Yamaha UD-Stomp Owner`s manual

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1.
Read all Safety Instructions, Installation Instructions,
Special Message Section items, and any Assembly Instructions
found in this manual BEFORE making any connections, including connection to the main supply.
2.
Do not attempt to service this product beyond that
described in the user-maintenance instructions. All other servicing should be referred to qualified service personnel.
3.
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exists about the supply voltage in your area, please contact your
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For name plate location, please refer to the graphic found in the
Special Message Section of this manual.
4.
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be grounded and therefore has been equipped with a three pin
attachment plug. If this product should malfunction, the ground
pin provides a path of low resistance for electrical current,
reducing the risk of electrical shock. If your wall socket will not
accommodate this type plug, contact an electrician to have the
outlet replaced in accordance with local electrical codes. Do
NOT modify the plug or change the plug to a different type!
5.
WARNING: Do not place this product or any other
objects on the power cord or place it in a position where anyone
could walk on, trip over, or roll anything over power or connecting cords of any kind. The use of an extension cord is not
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wire size for a 25' cord (or less) is 18 AWG. NOTE: The smaller
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longer extension cords, consult a local electrician.
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8.
This product was NOT designed for use in wet/damp
locations and should not be used near water or exposed to rain.
Examples of wet /damp locations are; near a swimming pool,
spa, tub, sink, or wet basement.
9.
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exist.
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a. The power supply cord has been damaged; or
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d. The product does not operate, exhibits a marked change
in performance; or
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product has been damaged.
13. This product, either alone or in combination with an
amplifier and headphones or speaker/s, may be capable of
producing sound levels that could cause permanent hearing loss.
DO NOT operate for a long period of time at a high volume
level or at a level that is uncomfortable. If you experience any
hearing loss or ringing in the ears, you should consult an audiologist.
IMPORTANT: The louder the sound, the shorter the time
period before damage occurs.
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Owner’s Manual
Thank you for purchasing the Yamaha UD-Stomp.
To fully understand the functions and to obtain maximum life from this device, please read this Owner’s Manual
carefully before using. Also, after reading this manual
please keep it in a safe place for future reference.
Contents
Precautions .................................................. 5
Nomenclature ............................................... 6
■ Top Panel ......................................................... 6
■ Rear Panel ....................................................... 9
Connections ............................................... 10
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Connecting the Power .................................... 10
Connecting the UD-Stomp ............................. 10
Connecting Headphones ................................ 11
Digital Output .................................................. 11
Connecting an Expression (EXP) Pedal ......... 11
Connecting MIDI Devices ............................... 11
Using the UD-Stomp .................................. 12
■ Preparation ....................................................
• Selecting an Effect Band ................................
• Setting the Delay Time ....................................
• Setting the Feedback ......................................
• Setting the Filters ............................................
• Setting the Pan ...............................................
• Setting the Delay Level ...................................
• Setting the Tap ................................................
• Setting the Modulation ....................................
• Connecting Multiple Effect Bands (CONNECT) ......
• Grouping Multiple Effect Bands (GROUP) ......
• Syncing Multiple Effect Bands (SYNC) ...........
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Selecting a Wave (WAVE) ..............................
Setting the Phase (PHASE) ............................
Setting the Effect and Direct Volume Levels ...
Setting the Pan of the Direct Sound ...............
Setting the Output Volume ..............................
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Selecting and Saving Patches .................. 19
■ Try Selecting Another Patch .......................... 19
■ Create and Store a Patch .............................. 21
Convenient Functions ............................... 22
External Control Settings .......................... 24
Utility Mode ................................................. 25
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About the Utility Mode ....................................
MIDI Functions ...............................................
External Control Settings ...............................
EXP Pedal Settings ........................................
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Trouble Shooting ........................................ 28
Error Messages .......................................... 28
Specifications ............................................. 29
MIDI Implementation Chart ....................... 30
Precautions
• Avoid using the UD-Stomp in the following locations to prevent possible damage:
• In direct sunlight or next to heating equipment.
• In extremely cold or hot locations.
• Locations exposed to high humidity or excessive dust.
• Locations subject to strong shocks or vibration.
• Before making any connections, make sure that the power is switched OFF on the UD-Stomp
and any external devices.
• To protect speakers from possible damage, always set the OUTPUT knob to “0” before switching
the power ON/OFF.
• When connecting any devices to this unit, make sure that the power is switched OFF first.
• Do not apply excessive force to the switches, knobs and controls.
• The UD-Stomp is a precision device. Handle it with care and avoid dropping or jarring it.
• Operating temperatures will rise during use. Make sure the UD-Stomp is used in a well-ventilated
are.
• For safety, always remove the power adaptor from the AC wall outlet if there is any danger of
lightning striking in your area.
• Keep the UD-Stomp away from neon signs or fluorescent lighting to prevent noise pickup.
• To prevent damage and possibly electrical shock, never open the case and tamper with the
internal circuitry.
• Never use benzene, thinner or other volatile liquids for cleaning, as these chemicals may cause
damage or discoloration to the finish. Always use a dry, soft cloth to wipe off dust and dirt.
About the Backup Battery
A backup battery (lithium battery) is used to keep internal data (settings) from being lost, even when
the power cord is unplugged. Internal data will be lost when battery power is depleted, so it is recommended that data be stored to an external data recorder such as the Yamaha MIDI Data Filer MDF3
(→ page 26), or keep records of settings in memo form. The average battery life span is about 3
years. When replacement becomes necessary contact the music store where the unit was purchased, or a qualified service representative, to perform the replacement.
• Do not attempt to replace the backup battery by yourself.
• Keep the backup battery out of reach of children.
• “E
5” appears in the display when the battery becomes depleted. Internal data may be lost.
• Data may be lost if the unit is improperly handled or if repairs are performed.
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Nomenclature
■ Top Panel
Display & Main Section
Controller Section
Footswitch Section
● Display & Main Section
e Utility Button (UTILITY)
Enters the Utility Mode. (→ page 25)
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t
q Up Button (UP)
w Down Button (DOWN)
Press to change the Patch Number by +1/-1. Hold
to change the Group Number by +1/-1. Simultaneously press the [UP] and [DOWN] buttons to
switch between the USER ↔ PRESET Areas.
Also, their flashing lamps are used to indicate the
relationship between the patch data value and the
knob’s position.
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r Store Button (STORE)
Enters the Store Mode. (→ page 21)
t Display
Displays memory numbers, parameter setting values, etc.
Nomenclature
● Controller Section
u
i
!4
!5
!6
!7
!8
!9
o
!0
!1
!2
!3
@0
@1
y
y ASSIGNABLE CONTROL
You can assign one of the functions of Effect Parameter Controllers o - @0 to this knob. (→ page
24)
u EFFECT BAND 1-8
Switches the corresponding EFFECT BAND 1-8 ON/
OFF and selects an Effect Band for editing.
* To switch the effect ON→OFF, hold the button down until
“oFF” appears in the display.
* You can also “tap” on the button to set the delay time according to the tempo at which the button was tapped. (→
page 13)
The EFFECT BAND lamps will light in the following
manner to indicate the current condition of the Effect Band’s settings.
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Lamp lights: Effect is ON
Lamp off: Effect is OFF
Lamp flashes (rapidly): Editing
Lamp flashes (slowly): Input is switched OFF
(→ page 22)
* When an Effect Band is switched ON, holding the [FUNCTION] button and pressing the EFFECT BAND button will
switch the input for that Effect Band ON/OFF. However, when
a group is selected, only the Effect Band that is at the head of
the selected group can be switched ON/OFF.
In the Utility Mode, this button is used to select system settings such as Footswitch Functions, MIDI
Functions, etc.
i EDIT FUNCTION
These buttons are used to set parameters that determine how multiple Effect Bands are connected,
made into groups, synced and for setting the type
of modulation wave, etc.
• CONNECT: Connects Effect Bands
• GROUP: Groups multiple Effect Bands
• SYNC: Synchronizes the modulation speed between multiple Effect Bands.
• WAVE: Selects the modulation wave to be
used.
• FUNCTION: Provides access to the secondary
functions of those buttons or controllers that
have secondary functions (COPY, PASTE,
PHASE, CONTROL setting, DIRECT PAN).
The lamps indicate current parameter conditions for
the currently selected Effect Band.
Controllers o - !8 listed below are used to
settings for individual parameters for each
of the Effect Bands. Parameter changes will
be made to the Effect Band that is currently
selected with the EFFECT BAND Switch.
Also, when the selected Effect Bands are
combined into a Group, parameters o - !3
will be set in the Effect Band that is at the
head of the selected group.
o Delay Time Control: Coarse (TIME COARSE)
!0 Delay Time Control: Fine (TIME FINE)
Sets the delay time.
The TIME COARSE knob is used to set the approximate time while the TIME FINE knob is used to set
the precise time.
!1 LOW CUT FILTER Control
Sets the cut off frequency of the low cut filter. This is
used to cut frequencies that are lower than the cut
off frequency.
When the knob is rotated fully to the left (oFF) the
filter is OFF. Rotate the knob to the right to raise the
cut off frequency.
!2 HIGH CUT FILTER Control
Sets the cut off frequency of the high cut filter. This
is used to cut frequencies that are higher than the
cut off frequency.
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Nomenclature
!8 Delay Level Control (LEVEL)
When the knob is rotated fully to the left (oFF) the
filter is OFF. Rotate the knob to the right to lower
the cut off frequency.
Sets the output level of the delay.
* Rotating the knob fully to the left (0.0) mutes the delay sound.
!3 FEEDBACK Control
Controllers !9 - @1 listed below are global parameters for Effect Bands 1-8. They can be
set at any time, even if no Effect Bands are
selected.
Sets the how many times the delay will repeat.
!4 TAP Control
Sets the timing for when the delayed sound is taken
from the delay loop.
The value of the parameter is expressed as a percentage of the delay time setting.
!9 EFFECT LEVEL Control
!5 SPEED Control
@0 DIRECT LEVEL/DIRECT PAN Control
Sets the speed of the modulation.
When multiple Effect Bands are Synced together,
this knob adjusts the phase angle.
Sets the output level of the direct sound.
Hold the FUNCTION button and rotate this knob to
set the stereo position of the direct sound.
!6 DEPTH Control
@1 OUTPUT Level Control
Sets the intensity of the modulation.
Controls the signal level that is sent from the UDStomp’s output jack (OUTPUT, PHONES).
Sets the overall level of the signal sent to the effect.
!7 PAN Control
Sets the position of the delay within the stereo field.
● Footswitch Section
@3
@2 Footswitches 1, 2, 3
@3 Bank Switch (BYPASS, BANK, TAP TEMPO)
These are used to select a patch (1, 2, 3) in the
currently selected Group/Bank. The lamp for the
selected patch number will light. Pressing the
Footswitch that has its lamp lit will switch the effect
OFF as well as the Footswitch’s lamp.
Depending upon the BANK switch setting, these
switches can also be used to select the patch’s Area/
Group/Bank, set the Tap Tempo, and for the Sampling function.
• Press and release the switch quickly (BYPASS):
All Effect Bands are bypassed leaving only output of the direct sound. When the Bypass is switch
ON, the lamp lights.
* When the effect is switched OFF with the Footswitches 1, 2
or 3, the delayed sound up to that point will remain. When
the BYPASS switch is pressed to bypass the effect, the delay
sound will be muted momentarily.
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@2
* In the bypass mode, the input signal from the instrument is
sent directly to the output (DIRECT LEVEL and DIRECT PAN
settings will have no effect).
• Hold the switch until all footswitch lamps (1-3)
light (BANK): Use Footswitches 1-3 to select an
Area/Group/Bank. (→ page 20)
• Hold the switch until “tAP” appears in the
display (TAP TEMPO): Tap the Footswitch set
the delay time to the tempo at which the footswitch
is tapped. The Loop Sampling Function is also
available. (→ page 22)
Nomenclature
■ Rear Panel
@4
@5
@6
@7
@8
@9
#0
#1
#2 #3
@4 Power Switch (STAND-BY ON/OFF)
@9 Expression Pedal Jack (EXP. PEDAL)
Power switch for the main unit.
This jack is used to connect a foot controller (expression pedal) (optional) such as a Yamaha FC-7
to control individual UD-Stomp parameters. (→ page
24, 26, 27).
* To protect the speakers, set the OUTPUT knob @1 to “0”
before switching the power ON/OFF.
@5 Power Adaptor Jack (AC IN 12V 1A)
Connect the supplied power adaptor to this jack.
* Never use a power adaptor other than the supplied adaptor.
Use of any other power adaptor may cause damage, overheating, fire, etc.
@6 MIDI OUT Jack
This jack is used for transmitting MIDI data from the
UD-Stomp such as control changes, program
changes, data in the UD-Stomp’s memory, etc. (→
page 26).
@7 MIDI IN Jack
This jack is used for receiving MIDI data from a MIDI
device, such as a MIDI foot controller, that can be
used to select patches, volume, or control each of
the effects in the UD-Stomp. (→ page 20)
Also, UD-Stomp memory data saved to an external
MIDI device can be returned to the UD-Stomp via
this jack. (→ page 26)
@8 DIGITAL OUT Jack
This Jack is used for sending the output of the UDStomp as digital data.
Connect to a device equipped with a digital input
jack (COAXIAL) such as a digital mixer, etc. (→ page
11).
#0 Headphones Jack (PHONES)
Connect a pair of headphones (optional) to this jack
for private practice or practicing at night when you
don’t want to disturb others. (→ page 11).
* Even when headphones are used, the audio signal is
delivered from the OUTPUT jack #1 and the DIGITAL
OUT jack @8.
#1 Output Jacks (OUTPUT R, L/MONO)
The analog output jacks for the UD-Stomp. Connect these jacks to the input jack on a power amplifier + speaker set or guitar amp, mixer, etc. (→ page
10)
* Use the L/MONO jack when connecting to a monaural device.
#2 Input Level Switch (LOW/HIGH)
#3 INPUT Jack
This is the UD-Stomp’s input jack. Connect a guitar
or other electric musical instrument to this jack. Select either HIGH or LOW to match UD-Stomp’s input jack to the output level of the instrument connected to the jack.
* Make sure the power is switched OFF before connecting the
instrument.
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Connections
Before making any connections to any of the UD-Stomp’s INPUT and/or OUTPUT jacks,
make sure that the power on the UD-Stomp and all other devices is turned OFF to prevent
electrical shock or damage to the devices.
■ Connecting the Power
■ Connecting the UD-Stomp
Use the supplied power adaptor (AC-10) to supply
power to the UD-Stomp.
Since the UD-Stomp is a delay effect, it should be
connected to the end of the effect chain when used
with other effects. If the guitar amplifier or mixer you
are using is equipped with a Send/Return circuit,
we recommend that the UD-Stomp be connected to
these jacks.
The Input Level switch should be set according to
the output level of the device connected to the UDStomp (set to LOW if the device’s output level is
high, set to HIGH if the output is low).
Also, for maximum effect, connect the OUTPUT
jacks to a stereo system.
When connecting to a monaural device, make sure
you use the OUTPUT’s L/MONO jack.
1. Make sure the UD-Stomp’s Power Switch
(STAND-BY) is in the OFF ( ) position.
2. Connect the power adaptor’s plug to the AC IN
jack on the UD-Stomp.
3. Connect the power adaptor to an electric outlet.
OFF (
)
● Connecting to the Effect Send and Return circuit
OUTPUT
INPUT
Electrical
Outlet
L/MONO
R
Supplied AC
Adaptor AC-10
UD-Stomp
EFFECT
SEND
EFFECT
RETURN
R
L
Instrument
Only use the supplied AC-10 adaptor to
power the unit.
Using another adaptor may result in damage, overheating or fire, which can be
very dangerous.
Make sure to use the recommended AC
voltage as indicated on the power adaptor.
The supplied power adaptor AC-10 is designed specifically for use with the UDStomp. Never use this adaptor with any
other device.
Guitar Amplifier, etc.
● Connecting at the end of an effects chain
Distortion, etc.
Instrument
OUTPUT
INPUT
L/MONO
R
UD-Stomp
INPUT
L
R
Power Amplifier & Speaker
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Connections
■ Connecting Headphones
Connect a pair of headphones to the PHONES jack
(standard stereo) on the UD-Stomp to play or practice in private.
The volume of the headphones can be controlled
with the OUTPUT knob.
* When a pair of headphones is connected, the output from the
OUTPUT jack and the DIGITAL OUT jack will still deliver
sound output.
When using headphones, use at a comfortable volume so as not to cause shock to your
hearing.
■ Digital Output
The UD-Stomp is equipped with a DIGITAL output
jack (COAXIAL, 44.1 kHz), that can be connected
to the DIGITAL INPUT jack on a digital mixer, MD
recorder, etc.
* The output level of the DIGITAL OUT jack cannot be controlled with the OUTPUT knob (fixed).
■ Connecting an Expression (EXP)
Pedal
A foot controller (expression pedal), such as the
Yamaha FC-7 (optional) connected to the UDStomp’s EXP. PEDAL jack allows control of the UDStomp’s individual parameters with your foot. (→
page 24, 26, 27)
■ Connecting MIDI Devices
The UD-Stomp’s MIDI IN/OUT jacks allow the exchange of MIDI information between the UD-Stomp
and an external MIDI device.
Using MIDI you can take data from the UD-Stomp
and store it in a MIDI device such as the Yamaha
MIDI Data Filer MDF3, etc. or load data from the
external device into the UD-Stomp.
You can also use a MIDI foot controller, etc. connected to the UD-Stomp to select patches, control
individual parameters, etc., and an external MIDI
device can be controlled from the UD-Stomp. Refer
to the [Utility Mode] (page 25) for more information
on MIDI functions.
Digital Mixer, MD Recorder, etc.
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Using the UD-Stomp
The UD-Stomp is an effects processor that is equipped with eight identical delay circuits.
It provides you with the power and freedom to create complex sounds by connecting multiple
delay circuits in a series, or combine any or all of the individual circuits into a single, long
delay, etc.
This section will use some of the UD-Stomp’s preset programs as examples to help you understand how the parameters and functions work.
■ Preparation
1. Connect your instrument, amplifier, a pair of
headphones, etc. to the UD-Stomp. (→ page 10,
11)
Before making any connections, make sure
that the power is switched OFF on all devices.
For now, use this patch program to get some
sound from the system, and adjust the sound
volume.
While playing your instrument, rotate the OUTPUT knob to the right and adjust the volume to
an optimum level.
2. Set the OUTPUT knob to “0”, and then set the
Power Switch (STAND-BY) to ON ( ).
If the Power Switch is switched ON with the OUTPUT knob turned up, a sudden outburst of sound
due to the high volume setting may damage your
hearing, or damage devices connected to the unit
such as the amplifier, speaker, headphones, etc.
3. A 3-digit number, such as “011”, appears in
the display.
These numbers (Group Number: 0, Bank Number: 1, Patch Number: 1) refer to the currently
selected patch program.
Note: When the patch program number is shown
in the display, this condition is known as the
Play Mode. When in the Play Mode, it is possible to select patches for playing and edit parameters.
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4. Let’s recall patch number “9.11” which is an
empty patch.
Press and hold the [DOWN] button, located to
the left of the display, and the Group number will
decrease one by one. If the number goes past
the Group number you want, press and hold the
[UP] button to increase the value by one. Simply
pressing the [UP]/[DOWN] button causes the
Patch number to increase/decrease by one.
Let’s try and set a delay.
Using the UD-Stomp
Selecting an Effect Band
Let’s first select a delay circuit and set its parameters.
The [EFFECT BAND 1-8] buttons are used to switch
the eight effect circuits ON/OFF.
1.
• If the [UP] lamp flashes when the knob is rotated,
rotate the knob to the right (toward 10), and if the
[DOWN] lamp flashes, rotate the knob to the left
(toward 0).
At this time, the knob’s parameter value set in
the current patch is flashing in the display.
* As long as the lamp is flashing, neither the value in the
display nor the sound will change even though the knob
is being rotated.
Press the [EFFECT BAND 1] button to select
Effect Band 1 (the selected button’s lamp will
flash rapidly).
* When an EFFECT BAND button’s lamp is flashing rapidly, it indicates that that Effect Band is currently being
edited.
EFFECT BAND
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Setting the Delay Time
Next, let’s set the Delay Time.
Use the TIME COARSE (rough setting) and TIME
FINE (precise setting) knobs to set the Delay Time.
2.
In this step, we will set a delay time of 250msec.
Rotate the TIME COARSE knob until “200.”
appears in the display.
* The value for time used in the delay is msec (milliseconds). The dot indicates the position of the decimal point.
Example)
200. = 200 msec
When the value is over 1000msec (no dot in the display),
the value in the display should be multiplied by 10.
Example)
123 = 1230 msec
If “0. 0 2 ” is flashing in the display and the
[DOWN] lamp flashes when you rotate the knob,
it indicates that the knob’s position is not aligned
with the value set for the parameter. First rotate the knob all the way to the left, then rotate
to the right to set the value.
Using the Knobs
Since the position of each knob on the panel
is not always aligned with the value set in
the parameter of the current patch, please
follow the rules described below to align the
knob with the parameter value.
• Continue rotating the knob in the direction described above. Once the knob has reached the
position that corresponds to the parameter value,
the value in the display and the [UP]/[DOWN]
lamp will stop flashing and the value will now
change according to the position of the knob.
* After you stop moving the knob, the value will continue
to be displayed for about 2 seconds, after which it will
return to the normal display.
• Once the knob is aligned with the value and can
be used to edit the value, rotating the knob will
result in the value shown in the display changing
in regards to the knob’s position and a relative
change in the effect’s sound.
These rules apply to all knobs with the exception of the OUTPUT knob.
3.
Next, rotate the TIME FINE knob so that “250.”
is shown in the display. If “200.” is flashing in
the display, rotate the knob all the way to the
left and then to the right as described in step 2
and above.
* The delay time of an individual Effect Band can be set to a
maximum of 696msec. Using the Group setting, a maximum delay of 5890msec can be obtained by grouping all
8 Effect Bands together. (→ page 16)
* The delay time can also be set by tapping the [EFFECT
BAND 1-8] button twice in tempo, after the Effect Band
has been selected. The delay time will be set to the tempo
at which the button is pressed.
* You can also tap the Footswitch twice in tempo to set the
delay time to the tempo at which the Footswitch was
tapped. (→ page 22)
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Using the UD-Stomp
PAN
Setting the Feedback
Up to this point we have set the delay time so a
single delay sound is produced 250msec after the
original sound. Next, set the Feedback parameter
to determine how many times the delay will repeat.
4.
Rotate the FEEDBACK knob so that “10.0” appears in the display. The delay sound is repeated infinitely without fading out.
When the FEEDBACK is set to a lower value,
the number of times the delay is repeated will
decrease and the delay sound will fade out.
In this step, set the FEEDBACK level to “5.0”.
L
* For both knobs, a setting of 10 (10.0) equals a cutoff
frequency of 1kHz and setting of 0 equals off (oFF).
* The cutoff is also applied to the first delay.
7.
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Rotate the PAN knob and see how the delay
sound moves between the left and right speakers.
Once you understand how the PAN knob operates, set the PAN knob to “C” and let’s move
on to the next step.
L
R
First, rotate the FEEDBACK knob and set its
value to “0.0” so that it is easier to hear how
the sound changes.
Rotate the LEVEL knob and adjust the volume
level of the delay sound. Rotating the knob all
the way to the right (10.0) will make the delay’s
volume equal to the volume of the original
sound. Rotate the knob all the way to the left
(0.0) and the delay sound will not be heard.
In this case, the term “Tap” refers to the timing at
which the delay sound is taken out of the delay loop.
Try the next steps and see how this effect works.
8.
Use the [UP] button and recall patch “9.12”.
This patch will make it easy to understand how
this effect works.
In this patch a 360msec delay is already set to
both Effect Bands 1 and 2. Notice that the delay sound is louder than the original. That’s because both delay sounds, which are heard simultaneously, are set at the same level as the
original sound.
9.
Press the [EFFECT BAND 1] button and rotate
the TAP knob to change Tap Value of Effect
Band 1.
When the value is around “66.6” % notice how
the sound of the two delays creates a shuffle
rhythm. What happens is the delay sound from
Effect Band 1 is being produced at 240msec,
which is 2/3 (66.6%) of its 360msec delay time.
Setting the Pan
6.
R
Setting the Tap
The use of these filters offers analog simulation, etc.
Once you understand how the filters operate, set
both knobs to “oFF” and let’s move on to the next
step.
The term “Pan” refers to the position of the delayed
sound within the stereo field of the left and right
speakers. Use the PAN knob to set the position of
the delayed sound somewhere between left (L10.),
center (C) and right (r10.) as shown in the illustration below.
L
The LEVEL knob is used to control the volume level
of the delay sound.
The delay circuit also includes a HCF (High Cut Filter) which, cuts high frequencies, and a LCF (Low
Cut Filter) which, cuts low frequencies. Since these
filters are incorporated in the delay loop, the cutting
of the effected frequencies will be greater each time
the delay is repeated.
Rotate the LOW CUT FILTER knob or HIGH
CUT FILTER knob and see how the filters
change the sound.
R
PAN
Setting the Delay Level
Setting the Filters
5.
PAN
Using the UD-Stomp
Setting the Modulation
Delay Circuit
Adding Modulation to the Delay Time causes the
delay sound’s pitch to change. This can be used to
create effects such as chorus, flanger, etc.
TAP=66.6%
240msec
TAP=100%
360msec
Delay sound from
Effect Band 1
Delay sound from
Effect Band 2
Original
Sound
13. Recall patch “9.11” again.
14. Press the [EFFECT BAND 1] button and use
the TIME COARSE knob to set the delay time
to “600.”
15. Set the SPEED knob to “4.0” and the DEPTH
knob to “10.0” and listen to the resulting sound.
The pitch of the delayed sound goes up and
down. This is a Modulation effect.
TIME
240msec
360msec
16. To get a Chorus effect, set the delay time somewhere between 5 and 20msec, then adjust the
SPEED (to make the pitch fluctuating) and
DEPTH (to increase the intensity of the effect).
Also, you create a richer sound by using multiple Effect Bands or by changing the PAN position from right to left. Try varying these parameters and see what you get.
10. In this step, set the FEEDBACK of Effect Band
1 to “5.0”. Now the first delay is produced after
240msec but the delays that follow that are produced at 360msec.
17.
Delay sound from Effect Band 1
Original
Sound
Delay sound from
Effect Band 2
TIME
240
msec
360
msec
360
msec
360
msec
11.
Next, set the FEEDBACK of Effect Band 2 to
“5.0” as well. First press the [EFFECT BAND
2] button to select Effect Band 2, then use the
FEEDBACK knob. Now, the shuffle rhythm is
repeated.
12. Now, try setting the PAN of Effect Band 1 all the
way to the left (L10.) and the PAN of Effect
Band 2 all the way to the right (r10.). Now
you’ve created a stereo ping-pong delay effect.
To get a Flanger effect, set the Delay Time
shorter than that for the Chorus effect (less than
5msec) then use the SPEED and DEPTH knobs
to produce the Flanger effect. To get a deeper
Flanger effect, increase the FEEDBACK level.
Connecting Multiple Effect Bands
(CONNECT)
Try connecting the 8 Effect Bands together. You can
create a wide variety of delays by connecting multiple Effect Bands into series or parallel arrangements.
18. Recall patch “9.13”. This patch uses two delay
circuits (Effect Bands 1 and 2) with a parallel
connection.
Effect Band 1 has a long delay of 600msec while
Effect Band 2 has a short delay time of 80msec.
FEEDBACK on both Effect Bands is set to 0.
Press the [EFFECT BAND 1] button (this selects Effect Band 1) then press the [CONNECT]
button at which time “in” appears in the display. This indicates that the signal received by
the delay circuit of Effect Band 1 is coming directly from the UD-Stomp’s INPUT jack. Effect
Band 2 is also set to “in”.
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Using the UD-Stomp
Now Effect Bands 1 and 2 are connected as
shown in the illustration below.
IN
BAND 1
IN
BAND 2
IN
BAND 1
1
BAND 4
IN
BAND 8
8
BAND 5
IN
BAND 3
3
BAND 6
series.
Press the [EFFECT BAND 2] button, then hold
the [CONNECT] button and press the [UP] button so that “1” is shown in the display.
The output signal of Effect Band 1 (the original
sound mixed with the delay sound) is now sent
to the input of Effect Band 2. Effect Band 1 and
Effect Band 2 are now connected in a series.
IN
1
BAND 1
BAND 2
Now you can hear a short delay applied to both
the original sound and the long delay sound.
20. Now let’s try and make a complex delay using
these two Effect Band circuits.
Set the Delay Time of Effect Band 2 to 419msec
and increase the FEEDBACK of both Effect
Bands equally. With the two Effect Bands connected in a series, the delay effect becomes
more and more complex as the delay is repeated. Try changing Delay Time for each Effect Band to create some other effects.
* Parallel and series connections can be mixed together. You
can also synchronize the modulation between Effect Bands
(→ page 17) to create a more complex delay effect.
• Example Connections
5
BAND 7
BAND 2
2
You can hear a single short delay and a single
long delay being produced.
19. Next, try and connect Effect Bands 1 and 2 in a
4
4
2
IN
BAND 6
BAND 4
3
4
IN
BAND 5
BAND 2
BAND 3
3
BAND 7
BAND 8
BAND 1
Grouping Multiple Effect Bands
(GROUP)
The Group function makes possible longer delay
times by combining multiple Effect Bands into a
single delay circuit.
21. Let’s try and make a long delay time.
Recall patch “9.11” and press the [EFFECT
BAND 1] button, then use the TIME COARSE
knob and TIME FINE knob to set the delay time
to its maximum of “696.”msec.
22. Hold the [GROUP] button and use the [UP] but-
ton to set the parameter to “1-2”.
Now Effect Bands 1 and 2 are combined into a
single delay circuit that is referred to as a Group.
Notice now that the delay time is longer. Rotate
the TIME COARSE knob a little and notice that
the Delay Time shown in the display is “143”
(1430msec). Using this method, you can group
together all 8 Effect Bands (set to “1-8”) to
create a maximum delay of “589” (5890msec).
IN
BAND 1
IN
BAND 2
IN
BAND 3
IN
BAND 4
IN
BAND 5
696msec
IN
BAND 6
Delay Output
IN
BAND 7
IN
BAND 8
* When creating a Group, you must first select the Effect
Band that will be at the head of the Group, then assign the
Effect Band that is at the end of the Group.
BAND 1
BAND 2
696msec
Delay Output
BAND 1-2
1430msec
IN
BAND 1
1
BAND 2
BAND 3~7
7
BAND 8
Delay Output
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Delay Output
Using the UD-Stomp
Also, once a Group has been set, you can access
any of the outputs from the individual delay units
that make up the group.
in the left channel but not in the right because
Effect Band 2’s SPEED setting is set to “0.0”.
Try setting the SYNC again.
23. Confirm that Effect Bands 1 and 2 are still com-
26. Hold the [SYNC] button and press the [DOWN]
bined into a Group (1-2) as explained above.
Next, press the [EFFECT BAND 2] button to
switch ON Effect Band 2. Since Effect Bands 1
and 2 the same delay time, two delay sounds,
of the same level, can be heard simultaneously.
Using the same technique as explained in the
“Setting the Tap” section (→ page 14) use the
TAP knob to create a shuffle rhythm. You can
also use the PAN knob to create a ping-pong
delay effect. The difference between the TAP
setting and the previous one is that in this step,
changing the Delay Time lets you alter the
tempo of the shuffle rhythm without changing
the rhythm itself.
Now press the [EFFECT BAND 1] button and
rotate the TIME FINE knob and listen to what
happens.
Patch “9.21” produces a 16-beat type effect
that can also be set to different tempos for keeping rhythm.
* When Effect Bands are combined into a Group, TIME
COARSE/FINE, FILTER LOW CUT/HIGH CUT and
FEEDBACK knob settings are applied to the lowest numbered Effect Band in the Group.
Syncing Multiple Effect Bands
(SYNC)
When modulation is used in multiple delays, the
SYNC function let’s you sync the modulation speed
of multiple delay bands.
24. Recall patch number “9.22”
This patch uses two Effect Bands; one panned
left the other right and each using a monaural
chorus effect with synchronized modulation.
In this patch, the modulation of Effect Band 2 is
synchronized with Effect Band 1. Let’s switch
the synchronization OFF in Effect Band 2 and
see what happens.
25. Select Effect Band 2 then hold the [SYNC] but-
button to set the value in the display to “1”. Now
the modulation in Effect Band 2 is synchronized
with the modulation in Effect Band 1.
When the modulation is synchronized, the
SPEED knob can be used to create differences
in the phase between the synchronized bands.
Rotating the SPEED knob creates a greater stereo effect. At this time the modulation speed is
the same. The difference in their phase can be
set between greater than 0° and less than 360°.
Setting the SPEED knob to “5.0” creates a reverse phase (180°). After setting the SPEED to
“5.0”, next select Effect Band 1 and rotate the
SPEED knob and in this reverse phase condition, the speed can be changed simultaneously
in both left and right sides.
Selecting a Wave (WAVE)
When the delay uses modulation, you can choose
the wave that is used in the modulation.
27. Recall patch number “9.23”.
The sound in the left channel of this patch oscillates. This heavy modulation uses a sine
wave. Let’s try changing the wave type.
28. Select Effect Band 1 then holding the [WAVE]
button, press the [UP]/[DOWN] buttons and
compare the difference between the four waves
described below.
* The [WAVE] + [UP] buttons select progress through the
waves in the following order,
tri → S.UP → S.dn → tri.
The [WAVE] + [DOWN] buttons select Sin.
• Sin… .. A sine wave. The pitch goes
smoothly up and down following
the curve of a sine wave.
• tri… .. A triangle wave. The pitch jumps
up and down.
• S.UP… .. Saw Up. Raises the pitch.
• S.dn… .. Saw Down. Lowers the pitch.
ton and use the [UP] button to set the value in
the display to “2”. This indicates that Effect Band
2 is synchronized with Effect Band 2 and no
longer synchronized to another Effect Band.
In this condition, the modulation can be heard
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Using the UD-Stomp
Two modulation waves (sine plus one more) can
be used at the same time. Press the [EFFECT
BAND 2] button to switch Effect Band 2 ON,
and you’ll hear the sine wave modulation on
the right channel while the other wave type
modulation is heard on the left.
Setting the Phase (PHASE)
When mixing the delay sound with the direct sound,
the phase can be set to normal or reverse. Mixing
the direct sound with the sound of the delay with its
phase reversed is a good way to create an image
of spaciousness with the sound.
29. Recall patch number “9.22”
After selecting Effect Band 1, hold the [FUNCTION] button and the [SYNC] button, and press
the [UP]/[DOWN] buttons to set either “rEu”
(Reverse: reverse phase) or “nor” (Normal:
normal phase) and listen to how the sound
changes.
Setting the Effect and Direct
Volume Levels
The EFFECT LEVEL knob is used to set the volume level of the delay sound.
The DIRECT LEVEL knob is used to set the volume
level of the direct sound.
30. Recall patch number “9.21”.
Set the EFFECT LEVEL knob to “0.0” and the
DIRECT LEVEL knob to “10.0”. Only the direct sound is produced.
31. Next, set the EFFECT LEVEL knob to “10.0”
and the DIRECT LEVEL knob to “0.0”. Now the
delay sound is produced and the direct sound
is not.
These two knobs are used to control the sound
balance between the direct sound and the delay sound.
* The EFFECT LEVEL knob is used to set the level of the
signal that is sent to the connected or grouped Effect
Bands.
* Both the EFFECT LEVEL and DIRECT LEVEL knobs
can also be set when an Effect Band is not selected.
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Setting the Pan of the Direct Sound
The DIRECT PAN knob is used to set the direct
sound’s position within the stereo field.
32. With patch number “9.21” still selected, hold
down the [FUNCTION] button and rotate the
DIRECT PAN knob to set the Pan to “L10”.
The direct sound is heard from the left channel
only.
* This is effective only when the direct sound and effect sound
are produced from different speakers.
* The knob’s center (C) position = the center of the stereo
field. Rotating the knob to the left moves the sound’s position to the left (L0.0 - L10.) and rotating to the right
moves the sound’s position to the right (r0.0 - r10.).
* This parameter can be set if an Effect Band is not selected.
Setting the Output Volume
Use the OUTPUT knob to adjust the UD-Stomp’s
overall output volume (OUTPUT jack, PHONES
jack).
* The Output volume can be set at anytime, even if an Effect
Band is not selected.
This completes explanation of the UDStomp’s Effect Band parameters.
Use the knowledge you’ve gained here to create your own original effects or edit the preset patches.
Any changes you make to a patch are returned to their original condition when
another patch is selected. If you want to
save your changes, please use the Store
Operation explained on page 21.
Selecting and Saving Patches
■ Try Selecting Another Patch
The UD-Stomp holds a total of 180 patch programs
(patch) in its internal memory.
The 180 patches are divided into two areas each
containing 10 groups, 3 banks and 3 patches.
Try selecting some of the different patches and try
out some of the different sounds.
To select a different patch, use one of the three
methods described below.
• AREA
There are two areas, the USER AREA and the
PRESET AREA. When the Store operation is
used, data in the USER AREA (90 patches) can
be freely rewritten. You can change settings in
the PRESET AREA (90 patches) data but you
can not rewrite the contents to the PRESET
AREA memory.
● Using the [UP]/[DOWN] buttons on the
panel
When a PRESET AREA patch is selected, a dot
will appear to the lower right of the hundred’s
digit on the display (0.11-9.33) When the dot
is not lit (011-933), it indicates that a patch in
the USER AREA is selected.
Every time the [DOWN] button is pressed, the
next lower patch number is selected.
* When the UD-Stomp is shipped from the factory, the same
patch data as found in the PRESET AREA is used in the
USER AREA. Refer to the [Patch List] on the separate
“Patch List” sheet.
• GROUP
The 90 patches in each area are divided into 10
groups (0-9).
• BANK
Each group is divided into 3 banks (1-3).
• Each time the [UP] button is pressed, the next
greater patch number is selected.
011 → 012 → 013 → 021 → 022 →
023..033 → 111.....933 → 0.11 →
0.12.....9.33 → 011 (returns to the top)...
• Press the [UP] button continuously increases the
group number by one (1).
011 → 111 → 211.....911 → 0.11 →
1.11 → 2.11.....9.11 → 011 (returns to
the top)...
Press the [DOWN] button continuously decreases the group number by one (1).
• Press the [UP] and [DOWN] button simultaneously to switch between the USER AREA ↔
PRESET AREA.
011 ↔ 0.11
• PATCH
Each bank contains 3 patches (1-3).
• Patch Characteristics
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Selecting and Saving Patches
● Using the Foot Switch and the Bank
Switch
• Press a foot switch (1-3) to select the corresponding patch number 1-3 in the currently selected group/bank.
• Press and hold the BANK switch until all foot
switch lamps (1-3) light then remove your foot.
In this condition, the following procedure can be
used.
1. Hold Foot Switch 1 for more than one second to
switch between the USER AREA ↔ PRESET
AREA.
2. Hold Foot Switch 2 for more than one second to
decrease the group number by a value of one.
● Using MIDI Control
MIDI program change data transmitted from an external MIDI device such as the YAMAHA MIDI Foot
Controller MFC10, etc. can be used to select patches
in the UD-Stomp.
1. Use a MIDI cable to connect the MIDI IN jack on
the UD-Stomp to the MIDI OUT jack on an external MIDI device.
* Make sure to use a MIDI cable that conforms to the MIDI
standard. Also, limit the length of the MIDI cable to 15
meters. Use of a long cable may result in trouble such as
inferior performance of the device, etc.
MIDI IN
3. Hold Foot Switch 3 for more than one second to
increase the group number by a value of one.
MIDI
OUT
4. Press a Foot Switch (1-3) to select the corresponding bank number (1-3).
5. When a BANK is selected, the lamp in the display and foot switch lamp will flash quickly. Press
a Foot Switch (1-3) at this time to select the corresponding patch number (1-3).
* To cancel the selected patch, press the BANK switch. It will
return to the previous condition.
MFC10, etc
2. Match the UD-Stomp’s MIDI receive channel with
the MIDI transmit channel on the external MIDI
device.
→ page 25 [Set the MIDI Receive Channel]
3. Create a Program Change Table*. (Factory default → Program Change No : Patch No. = 1:011,
2:012…128:4.12)
→ page 25 [Create a Program Change Table]
* This operation is used to assign patch numbers to a corresponding program change number received from an external device. For example, when the program change number “1” is received, the UD-Stomp’s patch number “113”
is recalled.
4. When program change data is transmitted from
an external MIDI device, the patch is selected
that corresponds to the program change table
you created.
* Refer to the owner’s manual for your external MIDI device
for instructions on how to transmit program change data.
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Selecting and Saving Patches
■ Create and Store a Patch
Original settings can be stored in the USER AREA
(011-933). Try creating an original patch and then
store it.
● Storing Procedure
1. Press the [STORE] button.
When you enter the Store Mode, the display, the
[STORE] lamp and the foot switch lamp corresponding to the patch number will flash.
2. Select the patch (group, bank, patch number) to
which you want to store the patch.
Use the same procedure as described in [Try
Selecting Another Patch] (page 19) to select a
patch. You can use the [UP]/[DOWN] buttons, the
foot switches and the BANK switch to select the
patch number. However, you cannot change the
AREA (it can only be assigned to the USER
AREA).
3. After select the patch you want to store your
patch in, hold the [STORE] button.
The store operation is complete when all lamps
light.
* To interrupt the Store operation, quickly press and release
the [STORE] button.
* Utility mode settings are not stored with patch data. As common settings for all patches, their contents are stored in the
UD-Stomp memory.
* The OUTPUT knob’s setting is not stored with the patch data.
* Data in the USER AREA (011-933) can be stored in an external MIDI device. (→ page 26)
* MIDI cannot be received while storing.
This procedure can be used to store original patches
and also used to rearrange the order of patches for
use during live performance.
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Convenient Functions
Here are some convenient functions that make using the UD-Stomp easier.
● Use the Footswitch to set the Delay
Time (Tap Tempo)
5. Step on the BANK Footswitch to return to the
Play Mode.
With the UD-Stomp you can tap on the Footswitch
to set the Delay Time parameter.
1. Step on and hold the BANK Footswitch until
“tAP” appears in the display.
2. Step on Footswitch 1 and select the Effect Band
to which you want to set the delay time.
Effect Band Number
● Loop Sampling
With the UD-Stomp, you can sample a phrase (the
input signal) that will playback in a loop (the phrase
will continue to playback, feedback is unlimited).
1. Step on the BANK Footswitch until “tAP” appears in the display.
2. Step on Footswitch 1 and select an Effect Band
that has sufficient delay time required for the
phrase you want to record.
* When multiple delays are combined into a Group, only the
Effect Band at the head of the group can be selected. If the
[EFFECT BAND 1-8] buttons on the panel are used to select
any other Effect Band, the Tap Tempo function can not be
carried out.
3. Use Footswitch 2 to switch the selected Effect
Band ON/OFF.
* Each Effect Band has two switches, one on the effect input
side, another on the output side, that can be used to switch
the Effect Band ON/OFF.
Effect Band
SW1
SW2
• When the currently selected Effect Band is set OFF, stepping on Footswitch 2 will switch both SW1 and SW2 ON
and the Effect Band will be switched ON (the Footswitch
2 lamp lights).
• When the currently selected Effect Band is set ON, stepping on Footswitch 2 will switch only SW1 OFF (SW2 is
still ON) (the Footswitch 2 lamp flashes). The delay that
is present up until Footswitch 2 was depressed will continue to sound but the delay circuit will not accept additional input.
• When only SW1 in the currently selected Effect Band is
switched OFF, stepping on Footswitch 2 will switch SW1
ON. In this condition both SW1 and SW2 are switched
ON which means that the Effect Band is also ON (the
Footswitch 2 lamp lights).
• To switch the Effect Band OFF, hold the desired [EFFECT
BAND 1-8] button on the panel.
4. Step (tap) on Footswitch 3 in the tempo you want
to set the delay time to.
* In step 4, the Delay Time will be rewritten every time the
Footswitch is pressed.
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* When multiple Effect Bands are grouped to form a long delay
time, only the Effect Band at the head of the group can be
selected. If the [EFFECT BAND 1-8] buttons on the panel
are used to select any other Effect Band, the Loop Sampling
function can not be carried out.
3. Step on and hold Footswitch 2 until “LS.? ” (?=
the selected Effect Band number) appears in the
display.
The display flashes and the Loop Sampling function is in standby mode (maximum delay time,
SW1=OFF, SW2=ON, RAM clear).
4. Step on Footswitch 3 (SW1=ON) to start sampling, and release the switch to stop sampling
(SW1=OFF, FEEDBACK=10)
The delay time is set according to the length of
time that the Footswitch is depressed (from when
you step on it until it’s released), and the phrase
you play is recorded while the Footswitch is held
down. When the Footswitch is released, the
phrase starts continuous playback.
* If the length of the sample exceeds the set delay time, the
sample will be ignored.
5. If you want to mix another phrase into the sample,
first step and release (quickly) on Footswitch 2
(SW1=ON) then add new material on top of your
previous phrase. Once you are done adding to
the loop, step and release (quickly) on Footswitch
2 again (SW1=OFF).
6. To stop playback of the loop sample, first step
on Footswitch 2 until “LS.? ” appears in the display (clear the sample), and the step on the
BANK Footswitch to return to the Play Mode.
Convenient Functions
* If you want to stop loop sample playback temporarily, step
on the BANK Footswitch to enter the Bypass Mode. To restart
loop sample playback, press the BANK Footswitch again.
● Controlling the UD-Stomp with an external MIDI device
* The sample loop can also be cleared by setting the FEEDBACK knob to “0” or using the [EFFECT BAND 1-8] buttons switch the Effect Band OFF.
Connect the UD-Stomp’s MIDI IN jack to the MIDI
OUT jack on an external MIDI device with a MIDI
cable to control the UD-Stomp’s parameters (setting values) with an external MIDI device.
* The preset patches listed below are set for loop sampling.
9.31 ..... This is the longest loop sampling patch using all 8
→ page 24 [External Control Settings]
Effect Bands.
9.32 ..... Effect Bands 1-7 are used for loop sampling. Effect
Band 8 applies delay only to the input sound.
9.33 ..... Effect Bands 1-7 are used for sampling. Effect Band
8 applies delay to both the loop sample’s sound and
the input sound.
● Copy/Paste Functions
These functions are used to copy the parameter’s
value (set with the knobs) on the top panel from
one Effect Band and paste them into another.
This is convenient when you want to set the same
parameters to a number of Effect Bands.
1. Select the parameters you want to copy. Select
an Effect Band set its parameters.
● Factory Default
To return the UD-Stomp to its factory-preset condition, hold the buttons [UP] and [UTILITY] and turn
the Power ON ( ). The UD-Stomp will then be reset to its factory defaults and all data in the USER
AREA will be rewritten with data for the patches listed
in the Patch List (on the separate “Patch List” sheet).
When the UD-Stomp is reset to its factory
default condition, all data stored in
memory is erased. We recommend that any
important data be stored in an external
MIDI device or that notes be taken of the
settings.
2. Press and hold the [FUNCTION] button and
press the [CONNECT] button (“CPY” appears
in the display). The parameters are copied.
3. Select the Effect Band to which you want to paste
the copied parameters.
Hold the [FUNCTION] button and press the
[GROUP] button (“PSt” appears in the display).
The parameters you copied from the Effect Band
selected in step 1 are now pasted into the Effect
Band selected here.
● Using a foot pedal (Controller)
With a foot controller (Expression Pedal) (optional)
such as the Yamaha FC-7, etc., connected to the
EXP. PEDAL jack you can control the UD-Stomp’s
parameters (setting values) with your foot.
→ page 24 [External Control Settings]
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External Control Settings
The ASSIGNABLE CONTROL knob on the top panel can be used to control any one of the
effect’s parameters. You can also use a foot controller (Expression Pedal) (optional) such as
the Yamaha FC-7, etc., connected to the EXP. PEDAL jack or an external MIDI device connected to the MIDI IN jack to control UD-Stomp parameters.
* In this section, some button names have been shortened, for instance [EFFECT BAND 1] button is written as [BAND 1] button.
■ Procedure
1. In the Play Mode, simultaneously press the
[FUNCTION] button and the [WAVE] button.
Enter the external control setting mode and
“CtL” will appear on the display.
2. Press the [BAND 1] button.
A control number will appear on the display.
Use the [UP]/[DOWN] buttons to set the control
number.
Up to 8 programmed control settings can be assigned to control numbers 1-8 in the UD-Stomp.
A separate controller can be used to control each
programmed control setting or a single controller
can be used to control all control settings separately.
3. Press the [BAND 2] button.
The controller type will appear in the display.
Use the [UP]/[DOWN] buttons to set the type of
controller.
The controller that was assigned in step 3 can
be used to control these parameters (setting values).
* The TIME controller listed above alters the delay time between 0 and 100% without changing the actual delay time
value that is set with the panel knob, so changes resulting
from the TIME controller will not be saved when the patch
is stored.
* Controllers other than TIME, change the value of the corresponding parameter so when the patch is stored those
changes will also be saved to memory, rewriting previous
data.
• E.P
: Control is by the foot controller connected to the EXP. PEDAL jack.
• A.C
: Control is by the [ASSIGNABLE
CONTROL] knob on the top panel.
The parameter’s adjustable minimum value (the
parameter’s value when the controller is set to
its minimum) is shown in the display.
1 -31 , 64 -95 : Control is by control
Use the [UP]/[DOWN] buttons to set the value.
•
change data received from an external MIDI device connected to the
MIDI IN jack. Select the control
change number. (Refer to the
Owner’s Manual for the external
MIDI device for information in MIDI
control change numbers.)
4. Press the [BAND 3] button.
The parameter type will appear in the display.
The number indicates the Effect Band number.
Use the [UP]/[DOWN] buttons to select the parameter to be controlled.
• oFF : off (no control)
• ti1 - ti8 : TIME (Delay Time)
• LF1 - LF8 : LOW CUT FILTER
• HF1 - HF8 : HIGH CUT FILTER
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• Fb1 - Fb8 : FEEDBACK
• tP1 - tP8 : TAP
• SP1 - SP8 : SPEED
• dP1 - dP8 : DEPTH
• Pn1 - Pn8 : PAN
• LE1 - LE8 : LEVEL
• EF.L : EFFECT LEVEL
• di.L : DIRECT LEVEL
• di.P : DIRECT PAN
5. Press the [BAND 4] button.
6. Press the [BAND 5] button,
The parameter’s adjustable maximum value (the
parameter’s value when the controller is set to
its maximum) is shown in the display.
Use the [UP]/[DOWN] buttons to set the value.
7. Press the [FUNCTION] button to return to the
Play Mode.
These external control settings are saved
with patch data.
Also, there are other functions not related to
patch settings that set the Utility Mode’s External Controller to always ON (active) or set
the External Controller to always OFF (inactive). (→ page 26)
Utility Mode
The Utility Mode is used for settings that cover the overall system of the UD-Stomp such as
the foot switch, MIDI, external control, EXP. pedal jack, etc.
* In this section, some button names have been shortened, for instance [EFFECT BAND 1] button is written as [BAND 1] button.
■ About the Utility Mode
When in the Play Mode, press the [UTILITY] button
to enter the Utility Mode (the lamp lights).
When in the Utility Mode press the [UTILITY] button
to return to the Play Mode (the lamp goes off).
When in the Utility Mode MIDI messages can
not be received. Use the Play Mode to receive
MIDI messages.
In the Utility Mode, the three following functions are
available. Use the [UP]/[DOWN] buttons to select a
function.
• MIDI Functions (mmd)
• External Control Settings (CtL)
• EXP. Pedal Settings (E.P)
■ MIDI Functions
After pressing the [UTILITY] button, use the [UP]/
[DOWN] buttons to select “mmd” in the display. Then
press the [STORE] button to enter the MIDI Functions Setting Mode.
● Create a MIDI Program Change Receive Table
Sets the corresponding patch that will be recalled
when a MIDI Program Change No. (referred to as
PRG No. from here on) is received.
Press the [BAND 1] button to set the receiving MIDI
PRG No. Use the [UP]/[DOWN] buttons to select
the number.
• 1-128 : MIDI Program Change No.
Press the [BAND 2] button to set the UD-Stomp’s
patch number. Just as in selecting a patch in the
Play Mode, use the [UP]/[DOWN] buttons or the
footswitch.
• 011-933, 0.11-9.33 :
The patch number to be recalled.
● Create a MIDI Program Change Transmit Table
When a footswitch (1-3) is pressed to recall a patch
a MIDI Program Change Number can be transmit-
ted from the UD-Stomp’s MIDI OUT jack to a control an external effector, etc. from the UD-Stomp.
Assigns to the patch, a MIDI PRG No. that will be
transmitted when the patch is recalled.
* When a patch is recalled with a MIDI program change command, MIDI PRG. Numbers can not be transmitted.
Press the [BAND 3] button to set the UD-Stomp’s
patch number. Just as in selecting a patch in the
Play Mode, use the [UP]/[DOWN] buttons or the
footswitch.
• 011-933, 0.11-9.33 :
The patch number to be recalled.
Press the [BAND 4] button to set the MIDI PRG No.
to be transmitted. Use the [UP]/[DOWN] buttons to
select the number.
• 1-128 : MIDI Program Change No.
● Set the MIDI Receive Channel
Sets the UD-Stomp’s MIDI Receive Channel.
The MIDI channel set in this step is also used as
the device number for the bulk receive function.
Press the [BAND 5] button and use the [UP]/[DOWN]
buttons to set the MIDI receive channel.
• 1-16 : MIDI channel over which messages are
received.
• ALL : MIDI messages from all channels are
received
• oFF : MIDI messages are not received
● Set the MIDI Transmit Channel
Sets the UD-Stomp’s MIDI Transmit Channel.
The MIDI channel set in this step is also used as
the device number for the bulk out function.
Press the [BAND 6] button and use the [UP]/[DOWN]
buttons to set the MIDI transmit channel.
• 1-16 : MIDI channel over which messages are
transmitted.
● ON/OFF Setting for MIDI Merge
Sets whether or not the MIDI signal that is received
via the UD-Stomp’s MIDI IN jack will also be retransmitted via the MIDI OUT jack.
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Utility Mode
Press the [BAND 7] button and use the [UP]/[DOWN]
buttons to set the merge setting.
• on
• oFF
: Data is retransmitted via the MIDI OUT
jack
: Data is not retransmitted via the MIDI
OUT jack
* When the merge is on, data retransmitted via the MIDI OUT
jack is not confined to the MIDI Receive Channel setting so
all data from all channels will be transmitted.
● MIDI Bulk Out
This operation transmits data stored in the UDStomp’s USER AREA as well as Utility Mode settings to an external device, such as the YAMAHA
MDF3, etc., for back up or storage.
Use a MIDI cable to connect the UD-Stomp’s MIDI
OUT jack to the MIDI IN jack of an external MIDI
device.
MIDI
IN
MIDI
OUT
MDF3, etc.
To send all USER AREA data (011-933) plus
Utility settings with the Bulk Out operation.
Press the [BAND 8] button (“ALL” will appear on
the display), then press the [STORE] button to carry
out the MIDI Bulk Out.
To send a single USER AREA patch (data) with
the Bulk Out operation.
After pressing the [CONNECT] button, select the
patch number you want to send with the bulk out.
Just as in selecting a patch number in the Play
Mode, use the [UP]/[DOWN] buttons or the foot
switches to select the patch.
After selecting a patch, press the [STORE] button
to carry out the MIDI Bulk Out operation with a single
patch.
* After transmitting the data the device will return to the previous condition, ready to select another patch number.
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● About the MIDI Bulk In
This operation is used to return data stored in an
external MIDI device such as the YAMAHA MDF3,
etc., to the UD-Stomp.
Use a MIDI cable to connect the MIDI OUT jack on
the external MIDI device to the UD-Stomp’s MIDI
IN jack.
When Bulk Out data is sent from the external device, the UD-Stomp will receive the bulk data.
* Use the UD-Stomp’s Play Mode to receive MIDI Bulk In data.
When the MIDI Bulk In is carried out, the contents of the patches in the USER AREA will
be rewritten.
Please make sure any important data is saved
before carrying out the MIDI Bulk In operation.
■ External Control Settings
Just as described in the “External Control Settings”
section on page 24, these settings can be used to
control each of the UD-Stomp’s effect parameters
from the ASSIGNABLE CONTROL, a foot controller connected to the EXP. PEDAL jack, or a MIDI
device connected to the MIDI IN jack.
● External Control Operating Mode
After pressing the [UTILITY] button, use the [UP]/
[DOWN] buttons to select “CtL” in the display. Next
press the [STORE] button to enter the External Control Operation Mode.
Press the [BAND 1] button and use the [UP]/[DOWN]
buttons to select an Operating Mode for the external control.
• PrG : The external control setting that is set in
the patch is available.
• GLb : The external control setting in the Utility
Mode is always available.
• oFF : The external control is always OFF.
The following five functions can be used when the
Operating Mode is set to “GLb”.
● Set the External Control Number
Press the [BAND 2] button and use the [UP]/[DOWN]
buttons to set a control number (1-8).
* Refer to [External Control Settings] (page 24)
Utility Mode
● Set the External Controller
Press the [BAND 3] button and use the [UP]/[DOWN]
buttons to select the type of controller (EP, 1-31,
64-95).
* Refer to [External Control Settings] (page 24)
● Set the Parameter to be Controlled
Press the [BAND 4] button and use the [UP]/[DOWN]
buttons to select the parameter to be controlled
(ti1-).
Press the [BAND 2] button and use the [UP]/[DOWN]
buttons to set the position (127-255).
You can also hold the [BAND 2] button and move
the EXP Pedal to set the position.
* Due to the relationship between the maximum and minimum
value, a value which results in a practical range (refer to the
illustration below) of less than 128 can not be used.
* The value can not be set greater than that of the EXP Pedal’s
Switch Setting.
* Refer to [External Control Settings] (page 24)
● Set the Parameter’s Minimum Value
Press the [BAND 5] button and use the [UP]/[DOWN]
buttons to set the parameter’s minimum value (the
parameter’s value when the controller is set to its
minimum: 0.0-10.0).
Practical Effective Range
(more than 128)
Minimum
Value
Maximum
Adjustable
Range
Maximum
Value
* Refer to [External Control Settings] (page 24)
● Set the Parameter’s Maximum Value
Press the [BAND 6] button and use the [UP]/[DOWN]
buttons to set the parameter’s maximum value (the
parameter’s value when the controller is set to its
maximum: 0.0-10.0).
* Refer to [External Control Settings] (page 24)
● Transmitting Control Change Numbers from
the EXP Pedal
Set the MIDI control change number that is to be
transmitted when the EXP pedal is used.
Press the [BAND 3] button and use the [UP]/[DOWN]
buttons to set the control change number.
■ EXP Pedal Settings
These settings are available when the EXP Pedal
“E.P” is selected as the controller in the External
Control Settings Section. (→ page 24)
• oFF : MIDI is not transmitted
• 1-32, 64-95 :
Control change number that is to be
transmitted.
After pressing the [UTILITY] button, use the [UP]/
[DOWN] buttons to select “E.P” in the display. Then
press the [STORE] button to enter the EXP Pedal
setting mode.
● Set the Minimum Value of the EXP Pedal
Sets the minimum value that indicates the position
of the EXP Pedal.
Press the [BAND 1] button and use the [UP]/[DOWN]
buttons to set the position (0-128).
You can also hold the [BAND 1] button and move
the EXP Pedal to set the position.
* Due to the relationship between the maximum and minimum
value, a value which results in a practical range (refer to the
illustration below) of less than 128 can not be used.
● Set the Maximum Value of the EXP Pedal
Sets the maximum value that indicates the position
of the EXP Pedal.
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Error Messages
If an error occurs during operation, one of the following error message numbers will appear in
the display. Stop operation of the device and follow the proper solution described below.
E 1: MIDI Receive Buffer Full
CAUSE:
Too much MIDI data is being received at one time.
SOLUTION: Try reducing the amount of data being sent or, break the data into smaller blocks.
E 2: Communication Error.
CAUSE:
An abnormality is detected during MIDI communications.
SOLUTION: Check all connections, etc. and try again.
E 3: Bulk Receive Check Sum Error.
CAUSE:
The check sum does not match the received MIDI bulk data.
SOLUTION: Check all connections and data, and try again.
E 4: Bulk Receive Data Abnormality.
CAUSE:
An abnormality is detected in the received MIDI bulk data.
SOLUTION: Check all connections and data, and try again.
E 5: Backup Battery Error.
CAUSE:
Backup battery power is depleted.
SOLUTION: Continued use of the device will result in the loss of data. Return the device to the
music dealer where you purchased it or, the nearest Yamaha Service center and
have the battery replaced.
Trouble Shooting
No Sound
→ Is the power adaptor properly connected?
→ Is the volume level of the instrument connected
to the INPUT jack turned up?
→ Are the EFFECT LEVEL knob and the DIRECT
LEVEL knob values set to “0”?
→ Is the OUTPUT LEVEL knob value set to “0”?
→ If an EXP. Pedal is being used to control the
volume, try stepping on the pedal.
No Effect
→
→
→
→
Is the LEVEL knob value set to “0”?
Is the EFFECT LEVEL knob value set to “0”?
Is the TIME setting’s value set to “0”?
Is the BYPASS mode switched ON with the
BANK Footswitch (the BANK Footswitch lamp
lights)?
→ Is the effect switched OFF with the Footswitch
(1, 2, 3) (the lights for the Footswitches are
off)?
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→ If an EXP. Pedal is being used to control the
volume, try stepping on the pedal.
Turning the Knobs Does Not Change the
Sound
→ First, rotate the knob until the value in the display changes and then set. (→ page 13)
→ Is an Effect Band selected? After selecting an
Effect Band with one of the [EFFECT BAND 18] buttons, rotate the knob to set. (→ page 13)
Can Not Transmit MIDI
→ Is the MIDI channel matched with MIDI channel on the receiving device? (→ page 25)
→ Is the MIDI Merge set to “OFF”? (→ page 25)
Can Not Receive MIDI
→ Is the UD-Stomp in the Play Mode? Return to
the Play Mode and try receiving again.
→ Is the UD-Stomp’s MIDI channel set to “OFF”?
(→ page 25)
Specifications
Digital Section
• 8-Band Delay (Delay Time: 696msec max per band)
• Delay Time, Loop Filter (High Cut, Low Cut), Feedback, Tap, Pan, Level parameters can be set for
each individual Effect Band.
• Effect Bands can be connected in series or parallel
• Effect Bands can be grouped together
• Maximum delay time (8 bands grouped) is
5890msec
• The same number of delay outputs as the number of delays used in the Group are available.
• Tap Tempo Function (Delay Time)
• Loop Sampling Function
• Individual Modulation Settings (Speed, Depth) for
each Effect Band are available.
• Two types of modulation waves can be set simultaneously (Sine + Triangle/Saw Up/Saw Down).
• Modulation sync between bands is available.
Connections/Jacks
INPUT: Standard Monaural Phone Jack
OUTPUT L/MONO, R: Standard Monaural Phone
Jack
PHONES: Standard Stereo Phone Jack
EXP. PEDAL: Standard Stereo Phone Jack
DIGITAL OUT: COAXIAL (Samplling Rate : 44.1 kHz)
MIDI IN, MIDI OUT: 5 pin DIN
A/D Converter
20 bit + 3 bit Floating
D/A Converter
20 bit
Sampling Frequency
44.1 kHz
Memory Allocations
MIDI Functions
Receive: Program Change (Program Change Table
can be created), Control Change, Bulk In
Transmit: Program Change, Control Change, Bulk
Out, Merge Out
Controller Switch
Top Panel
Push Switch x17
UP, DOWN, UTILITY, STORE, EFFECT BAND
(1 - 8), CONNECT, GROUP, SYNC, WAVE,
FUNCTION
Knob x14
ASSIGNABLE CONTROL, TIME COARSE,
TIME FINE, LOW CUT FILTER, HIGH CUT
FILTER, FEEDBACK, DIRECT LEVEL/PAN,
TAP, SPEED, DEPTH, PAN, LEVEL, EFFECT
LEVEL, OUTPUT
Footswitch x4
1, 2, 3, BANK
Rear Panel
STAND-BY ON/OFF, INPUT LOW/HIGH
Display
7 Segment LED (3 digit) x1
Push Switch LED x17
Foot Switch LED x4
Preset: 90
User: 90
Input Level/Impedance
(When using preamp bypass)
INPUT HIGH: -25dBm/1MΩ
INPUT LOW: -15dBm/1MΩ
Output Level/Impedance
OUTPUT L/MONO, R: 0dBm/1kΩ
PHONES: 0dBm/47Ω (47Ω load)
Power
Exclusive Power Adaptor (AC-10)
AC Output: AC12V, 1000mA
Power Consumption
15W
Dimensions (WxHxD)
280x70x184mm (11.0”x2.8”x7.2”)
Weight
2.2kg (4lbs 14oz)
Accessories
Power Adaptor (AC-10)
Owner’s Manual (this booklet)
* Specifications and design may change without notice.
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Date:14-Dec-2001
Model UD stomp MIDI Implementation Chart
Version : 1.0
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Recognized
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Remarks
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:Basic
Default
: 1 - 16
: 1 - 16, off
: memorized
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:Channel Changed
: 1 - 16
: 1 - 16, off
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Default
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Messages : x
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Altered
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:Velocity Note ON
: x
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Key's
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Ch's
: x
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:Pitch Bender
: x
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: x
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: x
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MIDI Implementation Chart
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:System Exclusive
: o
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:System : Song Pos. : x
: x
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: x
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:common : Tune
: x
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:System
:Clock
: x
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:Aux :All Sound OFF: x
: x
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:Reset All Cntrls : x
: x
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:Local ON/OFF : x
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: x
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:Mes- :Active Sense : o
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Mode 1 : OMNI ON, POLY
Mode 2 : OMNI ON, MONO
o : Yes
Mode 3 : OMNI OFF, POLY
Mode 4 : OMNI OFF, MONO
x : No
MIDI Implementation Chart
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