Who says stompboxes are just for guitarists? With the click of a footswitch, you can instantly add lush vocal layers and harmonies to your singing, add realtime pitch-correction, and you can show your creative side with special effects such as Distortion, Radio, and Strobe. You can even create loops and layers in real time with the onboard Phrase Looper. Perform anywhere with the VE-20 since it runs on AC or battery power.
Part Numbers: VE-20, VE20
UPC: 4957054410186, 761294410189
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User reviews and opinions
|hygtrfv||9:33am on Sunday, June 6th, 2010|
|Excellent This is a must-have for anyone doing presentations. Stunningly easy to use, plug in to any computer with PowerPoint and it works. simple and effective I purchased this simply for board room meetings, and I like it because its simple.|
|seaker||1:20pm on Saturday, May 15th, 2010|
|As a teacher I appreciate the mobility that the clicker allows me. I can move around the class and still manage the notes or slides I want to show.|
|Friso||4:12am on Saturday, April 17th, 2010|
|This product is highly recommended for ease of use, competitive price, and great features. Works great with PowerPoint on both PC/Mac.|
|Cabeza2000||11:23am on Wednesday, April 7th, 2010|
|Essential tool for presenters/consultants I borrowed a Kensington Si600 when speaking at a conference a few months back. Indispensable 4-button keyboard: PageDown, PageUp, "b", F5 (= laser) This 2.|
|dla||4:55pm on Sunday, March 28th, 2010|
|This is a very easy to use, but Cheap in Quality Item. It helped me in a pinch, but I would not recommend this Item to anyone. My husband is very picky with his electronics.|
|tgarrity||4:52am on Thursday, March 18th, 2010|
|Perfectly simple and simply perfect! With technology, as in writing and speaking, I believe in simplicity. Works as expected Works as expected with XP and Vista running Power Point 2008 - have not tried it with any other products.|
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Before using this unit, carefully read the sections entitled: USING THE UNIT SAFELY and IMPORTANT NOTES (supplied on a separate sheet). These sections provide important information concerning the proper operation of the unit. Additionally, in order to feel assured that you have gained a good understanding of every feature provided by your new unit, this manual should be read in its entirety. The manual should be saved and kept on hand as a convenient reference.
A versatile array of vocal effects, controlled by a single knob
Thirty different sounds are ready for immediate use Just turn the knob to select an effect, and youll hear it immediately
Numerous high-quality effects
Reverb and Delay add spaciousness and depth to your voice Two-part Double/Harmony adds beautiful resonance and warmth to your voice Dynamics makes the volume consistent, and Pitch Correct ensures accurate pitch Use unique effects like Distortion or Radio to create distinctive performances
Pedal functions for live performance
Phrase Loop lets you repeatedly overdub your voice to create a vocal ensemble in real time as you perform You can use the HARMONY pedal to turn the Harmony effect on/off in realtime
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Main Features.. 1 Installing Batteries.. 3 Quick Start.. 4
1. Getting ready..4 2. Sing...5 3. Switching sounds..5 4. Using the HARMONY pedal..6 5. Turning the power off..6
Convenient Functions.. 14
Using the HARMONY pedal to turn effects other than Harmony on/off.. 14 Using the pedals to switch sounds. 14 Using your recorded voice to make adjustments (Sound Check). 15 Saving a sound as a different User Sound. 15 Exchanging sounds.. 15 Specifying the type of output (Stereo or Mono/Dry).. 16 Using a condenser mic (Phantom Power).. 16 Cutting unwanted low frequencies. 16 Adjusting the screens legibility (Contrast)... 16
Making the Connections. 7
Using the VE-20 live..7
Panel Descriptions.. 8
Front panel...8 Rear panel...9
Sounds and Effects..10
What is a sound?.. 10 What is an effect?... 10 Adjusting the level of the Reverb effect. 11 Adjusting the level of the Delay effect. 11 Adjusting the Harmony effect.. 11 Editing the effects.. 12 Naming your sound.. 12
Restoring the factory settings (Factory Reset).. 17 Sound List... 17 Parameter guide... 18 Troubleshooting... 19
Main Specifications.. 20
Using Phrase Loop to Layer Your Voice.. 13
Printing Conventions and icons in this manual
Explains something that you should pay particular attention to. Explains something that supplements the main text. Explains something thats useful to know. Indicates a reference page. , , (p.**) * The explanations in this manual include illustrations that depict what should typically be shown by the display. Note, however, that your unit may incorporate a newer, enhanced version of the system (e.g., includes newer sounds), so what you actually see in the display may not always match what appears in the manual.
Insert the batteries as shown below, being careful to orient the batteries correctly.
English Deutsch Franais When turning the unit upside-down, get a bunch of newspapers or magazines, and place them under the four corners or at both ends to prevent damage to the buttons and knobs. Also, you should try to orient the unit so that no buttons or knobs get damaged. When turning the unit upside-down, handle it with care to avoid dropping it, or allowing it to fall or tip over. If used improperly, batteries may explode or leak and cause damage or injury. In the interest of safety, please read and observe the following precautions. Carefully follow the installation instructions for batteries, and make sure you observe the correct polarity. Avoid using new batteries together with used ones. In addition, avoid mixing different types of batteries. Remove the batteries whenever the unit is to remain unused for an extended period of time. If a battery has leaked, use a soft piece of cloth or paper towel to wipe all remnants of the discharge from the battery compartment. Then install new batteries. To avoid inflammation of the skin, make sure that none of the battery discharge gets onto your hands or skin. Exercise the utmost caution so that none of the discharge gets near your eyes. Immediately rinse the affected area with running water if any of the discharge has entered the eyes. Never keep batteries together with metallic objects such as ballpoint pens, necklaces, hairpins, etc. When installing or replacing batteries, always turn off the power on this unit and disconnect any other devices you may have connected. This way, you can prevent malfunction and/or damage to speakers or other devices. Batteries are supplied with the unit. The life of these batteries may be limited, however, since their primary purpose is to enable testing. If youre using the VE-20 only on batteries, the POWER indicator will become dim as the batteries run down, and will then go out. Replace the batteries as soon as possible. Youll need six AA batteries. If youll be using the VE-20 for an extended time, we recommend that you use an AC adaptor. If you prefer to use a battery, we recommend an alkaline battery. Continuous usage time under battery power is about 8 hours with alkaline batteries and about 2 hours with carbon batteries. (This may vary according to usage conditions.) Italiano Espaol Portugus Nederlands
Quick Start 1. Getting ready
Connect your mic to the INPUT jack, and connect the OUTPUT jacks to your mixer or recorder.
If youre using batteries, insert them before you continue. Installing Batteries (p. 3) If youre using an AC adaptor (BOSS PSA-series; optional), connect it to the DC IN jack.
Before you make connections, make sure that the input gain or volume of your mixer or recorder is turned down.
If you use a condenser mic that requires phantom power, set the Phantom Power parameter to the On. Using a condenser mic (Phantom Power) (p. 16) If youre using headphones, connect them to the PHONES/LINE jack.
Move the rear-panel POWER switch to the ON position. (The power will turn on.) Lit
When you turn on the power, a screen like the following will appear. This is called the Play screen.
Adjust the input sensitivity.
In order to use the VE-20 optimally, youll need to adjust the input sensitivity. 1. Press the MENU button. 2. Press the cursor button ( ) to select MicSens. 3. Turn the SOUND knob to adjust MicSens. At the ideal setting, the meter will occasionally reach the far right (as shown below) when you sing loudly. If your voice sounds distorted, lower the MicSens setting. Meter
The MicSens setting is stored in memory even after the power is turned off, so you wont need to adjust it again unless you want to use a different mic or a different vocalist.
Press the EXIT button to return to the Play screen.
Gradually raise the input gain or volume of your mixer or recorder.
Go ahead and sing.
Use the ON/OFF pedal to switch the effect on/off, and hear the difference it makes. The ON/OFF indicator lights when the VE-20s effect is on.
3. Switching sounds
Turn the central SOUND knob to switch between different sounds.
Each sound has a name that is descriptive of its character. You can also refer to the Sound List (p. 17) when selecting a sound.
For details on the sounds, refer to What is a sound? (p. 10).
4. Using the HARMONY pedal
Press the HARMONY pedal; the Harmony effect will be applied.
The HARMONY indicator will light.
For details on adjusting the harmony effect, refer to Adjusting the Harmony effect (p. 11). You can use the HARMONY pedal to apply effects other than Harmony. Using the HARMONY pedal to turn effects other than Harmony on/off (p. 14)
5. Turning the power off
Lower the volume of your mixer or recorder.
Move the rear-panel POWER switch to the OFF position. (The power will turn off.)
Making the Connections
Mic Stereo Headphones AC Adaptor (PSA series; optional)
Mixer, Recorder, etc.
When using an AC adaptor, be sure to use only the specified type (PSA series; optional). Using an adaptor other than the specified type may cause the unit to malfunction, or cause damage to the unit. To prevent malfunction and/or damage to speakers or other devices, always turn down the volume and turn off the power to all devices before making any connections. Some connection cables contain resistors. When connection cables with resistors are used, the sound level may be extremely low, or impossible to hear. For information on cable specifications, contact the manufacturer of the cable. Before you make connections, make sure that the input gain or volume of your mixer or recorder is turned down. By turning on devices in the wrong order, you risk causing malfunction and/or damage to speakers and other devices. This unit is equipped with a protection circuit. A brief interval (a few seconds) after power-up is required before the unit will operate normally.
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If you want to use a cable with a 1/4 inch phone plug to connect the VE-20 to your mixer or audio system, use the PHONES/ LINE jack. Use a Y-cable (such as the Roland PCS-31L, optional) to make connections.
Mic White (L) Extension cable (as needed) Mixer
Using the VE-20 live
Points to check beforehand
If youre performing at a live event where someone other than yourself is responsible for running the sound system, its a good idea to inform them that you intend to use an in-line effects processor (the VE-20) on your mic. This will allow them to make sure that necessary equipment such as connection cables are available, and will help the rehearsal and the actual performance go smoothly.
Caution when making connections
Numerous types of PA equipment are used in a live event. Unexpectedly breaking a connection can produce high-volume noise, and may even damage equipment. Before you turn the VE-20s power on/off, or connect or disconnect the cables, be sure to check with a staff member and obtain their permission.
This shows the sound number and name. In sound or function editing screens, it shows the parameters and values being edited. * Never strike or apply strong pressure to the display.
PHRASE LOOP Indicator
This lights when the Phrase Loop function is on.
GND(SLEEVE) 1:GND 2:HOT HOT(TIP) 3:COLD COLD(RING)
* Howling could be produced depending on the location of microphones relative to speakers. This can be remedied by: 1. Changing the orientation of the microphone(s). 2. Relocating microphone(s) at a greater distance from speakers. 3. Lowering volume levels.
Do not connect the output of an effects processor or similar device to this input jack. The sound may be distorted, and you may not obtain the desired effect. If you connect a mic that requires a phantom power supply, turn on the Phantom Power parameter.
DC IN Jack
This jack is for connecting an AC adaptor (BOSS PSA series; optional). Using an AC adaptor allows for long performances without worrying about the batteries going dead.
When you are using an AC adaptor, be sure to use only the specified type (PSA series; optional). Using an adaptor other than the specified type may cause the unit to malfunction, or cause damage to the unit.
Using a condenser mic (Phantom Power) (p. 16)
Connect stereo headphones here. Alternately, you can use this jack as an unbalanced stereo line output by connecting a Y-cable (such as the Roland PCS-31L; optional).
White (L) Red (R)
This turns the power on/off.
OUTPUT L MONO/R Connectors
This outputs the sound of the VE-20 as a balanced signal. * This instrument is equipped with balanced (XLR) type jacks. Wiring diagrams for these jacks are shown below. Make connections after first checking the wiring diagrams of other equipment you intend to connect. * The OUTPUT connector outputs the signal at mic level. To adjust the way the VE-20s sound is output, see Specifying the type of output (Stereo or Mono/Dry) (p. 16), Output (p. 19)
Sounds and Effects
What is a sound?
On the VE-20, a sound is a combination of effects that determine the overall tonal character of a vocal that is processed with the unit. Each effect in a sound modifies a specific vocal characteristic, such as volume, tone, pitch, or ambience. A vocalist can instantly change their entire tonal character by selecting one of the 30 different sounds in the VE-20.
Sound number 0130 Preset sounds Sound type Explanation These are read-only. If youve modified the settings of a preset Sound and want to preserve the result, you can save it as a user Sound (p. 15). These settings can be edited and saved.
What is an effect?
An effect modifies a specific component of a sound: volume, tone, pitch, or ambience. The VE-20 contains six different effects. Each can be switched on/off independently and various parameters can be adjusted. For details on how to edit an effect, refer to Editing the effects (p. 12). For details about each effect, refer to Parameter guide (p. 18).
Effects DYNAMICS PITCH CORRECT Explanation Makes the volume more consistent. Corrects inaccuracies in the pitch. With certain settings, Pitch Correct can make the pitch change in a coarse stair-step fashion to produce a mechanical vocal tone. Adjusts the tonal character or applies special effects. Produces a double-tracked effect or harmony effect. You can layer up to two parts (Part 1 and Part 2).
What is double-tracking?
This is a popular recording studio technique in which a vocalist records a melody, then overdubs a second performance of the same melody along with the first recording. When the two performances are played back together, it gives the effect of a thick and rich single voice. DELAY REVERB Produces an echo-like effect. Produces the spacious reverberation that is typical of a performance in a room or hall.
Please be aware that all data contained in the units memory may be lost when the unit is sent for repairs. Important data should always be written down on paper (when possible). During repairs, due care is taken to avoid the loss of data. However, in certain cases (such as when circuitry related to memory itself is out of order), we regret that it may not be possible to restore the data, and BOSS/Roland assumes no liability concerning such loss of data. Please be aware that the contents of memory can be irretrievably lost as a result of a malfunction, or the improper operation of the unit. To protect yourself against the risk of loosing important data, we recommend that you periodically written down a important data onto paper. Unfortunately, it may be impossible to restore the contents of data that was stored in the units memory once it has been lost. BOSS/Roland Corporation assumes no liability concerning such loss of data.
Adjusting the level of the Reverb effect
1. Press the REVERB LEVEL button.
Adjusting the Harmony effect
Matching the harmony to the key of your song
1. Use the cursor buttons to select the Key.
2. Turn the SOUND knob to adjust the amount
of reverb as desired. English
3. Press the EXIT button to return to the Play
* If you want to turn off the reverb effect, set RevLevel to 0.
2. Turn the SOUND knob to set the Key to
match the key of your song.
The key setting corresponds to the key of the song (#, b) as follows.
Additional reverb parameters can also be adjusted. See Editing the effects (p. 12)
Adjusting the level of the Delay effect
1. Use the cursor buttons to select DlyLevel. 3. Press the EXIT button to return to the Play 2. Turn the SOUND knob to adjust the delay
level as desired. screen.
Adjusting the volume of the harmony
The VE-20 lets you layer two parts of harmony (Part 1 and Part 2) onto your own voice.
* If you want to turn off the delay effect, set DlyLevel to 0.
1. Use the cursor buttons to select Part1Lev.
Additional delay parameters can also be adjusted. See Editing the effects (p. 12)
2. Turn the SOUND knob to adjust the volume
as desired. Portugus
3. Adjust the Part2Lev in the same way. 4. Press the EXIT button to return to the Play
* If you want to add only one harmony part, set the unneeded parts level to 0.
Additional harmony parameters can also be adjusted. See Editing the effects (p. 12)
Editing the effects
1. Press the MENU button. 2. Turn the SOUND knob to select the effect
that you want to edit.
Naming your sound
To help you remember the tonality that a sound produces, you can assign a descriptive name of up to 12 characters to a sound.
1. Press the MENU button. 2. Turn the SOUND knob to select NAME. 3. Press cursor button (
) to select the parameter that you want to edit.
3. Press cursor button (
For details on the parameters, refer to Parameter guide (p. 18).
4. Use the cursor buttons to select the
character that you want to change, and turn the SOUND knob to choose the desired character.
4. Turn the SOUND knob to edit the parameter. 5. If you want to edit other parameters, repeat
Steps 34. If you want to restore an edited setting to its original state, hold down the EXIT button and press cursor button ( ).
5. Press the EXIT button to return to the Play
6. Press the EXIT button to return to the Play
Using Phrase Loop to Layer Your Voice
You can use the ON/OFF pedal to control the Phrase Loop function. What is the Phrase Loop function?
This function lets you record a monaural phrase of up to 38 seconds and play it repeatedly (i.e., play it as a loop). You can also layeror overdubadditional phrases with the first phrase. By layering different melody lines you can simulate an a cappella chorus by yourself, or use voice percussion to add rhythm phrases to your performance.
In order to overdub using the Phrase Loop function, youll need to set the LoopType parameter to Perform (p. 15).
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1. Press the PHRASE LOOP button to turn the Phrase Loop function on (the PHRASE LOOP indicator
will light). Using the ON/OFF pedal to turn the Phrase Loop function on/off
Hold down the ON/OFF pedal for two seconds or longer; the Phrase Loop function will turn on (the PHRASE LOOP indicator will light). When you once again hold down the ON/OFF pedal for two seconds or longer, the Phrase Loop function will turn off (the PHRASE LOOP indicator will go out).
2. Press the ON/OFF pedal to start recording.
The REC indicator (red) lights. Now, sing the phrase that you want to record first.
3. Press the ON/OFF pedal to stop recording.
The PLAY indicator (green) lights, and the recorded phrase starts playing as a loop.
4. Press the ON/OFF pedal to start overdubbing.
The REC indicator (red) lights. Now, sing the phrase that you want to overdub.
5. Press the ON/OFF pedal to stop overdubbing.
Portugus The PLAY indicator (green) lights, and the recorded phrase plays as a loop. If you want to add additional overdubs, repeat Steps 45. During overdubbing, you can switch sounds as desired.
6. To stop phrase playback, press the ON/OFF pedal twice in rapid succession.
The PLAY indicator and REC indicator will both go out, and phrase loop playback and recording will stop.
* Press the ON/OFF pedal twice within one second. * The recorded phrase is erased when you stop loop playback or turn off the Phrase Loop function.
Using the HARMONY pedal to turn effects other than Harmony on/off
You can use the HARMONY pedal to apply effects other than Harmony.
8. Press the EXIT button to return to the Play
screen. The specified effects will switch on/off together each time you press the HARMONY pedal.
Using the pedals to switch sounds
In addition to using the SOUND knob to switch between sounds, you can also use the VE-20s pedals to switch sounds.
Example 1) Turning DELAY on/off
1. Press the MENU button. 2. Turn the SOUND knob to select CONTROL
1. Hold down the HARMONY pedal for two
seconds or longer. The sound number will blink.
3. Press cursor button ( ). 4. Turn the SOUND knob to select DELAY.
screen. Now, DELAY will toggle on/off each time you press the HARMONY pedal.
2. Press the ON/OFF pedal or the HARMONY
pedal to switch sounds. Each pedal performs the following function.
Pedal ON/OFF pedal HARMONY pedal Function Switches to the preceding sound number. Switches to the next sound number.
Example 2) Turning multiple effects on/off simultaneously
3. Hold down the HARMONY pedal for two
seconds or longer. The sound number changes back to steadily lit, and the pedals return to their usual function.
3. Press cursor button ( ). 4. Turn the SOUND knob to select CUSTOM.
5. Press cursor button (
) to select the effect that you want to turn on/off.
6. Turn the SOUND knob to choose the o
7. Repeat steps 56 for each effect that you
want to turn on/off.
4. Turn the SOUND knob to select the writedestination sound.
Using your recorded voice to make adjustments (Sound Check)
You can use the Phrase Loop function to record your voice unprocessed by any effects, and then play back your recorded voice while you audition sounds or make adjustments.
Sound name of the write destination Sound number of the write destination
1. Press the MENU button. 2. Press the cursor button (
LoopType. ) to select the If you decide not to execute the Write operation, press the EXIT button to return to the previous screen. 5. Press the ON/OFF pedal. The sound is saved.
* Never turn off the power before the display indicates COMPLETED!.
3. Turn the SOUND knob to select Check.
4. Press the EXIT button to return to the Play
screen. With the above setting, you can use the Phrase Loop function as a sound check function. For details on the Phrase Loop function , refer to Using Phrase Loop to Layer Your Voice(p. 13).
* When Phrase Loop is in sound check mode, you cant layer overdubbed phrases. If you press the ON/OFF pedal while a recorded phrase is playing, the phrase is erased and a new recording begins.
You can change the order of the user sounds by exchanging them.
1. Turn the SOUND knob to select one of the
sounds that you want to exchange.
2. Press the MENU button. 3. Turn the SOUND knob to select WRITE.
Saving a sound as a different User Sound
Heres how to save the sound as a different User sound. This is convenient when you want to save a preset sound that youve edited, or when you want to create a new sound thats based on an existing sound.
* Once you carry out this procedure, youll lose any previous sound settings contained in the storage destination.
4. Press the cursor button (
) to select EXCHANGE. The REC indicator blinks, and the Exchange screen appears. sound with which you want to exchange the currently selected sound.
). The REC indicator will blink, and the Factory reset screen appears.
4. Turn the SOUND knob to specify the extent
of the factory reset.
ALL SOUND SETUP
6 VOICE 5th HARMONY 3rd HARMONY 5th + DOUBLE 3rd + DOUBLE
Data to be initialized
All settings Settings for all user sounds Setup parameters
3rd + 5th LOW 3rd + 5th 3rd + 5th HIGH DISTORTION RADIO STROBE CHORUS FLANGER PitchCorrect CHROMATIC
If you decide not to execute the Factory Reset, press the EXIT button to return to the previous screen.
5. Press the ON/OFF pedal.
The settings you specified will return to their factory-set state.
Parameter Drive *2 Tone *2 Speed *3 Depth *4 *1 *2 *3 *4 Explanation Adjusts the degree of distortion. Adjusts the tonal character. Specifies the speed. Adjusts the depth of CHORUS.
These are the effects parameters than you can edit within each sound.
Parameter On, Off Depth Enhance Explanation Switches DYNAMICS on/off. Adjusts the depth of DYNAMICS. Adjusts the depth of the Enhance effect. Higher settings will give the sound sharper definition.
Available if Type is set to PREAMP. Available if Type is set to DISTORTION. Available if Type is set to STROBE or FLANGER. Available if Type is set to CHORUS. Explanation Switches DOUBLE/HARMONY on/off. Off Double Turns the part off. Produces a double-tracking effect. If youve specified the key of your song (p. 11), harmony that is suitable for that key will be added at the interval you specify here. By changing the vocal character, this produces the impression that another person is singing the same melody along with you.
Parameter On, Off Part1 (2) Type
Parameter On, Off Type Explanation Switches PITCH CORRECT on/off. Soft Hard Electric Robot Scale *1 The pitch will be corrected smoothly. The pitch will be corrected quickly. Corrects pitch variation to a stair-step change. Corrects the pitch to the specified note.
Part1 (2) Dbl *1 Adjusts the intensity of the Double effect in three levels (Light / Normal / Deep). Part1 (2) Lev *2 Adjusts the volume of the part. Part1 (2) Gender *2 Part1 (2) Pan Key *2 Transforms the voice by giving it a masculine or feminine character. L50CenterR50 Specifies the panning (stereo position) of the sound.
The pitch is corrected to the nearest Chromatic chromatic semitone. Maj (Min) The pitch is corrected according to the Key setting.
Gender Octave *1 Key *2 Note *3
Changes your voice to a masculine or feminine character. Specifies the amount by which the pitch will change. Specifies the key of the song youre singing (p. 11). Fixes the pitch.
Specifies the key of the song youre singing (p. 11).
*1 Available if Type is set to Double. *2 Available if Type is set to -1 to +1 oct or Unison.
Parameter On, Off Time Feedback Explanation Switches DELAY on/off. Adjusts the delay time (14000 ms). Adjusts the amount of delayed sound that is repeated. Adjusts the volume of the delayed sound.
*1 Available if Type is set to Soft, Hard, or Electric. *2 Available if Scale is set to Maj(Min). *3 Available if Type is set to Robot.
Parameter On, Off Type Explanation Switches TONE/SFX on/off. PREAMP DISTORTION RADIO STROBE CHORUS FLANGER Gain *1 Bass *1 Middle *1 Middle f *1 Treble *1 Adjusts the tonal character. Produces a distorted voice. Produces a radio voice. Finely slices the voice. Adds richness to the voice. Adds a swooshing modulation.
Parameter On, Off Type Explanation Switches REVERB on/off. Ambience Produces a sense of spatial depth. Room Hall 1 Hall 2 Produces warm reverberation. Produces clear and spacious reverberation. Produces mild and understated reverberation. Produces metallic-sounding reverberation with an extended high range.
Adjusts the level. Adjusts the tone quality of the low-frequency range. Adjusts the tone quality of the mid-frequency range. Adjusts the frequency affected by the Middle parameter. Adjusts the tone quality of the high-frequency range. Size RevLevel
Adjusts the size of the room (space) to vary the reverb time. Adjusts the volume of the reverberation.
Parameter Type Explanation DBL/HRM DELAY PITCH TONE/SFX REVERB DYNAMICS CUSTOM Turns the specified effect on/off (p. 14). Switches each effect on/off (p. 14).
Power doesnt come on
Have the batteries run down? Replace them with new batteries (p. 3).
* The batteries included with the VE-20 are meant only to confirm that the unit is functional at the factory.
Parameter Level NoiseThres Explanation Specifies the volume of the sound. Adjust this according to the noise level. Set this to a larger value if the noise level is high, or to a lower value if the noise level is low. Specifies the key of the song youre singing (p. 11).
Is the specified AC adaptor (PSA series; optional) connected correctly? Check the connections again (p. 7). Never use any AC adaptor other than the adaptor specified. Could the POWER switch be OFF? Turn the POWER switch ON (p. 4).
No sound/volume is low
Is the other equipment connected correctly? Check the connections again (p. 7). Could the volume or input gain of the connected mixer or recorder be lowered? Check the settings of the connected device. Could the Phantom Power parameter be set to Off? If youre using a condenser mic that requires phantom power, set the Phantom Power parameter to the On (p. 16). Could the MicSens or Volume settings be too low? Adjust these to appropriate values (p. 4). Have the batteries run down? Replace them with new batteries (p. 3).
These parameters are applied to the entire VE-20.
Parameter MicSens PhantomPower Output Explanation Adjusts the input sensitivity. On, Off Mono Stereo Turns on/off the supply of phantom power to the INPUT jack. Mono output from OUTPUT connectors L (MONO) and R. Stereo output from the OUTPUT connectors.
Mono output from OUTPUT connector L (MONO) and Dry sound from Mono/Dry connector R. * This setting also applies to the L and R signals of the PHONES/LINE jack. LowCut LoopType Perform Check Contrast On, Off Cuts unwanted low-frequency content. Select this if you want to use the Phrase Loop function to overdub (p. 13). Select this if you want to perform a sound check (p. 15).
The POWER indicator has gone dim
Is the specified adaptor (PSA series; optional) properly connected? Check the connection once more (p. 7).
* Never use any AC adaptor other than one specified for use with the VE-20.
* * When the indicator goes dim or no longer lights while the effect is on, it means that the batteries must be replaced. The batteries included with the VE-20 are meant only to confirm that the unit is functional at the factory.
Adjusts the display contrast (legibility).
Sound is distorted Portugus
Is the MicSens setting appropriate? Adjust the setting appropriately (p. 4). Is the output from another effects processor connected to the INPUT jack? Connect your mic directly to the INPUT jack.
Parameter ALL SOUND SETUP Explanation All settings will be initialized. All user sound settings will be initialized. Setup parameter settings will be initialized.
Cant store the recorded phrase
It is not possible to store a recorded phrase in the VE-20.
Cant overdub using Phrase Loop
Could the Phrase Loop parameter be set to Check? Overdubbing is not possible if this is set to Check. If you want to overdub, set the Phrase Loop parameter to Perform (p. 15).
VE-20: Vocal Processor
Nominal Input Level INPUT: -20 dBu (MicSens=40) Input Impedance Nominal Output Level Output Impedance Sound INPUT: 4 k ohms OUTPUT: -20 dBu PHONES/LINE: -4 dBu OUTPUT: 600 ohms PHONES/LINE: 66 ohms 30 (Preset) + 50 (User) Dimensions Weight Accessories Power Supply DC 9 V: Dry battery LR6/R6 (AA) type x 6, AC Adaptor (PSA series)
* Duration of continuous use with battery operation: Carbon: 2 hours, Alkaline: 8 hours These figures will vary depending on the actual conditions of use.
Current Draw 180 mA (9 V max.) 173 (W) x 158 (D) x 57 (H) mm 6-13/16 (W) x 6-1/4 (D) x 2-1/4 (H) inches 1.1 kg / 2 lbs 7 oz (including batteries) Owners Manual Leaflet (USING THE UNIT SAFELY, IMPORTANT NOTES, and Information) Dry battery LR6 (AA) type (Alkaline) x 6 AC Adaptor: PSA series
Maximum Recording 38 seconds Time (Monaural only) Display Connectors 16 characters, 2 lines (backlit LCD) INPUT jack (XLR type (balanced, phantom power +48 V), 1/4 inch TRS phone type (balanced)) OUTPUT jacks (XLR type) PHONES/LINE jack (Stereo 1/4 inch phone type) DC IN jack (DC 9 V)
0 dBu = 0.775 Vrms In the interest of product improvement, the specifications and/or appearance of this unit are subject to change without prior notice.
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BOSS ANNOUNCES VE-20 VOCAL PERFORMER
Quality BOSS Effects Designed Specifically For The Vocalist
Los Angeles, CA, September 1, 2009 BOSS is pleased to bring quality effects processing to the performing vocalist, all in the compact design and simplicity of a twin-pedal stompbox with the VE-20 Vocal Performer. The new, easy-to-use VE-20 has been designed from the ground up for singers and features some of the finest vocal-effects technology on the market. The VE-20 is ideal for all types of vocal expression, including traditional singing, narration, and beat boxing. The VE-20 comes with all the effects you need to add unique flair to your vocal performance. With the click of a footswitch, lush vocal doubling and harmonies, realtime pitch correction, delay, reverb, limiting, and special effects such as Distortion, Robot, Chromatic, Radio, and Strobe can be added. Layers and loops can also be created in real time with the onboard Phrase Looper. The tough BOSS construction of the VE-20, as well as its ability to run for hours on six AA batteries, makes the VE-20 the ultimate portable pedal for vocalists. With stereo XLR outputs, ! and XLR inputs, and a simple user interface, the VE-20 is perfect for serious live-performance or recording. More and more bands are incorporating vocal effects into their live and studio performances, says Paul Youngblood, President of BOSS. Were pleased to bring high quality BOSS effects to vocal performers everywhere. The VE-20 will be available in November 2009.
--------About BOSS BOSS, a division of Roland Corporation, has achieved legendary status among guitarists by offering a diverse, world-leading product lineup, which includes compact-effects processors, multi-effects processors, digital recorders, rhythm machines, metronomes, tuners, and more. For more information, visit http://www.BossUS.com. For an embeddable video of this product, please visit: http://www.youtube.com/bosschannel For high resolution images of this product, please visit: http://www.rolandus.com/media
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