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I Effects II Chorus II Flanger III Phaser Thanks to the continuous advances in musical technology, you have the flexibility, power, and capability of producing sonic creations never before thought possible.
Preset Switches - These 4 footswitches are used to select Presets, access the Tuner, turn individual effects on and off, change Amp Channels, select functions in Learn-A-Lick mode, or bypass the RP While in performance mode, the LEDs in the 9 buttons across the top of the Matrix will provide a visual indication of which effects are in use for the current Preset. Page 7 Section One - Introduction 6. Mode Buttons- These 6 buttons are used to select various modes in which the RP will function.
The top three buttons perform single functions while the bottom three buttons perform dual functions based upon the current operation of the RP Page 8: The Rear Panel 8. Output Level - This knob controls the overall volume level of the signal coming out of the RP Power Input - This jack is used to power the RP Use only the DigiTech PS power supply provided. There is no power switch on the RP To turn the RP on or off, simply connect or disconnect the power supply from an AC outlet. Connect the guitar to the input of the RP Connect from the outputs of the RP to the channel inputs of the mixing console.
Presets can be recalled with the Footswitches or the Data Wheel. The Factory Presets will not allow you to store any changes to them. The User Presets are locations where your creations may be stored. In Preset mode, the Bank switch will advance Banks with single presses or reverse Banks if held down.
In FX mode, the Bank switch will advance Presets with single presses or reverse Presets if held down. The Control switch is used to control a Parameter of your choice in real time, or to change Banks. Once in the Edit mode, the buttons in the matrix can be used to access the effects. This is very useful for picking out the notes of a fast solo passage. There are 6 functions for Learn-A-Lick. The RP lets you create your own Presets, or fine tune existing Presets to suit your needs.
When creating or editing a sound, you must first start with one of the User or Factory Presets. When editing a Preset, the Store LED will light indicating that you have changed a Parameter and need to store the changes. The following steps outline the procedure for storing a Preset 1. With stomp boxes, the order in which they are connected can make a big difference in how good the overall sound is.
The RP has the Effects connected in the most logical, and best sounding order. Only one effect from this column can be used at a time. After choosing the type of effect from this module, you can then adjust the individual parameters of the selected effect. Fender, Matchless, and Mesa Boogie, are trademarks of their respective companies and are in no way associated with DigiTech.
Higher amounts of Gain will produce more break up or distortion. Gain ranges from 0 to Gain is not available on the Acoustic or Direct Modeling selections. As you speak into the microphone, your instrument will mimic any words that you say. Page Chorus Section Three - Effects and Parameters Chorus Chorus A Chorus adds a short delay to your signal and modulates the delay time which takes the delayed signal slightly in and out of tune.
The delayed signal is then mixed back with the original signal to create a thicker sound as if two guitars were playing the same part. Ranges from 0 to The Envelope alters your sound based upon how hard you play.
The softer that you play, the less intense the sweep of the Wah will be. The harder you play, the more intense the sweep will be. Controls the number of repeats for the Delay.
Ranges from 0 to 99, and rphold infinite repeats. The Feedback Parameter is not available with the Reverse Delay. Page Section Four - Tutorial Section Four - Tutorial Section Four - Tutorial A Guided Example Suppose you wanted to create your own dual channel Preset which gave your single coil pickup a humbucker sound, used no Compression, had Wah before the Amp Modeling, the ripping distortion of a Rectified Amp with boosted bass on the red channel, the warm sounds of a vintage Tweed in the Green Channel, a Noise Gate that opens quickly, a clas- sic Phaser sound, no Delay, and a little bit of a Hall reverb.
The following steps will guide you through the procedure for creating just such a Preset in the RP Press the Talker button which will give us access to the Noise Gate Parameters. Our Example did not call for the use of the Talker effect so if necessary, rotate the Data Wheel to set the Talker to bypass. Press the Delay button and if necessary, rotate the Data Wheel until the Display reads bypass.
Adjust the Reverb In our example Preset we also wanted a little bit of Hall Reverb to provide some ambience. If we changed Presets or turned the RP off without storing these settings, it would forget what we had done and revert back to the original Preset.
Press the Store button once. The first letter in the Display begins to flash which is asking us to rename the Preset. The Rhythm mode plays sampled drum beats in an infinite loop and lets you to select different patterns, change tempo, and adjust the volume level.
When the Rhythm mode is activat- ed, the drum samples are mixed with your guitar signal at the left, right, and headphone outputs of the RP, and at the Digital Output if the Dry Track feature is off. Note:The Rhythm mode must be disabled to access the Assign menus. The waveform con- trols the abruptness of change between the minimum and maximum values.
This can save time when your application requires the use of the Cabinet Modeling on all Presets. To access the Global Cabinet Modeling, press the Utility button and scroll to the left or right until the display shows cabloc Cabinet Local , or cabglb Cabinet Global. When set to Global, all Presets will have the Cabinet Modeling enabled, regardless of whether it was programmed into a Preset or not. When set to Local, the Cabinet Modeling will only be enabled on Presets which were programmed with it on.
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