SAMPLING DELAY
SAMPLING
DIGITAL
DELAY
OWNER'S MANUAL
KORG
The SDD-2000 is a new kind of digital delay that is designed to work
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up to 4368ms to be recorded
can provide very long delay
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times of up to. 4368ms. Up to
ing clock, or other signal can
and
64 effects such as chorus,
be used to set the delay time,
desired. Coupled with a MIDI
flanging, doubling, and echo
making it easy to match the
keyboard (or other MIDI con
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when
sampled
access. MIDI program change
sound can be "played" (like
data can be used to select
on a sampling keyboard in
stored effects.
strument).
Congratulations and thank you for
purchasing the Korg SDD-2000.
For optimum performance,
long term reliability and safety,
please read this manual before use.
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To avoid malfunction do not use this unit in the follow
ing locations for long periods of time:
• In direct sunlight
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• Exposed to extrernes oftemperature or humidity;
• In sandy or dusty places.
POWER SUPPLY
■• Useonly with rated AC voltage. If you will be using
this unit ina country having a different voltage, be
sure to obtain the proper transformer to convert to
• To helpiprevent rioiseand diBgraded sound quality,
avoid usingthe sam&outletas other equipment or
branching off extension cords shared by other
equipment
HANDLE GENTLY
Knobs and switches are designed to provide positive
operation with a light touch. Excessive force may
cause damage:
MAINTENANCE
Wipe the exterior with a soft, dry cloth. Never use paint
thinner, benzene or other solvents.
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PREVENTING ELECTRICAL
INTERFERENCE
Erratic performance may be caused by electrical interference from nearby appliances (radio, TA/, etc:)rOT
especially those with motors. Avoid operating this unit
near possible sources of interference.
KEEP THIS MANUAL
Store this manual in a safe place of future reference.
FEATURES & FUNCTIONS
1. FRONT PANEL
2. REAR PANEL/CONNECTIONS
:. RACK MOUNTING PROCEDURE
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DIGITAL DELAY MODE
1. BASIC SETTINGS
2. OPERATION
3. PROGRAM WRITE PROCEDURE
A. SETTING BY REC SWITCH OR FOOT SWITCH
B. SETTING BY DRUM MACHINE TRIGGER SIGNAL
C. MIDI TIMING CLOCK SETTING
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A. RECORDING/PLAYBACK WITH MIDI SWITCH OFF
B. RECORDING/PLAYBACK WITH MIDI SWITCH ON (FOR PITCH CONTROL)
1. SPECIFICATIONS AND OPTIONS
2. BLOCK DIAGRAM
3. FREQUENCY RESPONSE GRAPH
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1 FRONT PANEL
INPUT SECTION
OUTPUT SECTION
2 Input LEVEL Control—
1 HEADROOM Indicator-
-3 DIRECT Volume Control
-4 BYPASS Switch
-5 REC CANCEL LED
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-12 FREQ Switch
-14 EFFECT Switch
-13 INTENSITY Switch
-15 FEEDBACK Switch
-16TIMEX 4 Switch
-17 TIME Switch
-18 PROG/PARA (REC CAL)
-19 WRITE Switch
-20 DISPLAY
-21 INCREMENTAL CONTROL
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INPUT SECTION.
I HEADROOM Indicator
This LED meter sihows input signal level. However,
nothing is indicated during the 9-second muting
period after power is turned on or during bypass
operation.
2 Input LEVEL Control
Used to adjust input signal level.
OUTPUT SECTION.
3 DIRECT Volume Control
is controls the volume of the direct sound in the
+ MIX and - MIX outputs on the rear panel.
4 BYPASS Switch
J this switch is on, only the direct sound is sent
to the outputs. During bypass operation the DIRECT
volume control setting has no effect; the input signal
is sent to the output jacks without any change.
Bypass operation is indicated by an LED. Press this
switch again to return to the previous effect.
This switch cannot be used during recording in the
sequencer and sampling modes.
REC CANCEL
5 REC CANCEL LED
This LED illuminates during REC CANCEL operation.
For details, see the explanation for the rear panel
REC CANCEL jack.
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REC SYNC SECTION
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REC Switch
In the sampling and sequencer modes this is used
as the recording switch. In the trigger overdub mode
it is used to manually set the delay time.
7 TRIG OVERDUB Switch
This switch is used to select the trigger overdub
mode with automatic setting of delay time.
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SEQ Switch
This selects the sequencer mode for recording and
repeated playback of phrases of up to 4368ms.
SAMPLING Switch
This selects the sampling mode which allows re
cording of audio signal inputs and reproduction of
the sampled signal when triggered by a foot switch
or other signal source.
10 TRIG LED
This illuminates when a trigger signal is input to the
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rear panel trigger jack during trigger overdub, sampl
ing mode operation.
MIDI
11 MIDI Switch
When this switch is on, its LED lights up and the
SDD-2000 can receive MIDI data.
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PROGRAMMER SECTION.
12 FREQ Switch
This selects display of the modulation frequency
(speed) value and allows adjustment using the incre
mental control knob.
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13 INTENSITY Switch
This selects display of the modulation intensity
(depth) value and allows adjustment using the incre
mental control knob.
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Effects such as chorus, vibrato, and flanging are
produced by using the internal LFO (low fre
quency oscillator) to vary (modulate) the delay
time.
14EFECT Switch
This selects display of the volume level of the
delayed signal (or the sampled signal to be reproduc
ed) and allows adjustment using the incremental
control knob.
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No effect sound
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15 FEEDBACK Switch
Selects display of the amount of feedback and its
phase. This also allows adjustment of the feedback
value using the incremental control knob.
Displayed Value
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Feed Back Level
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About Feedback
Feedback or "regeneration" is a matter of taking
part of the signal coming out of the delay line and
feeding it back into the input to be processed
again. The amount of feedback and its phase help
establish the effect produced. With long delay
times, feedback level simply determines the
number of repeats or echoes. In flanging and
other short delay effects, the feedback level and
phase affect the tone color of the sound.
Runaway oscillation will occur if the feedback
level is set too high.
16 TIME x 4 Switch
This selects the "x4" mode which allows delay (or
recording/sampling) times of up to 4368ms. When
this is off, the maximum delay time is 1092ms.
An LED lights up to indicate 4 mode.
The x1 mode (the normal mode when x4 is not
selected) has superior high frequency response.
17TIME Switch
This is used to enable setting of the delay (or record
ing/sampling) time. In the x1 mode, the display
shows times of from 0. 0 to 1092ms; in the x 4 mode
it shows from 0 to 4368ms.
At settings of up to 10ms in the x 1 mode the display
gives fractional indications to the first decimal place.
18 PROG/PARA (RECCAL)
In the delay mode, this switches between allowing
"program change" and allowing editing of individual
parameters. In the sequencer and sampling modes it
allows "recording calibration." (For details, see the
section on the REC CAL function.)
19 WRITE Switch
This is used to store programs in memory. For
details see the section on "Writing a Program."
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gram numbers, MIDI channels, and so on.
When used to set the delay time, this controller is
sensitive to how fast you turn the knob. It is designed
to change one step at a time when turned slowly,
and change in larger amounts when turned rapidly.
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20 DISPLAY
Shows the program number and the values of par-
21 INCREMENTAL CONTROL
This is used to adjust, set or select parameters, pro-
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This unit takes about nine seconds to initialize itself
after the power is turned on. All functions are in
operative during this muting time.
POWER
I REAR PANEL/CONNECTIONS
CONTROL SECTION
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BYPASS jack
REC CANCEL jackPROGRAM UP jackREC jack
TRIGGER jack—
TUNE Control—
MIDI IN jack
MIDI THRU jack-
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sequencer,
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INPUT/OUTPUT SECTION
-3 DIRECT Output
-4 + MIX Output
-5 - MIX Output
-2 ATTENUATOR
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INPUT/OUTPUT SECTION
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This section has jacks for the audio input signal and output signals.
1
INPUT Jack
For signal from electric guitar, bass, microphone,
keyboard, etc.
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2 ATTENUATOR
Set this switch to the position suitable for the type of
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• Input Level Adjustment
• If the input level is too high it will cause distor
tion. If it is too low, it will reduce the signal-tonoise ratio. Adjust input level so that the HEAD
ROOM indicator + 6dB LED lights occasionally
on maximum signal peaks.
• Remember to check and readjust input level
after changing feedback level. This is necessary
because the amount of feedback will change the
-10dB
3 DIRECT Output
From synthesizer, drum machine, other
electronic instrument, mixing console,
or audio system
signal level within the circuitry.
• Set the ATTENUATOR to the correct position for
the signal source before adjusting input level.
Input Signal Source
Switch
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guitar,
bass,
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piano, microphone, or other low level
signal source.
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This provides the direct sound (the input sound) only.
-OUTPUT
BYPASS
+ MIX Output
This provides a mixed output.of the direct and effect
(or recorded/sampled) sounds. Balance is determin
ed by the front panel DIRECT volume control setting
and the PROGRAMMER section EFFECT setting.
DIRECT
OUTPUT
* MIX
- Mix
13 MIDI THRU Jack
This provides the MIDI signal received at the MIDI IN
jack unchanged.
This chart shows which kinds of MIDI data can be
received by the SDD-2000 when the front panel MIDI
switch is on. MIDI equipped keyboards, sequencers,
drum machines, and computers can be connected to
the SDD-2000.
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Modulation data is used to modulate sound record
ed using the SEQUENCER or SAMPLING mode. If
the sent data value is higher than the intensity
parameter value for a mode, then modulation can
be applied at higher than the set value. In this case,
modulation depth is smaller when compared with
those of the delay sound generated with the
DELAY or TRIGGER OVERDUB mode.
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RACK MOUNTING PROCEDURE
ACK VIOUNTING
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Attach using supplied screws.
If there is a gap of around 3mm or more here, fill the
rear area with something to keep the unit from sagging.
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-MIX Output
This provides an out of phase mix of the direct and
effect sounds. Balance is determined in the same
way as for the + MIX output.
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About Input/Output Level
Input and output level are at unity (one to one) in
the SDD-2000. Output level is the same as input
level.
Using the Outputs
The three output jacks can be connected
in
several ways to create stereo-like effects.
Example: 1.
Connect the DIRECT and + MIX outputs to sepa
rate amplifiers or separate mixing console chan
nels and pan them to opposite sides. Set the front
panel DIRECT volume control to "0" (so that only
the effect sound appears in the + MIX output). With
short delay times this gives a rich stereolike sound.
With long delay times the sound appears to shift
from one side to the other.
Example: 2
Use + MIX and - MIX connected to separate ampli
fiers or separate mixing console channels and pan
them to opposite sides. The out-of-phase effect
component of the - MIX output creates a very
spacious sound. Especially good for chorus, flang
ing, and similar effects.
CONTROL SECTION
The jacks in this section are used with foot switches, drum nnachines,
MIDI signals, and so on for control of various SDD-2000 functions.
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BYPASS Jack
For foot switch control of the BYPASS function. Us
ed the same way as the front panel BYPASS switch.
FEATURES & FUNCTIONS
7 REC CANCEL Jack
When a foot switch that is connected to this jack is
depressed, the SDD-2000
switches to the REC
CANCEL mode. This leaves the effect sound that is
present at the instant the foot switch is depressed
and switches the input signal to bypass the delay cir
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cuitry. While REC CANCEL is on, the front panel
REC CANCEL LED illuminates.
8 PROGRAM UP Jack
The selected program number is advanced each
time a foot switch connected to this jack is depress
ed (in the delay mode).
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REC Jack
For foot switch operation with the same function as
the front panel REC switch, (Used for modes other
than the delay mode.)
10 TRIGGER Jack
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—For a trigger signal input from a drum machine or
foot switch.
This triggers playback of sampled sounds (in the
sampling mode) or sets the delay time (in the trigger
overdub mode).
The front panel TRIG LED illuminates every time a
trigger signal is received.
Foot Switches to be Used with Control Jacks
Foot switches to be used with these control
jacks should be the type that is on during the
period the foot switch is depressed. Such foot
switches include the Korg PS-1 and S-2.
11 TUNE Control
.
This lets you adjust the pitch of the reproduced
sound by up to ±50 cents in the sampling and se
quencer modes.
12 MIDI IN Jack
This jack is for reception of MIDI data from a MIDI
keyboard, sequencer, drum machine, or computer.
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Up to 64 effects such as various short delays,
long delays, chorus, flanging, and other groups of settings
can be stored in memory and recalled as desired.
These "programs" can also be edited
and assigned different program numbers.
1. BASIC SETTINGS
T Turn off the power on the SDO2000 and all ampli
fiers, keyboards, and other equipment to be con
nected. Then make connections referring to the
chart in the Rear Panel/Connections section of this
manual.
\2\ After completing connections turn on power on the
SDD-2000 and other equipment.
After an initial muting period of about 9 seconds the
SDD-2000 will be ready to use.
Adjust input level so that the +6dB LED on the
HEADROOM display lights up only occassionally on
input signal peaks.
Use the DIRECT volume control to adjust the amount
of direct signal in the MIX outputs.
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Selected program
A. Incremental Controller Method
Press the PROG/PARA switch (in the PROGRAM
MER section*- 30 that the LED illuminates. Then use
the INCREMENTAL CONTROL knob to change the
program number.
number shown here.
Turn to change number.
Press so LED lights.
Q Program Change
Effect programs can be selected in several ways, as
described below.
DIGITAL DELAY MODE
B. Foot Switch Method
Before turning on the power, connect a foot switch
to the rear panel PROG UP Jack.
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The program number will advance by one each time
the foot switch is depressed. (This is effective
regardless of the position of the PROG/PARA
Korg PS-1
foot switch, etc.
switch.)
C. MIDI Data Method
Before turning on the power, connect a MIDI
keyboard or other MIDI control device. Connect the
extemal MIDI unit's MIDI OUT jack to the SDD-2000's
MIDI IN jack.
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3] Turn on MIDI switch on SDD-2000 (so the LED il
luminates).
g] Select the MIDI receive channel by the method de
scribed below. The selected channel must match the
channel(s) to which the connected keyboard (or other
unit) can send. Then a change in the program
number on the keyboard will cause a change in the
program number on the SDD-2000.
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• SETTING THE MIDI RECEIVE CHANNEL
T While pressing on the MIDI switch, slowly turn the
INCREMENTAL CONTROL knob one step. The dis
play will then show the previously selected MIDI
receive channel number.
• When the power is turned on the SDD-2000 is initially
in the OMNI mode. But it switches to OMNI OFF as
soon as this procedure is performed.
[2] If the displayed channel number is not what you
want, turn the INCREMENTAL CONTROL knob to
select your desired MIDI channel.
S Release the MIDI switch.
• The selected program number is maintained when
the power is turned off. The displayed program
number is the most recently selected program
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(Example here indicates channel 1.)
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B Editing
Program contents can be edited by the following
method.
QD Press the PROG/PARA switch so that the LED goes
out
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(2 Press the switch for the parameter that you want to
change.
• When you press one of the parameter switches (such
as FREQ, INTENSITY, EFFECT, FEEDBACK, TIME)
its LED will illuminate and the value of that
parameter will be shown on the display.
Use the INCREMENTAL CONTROL knob to adjust
the value of the selected parameter.
• The time mode switches back and forth between x 4
and x 1 each time the TIME x 4 switch Is pressed.
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• A dot at the left side of the data display lights up
when a value has been changed. The dot goes out if
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•The edit will be cancelled if you change to a different
program number and then return to the edited pro
gram number.
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• Programs remain as edited if the power is turned off
and then turned on again.
}. PROGRAM WRITE PROCEDURE
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Press WRITE switch.
number will flash on and off.
A Select the program number under which you wish to
save your effect. The program number can be
selected by the INCREMENTAL CONTROL knob, by
a PROG UP foot switch, or by MIDI program change
data.
Si Press the WRITE switch again to complete the pro
gram write procedure.
TRIGGER OVERDUB MODE
This mode uses a foot switch or drum machine trigger signal (or front panel
REC switch) or a MIDI timing clock signal to set the delay time.
This makes it easy to match delay time and song tempo.
A SETTING BY REC SWITCH
OR FOOT SWITCH
1. BASIC SETTING
Q] Turn off SDD-2000 and all equipment to be con
nected. Make connections referring to the Rear
Panel/Connections section of this manual.
NOTE:
In this case, do not plug anything into the TRIG
jack. If anything is plugged into the TRIG jack then
the front panel REC switch can not be used to set
the delay time. (The TRIG jack is used when a drum
machine is used to determine the delay time, as
described later.)
gj Turn on power after completing connections. The
SDD-2000 is now in the delay mode. Adjust input
level.
1. DELAY TIME SETTING
i Press the TRIG OVERDUB switch so that its LED is
on. This changes the SDD-2000 from the delay mode
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mode.
]2 The Display appears as shown here.
The time mode switches back and forth between x 1
and x 4 each time the TIME x 4 switch is pressed.
The x4 mode enables delay time of up to 4368ms.
Maximum delay time in the x 1 mode is 1092ms.
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time. Your delay time is now the time measured be
tween the two times that you pressed the switch.
However, if the elapsed time reaches the maximum,
then the display stops there. The maximum is
1092ms \r the x1 mode and 4368ms in the x4
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mode.
This method of setting the delay time makes it easy
to match the tempo of the music.
You can now continue performing using the delay
time just set.
This counts up as
the delay time is measured.
3. OPERATION AFTER
.SETTING DELAY TIME
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parameters whose switch LEDs are flashing (REC,
INTENSITY. EFFECT, FEEDBACK). To edit a para
meter, depress its switch and at the same time turn
the INCREMENTAL CONTROL knob.
• To return to the time mode
Press the TIME x4 switch to return to the time
mode. This takes you back to step 2.
Parameter values can be
chance while pressing these
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• Editing Parameters
After setting the delay time, you can edit the various
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• To reset the delay time
Press the REC switch. This begins measurement of
time, as in step 3.
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• To return to delay mode from trigger overdub mode.
Press the TRIG OVERDUB switch so that is LED
goes out.
This returns you to the delay mode. The delay time
and time mode (x 1 or x4) values set in the trigger
overdub mode are retained.
Other parameter values are those of the delay mode.
TRIGGER OVERDUB MODE
B SETTING BY DRUM MACHINE
TRIGGER SIGNAL
1. BASIC SETTING
CD Turn off power on SDD-2000 and equipment to be
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connected.
P«OGUP
g] Connect drum machine's trigger out jack to SDD2000fs TRIG input jack. Refer to Rear Panel/Connec
tions section of this manual for details about other
connections.
ID Tum on power after completing all connections. The
SDD-2000 is now in the delay mode. Adjust input
level.
2. SETTING THE DELAY TIME.
OD Change to the trigger overdub mode by pressing the
TRIG OVERDUB switch so that its LED lights up.
Flashing
At this point, parameter values set in the delay mode
are carried over unchanged into the trigger overdub
This LED on.
mode.
The Display appears as shown here.
FREQ
The time mode switches back and forth between x 1
and x4 each time the TIME x 4 switch is pressed.
The x 4 mode enables delay times of up to 4368ms.
Maximum delay time in the x 1 mode is 1092ms.
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' Flashing
Indicates time mode
(x4 mode shown here). Indicates mat delay time
can now t>e set.
3 Press the REC switch or foot switch. The display will
appear as shown here.
Now start the drum machine. The TRIG LED will light
up each time a trigger signal is received and the
display will show the length of time from each trigger
input to the next.
When the display does not change, press the REC or
foot switch again to return to status®, above. Then,
confirm the connections with the drum machine.
FWEQ
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JfTPCfTY TIME X 4 PROO/MAA
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PROGRAMMER
This means it is waiting for trigger signals
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PROG NO.
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time will then be set as the time between the last two
DATA/T1ME(ms
1
s
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trigger inputs.
The delay time setting will be shown on the display.
You can now continue performing using the new
delay time.
Delay time (measured time)
NOTE:
If the time between triggers exceeds the maximum
(1092ms in x 1 mode or 4368ms in x4 mode) then
the display stops and the delay time is set as that
maximum figure.
}. OPERATION AFTER
SETTING DELAY TIME
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TME
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switches.
OATA/TlMEtms)
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PROGRAMMER
Parameter values can
be
cnanged while pressing these _
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• Editing Parameters
After setting the delay time, you can edit the various
parameters whose switch LEDs are flashing (REC,
INTENSITY, EFFECT, FEEDBACK). To edit a para
meter, depress its switch and at the same time turn
the INCREMENTAL CONTROL knob.
Parameter values can be changed while pressing
these switches.
Shows delay time setting.
Turn to adjust parameter value (while keeping para
meter switch depressed)
• To return to the time mode
Press the TIME x4 switch to return to the time
mode. This takes you back to step [2].
• To reset the delay time
Return to stepd).
• To return to delay mode from trigger overdub mode.
Press the TRIG OVERDUB switch so that is LED
goes out.
This returns you to the delay mode. The delay time
and time mode (x 1 or x4) values set in the trigger
overdub mode are retained.
Other parameter values are those of the delay mode.
TRIGGER OVEROUB MODE
C MIDI TIMING CLOCK SETTING
1. BASIC SETTING
Q] Turn off power on SDD-2000 and equipment to be
connected.
S- Use MIDI
FflEO
MTEM9TY T1M£x4 *
cable to connect sequencer (or other
source of MIDI clock signal) MIDI OUT to SDD-2000
MIDI IN jack. Refer to section on Rear Panel/Connec
tions for connections to other equipment.
This LED on.
[1 Press SDD-2000 MIDI switch so that its LED is on.
2. SETTING DELAY TIME.
When power is turned on the SDD-2000 is initially in
the delay mode. Press the TRIG OVERDUB switch to
change to the trigger overdub mode.
Flashing
At this point, parameter values set in the delay mode
are carried over unchanged into the trigger overdub
This LED on.
mode.
.2 The time mode switches back and forth between x1
and x4 each time the TIME x 4 switch is pressed.
The x4 mode enables delay times of up to 4368ms.
Maximum delay time in the x1 mode is 1092ms.
The INCREMENTAL CONTROL knob is used to
select sync timing of 16, 8, 6. 4, or 2-beat.
FWEQ
MTEMSTTY TIMEx 4
EFFECT FEEDBACK
Example:
The display here is for x4 mode and 16-beat.
TME
PROG NO.
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LLlCl
□PROGRAMMER
Flashing
Shows sync beats
(here it is 16-beat)
Indicates time mode
A value of 2-16 selected
(x4 mode shown here).
by the INCREMENTAL
CONTROL knob
Press REC switch or foot switch.
The display will appear as shown here.
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DATA/T1ME(m*)
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Waiting for MIDI ciock
Start sequencer or other MIDI control unit. The SDD2000 starts measuring the delay time when it
receives the first MIDI timing clock signal.
signal "CLoc")
Indicates time mode
(x4 mode shown here)
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r PROG NO~11
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DATA/T»ME(ms)
WB*.««**WW
(tlWWaa
After the selected number of MIDI clock signals are
received, the SDD-2000 sets the delay time and per
formance can continue, the delay time setting is
shown on the display.
If the clock signal display does not change when the
U
MIDI device is started, press the REC or foot switch
to return to status!2j, above. Then, confirm the con
nections with the MIDI device.
Counts up.
NOTE:
If the time it takes to receive the selected number of
MIDI clock s :pais exceeds the maximum time of
the time mocs selected in step[2], then measure
ment will end, the display will show that (maximum)
value, and it will be set as the delay time.
I OPERATION AFTER
.SETTING DELAY TIME
I
EFFECT FEEDBACK
TIME
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PROGRAMMER
Parameter
values
can
be_
changed while pressing these'
switches.
DATA/T1ME(mt)
• Editing Parameters
After setting the delay time, you can edit the various
parameters whose switch LEDs are flashing (REC,
INTENSITY, EFFECT, FEEDBACK). To edit a para
meter, depress its switch and at the same time turn
the INCREMENTAL CONTROL knob.
• To change the sync beat
Turn the INCREMENTAL CONTROL knob a little
(one step) so that the present beat value is shown on
the display. If this is not what you want, turn the knob
until your desired beat setting is displayed. The delay
time will change to match the beat setting.
Example: 16-beat: 200ms-
-► frbeat: 400ms
To return to the time mode
Press the TIME x4 switch to return to the time mode.
This takes you back to step 2.
To reset the delay time
Return to step 3.
Returning to Delay Mode from Trigger Overdub
Mode.
Press the TRIG OVERDUB switch so that its LED
goes out. This returns you to the delay -*ode. The
delay time and time mode (xi or *4) values set in the
trigger overdub mode are retained.
Other parameter values are those of the delay mode.
Each ,s suitable for particular purpcS
1 !?i!\thlseC|uencer and sampling modes
1. SEQUENCER MODE
Plays me whole phrase ow~
and over again.
I SAMPLING MODE
Plays whole recorded section
once; does not repeat.
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A RECORDING/PLAYBACK
WITH MIDI SWITCH OFF
1. BASIC SETTING
_L Turn off SDD-2000 and all equipment to be connected. Make connections referring to the Rear
Panel/Connections section of this manual.
• If you will be using the sampling mode, make con
nections from a drum machine trigger output or foot
switch to the SDD-2000 rear panel TRIG input jack
2. After completing connections, turn on the power on
the SDD-2000 and other equipment (amp, keyboard,
drum machine, etc.)
! Adjust input level so that the HEADROOM indicator
Foot switch or drum machine
+ 6dB LED illuminates occasionally on the highest
signal peaks.
2. RECORDING/PLAYBACK
PROCEDURE
J_ Press the SEQ (sequencer) or SAMPLING switch to
select the mode to be used.
• At this point, parameter values (frequency, intensity,
effect) set in the delay mode are carried over un
changed into the selected sequencer or samplina
mode.
Press SEQ or SAMPLING switch.
LED lights on switch that is pressed.
2 The display appears as shown here.
OATA/TlMeimTT
• The time mode switches back and forth between xi
WHITE
and x4 each time the TIME x 4 switch is pressed.
□
PROGRAMMER
Indicates that
Flashing
recording is now possible
indicates time mode
(x4 mode shown here)
Select the time mode according to your require
ments for high frequency response and length of
recording time. The *4 mode enables delay times of
up to 4368ms. Maximum delay time in the *1 mode
is 1092ms, but high range response is better.
Begin signal input. Recording will begin when input
level reaches +3dB, as shown on the HEADROOM
indicator. The display will appear as shown here
EFFECT FEEDBACK TIME
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□
PROGRAMMER
rEC
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Display (" rEC") flashes during recording
[S Press the REC switch (or foot switch connected lo
REC jack) when you want to end recording.
• If you don't press the REC switch or foot switch then
Press REC switch.-
recording will end at the maximum time selected by
■a
the TIME x 4 switch.
REC SYNC
CD
Si The recorded sound can now be played back.
The dispfay appears as shown here.
• In the sequencer mode, the recorded sound is
automatically reproduced as soon as recording has
been completed.
• In the sampling mode, the recorded sound is
repeated once each time a trigger signal is received
at the rear panel TRIG jack.
• To record, again, press the REC switch. This will
return you to step [2].
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"PLAY1" indication means
that recorded sound can De
reproduced.
.3. OPERATION AFTER RECORDING
(DURING PLAYBACK)
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After setting the delay time, you can edit the various
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parameters whose switch LEDs are flashing.
o u
Press the switch for the parameter that you wish to
edit. While the switch is depressed, the display will
show the present value for that parameter, and the
value can be adjusted by turning the INCREMENTAL
PROGRAMMER
CONTROL knob.
Frequency, intensity, effect,
and time LEDs are flashing.
> Editing the Time Parameter
...
■
! ^
After a recording has been made, you can shorten
the length of the recording by editing the TIME
'i
parameter. This shaves off the recording from the
-i
end. To reduce the length of a recording, hold down
the TIME switch and turn the INCREMENTAL CON
■■■MB
Time value after editing.
i
TROL knob.
Time value before editing.
■
After editing, this Domon
is no longer reproduced.
,' * Note that recordings can only be made shorter;
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they can not be made longer than the original
recording time.
NOTE
In the sampling mode, sound will no longer be
reproduced if you edit the time parameter so that
the time value is reduced to around 120ms in the
x 4 mode or 30ms in the x 1 mode.
• To return to the delay mode:
Press the presently selected mode switch (SEQ or
SAMPLING) so that its LED goes out. This returns
you to the delay mode.
Frequency, intensity, and effect parameter values
are carried over into the delay mode.
I
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B RECORDING/PLAYBACK WITH MIL/i
SWITCH ON (FOR PITCH CONTROL)
ABOUT MIDI OPERATION
A MIDI keyboard (or other MIDI device) can be used
with the SDD-2000 to control the pitch of the reproduced sound
in the sampling and sequencer modes.
This kind of recording and playback requires attention
to the following operations:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Supported note range setting.
Sampling note setting.
MIDI data processing setting.
REC CALIBRATION
Each of these is described below.
Actual recording and playback procedures are described afterward.
1. SUPPORTED
NOTE RANGE SETTING
About supported note range.
This depends on the time mode. A sound recorded in
Example with C as the lowest note:
the *4 mode can be reproduced over a range of near
ly three octaves. A sound recorded in the x1 mode
can be reproduced over a range of nearly one octave.
This is feferred to as the supported note range.
in the x 4 mode
In the x 1 mode
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MIDI Keyboard
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c,
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C0-B2 supported
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B Pitch of supported note range.
The pitch of the supported note range can be set in
semitone steps within the range shown in the chart
below.
• Refer to the instruction manual for the MIDI
keyboard to determine its pitch range (MIDI note
data range).
In x1
mode
Example: Using the DW-6000 as the control keyboard with the
SDD-2000 in the x4 mode and the supported note
Range
of
possible
range set
sup
at C2 through B4
ported note range settings.
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a GDQjQXDD ;
CO-BO supported
IN x4
mode
No sound from
this section.
Sound reproduced by SDD-
No sound
range are played.
section
2000 when keys in this
from this
Range of possible sup
ported note range settings.
B How to set the supported note range.
1" Hold down the MIDI switch and at the same time
press the SEQ (sequencer) switch.
© Hold down MIDI switch
The display will flash, indicating the current sup
Press sequencer switch while
ported note range. A dot after the note name in
dicates a sharp (#). liC.V means C#, for example.
depressing MIDI switch.
This indicates the lowest note of the current sup
ported note range. C# 1 is indicated in this example.
PROG NO.
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DATA/TlME(ms)
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L>.
i c
II
2, Press the MIDI switch and the SEQ switch; at the
same time turn the INCREMENTAL CONTROL knob
to set the lowest note of your desired supported note
range. In thex4 mode the supported note range will
extend three octaves above the selected note. In the
xi mode it will extend one octave above the selected
note.
The actual supported note
range will determine which
part of the keyboard can be
used to "play" the SDD2000.
When a MIDI keyboard is-connected and the send
and receive channels match, then you can play a
note on the keyboard to set the supported note
range. Play the lowest note of the supported note
range that you desire.
SEQUENCER MODE/SAMPLING MODE
• The supported note range setting is retained when
the power is turned off.
NOTE
Set the supported note range after selecting the
time mode.
2. SAMPLING NOTE SETTING.
The sampling note is a note that you choose within the
supported note range. It is set according to the pitch
range within which you want the recorded sound to be
reproduced. (That is, how much lower or higher you
want the reproduced sounds to be in relation to the
pitch of the recorded sound. The sampling note can be
set in semitone steps within the supported note rang?
O About the sampling note.
Example:
x4 mode with supported note setting as shown here.
.Tl Now if we set B4 as the sampling note and then
record a sound, the relationship between the keys
hSS^S.1?6
PiCh shown
°f the here.
reproduced sound ^
nave the relationship
If we set C1 as the sampling note and record a
th°
t' 'he ,r(r'ationship ^vteen th« keys played and
l
C1 is P'ayed. the reproduced sound will have the
the sound m was recof-ed " keys h.gher than Ci ar»
Lun^
i f !f- plin9 note and 'ecord a
sound the relationship between the keys played and
H How to set the sampling note.
T Hold down the MIDI switch and press the SAMPL
ING switch at the same time.
The display will flash, indicating the current sampl
ing note setting.
© Hold down MIDI switch.
■® Press SAMPLING switch while
depressing MIDI switch.
^ Press the MIDI switch and the SAMPLING switch; at
the same time turn the INCREMENTAL CONTROL
knob to set the sampling note.
When a MIDI keyboard is connected and the send
and receive channels match, then you can play a
note on the keyboard to set the sampling note. The
DATA/TIME(ms)
PROG NO.
~ u r
sampling note can be set at any semitone step
within the supported note range.
t c
• The sampling note setting is retained when the
power is turned off.
Shows sampling note being set previously.
(F # 1. in this example)
NOTE
Be sure to set the time mode (x4orx1) and sup
ported note range before setting the sampling note.
The sampling note must be set before recording.
Changing
it
after
recording
will
not
cause
any
change in the reproduced sound.
MIDI DATA
PROCESSING SETTING
D Reception of NOTE OFF data.
E xample: Using sampllnQ mode.
tinues to ena of
Sei not to resoond to
NOTE OFF aata.
Set to respond to
NOTE OFF data.
Key depressed
(NOTE ON)
If the SDD-2000 is set to respond to NOTE OFF*
data, then the release of a key on the MIDI keyboard
Reoroduction con
recorded sound even
will stop reproduction of recorded sounds in the se
quencer and sampling modes. That is, sound will on
after key is released
Sound is reproduced
ly be reproduced while a key is depressed. See step 3
until key is released
Key released
(NOTE OFF)
below for instructions on the setting procedure.
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* NOTE OFF data is the MIDI data that indicates
that a key has been released.
1
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]
Reception of VELOCITY data.
When set to respond to VELOCITY* data, the volume
of the reproduced sound will depend on how hard
keys are played on the MIDI keyboard, if the key
board (or other MIDI device) itself can produce
VELOCITY data.
In this case, the EFFECT parameter value (which
controls reproduced volume) will be ignored and
volume will depend on received VELOCITY data. See
step 0 for instructions on the setting procedure.
"~"
~~ — — — — — — __ _
,
'VELOCITY (NOTE ON) data: MIDI NOTE ON data "I
tells when a key is played, which key is played, and
how hard it is played. VELOCITY data is the part of
the NOTE ON data that indicates how hard the key
■=L
is played.
I How to set MIDI data processing parameters.
Follow the steps below to set the SDD-2000 to re
spond to MIDI NOTE OFF and/or VELOCITY data or
to ignore it.
I Press the MIDI switch and at the same time press
the SEQ (sequencer) or SAMPLING switch.
© Press MIDI switch
® Press either or these switcnes
S) Display shows current settings.
Pressing the REC switch toggles the setting be
I
tween "response" and "no response" to NOTE OFF
data. The upper LED bar lights up when set to re
PROG NO. 11
DATA/TIME??
spond to NOTE OFF data.
• Pressing the TRIG OVERDUB switch toggles the set
ting between "response" and ttno response" to
VELOCITY data. The lower LED bar lights up when
set to respond to VELOCITY data.
Then, the time mode can be changed by pressing the
TIME x4 switch.
• These settings are retained when the power is turned
off.
4. REC CALIBRATION.
When using the sequencer or sampling modes with a
MIDI keyboard, reproduced pitch may not be quite right
In this case, you can have the SDD-2000 calibrate itself
to achieve pitch accuracy. This procedure is called REC
CALIBRATION. It is useful to perform REC CALIBRA
TION before recording and after adjusting the rear
panel TUNE control.
REC CALIBRATION can be performed in the recording
standby condition and during playback. The SDD-2000
also performs REC CALIBRATION automatically im
mediately after recording.
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This
bar
(LED)
illuminates
when set to respond to VELO
CITY data.
This
bar
(LED)
illuminates
when set to respond to NOTE
OFF data.
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muut
REC CALIBRATION during recording standby.
The display appears as shown below right before a
signal is input for recording (that is, during recording
standby).
y
Flashes slowly
This LED on
Recording standby display
Flashes rapidly
REC CALIBRATION display
Press the REC CAL (PROG PARA) switch (the one
with the slowly flashing LED).
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MTMmr TMEX4 F*OG/MUU
;
The SDD-2000 then performs calibration for the
El
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notes C through B. The display appears as shown
here.
PR( tGRAMft IER
Indicates that calibration is in
progress.
Shows note being calibrated
(A* in this example).
This LED on.
When REC CALIBRATION ends, the display returns
to the recording standby condition.
• REC CALIBRATION in playback condition.
In the playback condition, the display appears as
shown here.
B El E □
Press the REC CAL (PROG PARA) switch (the one
with the slowly flashing LED). The REC CALIBRA
PRC GRAMMFR
r^'S LED on
Tw
..
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Flashes rapidly
Rashes slowly
,
i
, M.
'
Indicates that
playback is possible.
The display changes In the pattern shown below.
r u
—
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- D
r u
Recording standby
indication
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u
n
O
P
Recording in pro
c r
C Q u
gress
r
u
R
gress
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i
ji
Calibration in pro
Indicates that
playback is possible
TION display will appear.
The SDD-2000 then performs calibration for the
notes C through B. Upon completion the "PLAY" in
dication appears again on the display.
^a?,o«
automatically performs REC
OALIBRATION immediately after recording even if
you do not press the REC CAL switch.
RECORDING/PLAYBACK PROCEDURE
1. BASIC SETTING
:h Turn off power on the SDD-2000 and equipment to
SK?,^
M'DI
connect
2000 MIDI IN jackI to
theCable
MIDI t0
OUT
jack ofthe
the
board or other MIDI device.
™™J?
lH ^S" On rear Panel/connections and
connect the amplifier and other equipment.
r^*
turn °n
and other equipment.
-,?
peaks
S°that the HEAD«OOM indicator
t6S OCCasional|y on the highest
2. RECORDING AND PLAYBACK
• NexSS ^ M'Di SW'tCh S° that 'tS LED illuminates-
REC
TWG
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^COWCU
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SEO
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— This LED on
REC SYNC
?: NOTE OFF data processing setting
(See section on MIDI data processing.)
■©While keeping me MIDI sw.tcn
depressed, press the SEQ or
SAMPLING switch.
<D Press the REC switch to shift Dae*
and forth between "response
and "no response" to NOTE OFF
data
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3] VELOCITY data processing setting.
(See section on MIDI data processing.)
0 While keeping me MIDI switch
depressed, press the SAMPLING
® Press the TRIG OVERDUE switch
to shift back and forth between
"response" and "no response'*
to VELOCITY data.
Press the SEQ (sequencer) or SAMPLING switch to
select the mode.
Delay mode parameter settings (frequency, intensity,
effect) will be carried over into the sequencer and
sampling modes.
Press SEQ or SAMPLING switch.
.5. The display will appear as shown here.
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DATA/TIMEImsf"
f V, - - -
• Press the TIME x 4 switch to select the time mode
according to your requirements for recording time
and supported note range.
PROGRAMMER
- asning
wee
Indicates time mode
(x 4 mode shown here)
[6j Set the supported note range.
(See section on supported note setting.)
mo
i
-0 While keeping the MIDI switch
depressed. Dress the SEO switch.
& Turn me INCREMENTAL CON
REC SYNC
TROL knoo or play me W0\
keyboard to seiecte me lowest
note of the supported note range
«ec
tug
-0 While keeping me
TWGOVBPm
SCO
REC SYNC
MIDI switcn
depressed, press me SAM?l;nG
lAMJUMQ
switch
Turn the INCREMENTAL CON
TROL knob or play me MiOi
liiiunwr
keyboard to select the sampling
note.
2. Set the sampling note.
(See section on sampling note setting.)
8 Press the REC CAL (PROG/PARA) switch to perform
REC CALIBRATION.
(See section on REC CALIBRATION.)
I
Press PROG/PARA switch
9. Begin playing the sound that you want recorded.
Recording will begin automatically when input signal
level reaches +3dB, as shown on the HEADROOM
indicator.
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*TEMsrnr time x 4
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Recording stancby
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DATA/ nMEln
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r
AMMER
Flashes "rEC" to indicate recording m progress
JO. Press the REC switch at the point that you want
recording to end.
• If you do not press the REC switch then recording
will end at the maximum time as determined by the
TIME x4switch setting and the sampling note set
Press REC switcn
o
TWGCKBCUB
ting. (See NOTE.)
o
8EQ
.
SAMPUNQ
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RECSYHC
NOTE
If the sampling note is set higher than the lowest
note in the supported note range then the max
imum recording time will be shorter than the usual
maximum of 4368ms in the *4 mode or 1092ms in
the x 1 mode.
• REC CALIBRATION is performed automatically after
recording has been completed. (See section on REC
CALIBRATION for details.)
11. Playback can begin after recording. The display ap
pears as shown here.
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• In the sequencer mode, the sounc s reproduced at
its original pitch immediately after recording. Play
the keyboard within the supported note range to
change the pitch of the reproducec sound.
•fTEMSTTY TIME X 4
MECCMJ
P«OGNO
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EFFECT FEEDBACK
TIME
w«rrE
□ B D
• In the sampling mode, piay the keyboard within the
supported note range to reproduce the sound at the
pitch you desire. The sound is reproduced from the
beginning each time a key is played.
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[#_
OATA. riMElm
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PROGR AMMER
Indicates mat DiayDacK is ocssoie
("PLAY maication )
cnange) Qa!a. Pitch can be bent up or down to a max
imum of 3 degrees.
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(INPUT LEVEL)
(IMPEDANCE)
(MAX CLIP LEVEL)
-35dBm
47kfi
+6dBm
-10dBm
500kfl
+ 19dBm
1. Input
|
.„...
(OUTPUT LEVEL)
(IMPEDANCE)
- 35dBm
6000
- 20dBm (DIRECT)
600Q
-20dBm (EFFECT)
600Q
+ 6dBm (DIRECT)
600fi
+ 3dBm (EFFECT)
2. Output (unity)
-10dBm
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3. Frequency response
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4. Dynamic range
j
5. S/N ratio
1
t. Distortion
!
(MAX CLIP LEVEL)
20Hz-20KHz
±1dB (DIRECT)
30Hz- 18KHz
+.idB, -3dB (EFFECT) (x 1 mode)
30Hz-4.5KHz
+ 1dB, -3dB (EFFECT) (x4 mode)
90dB (IHF) (EFFECT) or more
95dB (IHF) (DIRECT) or more
80dB (IHF) (EFFECT)
0.05% (DIRECT)
0.1% (EFFECT)
0-4368ms (in 1ms steps)
!
7. Delay time
0-1092ms (x 1 mode: can be set in 0.1ms steps from 1 to 10ms)
0-4368ms (x 4 mode)
8. Feedback
63 steps
0-31 (positive phase)
0:0%
31:110%
0 — 31 (inverted Dnase)0:0% -31: 110%
Modulation waveform: Triangle wave
9. Modulation
Modulation frequency: 0.1 Hz-10Hz (FREQ parameter values: 0 = 0.1 Hz; 31 = 10Hz)
Delay time modulation range: 2:1 (at INTENSITY 31)
;
10 Dimensions
482(W) x 44(H) x 344(D)mm
11. Weight
4.5kg
12. Power supply voltage
Local voltage
13. Power consumption
17W
14. Supplied accessories
Rack molunting screws x 4
15. Options
Connection cord
MIDI cable
Foot switch (PS-1. S-2) Hard case
i IV/I1U
I BLOCK DIAGRAM
HEAD
ROOM
-50
50
100
500
1
5K
10K
20K
FREQUENCY (Hz)
•*#•■
«%#*%■
I IVJI1O
7
FEEDBACK PHASE
(GAIN
UNITY)
ATTENUATOR
/
'
DIRECT
i BYPASS/
J-* DELAY OFF
'OE-
EMPHASIS
I
OUTPUT
FEEDBACK LEVEL
+ MIX
UOUTPUT
i-MIX
JOUTPUT
PROG NO
! PROGRAM
DATA/TIME (ms) DISPLAY
88.8.88.8
—t^*4 MEMORY
-10 5
ODUITRPEC
o
LEVEL
CD
3. FREQUENCY RESPONSE GRAPH
1. CHANNEL MESSAGES
Status
10 0 0
n n n
n
Okkk
kkkk
Oxxx
xxxx
Note off
Velocity ignored
10 0 1
n n n
n
Okkk
kkkk
Ovvv
vvxx
Note on (see note 1)
(Owv ww> 0) (see note 2)
Okkk
kkkk
0000
0000
Note off
10 11
n n n n
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 1
Ovvv
vvxx
Modulation (see note 3)
10 11
n n n
0 111
10 11
0000
0000
All notes off
0 111
110 0
0000
0000
Omni off
(All notes off)
0 111
110 1
0000
0000
Omni on
(All notes off)
n
110 0
n n n n
Oxpp
pppp
1110
n n n n
Oxxx
xxxx
Program change (See note 4)
Obbb
bbbb
Pitch bend (See note 5)
2nd byte ignored
Note 1: Data is ignored if it is out of the range set in the supported note.
Note 2: Note on velocity has 5-bit resolution.
Note 3: Modulation has 5-bit resolution.
Bit-0 and bit-1 are ignored.
Note 4: Program number are 0-63. Bit-6 is ignored.
Note 5: Pitch bends have 7-bit resolution. The 2nd byte is ignored
Obbb bbb = 0111 1111 causes +3 degree change.
Obbb bbbb = 0000 0000 causes -3 degree change.
2. REAL-TIME MESSAGES
1111
10 0 0
1111
1110
Timing clock
Active sensing
3. COMMON MESSAGES
Status
1111
0 111
Byte-2
Byte*3
End of exclusive
4. bXULUblVE MESSAGES Refer to the SDD-2000 MIDI EXCLUSIVE for details on 3 and 4.
Status
SDD-2000 MIDI EXCLUSIVE
1. PROGRAM DATA FORMAT
A MIDI equipped personal computer can be used to load up to 64 programs into the SDD-2000. (But pro
grams can not be saved from the SDD-2000 to the computer.)
1. Programs are made up of 8-byte words as shown in the chart below.
bit 7
bit 6
bit 5
bit 4
bit 3
bit 2
bit
Byte 0
0
TM 6
TM 5
TM 4
TM 3
TM 2
TM
Byte I
0
TM
Byte 2
0
TM 15
(MSB)
TM 7
Byte 3
0
0
0
Byte 4
0
0
0
Byte 5
0
0
0
v Byte 6
0
0
0
14
TM
Byte 7
I 3
TM
12
FB 4
(MSB)
FO 4
(MSB)
INT 4
(MSB)
EFF 4
(MSB)
0
06H steps
• 10- 1092ms (1ms steps)
3CH steps
Parameters (Maximum value: 1FH)
Steps 0-31 correspond to hex values of 00H- -1FH.
42H ". (KORG ID 42H)
I
2IH , (FORMAT ID 2IH)
|
(SDD-2000 ID 05H)
I
xxH
(DATA 5I2 Byte : 8Byte x 64PROGRAM)
xxH j
F7H! (EOX)
TM
10
(LSB)
TM 9
TM 8
FB 3
FB 2
FB
I
FB 0
(LSB)
FO 3
FO 2
FO
I
FO 0
(LSB)
INT 3
INT 2
INT
EFF 3
EFF 2
EFF
0
0
INT 0
I
(LSB)
I
x4
x4 mode (Byte€ biM must be 1)
• 0 - 4368ms (1ms steps)
0FH steps
Example: x 1 mode with 500ms delay time.
Greater than 10ms so 3CH steps.
500(D) = 1F4<H)
1F4H x 3CH = 9530H
• Feedback phase is inverted by setting byte6 bit-0 to 1.
FOH) (EXCLUSIVE)
I I
TM 0
I
Byte 7: Not used yet.
I Time data (Maximum value: FFFOH)
x 1 mode (oyte-6 bit-1 must be 0)
• 0 -10ms (0.1ms steps)
2. SEND FORMAT
TM
bit 0
I
EFF 0
(LSB)
INV.
DELAY
TIME(msec)
(x1 mode)
INT
EFFECT
0
20
0
25
0
25
21-28
31-38
Doubling I
30
.I
50
Doubling II
30
Chorus
10
0
61-68
Flanging
2
28
71-78
Flanging II
2
-27
81-88
Vibrato
10
15
29
26
1
25
31
1
31
25
20
26
31
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