Dynacord DRP 10 User's Manual

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1. INTRODUCTION
First of all we should like to thank and congratulate you for choosing the Digital High Quality Reverb & Multi Effects
Processor DRP 10 from DYNACORD.
The DRP 10 is a High Quality Stereo Reverb unit and room simulator with first rate single and multi effect features.
ts new operator environment with Preset Group keys allow instant selection of effect programs from the instrument
register.
All effects such as room reverb, plate reverb, delay, chorus, flanger, phaser, space, rotoflanging, pitch shift etc.
can easily be changed in realtime and stored in 258 user memory places. The selection of various configurations
enables the user to realize individual stereo effects and multi effects. Programms created by the user himself can
be allocated to the instrument groups, to be called up quickly and easily by the appropriate selection key.
The DRP 10 can be used as a pre-switched unit, e.g. for guitars, or for looping into your mixing console. The inputs
and outputs can be switched to -6 dBm or + 4dBm as required, allowing for straightforward adaptation of the DRP
10 to your existing equipment. The flat frequency response of 20 Hz to 20 kHz in the effect path ensures that the
effects sound clear and transparent especially as regards the highs.
It goes without saying that the DRP 10 is equipped with a MIDI interface. MIDI can be used to change programms
via remote control, to alter parameters dynamically, to edit parameters, transfer programs to other units and load
them back to the DRP 10 again at any time.
This Owner's Manual is meant to help you familiarize yourself with all the DRP 10's other features. Please read it
through carefully and we guarantee that your new DRP 10 High Quality Reverb 8: Multi Effects Processor DRP 10
from DYNACORD will give you great pleasure,
IMPORTANT NOTES
ATTENTION: This unit must be protected from damp because of fire risk and the
possibility of electric shocks.
1. Make sure that nothing, especially no metal objects, are inserted into the device. This
could result in a severe electric shock or malfunction.
2. If the unit is subjected to extreme fluctuations of temperature, e.g. on being transported
from outside to a heated room, condensation can form. The unit should not be used until it
has reached room temperature.
3. If water or any other liquid is spilt on to the unit accidentally, the unit should be switched off
immediately and taken to a servicing facility to be checked.
4. Make sure that the unit is always well ventilated and never exposed to direct sunlight.
5. Do not use sprays to clean the unit as they have a detrimental effect on the unit and could
ignite suddenly.
6. Inside the unit there is a battery to supply the RAM when the unit is switched off. This will
ensure that your stored USER programs do not get lost. The service life of the battery is
approx. 5 years. If the voltage drops below a minimum value, the following display appears
after switching the unit on: "Service Required, Change Internal Battery”. In this case contact
the DYNACORD service center for changing the battery.
ON NO ACCOUNT SHOULD THE USER ATTEMPT TO DO THIS HIMSELF! |
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2.1 FRONT PANEL
1. INPUT control
This adjusts the input level of both channels in a range
from -80 dB to +21 dB (if the INPUT selector on the rear
side is in position LINE) or from -90 dB to +10 dB (INPUT
selector in position INSTR).
2. Level indicator
This is for signal level monitoring, whereby the maximum
value of the input or output level is always indicated.
Ancther feature is the peak hold function which allows
easy level matching.
3. Program number indication
This 2-digit display shows the number of the current
program. The program number is related to the active
effect group.During selection of a new program the
indicator blinks until the program is activated by ENTER
(= pressing of the rotary encoder).
4, Multi-functional display
This is a LC dispiay involving 2 lines with 16 characters
each. In PLAY mode the program name (upper line) and
effect name (lower line) are indicated. In EDIT mode the
parameter structure and a graphic and numeric parame-
ter value are indicaled. Depending on the current status
OPTION menus, status messages, user guide messa-
ges etc. appear.
5. Effect group buttons
Activation of one of these keys provides access to the
corresponding effect or instrument group in question
(indication via LED), where the rotary encoder or SE-
LECT keys are used for program selection. In each
group there are 20 treely programmable program places
(31-50). Furthermore, 99 programms can be stored in
the user group. Press ENTER or activate a group key
twice to activate the program selected.
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6. Status/Mode LED's
These LED's indicate the DRP 10's current status. If the
LED EDIT lights up, the EDIT mode is indicated. The
LED MIDI lights up when MIDI parameters are being
edited and on reception of MIDI data. The LED EFFECT
OFF indicates that the effect unit has been switched off.
7. Rotary Encoder with ENTER button
In Play mode a program can be selected by turning the
rotary encoder and activated by pushing the encoder (=
ENTER). In Edit mode the parameter values can be
altered by the rotary encoder. The input of the parame-
ters can be accelerated by turning the encoder and
keeping it pressed down at the same time. Generally
speaking the rotary encoder serves for faster single-han-
ded operation of the DRP 10.
For further information please see chapter "OPERATI-
ON", page 5-1.
8. EDIT Button
This button changes the operation to EDIT mode. After
pressing this button, the first parameter of the active
program is shown. Further parameters are accessible
via the SELECT buttons. The value of the parameters
shown can be changed via the rotary encoder.
For further information please see "EDITING",
chapter 5.2.
9. STORE Button
With this button the edited programs can be stored in a
user memory place in the selected effect group and the
name of a program can be altered.
For further information please see chapter 5.3, "SAVING
AND PROGRAM TITLE".
10. MIDI Button
This push-button calls up the MIDI editing mode. After
pressing this button, global MIDI settings, program-rela-
ted MIDI command sets, MIDI dumps elc. can be made.
For more detailed information please see chapter "MID!"
on page 9-1.
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9+10. OPTION Function
This button combination (STORE+MIDI pressed simul-
taneously) allows access to OPTION mode where uni-
que settings for the unit can be made or checked,
For further information please see "OPTION", chapter 8.
11. SELECT < Button
In play mode this button selects the previous program
number (activation by pushing the rotary encoder). In
edit mode it is used tor selecting parameters (always the
previous parameter).
12. SELECT > Button
In play mode this button selects the next program num-
ber (activation by pushing the rotary encoder). In edit
mode itis used for selecting parameters (always the next
parameter).
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13. EFFECT OFF Button
Pressing this button will switch off the effect unit and
feeds the input signal without effect ("dry") to the output.
The LED EFFECT OFF lights up. Pressing this button
once more will switch on the effect again; the LED
EFFECT OFF goes out. This function can be remote
controlled by a foot switch (see rear panel). For further
information please see "EFFECT ON/OFF FUNCTION",
chapter 5.5.
14. POWER switch
This button is used to switch the DRP 10 on and off.
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2.2 REAR PANEL
15. Mains socket
The DRP 10 is started up by connecting the enclosed
mains cable to the mains socket. The DRP 10 is de-
signed for mains voltages of 90 V to 250 V, meaning that
fluctuations in mains voltage present no problem!
16. Groundlift switch
The groundlift switch serves to prevent hum loops. If the
DRP 10 is operated together with other units in a 19"
rack, the switch should be put on "GROUNDED". If the
DRP 10 is used together with units which have different
earthing potentials the switch should be put on "UNGRO-
UNDED".
17. Remote socket PEDAL
An optional foot controller DYNACORD FR 5 can be
connected here. This enables real time control of certain
parameters. The control parameter for each DRP 10
program can be programmed separately.
For further information please see "REMOTE CON-
TROL", chapter 10.
18. Remote socket UP/DOWN
An optional foot switch DYNACORD FS 500 can be
connected here to switch over programs. The user can
determine which programms are to be selected in the
OPTION menu.
For further information please see "REMOTE CON-
TROL", chapter 10.
19. Remote socket EFFECT OFF
An optional foot switch DYNACORD FS 12 can be
connected at this socket to switch the effect unit on or
off (same function as EFFECT OFF on the front panel).
Activating the foot switch for the first time switches the
effect off, re-activation switches the effect back on again.
20. MIDI sockets IN/QUT/THRU
If the socket MIDI IN is connected with a MIDI-controlled
unit, the DRP 10's programs can be selected from there.
Parameter alterations are also possible, whereby the
DRP 10 parameters can be assigned to the MIDI con-
trollers at random. The MIDI OUT socket serves as a
data output, e.g. to transter the contents of the USER
memory to a MIDI data recorder or another DRP 10. Data
can thus be saved and re-loaded via MIDI IN at any time.
All MIDI data received is passed on unchanged via the
socket MIDI THRU.
For further information on MIDI please see chapter 9.
21. Sockets OUTPUT LEFT/RIGHT and level switch
Ht/LO
These are the DRP 10's stereo outputs. A level switch
can be used to select a nominal output level of +10 dBu
(HI) or 0 dBu (LO). If only one of the two jack sockets is
used, this results in a MONO sum from the left and the
right channel.
22. Sockets INPUT LEFT/RIGHT and selection
switch LINE/INSTRUMENT
These are the DRP 10's stereo inputs. The selection
switch can be used to choose between LINE input (+4
dBu) or Instrumental input (-6 dBu, high-Z). In order to
feed in a MONO signal simply connect just one of the
two input sockets.
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3. SETTING UP THE DRP 10
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must be connected properly. To start the unit up connect
the enclosed mains connection cable with the DRP 10's
mains socket and your power supply.
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The groundlift switch serves to avoid hum loops. De-
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Important:
« Always use well-screeed audio cables.
e To avoid high frequency losses the feeding lines,
especially to the inputs, should not be longer than
10m.
« Do not position the unit directly on or under a power-
ful power amplifier, TV monitor or the like, as the
leakage field of the transformers in such devices
could induce hum in the electronics of the DRP 10.
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UNGROUNDED: If you use the DRP 10 together with
units with different earthing potentials.
GROUNDED: If you use the DRP 10 together with other
units in a 19" rack.
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4. START-UP
4.1 SWITCHING THE UNIT ON
1. The DRP 10 is switched ON via the POWER switch
(14).
2. The following appears on the display:
3. Subsequently the DRP 10 is ready for operation
and is in Play mode. The following may appear on
the display:
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NOTE!
If the display on the right side appears after the unit has
been switched on, you should contact the service center
to change the internal battery.
In this case the battery voltage has dropped below a min.
value and there is no guarantee as to whether your
program data will be maintained in the memory after
disconnecting the unit from the mains supply.
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4.2 LEVEL SETTING
1. First set the INPUT selector switch depending on
which equipment has been connected.
2. While the level is being adjusted via the INPUT
control (1), keep checking the maximum indication
on the level meter (2). The optimum value is 0 dB.
If the control range should prove insufficient, press
the INPUT selector switch (at the rear) to INSTR.
The CLIP LED indicates internal overdriving and
should on no account be lit up.
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INSTR: This range is selected for low levels, such as
electric guitar or bass. The inputs are Hi-Z.
LINE: This range is selected for medium to high
levels, e.g. AUX- OUTPUT, audio equipment
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5. OPERATION
The DRP 10 is operated via an rotary encoder with a
push function (ENTER) and 6 function keys and 9 effect
group keys.
The DRP 10 contains 5 different modes which can be
selected directly trom any state,
1. PLAY MODE:
Mode after switching on
Program selection mode
Activation with effect group keys
2. EDIT MODE:
Effect parameters are edited here.
Indication via EDIT LED
Activation via EDIT key
3. STORE MODE:
Storing and copying programs
Title editing
Activation via STORE key
5.1 PROGRAM SELECTION
Programs can only be selected when the DRP 10 is in
Play mode. This is the case after switching on, for
example.
The DRP 10 contains 240 fixed factory programs
01 - 30 (per effect group)
and in addition, 259 freely programmable User programs
31 - 50 (per effect group)
01 - 99 (USER group)
1 Tocallup a memory place you press one of the effect
group keys (5) in order to select the effect or instru-
ment group required.
(Not necessary if you are already in the program
level required)
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Setting of global MIDI parameters and program specific
MIDI Parameters
Indication via MIDI LED
Activation via MIDI key
5. OPTION MODE:
Editing functions pertaining to equipment
Activation via OPTION keys
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3 The program name selected appears on the display Chorus Voice
and the program number and the effect group LED 05 (HQ Modulation)
blink.
4 Activate the program by pressing the Rotary Enco-
der (ENTER) (7) (= ENTER).
The Rotary Encoder is a fine detent control without
left or right limit stop and with an integrated key. It
works like an electronic step counter which counts
one detent every time it is activated. If keeping pus-
hed during rotation, 10 units per detent are counted.
PUSH = ENTER
In the Play mode it is used to select a memory place,
otherwise it is used to perform all value inputs.
Pressing the rotary encoder (= ENTER) confirms all
inputs.
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The DRP 10 has a large number of editing possibilities, | "MPORTANT:
meaning that the user is free to create completely indi- — While editing, use the table on page 7-1. This is
vidual effect programs. an important editing aid and tells the user:
Before you actual start with editing effect parameters, | 1 Which and how many parameters are in each effect
select a program with the effect structure (configuration) structure.
in question, described in 5.2.1. Then you can change | » The value range of each parameter.
one or more parameters within the program (5.2.2). _ J
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5.2.1 SELECTION OF THE EFFECT STRUCTURE
The effect structure is the skeleton of every program. It
determines which individual effects are to take part. The
name of the effect structure is shown in the lower line of
the display. For a description of all effect structures
please turn to chapter 6.
1 Tolocate a program with the desired effect structure
within any effect group, use the rotary encoder (7)
or the two SELECT keys (11) and (12), as described
under "PROGRAM SELECTION".
2 The selected effect structure is shown on the display
with its program title, e.g.:
3 Activate the program by pressing the rotary encoder
(7) (=ENTER).
The desired effect structure is thus activated. You can
now edit any parameter, change the name of the pro-
gram and store the result in a USER memory location
within any effect group as required.
5.2.2 EDITING THE PARAMETERS
Parameters are altered in EDIT mode. For a description
of all parameters please turn to chapter 7.
1 Press the EDIT key (8).
2 Youarenowin EDIT mode. The EDIT LED lights up
and the name and the value of the first parameter in
the active program appear on the display. A graphic
indication of the parameter value gives constant
information as to one's current position in the para-
meter range.
3 The rotary encoder (7) can now be used to alter the
parameter value. If the rotary control is kept pressed
while turning, the parameter input is accelerated.
(greater step width).
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is immediately audible. The EDIT LED then blinks to
show that the program has been changed. If you do 01 Par ии
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takes the user to the next individual effect in the
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switch to the next single effect in the active con-
figuration. For the order please see description
of the effect structures in chapter 6.
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NOTE! Your program alterations have not yet been
stored ano will be lost at the next program change!
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The EDIT LED continues to blink. There are several F 01
different possible ways of continuing:
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name, proceed directly to chapter 5.3. =.
— if you should wish to store the edited program in
a memory place, proceed to chapter 5.4.
— if you should wish to continue to alter parame-
ters, start again at step 1.
— if you should require the original program again,
press the rotary encoder (ENTER). The altered
parameter values are thus deleted. The EDIT
LED goes off.
Note:
— Youcan switch to store mode directly by pres-
sing the key STORE (9) in edit mode!
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5.3 SAVING AND PROGRAM TITLE
No matter whether you are editing a program (parame-
ter) or wish to save the alteration of a name, the saving
procedure is always the same. The same applies to
saving MIDI patches. All values are stored under the
desired user program place in the selected effect group.
The storing procedure is initialed and ended via the
STORE key (9) on principle. You can prevent storing by
cancelling the procedure with any MODE key, (EDIT,
MIDI, OPTION) or one of the effect group keys.
1 Press STORE (9) to initiate the storage procedure.
The following may appear on the display.
2 If you wish to save the program in the place sugge-
sted by the DRP 10, without altering the name,
proceed directly to step 7. If you only wish to alter
the name but not the program place, proceed to
step 5.
3 With the SELECT < key (11) you can put the cursor
on the effect group name and select then the desired
effect group with the rotary encoder (7).
4 Put the Cursor again on the program number with
the SELECT > key (12) and select the desired me-
mory place via the rotary encoder (7). You can
continue with step 7 if the name is not to be altered.
5 Select the title line (2nd line) via the SELECT keys
(11) and (12).
6 The desired characters can be set on the blinking
cursor position via the rotary encoder (7). For a
space or to delete a character press the rotary
encoder (7). The SELECT keys (11) and (12) can be
used to move the cursor backwards and forwards
and to move back to the 1st line.
7 Final storage occurs by pressing the key STORE (9)
again. NOTE! The previous program occupying that
particular memory place will be deleted! Therefore
make sure that the destination program number
corresponds with the number you require. The stora-
ge procedure can be cancelled by pressing any
MODE key at random.
The following may appear on the display:
The new program is activated.
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5.4 COPY
In the DRP 10 it is possible to copy programs from one
memory place to any other.
The procedure is similar to that of storing a program.
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In Play mode select the program you wish to copy
(see program selection 5.1)
2 Press the key STORE (9) to initiate the copying
procedure.
The following may appear on the display:
3 Select the effect group and the memory place where
you wish to copy your program.
4 Storing occurs when the STORE key (9) is pressed
again,
The copy procedure can be cancelled by pressing
any other MODE key at random.
5 "Program stored" appears on the display (for ap-
proximately 1 second) once storage has been com-
pleted.
6 Thenthe DRP 10 returns to Play mode. The copied
program is active in the new memory place.
5.5 EFFECT-ON/OFF FUNCTION
To switch the effect signal off, activate the EFF OFF key
(13). You then hear the direct signal without effect (dry).
The appropriate LED signalizes this state to the user.
Press the key EFF OFF (13) again to switch the effect
back on. The EFF OFF LED goes off and the effect is
applied to the signal again.
Informations for remote control of these functions please
see page 10-1, "REMOTE CONNECTIONS".
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IMPORTANT!
— The direct signal remains unchanged during the
EFF ON/OFF function but it only appears at the
output when the ORIGINAL LEVEL of this pro-
gram is turned on. |
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STORE to VOCL 31
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Program
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6. EFFECT STRUCTURES
The DRP 10 has 10 different effect structures (configu-
rations). These provide the basis for drawing up a pro-
gram. Each effect structure consists of various individual
effects and the corresponding parameters. The selection
and number of parameters is ideally suited for creating
the effect in question.
Fora description of the individual parameters please turn
to chapter 7. The effect/parameter table in chapter 7.1
shows which individual effects and parameters are
available in which effect structure.
All the effect structures are listed and explained in more
detail in this chapter.
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A Direct only F Delay + Reverb
B High Quality Reverb G Pitch + Delay + Reverb
C High Quality Modulation H Modulation + Delay + Reverb
D Pitch Shift | Distortion + Modulation + Delay + Reverb
E Long Delay K Delay Line 1 > 2
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A DIRECT ONLY
This structure merely serves to loop an input signal
through to the output directly. The output volume can be
stored at the same time. This type of program serves to
provide dynamic volume control via MIDI commands -
(see MIDI).
B HIGH QUALITY REVERB
This structure serves to simulate stereophone room
images. ltis thus possible to generate an unusual variety
of different types of reverberation. A subsequent EQ
section can be used to contro! the basses and trebles of
the reverb signal.
The total capacity ofthe DRP 10's effect chip is available
for reverb creation, allowing for the very best reverb
quality with this particular structure. There is a choice of
nine different types of reverb, whereby the type "All
parameters” comprises 11 reverb parameters. This can
be used to provide any conceivable type of reverb char-
acteristics.
REVERS
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C HIGH QUALITY MODULATION
In this effect structure a number of delays work with their
own, independent modulators to draw up any concei-
vable chorus, flanging, phasing and rotor effects. -
Here too, the DRP 10's total computer capacity is on
hand, making for particularly "warm" and "rich" modula-
tion sounds.
The subsequent EQ section also enables the user to set
the modulated signal's basses and trebles as required.
J PITCH SHIFT
This effect can be used to add two effect signals to the
signal, which have a shifted pitch compared with the
direct signal.
In this way, whole chords can be produced with e.g. one
note.
The subsequent EQ section can also be used in this
configuration to control the effect signal's basses and
trebles as required.
E LONG DELAY
This structure provides a delay line with feedback and a
subsequent EQ section. This can be used to create
delays with long repeat intervals (to over 1 second). The
effect signal's basses and trebles can be set as required.
F DELAY + REVERB
A delay module and a reverb module are switched
parallel in this structure.
As the reverb module is within the delay feedback, this
produces a special type of delay effect with reverb which
particularly enhances live performances.
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This consists of a reverb structure and a delay and a
pitch shift combined. The transposed signal and the
direct signal can be processed in the subsequent RE-
VERB MODULE in order to create a feeling of space.
Additionally a delay effect can be mixed in.
Here, too, basses and trebles can be controlled via a
subsequent EQ section.
H MODULATION + DELAY + REVERB
This effect consists of four individual effects. These
include Modulation, Delay, Reverb and Equalizer. Here,
t&oo, there iS à wide variety of editing possibilities, as
already described previously.
| DISTORTION + MODULATION + DELAY + REVERB
This effect is mainly of interest when it comes to guitars
and basses. It consists of six different individual effects,
namely Distortion, Voice Filter, Modulation, Delay, Re-
verb and Equalizer. There is also a wide choice of effect
editing possibilities in this structure.
К DELAY LINE 15> 2
This is a delay line with one input and two outputs. A
maximum delay time of 1 second is to be set for the two
outputs. In the signal path there is also an EQ section
which enables the user to control basses and trebles as
required.
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DELAY LINE LEFT
DELAY TIME
LEFT
DELAY UNE RIGHT
DELAY TIME
RIGHT
DELAY LEVEL
LEFT
DELAY LEVEL
RIGHT
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7. EFFECTS AND PARAMETERS
Each effect structure described in chapter 6 consists of different individual effects and possesses a certain number
of parameters. These are assigned according to a logical pattern and are determined by the system software. The
following table in chapter 7.1 shows which individual effects and parameters are present in which effect structures.
A more detailed description of the parameters and their values can be found in chapter 7.2.
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| REVERS LEVEL (g2 Ode- -4BcB, -OFF- 2 & = 9 | Ф |! ®
REVERS TYPE 9 Types © & ® e. . e»
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REVERB TIME (5! 00s - 15.58 = = o + & ®
REVERS LF DAMP 0.0 - 11 ® ® @ | 6 | à
REVERB HF CAMP 0.0 - 10 ® a ® . ® ®
| REFL-REV RATIO (dB) | -48dB - 2806 ®
REVERS REFLECTION TYPE 10 Types ®
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REVERB PREDELAY (т5) | Oms - 740ms E
REFL-REY-DELAY imsi | Oms - 100ms
REYE GATE TIME (ms) | 10ms - 320ms . ®
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REVB GATE SLOPE -10 - +10 ® ®
REYB GATE PREDLY [т5)| Отв - 200ms E ®
DELAY LEVEL (dB) {dB- -48dB.-0FF- sE... ®
DELAY: DELAY TYPE ее | ее ®
DELAY TIME (ms) ms - 1048ms ее | © | .
DELAY FEEDBACK 1%) | +0% - +99% еее | ®
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MODULAT. LEVEL (dB) CdB- -4Bd8.-OFF- w o
MODULAT, TYPE 9 Types 7 ® ®
MODULATION MODULAT. DEPTH 0-10 ® @ o
MODULAT. SPEED (Hz) MZ - 10O,0HZ ® ® +
MODULAT, FEEDB (%) -75% - +959% dr a .
PITCH 1 LEVEL (dB) 0gB- -¿60B,-OFF- ® ®
FITCH 1 PAN 10L, L = R, 10R ®
PITCH 1 DETUNE -12 - +12 2 “e
PITCH 1 FINE (%) -50% - +50% ® ®
PITCH SHIFT | PITCH 2 LEVEL (dB! OdB- -4808,-OFF- a
FITCH Z FAN 10L, L = R, 10R a
PITCH 2 DETUNE 12 - +12 LJ
PITCH 2 FINE (%) «50% - +50% e
PITCH TYPE НО/Роз! ® ®
DYNAMIC DISTORTION 1 - 12, -OFF- ©
VOICE FILTER (kHz! 10kHz - 7,0kHz,-OFF=- ®
EFFECT EFFECT LEVEL (aB) 008- -600B,-OFF- . _. . .
DELAY LEV. LEFT (da) | 0d8e- -£808,-0FF- L
DELAY LEY. RIGHT (dB) | 0d8B- -468d8.-0FF- a
DELAY LINE | DELAY TIME LEFT (ms) | Oms - 1048ms ®
DELAY TIME RIGHT (me) | Oms - 1048ms
7.2 DESCRIPTION OF THE PARAMETERS
Different manufacturers often give the same function
different names. In order to avoid confusion and to give
the user more details about the parameters’ tasks and
settings, this chapter contains a description thereof.
7.2.1 ORIGINAL SIGNAL PATH
The DRP 10 contains an direct signal path in stereo. This
is required when the DRP 10 is used as a pre-switched
unit. A parameter is available for this signal path:
ORIGINAL e.
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IN RIGHT
ORIGINAL LEYEL
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ORIGINAL LEVEL
This is used to set the volume of the direct signal for both
the left and the right channel.
Valuation range: 0dB - -790B,-OF F- 01
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Important
— |f the direct signal is net audible and if -OFF- ap-
pears on the display instead of dB values, the
DRP 10 is switched to "Original OFF" in OPTI-
ONS Mode. Switching over to "Original ÓN" ma-
kes the direct signal appear at the output at the
volume programmed originally. (see "OPTION",
ORIGINAL
ES ES НИ
LEVEL
-20 dB
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7.2.2 EQUALIZER
The DRP 10's effect path is equipped with a 2-band EQ >
for tone control of the effect signal. The basses and IN RIGHT
trebles can be raised or lowered by a maximum of 14 dB.
The equalizer has two parameters:
27
EQLOW
Raising or lowering the basses is set with this parameter.
The corresponding filter has low-shelving charac-
teristics.
27
Valuation range: - 14dB - +14dB
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Raising or lowering the trebles is set with this parameter.
The filter has high-shelving characteristics.
Valuation range: -14dB - + 14dB
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7.2.3 REVERB
The reverberation is the most complex of the effects
produced by the DRP 10. It consists of a variety of
parameters which are described below.
Depending on the type of reverb selected, different
parameters appear. The diagrams below illustrate which 9 i
parameters are available for which type of reverb.
If you should still be relatively unfamiliar with effect units
and the creation of reverberation, read this chapter
through carefully, along with the Appendix 11.1 "How is
reverberation produced", before editing a program.
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RE VERB LEVEL
This parameter determines the volume ofthe reverb. The
reading appears in dB.
Valuation range: 00 dB - - 48 dB, -OFF- 0 1
REVERB TYPE
The type of reverb is determined by this parameter.
Depending on the geometry of the rcom or the propaga-
tion medium, there are differing reverb characteristics
which can be selected here. 0 7
Settings: = All parameters
EASY Room
EASY Chamber
EASY Hall
EASY Hall XL
EASY Church
EASY Tunnel
EASY Plate
Gated
The following parameters depend on the "REVERB
TYPE" set. "All Parameters" means that the user has
access to all reverb parameters. If you want a quick
result, simply select one of the EASY types. These
provide fewer parameters, but the complexity of the
reverb remains the same. Depending on the type of
reverb, a number of optimum interna! parameters are
pre-set.
REVERB ROOM SIZE
This is used to set the size of the room. The readings
appear in cubic metres.
Valuation range: 0.0 cbm - 124 990 com
01
REVERB TIME
The duration of the reverberation is the time which
elapses until the reverberation has faded to one thou- 01
sandth (-60 dB) of the initial level. Reverb Time can be
used to set the duration of the reverb. Reverb Time is a
feedback factor similar to feedback with delays. The
reading appears in seconds.
Valuation range: 0.0 s - 19.9 s.
REVERB LEVEL
mE. - 12 dB
REVERB TYPE
EASY Room
REVERB ROOM SIZE
MEER 91120 com
REVERB TIME
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REVERB LF DAMP
This parameter is very important for the charcteristics of
various rooms together with HF Damp. They are respon-
sible for the reverb's frequency response.
REVERB LF DAMP determines the damping of the
basses in relation to the reverb time.
The reverb time multiplied by the Damp value set gives
the reverb time of the basses.
e.g. REVERB LF DAMP: 0.5 --> 8$ х 0.5 = 4$
In this case the basses would already have faded after
half of the normal reverb time.
Valuation range. 0.0 - 1.1
REVERB HF DAMP
Together with LF Damp this parameter is of great impor-
tance for the characteristics of various rooms. They are
responsible for the frequency response of the reverbe-
ration.
REVERB HF DAMP determines the damping of the
trebles in relation to the reverb time.
The reverb time multiplied by the set Damp value gives
the reverb time of the trebles.
e.g. REVERB HF DAMP: 0.5 --> 8s x 0.5 = 4s
In this case, the trebles would already have faded after
half of the normal reverb time.
In practice, this would correspond with a vaulted cellar
with rough walls, for example. The trebles die down
quickly, while the basses take longer to fade.
This would not apply in an empty, tiled room where
trebles and basses fade at the same time (LF = 1.0, HF
= 1.0).
Valuation range: 0.0 - 1.0
REVERB LF DAMP
01 Eu x 0.5
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LEVEL? REVERB LF DAMP:
0,5
REVERB
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REVERB TIME
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t+«—— REVERB TIME NORMAL
REVERB HF DAMP
0 1 ны x 0.5
LEVEL? REVERB HF DAMP:
0.5
REVERB
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0 50% 100% TIME
REVERB TIME
+— TREBLE
= REVERB TIME NORMAL —
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REFLECTION - REVERB RATIO
This parameter determines the level relationship be-
tween the first reflections and the real reverb proportion.
Valuation range: Revb. only
-48dB - +48dB
Refl. only
First reflections and reverb clusters can be mixed at
random or, in extreme cases, can be switched off alto-
gether.
In practice, "soft" rooms (negative dB values) and "hard"
rooms (positive dB values) can be realized.
REFLECTION TYPE
These parameters are used to determine the type of the
first reflections. There are 10 different clusters to choose
from.
01
REFL-REV RATIO
LE + 28 dB
01
REFLECTION TYPE
Hall 1
Settings: Room я
Chamber
Hall 1
Hall 2
Hall 3 IN
Plate TE
Spring
Heverse
Left > Right
Expand
Ne
With the setting "Left > Right" the first reflections in the
stereo image move from left to right, and with "Expand",
to the left or the right, starting from the middle.
REVERB CLUSTER PROPORTION
Determines the geometrical features of a room or reverb
medium. There are 6 proportions to choose from.
1. CATHEDRAL - Acoustically speaking, a very
favourable, block- shaped room
(e.g. church, cathedral)
- A flat, relatively low room (e.g.
subterranean garage, cellar...)
2. CAVE
3. CUBE
a small, but high room, a high
warehouse...)
4. TUBE - A long, almost cylindrical room,
(e.g. subway, tunnel, bunker,
wine cellar...)
5. PLATE - Simulates the effect of a reverb
plate (quick transient response)
6. ROOM + PLATE - A combination program consi-
sting of reverb plate and room
reverberation.
- An even, cube-shaped room (e.g.
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REVERB PREDELAY
The Predelay parameter sets the time between the direct
signal and the begin of the real reverberation. The rea-
ding appears in ms.
Valuation range: 0 ms - 240 ms
In practice, this parameter gives the size of a room and
the distance of the sound source from the walls.
REFLECTION REVERB DELAY
This parameter serves to determine the time between
the first reflections and the reverberation. The readings
appear in ms.
Valuation range: 0 ms - 100 ms
If the parameter is set at 0 ms, the reverb starts at the
same time as the first reflections. First reflections and
reverb thus mingle.
01
01
REVERB PREDELAY
= 50 ms
HEFL - REV - DELAY
= 25 ms
REFLEX- REFLEX-
CLUSTER CLUSTER
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REYERB REFL - REY REVERS REFL - REV
PREDELAY DELAY PREDELAY DELAY = 0
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REVERB GATE TIME
This parameter only appears if the REVERB TYPE
"Gated" has been selected. It indicates the opening time
of the gate in milliseconds.
Valuation range: 10 ms - 340 ms.
REVERB GATE COLOUR
This parameter is used to select the "colour" of the Gated
Reverb.
The larger the set value, the more dense is the sequence
of the individual reflections.
The readings appear in relative values.
Valuation range: 1-10
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REVERB GATE SLOPE
This is also a parameter which only appears in connecti-
on with "Gated". The switching off characteristics or the
decay of the Gate is determined by Slope according to
the Gate Time set. OT
Valuation range: -10 - 10
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REVERB GATE PREDELAY
This determines the time between the direct signal and 01
the beginning of the reverb in "Gated Reverb". The
readings appear in ms.
Valuation range: 0 ms - 200 ms
REVB GATE SLOPE
ES pd 5
REVB GATE PREDLY
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7.2.4 MODULATION
The modulation section comprises effects such as
Chorus, Flanger, Phaser, Rotor etc. A number of delay
lines are controlled by independent modulators to make
the direct sound "broader" and "warmer", or to produce
unusual, artificial colourations.
The varying types of modulation are described as fol-
lows:
CHORUS:
The Chorus effect is basically a modulated delay. The
delayed signal is modulated via an LFO, whereby the
necessary delay time lies between 10 and 30 ms. In the
DRP 10, there is a chorus with up to 6 independent
"voices" which can each be modulated differently. The
result is a "multiplication" of the sound fed in.
FLANGER:
The flanging effect is also based on a mixture between
delayed and non-delayed signals. The delay time in this
case is shorter than with Chorus, however, which means
that the effect is more in the normal sound sphere. The
cyclical shift of two signals which are identical in principle
results in phase cancellations, so- called comb-filter
effects. Modulation via an LFO causes these cancellati-
ons to shift, resulting in Flanging.
PHASER:
The Phaser is based on the Flanger structure but pos-
sesses other settings.
ROTO FLANGER:
The Roto Flanger can be used to simulate the effect of
rotating loudspeakers. It is based on the Fianger princi-
ple, but possesses additional taps within the delay line.
Modulation of the delay via an LFO simulates rotating
loudspeakers.
( MODULATION TYPE: Chorus SL. Chorus 1 Chorus 2
CHORUS SL =» & VOICES
CHORUS 12 = 2 VOCES
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MODULATION TYPE: Reto Flanger
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SPACE:
The Space effect is also based on the principle of a
modulated delay. In this case, however, two LFO's are
active, whereby the LFO2 is coupled to the LFO1. This
means multiple modulation cf the delayed signal and mix
with the direct signal subsequently. This creates a stron-
ger sound colouration than with the modulation effects
described hitherto.
MODULATION TYPE: Space
FEEDBACK
MODULATION LEVEL
This parameter determines the volume of the modulation
effect. The readings appear in dB.
Valuation range: 0 dB - -48dB, -OFF-
MODULATION TYPE
The various modulation types can be set here. For
further details please turn to the chapter entitled "MO-
DULATION".
Settings: Chorus SL
Chorus 1
Chorus 2
Space
Flanger 1
Flanger 2
Phaser
Roto Flanger
with Multi-Effect: Stereo Chorus
Mono Chorus
Stereo Flanger
Mono Flanger
Stereo Phaser
Mono Phaser
MODULATION DEPTH
This parameter serves to set the modulation depth or
width. The readings appear in relative values.
Valuation range: 0 -10
MODULATION SPEED
This parameter determines the modulation speed or
frequency. The readings appear in Hz.
Valuation range: 0.1 Hz - 10.0 Hz
MODULATION FEEDBACK
This parameter determines the strength of the feedback.
If a negative value is set, a phase inversion occurs within
the feedback loop. Readings appear in %.
Valuation range: -99% - +99%
01
01
01
01
01
MODULAT LEVEL
ный -12 dB
MODULAT TYPE
Chorus SL
MODULAT DEPTH
Es 10
MODULAT SPEED
Jul 2.5 Hz
MODULAT FEEDB
Шан 50%
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7.2.5 PITCH SHIFT
The Pitch Shifter is used to add up to two additional tones
to the direct signal. The interval can be set from minus
one octave to plus one octave. Fine-tuning of +/- 50% of
a semi-tone is aiso possible.
The following parameters are available:
PITCH 1 LEVEL
This parameter determines the level of the first signal
transposed.
The setting is made in dB.
Valuation range: 0dB - -48dB, -OFF
PITCH 1 PAN
This is used to position the Pitch Shifter 1 within the
stereo sound image.
The setting is in relative values.
Valuationrange: 10L,L=R, 10R
PITCH 1 DETUNE
This parameter is used to transpose the pitch of the
direct signal upwards or downwards (maximum 1 octave
higher or lower). The parameter determines the first
transposition. (Pitch Shift 1).
The readings appear in steps of 1 semi-tone.
Valuation range: -12 - +12
PITCH 1 FINE
This parameter effects fine-tuning or de-tuning of the
added note in the first pitch shifter. This occurs in steps
of cents. (1 Cent = 1 hundredth of a semi-tone). The
readings appear in %.
Valuation range: -50%- + 50%
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PITCH 1
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PITCH1 FINE
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PITCH 2 LEVEL
This parameter determines the level of the second signal
transposed.
The setting is made in dB.
Valuation range: 0 dB - -48dB, -OFF-
PITCH 2 PAN
This is used to position the Pitch Shifter 2 within the
stereo sound image.
The setting is in relative values.
Valuation range: 10 L, L= R, 10R
PITCH 2 DETUNE
This parameter is used to tanspose the pitch of the direct
signal upwards or downwards (maximum one octave up
or down). The second transposition is determined by this
parameter (Pitch Shift 2).
The readings appear in steps of 1 semi-tone.
Valuation range: -12 - +12
PITCH 2 FINE
This parameter effects fine-tuning or detuning of the note
added in the second pitch shifter. This occurs in steps of
cents. (1 Cent = 1 hundredth of a semi-tone). The
readings appear in %.
Valuation range. -50%- + 50%
PITCH TYPE
The Pitch Shifter comprises two possible means of
processing:
Fast Pitch
HQ Pitch
In the setting "Fast Pitch" an extremely fast algorithm is
available to prevent the time delays of the transposed
signal from becoming audible.
In "High Quality Pitch" a longer, more complex algorithm
IS used for transpose purposes. This serves to improve
the quality of the transposed signal.
The selection of the most suitable mode depends on the
sound material on hand and on the user's individual
taste.
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7.2.6 DELAY
The delay effect basically consists of one, or two, delay
lines with adjustable feedback on the input.
lt can be used to create fading echoes, ping-pong ef-
fects, doubling etc.
The following parameters are available:
DELAY LEVEL
Determines the volume of the delay section. The rea-
dings appear in dB.
Valuation range: 0dB - -48 dB, -OFF-
DELAY TYPE
There is a choice between the following delay types:
Mono
Stereo 1
Stereo 2
Ping-pong
In "Mono" the delay times are identical in the left and right
channel.
The "Stereo" setting creates slightly shifted delays for
both outputs. In "Stereo 2" there are 2 feedbacks
available. These are inter-related in a fixed ratio.
The "Ping-Pong" setting creates delays in the right and
left channel alternatively.
DELAY TIME
This parameter is used to set the delay time or the time
in milliseconds elapsing between each individual delay.
1 ms - 260 ms
1 ms - 600 ms (at Delay + Reverb)
1 ms - 1048 ms (at Long Delay)
Valuation range:
DELAY FEEDBACK
Here the user can control the strength of the effect
feedback to the input. In practice greater values increase
the number of repetitions.
The readings appear in %.
Valuation range: +0% - +99%
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DELAY LEVEL
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DELAY TIME
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DELAY FEEDBACK
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DELAY- REVERB ROUTING
Dieser Parameter erscheint nur in der Struktur "DE- DEL- REV ROUTING
LAY+REVERB". 01 Front Reverb
Sie können darnit die Zuordnung des Delay Moduls und e
des Reverb Moduls zueinander bestimmen (siehe auch © f | 8
Kapitel 6, "EFFEKTSTRUKTUREN").
Folgende Einstellungen sind möglich:
Parallel
Delayed Rev
Bei "Parallel" werden das Delay Modul und das Reverb
Modul quasi parallel betrieben.
Bei "Delayed Rev" werden das Delay Modul und das
Reverb Modul hintereinander geschaltet. Die Echos
werden somit "verhallt".
7.2.7 DISTORTION = X
Im DRP 10 ist ein Verzerrer eingebaut, der sowohl DISTORTION
röhrenähnliche als auch transistorähnliche Distortion-
Sounds bietet. . OUT
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Im Distortion-Modul ist auch ein Kompressor enthalten, MODULE FILTER
der fest mit dem Distortion-Regler gekoppelt ist.
Kompression und Distortion-Grad werden also immer EN pe
zusammen eingestellt.
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Folgende Parameter stehen zur Verfugung:
DISTORTION
Hiermit wáhlen Sie die Intensitát der Verzerrung. Je 01 pe
grôBer der eingestellte Wert, desto stärker werden die
Signale verzerrt.
Die Angaben erfolgen in relativen Werten.
Wertebereich: -OFF-, 1 -12
VOICE FILTER
Mit diesem Filter verändert man die Klangfarbe des 01 el E
verzerrten Signals. Es handelt sich um einen Tietpaf
mit einer Uberhóhung im DurchlaBbereich. Die Filter-
eckfrequenz ist einstellbar. Bei kleinen Werten werden (Lever | \
nur die tiefen Frequenzen durchgelassen, wodurch der
Klang baßbetont wird. Je größer der eingestellte Wert,
desto mehr Obertône sind im Signal vertreten. In der
Stellung "-OFF-" ist das Filter ausgeschaltel.
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Die Frequenzangabe erfolgt in kHz.
Wertebereich: 1.0 kHz - 7.0 kHz, -OFF-
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EFFECT LEVEL
This control determines the level of the whole effect
signal in the configuration "Instrumental effect". The :
special arrangement of the individual effects in this 01 eet yg
structure necessitate this parameter, in order to set the
effect ratio.
The readings appear in dB.
Valuation range: 0 dB - -60 dB, -OFF-
7.2.8 DELAY LINE 1 > 2 BRUM UNE 2
This is a delay line with one input and two outputs. The L
. . . DELAY LINE LEFT
delay time or the signal running time and the volume can e ce
be setand stored separately for each output. A delay line A LEFT
is extremely useful when itis a matter ofequalizing signal = DELAY TIME
running times in large-scale sound reinforcement sy- e
stems.
DELAY LINE RIGHT я
The following parameters are available: DELAY LEVEL
DELAY TIME
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DELAY LEVEL LEFT
Determines the level of the delayed signal in the left
channel. The readings appear in dB.
Valuation range: 0dB - -48 dB, -OFF-
DELAY LEVEL RIGHT
Determines the level of the delayed signal in the right
channel. The readings appear in dB.
Valuation range: 0dB - -48dB, -OFF-
DELAY TIME LEFT
This is for setting the delay time or signal running time
in the left channel. The readings appear in milliseconds,
feet, inches, metres or centimetres.
Valuation ranges: O ms - 1048 ms
Oft. - 1179ft.
Qin. - 14155in.
Om - 359m
Ocm - 32750 cm
DELAY TIME RIGHT
This is used for setting the delay time or signal running
time in the right channel. The readings appear in millise-
conds, feet, inches, metres or centimetres.
Valuation ranges: O ms - 1048 ms
ОН. - 1179 ft.
Oin. - 14155 in.
Om - 359m
Ост - 32750 ст
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DELAY LEV LEFT
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DELAY LEV RIGHT
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01
DELAY TIME LEFT
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DELAY TIME RIGHT
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DELAY TIME UNIT
Here the user can choose the unit for the delay time.
Distance settings are automatically calculated into delay
Lt mes.
Settings: milli-sec.
feet
inch
meter
centimeter
01
DELAY TIME UNIT
milli - sec.
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8. OPTION FUNCTIONS
The Option programs comprise a whole number of im-
portant additional functions and pre-settings, such as
now the DRP 10 should start after being switched on,
whether the direct signal should be switched on or off,
how the VU display should be set, etc.
1 Press both OPTION keys (9) and (10) simultaneous-
ly to activate the Option Program.
2 The Option Program used last appears on the dis-
play, e.g.:
3 Findthe Option required using the wo SELECT keys
(11, 12)-
4 The rotary encoder (7) is used to set the Option
values.
5 An Option program can be cancelled by pressing
another MODE key, (e.g. return 10 Play Mode by
pressing one of the effect group keys).
SWITCHING THE DIRECT SIGNAL ON/OFF
This function permits the user to use the DRP 10 as a
pre- switched unit or looped device.
If you connect your instrument directly to the inputs of
the DRP 10, the direct signal should be switched on, thus
reaching the subsequent amplifier via the the DRP 10.
If the DRP 10 is looped into the effect path of a mixing
desk, the direct signal should be switched off, as it
already reaches the master outputs in the mixing desk.
ORIGINAL ON:
The direct signal is switched on and appears in the
stored volume value at the output. The DRP 10 can thus
be used as a pre- switched unit.
ORIGINAL OFF:
The direct signal (parameter ORIGINAL LEVEL) is swit-
ched off with all programs. It appears in the display as
"-QFF-". The stored values are of course preserved. This
setting is for looping the DRP 10 into a mixing desk.
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INDICATION OF THE SOFTWARE VERSION
NUMBER
The display shows the software version of the DRP 10's
processor, e.g. version 1.0.
SELECTION OF SWITCH-ON CONDITION:
TO VOCAL 01:
On being switched on and after reset, the DRP 10 always
reports with the program VOCAL 01.
TO LAST PROGRAM:
The DRP 10 always reports with the last program used,
or with the status with which it was last switched off
(except COPY, STORE, OPTION).
SETTING THE LCD CONTRAST
The LCD contrast or viewing angle can be adjusted
between -10 (view from below) and +10 (view from
above).
DISPLAY MODE OF THE LEVEL INDICATOR
WITH PEAK:
The Peak-Hold Function is switched on. This will help
you for setting up the level.
NO PEAK:
The Peak-Hold Function is switched off. The level dis-
play works normally.
SLOW:
In this setting the level display works with a long time
constant, i.e. the decay of the indication is more slowly
when the signal level is reduced.
FOOTSWITCH TABLE
In this table the sequence for a program selection with
the UP/DOWN footswitch (e.g. FS 500) can be deter-
mined. Max. 20 program numbers can be assigned.
In the lower line of the display you can select between
"Step" and program number with the SELECT buttons
(11, 12). The next step or the appropriate program
number is set via the rotary encoder.
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DYNACORD DRP 10
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FOOTSWITCH TABLE
St. 1 = VOCAL 03
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Footsw. Table is Off — For the program change with footswitch no ta-
ble is used. The programs are called up in the
order VOCAL 01, VOCAL 02 ...... USER 99.
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— Here the table end is set if not all 20 possible in-
puts are used.
Example of a table with 5 steps:
Step 1: VOCAL 03
Step 2 : VOCAL 28
step 3: SPECIAL 02
Step 4: USER 32
Step 5: USER 33
Step 6 : End (table end)
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Here the units for the parameters REVERB ROOM SIZE | |
and REVERB TIME can be selected. 0 7 a СНЕ |
IN CBM + SECONDS:
The unit for REVERB ROOM SIZE is cubicmetres: the
unit for REVERB TIME is seconds. |
IN RELATIVE VALS:
The parameters REVERB ROOM SIZE and REVERB
TIME are indicated in percent values.
Here the units for the parameter DELAY TIME is set.
DELAY TIME |
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IN MILLISECONDS: 01 in milliseconds |
The unit for DELAY TIME is milliseconds.
IN BEATS PER MIN:
The unit for DELAY TIME is beats per minute (bpm).
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9. MIDI
The MIDI connection is made on the MIDI sockets IN/OUT/THRU (20). The MIDI functions in the DRP 10 allow the
unit to be controlled externally. Due to the versatile and flexible possibilities, all the functions can be controlled from
another MIDI unit (e.g. computer, sequencer, keyooard..), e.g.
— program change
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switching the effect signal ON or OFF |
all controls (remote control of DRP 10)
and much more...
There are two different MIDI menus:
1, The MIDI MAIN MENU (see 9.2) to set all general MIDI data and for MIDI dump.
2. The MIDI PATCH MENU (see 9.3) which enables the user to allocate MIDI Patches to any program at
random, in Edit Mode, i.e. which parameters are to be controlled by which MIDI controllers (MIDI standard).
If you should still be unfamiliar with MIDI operation, we suggest that you read about MIDI standards ano interfaces
in MIDI books, computer or music journals etc. to gather general information initially. There is also a brief explanation
in the appendix of chapter 11.2.
9.1 GENERAL OPERATION
ETA = SELECT » EFF OFF
1 1. Press the MIDI key (10) to reach the MIDI menu
in question. | | || |
— the main MIDI Menu is accessible from the nor- |
mal Play Mode. 2 (
— the MIDI PATCH Menu is only accessible from SRR В
Edit Mode.
The MIDI Mode is indicated in that the MIDI LED
lights up. 01 MIDI RECEIVE
2 The MIDI Function appears in the upper line of the CHAGNEE © =
display (title).
The parameters to be allocated appear in the lower
line, e.g.:
PUSH - ENTER
3 The individual MIDI functions within a menu, and
several parameters within one parameter line can be
shifted along via the two SELECT keys (11, 12). ;
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4 The rotary encoder is used to set the MIDI | IM I |
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All settings are active immediately!
Only for MIDI dump a confirmation by pressing
ENTER is necessary.
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Mode key (OPTION,EDIT...)
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9.2 MIDI MAIN MENU
You can reach the MAIN MIDI Menu by pressing the key
MIDI (10) from the Play Mode.
There are 4 MIDI functions within this menu. They can
be selected successively using the SELECT keys (11)
and (12).
9.2.1 MIDI RECEIVE CHANNEL
This is used to set the MIDI channel on which the DRP
10 is to receive MIDI data. The setting is also valid for
transmitting and receiving of System Exclusive Data
(SysEx). The following appears an the display: e.g.
The following settings are possible via the rotary enco-
der:
OFF - The DRP 10 does no react to any MIDI
data. SysEx is switched off.
OMNI - The DRP 10 receives MIDI data on all 16
MIDI channels. SysEx data are transmitted
on channel 1.
1-16 - The DRP 10 only receives MIDI data on
the MIDI channel selected between 1 and
16. For transmitting of SysEx data this
setting is also valid.
Ifthe DRP 10 is programmed to MIDI reception, the MIDI
LED lights up as soon as data is transmitted to the DRP
10. The MIDI LED also serves to check that the MIDI
connection is correct.
9.2.2 MIDI PROGRAM TABLE
This MIDI function can be used to draw up an allocation
table in which the 128 general MIDI program numbers
are assigned at random to 128 of the DRP 10's pro-
grams. The display shows e.g.:
This example means that the reception of a MIDI PRO-
GRAM CHANGE with the number 001 calls up the
program VOCAL 01 in the DRP 10.
The following settings are possible:
MIDI No. DRP 10 program
001 VOCL 01
á USER 99
128 no change
Direct Bank *) - The MIDI program numbers call up the DRP 10's programs of the group currently active.
Progr Change Off - The DRP 10 does not react to any MIDI PROGRAM CHANGE commands.
*) Via Bank Select (MIDI Controller 0) you can switch between the effect groups.
PUSH - ENTER
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01 001 - VOCL 01
Example of a table:
001 = VOCL 09 (factory program)
002 = VOCL 12 (factory program)
003 = SPEC 50 (user program)
004 = no change (MIDI program numbers are ignored; no program charge)
128 = USER 07 (user program)
9.2.3 MIDI DUMP
This function serves to transfer the dala from an indivi-
dual program, all User programs or all system data and
tabular settings via MIDI.
To do so, however, the MIDI OUT socket of the DRP 10
must be connected to the MIDI IN socket of a device
which can process this data. (e.g. another DRP 10,
computer etc.)
The following may appear on the display:
The following settings can be made with the rotary
encoder:
Current Program - the data from the program
currently active are transferred.
All User Progms - the data of all User programs can
be transferred entirely.
System Data + Tab - here all system data e.g.
OPTION settings and all the
contents of tables (foot switch
table, MIDI table) can be trans-
mitted via the MIDI interface.
By pressing the rotary encoder (= ENTER) MIDI DUMP
is activated, and the selected data are then transferred
accordingly.
During the transmission the display shows:
Transfer of all data takes approximately 8 seconds and
then the display returns to its original condition.
9.2.4 MIDI IN MONITOR
In this function, MIDI data received is indicated on the
display in the order in which the data was received, e.g.
Here the user also has the possibility to trace errors by
checking the outputs oí the various MIDI units in turn to
see if they are functioning correctly.
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PUSH = ENTER
01
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MIDI DATA DUMP
Current Program
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9.3 MIDI PATCH-MENU
All DRP 10 parameters can be altered in realtime by any MIDI device. To do so, the MIDI controllers are allocated
to the effect parameters in edit mode. This is known a Controller patch.
A Patch consists of a Controller and its setting range (Range: 100% - + 100%) and the effect parameters allocated.
A maximum of 4 Controller Patches can be allocated to each program. If a fifth Patch is set, the one set first is
deleted.
The settings always only apply to the program in question and are stored together with the parameters in the
appropriate program memory place.
In addition to the MIDI Controllers and other MIDI messages the foot pedal can also be used as a Controller (see
Chapter 10, REMOTE CONTROL). "DRP Pedal" must be set as the Controller, the setting range also equalling
-100% - + 100%).
The following Controllers are available:
0 = Bank Select 64 = Damper Pedal
1 = Modulation Wheel 65 = Portamento
2 = Breath Controller 66 = Sostenuto
3 = Controller 3 67 = Soft Pedal
4 = Foot Controller 68 = Legato
5 = Portamento Time 69= Hold 2
6 = Data Entry 70 = Sound Controller 1
7 = Main Volume 71 = Sound Controller 2 |
8 = Balance 72 = Sound Controller 3 |
9 = Controller 9 73 = Sound Controller 4
10 = Pan 74 = Sound Controller 5
11 = Expression Controller 75 = Sound Controller 6
12 = Effect Controller 1 76 = Sound Controller 7
13 = Effect Controlier 2 77 = Sound Controller 8
14 = Controller 14 78 = Sound Controller 9
15 = Controller 15 79 = Sound Controller 10
16 = General Purpose Controller #1 80 = General Purpose Controller #5
17 = General Purpose Controller #2 81 = General Purpose Controller #6
18 = General Purpose Controller #3 - 82 = General Purpose Controller 47
189 = General Purpose Controller #4 83 = General Purpose Controller #8
20 = Controller 20 84 = Portamento
21 = Controller 21 85 = Switch 85
22 = Controller 22 86 = Switch 86
23 = Controller 23 87 = Switch 87
24 = Controller 24 88 = Switch 88
25 = Controller 25 89 = Switch 89
26 = Controller 26 90 = Switch 90
27 = Controller 27 : 91 = Effect 1 Depth
28= Controller 28 92 = Effect 2 Depth
29 = Controller 29 93 = Effect 3 Depth
30 = Controller 30 94 = Effect 4 Depth
31 = Controller 31 95 = Effect 5 Depth
Note Off
Note On
Poly Pressure
Velocity
Release
Channel Pressure
Pitch Wheel
DRP 10 Pedal
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The MIDI Patch menu is only accessible via Edit mode.
First press the key EDIT (8), then MIDI (10). The LED's
EDIT and MIDI then light up.
The following may appear on the display, for example:
This means that no MIDI Controller is allocated to the
Parameter EQ LOW at the moment.
If you wish to allocate a MIDI Controller to the parameter
on the display, select the desired controller via the rotary
encoder. Use the SELECT keys (11) and (12) to get to
another parameter.
Whilst selecting a MIDI Controller by means of the rotary
encoder, the controller's designation appears in the dis-
play (see table), followed approximately 1 second later
by the controller number, together with the setting range,
e.g:
Now set the required MIDI controller and switch to the
range value via the SELECT > key (12). The range can
be set via the rotary encoder between - 100% and +
100%.
Range indicates the setting range in %, whereby the
parameter is adjusted downwards in the minus range
and upwards in the plus range. 100% always corre-
sponds with the total range of the parameter in question.
An example:
If the parameter REVERB LEVEL has been set at -6dB,
and if the MIDI Controller 1 (Mod.Wheel) is programmed
at -50%, the REVERB LEVEL is altered with the modu-
lation wheel of a keyboard from -6 dB to -30 dB.
Total range: 48 dB
-6 dB - 24 dB = -30 dB
50%: 24 dB
The SELECT keys can be used at any time to switch over
between Controller Number and Range. If the cursor is
aiready on Range, SELECT > (12) provides access to
the next parameter.
Once you have set the MIDI Patches you need, the
program can be stored on a USER memory place as
described under chapter 5.3.
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Always make sure that the MIDI channel of the
control unit corresponds with the receive channel
of the DRP 10. Otherwise MIDI control is not
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9.4 MIDI data format
This chapter contains information for programmers who wish to write software for the DAP 10. All the commands
are defined which are needed to transmit or receive data via the MIDI interface.
À MIDI data transfer is only possible if a MIDI receive channel has been set (OMNI, 1 - 16). With MIDI RECEIVE
CHANNEL:OFF no communication takes place via the MIDI interface. (see chapter 9.2.1).
General MIDI commands:
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Program Change MIDI-Byte Description
| Сп (пех) n= MIDI Channel 0-15
Oxxx xxxx (Din) Bank 0-7 : 0.49 = PGM 1.50
| Bank 8 .0..08= USERT.:99
Random allocations of MIDI program numbers to DRP 10 programs are possible in the MIDI program
table. (see chapter 9.2.2).
Bank Select MIDI-Byte Description
(Controller 0)
Bn (hex) n = MIDI Channel 0-15
20(hex) Controller 0 (LSB)
0000 nnnn (bin) | n=0..7 : Banks VOCAL - SPECIAL
n=8 : USER Bank
The Inst. Groups are selected via Controller 0. This alteration takes effect after the next Program Change.
MIDI System Exclusive Implementation:
Identity Request | MIDI-Byte Description
(recognized) FO (hex) System Exclusive
FE Universal System Exclusive Non-real time header
On n= MIDI Channel 0-15 (7F = All Channels)
06 General Information
01 Identity Request
F7 End of SysEx Message
This command sequence requests the DRP 10 to report its identity number.
Identity Reply | MIDI-Byte. Description
(transmitted FO (hex) | System exclusive
when Identity 7E Universal System Exclusive Non-real time header
Request is On n= MIDI Channel 0-15 (7F = All Channels)
received) | 06 General Information
02 | Identity Reply
30 DYNACORD ID: No 48
DA DRP 10 ID: No 10
DEV_CODE Reserved 3 Byte Device code
| REVISION Revision: 4 Digit ASCII Code
| F7 End of SysEx Message ~~
The DRP 10 transmits this identity code in answer to an Identity request. The following numbers are transmitted:
DYNACORD ID no. 48, the DRP 10 Device ID no. 10, a 3-byte device code no. and the revision no.
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Dumps:
Current Program | MIDI-Byte Description
Dump Request
FO (hex) System exclusive
(recognized) 30 DYNACORD ID: No 48 © | (
On n= MIDI Channel 0-15 (7F = All Channels) ‘
ОА DRP 10 ID: No 10
11 Function ID: Current Program Dump Request
F7 | End of SysEx Message
This command sequence requests the DRP 10 to transmit the program currently in the buffer.
Current Program | MIDI-Byte Description
Dump
FO (hex) System exclusive
(recognized 30 DYNACORD ID: No 48
+transmitted) On n = MIDI Channel 0-15 (7F = All Channels)
ОА DRP 10 ID: No 10
31 Function ID: Current Program Dump
DATA 8/7 Code (72 Data Byte)
CHECKS Checksum of Received DATA (7 bit, 2's Compl)
F7 Eng of SysEx Message
Here only the program currently in the buffer is transmitted or received.
USER programs are not altered.
Single Program MIDI-Byte Description
Dump Request |
FO (hex) System Exclusive
(recognized) 30 DYNACORD ID: No 48
ON MIDI ChanneliNr: 0-15: 0x7F = All Channel
0A DRP 10 ID: No 10 & ( €
14 Function ID: Single Program Dump Request
S-BANK 0-7= Vocal..Special, 8 = User Bank
SOURCE Bank0-7: Program Nr 30..50
Bank 8: Program Nr 1.99
D-BANK 0-7= Vocal..Special, 8 = User Bank
DESTIN Bank 0-7: Program N 30.50
Bank8: Program Nr 1.99
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This command sequence requests the DRP 10 to transmit the. program specified by bank and program
number.
Single Program | MIDI-Byte Description
Dump
FO System exclusive
(recognized | 30 DYNACORD ID: No 48
+ transmitted) ON MIDI ChannelNr: 0-15: 0x7F = All Channel
0A DAP 10 1D: No 10 |
34 Function ID: Single Program Dump
D-BANK 0-7= Vocal..Special, 8 = User Bank
DESTIN Bank 0-7: Program N 30..50
Bank 8: Program Nr 1..99 |
DATA 8/7 Code (72 Byte) |
| CHECKS Checksum of Received DATA (7 bit, 2's Compl) 8
| F7 EOX :
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All User
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Programs
Dump Request
(recognized)
| F7
This command sequence requests the DRP 10 to transmit all 259 USER programs.
| MIDI-Byte Description
FO (hex) System exclusive
30 DYNACORD ID: No 48
On n = MIDI Channel 0-15 (7F = All Channels)
0A DAP 10 1D: No 10 a
12 Function ID: All Programs Dump Request
End of SysEx Message
All User
Programs Dump |
(recognized
+ transmitted)
MIDI-Byte Description
FO (hex) System exclusive
30 DYNACORD ID: No 48
| On n = MIDI Channel 0-15 (7F = All Channels)
| OA DRP 10 ID: No10
32 Function iD: All Programs Dump
DATA 8/7 Code
CHECKS Checksum of Received DATA (7 bit, 2's Compl)
F7 End of SysEx Message
The DRP 10 transmits or receives ail 259 USER programs. This procedure lasts approx. 8sec.
All USER programs are overwritten.
The program currently in the buffer is not altered.
System Data
+ Tables
Dump Request
(recognized)
MIDI-Byte Description
FO (hex) System exclusive
30 DYNACORD ID: No 48
On n = MIDI Channel 0-15 (7F = All Channels)
0A DRP 10 ID: No 10
13 Function ID: System Data Dump Request
F7 End of SysEx Message
This command sequence requests the DRP 10 to transmit all system data and table contents.
System Data
+ Tables Dump
(recognized
+transmitted)
MIDI-Byte Description
FO (hex) System exclusive
30 DYNACORD ID: No 48
On n = MIDI Channel 0-15 (7F = All Channels)
CA DRP 10 ID: No 10
33 Function ID: System Data Dump
DATA 8/7 Code (256 Data Byte) .
CHECKS Checksum of Received DATA (7 bit, 2's Compl)
E7 End of SysEx Message
Here no program data are transmitted, but exclusively system data like set e.g. in OPTION Mode
or in the MIDI program table.
9-8
Dump Processed | MIDI-Byte -
Description
(recognized | FO (hex)
+ transmitted) | 30
On
| On
| 20
| F7
System exclusive
DYNACORD ID: No 48
n = MIDI Channel 0-15 (7F = All Channels)
DAP 10 1D: No 10
Function ID: Dump Processed
End of SysEx Message
This information is transmitted if a dump was received or processed.
Others:
Store Request MIDI-Byte
Description
(recognized) FO (hex)
30
on
ОА
15
BANK
NUMBER
|
F7
System exclusive
DYNACORD ID: No 48
n = MIDI Channel 0-15 (7F = All Channels)
ОВР 10 10: No 10
Function ID: Store Request
Destination Group
Bank 0-7: Program Nr 30..50
Bank 8 Program Nr 1..99
End of SysEx Message
Here the currently buffer contentis saved under the specified USER program number.
Store Processed | MIDI-Byte
Description
FO (hex)
(recognized | 30
+ transmitted) | On
0A
25
F7
System exclusive
DYNACORD ID: No 48
n = MIDI Channel 0-15 (7F = All Channels)
DRP 10 ID: No 10 |
Function ID: Store Processed
End of SysEx Message
Is transmitted if the store procedure is terminated.
Single Parameter | MIDI-Byte
Description
adjust |
FO (hex)
(recognized | 30
+ transmitted) on
0A
30
Onnn nnnn (bin)
OXXX XXXX
OX XX X XXX
| F7
|
System exclusive
DYNACORD ID: No 48
n = MIDI Channel 0-15 (7F = All Channels)
DRP 10 ID: No 10
Function ID: Parameter adjust
Parameter Number (s. Table)
7 bit Data LSB (0-127)
7 bit Data MSB (not necessary )
End of SysEx Message
Here a special parameter of the program currently in the buffer is altered.
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Parameter Numbers (decimal):
REVERB LF DAMP
REVERB HF DAMP
REFL-REV RATIO DELAY LEVEL
10 REFLECTION TYPE DELAY TYPE
11 REV-CLUSTER PROP DELAY TIME
12 REVERB PREDELAY DELAY FEEDBACK
0 ORIGINAL LEVEL
1 EQ LOW
2 EQ HIGH
3 REVERB LEVEL PITCH1 LEVEL
4 REVERB TYPE PITCH1 PAN
5 REVERB ROOM SIZE PITCH1 DETUNE
6 REVERB TIME PITCH1 FINE
7
8
9
13 REFL-REV DELAY MODULATION LEVEL PITCH2 LEVEL PITCH BALANCE DEL-REV-ROUT
14 REVB GATE TIME MODULATION TYPE PITCH2 PAN
15 REVB GATE COLOR MODULATION DEPTH PITCH2 DETUNE PITCH DETUNE
16 REVB GATE SLOPE MODULATION SPEED PITCH2 FINE PITCH FINE
17 REVB GATE PREDLY MODULATION FEEDB PITCH TYPE
18 DISTORTION
19 VOICE FILTER
20 EFFECT LEVEL
MIDI Remote MIDI-Byte Description
Control
FO (hex) System exclusive
(recognized) 30 DYNACORD ID: No 48
On n = MIDI Channel 0-15 (7F = All Channels)
ОА ОВР 10 1Ю: No 10
77 Function ID: Remote (119)
On Remote Code (s. Table)
F7 End of SysEx Message
With this command a remote control of the front panel controllers (keys, rotary encoder) is possible.
The DRP 10 reacts exactly same as if operated by the front panel control elements.
Remote Codes (decimal): 1 VOCAL 10 STORE
2 KEYB 14 MIDI
3 GUITAR 15 ENTER
4 BASS 18 OPTION
7 DRUMS 19 SERVICE
8 BRASS 32 ENCODER-DOWN
11 STRING 33 ENCODER-UP
12 SPECIAL
16 USER
5 DOWN
9 UP
15 ENTER
13 EFF-OFF
6 EDIT
10. REMOTE CONTROL
10.1 REMOTE CONNECTIONS
With the DRP 10 the user has the possibility to use remote control of various functions via foot switch or pedal. The
remote sockets are located at the rear of the housing. ;
UP/DOWN - When connecting a double foot switch FS500 to this socket, the DRP 10's programs can be
switched over. The order is fixed in the OPTION Menu. The program selected is loaded
immediately.
If a foot switch FS 12 is connected to this socket the Effect Off function can be activated. This is
EFF OFF -
indicated by the Effect Off LED (also see chapter 5.5, EFFECT ON/OFF FUNCTION).
PEDAL - Ifa foot pedal FR 5 is connected to this socket, this serves to control parameters such as volume
in realtime. The parameter can be programmed separately for every program. Turn to chapter
9.3 for a more detailed explanation.
Note:
Other foot switches apart from the specified FS 500 and FS 12 can be used, provided that they really
have momentary contacts and not switches, and that the contactis closed on activation. (ON contact!)
As Pedals foot controllers with a nominal rating of between 75 kOhm and 150 kOhm should be used.
The control range should be between 0 Ohm and the nominal rating.
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11 APPENDIX
11.1 HOW IS REVERBERATION PRODUCED?
A sound signal is produced off by the sound source A.
First the direct signal (double arrow) reaches the ear of
listener B, With varying delay times the first reflections
(single arrows) are then perceived (as echoes in larger
rooms). The actual reverberation (open arrows) is then
created by a very high density of many different time-de-
layed reflections. Within the reverberation the ear does
not perceive the individual reflections as such. Depen-
ding on the wall structure, (or the reflecting object), a
completely irregular diffusion can occur as shown at
reflection point C.
The duration of the reverb mainly depends on the size
of the room and the absorption qualities of its walls. In a
large room the reflections travel further which of course
takes longer.
The reverb density mainly depends on the properties
of the room. An uneven or angular room gives off more
varying reflections than a cube-shaped room for ex-
ample.
The timing of a reverb signal.
Level A
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Direci- |Frsl | Reverb
Sigaci (Reflections
(Turn to chapter 7 to see the tasks of the individual
parameters with the DRP 10)
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11.2 WHAT IS MIDI?
As the name suggests, MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) is a standard data interface for musical
instruments and devices.
In the general MIDI standard, MIDI Controllers, MIDI switches, MIDI Note numbers etc. are determined. As in
computer technology, every MIDI event is given a certain address (bit order) which is recognized by all MIDI
interfaces alike. Thus MIDI means a language which is also understood by units made by different manufacturers.
In most cases MIDI is used to play devices which produce sound (such as Expanders, Samplers, Synthesizers etc)
from a keyboard. MIDI is used to transmit information to the units connected. Such information may include the note
played, the position of the modulation wheel, the position of a foot pedal, the velocity with which the keys are played
etc.
Effect units such as the DRP 10 can also be controlled via MIDI. They can be programmed in such a way that when
a synthesizer sound is called up, the matching effect is also always selected. This is possible because when choosing
a sound, the synthesizer transmits a program change command which is received by the DRP 10, which then calls
up the program allocated to that particular command.
16 different channels are defined in the MIDI standard. Thus a MIDI transmitter can control up to 16 different MIDI
reception devices at the same time, completely independently. You can set the MIDI reception channel on the DRP
10, (see chapter 9.2.1). For a correct MIDI operation the user must make sure that the appropriate MIDI channel is
also set on the transmitting unit (Keyboard, Sequencer, Computer). Please read the operating instructions of the
units in question.
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12.1 SPECIFICATIONS
Mains voltage
Power consumption
Safety class
Rated input voltage
Max. input voltage
Input impedance
Rated output voltage
Max. output voltage
Output impedance
Frequency response direct
Frequency response effect
S/N ratio direct
S/N ratio effect
Distortion (THD) direct
Distortion (THD) effect
Data format
MIDI connectors
Display
Ground Lift
Dimensions (W X H XD)
Weight
Options
The specifications for this product are subject to change without prior notice.
90 - 250 VAC / 50 - 60 Hz (without switching)
max. 156 W
|
LINE 1.23 V/+4 dBu
INSTR 390 mV /-6 dBu
9V /+21dBu
LINE 10 kohms
INSTR 500 kohms
HI 2.45 V/+10 dBu
LO 730 mV / -0.5 dBu
OV /+21 dBu
120 ohms
20 Hz -20 kHz +0/-1 dB
20 Hz - 20 kHz +0/-2 dB
> 104 dB
> 90 dB
< 0.003%
< 0.03%
16 bit linear, internal 24 bit
IN/OUT/THRU |
2 x 16 digit alpha-numerical LCD
with LED back lit
Disconnects ground from housing
483 x 43.6 x 225 mm; 19" with 1 HU
3.5 kg / 7.7 lbs
FS 500 (Up/Down)
FS 12 (Effect off)
FR 5 (Pedal)
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DYNACORD DRP 10 MIDI Implementation Chart V.1.0
Function.. Transmitted Recognized Remark
Basic Defauit X 1-16, -OFF- Memorized
Channel Changed X 1-16, -OFF-
Default X Mode 1,3 Memorized
Mode Messages X X
Altered
Note X 0-127 Used as
Number True voice Controller
Velocity Note ON X O Used as
Note OFF X O Controller
After Key's X O Used as
Touch Ch's X O Controller
Pitch Bend X O Used as
Controller
Control X 0-31 Used as
Change 64-95 Controller
32 Bank Select
Prog X O - 127
Change True 00 - 49 Group Bank
00 - 98 User Bank
System Exclusive O O
System Song Pos X X
Common Song Sel X X
Tune X X
System Clock X X
Real Time Commands X X
Aux Local ON/OFF X X
All Notes OFF X X
Messages Active Sense X X
Hesel X о
Notes
Mode 1 : OMNI ON, POLY
Mode 2 : OMNI ON, MONO
O : Yes
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Agreements:
— all measurements and settings must be made after 2 minutes’ warm-up.
— the noise levels measured in dB at the outputs refer to the nom. output levels of +10 dB (input
level switch in LINE position, output level switch in HI position).
— tolerances of the level values: +/- 1dB
— all level, frequency and distortion measurements are performed with Audio, Precision System
One, generator impedance = 25 ohms, analyser impedance = 100 kohms.
— all distortion measurements are performed at an input level of 0 dBu, input control turned to the
extreme right, measurement bandwidth 10 Hz - 22 kHz, without filter, THD + noise are measu-
red.
— measurements on the original signal with the test program "P 11" ORIGINAL ONLY (level = 0
dB)
— measurements on the effect signal with the test program "P 10" EFFECT ONLY (level = 0 dB,
EQ-setting 0 dB)
— 0dBu=775mV rms
1. Operating voltage EB(V) 90 - 250 VAC f=50... 60 Hz
2. Operating current IB(A) at 110 VAC 163 MA
at 230 VAC 115 mA
- measured with Philips Multimeter PM 2517X
3, Power consumption а! 110 МАС 13 W
at 230 VAC 15 W
- measured with Zaeres Wattmeter
4. Inputs
- both inputs are connected (stereo operation)
4.1. Input impedance
switch position LINE ZI = 10 kohms
INSTR ZI 500 kohms
4.2. Input voltage
- input level switch position LINE
El = 1.23 V
= +4 dBu
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Elmax
- input level switch into position INSTR
- max. input voltage
5. Outputs
El
Elmax
— both outputs are connected (stereo operation)
— the output levels measured refer to an input level of El = +4 dBu and f = 1 kHz (input level
switch in LINE position, input control turned to the extreme right).
5.1. Output impedance
5.2. Output voltage
ZO
— output level switch into position HI
— max. output voltage
EO
EOmax
— output level switch into position LO
— max. output voltage
5.3. Frequency response
5.3.1. Frequency response -
5.3.2. Frequency response -
5.3.3. Frequency response -
5.4 Distortion (THD)
EO
EOmax
original signal
effect signal
EQ
5.4.1. Distortion (THD) - original signal
5.4.2. Distortion (THD) - effect signal
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+21 dBu
390 mV
- 6 dBu
2.45 V
+10 dBu
120 ohms
2.45 \/
+10 dBu
9 V
+21 dBu
730 mV
- 0.5 dBu
3.1 V
+12 dBu
NOTE! Before carrying out the distortion factor measurement the unit must be allowed to warm up for
a duration of 5 minutes and then the converter is adjusted to minimum distortion (THD) with
the test program "POS".
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5.5 Noise voltages
5.5.1 Noise voltage - original signal
Noise voltage (quasi peak level) EF
CCIR 468 (quasi peak level)
dB(A) (r.m.s.)
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Noise voltage (quasi peak level) EF
CCIR 468 (quasi peak level)
dB(A) (r.m.s.)
5.5.3 Noise voltage - effect signal - zero out
Noise voltage (quasi peak level) EF
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CCIR 468 (quasi peak level)
dB(A) (r.m.s.)
5.5.4 Noise voltage - effect signal - effect off
Noise voltage (quasi peak level) EF
CCIR 468 (quasi peak level)
dB(A) (r.m.s.)
13-4
= 48 pV
= - 94 dB
= 100 pV
=-88dB
= 150 pV
= - 104 dB
190 uV
-82 dB
350 pV
- 76 dB
77 uv
- 90 dB
110 uV
-87 dB
220 uV
- 81 dB
48 uV
=-94 dB
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31 uV
-98 dB
80 uV
- 88 dB
15 uV
= - 104 dB
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6. Specifications
Mains voltage
Power consumption
Safety class
Input voltage
Max. input voltage
Input impedance
Output voltage
Max. output voltage
Output impedance
Frequency response - original
Frequency response - effect
SIN ratio - original
S/N ratio - effect
Distortion (THD) - original
Distortion (THD) - effect
Data format
MIDI sockets
Display
Ground lift switch
Dimensions
Weight
Accessories
90 - 250 VAC / 50 - 60 Hz (without switching-over)
max. 15 W
|
LINE
INSTR
LINE
INSTR
HI
LO
>1040B ...
1.23 V / +4 dBu
390 mV / -6 dBu
9 V/+21 dBu
10 kohms
500 kohms
2.45 V/+10 dBu
730 mV / -0.5 dBu
9 V / +21 dBu
120 ohms
20 Hz - 20 kHz +0.5/-1 dB
20 Hz - 20 kHz +0.5/-2 dB
> 90 dB
< 0.003 %
< 0.03 %
16 bit linear, internally 24 bit
INVOUT/THRU
2 x 16 digit alphanumerical LCD backlit
separates circuit ground from chassis
483 x 43.6 x 225 mm (WxHxD), 19", 1 HU
3.5 kg/ 7.7 lbs
FS 500 (up/down)
FS 12 (effect off)
FR 5 (pedal)
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13-7
DRP 10 Test Programs
The DRP 10 integrates several test programs to check internal function blocks.
Pressing the keys "BRASS" and "USER" al the same time gives access to the test mode. The following
appears briefly in the display:
DRP 10 TEST MODE
FOR SERVICE ONLY
The program number of each test is shown in the 7-segment display "P00" - "P16", P = test program).
The test programs can be selected by means of the Select keys or by turning the rotary encoder and
called up by "ENTER". Generally speaking, the "ENTER" key also serves to abort a test.
The test mode is exited in "P00" via "ENTER".
List of Test Programs:
РОО QUIT + RESET
PO1 uP-ROM TEST
P02 uP-RAM TEST
РОЗ ARS RAM TEST
P04 BATTERY TEST
POS MIDI TEST
P06 EFF-OFF TEST
P07 UP-DN TEST
РОВ PEDAL TEST
P09 MSB ADJUST
P10 EFFECT SIGNAL
P11 ORIGINAL SIGNAL
P12 AUDIO TESTS
P13 LED TEST
P14 DISPLAY TEST
P15 KEY TEST
P16 ENCODER TEST
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Explanations of the test programs:
Programm 00:
POO QUIT + RESET
START = ENTER
This program serves to quit the test mode. When pressing "ENTER" the DRP 10 processor is given a
reset and the unit is initialised. The user is then in play mode (the same as when the unit is switched on).
Program 01
P01 uP-ROM TEST
START = ENTER
When "ENTER" is pressed the display changes to:
PO1 Testing uP-ROM
and the EPROMs of the host computer are checked. A check sum is calculated from the entire contents
of the EPROMs. The test cannot be interrupted! If no error is found, the following appears in the display:
P01 uP-ROM TEST OK!
<< >>
If an error is detected the following appears:
P01 uP-ROM TEST FAIL
<< Checks: XXh >>
Program 02:
P02 uP-RAM TEST
START = ENTER
This program serves to check the static RAMs in the DRP 10 processor system. To do so, various bit
patterns are addressed to all RAMs and re-read.
NOTE! The RAM contents should be saved via Midi dump before the test is performed, as all data is
lost during the test.
When "ENTER" is pressed the following appears in the display.
P02 Warning: Data in
RAM will be lost
By pressing "ENTER" again, the test program is started and the following appears in the display:
P02 Testing uP-RAM
The test cannot be interrupted! If no error is found, the following appears in the display:
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PO? uP-RAM TEST OK!
<< >>
If an error is located, the display shows the first RAM address where a write/read error ocurred.
P02 uP-RAM TEST FAIL
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Program 03:
P03 ARS RAM TEST
START = ENTER
This program tests the DRP 10 effect chip (ARS 10) and the 6 static RAMs connected. The test lasts
approx. 35 s but can be interrupted by pressing any key.
The following appears in the display:
P03 Testing ARS RAM
If no error is located the following appears in the display:
РОЗ ARS RAM TEST OK!
<< >>
If this is not the case, several error messages can appear.
Al the beginning of a test a bit test is carried out on the data bus. If an error is located in the course of
this process the faulty data line (D00 - D23) appears in the display.
P03 ARS RAM FAILED!
on D XX
By pressing any key at random (apart from "ENTER" or "SELECT") the test can be continued after each
error message.
Then the RAM bank 0 (U302, U303, U304) is written completely and re-read.
If an error is located during this process the first address where an error occurs appears in the display.
P03 ARS RAM FAILED!
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Then the RAM bank 1 (U305, U306, U307) is written completely and re-read.
If an error is located during this process the first address where an error occurs appears in the display.
P03 ARS RAM FAILED!
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Program 04:
P04 BATTERY TEST
START = ENTER
The DRP 10 incorporates a lithium battery to supply the static RAM with the necessary power when the
unit is switched off. The battery voltage is constantly monitored and can be indicated on the display in
this test. After the program has been called up via "ENTER", the following appears in the display:
P04 Testing BATTERY
U: 3.0V
The test is also aborted via "ENTER" and then the following appears on the display:
P04 BATT.TEST OK
<< >>
If the battery voltage drops to below 2.5 volts the following error message is displayed:
P04 BATT.TEST FAILED
<< >>
The battery should be changed as soon as possible.
Programm 05
POS MIDI TEST
START = ENTER
For this test the MIDI-IN socket must be connected with the MIDI- Out socket via a MIDI cable. After
pressing "ENTER" the test procedure is started and the following appears in the display:
POS Testing MIDI
If there is an error during data communication the following appears.
POS MIDI TEST FAILED
<< >>
Possible causes include a faulty MIDI cable, incorrect connection or a problem in the MIDI hardware of
the DRP 10.
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Program 06
P06 EFF-OFF TEST
START = ENTER
This test serves to check the remote control of the Effect Off function. To do so an Effect Off Foot switch
must be connected lo the appropriate socket al the rear of the unit. After calling up the test via "ENTER"
the following request appears in the display:
P06 Switch EFF-OFF
if you then activate the switch, the following should appear in the display:
P06 EFF-OFF TEST OK
<< >>
If this should not be the case, there may be a fault in the foot switch connected or in the internal circuitry.
Program 07
P07 UP-DN TEST
START = ENTER
This test serves to check the UP/DOWN function. To do se an UP/DOWN foot pedal must be connected
tothe appropriate socket at the rear of the unit. After the test has been called up via "ENTER" the following
appears in the display:
P07 Switch UP+DOWN
If you then activate both switches the following should appear in the display:
P07 UP/DN TEST OK
<< >>
If this is not the case there may be a fault in the foot switch or the internal circuitry.
Program 08
POS PEDAL TEST
START = ENTER
This test serves to check the function of a connected foot pedal. If no controller has been connected to
the appropriate socket at the rear of the unit and "ENTER" is pressed, the following appears in the display.
P08 Testing PEDAL
A/D:(221):0ff
As soon as a foot controller has been connected an A/D value between 000 and 127, depending on the
position of the pedal, appears in the display. To carry out the test, the pedal must be moved as far as
possible in both directions/must be moved to both extremes. The following then appears in the display:
POS PEDAL TEST OK!
<< >>
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Program 09:
P09 MSB ADJUST
START = ENTER
This test is to adjust MSB, thus also adjusting the distortion factor (THD) of the 16-Bit audio converter in
the DRP 10.
For this test a triangular voltage with a level of -60dB (related to full modulation) and a frequency of 183
Hz is generated inside the unit. The Converter can be adjusted with the trimmer R302 by means of an
oscilloscope connected at the output via a low pass filter. The test is called up and exited via "ENTER".
During the test the following appears in the display:
P09 TRIANGLE -60 dB
MSB adjust R302
After adjustment a clearly defined triangle wave should appear on the oscilloscope.
Adjustment ok Adjustment wrong Adjustment wrong
YX INN
When exiting the test, the following appears in the display:
P09 MSB ADJUST done
<< >>
Program 10
P10 EFFECT SIGNAL
START = ENTER
In this program the effect path of the DRP 10 is activated in order to carry out audio measurements such
as effect frequency response, distortion factor, S/N ratio etc. After "ENTER" has been pressed, the
following appears in the display:
P10 EFFECT ONLY
LEVEL: 0 dB
The program is also exited via "ENTER" and then the following appears on the display:
P10 EFFECT TEST done
<< >>
Program 11:
P11 ORIGINAL SIGNAL
START = ENTER
In this program the DRP 10's original path is activated to carry out audio measurements such as original
frequency response, distortion factor, S/N ratio etc. After "ENTER" has been pressed, the following
appears in the display:
P11 ORIGINAL ONLY
LEVEL: O dB
The program is also exited via "ENTER" and then the following appears on the display:
P11 ORIGIN TEST done
<< >>
Program 12
P12 AUDIO TESTS
START = ENTER
This program offers a variety of settings for the DRP 10's audio path. The individual tests are selected
either via the "SELECT" keys or via the rotary encoder knob. After pressing "ENTER", the following
appears first of all.
P12 ARS ORIG. THRU
without ALU
Here, an unprocessed input signal apperars on the outputs.
Inthe second sub-program the input signal is processed before it is fed to the outputs. Then, the following
appears in the display:
P12 ARS ORIG. THRU
with ALU
In the next sub-program the input signal in the ARS 10 is amplified by 3 dB, (factor 1.5). This is indicated
as follows:
P12 ARS ORIG. THRU
+3 dB (x1,5)
In the 4th sub-program a "Digital Null" is fed to the D/A converter. Here the signal-to-noise ratio of the
D/A converter can be measured alone. The display indicates:
P12 ZERO OUT
The last sub-program displays the converter offset:
P12 OFFSET TEST CMP
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The EFFECT ON/OFF key can be used to switch the internal offset compensation on and off
Program 13
P13 LED TEST
START = ENTER
This program serves to check all LED's on the front panel (status LED's, effect LED's, program display,
level indicator). After pressing "ENTER", the following appears in the display:
P13 Testing LEDs
and the LED test starts with individual driving of the status and effect LED's. Then all LED segments are
switched on. The 7- segment display shows "88". The program finishes automatically and then the
following appears in the display:
P13 LED TEST done
<< >>
Program 14
P14 DISPLAY TEST
START = ENTER
This program serves to check the LC display and the contrast setting. After the program has started the
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and are working properly. Then the following appears in the display:
P14 LCD CONTRAST :
With the aid of the rotary encoder the display contrast can be set in a range between -10 - +10. The test
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P14 DISP.TEST done
<< >>
The contrast value set is maintained even the unit is switched off.
Program 15
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START = ENTER ®
This program serves to check the DRP 10 keyboard. When "ENTER" is pressed, the following appears
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P15 Press all Keys
If a key is pressed then, the key designation appears in the 2nd line accordingly. After all the keys have
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P15 KEY TEST OK!
<< >>
The key test can be aborted at any time via "ENTER".
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START = ENTER
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P16 Turn Encoder
When turning the encoder the direction and the counted impulses are displayed in the 2nd line. One full
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00040 push button black 12,5x/ 337059 | L 303 coil 339139
00050 push button black 6,4x 13,4 342496 | L 304 coil 339139
00060 rotary knob black 24 337057 | L 305 coil 339139
00070 rotary knob black 16 342120 | L 306 coil 339139
00080 power supply 346713 | 1.307 coli 339139
00110 push button grey 344280 | L 308 coil 339139
00120 display 344928 | L 309 coil 339139
| Q 201 trans. BC 560 B 306928
00010 PCB DRP 10 803818 | Q 202 trans. BC 550 B 301184
B 201 socket 303093 | Q 203 trans. BC 550 B 301184
B 202 socket 303093 | Q 301 trans. BC 550 B 301184
B 203 socket 303093 | R 302 trim. pot. 100k lin 338893
B 204 phone jack 332352 | S 201 sliding switch 338886
B 205 phone jack HLJ 332353 | S 301 switch 344038
B 206 phone jack 332352 | S 302 switch 344037
B 301 phone jack 332352 | U 201 IC SAB 80535 N 341631
B 302 phone jack 332352 | U 202 IC SN 74 HC573 N 341636
B 303 phone jack 332352 | U 204 IC CAK 58256 P-12L 339671
B 304 phone jack 332352 | U 205 IC SN 74 HC245 N 338389
BT201 battery 341655 | U 206 IC MC 74 HC138 N 339705
C 201 safety component 343489 | U 207 IC MC 74 HC 32 N 331929
C 204 KO-EL 220 MF 25V 343533 | U 208 IC MC 74 HC 00 N 331920
C 301 safety component 343489 | U 209 IC PC 900 333739
C 361 KO-EL 1 MF 50V 340520 | U 210 IC TL 7705 335857
C 362 KO-EL 1 MF 50V 340520 | U 211 IC MC 74 НС 14 333458
C 385 KO-EL 220 ME 25V 343533 | U 212 IC MC 74 HC 14 333458
D 201 diode 1N 4148 301254 | 0 213 IC TL 072 CP 331340
D 202 diode 1N 4148 301254 | U 301 IC MB 635213 344923
D 203 diode 1N 4148 301254 | U 302 IC CXK 58257 344927
D 204 diode 1N 4148 301254 | U 303 IC CXK 58257 344927
D 205 diode IN 4148 301254 | U 304 IC CXK 58257 344927
D 206 diode 1N 4148 301254 | U 305 IC CXK 58257 344927
D 207 diode 1N 4148 301254 | U 306 IC CXK 58257 344927
D 208 diode IN 4148 301254 | U 307 IC CXK 58257 344927
D 209 diode IN 4148 301254 | U 308 IC PCM 54 HP 339670
D 210 diode 1N 4148 301254 | U 309 IC MC 14053 BCP 335501
D 211 diode 1N 4148 301254 | 0310 IC LE 311 330767
D 212 diode 1N 4148 301254 | U311 IC TL 072 CP 331340
D 213 break down diode ZPD 3V3 301275 | U 312 IC RC 4558 P 304275
D 301 diode 1N 4148 301254 | U 313 IC RC 4558 P 304275
D 302 diode IN 4148 1253 | Y 214 JIC HAF 001° 339673
D 303 break down diode ZFD ЗУ) 301273 | 0 315 IC RC 4558 P 304275
D 304 diode 1N 4148 301254 | U 316 IC IL 072 CP 331340
E 301 relay V23042-A2003-E201 139682 | U 317 IC TL 072 CF 331340
L 201 coil 339139 | U 318 IC HAF 001° 339673
L 202 coil 339139 | U 319 IC HAF 0019 339673
L 203 coil 339139 | U 320 IC RC 4558 P 304275
L 204 coil 339139 | U 321 IC RC 4558 P 304275
L 205 coil 339139 | U 322 IC LC 7537 N 344867
L 206 coil 339139 | U 323 IC TL 072 CP 331340
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U 327 IC MC 79 L 05 ACP 309721 |
U 328 IC MC 74 HC 74 N 339704 |
U 329 IC MC 74 HC 00 N 331920 |
U 330 IC MC 78 L 05 ACP 346343 |
X 201 quarz 12.0000MHZ 346314 |
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00010 socket 6pol. 339842 |
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00020 PCB DRP10/DRP 15 852168 |
B 401 connector 338835 |
C 401 safety component 0,22MF 344934 |
C 402 safety component 0,22MF 344934 |
C 403 safety component 2.2NF 334682 |
C 404 safety component 2.2NF 334682 |
L 401 coil 2x 10 MH 332961 |
|
00030 PCB DRP 10 861908 |
D 101 LED red 345450 |
D 102 LED red 345450 |
D 103 LED red 345450 |
D 104 LED red 345450 |
D 105 LED red 345450 |
D 106 LED red 345450 |
D 107 LED red 345450 |
D 108 LED red 345450 |
D 109 LED red 345450 |
D 110 LED red 345450 |
D 111 LED red 345450 |
D 112 LED red 345450 |
D 113 LED 7xgn+3xrt 344868 |
DP101 display TDSR 3160 331390 |
DP102 display TDSR 3160 331390 |
R 104 potentiometer 2x5kohm log 345484 |
S 101 switch 339674 |
S 102 switch 339674 |
S 103 switch 339674 |
S 104 switch 339674 |
S 105 switch 339674 |
S 106 switch 339674 |
S 107 switch 339674 |
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S 109 switch 339674 |
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WARRANTY (Limited)
Electro-Voice products are guaranteed against malfunction due to defects in materials or workman-
ship for a specified period, as noted in the individual product-line statement(s) below, or in the
individual product data sheet or owner's manual, beginning with the date of original purchase. If such
malfunction occurs during the specified period, the product will be repaired or replaced (at our option) e
without charge. The product will be returned to the customer prepaid. Exclusions and Limitations:
The Limited Warranty does not apply to: (a) exterior finish or appearance; (b) certain specific items
described in the individual product-line statement(s) below, or in the individual product data sheet or
owner's manual; (c) malfunction resulting from use or operation of the product other than as specified
in the product data sheet or owner's manual; (d) malfunction resulting from misuse or abuse of the
product; or (e) malfunction occurring at any time after repairs have been made to the product by
anyone other than Electro-Voice or any of its authonzed service representatives. Obtaining
Warranty Service: To obtain warranty service, a customer must deliver the product, prepaid, to
Electro-Voice or any of its authorized service representatives together with proof of purchase of the
product in the form of a bill of sale or receipted invoice. A list of authorized service representatives
is available from Electro-Voice at 600 Cecil Street, Buchanan, MI 49107 (616/695-6831) and/or
Electro-Voice West, at 8294 Doe Avenue, Visalia, CA 93291 (209/651-7777). Incidental and
Consequential Damages Excluded: Product repair or replacement and return to the customer are
the only remedies provided to the customer. Electro-Voice shall not be liable for any incidental or
consequential damages including, without limitation, injury to persons or property or loss of use.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages so the
above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. Other Rights: This warranty gives you specific
legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
Electro-Voice Electronics are guaranteed against malfunction due to defects in matenals or
workmanship for a period of three (3) years from the date of original purchase. Additional details are
included in the Uniform Limited Warranty statement.
Service and repair address for this product: Electro-Voice, Inc. 600 Cecil Street, Buchanan, Michigan
49107.
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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Electro-Voice a MARK IV company
= 500 Cecil Street, Buchanan, Michigan 49107, Phone (616) 635-6831, Fax: 616-695-1304
® 8234 Doe Avenue, Visalia, California 93291, Phone (209) 651-7777, Fax: (209) 651-0164
Mark IV Audio Canada. Inc. 345 Herbert St., Gananoque, Ontario, Canada K7G2V1, Phone (613)382-2141, Fax (613)382-7466
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