Art X-15 Specifications

Art X-15 Specifications
TABLE of CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ...............................................................
FEATURES ...................................................................
GETTING STARTED ............................................................
INSTRUMENT & GUITAR AMP ..............................................
INSTRUMENT & SGX LT in the EFFECTS LOOP of an AMP ....................
INSTALLATION ...............................................................
POWER
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CONNECTIONS ..........................................................
INPUTS: ........................................................
INSTRUMENT INPUT .........................................
LINE INPUT ...............................................
OUTPUT 3
HEADPHONE OUTPUT ...............................................
MIDI IN ........................................................
BYPASS JACK ....................................................
REMOTE JACK(CHANNEL SELECT) ....................................
CONTROLS AND OPERATION .....................................................
PREAMP CONTROLS/CLEAN CHANNEL ........................................
CLEAN GAIN .....................................................
CLEAN CONTOUR ..................................................
PREAMP CONTROLS/DIRT CHANNEL .........................................
DIRT DRIVE .....................................................
THRUST 5
MID VOICING ....................................................
EDGE
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DISTORTION LEVEL ...............................................
TELLTALES ............................................................
OVERDRIVE ACTIVE INDICATOR .....................................
SEVEN SEGMENT DISPLAY ..........................................
INPUT LEVEL INDICATORS ...............................................
CONTROL BUTTONS ......................................................
CHANNEL SELECT/AUTO STORE ......................................
PRESET ¿ À ....................................................
BYPASS 6
MIDI
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MPT EDIT MODE ............................................
MIX CONTROL ....................................................
MISCELLANEOUS ........................................................
PRESETS ........................................................
BATTERY BACKUP .................................................
BYPASS PRESET ..................................................
SOFTWARE LEVEL .................................................
USER REGISTRATION ..............................................
FACTORY RESET ..................................................
CUSTOMER SERVICE ...............................................
APPENDIX A .................................................................
MISCELLANEOUS NOTES ..................................................
APPENDIX B .................................................................
EXAMPLES .............................................................
Editing the MPT with the SGX LT front panel controls ...........
Editing the MPT with a keyboard or external controller ........
Setting up a preset sequence including the BYPASS (Y9) preset .
Changing the MIDI channel .....................................
INCREMENT PRESET ..............................................
Setting up five presets .................................
Programming the REMOTE jack for the BYPASS function .....
SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................
APPENDIX C ................................................................
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MIDI Implementation Chart ...........................................
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APPENDIX D ................................................................
HOOKUP DIAGRAMS .....................................................
INSTRUMENT, MONO SYSTEM .......................................
INSTRUMENT, STEREO IMAGE SYSTEM ...............................
INSTRUMENT, EFFECT LOOP of PREAMP/MIXER .......................
APPENDIX E ................................................................
USING THE SGX LT WITH AN X-11 Foot Controller or X-15 ULTRAFOOT .....
Editing the MPT with a keyboard or external controller ........
WARRANTY ..................................................................
SERVICE INFORMATION .......................................................
SGX LT PRESET LIST ........................................................
TOP THIRTY PROGRAMS .................................................
REVERB GROUP PROGRAMS ...............................................
CHORUS and FLANGE with REVERB PROGRAMS ..............................
GATED REVERB PROGRAMS ...............................................
CHORUS and FLANGE PROGRAMS ..........................................
TAPPED DELAY GROUP ..................................................
IMAGE PROGRAMS ......................................................
SLAPBACK DELAY PROGRAMS .............................................
REVERB WITH LONG PREDELAY GROUP PROGRAMS ............................
PREDELAYED FLANGE GROUP PROGRAMS ....................................
THICK CHORUS GROUP PROGRAMS .........................................
ECHO GROUP PROGRAMS .................................................
BYPASS PROGRAM ......................................................
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you and congratulations on your new ART purchase. The SGX LT is one of the
many dazzling results from ART's combination of digital and analog technology.
Offering a level of processing resolution and the sound quality of processors
that can cost thousands of dollars, the SGX LT boasts 16 bit architecture and one
of the simplest user interfaces available today.
FEATURES:
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250 Studio effect presets
Up to three studio effects combinations per preset
Solid State Preamp
Separate Clean and Dirt Channels
Power supply contained in unit
Headphone jack
One touch control-no programming necessary
Remappable MIDI program table
Remote footswitch jacks
Plate, Room, and Hall reverbs
Forward and Reverse Gated reverb
Stereo Chorus and Flanging
Stereo Delays and Imaging
Slapback and Tapped Delay
Stereo Echoes
Designed and manufactured in the United States of America
The SGX LT has the capability of providing you with 250 of the finest studio
multiple effects combinations. With the power to process up to three simultaneous
effects at once, you may choose rich combinations of Chorus, Delay, Reverb,
Flanging, Tapped Delays, Gated Reverbs, Reverse Reverb, Panning, and much more.
Add a solid state preamp with clean and dirt channels and your performance is
virtually doubled! ART designed a combination of powerful processing, monster
presets, and ease of use into the SGX LT. We strongly suggest you read and refer
to this manual while getting used to your new processor.
Record for your reference:
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GETTING STARTED
We have included this section for those of you who can't wait to experience the
sounds of your new SGX LT. Follow the hookup directions for the setup you use and
then start playing. After the initial thrill wears off (if that's possible!), and
you want to get to know your SGX LT better, refer to the rest of this manual for
details, hints, and examples. Till later.....
¾¾ Ready:
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│ Additional application information can be found in Appendix A.│
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│ MIDI programming examples can be found in Appendix B.
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│ Hookup diagrams can be found on page 14.
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For all hookup combinations center the slider control. Most all presets were
configured with the slider centered providing a fifty/fifty mix.
To start, set all the knobs to twelve o'clock. Leave the controls on your amp as
you have always had them set. Plug into the Instrument Input jack on the front
panel.
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│ Add more gain to the Clean channel with the Clean Gain Control│
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│ Add crunch to the Dirt channel with the Dirt Drive control.
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│ Switch between the Clean and Dirt Channel by pressing the Grey│
│ Channel Select button in the center of the front panel.
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│ Adjust the Distortion Level control to vary the Dirt channel's│
│ Distortion Level.
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INSTRUMENT & GUITAR AMP
Plug your instrument into the Instrument Input jack located on the front panel.
Connect a cable from your amp input to the Line Out Left Output jack. Turn the
SGX LT on first and then turn on your guitar amp. TURN DOWN THE LEVEL OF YOUR AMP
before you play! Adjust your front panel levels to your taste. Adjust your
amplifier levels accordingly.
INSTRUMENT & SGX LT in the EFFECTS LOOP of an AMP
Plug your instrument into your amp as normal. Connect a cable from the SGX LT's
Instrument Input to the amplifiers effect send. Now connect another cable from
the effects return of your amp to the Left Output of the SGX LT. Turn the SGX LT
on first then turn on your power amp. Adjust your playing level while the effects
loop is out of the chain. Center all your front panel knobs. Engage the effects
loop and set the input level to the SGX LT with the effect send control of the
amp so the signal LED is lit all the time (with signal present of course). Set
your front panel controls as you like.
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INSTALLATION
The SGX LT may be used in a variety of setups including: mixing consoles with
effect send and return facilities, straight into guitar or power amps, and in the
effects loop of an amplifier. Self contained in an all steel single high 19" rack
mount case, the SGX LT is designed for continuous professional use. For touring
rack applications, care should be taken to support the units rear if the rack
might be subjected to mechanical shock like dropping. NOTE: The front panel may
bend if no rear support is provided. Mounting location is not critical, but for
greater reliability we recommend that you not place the unit on top of power
amps, tube equipment, or other sources of heat.
POWER
This device is AC powered via a standard 3 conductor grounded power cable. Plug
into any standard AC receptacle. We recommend the use of a surge protector to
decrease the chance of equipment damage due to voltage surges or spikes on the
line. For your own safety as well as the safety of others, do not remove the
ground pin of the cable. Refer to the rear panel or the specifications for proper
operating voltages.
CONNECTIONS
Audio connections to the SGX LT are made at the front and rear of the unit via
professional 1/4" phone jacks. The MIDI connection is accomplished via a five pin
"DIN" jack on the rear panel.
INPUTS:
There are two mono inputs available in the SGX LT. You can use both input jacks
at the same time. However, the preamp output will be summed with the Line In
input and then the combined inputs will be sent to the digital processor.
INSTRUMENT INPUT
The Instrument Input on the front panel is a single ended (unbalanced)
configuration with an input impedance of 470K ohms. This input is a direct input
to the SGX LT's solid state preamp. Plug in all types of instruments to this
jack. You may also plug "line" level devices into this input.
LINE INPUT
The Line Input jack on the rear panel is a direct input to the digital processor.
This input is a single ended (unbalanced) configuration with an input impedance
of 1M ohm. The nominal operating level for this input is (-)10dB. Hook up high
output instruments, recording devices, other outboard signal processors, and
effects loop sends to this input.
OUTPUT
The LEFT and RIGHT outputs are single ended (unbalanced) with an impedance of
1.5K ohms, and can provide a stereo or mono output. When both outputs are used
with one or both of the inputs, a stereo image is produced. If you do not want
both output signals combined (such as only one delay time required), plug a dummy
plug into the unused output. If you are only using one output use the Left
output.
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HEADPHONE OUTPUT
A headphone output is located on the rear panel. The headphone output is a
standard 1/4" stereo jack. Any headphones may be used with this jack. Use the
Output slider to set the final output level for your headphones.
MIDI IN
This jack receives the MIDI program change messages. It enables you to change the
presets of the SGX LT from an external source such as an ART X-11 or X-15, a
computer equipped with MIDI ports and associated software or a sequencer.
BYPASS JACK
The Bypass/Inc jack may be programmed to either bypass the SGX LT or access the
Increment Preset Mode. A footswitch and any two conductor cable is intended to be
used with this jack. A momentary (normally open) switch should be used. If the
jack is programmed for the bypass feature, each time the footswitch is activated,
(hot connected to ground) the SGX LT will be bypassed. The default setting for
the Remote Jack is Bypass Mode.
This jack may also be programmed to increment up through a user selected set of
presets. The maximum number of presets you may select for this function is one
hundred twenty-eight. Only one hundred twenty-eight presets can be accesed at one
time because that is the maximum amount of presets allowed for by the MIDI
standard.
Example four and five in Appendix B show how to program the REMOTE jack for
BYPASS or INCREMENT PRESET.
REMOTE JACK(CHANNEL SELECT)
The REMOTE jack switches the preamp between the clean and dirt channel. A
footswitch and any two conductor cable is intended to be used with this jack. A
momentary (normally open) switch should be used. Each time the footswitch is
activated, (hot connected to ground) the channel switches.
CONTROLS AND OPERATION
PREAMP CONTROLS/CLEAN CHANNEL
CLEAN GAIN
To adjust the input gain of the clean channel use the Clean Gain control. The
control range of input level is 0 to 11. When set at zero, no signal is allowed
to enter the preamp so you will have no output. At eleven, maximum signal is
achieved. Set this control so your Signal LED is lit while you're playing and the
Clip LED lights with sharp attacks. Be careful not to set this control to high
because you might clip the digital effects. Monitor the digital section by moving
the Mix slider fully to the right and listen to the output. After you have set
your input gain, set your Mix control.
CLEAN CONTOUR
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Use this control to set low and high end frequency contours. With the control set
left of 12 o'clock, low frequencies are boosted and higher frequencies are cut.
At 12 o'clock, the control is "flat", no boost or cut to anything. To the right
of 12 o'clock, high frequencies are boosted and low frequencies are cut.
Frequency range is from 130Hz to 1.3KHz low to high.
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PREAMP CONTROLS/DIRT CHANNEL
DIRT DRIVE
To adjust the input drive of the dirt channel use the Dirt Drive control. The
control range of input drive is 0 to 11. When set at zero, no signal is allowed
to enter the dirt circuits so you will have no output. A little bit above zero
will provide a warm overdrive sound. As you increase the control, distortion
drive increases. At eleven, maximum signal and crunch is achieved. Set this
control to get the right amount of overdrive or distortion in the dirt channel.
THRUST
Thrust is the bass frequency cut and boost filter control. A (+)12 dB boost in
gain and a (-)12dB cut in gain are the maximum ranges. At zero, (12 o'clock) the
filter is flat. the center frequency (the actual filter frequency) is 180 HZ.
MID VOICING
To control your midrange tone use the Mid Voicing control. A (+)12 dB boost in
gain and a (-)12dB cut in gain are the maximum ranges. At zero, (12 o'clock) the
filter is flat. the center frequency (the actual filter frequency) is 850Hz.
EDGE
High end frequencies are controlled with the Edge control. A (+)12 dB boost in
gain and a (-)12dB cut in gain are the maximum ranges. At zero, (12 o'clock) the
filter is flat. the center frequency (the actual filter frequency) is 4.00Khz.
DISTORTION LEVEL
The Distortion Level control sets the final level of the Dirt Channel. Set this
control so your Signal LED is lit while you're playing and the Clip LED lights
with sharp attacks. Be careful not to set this control to high because you might
clip the digital effects. Monitor the digital section by moving the Mix slider
fully to the right and listen to the output. After you have set your input gain,
set your Mix control.
TELLTALES
OVERDRIVE ACTIVE INDICATOR
When this LED is on, it indicates the Dirt channel is active.
SEVEN SEGMENT DISPLAY
The Seven Segment Display keeps you constantly informed of your Preset or MIDI
program number. Preset numbers are displayed from 01 to 99 and then, for presets
over 99 a letter and number. Refer to the preset list at rear of this manual for
preset "numbers". Bypass is indicated by two horizontal bars.
INPUT LEVEL INDICATORS
Front panel LED indicators show the status of the input signal level as it enters
the digital processor. The Signal LED indicates the presense of audio signal. If
the CLIP LED is lit, it indicates you are clipping the digital processor. For
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maximum dynamic range the Signal LED should be on most of the time with the CLIP
LED briefly flashing on transients only.
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CONTROL BUTTONS
CHANNEL SELECT/AUTO STORE
Press this button to manually switch between the clean and dirt channel. When you
change the preset's clean/dirt status with this button, the SGX LT remembers the
last state the preamp was in. So, if the Clean channel was active in the preset
when you first used it, and then you switched to the Dirt channel, the next time
you call up that preset, the Dirt channel will be active. We call this "Auto
Store" because the SGX LT remebers the last state of the preamp section.
PRESET ¿ À
The Preset UP and DOWN buttons (¿, À), shown as purple triangles facing up and
down on the front panel are used to select PRESETs. Holding either button in will
step you through all the Presetss at a moderate rate. You can step at a much
quicker rate by first pressing and holding in the button indicating the direction
you want to go, simultaneously press the other button. As long as both are
pressed the presets will increment by tens rather than one at a time.
BYPASS
Pressing the BYPASS button kills the effects signal in the mix. The display will
show [- -] in the preset window. Pressing BYPASS again returns the preset to
active status.
NOTE: If the mix control is fully right (effect only), there will be no audio
signal at the output.
Another way to bypass the unit is to program the REMOTE jack on the rear panel
for BYPASS mode and use any footswitch and guitar cable.
MIDI
Pressing the MIDI button allows you to change two things. One, the MIDI channel
the SGX LT receives information on and two, access to the MIDI Program Table.
You can set the SGX LT to receive MIDI information on one of 16 or all channels.
The default setting is to receive info on all 16 channels. This is known as Omni
Mode and is displayed as [Al.] in the Program Display window. To change the
channel, refer to the example in Appendix B.
Presets may be accessed at the front panel or remotely via MIDI. When the SGX LT
receives a MIDI PROGRAM number, it recalls a PRESET. If the SGX LT was in BYPASS,
it will become active. The PRESET recalled is determined by a table that equates
MIDI PROGRAM numbers to PRESET numbers. This table is called the MIDI PROGRAM
TABLE (MPT). SGX LT's are shipped from the factory so that the MIDI PROGRAM
numbers equal the PRESET numbers (MIDI program 0 = Preset 00). You can reassign
any Preset number to any MIDI Program number. When you first power up your SGX
LT, the first 128 presets are the default MIDI presets. You cannot access all the
presets in the SGX LT at one time with MIDI. It's not our fault, MIDI only allows
for a maximum number of 128 presets.
So, to access the presets above location 128, some simple programming of your SGX
LT is required. The ability to reassign Preset numbers makes it much more
practical when using MIDI in both simple and complex setups. To change the MPT,
read the next section and refer to the examples in Appendix B. We will refer to
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the MIDI PROGRAM number as the MIDI number. Any changes made to the MPT will be
retained during power down by battery backup.
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MPT EDIT MODE
The MPT may be edited from the front panel either alone or with a keyboard or
MIDI controller that sends MIDI program change numbers.
To enter MPT edit mode, momentarily press the MIDI and BYPASS buttons
simultaneously (Pressing MIDI first then BYPASS will have no effect on the
current BYPASS state, pressing BYPASS first toggles the current BYPASS state).
Press MIDI and BYPASS again to stop editing the MPT and return to normal front
panel operation.
When MPT edit mode is entered, the LEFT decimal point will be blinking indicating
that the display is showing a MIDI number. If BYPASS is then pressed, the RIGHT
decimal point will blink and the display will be showing a PRESET. If MIDI is
pressed the left decimal point will blink again indicating the return to the MIDI
number in the display. Use the UP/DOWN buttons to change the numbers in the
display. When a MIDI number message is received, the corresponding PRESET number
in the table will be recalled.
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║┌─┐ ┌─┐ ║ MIDI
║│ │ │ │ ║ NUMBER
║└─┘•└─┘ ║ ZERO
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║┌─┐ ┌─┐ ║ PRESET
║│ │ │ │ ║ NUMBER
║└─┘ └─┘•║ ZERO
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NOTES:
1) Multiple MIDI numbers may have the same PRESET number assigned to them.
2) When you pass [9.9] a letter and a number appear. [A.0] is equal to 100, [b.0]
is equal to 110, [C.0] is equal to 120. [C.7] is the last "number" and is equal
to 127.
MIX CONTROL
The MIX slider controls the amount of dry and proccessed signal mixed together.
When the control is fully towards the left (0%), only the dry signal is heard at
the output(s). As the slider is moved to the right, processed signal is mixed in.
At the center detent position a fifty/fifty mix is achieved. When the slider is
full right (100%), only processed signal is heard at the output(s).
MISCELLANEOUS
PRESETS
Up to three different effects may be found in each of the SGX LT's presets. The
presets reflect various combinations of effects as well as singular effects.
Presets are arranged in specific application groups to make it a little easier
for you to find the right sound. These include reverb, chorusing, flanging and
delay groups. Presets devoted to natural reverberation, cover a wide range from
extremely short 0.2 second to 23 second decays. Predelay, high frequency damping,
position, reverb density and reverb level are set for the most optimum sound in
each preset.
Within each section of reverb are a variety of related effects, not just bigger
or smaller versions of the same. Some of these effects would normally require
multiple pieces of equipment to create. A variety of algorithms each with its own
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unique characteristics are used to simulate a wide range of environments. Within
the other presets are Gated Reverb effects, Reverse Reverb effects, Gated effects
with regenerated delays, Flanging effects, Panning, Chorus effects, straight Echo
effects, Delay based effects such as chorusing and flanging are combined with
reverb and delay to create special effects reverb sounds. A list of all the
presets can be found in the back of this manual.
BATTERY BACKUP
When power is terminated to the SGX LT, the edited MPT is retained via battery
backed up memory. This as well as the last PRESET and the MIDI CHANNEL will be
active when the unit is next powered up. Memory retention is expected to last
four years. If you encounter memory loss, contact our customer service
department.
BYPASS PRESET
PRESET Y9 is a non-sound preset. It is used as a MIDI bypass preset. Use Y9 when
you don't want any effect to be in the signal chain for a particular keyboard
preset. The MIDI PROGRAM NUMBER assigned to Y9 is (127) or [C.7] as it appears in
the display.
SOFTWARE LEVEL
On power up, the SGX LT momentarily indicates its operating software level in the
display. The software controls the SGX LT's functions as well as its sounds.
USER REGISTRATION
Be sure to fill out the USER REGISTRATION CARD in this manual and send it in to
our Customer Service Department. This will ensure you of being notified of
information regarding the SGX LT. Please don't forget to write in your serial
number.
FACTORY RESET
Resetting the MPT
It is very unlikely you would want to reset the SGX LT's MPT. Normally you should
just re-edit the MPT for new values.
Should you wish to set all the values back to their initial state, power down the
unit. Hold in the Up/Down buttons (¿,À) and while holding them in, power up the
SGX LT.
Customer Service
You may contact ART's Customer Service Department between the hours of 9:00 AM
and 4:00 PM Eastern Time Monday through Friday. The Customer Service Department
will answer technical questions about ART products and provide information
concerning service.
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APPENDIX A
MISCELLANEOUS NOTES
The presets found in the SGX LT cover a wide range of diversified reverb sounds
and special effects. The following notes provide a starting point for you to use
these presets to add that special if not essential sound to your own individual
sound.
Though it is not mandatory it is
capabilities of the SGX LT. Many
heavily on stereo image or right
and realism found in today's and
strongly suggested you utilize the stereo
of the reverb patches and delay effects rely
left characteristics to achieve the brilliance
yesterday's sound!
The most important application of all is to EXPERIMENT! Remember, there are over
250 effect combinations at your fingertips. What may be used for normal desirable
effects can also be applied to create entirely new and different sounds. Your own
ideas and expressions may be realized with just a few pushes of a button. Go
ahead, have some FUN!
The reverb presets come in a variety of ways, shapes and sounds. Emphasis is
placed on different room types, image, position of the perceived sound and the
brightness or dullness of the sound.
The presets reflect a range of reverb effects with different combinations of
these characteristics. Don't be afraid to cycle through a number of presets with
the mix control fully wet so you can hear the actual image position or character
of the preset. Above all don't be afraid to experiment.
APPENDIX B
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1:
Editing the MPT with the SGX LT front panel controls.
In this example, we will edit the MPT so when MIDI numbers 0 and 1 are received,
presets 64 and A1 will be recalled. It is assumed the SGX LT's MPT has not been
edited.
Press and hold MIDI, then BYPASS buttons, release both.
The display will show [0.0] with the decimal point blinking indicating that you
are in MPT edit mode, this left decimal point means that the MIDI PROGRAM number
is in the display.
*-Press and release
recalls PRESET 0.
*-Press and hold UP
recall PRESET 64.
*-Press and release
*-Press and release
*-Press and release
recalls PRESET 2.
*-Press and hold UP
recall PRESET A1.
BYPASS. The display shows [00.] indicating that MIDI number 0
until [64.] appears in the display. Now MIDI number 0 will
MIDI. The display shows [0.0]
UP. The display shows [0.1]
BYPASS. The display shows [01.] indicating that MIDI number 1
until [A1.] appears in the display. Now MIDI number 1 will
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*-Press MIDI and BYPASS to exit MPT edit mode. The display shows [A1] indicating
the last PRESET referenced is the
current PRESET selected.
During the above example, anytime a MIDI number is changed or PRESET number is
changed, the SGX LT recalls the corresponding PRESET. This allows you to listen
to the PRESETs while the MPT is edited.
EXAMPLE 2:
Editing the MPT with a keyboard or external controller.
When used with a keyboard or other device such as the ART X-11 or X-15 ULTAFOOT
capable of sending MIDI PROGRAM CHANGE messages, MPT editing is simplified. We
will edit the MPT so when MIDI numbers 2 and 3, are received, presets 55 and Y4
will be recalled. It is assumed that the SGX LT has not had its MPT edited.
The keyboard or MIDI controller MIDI OUT must be connected to the SGX LT MIDI IN
jack. The MIDI on the SGX LT must be set to the same channel the keyboard will be
sending messages on, or the SGX LT MIDI must be set to [AL.] for OMNI mode.
Press and hold MIDI, then press BYPASS. The display will show [0.0] with the
decimal point blinking indicating that you are in MPT edit mode, this left
decimal point means that the MIDI PROGRAM number being displayed.
Select a patch on the keyboard so [0.2] appears in the display. This may not be
sound 2 or patch 2 on the keyboard. Different companies number their presets in a
variety of ways. The patch causing [0.2] to appear in the display is usually the
first or second patch of the lowest numbered bank if the keyboard or controller
has banks of patches.
*-Press and release BYPASS. The display shows [02.] to indicating MIDI number 2
recalls PRESET 2.
*-Press and hold UP until [55.] appears in the display. Now MIDI number 2 will
recall PRESET 55.
-To program the rest of the entries, you do not need to switch back to the MIDI
number. You can let the unit remain showing the PRESET number. (When you select
your keyboard or foot controller preset, you automatically recall the existing
SGX LT preset.)
*-Select the next patch on the keyboard. The display will show [03.] to indicate
that it recalls PRESET 4.
*-Press and hold the UP button until [Y4.] appears in the display. Now the last
patch number activated will recall PRESET Y4.
By using this method of editing, you select the desired patch on the keyboard or
controller, and then select the desired PRESET on the SGX LT for that sound. You
can do this while you are listening to the SGX LT. Exit MPT mode as in the
previous example.
In the previous examples four of the MPT entries were edited, however, you may
edit the entire MPT if desired. If you do not have access to a MIDI controller
and you wish to change between PRESETs easily, you may want to edit the MPT for
incrementing through a sequence of PRESETs. Example three illustrates how this is
done.
EXAMPLE 3
Setting up a preset sequence including the BYPASS (Y9) preset.
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If you need to change between presets quickly without scanning, this procedure
will be to your advantage. As in the other examples, editing the MPT is the key.
In this example we will edit the MPT to sequence through ten PRESETS. These
PRESETS are in the order: 26,J4,F2,69,E2,U2,69,Y9,82,26. Notice that we repeated
some presets and included the BYPASS preset (Y1). Remember, you can assign any
preset to a MIDI number including using a preset at multiple locations. Using the
BYPASS preset enables you to select no effect without having to bypass the unit
from the front panel and then continuing on with an effect preset next in the
chain.
*-Enter the MPT edit mode.
*-With the left decimal point blinking, use the up/down buttons to get a display
of [1.0].
*-Press the BYPASS button, the decimal point now blinks on the right side.
*-Use the up button to select PRESET 26. The display will be [26.].
*-Press the MIDI button and set the display for [1.1].
*-Press the BYPASS button and set the display for [J4.].
*-Continue this way until all the PRESETs are entered the last being 26.
*-DO NOT LEAVE THE MPT EDIT MODE
*-Press the MIDI button and go to [1.0]. As you increment up, you will recall the
sequence of presets just entered.
This way of arranging presets is helpful when you have presets you need to get to
quickly. Instead of scanning up and down through multitudes of presets, you need
only scan through the ones you use the most. Make a table of the MIDI number and
assigned Preset for quick reference since you can only view the MIDI program
number.
NOTE: Start your sequence at MIDI program number ten or twenty. This will leave
you room for programming presets for the Increment Preset feature.
EXAMPLE 4
Changing the MIDI channel
To select a specific MIDI channel, press the MIDI button and use the up/down
buttons to select the desired channel. The right decimal point will be on
whenever the display is showing MIDI. The channel number is held in memory when
the unit is turned off.
INCREMENT PRESET
Increment Preset Mode (IP) allows you to program the REMOTE jack on the rear
panel so that you may use a footswitch to increment through a desired set of
presets.
Example four describes how to set IP to sequence through five presets. A maximum
of one hundred twenty-eight presets may be sequenced. You must always start at
MIDI Program number one when using IP for sequencing.
Example five shows how to program the REMOTE jack for normal bypass operation.
IP is accessed through the MIDI Program Table. To enter the MPT edit mode, press
and hold the MIDI, then BYPASS buttons, release both. The display will show some
number with the left decimal point blinking. Increment up (use the RAPID ACCESS
mode!) until the display reads [l.P]. This indicates Increment Preset. You are
now ready to program. Press the BYPASS button, the decimal point is now blinking
15
on the right. Set this number for the last entry number desired. In this example
we'll set the number to [04.] for the sequence of FIVE presets desired. If you
set the number to [00.], you will have programmed the jack for use as a bypass
jack. Now press the MIDI button and increment down to the desired MIDI Program
Number.
Note, when you pass [9.9] a letter and a number appear. [A.0] is equal to 100,
[b.0] is equal to 110, [C.0] is equal to 120. [C.7] is the last "number" and is
equal to 127. Press the BYPASS button and set the display for the desired PRESET
number.
Program the sequence to be 64, A1, 55, Y4 and H1. If you have gone through
Example 1, the first four presets have been set all ready. All you need to do is
add the fifth preset.
After programming is completed press and hold the MIDI button then the BYPASS
button to exit. Now, each time the footswitch is activated, you will change
presets in the selected sequence. The sequence of presets will wrap-around to the
beginning, at the end of the sequence.
EXAMPLE 5
Setting up five presets for Increment Preset Mode. Use preset numbers 64, A1, 55,
44 and H1.
*-Enter the MPT edit mode
*-With the left decimal point blinking, increment up (use RAPID ACCESS mode)
until the display reads [l.P].
*-Press the BYPASS button
*-Adjust the display to read [04.].
*-Press the MIDI button
*-Increment down (use HYPERSPEED) until the display reads [0.0].
*-Press the BYPASS button and set the display to read [64.].
*-Press the MIDI button and set the display for [0.1].
*-Press the BYPASS button and set the display to read [A1.].
*-Continue this until you reach and program [0.4] to be [H1.].
*-Exit MPT edit mode
You have just programed the SGX LT to sequence through five PRESETS when the
REMOTE jack is activated.
EXAMPLE 6
Programming the REMOTE jack for the BYPASS function.
*-Enter MPT edit mode.
*-Increment up until the display reads [l.P].
*-Press the BYPASS button.
*-Set the display to read [00.].
*-Exit MPT edit mode.
The FOOTSWITCH jack can now be used as an external BYPASS jack.
ART SGX LT SPECIFICATIONS
Presets..................................................... 250
Dynamic Range .....................................>85dB Typical
Equivalent Input Noise...................................-107dBv
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Operating Level.......................................0BV max
Input Impedance...........................................47K ohm
Output Impedance..........................................1.5K ohm
Mechanical..................1.75"H X 19"W X 10"D, all steel case
Power Requirements.........105-125 Volts AC, 60Hz, Internal Fuse
140ma @ 117VAC, 16.4W
(Export unit configured for destination country.)
MIDI Receive Channel.......................1-16, OMNI (all), Off
MIDI Programs....................May be assigned to any Preset #
Connections................Stereo In/Out 1/4" phone, MIDI IN
ART retains a policy of constant product improvement. Specifications are subject
to change without notice.
Designed and manufactured in the United States of America.
Applied Research & Technology, Inc.
215 Tremont Street
Rochester, New York 14608
(716) 436-2720
(716) 436-3942 (FAX)
APPENDIX C
MIDI Implementation Chart
ART SGX LT model 422
Date: February 1992
20 BIT MULTIPLE EFFECTS PROCESSOR. Version: 1.00
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|
Function
| Transmitted | Recognized |
Remarks
|
|--------------------|-------------|-------------|-------------------|
| Basic
Default | X
| 1-16
| note 1
|
| Channel
Channel | X
| 1-16
|
|
|--------------------|-------------|-------------|-------------------|
|
Default | X
| Mode 1
| note 1
|
| Mode
Messages | X
| X
|
|
|
Altered | X
| X
|
|
|--------------------|-------------|-------------|-------------------|
| Note
| X
| X
|
|
| Number True Voice | X
| X
|
|
|--------------------|-------------|-------------|-------------------|
| Velocity Note ON | X
| X
|
|
|
Note OFF | X
| X
|
|
|--------------------|-------------|-------------|-------------------|
| After
Key's
| X
| X
|
|
| Touch
Ch's
| X
| X
|
|
|--------------------|-------------|-------------|-------------------|
| Pitch Bender
| X
| X
|
|
|--------------------|-------------|-------------|-------------------|
|
| X
| X
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| Control
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| Change
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|--------------------|-------------|-------------|-------------------|
| Prog
| X
| 0-127
|assignable to any |
| Change
True # | X
|
|preset
|
|--------------------|-------------|-------------|-------------------|
| System Exclusive
| X
| O
|See: manual
|
|--------------------|-------------|-------------|-------------------|
| System
:Song Pos | X
| X
|
|
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|
:Song Sel | X
| X
|
|
| Common
:tune
| X
| X
|
|
|--------------------|-------------|-------------|-------------------|
| System
:Clock
| X
| X
|
|
| Real Time:Commands | X
| X
|
|
|--------------------|-------------|-------------|-------------------|
| Aux :Local ON/OFF | X
| X
|
|
| Mes- :All Notes Off| X
| X
|
|
| sages:Active Sense | X
| X
|
|
|
:Reset
| X
| X
|
|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
Notes
1: Factory default is channel 1, OMNI ON. Current setting is
maintained in non-volatile RAM and does not change when the
MUSGX LTIVERB SGX LT is powered on.
Mode 1: OMNI ON, POLY
Mode 2: OMNI ON, MONO
O: Yes
Mode 3: OMNI OFF, POLY
Mode 3: OMNI OFF, MONO
X: No
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APPENDIX D
HOOKUP DIAGRAMS
1) INSTRUMENT, MONO SYSTEM (MIX = 40%)
Instrument In, to Mono Line Out to Amp or Headphones
SGX LT
┌───────────┐
┌───────────┐
┌───────────┐
│INSTRUMENT ├──¾───┤I IN L OUT├─¾───┤ COMBO AMP │
└───────────┘
│
│
└───────────┘
│
H OUT├──┐ ┌─────────────┐
│
│ └¾─┤ HEADPHONES │
│
MIX
│
└─────────────┘
│----█------│
└───────────┘
2) INSTRUMENT, STEREO IMAGE SYSTEM (MIX = 40%)
Instrument In, to Stereo Line Out to Two Amps
SGX LT
┌───────────┐
┌───────────┐
┌───────────┐
│INSTRUMENT ├──¾───┤I IN L OUT├─¾───┤ COMBO AMP │
└───────────┘
│
│
└───────────┘
│
R OUT├─┐
┌───────────┐
│
│ └─¾─┤ COMBO AMP │
│
MIX
│
└───────────┘
│----█------│
└───────────┘
3) INSTRUMENT, EFFECT LOOP of PREAMP/MIXER (MIX = 100%)
Instrument into Preamp (SGX 2000) or Mixer
┌─────────────────────────────┐
┌───────────┐
│
PREAMP (SGX)/ MIXER
│
┌───────────┐
│ INSTRUMENT├─¾──┤ IN
OUT├─¾──┤ AMPLIFIER │
└───────────┘
│
│
└───────────┘
│ EFFECT
EFFECT │
│ SEND
RETURN │
└─────┬─────────────────┬──┬──┘
À
│ │
│ ┌───────────┐ ¿ ¿
└──┤L IN L OUT├──┘ │
│
│
│
│
R OUT├─────┘
│
│
│
MIX
│
│----------█│
└───────────┘
SGX LT
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APPENDIX E
USING THE SGX LT WITH AN X-11 Foot Controller or X-15 ULTRAFOOT
Using the ART X-11 with the SGX LT is very simple. Connect a MIDI cable from the
MIDI out of the X-11 to the MIDI in of the SGX LT. Select a preset on the X-11,
the corrosponding preset on the SGX LT will initially be one less than the X-11
(Preset 1 on the X-11 recalls preset 00 on the SGX LT). Reprogram the SGX LT as
described in Appendix B or Example 2 reprinted below for your own sequence of
presets.
You do not need to reprogram the X-15 ULTRAFOOT for use with the SGX LT. All
programming and setup is done with the SGX LT. Only preset recall may be done
with the X-15 and the SGX LT. The Expression pedals have no effect on the preset
effect parameters. You may use the X-15's Bypass Jack and a guitar cable hooked
up to the Remote jack of the SGX LT to bypass the SGX LT. Connect a MIDI cable
from the MIDI out of the X-11 to the MIDI in of the SGX LT. Select a preset on
the X-15, the corrosponding preset on the SGX LT will initially be one less than
the X-15 (Preset 1 on the X-15 recalls preset 00 on the SGX LT). Reprogram the
SGX LT as described in Appendix B or Example 2 reprinted below for your own
sequence of presets.
EXAMPLE 2:
Editing the MPT with a keyboard or external controller.
When used with a keyboard or other device such as the ART X-11 or X-15 ULTAFOOT
capable of sending MIDI PROGRAM CHANGE messages, MPT editing is simplified. We
will edit the MPT so when MIDI numbers 2 and 3, are received, presets 55 and Y4
will be recalled. It is assumed that the SGX LT has not had its MPT edited.
The keyboard or MIDI controller MIDI OUT must be connected to the SGX LT MIDI IN
jack. The MIDI on the SGX LT must be set to the same channel the keyboard will be
sending messages on, or the SGX LT MIDI must be set to [AL.] for OMNI mode.
Press and hold MIDI, then press BYPASS. The display will show [0.0] with the
decimal point blinking indicating that you are in MPT edit mode, this left
decimal point means that the MIDI PROGRAM number being displayed.
Select a patch on the keyboard so [0.2] appears in the display. This may not be
sound 2 or patch 2 on the keyboard. Different companies number their presets in a
variety of ways. The patch causing [0.2] to appear in the display is usually the
first or second patch of the lowest numbered bank if the keyboard or controller
has banks of patches.
*-Press and release BYPASS. The display shows [02.] to indicating MIDI number 2
recalls PRESET 2.
*-Press and hold UP until [55.] appears in the display. Now MIDI number 2 will
recall PRESET 55.
-To program the rest of the entries, you do not need to switch back to the MIDI
number. You can let the unit remain showing the PRESET number. (When you select
your keyboard or foot controller preset, you automatically recall the existing
SGX LT preset.)
*-Select the next patch on the keyboard. The display will show [03.] to indicate
that it recalls PRESET 4.
*-Press and hold the UP button until [Y4.] appears in the display. Now the last
patch number activated will recall PRESET Y4.
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WARRANTY & SERVICE INFORMATION
LIMITED WARRANTY
Warranty service for this unit will be provided by Applied Research & Technology,
Inc. in accordance with the following warrant statement.
Applied Research & Technology, Inc. warrants to the original purchaser that this
product and the components thereof, will be free from defects in workmanship and
materials for a period of one year from the date of purchase. Applied Research &
Technology, Inc. (ART) will, without charge, repair or replace, at its option,
defective product or component parts upon prepaid delivery to the factory service
department or authorized service center, accompanied by proof of purchase date in
the form of a valid sales receipt.
EXCLUSIONS: This warranty does not apply in the event of misuse or abuse of the
product or as a result of unauthorized alterations or repairs. This warranty is
void if the serial number is altered, defaced, or removed.
ART reserves the right to make changes in design or make additions to or
improvements upon this product without any obligation to install the same on
products previously manufactured.
ART shall not be liable for any consequential damages, including without
limitation damages resulting from loss of use. Some states do not allow
limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or
exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific rights and you
may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
For units purchased outside The United States, service will be provided by an
authorized distributor of Applied Research & Technology, Inc.
SERVICE
The following information is provided for the unlikely event your unit requires
service.
1) Be sure the unit is the cause of the problem. Check to make sure the unit has
power supplied, all cables are connected correctly and the cables themselves are
in working condition.
2) If you find the unit to be at fault, write down a description of the problem
including how and when the problem occurs.
3) Call the factory for a Return Authorization (RA) number.
4) Pack the unit in it's original carton or a reasonable substitute. The packing
box is not recommended for a shipping carton. Put the packaged unit in another
box for shipping. Print the RA number clearly under the address.
5) Include with your unit: a return shipping address (We cannot ship to a P.O.
Box), a copy of your purchase receipt, a daytime phone number, and the
description of the problem.
6) Ship the unit to:
APPLIED RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY, INC.
215 TREMONT STREET
ROCHESTER, NY 14608
ATTN: REPAIR DEPARTMENT
RA # ___________________
7) Contact our customer service department at (716) 436-2720 for your Return
Authorization number or questions regarding repairs. Customer Service hours are
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Eastern Time, Monday through Friday.
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SGX LT PRESET LIST
TOP THIRTY PROGRAMS
PROGRAM
PRESET
NUMBER
NUMBER
00 (00)
D
01 (01)
D
02 (02)
D
03 (03)
D
04 (04)
D
05 (05)
D
06 (06)
07 (07)
D
08 (08)
D
09 (09)
10 (10)
D
11 (11)
D
12 (12)
D
13 (13)
14 (14)
D
15 (15)
16 (16)
17 (17)
18 (18)
19 (19)
D
20 (20)
D
21 (21)
22 (22)
D
23 (23)
D
24 (24)
D
25 (25)
26 (26)
27 (27)
28 (28)
D
29 (29)
D
REVERB GROUP
PROGRAM
NUMBER
30 (30)
31 (31)
32 (32)
33 (33)
34 (34)
35 (35)
36 (36)
37 (37)
38 (38)
39 (39)
40 (40)
41 (41)
42 (42)
43 (43)
44 (44)
45 (45)
46 (46)
47 (47)
48 (48)
49 (49)
50 (50)
51 (51)
52 (52)
53 (53)
54 (54)
55 (55)
56 (56)
57 (57)
58 (58)
59 (59)
60 (60)
REVERB GROUP
PROGRAM
NUMBER
61 (61)
62 (62)
63 (63)
64 (64)
65 (65)
66 (66)
67 (67)
68 (68)
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DISTORTION
DESCRIPTION
ENABLE
OF PRESET
regen delay 300ms & 600ms 9 repeats
slow flange with reverb
regen delay 250ms & 500 ms 7 repeats
close room, short decay
fast flange with reverb
moderate flange with reverb
fast ping-pong delay
fast chorus with reverb
inverted flanger with regen
short reverb room
reverse reverb
fast flange, short reverb
really big reverb space!
moderate flange with short reverb
medium flat gate
bright open room
small hall
well-rugged walls
doubler
predelayed flanger
mono flanger (inverted)
short two-tap delay with regen
bottom flanger with regen
thick slow chorus
clean slow chorus
long slow special flanger
medium chorus with reverb
flanger with low regen
lead guitar echo
full flanger
PROGRAMS
PRESET
DISTORTION
NUMBER
ENABLE
D
.2 sec
.3
D
.3
.5
.5
.6
D
.6
.7
.8
D
.8
D
.9
D
1.0
D
1.0
D
1.2
1.2
1.1
D
1.3
1.4
D
1.5
1.5
1.7
D
1.8
1.8
2.0
D
2.1
2.1
2.2
D
2.3
2.3
2.4
D
2.5
PROGRAMS con't
PRESET
DISTORTION
NUMBER
ENABLE
D
2.6
2.6
D
2.7
2.8
2.9
3.0
D
3.0
3.1
DECAY
TIME
DECAY
TIME
2
5
3
3
1
4
3
4
3
1
3
7
1
4
1
2
1
9
0
3
4
2
0
2
2
4
3
2
4
6
4
DAMPING PREDELAY
(%)
(ms)
9
13
0
0
10
15
11
0
17
27
27
19
11
0
21
0
11
15
0
0
15
0
0
0
27
0
0
0
0
0
17
2
6
2
5
6
2
3
1
DAMPING PREDELAY
(%)
(ms)
0
0
0
0
0
27
0
0
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
(69)
(70)
(71)
(72)
(73)
(74)
(75)
(76)
(77)
(78)
(79)
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
3.3
3.7
4.0
5.0
6.4
7.4
9.0
9.4
13.0
18.0
23.0
4
5
5
3
5
4
3
9
6
5
5
CHORUS and FLANGE with REVERB PROGRAMS
PROGRAM
PRESET
DISTORTION
DESCRIPTION
NUMBER
NUMBER
ENABLE
80 (80)
medium chorus
81 (81)
D
82 (82)
83 (83)
D
84 (84)
85 (85)
medium FAST chorus
86 (86)
D
87 (87)
88 (88)
D
89 (89)
90 (90)
tremelo chorus
0.6
91 (91)
92 (92)
D
93 (93)
D
94 (94)
95 (95)
WIDE tremelo chorus
96 (96)
D
97 (97)
98 (98)
D
99 (99)
100 (A0)
WIDE chorus
101 (A1)
D
102 (A2)
103 (A3)
104 (A4)
D
105 (A5)
delayed chorus and reverb 1.0
106 (A6)
D
107 (A7)
D
108 (A8)
109 (A9)
110 (B0)
reverb + flange, fast
111 (B1)
D
112 (B2)
D
113 (B3)
114 (B4)
D
115 (B5)
reverb + flange, medium fast
116 (B6)
D
117 (B7)
118 (B8)
D
119 (B9)
120 (C0)
D
reverb + flange, medium
121 (C1)
122 (C2)
D
CHORUS and FLANGE with REVERB PROGRAMS con't
PROGRAM
PRESET
DISTORTION
DESCRIPTION
NUMBER
NUMBER
ENABLE
123 (C3)
124 (C4)
D
125 (C5)
reverb + flange, medium slow
126 (C6)
D
127 (C7)
128 (C8)
D
129 (C9)
130 (D0)
reverb + flange, slow
131 (D1)
D
132 (D2)
133 (D3)
134 (D4)
D
GATED REVERB
PROGRAM
NUMBER
135 (D5)
136 (D6)
137 (D7)
138 (D8)
PROGRAMS
PRESET
DISTORTION
DESCRIPTION
NUMBER
ENABLE
D
sloped decay
D
-
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
17
21
0.6 sec
1.0
1.5
2.5
3.5
0.6
1.0
1.5
2.5
3.5
DECAY
TIME
NOTES
1.0
1.5
2.5
3.5
0.6
1.0
1.5
2.5
3.5
0.6
1.0
1.5
2.5
3.5
med speed
1.5 med speed
1.0 fast, narrow
2.5 fast, narrow
2.5 slow, wide
0.6
1.0
1.5
2.5
3.5
0.6
1.0
1.5
2.5
3.5
0.6
1.0
1.5
2.5
3.5
0.6
1.0
1.5
2.5
3.5
0.6
1.0
1.5
2.5
3.5
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
DECAY
TIME
NOTES
DECAY
TIME
NOTES
hf decay varies
23
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
(D9)
(E0)
(E1)
(E2)
(E3)
(E4)
(E5)
(E6)
(E7)
(E8)
(E9)
(F0)
(F1)
(F2)
(F3)
(F4)
(F5)
(F6)
(F7)
(F8)
(F9)
(G0)
(G1)
(G2)
(G3)
(G4)
(G5)
(G6)
(G7)
(G8)
(G9)
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
-
flat decay
reverse decay
reverse (w/SLAP) 0.1
slope w/regen ddl
flat w/regen ddl
reverse w/regen ddl
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.2
0.3
0.4
hf decay varies
hf decay varies
hf decay varies
CHORUS and FLANGE PROGRAMS
PROGRAM
PRESET
DISTORTION
DESCRIPTION
NUMBER
NUMBER
ENABLE
170 (H0)
D
inverted mono flange
171 (H1)
inverted mono flange no distortion
172 (H2)
D
longer width flanger
173 (H3)
mono flange with regen
174 (H4)
D
medium speed flanger
175 (H5)
D
slow speed flanger
176 (H6)
long, slow, flange with some regen
177 (H7)
D
same as H6 with distortion
178 (H8)
medium speed
179 (H9)
D
stereo flanger slow
180 (J0)
stereo flanger slow
CHORUS and FLANGE PROGRAMS con't
PROGRAM
PRESET
DISTORTION
DESCRIPTION
NUMBER
NUMBER
ENABLE
181 (J1)
medium speed
182 (J2)
fat flanger medium speed
183 (J3)
D
medium speed
184 (J4)
slow speed wider width
185 (J5)
D
stereo, wide width, slow sweep
186 (J6)
short base, wide sweep chorus
187 (J7)
D
short base, wide sweep with distortion
188 (J8)
D
stereo, wide sweep chorus
189 (J9)
D
stereo, faster sweep
190 (L0)
long base, wide sweep
191 (L1)
long base medium speed
192 (L2)
lush thick chorus
193 (L3)
D
lush thick distorted chorus
TAPPED DELAY
PROGRAM
NUMBER
194 (L4)
195 (L5)
196 (L6)
197 (L7)
198 (L8)
199 (L9)
200 (n0)
201 (n1)
202 (n2)
GROUP
PRESET
NUMBER
D
D
D
D
D
IMAGE PROGRAMS
PROGRAM
PRESET
NUMBER
NUMBER
203 (n3)
204 (n4)
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24
DISTORTION
ENABLE
3 tap delay,
3 tap delay,
3 tap delay,
2 tap delay,
2 tap delay,
2 tap delay,
2 tap delay,
2 tap delay,
2 tap delay,
DESCRIPTION
80ms, 70ms, 90ms, short regen, damped
100ms, 90ms, 110ms, short regen, damped
160ms, 140ms, 180ms, medium regen, damped
160ms, 80ms, short regen
240ms, 120ms, short regen
300ms, 150ms, medium regen
400ms, 200ms, long regen
500ms, 250ms, long regen (ping pong)
600ms, 300ms, long regen (ping pong)
DISTORTION
DESCRIPTION
ENABLE
This one is neutral and sums to mono well.
Wide left and right
205
206
207
208
209
210
(n5)
(n6)
(n7)
(n8)
(n9)
(o0)
D
D
D
Stereo spread
Center
Left/right
Wide left/right after-image
Split left to right
Bounce split after-image
SLAPBACK DELAY PROGRAMS
PROGRAM
PRESET
DISTORTION
DELAY TIME
NUMBER
NUMBER
ENABLE
LEFT/RIGHT
211 (o1)
20ms, 30ms
212 (o2)
40ms, 30ms
213 (o3)
D
40ms, 50ms
214 (o4)
D
70ms, 60ms
215 (o5)
80ms, 100ms
216 (o6)
D
120ms, 100ms
217 (o7)
D
120ms, 140ms
218 (o8)
160ms, 140ms
219 (o9)
D
160ms, 180ms
220 (P0)
220ms, 200ms
REVERB WITH LONG PREDELAY GROUP PROGRAMS
PROGRAM
PRESET
DISTORTION
DECAY
NUMBER
NUMBER
ENABLE
TIME
221 (P1)
2.0 sec 75ms
222 (P2)
D
1.6
223 (P3)
1.6
224 (P4)
D
1.7
PREDELAY
(ms)
96
150
75
25
PREDELAYED FLANGE GROUP PROGRAMS
PROGRAM
PRESET
DISTORTION
DESCRIPTION
NUMBER
NUMBER
ENABLE
225 (P5)
D
short, moderate sweep
226 (P6)
D
medium, moderate sweep
227 (P7)
D
long, moderate sweep
THICK CHORUS
PROGRAM
NUMBER
228 (P8)
229 (P9)
GROUP PROGRAMS
PRESET
DISTORTION
NUMBER
ENABLE
Thick
Thickerer!
ECHO GROUP PROGRAMS
PROGRAM
PRESET
NUMBER
NUMBER
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
(U0)
(U1)
(U2)
(U3)
(U4)
(U5)
(U6)
(U7)
(U8)
(U9)
(Y0)
(Y1)
(Y2)
(Y3)
(Y4)
(Y5)
(Y6)
(Y7)
(Y8)
-
BYPASS PROGRAM
PROGRAM
PRESET
NUMBER
NUMBER
249 (Y9)
-
26
DISTORTION
ENABLE
DESCRIPTION
DELAY TIME
(left/right)
20ms, 60ms
60ms, 140ms
120ms, 220ms
170ms, 320ms
100ms
200ms
200ms
400ms
400ms
600ms
600ms
DISTORTION
ENABLE
BYPASS
mono
mono
mono
mono
mono
mono
mono
0%
0%
DESCRIPTION
REGEN
(%)
50%
25%
0%
50%
25%
0%
50%
25%
50%
25%
50%
50%
50%
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