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B2 Bass Multi-Effects Pedal Stomp Boxes The ZOOM B2 Multi-Effects Pedal is a multifaceted practice recording and performance tool for bass. Combining multiple effects 13 modeled bass tones based on the best amps and cabinets ever made and a built-in drum machine the B2 gives you great bass tone in any situation. - A combination of 24-bit/96 k - Hz sampling and 32-bit signal processing gives your bass the power and clarity to punch through the mix whether live or on disc. If the bass sound you... Read more
Part Numbers: B2, ZOO B2
UPC: 04515260006007, 4515260006007
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User reviews and opinions
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS / Usage Precautions
In this manual, symbols are used to highlight warnings and cautions for you to read so that accidents can be prevented. The meanings of these symbols are as follows:
This symbol indicates explanations about extremely dangerous matters. If users ignore this symbol and Warning handle the device the wrong way, serious injury or death could result. This symbol indicates explanations about dangerous matters. If users ignore this symbol and handle the device the wrong way, bodily injury and damage to the equipment could result.
Never place objects lled with liquids, such as vases, on the B2.1u since this can cause electric shock. Do not place naked ame sources, such as lighted candles, on the B2.1u since this can cause re. The B2.1u is a precision instrument. Do not exert undue pressure on the keys and other controls. Also take care not to drop the unit, and do not subject it to shock or excessive pressure. Take care that no foreign objects (coins or pins etc.) or liquids can enter the unit.
Connecting cables and input and output jacks
You should always turn off the power to the B2.1u and all other equipment before connecting or disconnecting any cables. Also make sure to disconnect all connection cables and the power cord before moving the B2.1u.
Please observe the following safety tips and precautions to ensure hazard-free use of the B2.1u.
Since power consumption of this unit is fairly high, we recommend the use of an AC adapter whenever possible. When powering the unit from batteries, use only alkaline types. [AC adapter operation]
Be sure to use only an AC adapter which supplies 9 V DC, 300 mA and is equipped with a "center minus" plug (Zoom AD-0006). The use of an adapter other than the specied type may damage the unit and pose a safety hazard. Connect the AC adapter only to an AC outlet that supplies the rated voltage required by the adapter. When disconnecting the AC adapter from the AC outlet, always grasp the adapter itself and do not pull at the cable. During lightning or when not using the unit for an extended period, disconnect the AC adapter from the AC outlet.
Never open the case of the B2.1u or attempt to modify the product in any way since this can result in damage to the unit.
Do not use the B2.1u at a loud volume for a long time since this can cause hearing impairment.
For safety considerations, the B2.1u has been designed to provide maximum protection against the emission of electromagnetic radiation from inside the device, and protection from external interference. However, equipment that is very susceptible to interference or that emits powerful electromagnetic waves should not be placed near the B2.1u, as the possibility of interference cannot be ruled out entirely. With any type of digital control device, the B2.1u included, electromagnetic interference can cause malfunctioning and can corrupt or destroy data. Care should be taken to minimize the risk of damage.
Use four conventional IEC R6 (size AA) batteries (alkaline). The B2.1u cannot be used for recharging. Pay close attention to the labelling of the battery to make sure you choose the correct type. When not using the unit for an extended period, remove the batteries from the unit. If battery leakage has occurred, wipe the battery compartment and the battery terminals carefully to remove all remnants of battery uid. While using the unit, the battery compartment cover should be closed.
Use a soft, dry cloth to clean the B2.1u. If necessary, slightly moisten the cloth. Do not use abrasive cleanser, wax, or solvents (such as paint thinner or cleaning alcohol), since these may dull the nish or damage the surface.
To prevent the risk of re, electric shock or malfunction, avoid using your B2.1u in environments where it will be exposed to:
Extreme temperatures Heat sources such as radiators or stoves High humidity or moisture Excessive dust or sand Excessive vibration or shock
Please keep this manual in a convenient place for future reference.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS / Usage Precautions.. 2
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS... 2 Usage Precautions... 2
Features.... 4 Terms Used in This Manual.. 5 Controls and Functions / Connections.. 6 Selecting a Patch... 8 Using the Tuner... 10 Using the Rhythm Function.. 12 Editing a Patch... 14 Storing/Copying Patches... 16 Using the Built-in Expression Pedal.. 18 Other Functions... 20
Making settings for the internal expression pedal. 20 Adjusting the sensitivity of the built-in expression pedal.. 20 Using an external expression pedal (FP01/FP02).. 21 Using a foot switch (FS01)... 21 Using the B2.1u as audio interface for a computer.. 22 Use as a direct box... 23
Restoring Factory Defaults.. 24 Linking Effects.... 25 Effect Types and Parameters... 26
How to read the parameter table... 26
COMP/LIMIT... 27 WAH/EFX... 27 DRIVE/SYNTH... 29 ZNR/MIX.... 30 LO EQ... 30 HI EQ... 31 MOD/SFX... 31 DELAY... 33 REVERB... 33 CONTROL... 34
Specifications.... 35 Troubleshooting... 35
B2.1u Preset Pattern.. Back cover
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 instructions, 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.
Thank you for selecting the ZOOM B2.1u (hereafter simply called the "B2.1u"). The B2.1u is a multi effect processor with the following features and functions.
Latest technology for outstanding performance
96 kHz / 24 bit sampling (with 32 bit internal processing) assures excellent sound quality. The B2.1u carves out a sonic outline in superb detail while preserving the original sound character of the bass guitar. The B2.1u also has a USB connection and can be used as a direct bass guitar/computer interface. Versatile palette of effects Out of a total of 47 effects, up to nine (including ZNR) can be used simultaneously. The dazzling choices provided by the B2.1u include distortion effects modeled on famous amps and compact effects, compressor/ limiter effects for dynamic punch, a parametric equalizer essential for working on sonic nuances, as well as various delay and modulation effects. Both in quality and versatility, the B2.1u far surpasses anything in its class. You can even transform the output into a cool synth bass or fretless bass sound. Really usable patches straight out of the box Effect module combinations are stored and called up in units referred to as patches. The B2.1u comes with a full complement of 40 read-only plus 40 user-programmable patches, giving you 80 great reasons to start grooving. Great for live performances and direct recording The distortion effects have a special parameter that selects whether to apply only the head amp characteristics or add also the cabinet sound. This lets you use the B2.1u effectively not only for a live performance but also when feeding the signal directly to a recorder. XLR connector for direct output In addition to the [OUTPUT/PHONES] jack, the B2.1u features an XLR connector for sending a balanced line-level signal to equipment such as a PA mixer or recording console. The signal can be derived from a point before or after effect processing. A ground lift switch is also provided, which is useful to prevent hum in the direct output caused by ground loops. Integrated auto-chromatic tuner and rhythm functions Realistic PCM sound sources are available to auto-play a number of rhythm patterns. This is convenient for use as a metronome during practice or to provide a simple rhythm part for a quick session. An autochromatic tuner for bass guitar is also built right into the unit, including a function for silent tuning which lets you easily tune your instrument on stage. Sophisticated user interface The combination of a rotary type selector and three parameter knobs make the effect editing process intuitive and quick. The mute interval when switching patches has been reduced to less than 8 milliseconds. Seamless patch changing is now a reality. Dual power supply principle allows use anywhere The B2.1u can be powered from four IEC R6 (size AA) batteries or an AC adapter. Continuous operating time on batteries is approximately 6 hours with alkaline batteries. Easy operation with expression pedal and foot switch An optional foot switch (FS01) or expression pedal (FP01/FP02) can be connected to the [CONTROL IN] jack. The foot switch is convenient for quickly toggling effect programs, setting the tempo of the rhythm function, turning delay hold on and off, etc. A connected expression pedal lets you adjust the volume in real time.
RHYTHM [R/P] key
Serves to start/stop rhythm playback.
Shows patch numbers, setting values, and other information about operating the B2.1u.
Lets you adjust the volume or various effect parameters in real time during play.
Serves for connecting the bass guitar.
[DC IN] jack
An AC adapter (ZOOM AD-0006) with a rated output of 9 volts DC, 300 mA (center minus plug) can be plugged into this jack.
Turns the unit on and off.
FP01/FP02 FS01 Headphones
[CONTROL IN] jack
Serves for connection of the optional foot switch (FS01) or expression pedal (FP01/FP02).
This stereo phone jack serves for connection to the bass guitar amplifier or for monitoring with headphones. It is also possible to use a Y cable for sending the output to two amplifiers, to produce a spacious stereo effect sound.
Bass Guitar amplifiers
Selecting a Patch
To try out the various effects of the B2.1u, we recommend that you simply play your instrument while switching patches.
Turn power on
Use a shielded cable with mono phone plug to connect the bass guitar to the [INPUT] jack of the B2.1u. When using the B2.1u with the AC adapter, plug the adapter into the outlet and plug the cable from the adapter into the [DC IN] jack on the B2.1u. Set the [POWER] switch on the rear panel of the B2.1u to ON. Turn the bass guitar amplifier on and adjust the volume to a suitable position.
Set the B2.1u to play mode
If the Module selector is set to a position other than "PLAY", set it to "PLAY".
The bank and patch that were selected when the power was last turned off will appear on the display.
Bank name Patch number
Immediately after turning the B2.1u on, the unit will be in play mode, even if the Module selector is set to a position other than "PLAY".
Select a patch
To switch the patch, press one of the [W]/[Q] foot switches.
Pressing the [W] foot switch calls up the next lower patch, and pressing the [Q] foot switch calls up the next higher patch. Repeatedly pressing one foot switch cycles through patches in the order A0 A9. d0 d09. A0, or the reverse order.
Adjust tone and volume
To adjust the effect sound and volume levels in play mode, the Parameter knobs can be used. Each knob controls a specific parameter.
Parameter knob 1
Adjusts the CABINET parameter of the DRIVE/SYNTH module (cabinet simulator effect intensity).
Parameter knob 3
Adjusts the PATCH LEVEL parameter (output level of the entire patch).
Parameter knob 2
Adjusts the TONE parameter of the DRIVE/SYNTH module (mainly distortion sound character).
Select the store/copy target bank
To select the store/copy target bank, use the BANK [-]/[+] keys.
Only a bank of the user area (A d) can be selected as store/copy target bank.
To cancel the store process
To cancel the store process, operate the Module selector before pressing the [STORE] key again ( ).
Press the [STORE] key once more
When the store/copy process is completed, the B2.1u returns to the previous mode, with the target patch being selected.
Specify the store/copy target patch number
To specify the store/copy target patch number, use the [W]/[Q] foot switches.
Using the Built-in Expression Pedal
The expression pedal on the top panel of the B2.1u lets you adjust the effect sound or the volume in real time during play. Which element is controlled by the pedal can be selected for each patch individually.
Select the patch for which the expression pedal is to be used Select the element to be controlled by the expression pedal
Press the [PEDAL ASSIGN] key to select the element to be controlled by the expression pedal. The row of LEDs above the key shows which element is currently selected.
The respective selection is indicated as follows. All LEDs are out The expression pedal has no effect. VOLUME The expression pedal controls the volume for the entire patch. DRIVE MIX MIX BALANCE parameter of ZNR/MIX module WAH/EFX, MOD/SFX, DELAY, REVERB Respective module parameter
Which parameter will be changed by the expression pedal depends on the effect type selected for the respective module. For details, see pages 27 - 33. The pattern in which the parameter changes when the expression pedal is operated can be selected in edit mode from four choices. For details, see page 34. If the module to which the expression pedal was assigned is set to OFF in the patch, the LED flashes. In this case, operating the expression pedal has no effect. If DRIVE MIX is selected, the LED flashes when the DRIVE/SYNTH module (not the ZNR/MIX module) is off.
Operate the pedal
While playing your instrument, move the expression pedal up or down.
The B2.1u goes into edit mode. You can now make settings for the expression pedal or foot switch.
Turn Parameter knob 2 to select one of the following functions for the foot switch.
dM (delay input mute)
The foot switch controls muting on/off for the delay module input signal. HINT
For information on effect parameters supporting the tap function, see pages 27 33. To use the hold function, an effect type that supports the hold function must be selected in the patch. For details, see page 33. While the delay module is set to hold or mute, the dot in the center of the display flashes.
The foot switch controls bypass or mute on/off. This has the same effect as pressing both [W]/ [Q] foot switches at the same time in play mode.
tP (tap tempo)
Pressing the foot switch repeatedly can be used to set the interval for the rhythm function or to make settings for effect parameters supporting the tap function. This has the same effect as pressing the [TAP] key.
bU (bank up)
Select the patch in play mode and operate the foot switch. The selected function will be activated. This function applies to all patches.
Each push of the foot switch switches to the next higher bank. This has the same effect as pressing the BANK [+] key.
rH (rhythm on/off)
Using the B2.1u as audio interface for a computer
By connecting the [USB] connector of the B2.1u to a computer, the B2.1u can be used as an audio interface with integrated AD/DA converter and effects. The operating environment conditions for this type of use are as follows.
Compatible operating system Windows XP MacOS X (10.2 or later) Quantization
The foot switch controls start/stop of the rhythm function. This has the same effect as pressing the RHYTHM [R/P] key.
dH (delay hold)
The foot switch controls on/off of the delay hold function. When a patch using the hold function is selected, pressing the foot switch will activate hold, causing the current delay sound to be repeated (see illustration at the bottom of this page). Pressing the foot switch once more cancels the hold condition, and the delay sound will decay normally.
processing, select the "PRE" position (switch disengaged).
Bass guitar [OUTPUT/PHONES]
In certain configurations, a ground loop (electrical signal loop created because devices within the same system are connected to a separate ground) may occur, leading to noise problems (audible hum). In such a case, try setting the [GROUND] switch to "LIFT". This may help to eliminate or reduce the noise. HINT
The [PRE/POST] switch lets you control the type of signal supplied at the [BALANCED OUT] connector. To use the signal after effect processing, select the "POST" position (switch engaged). To use the signal before effect
The [GROUND] switch determines whether the [BALANCED OUT] connector is grounded or not. When the switch is set to the "LIFT" position (switch engaged), the ground pin of the [BALANCED OUT] connector is uncoupled from the signal path. This can be effective in eliminating or reducing hum noise caused by a ground loop.
In the factory default condition, the patches of the user area (A0 d9) contain the same settings as the patches of the preset area (00 39). Even after overwriting the user patches, their original content can be restored in a single operation ("All Initialize" function). Turn the B2.1u on while holding down the [STORE] key. The indication "AL" appears on the display.
All patch settings are returned to the factory default condition, and the unit switches to play mode. To cancel All Initialize, press the RHYTHM [R/P] key instead of the [STORE] key. NOTE
When you carry out All Initialize, any newly created patches that were stored in the user area will be deleted (overwritten). Perform this operation with care to prevent losing any patches that you want to keep.
To carry out the All Initialize function, press the [STORE] key once more.
The patches of the B2.1u consist of nine serially linked effect modules, as shown in the illustration below. You can use all effect modules together or selectively use certain modules by setting them to on or off.
These are the parameters that can be adjusted with Parameter knobs when the effect type is selected. The setting range for each parameter is shown. Three-digit setting values are shown with a dot between the two numerals. Example: 1 98, 1.0 = 1 98, 100
The Module selector symbol shows the position of the knob at which this module/parameter is called up.
Effect module Effect type
This is a delay module which allows long delay times and use of the hold function. DELAY
HOLD This is a delay with a maximum setting of 5000 ms. PD Pd PINGPONG DELAY HOLD This is a ping-pong type delay where the delay sound alternates between left and right. EC EC ECHO HOLD This effect simulates a tape echo with a long delay time of up to 5000 ms. These three effect types have the same parameters.
1 99, 1.0 5.0
0 98, 1.0
TAP Adjusts the delay time. In the
range from ms, the adjustment is made in 10-ms steps (1 99). For 1 second and above, the adjustment is made in 100-ms steps (1.0 2.0).
Adjusts the feedback amount.
Adjusts the mixing ratio of original sound and effect sound.
A pedal icon ( ) in the listing indicates a parameter that can be controlled with the built-in expression pedal. Specify the respective module as modulation target for the expression pedal ( p. 20), and then select the respective effect type of the module. The parameter can then be controlled in real time with a connected expression pedal.
A [TAP] key icon ( ) in the listing indicates a parameter that can be set by hitting the [TAP] key. In edit mode, when the respective module/effect type is selected, repeatedly hitting the [TAP] key will set the parameter according to the key press interval (modulation cycle, delay time, etc.). In play mode, if the DELAY module is ON for the currently selected patch, repeatedly hitting the [TAP] key will temporarily change the parameter.
A foot switch icon ( ) in the listing indicates an effect type for which hold can be turned on and off with the foot switch (FS01). Set the foot switch function to "dH" (delay hold) ( p. 22) for the respective patch. When this patch is then selected in play mode, the hold function can be switched on and off by pressing the foot switch.
COMP/LIMIT (Compressor/Limiter) module
This module includes a compressor that keeps the overall signal level within a certain range by attenuating high-level signal components or boosting low-level signal components, and a limiter that suppresses peak components. COMPRESSOR CP CP The compressor attenuates high-level signal components and boosts low-level signal components to keep the overall signal level within a certain range.
Main effect Pedal setting
AMPEG PHASER ODB-3 AUTO WAH CHORUS & ECHO SWR MONO SYN & PHASER TREMOLO DEFRET MONO SYN & STEP AMPEG SWR SUPER BASS TRACE ELLIOT BASSMAN ACOUSTIC HARTKE TUBE PRE SANSAMP TS9 MXR BASS D.I.+ ODB-3 FUZZ FACE CHORUS & ACOUSTIC AMPEG AUTO WAH & PITCH TUBE PRE COMP & HARTKE SUPER BASS TUBE PRE TUBE PRE SANSAMP MONO SYN FLANGER OCTAVE VOLUME PHASER RATE FLANGER RATE (OFF) AUTO WAH SENSE ECHO MIX DELAY MIX PHASER RATE TREMOLO RATE ROOM MIX STEP RATE VOLUME VOLUME VOLUME VOLUME VOLUME VOLUME VOLUME VOLUME DRIVE MIX DRIVE MIX PEDAL PITCH 2oct DOWN DRIVE MIX DRIVE MIX ROOM MIX ROOM MIX
A3 AUTO WAH
A4 Yes! A5
A6 Sublime A7 Tremolo A8 No Worries A9 DELAY B0 SVT B1 SWR B2 BASS
B3 TRACE B4 BASSMAN
B5 ACOUSTIC B6 HARTKE B7 TUBE B8 SANSAMP B9 SCREAMER C0 MXR C1 ODB C2 FUZZ FACE C3 Slang C4 Slapstick C5 BootSea
PITCH SHIFTER BALANCE
VOLUME DELAY MIX (OFF) PEDAL WAH (OFF) ROOM MIX ROOM MIX VOLUME DRIVE MIX FLANGER RATE OCTAVE LEVEL HPS MIX OCTAVE LEVEL ROOM MIX VOLUME DRIVE MIX
C6 Mo'Soul C7 Heavy Comp C8 Leadist C9 Fingers D0 With Vinny D1 Little Muddy D2 Synth Bass D3 Stream D4 -12 Below
Groovin' In Your
D5 Harmony D6 Octave
HARMONIZED PITCH SHIFTER
FUZZ FACE & OCTAVE BASSMAN
D7 Pop Style D8 ManTap D9 Thumbs
PINGPONGDELAY & HALL AUTO RESONANCE FILTER
The preset area of banks 0 - 3 contains the same patches as A - d. The ZNR value may need to be adjusted depending on the bass guitar and amplier. In play mode, parameter knob 1 can be used to adjust the CABINET parameter of the DRIVE/ SYNTH module. Higher values result in stronger cabinet character. When using a bass amplier, selecting the at EQ setting is recommended.
Manufacturer names and product names mentioned in this patch list are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. These names as well as artist's names are used only to illustrate sonic characteristics and do not indicate any afliation with ZOOM CORPORATION.
B2.1u PATCHLIST 1.0
USB/Cubase LE Startup Guide
This USB/Cubase LE Startup Guide explains how to install Cubase LE on a computer, how to make the connection and settings of this unit, and how to record your instrument play.
Cubase LE Installation Connections and Preparations Recording with Cubase LE
Cubase LE Installation
Connections and Preparations
Recording with Cubase LE
Start Cubase LE.
To connect this unit to a computer running Windows XP and to enable audio input/output, proceed as follows.
To connect this unit to a computer running MacOS X and enable audio input/output, proceed as follows.
Install Cubase LE on the computer.
When you insert the CD-ROM supplied with this product into the CDROM drive of the computer, the installer will start up automatically. Follow the on-screen instructions to install Cubase LE.
A window asking whether to check the audio input/output port appears. Click OK to perform the check.
Insert the CD-ROM supplied with this product into the CD-ROM drive of the Macintosh computer.
The "Cubase LE" icon appears on the desktop.
After Cubase LE has started up, access the "Devices" menu, select "Device Setup." and click "VST Multitrack" in the list of devices.
Double-click the icon to open it, and use the "Cubase LE Installer" to install Cubase LE.
Connect this unit to the computer using a USB cable.
Guitar or other instrument
If another device is selected, use the pull-down menu to change the selection to "USB Audio CODEC". When the setting has been made, close Audio MIDI Setup.
Audio system or other hi-fi playback equipment
Check whether "ASIO Multimedia Driver" is selected as ASIO driver in the right part of the device setup window.
If you monitor the audio signal during recording via the audio output of the computer, there will be an audible latency. Be sure to use the [OUTPUT] jack of this unit to monitor the signal. When a device designed to use USB power is powered via the USB cable, insufficient power may result in unstable operation or error indications appearing on the display. In such a case, power the device from an AC adapter or batteries. Use a high-quality USB cable and keep the connection as short as possible. If power is supplied to a device designed to use USB power via a USB cable that is more than 3 meters in length, the low voltage warning indication may appear.
Click the "Control Panel" button in the device setup window. In the window that appears, click the "Advanced Options" button.
In the advanced options window, check whether "USB Audio CODEC" is selected as input port and output port.
HINT Connect this unit to the computer using a USB cable.
The Cubase LE program is installed in the "Applications" folder.
When Cubase LE has started up, access the "Devices" menu, select "Device Setup.", and click "VST Multitrack" in the list of devices.
Check whether "USB Audio CODEC(2)" is selected as ASIO driver in the right part of the device setup window.
USB cable Audio system or other hi-fi playback equipment
No special steps are necessary for canceling the USB connection. Simply disconnect the USB cable from the computer.
If not selected, click the respective box to place a check mark in it. When the setting has been made, click the OK buttons to close the windows and return to the normal post-startup Cubase LE screen.
When you connect this unit for the first time to a computer running Windows XP, a message saying "New Hardware Found" will appear. Before proceeding, wait a while until this message disappears.
From the "Start" menu, select "Control Panel" and double-click "Sounds and Audio Devices".
The sounds and audio devices properties screen appears. Click the "Audio" tab and check whether "USB Audio CODEC" is selected as default device for audio playback and recording.
By clicking the Move up/Move down button in the advanced options window, you can change the priority sequence setting of the currently selected port. If you move "USB Audio CODEC" to the top of the list, it will also be at the top in the following VST input window. When you edit any of the settings in the advanced settings window, a window asking whether to check the audio input/output port appears. Click OK to perform the check.
If another item is selected, use the pull-down menu to change the selection. When the setting has been made, click the OK button to close the window.
Access the "Devices" menu and select "VST Inputs". The VST inputs window appears. Check whether the input port is active.
Open the "Applications" folder and then the "Utilities" folder, and double-click "Audio MIDI Setup".
The Audio MIDI Setup screen appears. Click "Audio Devices" and check whether "USB Audio CODEC" is selected as default input/default output.
If the Active button is Off (grayed out), click the button to set it to On.
If the Active button is Off (grayed out), click the button to set it to On. If another device is selected, use the "Default Device" pull-down menu to change the selection to "USB Audio CODEC". When the setting has been made, click the OK button to close the sounds and audio devices properties screen.
When multiple input ports are available for selection, you should scroll or enlarge the window and check the enable/disable settings for all ports.
Then click here
If you monitor the audio signal during recording via the audio output of the computer, there will be an audible delay. Be sure to use the [OUTPUT] jack of this unit to monitor the signal. When this unit is operated on USB bus power via the USB cable, insufficient power may result in unstable operation or error indications appearing on the display. In such a case, power the device from an AC adapter or batteries. Use a high-quality USB cable and keep the connection as short as possible. If USB bus power is supplied to this unit via a USB cable that is more than 3 meters in length, the low voltage warning indication may appear.
Computer USB cable Audio system or other hi-fi playback equipment
The window that appears lets you set the latency and sampling frequency for the ASIO driver. The latency should be set to a value that is as low as possible without causing sound dropouts during recording and playback.
The Audio MIDI Setup screen appears. Click "Audio Devices" and check whether "USB Audio CODEC" is selected as default input/ default output.
If another item is selected, use the pull-down menu to change the selection to "USB Audio CODEC (2)". When the setting has been made, click the OK button to close the window.
When the setting is complete, click the OK buttons in the respective windows to return to the startup condition of Cubase LE 4.
When you connect this unit for the first time to a computer running Windows Vista, a message saying "New Hardware Found" will appear. Before proceeding, wait a while until this message disappears.
From the "Devices" menu of Cubase LE 4, select "VST Connections" and select the device containing the string "Zm In (Out)" ( "USB Audio CODEC" for MacOS X) as input port and output port.
New audio track
When the monitoring button is enabled, the level meter next to the fader shows the input level to the audio track. When the monitoring button is disabled, the meter fader shows the audio track output level.
When the recording level has been adjusted, click the monitoring button to disable it.
The input level is no longer shown on the meter, and the signal returned to this unit via the computer is muted. In this condition, only the signal before sending to the computer can be monitored via the [OUTPUT] jack of this unit.
While using Cubase LE 4, other applications may slow down drastically or a message such as "Cannot synchronize with USB audio interface" may appear. If this happens frequently, consider taking the following steps to optimize the operation conditions for Cubase LE 4. (1) Shut down other applications besides Cubase LE 4. In particular, check for resident software and other utilities.
Access the "Devices" menu of Cubase LE 4 and select "Mixer".
The mixer window appears. This window shows the channel assigned to the created track, and the master channel.
Verify that the transport panel is being shown.
Perform the following steps here.
he Add Track window for specifying the number of audio tracks and the stereo/mono setting appears.
(2) Reduce plug-ins (effects, instruments) used by Cubase LE 4. When there is a high number of plug-ins, the computer's processing power may not be able to keep up. Reducing the number of tracks for simultaneous playback can also be helpful. (3) Power the unit from an AC adapter. When a device designed to use USB power is powered via the USB port, the current supply may sometimes fluctuate, leading to problems. See if using an AC adapter improves operation. If applications still run very slowly or the computer itself does not function properly, disconnect this unit from the computer and shut down Cubase LE 4. Then reconnect the USB cable and start Cubase LE 4 again.
Click monitoring button so that it lights up in orange. Stop button Select number of tracks Select stereo/mono setting Click recording standby button so that it lights up in red, to activate recording standby condition. Record button
Recording starts. As you play your instrument, the waveform appears in real time in the project window. To stop recording, click the Stop button in the transport panel.
In this example, set the number of tracks to "1" and select stereo, then click the OK button. A new stereo audio track is added to the project window.
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