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Owners Manual Manuel dutilisation Bedienungsanleitung
Table of Contents
Precautions... 3 Introduction... 4
Welcome!... 4 Main features.. 4
Front and rear panel.. 4
Front panel... 4 Rear panel... 5
Installing batteries... 5 Basic connections.. 6 Example of a connection to a guitar amp.. 6 Example of a connection to a mixer or recorder. 6
Program mode... 6
Selecting a program... 7
Creating your sound (Edit mode).. 7
Signal flow... 7 Selecting effects and adjusting the main parameters. 7 Selecting and adjusting sub-parameters.. 8 Saving a program (Write mode).. 8 Checking the values saved in a program (Original Value). 9
Bypass and Mute.. 9
Bypassing the AX3B... 9 Muting the AX3B.. 9
Tuning procedure.. 9 Adjusting the tuner calibration... 10
Restoring the factory preset programs.. 10 Troubleshooting... 10 Specifications... 11
AX3B Owners manual
Using the unit in the following locations can result in a malfunction. In direct sunlight Locations of extreme temperature or humidity Excessively dusty or dirty locations Locations of excessive vibration Close to magnetic fields
Please connect the designated AC adapter to an AC outlet of the correct voltage. Do not connect it to an AC outlet of voltage other than that for which your unit is intended.
tions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Unauthorized changes or modification to this system can void the users authority to operate this equipment.
Interference with other electrical devices
Radios and televisions placed nearby may experience reception interference. Operate this unit at a suitable distance from radios and televisions.
CE mark for European Harmonized Standards
CE mark which is attached to our companys products of AC mains operated apparatus until December 31, 1996 means it conforms to EMC Directive (89/ 336/EEC) and CE mark Directive (93/68/EEC). And, CE mark which is attached after January 1, 1997 means it conforms to EMC Directive (89/336/EEC), CE mark Directive (93/68/EEC) and Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC). Also, CE mark which is attached to our companys products of Battery operated apparatus means it conforms to EMC Directive (89/336/EEC) and CE mark Directive (93/68/EEC).
To avoid breakage, do not apply excessive force to the switches or controls.
If the exterior becomes dirty, wipe it with a clean, dry cloth. Do not use liquid cleaners such as benzene or thinner, or cleaning compounds or flammable polishes.
Keep this manual
After reading this manual, please keep it for later reference.
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO CONSUMERS
This product has been manufactured according to strict specifications and voltage requirements that are applicable in the country in which it is intended that this product should be used. If you have purchased this product via the internet, through mail order, and/or via a telephone sale, you must verify that this product is intended to be used in the country in which you reside. WARNING: Use of this product in any country other than that for which it is intended could be dangerous and could invalidate the manufacturers or distributors warranty. Please also retain your receipt as proof of purchase otherwise your product may be disqualified from the manufacturers or distributors warranty. Company names, product names, and names of formats etc. are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. * Company names, product names, and names of formats etc. are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
Keeping foreign matter out of your equipment
Never set any container with liquid in it near this equipment. If liquid gets into the equipment, it could cause a breakdown, fire, or electrical shock. Be careful not to let metal objects get into the equipment. If something does slip into the equipment, unplug the AC adapter from the wall outlet. Then contact your nearest Korg dealer or the store where the equipment was purchased.
THE FCC REGULATION WARNING (for U.S.A.)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruc-
Thank you for adding the TONEWORKS AX3B Modeling Signal Processor to your r ig. Whether youre playing live or in the studio, or practicing with headphones, the AX3B will give you countless hours of great sounds! To ensure a long and trouble-free relationship with your AX3B, please read this manual carefully, and use it as directed. When youve finished reading this manual, please keep it for future reference.
The delay sound is preserved when you switch between programs that have the same delay type and TIME parameter [P1] setting. Similarly, the reverberation is preserved when switching between programs that have the same reverb type. A built-in auto chromatic tuner lets you tune while bypassed or muted.
Front and rear panel
This section explains the switches and connectors on the AX3Bs front and rear panels.
Detailed and powerful modeling sounds delivered by Korgs modeling technology. What is ?
(Resonant structure and Electronic circuit Modeling System) is KORGs proprietary sound modeling technology which precisely reproduces the complex character and nature of both acoustic and electric instruments as well as electronic circuits in real world environments. emulates a wide variety of sound generation characteristics including instrument bodies, speakers & cabinets, acoustic fields, microphones, vacuum tubes, transistors, etc. 57 different modeling effect variations are built-in, and you can use up to six different effects simultaneously (including noise reduction). You can edit all of the parameters for each effect in the four effect categories (pre-effect, drive/amp, modulation, delay/reverb). Use these modeling effects to create your own sounds and store them in internal memory as one of 40 user programs. In addition, 40 more programs are provided as presets for immediate use. Connect an optional Korg EXP-2 foot controller or XVP-10 expression/volume pedal, and use it as a wah pedal or volume pedal.
1. Function selector
The operation of the up/down buttons and value knob will depend on the mode thats chosen by this selector. Youre in Program mode when this selector is at the [PROGRAM] position, Write mode when at the [WRITE] position, and Edit mode when at the [PRE FX][DELAY/REV-PARAM] positions.
2. Program/Value display
In Edit mode, this display indicates the effect type (F0F9, d0d5, A0 A9, LE, nr, Cb), the parameter (P1P4) or its setting (value). In Write mode or Program mode, the display indicates the program number. When BYPASS/MUTE is active, the display indicates the name of the note youre tuning.
3. [(WRITE)], [(CANCEL)] buttons
In Effect mode, use these buttons to switch effect types or parameters. By pressing the two buttons simultaneously, you can turn each effect on/off. In Write mode, use these buttons to write a program. In Program mode, you can press these buttons to increment or decrement the program number in steps of 10. When youre using the tuner, use these buttons to adjust the calibration setting.
1. Input jack
Connect your guitar to this jack.
2. Output jack
Connect this jack to your guitar amp or headphones.
3. Pedal jack
You can connect an optional Korg EXP-2 foot controller or XVP-10 expression/volume pedal to this jack. A pedal connected here will function as a wah pedal if youre using WAH in [PRE FX], or as a volume pedal otherwise.
4. Value knob
In Edit mode, use this knob to adjust the value of a parameter. In Write mode, you can use this knob to specify the writing-destination for the program. In Program mode, this knob acts as the master volume.
5. Program Up switch
In Program mode, use this to select programs. The program number will increase each time you press the switch. In Edit mode, press this to make the parameter value appear in the program/value display. In this case, the LED above the pedal will light, indicating that the program/ value display is showing the value of the effect parameter.
4. Power supply
~DC9V You can connect an optional AC adaptor to this jack.
6. Program Down switch
In Program mode, use this to select programs. The program number will decrease each time you press the switch. In Edit mode, press this to make the effect or parameter type appear in the program/value display. In this case, the LED above the pedal will light, indicating that the program/value display is showing the type of effect or parameter.
1. Slide the cover of the battery case in the direction of the arrow, and open the cover. Insert four separately sold AA-size alkaline batteries, being sure to observe the correct polarity (+ and - markings), and close the battery case. 2. When using batteries, the power will turn on when you insert a guitar cable into the AX3Bs INPUT jack. While the power is on, the display will indicate the program number or other information. The power will turn off when you remove the cable from the INPUT jack.
Example of a connection to a guitar amp
Be sure to make all connections with the power turned off. If you fail to use caution when making connections, you could damage your guitar amp or speaker system, or cause malfunctions.
AC adaptor to an AC outlet
Example of a connection to a mixer or recorder
1. Use a cable to connect the AX3Bs OUTPUT jack to your guitar amp,mixer or recorder.
When making connections or turning on the power, lower the volume of your amp or mixer so that you dont hear noise If youre using headphones, plug them into the OUTPUT jack.
Headphones OUTPUT Phones Input INPUT DC9V
2. Connect your guitar to the rear panel INPUT jack.
If youre using batteries, this will turn the power on.
3. If youre using the optional AC adaptor, connect it to the rear panel DC9V power supply jack, and then plug the adaptor into an AC outlet to turn the power on. 4. Raise the volume of your amp or mixer to the appropriate volume.
Settings for each effect are collectively called a program. The AX3B has 80 programs which 40 (0140) of them are rewritable. Programs 4180 contain preset programs for immediate use. In Program mode, you can select programs by pressing the Program
Down switch or Program Up switch, letting you change instantly between sounds. To enter Program mode, set the function selector to [PROGRAM]. (The LEDs in the upper part of the Program Up/Down switches will light.) Edit mode is when the function selector is in one of the [PRE FX][DELAY/REV PARAM] positions. You can change the effect type for each category ([PRE FX], [DRIVE/ AMP], [LEVEL/NR/CAB], [MOD], [DELAY/REV]), and edit the parameters to create your sound.
Selecting a program
1. Make sure that the function selector is set to [PROGRAM]. Make sure that the function selector is set to [PROGRAM]. In Program mode, the LEDs of both the Program Up and Program Down switches will be lit.
When you turn on the power, youll be in Program mode regardless of the position of the function selector.
Selecting effects and adjusting the main parameters
[PRE FX], [DRIVE/AMP], [MOD], [DELAY/REV]
To select the effect you want to use in each of the categories [PRE FX], [DRIVE/AMP], [MOD], and [DELAY/REV], set the function selector to the appropriate position and use the  buttons. The program/value display will indicate a value of F0F9 (in the case of DRIVE/AMP, d0d5 or A0A9), and the LED at the top of the Program Down pedal will light to indicate that the program/value display is showing the effect type.
The effect list printed on the panel tells you the effect type that is selected.
2. Turn the value knob to adjust the master volume. If you've connected the AX3B to a guitar amp, set the master volume to 50. 3. Press the Program Up or Program Down switch to select a program. The program/value display shows the number of the program you selected.
Creating your sound (Edit mode)
PRE FX DRIVE/AMP CABINET NR DELAY / REVERB MOD VOLUME PEDAL
You can turn the value knob to adjust the main parameter for the selected effect. At this time the program/value display will indicate the value of the parameter, and the LED at the top of the Program Up pedal will light to indicate that the program/value display is showing the parameter value.
To turn an effect on/off, press both the  and  buttons simultaneously. When an effect is on the effect type is shown, and when an effect is off. the display indicates
When you select an effect, the AX3B automatically sets the parameters of that effect to their most effective values. In other words, you can create great sounds just by choosing an effect for each of the categories PRE FX, DRIVE/AMP, MOD, and DELAY/REV, without having to make detailed parameter settings.
VOLUME PEDAL is available only if a pedal is connected to the PEDAL jack.
By adjusting the main parameters, you can tweak your sound to what you have in mind.
Selecting and adjusting sub-parameters
[PRE FX-PARAM], [DRIVE/AMP-PARAM], [MOD-PARAM], [DELAY/REV-PARAM]
Heres how to edit the sub-parameters of the effect youve selected for each of the [PRE FX], [DRIVE/AMP], [MOD], and [DELAY/REV] categories. When you press the  or  buttons, the program/value display will indicate a value of P1P4, and the LED at the top of the Program Down switch will light to indicate that the program/value display is showing the parameter type.
For the sub-parameters that correspond to P1P4, refer to p.43 Appendices.
or  buttons to cycle the display through LE (program level), nr (NR sensitivity), and Cb (cabinet). Use the value knob to adjust each parameter. LE: Use the value knob to adjust the program level (010). A setting of 5.0 is the standard value. Some effect settings may cause clipping. If this occurs, lower the program level. nr: Adjust the noise reduction sensitivity (010) so that you dont hear noise (hiss) when youre not playing your guitar.
Depending on the guitar youre using, notes may be cut off if you raise the noise reduction value excessively. Adjust this so notes ring out naturally.
Cb: Select the type (C0C9) of cabinet modeling.
You cant edit the cabinet model if the drive/amp model is off. In this. case, the LED will indicate Cabinet modeling is associated with the drive/amp model. It works only if the drive/amp model is turned on. When you change the drive/ amp model type, the most suitable cabinet model is selected automatically. Cabinet modeling is associated with the drive/amp model. It works only if the drive/amp model is turned on. When you change the drive/ amp model type, the most suitable model is selected automatically.
Now you can use the value knob to adjust each sub-parameter to your taste. At this time, the program/value display indicates the value of the parameter, and the LED at the top of the Program Up switch will light to indicate that the program/value display is showing the parameter value.
If the effect is turned off, the program/value display will indicate when you set the function selector to a [PARAM] position for that category. If you want to edit the parameters of that effect, simultaneously press both  and  buttons to turn the effect on.
Effect/parameter type and parameter value display
When you press the Program Down switch in Edit mode, the program/ value display will indicate the effect type or parameter type (F0F9, d0 d5, A0A9, P1P4). When you press the Program Up switch, the program/value display will indicate the parameter value. This gives you a convenient way to check the current settings.
To select an effect and edit it to your taste, you should first adjust the main parameters, and then adjust sub-parameter P1. In most cases, youll be able to get the sound you want by adjusting these two parameters.
Set the function selector to this position when you want to adjust the program level, noise reduction, or cabinet modeling. Then press the 
Saving a program (Write mode)
Heres how to save (write) a sound that youve created.
If you switch to a different program in Program mode or turn off the power without writing your settings into memory, the changes you made will be lost.
1. Set the function selector to [WRITE]. 2. Press the [(WRITE)] button. The program number will blink. 3. Use the value knob or the program up/down switches to select the program in which you want to save your settings. 4. Press the [(WRITE)] button once again. The program will be saved, and the program/value display will indicate briefly.
The newly saved program will overwrite (i.e., replace) the existing settings, so that the previous program in that location will be lost. If you decide not to save the new program, press the [CANCEL] button to cancel the operation.
Bypassing the AX3B
Simultaneously press the Program Up and Program Down switches; all effects will be bypassed. At this time, the program/value display will indicate .
Muting the AX3B
Simultaneously press and hold down the Program Up and Program Down switches for about one second and the output will be muted. At this time, the program/value display will indicate . When bypassed or muted, the Auto Chromatic Tuner will be active. To cancel the bypass or mute function, press the Program Up or Program Down switch (this will not change the program). At this time the value knob will operate as the master volume.
Checking the values saved in a program (Original Value)
The Original Value LED in the program/value display lets you check the parameter values of a saved program. When you use the knob or switches to modify the value of a parameter, the Original Value LED will light when that value matches the value thats already been saved in the program (i.e., the original value).
In Program mode, this LED will light if the values of all parameters match the values that are saved in the program.
The AX3B has a built-in Auto Chromatic Tuner. You can calibrate the reference pitch (the note A) of the tuner in a range of A438 HzA445 Hz.
1. The Auto Chromatic Tuner will be activated when the AX3B is bypassed or muted.
If you want to tune silently, such as during a live performance, simply mute the AX3B.
Bypass and Mute
Bypass (which turns off all effects including noise reduction) and Mute (which mutes the AX3Bs output) are convenient functions for use while youre adjusting your guitar amp, tuning during a live performance, or switching guitars. Heres how to use Bypass or Mute.
2. Play a note on your guitar and the program/value display will indicate the name of the closest note. Note names are indicated as follows.
Note name Display
2. If you decide to cancel the reload operation at this point, press the [CANCEL] button. 3. If you wish to reload the factory settings press the [(WRITE)] but and reloading will ton. The program/value display will indicate begin. When reloading is completed, the program/value display will , and the AX3B will automatically enter Program mode. indicate
Never turn off the power while reloading.
3. If your guitar is sharp (pitch too high), the Program Up switch LED will blink. If your guitar is flat (pitch too low), the Program Down switch LED will blink. In either case, more rapid blinking indicates that your guitar is farther from the correct pitch. When in tune, both the Program Up and Down LEDs will light.
Adjusting the tuner calibration
When you turn on the power, the built-in tuner is set to a reference pitch of A 440 Hz (concert pitch). You can calibrate this reference pitch in a range of 438 Hz445 Hz. You can use the / buttons to calibrate this in the range of 438 Hz445 Hz. When doing so, the program/value display will indicate a value of 3845.
When you turn off the power, the calibration adjustment you made will be discarded and the AX3B will automatically be set to 440 Hz.
If you suspect a malfunction, please check the following points. If this does not resolve the problem, please contact a nearby dealer.
1. Power does not turn on
Have the batteries have run down? When the batteries run low, the display will blink . We recommend that you replace the batteries as soon as possible. If batteries become unusable, remove them immediately. Leaving drained batteries in the unit can cause malfunctions (such as battery leakage). You should also remove the batteries if you wont be using the AX3B for an extended time. Have you have inserted a stereo cable into the INPUT jack? When operating the AX3B on batteries, the power will not turn on if you insert a stereo cable. Be sure to use a mono cable. Is the AC adaptor connected to the rear panel DC9V jack? Is the AC adaptor plugged into an AC outlet? Could the AC adaptor be damaged?
Restoring the factory preset programs
Heres how to restore (reload) the AX3Bs programs back to factory preset programs.
When you execute this operation, all the programs you created and stored inside the AX3B will be erased, and replaced by the factory programs.
1. While holding down both the Program Up and Down switches as well as the [(CANCEL)] button, turn on the power. The program/ , and the LEDs in the upper part of value display will indicate the Program Up/Down switches will blink. Take your hand off both switches and the button you had been pressing.
2. No sound
Is the volume of your guitar turned down? Is your guitar cable connected correctly? Is your guitar cable broken?
Are the DRIVE/AMP or PROGRAM LEVEL (LEVEL/NR/CAB) parameters be turned to a low value? Is the volume turned down for another effect? If an expression pedal is connected, is it turned down? Is the Mute function activated? Refer to Bypass and Mute (p.9) and cancel the Mute function. Is the master volume turned down? Set the function selector to [PROGRAM], and turn the value knob to adjust the master volume.
Number of effects: Pre-effect types: 10 Drive/Amp Model types: 16 Cabinet Model types: 10 Modulation Effect types: 10 Delay Effect types: 5 Reverb Effect types: 5 Noise Reduction: 1 Number of programs: 80 (40 user/40 preset) Audio input: INPUT (mono) Audio output: OUTPUT (stereo) Signal processing: A/D conversion: 24 bit D/A conversion: 24-bit Sampling frequency: 31.25 kHz Tuner: Detection range : C0C6 Calibration: A=438445 Hz Four alkaline AA batteries (continuous use Power supply: of eight hours) or DC9V (separately sold) AC adaptor Dimensions (W D H): 43 mm / 7.0 5.6 1.7 inches Weight: 340 g / 11.99 oz. Owners manual Included items: Options (separately sold): DC9V AC adaptor EXP-2 foot controller XVP-10 expression/volume pedal
* Specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice for improvement.
3. Effects dont apply
Could an effect be bypassed? Is the modulation DEPTH or the delay/reverb MIX set to a low value? Is the AX3B in Bypass mode? Refer to Bypass and Mute (p.9) and cancel the Bypass function.
4. Sound connected to the guitar amp is distorted, or sounds wrong
Is the DRIVE/AMP [VOLUME] setting or the PROGRAM LEVEL (LEVEL/NR/CAB) [LEVEL] setting raised excessively?
Prcautions.. 13 Introduction... 14
Bienvenue!... 14 Caractristiques principales.. 14
P1 DEPTH DEPTH RESO SPEED2 SPEED2 DEPTH DEPTH EFFECT MIX ATTACK
0.10 0.10 0.10 1.10 1.10 0.10 0.10 0.10 0.10 1.10
P2 MANUAL TIME DEPTH DEPTH DEPTH SPREAD DIRECT RESO RESO
1.10 0.10 0.10 0.10 0.10 0.10 0.10 0.10 0.10
P3 MODE MIX MANUAL RESO RESO LEVEL FINE MANUAL MANUAL
1,2,3 0.10 1.10 0.10 0.10 1.10 -15.15 1.10 1.10
P4 MIX MODE MODE TRACKING DEPTH DEPTH
0.10 1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4,5 1.10 0.10 0.10
DELAY/REVERB F0 ECHO+ F1 MLT HD F2 MOD DLY F3 ST DLY F4 PP DLY F5 SLAP F6 SPRING F7 PLATE F8 ROOM F9 HALL
Main Parameter MIX 0.10 MIX 0.10 MIX 0.10 MIX 0.10 MIX 0.10 MIX 0.10 MIX 0.10 MIX 0.10 MIX 0.10 MIX 0.10
P1 TIME TIME TIME TIME TIME TIME TIME TIME TIME TIME 0.10 0.10 0.10 0.10 0.10 1.10 1.10 1.10 1.10 1.10 FEEDBACK FEEDBACK FEEDBACK FEEDBACK FEEDBACK HI DAMP HI DAMP HI DAMP HI DAMP HI DAMP
P2 0.10 0.10 0.10 0.10 0.10 0.10 0.10 0.10 0.10 0.10 TONE TONE SPEED TONE TONE LO DAMP LO DAMP LO DAMP LO DAMP LO DAMP
P3 1.10 1.10 1.10 1.10 1.10 0.10 0.10 0.10 0.10 0.10
Preset program chart
Program No. Program name STU+CHO STU D ROCK STUS OCT SOLO STU SLAP1 GREENDAZ DUO PHAS SYNTH JAZZ PICKER FRAGILE CELLO BOW WATER SLAP+CHO TUBE OD FRETLESS DOORS SIR PAUL CLOWDY UK DRV For AMP AMP AMP AMP AMP AMP AMP AMP AMP AMP AMP AMP AMP AMP AMP AMP AMP AMP AMP AMP Program No. Program name STU C FUNK STU C ROCK STU CHORD STU SLY COUNTRY JAZZ2 ROCK 70S SYNTH MOTOWN ROCK2 POWER ROTARY FINGER FINGER2 FINGER3 FINGER4 STU D FUNK CHORUS GEEZR STACK.WAH For LINE LINE LINE LINE LINE LINE LINE LINE LINE LINE LINE LINE LINE LINE LINE LINE LINE LINE LINE LINE
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