 1=ON bit map : 0 nmlkjih h = channel no.3 switch 0=OFF 1=ON i = channel no.4 switch 0=OFF 1=ON j = channel no.5 switch 0=OFF 1=ON k = channel no.6 switch 0=OFF 1=ON l = channel no.7 switch 0=OFF 1=ON m = channel no.8 switch 0=OFF 1=ON n = channel no.9 switch 0=OFF 1=ON bit map : channel no.10-16 bit map : channel no.17-23 bit map : channel no.24-30 0x31

nn mc dd0

dd3 dd4 dd5 3.13 thru mix setting
At the time of insufficient data, the channels with invalid value are set to SOURCE ASSIGN. nn mc dd0 dd1 number of bytes : 2-5 mixer command : 0x31 correction000913 kind no. :0 bit map : 0 gf 00000 f = input 1 switch 0=SOURCE ASSIGN 1=THRU MIX g = input 2 switch 0=SOURCE ASSIGN 1=THRU MIX
bit map : 0 nmlkjih h = input 3 switch 0=SOURCE ASSIGN 1=THRU MIX i = input 4 switch 0=SOURCE ASSIGN 1=THRU MIX j = input 5 switch 0=SOURCE ASSIGN 1=THRU MIX k = input 6 switch 0=SOURCE ASSIGN 1=THRU MIX l = input 7 switch 0=SOURCE ASSIGN 1=THRU MIX m = input 8 switch 0=SOURCE ASSIGN 1=THRU MIX n = input 9 switch 0=SOURCE ASSIGN 1=THRU MIX bit map : 0000000 o o = input 10 switch 0=SOURCE ASSIGN 1=THRU MIX 0x61

3.14 Effect Type

Set Effect Type. Refer to Appendix B for the Effect Type no. The multiple Effect Types can be set when you repeat sending blocks of effect no. and Effect Type no. nn mc dd0 dd1
number of bytes : byte count from 'mc' to end of data (nn not included) mixer command : 0x61 effect no. : 0-3 Effect Type no.: 0-51
3.15 Effect Parameter 0x62 Change Effect Parameter. Effect parameter no. are different by the selected Effect Types. Refer to Appendix B for the details. Data is also different among Effect Types and parameter no. Refer to Appendix B for the details. The multiple effect parameters can be set when you repeat sending blocks of bytes from the effect parameter no. to MSB 7bits data. nn mc dd0 dd1 dd2 dd3 3.16 Effect ON/OFF number of bytes : byte count from 'mc' to end of data (nn not included) mixer command : 0x62 effect no. : 0-3 effect parameter no. : 0-10 LSB 7bits data MSB 7bits data 0x63

4.2 NOP

No operation. When you find invalid MIXER command in "MIXER DATA REQUEST", it is used as returning command. nn mc number of bytes : 0x01 mixer command : 0x00 0x01

4.3 MIXER level setting

It disregards invalid channel no. When invalid kind no. is received, the data without dd1 onword is returned. At MONO AUX mode AUX SEND-A or AUX SEND-B is set, then pan is 0. The multiple channels can be requested when you repeat the channel no.
level & pan nn number of bytes : byte count from 'mc' to end of data (nn not included) mc mixer command : 0x01 dd0 kind no. : 0 kkkkkkk kkkkkkk : kind no. 0=level & pan dd1 channel no. : 0 ccccccc ccccccc : channel no.(0-30) AUX SEND at MONO AUX mode nn number of bytes : byte count from 'mc' to end of data (nn not included) mc mixer command : 0x01 dd0 kind no. : 0 kkkkkkk kkkkkkk : kind no. 1=AUX SEND-A 2=B 3=C 4=D dd1 channel no. : 0 ccccccc ccccccc : channel no.(0-26) AUX SEND at STEREO AUX mode nn number of bytes : byte count from 'mc' to end of data (nn not included) mc mixer command : 0x01 dd0 kind no. : 0 kkkkkkk kkkkkkk : kind no. 1=AUX SEND A/B 3=AUX SEND C/D dd1 channel no. : 0 ccccccc ccccccc : channel no.(0-26) 4.4 Input Assign (Patch) setting 0x02
Channel no. is valid only for TRACK 1-16. Invalid channel no. is disregarded. The multiple channels can be requested when you repeat the channel no. dd0 must be 0. When it is not 0, the data without dd1 onword is returned. nn mc dd0 dd1 number of bytes : byte count from 'mc' to end of data (nn not included) mixer command : 0x02 reserved : 0 channel no. : 0 ccccccc ccccccc : channel no.(1-16)
4.5 Output Assign(Patch) setting 0x03 It ignores invalid out port no. The multiple channels can be requested when you repeat the out port no. nn mc number of bytes : number of bytes from 'mc' to end of data (not included nn) mixer command : 0x03
reserved : 0 out port no. : 0 ccccccc ccccccc : out port no.(0-7) 0=MASTER-L 1=MASTER-R 2=MONITOR-L 3=MONITOR-R 4=SEND OUT-A 5=SEND OUT-B 6=SEND OUT-C 7=SEND OUT-D
4.6 Effect Insert setting 0x04 Channel no. is valid only for TRACK and INPUT. It disregards invalid channel no. The multiple channels can be requested when you repeat the kind no. 4.7 MIXER EQ setting 0x11
Channel no. is valid only for TRACK and INPUT. Invalid channel no. are disregarded. When invalid EQ band no. is received, the data without dd1 onword is returned. The multiple channels can be requested when you repeat the channel no. It is possible to receive the setting value even EQ switch is OFF.
number of bytes : byte count from 'mc' to end of data (nn not included) mixer command : 0x11 EQ band no. : 0 kkkkkkk kkkkkkk : EQ band no. 0=LOW 1=MID 2=HIGH channel no. : 0 ccccccc ccccccc : channel no.(1-26)

4.8 CHANNEL/BUS SWITCH setting 0x21 At the MIXER DATA REQUEST command, it sends form number of bytes to bus no.
number of bytes : 2 mixer command : 0x21 bus no. : 0=channel on/off 0x22

1=BUS on/off

4.9 EQ SWITCH setting
EQ no must be set to 0. When invalid EQ no. is received, the data without dd1 onword is returned. nn mc dd0 number of bytes : 2 mixer command : 0x22 EQ no. : 0
4.10 AUX PRE/POST setting
When invalid kind no. is received, the data without dd1 onword is returned. nn mc dd0 number of bytes : 2 mixer command : 0x23 kind no. : 1=AUX SEND-A on/off (only mono aux mode) 2=AUX SEND-B on/off (only mono aux mode) 1=AUX A/B on/off (only stereo aux mode) 3=AUX SEND-C on/off (only mono aux mode) 4=AUX SEND-D on/off (only mono aux mode) 3=AUX C/D on/off (only stereo aux mode) 0x24 add000913
4.11 SOLO/MUTE setting nn mc dd0
number of bytes : 2 mixer command : 0x24 SOLO/MUTE flag : 000000 s 0 s = solomute flag 0=SOLO 1=MUTE 0x31

4.12 thru mix setting

When invalid kind no. is received, the data without dd1 onword is returned. nn mc dd0 number of bytes : 2 mixer command : 0x31 kind no. : 0 0x61

4.13 Effect Type

Request Effect Type. Refer to Appendix B for the Effect Type no. The multiple Effect Types can be requested when you repeat the effect no. nn mc dd0 number of bytes : byte count from 'mc' to end of data (nn not included) mixer command : 0x61 effect no. : 0-3
4.14 Effect Parameter 0x62 Effect parameter no. is different by the selected Effect Types. Refer to Appendix B for the details. The multiple effect parameter data can be requested when you repeat the effect parameter no. nn number of bytes : byte count from 'mc' to end of data (nn not included) mc mixer command : 0x62 dd0 effect no. : 0-3 dd1 effect parameter no. : 0-10

4.15 Effect ON/OFF

The multiple effect ON/OFF data can be requested when you repeat the effect no. nn number of bytes : byte count from 'mc' to end of data (nn not included) mc mixer command : 0x63 dd0 effect no. : 0-3

4.16 EQ setting

It is valid only for DPS12. However, when you send the requests, DPS16 returns EQ type = 0 (=3BAND EQ). This is due to keeping the compatibility with DPS12. nn number of bytes : 0x01 mc mixer command : 0x71 4.17 AUX type setting nn mc 0x72
number of bytes : 0x01 mixer command : 0x72
4.18 extra bus setting 0x73 It is valid only for DPS12. However, when you send the requests, DPS16 returns extra bus = 1 (=ON). This is due to keeping the compatibility with DPS12. nn number of bytes : 0x01 mc mixer command : 0x73 4.19 control via MIDI setting nn mc 0x74

number of bytes : 0x01 mixer command : 0x74 0x75
4.20 master out setting nn mc
number of bytes : 0x01 mixer command : 0x75 0x76
4.21 virtual track name nn mc dd0 dd1
number of bytes : 0x03 mixer command : 0x76 virtual track no.: 0000 tttt tttt = virtual track no. b7-b4 virtual track no.: 0000 tttt tttt = virtual track no. b3-b0
5. sub command for OTHER DATA SETTING 5.1 Special remarks and marks These sub commands are used in "OTHER DATA SETTING". The main marks are indicated below. FS time "FS time" is 4 bytes value. "FS time" is the number of samples. The start of 'absolute FS time' is at 0 hour 0 minute 0 second 0 frame. The end of 'absolute FS time' is 23 hours 59 minutes 59 seconds 29.9 frames. The value of this time depends on the sampling rate setting(32KHz,44.1KHz, 48KHz or 96KHz) and frame rate(24,25,30,29.97 or 30DF). If 'relative' is not displayed, "FS time" is 'absolute FS time'. 5.2 sub command list 0x00 0x11 0x1f 0x23 0x30 0x31 0x32 0x34 0x35 0x36 0x38 0x39 0x3c 0x3b 0x3d 0x5e 0x5f 0x60 0x61 0x62 0x63 5.3 NOP NOP LOCATE virtual track setting IN,OUT memory setting sampling rate code setting sampling bits setting Monitor in play setting rehearsal setting auto punch setting repeat setting vari pitch switch setting vari pitch frequency code setting counter type setting metronome setting relative offset setting sync on/off setting sync type setting to/from time setting MIDI out/thru setting METER setting METER DATA (only when DPS16 sends the data) 0x00
No operation. When the code is invalid at sub command in "OTHER DATA REQUEST", NOP code is returned. nn sc 5.4 LOCATE number of bytes : 0x01 sub command : 0x00 0x11
If DPS16 is not in 'STOP' state, DPS16 goes into 'STOP' state first and then locate to the designated time. nn sc dd0 dd1 dd2 dd3 dd4 number of bytes : 0x06 sub command : 0x11 FS: 0 fffffff fffffff = FS (b31-25) FS: 0 fffffff fffffff = FS (b24-18) FS: 0 fffffff fffffff = FS (b17-11) FS: 0 fffffff fffffff = FS (b10-4) FS: 0000 ffff ffff = FS (b3-0) 0x1f
5.5 virtual track setting
Change virtual track allocating to each channel. Virtual track no. of 0 - 249 are valid. When other channels and virtual track no. are the same, it ignores.
nn sc dd0 dd1 dd2 dd3 dd4
number of bytes : 0x06 sub command : 0x1f channel no.: 0 ccccccc ccccccc= channel no.(0-15) reserved: 00000000 reserved: 00000000 virtual track no.: 0000 tttt tttt = virtual track no. (b7-4) virtual track no.: 0000 tttt tttt = virtual track no. (b3-0) 0x23
5.6 IN,OUT memory setting nn sc dd0 dd1 dd2 dd3 dd4 dd5

number of bytes : 0x0b sub command : 0x23 IN: 0 fffffff fffffff= IN FS (b31-25) IN: 0 fffffff fffffff= IN FS (b24-18) IN: 0 fffffff fffffff= IN FS (b17-11) IN: 0 fffffff fffffff= IN FS (b10-4) OUT: 0 fffffff fffffff= OUT FS (b31-25) OUT: 0 fffffff fffffff= OUT FS (b24-18)

dd6 dd7 dd8 dd9

OUT: 0 fffffff fffffff= OUT FS (b17-11) OUT: 0 fffffff fffffff= OUT FS (b10-4) IN: 0000 ffff ffff= IN FS (b3-0) OUT: 0000 ffff ffff= OUT FS (b3-0) 0x30
5.7 sampling rate code setting
If DPS16 is not in 'STOP' state, DPS16 ignores this command. nn number of bytes : 0x02 sc sub command : 0x30 dd0 FS code: 0 ccccccc ccccccc : 0=32KHz, 1=44.1KHz, 2=48KHz, 3=96KHz 5.8 sampling bits setting 0x31
If DPS16 is not in STOP state, DPS16 ignores this command. It is for transmitting the DPS16 command, and even DPS16 receive this command, It ignores it. It is not possible to change the sampling bit by MIDI command. nn number of bytes : 0x02 sc sub command : 0x31 dd0 sampling bits : 0 bbbbbbb bbbbbbb : 16=16bit, 24=24bit 5.9 Monitor in play setting 0x32
If DPS16 is not in 'STOP', 'normal PLAY' or 'REPEAT PLAY' state, DPS16 ignore this command. nn number of bytes : 0x02 sc sub command : 0x32 dd0 auto monitor flag: 0 aaaaaa aaaaaaa : auto monitor flag 0=REC SOURCE, 1=PLAY BACK 5.10 rehearsal setting 0x34
If DPS16 is not in 'STOP' state, DPS16 ignores this command. nn number of bytes : 0x02 sc sub command : 0x34 dd0 rehearsal flag : 0000000 r r : rehearsal flag 0=OFF, 1=ON 5.11 auto punch setting 0x35
If DPS16 is not in 'STOP' state, DPS16 ignores this command. nn number of bytes : 0x02 sc sub command : 0x35 dd0 auto punch flag : 0000000 a
a : auto punch flag 0=OFF, 1=ON 5.12 repeat setting 0x36
If DPS16 is not in 'STOP' state, DPS16 ignores this command. nn number of bytes : 0x02 sc sub command : 0x36 dd0 repeat flag : 0000000 r r : repeat flag 0=OFF, 1=ON 5.13 vari pitch switch setting 0x38
If DPS16 is not in 'STOP' state, DPS16 ignores this command. nn number of bytes : 0x02 sc sub command : 0x38 dd0 vari pitch flag : 0000000 v v : vari pitch flag 0=OFF, 1=ON 5.14 vari pitch frequency code setting 0x39 vari pitch code is going to be set depending on the setting of sampling rate fs (kHz) as shown below. vari pitch code = 12042-225792/fs vari pitch code is 4516-7526 within the sampling rate 30.0kHz - 50.0kHz vari pitch code is 8279-9784 within the sampling rate 60.0kHz - 100.0kHz If DPS16 is not in 'STOP' state, DPS16 ignores this command. examples; sampling frequency = 30KHz sampling frequency = 44.1KHz sampling frequency = 50KHz sampling frequency = 60KHz sampling frequency = 96KHz nn sc dd0 dd1

5.20 to/from time setting
The unit of the to/from time is second. When the value is out of range, the value is clipped to the miximum or minimum value. If DPS16 is not in 'STOP' state, DPS16 ignores this command.

nn sc dd0 dd1

number of bytes : 0x03 sub command : 0x60 to time : 1-10 from time : 1-10
5.21 MIDI thru/out setting 0x61 If DPS16 is not in 'STOP' state, DPS16 ignores this command. nn sc dd0 number of bytes : 0x02 sub command : 0x61 thru/out : 0000000 s s : thru/out 0=THRU 1=OUT
5.22 METER setting 0x62 The unit of 'repeat time' is 0.1 second. But the actual repeat time of DPS16 is the multiple (Integer) of about 15.97ms. If 'repeat time' set 0, DPS16 will not send the 'METER DATA. CHANNEL/SEND is for setting the sending level meter data to CHANNEL or SEND. If CHANNEL/SEND is changed, the display of DPS16 is changed too. nn sc dd0 dd1 number of bytes : 3 sub command : 0x62 tick : 0 ddddddd ddddddd = repeat time CHANNEL/SEND : 000000 t t=CHANNEL/SEND 0=CHANNEL 1=SEND 0x63

5.23 METER DATA

This command is only sent by DPS16. If DPS16 receives this command, DPS16 ignores it. 'current FS' is the current absolute FS time. 'level data' is the upper 7bits of the absolute value of linear sound data. The value of 'level data' is linear. The range of 'level data' is 0x00 to 0x7f. (0x7f is maximum). at CHANNEL LEVEL nn number of bytes : 34 sc sub command : 0x62 dd0 current FS: 0 fffffff fffffff= FS(b31-25) dd1 current FS: 0 fffffff fffffff= FS(b24-18) dd2 current FS: 0 fffffff fffffff= FS(b17-11) dd3 current FS: 0 fffffff fffffff= FS(b10-4)
dd4 dd5 dd6 dd20 dd21 dd28 dd29 dd30 dd31 dd32
current FS: 0000 ffff ffff= FS(b3-0) channel 1 level data channel 2 level data : channel 16 level data input 1 level data : input 8 level data input DIG-L level data input DIG-R level data master L level data master R level data
at SEND LEVEL nn number of bytes : 34 sc sub command : 0x62 dd0 current FS: 0 fffffff fffffff= FS(b31-25) dd1 current FS: 0 fffffff fffffff= FS(b24-18) dd2 current FS: 0 fffffff fffffff= FS(b17-11) dd3 current FS: 0 fffffff fffffff= FS(b10-4) dd4 current FS: 0000 ffff ffff= FS(b3-0) dd5 AUX SEND-A level data dd6 AUX SEND-B level data dd7 AUX SEND-C level data dd8 AUX SEND-D level data dd9 AUX RETURN-A L level data dd10 AUX RETURN-A R level data : dd15 AUX RETURN-D L level data dd16 AUX RETURN-D R level data dd17 BUS L level data dd18 BUS R level data dd19 reserved dd20 reserved dd21 input 1 level data : dd28 input 8 level data dd29 input DIG-L level data dd30 input DIG-R level data dd31 master L level data dd32 master R level data

|parameter | |Init |MIDI ch |Ctrl No.

| | | |Width

|parameter | |Trigger |Thresh |Width
DELAY>MONO TYPE No.=15 parameter No. Balance 0 Delay 1 Fdback 2 HFDamp 3 DELAY>PING PONG TYPE No.=16 parameter No. Balance 0 Delay 1 Fdback 2 HFDamp 3

|parameter | |pan | |

DELAY>PAN TYPE No.=17 parameter Balance Delay Fdback HFDamp
|parameter | |Mode |Width |
DELAY>STEREO TYPE No.=18 parameter No. Balance 0 LDelay 1 Fdback 2 HFDamp 3 DELAY>XOVER TYPE No.=19 parameter No. Balance 0 LDelay 1 Fdback 2 HFDamp 3 TAPE ECHO TYPE No.=20 parameter Balance Head1 Head2 Head3
|parameter | |RDelay |Fdback |HFdamp
|parameter | |RDelay |Width |
|parameter | |Fdback |HFDamp |Pan
REVERB>SMALL ROOM TYPE No.=21 parameter No. |parameter Balance 0 | Pre-D 1 |HFDamp Time 2 | Diff 3 |Width REVERB>BIG ROOM TYPE No.=22 parameter No. Balance 0 Pre-D 1 Time 2 Diff 3
|parameter | |HFDamp | |Width

REVERB>SMALL HALL

TYPE No.=23 parameter Balance Pre-D Tiem Diff
REVERB>BIG HALL TYPE No.=24 parameter No. Balance 0 Pre-D 1 Time 2 Diff 3
REVERB>NON LINEAR TYPE No.=25 parameter No. |parameter Balance 0 | Pre-D 1 | Hold 2 | Diff 3 |Width REVERB>REVERSE TYPE No.=26 parameter No. Balance 0 Pre-D 1 Time 2 Diff 3

|parameter | | | |Width

COMPRESSOR/LIMITTER TYPE No.=27 parameter No. |parameter Link 0 | Thresh 1 |Attack Ratio 2 |Release Output 3 |
COMP MORE (COMPRESSOR/LIMITTER SUB MENU) TYPE No.=27 (same as COMPRESSOR/LIMITTER) parameter No. |parameter No. Link 0 | Detect 6 |Thresh 7 |Release 8 EXPANDER TYPE No.=28 parameter Link
Thresh Ratio Output NOISE GATE TYPE No.=29 parameter Link Thresh Key Output DIGITAL EQ TYPE No.=30 parameter EQ1 Freq1 EQ2 Freq2 EQ3 Freq3 Output

|Attack |Release |Hold

|parameter | |Attack |Release |Hold

No. 3 10

|parameter |Gain1 |Gain2 |Gain3

|parameter |Q1 |Q2 |Q3

WAH>AUTOWAH TYPE No.=31 parameter No. Rate 1 Depth 2 Reso 3 WAH>TOUCH WAH TYPE No.=32 parameter No. Thresh 1 Depth 2 Reso 3 CHORUS>DELAY TYPE No.=33 parameter No. Balance 0 Rate 1 Depth 2 Fdback 3 FLANGER>DELAY TYPE No.=34 parameter No. Balance 0 Rate 1 Depth 2 Fdback 3

Delay , LDelay , RDelay 1ms - 1500ms (1step) 0-1499 DELAY>MONO, DELAY>STEREO, DELAY>XOVER, DELAY>PING PONG, DELAY>PAN, CHORUS>DELAY, FLANGER>DELAY, PHASER>DELAY Delay DELAY>MULTI TAP 0-127 0-127
Depth, Depth1, Depth2 0-127 0-127 CHORUS>MONO, CHORUS>STEREO, CHORUS>XOVER, FLANGER>MONO, FLANGER>STEREO, FLANGER>XOVER, FLANGER>PAN, PHASER>MONO, PHASER>STEREO, PHASER>XOVER, PHASER>PAN, WAH>AUTOWAH, WAH>TOUCH WAH, CHORUS>DELAY, FLANGER>DELAY, PHASER>DELAY, DISTORTION Depth DISTORTION 0-31 0-31
Detect PEAK, RMS COMPRESSOR/LIMITER (more) Diff

PEAK=0, RMS=1

0-127 0-127 REVERB>SMALL ROOM, REVERB>MEDIUM ROOM, REVERB>BIG ROOM, REVERB>SMALL HALL, REVERB>MEDIUM HALL, REVERB>BIG HALL, REVERB>BRIGHT HALL, REVERB>PLATE 1, REVERB>PLATE 2, REVERB>VOCAL PLATE, REVERB>DRUM BOOTH, REVERB>STUDIO, REVERB>LIVE HOUSE, REVERB>THEATER, REVERB>AUDITORIUM, REVERB>WAREHOUSE, REVERB>NON-LINEAR, REVERB>REVERSE 0-30dB 0-30
Drive ENHANCER EQ DIGITAL EQ (more)

OFF, ON

OFF=0, ON=1
EQ freq DISTORTION EQ gain DISTORTION F DIGITAL EQ

-15 - +15

20Hz - 20KHz (log)
FB Inv OFF, ON OFF=0, ON=1 FLANGER>MONO, FLANGER>STEREO, FLANGER>XOVER, FLANGER>PAN Fdback 0-127 0-127 CHORUS>MONO, CHORUS>STEREO, CHORUS>XOVER, FLANGER>MONO, FLANGER>STEREO, FLANGER>XOVER, FLANGER>PAN, PHASER>MONO, PHASER>STEREO, PHASER>XOVER, PHASER>PAN, PITCH SHIFT, DELAY>MONO, DELAY>STEREO, DELAY>XOVER, DELAY>PING PONG, DELAY>PAN, TAPE ECHO, CHORUS>DELAY, FLANGER>DELAY, PHASER>DELAY, DELAY>MULTI TAP G DIGITAL EQ Harm ENHANCER Head1, Head2, Head3 TAPE ECHO 0-127 0-127 -18dB - +18dB (1step) 0-37

1ms - 1500ms (1step)

0-1499
HFdamp 20Hz-20KHz 0-127 DELAY>MONO, DELAY>STEREO, DELAY>XOVER, DELAY>PING PONG, DELAY>PAN, TAPE ECHO, REVERB>SMALL ROOM, REVERB>MEDIUM ROOM, REVERB>BIG ROOM, REVERB>SMALL HALL, REVERB>MEDIUM HALL, REVERB>BIG HALL, REVERB>BRIGHT HALL, REVERB>PLATE 1, REVERB>PLATE 2, REVERB>VOCAL PLATE, REVERB>DRUM BOOTH, REVERB>STUDIO, REVERB>LIVE HOUSE, REVERB>THEATER, REVERB>AUDITORIUM, REVERB>WAREHOUSE

Hold 0-127 REVERB>NON-LINEAR, EXPANDER, NOISE GATE Key NOISE GATE Key PITCH CORRECTOR Init ROTARY SPEAKER R1, R2 AUX-A, AUX-B

AUX-A=0, AUX-B=1

C, C#, D, D#, E, F, F#, G, G#, A, A#, B

R1=0, R2=1

Left (left side) PITCH SHIFT Left (right side) PITCH SHIFT Link

-12 - +12

OFF,ON OFF=0, ON=1 COMPRESSOR/LIMITTER, EXPANDER, NOISE GATE OFF,1-16 0-16

MIDI ch ROTARY SPEAKER

Mode (1) Pan, L>R, R>L PAN>AUTO PAN, PAN>TRIGGER PAN Mode (2) DELAY>PAN LCR,RCL
Pan=0, L>R=1, R>L=2

LCR=0, RCL=1

Near 0-127 0-127 REVERB>MEDIUM ROOM, REVERB>MEDIUM HALL, REVERB>BRIGHT HALL, REVERB>PLATE 1, REVERB>PLATE 2, REVERB>VOCAL PLATE, REVERB>DRUM BOOTH, REVERB>STUDIO, REVERB>LIVE HOUSE, REVERB>THEATER, REVERB>AUDITORIUM, REVERB>WAREHOUSE Output -24dB - +24dB (1step) 0-48 COMPRESSOR/LIMITER, EXPANDER, NOISE GATE, DIGITAL EQ (more) Pan L60-MID-R60 (1step) 4-124 (MID=64) CHORUS>MONO, FLANGER>MONO, PHASER>MONO, DELAY>MONO, TAPE ECHO -10 - +10 DELAY>MULTI TAP Pre-D 1ms - 100ms (1step) 0-99 REVERB>SMALL ROOM, REVERB>MEDIUM ROOM, REVERB>BIG ROOM, REVERB>SMALL HALL, REVERB>MEDIUM HALL, REVERB>BIG HALL, REVERB>BRIGHT HALL, REVERB>PLATE 1, REVERB>PLATE 2, REVERB>VOCAL PLATE, REVERB>DRUM BOOTH, REVERB>STUDIO, REVERB>LIVE HOUSE, REVERB>THEATER, REVERB>AUDITORIUM, REVERB>WAREHOUSE, REVERB>NON-LINEAR, REVERB>REVERSE Q, EQ Q 0.5-10 (0.1step) DIGITAL EQ, DISTORTION 0-95 0-21
Rate , Rate1 , Rate2 0.1Hz-10.0Hz (0.1step) 0-99 CHORUS>MONO, CHORUS>STEREO, CHORUS>XOVER, FLANGER>MONO, FLANGER>STEREO, FLANGER>XOVER, FLANGER>PAN, PHASER>MONO, PHASER>STEREO, PHASER>XOVER, PHASER>PAN, ROTARY SPEAKER,
PAN>AUTO PAN, PAN>TRIGGER PAN, WAH>AUTOWAH, CHORUS>DELAY, FLANGER>DELAY, PHASER>DELAY Ratio 2:1 - 100:1 (1step) COMPRESSOR/LIMITER, EXPANDER Ratio PITCH CORRECTOR 0-100% 0-98
Release 0-127 0-127 COMPRESSOR/LIMITER, COMPRESSOR/LIMITER (more), EXPANDER, NOISE GATE Reso 0-127 WAH>AUTOWAH, WAH>TOUCH WAH -12 - +12 0-24 0-127
Right (left side) PITCH SHIFT Right (right side) PITCH SHIFT Scale
CHROMA, M, m, m-HERM, m_MELO, WHOLE, BLUES, ARAB, DORIAN, PHRYGI, LYDIAN, MIXOLY, LOCRIA
PITCH CORRECTOR Shape DELAY>MULTI TAP Slope DELAY>MULTI TAP -10 - +10 0-21

 

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