RMX-1000 Remix Box Instruction Manual

RMX-1000 Remix Box Instruction Manual
Editing Software for RMX-1000
remixbox
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Operating Instructions
Contents
How to read this manual
The names of displays, menus, and buttons in this manual are enclosed
in brackets. (e.g. [MASTER] channel, [ON/OFF], [File] menu)
Before start
Loading the customized parameter data onto the RMX-1000................. 3
Loading the customized parameter data onto an SD memory card...... 3
Part names and functions
Loading customized parameter data onto the RMX-1000 (Sync)........... 5
Importing customized parameter data
loaded in the RMX-1000 (Update Setting)................................................. 5
Exporting the customized parameter data and
sampled sound sources to an SD memory card (Export)........................ 5
Importing customized parameter data and
sampled sound sources from an SD memory card (Import)................... 6
Managing the customized parameter data and
sampled sound source................................................................................ 6
Editing Effects
SCENE FX section........................................................................................ 7
ISOLATE FX section..................................................................................... 8
X-PAD FX section......................................................................................... 9
RELEASE FX section.................................................................................. 10
SAMPLER editing...................................................................................... 11
Effect parameter adjustment ranges
SCENE FX................................................................................................... 12
ISOLATE FX................................................................................................. 13
X-PAD FX.................................................................................................... 14
RELEASE FX............................................................................................... 14
Others
Menu list..................................................................................................... 15
About trademarks and registered trademarks....................................... 15
Cautions on copyrights............................................................................. 15
Using the support site............................................................................... 16
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remixbox is an editing software for changing the various parameters of effects on the RMX-1000 and creating your own customized parameter data. A
computer is used to create the customized parameter data.
remixbox can also be used to store sampled sound sources to be loaded in the [X-PAD FX] buttons onto SD memory cards.
! When connecting the RMX-1000 and the computer, do so directly using the included USB cable. Do not use a USB hub.
Before start
Before start
Loading the customized parameter data onto the RMX-1000
The customized parameter data created with remixbox can be loaded onto the RMX-1000.
To load the customized parameter data, connect the computer and RMX-1000 directly using the USB cable.
The RMX-1000 on which the customized parameter data is loaded can be taken to a club and used for more personal DJ performances with your preferred settings.
The customized parameter data loaded on the RMX-1000 can also be imported to remixbox.
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Loading the customized parameter data onto an SD memory card
The customized parameter data created with remixbox can be loaded onto an SD memory card.
The SD memory card on which the customized parameter data is loaded can be taken to a club where an RMX-1000 is installed so you can load your
preferred settings onto the club’s RMX-1000 whenever you want.
The customized parameter data loaded on the SD memory card can also be imported to remixbox.
The sampled sound sources to be loaded into the [X-PAD FX] buttons can also be stored on the SD memory card.
Home
SD memory card inserted in the RMX-1000 connected
directly to the computer with the included USB cable.
Club / Studio
remixbox
remixbox
SD memory card inserted
into computer.
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Part names and functions
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1Menu items
The menus are displayed here.
2Sync button
This is used to load customized parameter data set with remixbox
onto the RMX-1000.
! The [Sync] button can only be used when the computer and
RMX-1000 are connected by USB cable.
! Sampled sound sources are not loaded.
3Import button
This is used to import the customized parameter data and sampled
sound sources exported onto an SD memory card with the [Export]
button.
Customized parameter data and sampled sound sources can also be
imported into remixbox from an SD memory card inserted into the
computer or RMX-1000.
4Export button
This is used to export the customized parameter data and sampled
sound sources to an SD memory card inserted into the computer or
RMX-1000.
! SD memory cards include a lock mechanism. Be sure to unlock it
when using the SD memory card.
5Load button
This is used to open RSD files saved using the [Save] button and
load the customized parameter data.
If there is a sampled sound source folder in the same location as
where the RSD file is stored, the sampled sound sources are also
loaded.
! RSD is a file format exclusive to remixbox.
! RSD files include the customized parameter data and information on the file paths to the sampled sound sources’ WAV files
and on the playback start and end positions.
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6Save button
This is used to store the data in an RSD file in a specified location.
When sampled sound sources are assigned to the sampler slots, the
sampled sound sources are saved simultaneously.
7Effect Browser button
This is used to switch the display of the effect browser on and off.
With the effect browser, the effect parameter editing screen for a
settable effect item can be opened instantaneously by clicking on
the item.
8Settings button
This is used to open the remixbox preference settings screen.
The preferences set when remixbox is launched can be changed
here.
9Line browser
The level currently being edited is displayed here.
aEffect select area
When the mouse cursor is over the effect whose parameters you
want to edit, that effect section pops out.
When clicked, the effect section is selected and the parameter settings screen appears.
The current parameter values are displayed on the parameter settings screen.
! SCENE FX section (page 7)
! ISOLATE FX section (page 8)
! X-PAD FX section (page 9)
! RELEASE FX section (page 10)
Loading customized parameter data
onto the RMX-1000 (Sync)
1 Connect the RMX-1000 and computer by USB cable,
then launch remixbox.
! The [Sync] button cannot be used unless the RMX-1000 and computer are connected by USB cable.
2 Create the customized parameter data on remixbox.
3 Click the [Sync] button.
Use this procedure to export the customized parameter data and sampled sound sources created with remixbox to an SD memory card.
1 Insert the SD memory card into the RMX-1000
connected to the computer by USB cable.
! If the computer is equipped with an SD memory card slot, it is
also possible to perform this procedure with the SD memory card
inserted into this slot.
2 Create the customized parameter data and sampled
sound sources on remixbox.
Part names and functions
Use this procedure to load customized parameter data created with
remixbox onto the RMX-1000.
Exporting the customized
parameter data and sampled sound
sources to an SD memory card
(Export)
3 Click the [Export] button.
The customized parameter data is loaded onto the RMX-1000.
After loading, [Syc] appears on the RMX-1000’s BPM display section.
The loaded customized parameter data can be checked when the RMX1000’s [SETTING] selector switch is set to the [USER] side.
Importing customized parameter
data loaded in the RMX-1000
(Update Setting)
Use this procedure to import the customized parameter data loaded in
the RMX-1000 to remixbox.
1 Connect the RMX-1000 and computer by USB cable,
then launch remixbox.
The [Export] window opens.
4 Select the type of data to be exported to the SD
memory card.
5 Select the drive to which the SD memory card is
connected.
6 Click the [OK] button.
The customized parameter data loaded on the SD memory card can be
checked when the SD memory card is inserted in the RMX-1000 and the
RMX-1000’s [SETTING] selector switch is set to the [USER] side.
! The sampled sound sources can be used whether the [SETTING]
selector switch is set to the [DEFAULT] or [USER] side.
2 From remixbox’s menu items, click [Edit]>[Update
Setting].
The customized parameter data loaded in the RMX-1000 is imported to
remixbox.
! When the RMX-1000 is shipped from the factory, the same parameters are loaded for the [DEFAULT] and [USER] modes.
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Importing customized parameter
data and sampled sound sources
from an SD memory card (Import)
Managing the customized
parameter data and sampled sound
source
Use this procedure to import the customized parameter data and sampled sound sources loaded on an SD memory card to remixbox.
This procedure can be used to manage multiple sets of customized parameter data and sampled sound sources on the computer as RSD files.
1 Insert the SD memory card containing the customized
parameter data and sampled sound sources into the
RMX-1000 connected to the computer by USB cable.
Saving RSD files (Save)
! If the computer is equipped with an SD memory card slot, it is
also possible to perform this procedure with the SD memory card
inserted into this slot.
1 Create the customized parameter data and sampled
sound sources on remixbox.
2 Click the [Import] button.
2 Click the [Save] button.
The [Import] window opens.
3 Select the type of data to be imported from the SD
memory card.
4 Select the drive to which the SD memory card is
connected.
5 Click the [OK] button.
The customized parameter data and sampled sound sources loaded on
the SD memory card are imported to remixbox.
— For Windows: Explorer opens.
— For Mac OS X: Finder opens.
3 Select the location in which the RSD file is to be
saved, give it the desired filename and save it.
! RSD files saved on SD memory cards by clicking the [Save] button
cannot be imported to an RMX-1000.
In this case, use the [Load] button to load the RSD file into remixbox,
then either use the [Sync] button to load the data onto the RMX-1000
or use the [Export] button to export the data onto an SD memory card.
Loading RSD files (Load)
1 Click the [Load] button.
— For Windows: Explorer opens.
— For Mac OS X: Finder opens.
2 Select the RSD file and open it.
The customized parameter data and sampled sound sources in the RSD
file are loaded into remixbox.
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Editing Effects
Editing Effects
SCENE FX section
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! The contents displayed on the screen differ according to the effect type.
1FX LOCK button
This is used to select whether or not to use the effect type selection
buttons’ accidental operation prevention function.
2 Operate the pull-down menus, etc., to select the
setting value.
Change the effect’s parameters.
2Effect type selection buttons
These are used to select the type of effect to be edited.
3SCENE FX control section
This is used to adjust the [SCENE FX] control’s parameters.
4SUB PARAMETER 1 control section
This is used to adjust the [SUB PARAMETER 1] control’s parameters.
5SUB PARAMETER 2 control section
This is used to adjust the [SUB PARAMETER 2] control’s parameters.
Editing the parameters
1 Click one of the effect type selection buttons.
Select the type of effect to be edited.
! For details on the parameters’ adjustment range, see SCENE FX
under Effect parameter adjustment ranges at 12.
Using the effect type selection buttons’
accidental operation prevention function
Click the [FX LOCK] button.
The [FX LOCK] button lights.
When the accidental operation prevention function is enabled, effects
can be turned on and off by pressing and holding the effect type selection buttons on the RMX-1000.
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ISOLATE FX section
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! The contents displayed on the screen differ according to the effect type.
1Effect type selection buttons
These are used to select the type of effect to be edited.
2 Operate the pull-down menus, etc., to select the
setting value.
Change the effect’s parameters.
2ISOLATE FX control pull-down menus
These are used to adjust the parameters of the respective controls.
3FREQUENCY pull-down menus
These are used to select the frequencies between the [LOW] and
[MID] controls and between the [MID] and [HI] controls.
4FX LOCK button
This is used to select whether or not to use the effect type selection
buttons’ accidental operation prevention function.
Editing the parameters
! For details on the parameters’ adjustment range, see ISOLATE FX
under Effect parameter adjustment ranges at 13.
1 Click one of the effect type selection buttons.
Select the type of effect to be edited.
Using the effect type selection buttons’
accidental operation prevention function
Click the [FX LOCK] button.
The [FX LOCK] button lights.
When the accidental operation prevention function is enabled, effects
can be turned on and off by pressing and holding the effect type selection buttons on the RMX-1000.
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X-PAD FX section
Editing Effects
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! The contents displayed on the screen differ according to the type of item.
1Parameter display section
The contents for editing the parameters are displayed here.
2Item selection buttons
Editing the parameters
1 Click one of the item selection buttons.
Select the item to be edited.
These are used to select the items to be edited.
! For instructions on [SAMPLER] editing, see SAMPLER editing on
page 11.
2 Operate the pull-down menus, etc., to select the
setting value.
Change the item’s parameters.
! For details on the parameters’ adjustment range, see X-PAD FX
under Effect parameter adjustment ranges at 14.
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RELEASE FX section
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1Effect type selection buttons
These are used to select the type of effect to be edited.
2Effect selection pull-down menu
Select individually whether or not the SCENE FX, ISOLATE FX and
X-PAD FX effects continue when RELEASE FX is turned off (when the
lever is set back to its original position).
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Editing the parameters
1 Click one of the effect type selection buttons.
Select the type of effect to be edited.
3RELEASE FX lever pull-down menu
This is used to adjustment the parameters when the lever is pulled.
2 Operate the pull-down menus, etc., to select the
setting value.
Change the effect’s parameters.
! For details on the parameters’ adjustment range, see RELEASE FX
under Effect parameter adjustment ranges at 14.
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SAMPLER editing
About the sampler slot details windows
When a sampler slot is double-clicked, the sampler slot details window
opens.
The sampler slot details windows can be used to listen to the sampled
sound sources and set the playing range, loop mode, etc.
1 Open the parameter settings screen in the X-PAD FX
section and click the [SAMPLER] button.
The sampler slot screen opens.
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Editing Effects
This procedure can be used to edit the sampled sound sources loaded in
the RMX-1000’s [X-PAD FX] buttons.
Prepare the sampled sound sources in WAV file format beforehand.
! When using rekordbox Version 1.5.3 or later, sampled sound sources
can be prepared easily.
For details, see the rekordbox operating instructions.
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1Editing box
When loading sampled sound sources from a computer, specify the
sampled sound source’s file path here.
2d button
This is used to play the sampled sound source. The sampled sound
source is output from the audio device selected on the computer.
3BPM
2 Drag the sampled sound sources to the sampler slots.
Open Finder when using Mac OS, Explorer when using Windows, and
assign the sampled sound sources to the sampler slots.
This is used to set the sampled sound source’s BPM.
! BPM values between 70 and 200 are valid.
4Playing mode selector buttons
These are used to switch the sampled sound source’s playing mode.
—[ONE-SHOT] mode: The sampled sound source is played to the
end then stops.
—[LOOP] mode: The sampled sound source is played to the end,
then playback returns to the beginning and continues.
Only the sampled sound sources in [SLOT1] of the respective
BANKs can be set to the [LOOP] mode.
If you switch to the [LOOP] mode, the BPM value must be input
ahead of time.
5START
The time of the sampled sound source’s playback start position is
displayed here.
6–, + button
These are used to increase or decrease the sampled sound source’s
playing range in units of 10 msec (1/100th of a second).
7DELETE button
! Sampled sound sources can be deleted from the sampler slots by
dragging them to [DELETE].
! The sampler slot details windows can also be used to assign the
sampled sound sources to the sampler slots.
! The maximum length of the sampled sounds that can be set in the
BANK (the total for the 4 SLOT) is 16 seconds.
This is used to delete the sampled sound source assigned to the
sampler slot.
8END
The time of the sampled sound source’s playback end position is
displayed here.
9Slider
This is used to change the sampled sound source’s playback start
and end positions in large increments.
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Effect parameter adjustment ranges
SCENE FX
Types of effects
HPF ECHO
BPF ECHO
LPF ECHO
Place
Position
Type
Adjustable parameters
Main control
Right
Pull-down menu
Filter pass width
NARROW, NORMAL, WIDE
Bottom left
Pull-down menu
Range 1 echo time beat
1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1/1, 2/1
Top left
Pull-down menu
Range 2 echo time beat
1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1/1, 2/1
Top right
Pull-down menu
Range 3 echo time beat
1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1/1, 2/1
SUB PARAMETER
Bottom right
1 control
Bottom
Pull-down menu
Range 4 echo time beat
1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1/1, 2/1
Pull-down menu
Feedback amount
MILD, DEFAULT, WILD
Bottom
Sliders x 2
Range to which echo is applied
LOW, DEFAULT, HI (settable for each
slider.)
Top
Button
[SUB PARAMETER 2] type
MODULATION, RESONANCE
[SUB PARAMETER 2] waveform/effect
TRIANGLE, SAW, SQUARE,
RANDOM, SIDE-CHAIN (when
MODULATION is selected)
DEFAULT, MILD, NONE (when
RESONANCE is selected)
SUB PARAMETER
2 control
Bottom
Pull-down menu
Main control
Pull-down menu
Filter pass width
MILD, DEFAULT, WILD
Slider
Minimum value of noise’s acoustic
pressure level
–∞ dB, –18 dB, –12 dB, –6 dB
Bottom right
Slider
Maximum value of noise’s acoustic
pressure level
0 dB, +3 dB, +6 dB, +9 dB
Top
Button
[SUB PARAMETER 2] type
MODULATION, RESONANCE
[SUB PARAMETER 2] waveform/effect
TRIANGLE, SAW, SQUARE,
RANDOM, SIDE-CHAIN (when
MODULATION is selected)
DEFAULT, MILD, NONE (when
RESONANCE is selected)
SUB PARAMETER
1 control
NOISE
Right
Bottom left
SUB PARAMETER
2 control
Bottom
Main control
SPIRAL UP
SPIRAL DOWN
ECHO
Right
Pull-down menu
SPIRAL’s delay time.
MILD, DEFAULT, WILD
Pull-down menu
Range 1 echo time beat
1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1/1, 2/1
SUB PARAMETER Top left
1 control
Top right
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Range 2 echo time beat
1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1/1, 2/1
Range 3 echo time beat
1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1/1, 2/1
Pull-down menu
Range 4 echo time beat
1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1/1, 2/1
Pull-down menu
Pitch variation type
LINEAR, KEY
Main control
Pull-down menu
Room size
LARGE, SMALL
SUB PARAMETER
Bottom
1 control
Pull-down menu
Reverb time
SHORT, DEFAULT, LONG
SUB PARAMETER
Bottom
2 control
Pull-down menu
Filter type
LOW PASS FILTER, BAND PASS
FILTER, HIGH PASS FILTER
Main control
Right
Pull-down menu
Echo feedback amount
HOLD, DJM
Bottom left
Pull-down menu
Range 1 echo time beat
1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1/1, 2/1,
4/1, 8/1
Top left
Pull-down menu
Range 2 echo time beat
1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1/1, 2/1,
4/1, 8/1
Top right
Pull-down menu
Range 3 echo time beat
1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1/1, 2/1,
4/1, 8/1
Bottom right
Pull-down menu
Range 4 echo time beat
1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1/1, 2/1,
4/1, 8/1
Pull-down menu
Filter type
NARROW, NORMAL, WIDE
SUB PARAMETER
1 control
Main control
12
Pull-down menu
Pull-down menu
SUB PARAMETER
Bottom
2 control
Right
SUB PARAMETER
Bottom
2 control
CRUSH ECHO
Pull-down menu
Bottom left
Bottom right
REVERB UP
REVERB DOWN
Adjustable range
Right
Pull-down menu
Echo depth (DEPTH)
MILD, DEFAULT, WILD
Bottom left
Pull-down menu
Range 1 echo time beat
1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1/1, 2/1
Pull-down menu
Range 2 echo time beat
1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1/1, 2/1
Pull-down menu
Range 3 echo time beat
1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1/1, 2/1
Pull-down menu
Range 4 echo time beat
1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1/1, 2/1
Bottom
Pull-down menu
Feedback amount
MILD, DEFAULT, WILD
SUB PARAMETER
Bottom
2 control
Pull-down menu
Modulation type
TRIANGLE, SAW, SQUARE,
RANDOM, SIDE-CHAIN
Top left
SUB PARAMETER
Top right
1 control
Bottom right
ISOLATE FX
Types of effects Place
LOW control
MID control
HI control
LOW control
CUT/ADD
MID control
HI control
LOW control
TRANS/ROLL
MID control
HI control
LOW control
GATE/DRIVE
MID control
HI control
Type
Adjustable parameters
Adjustable range
Bottom left
Pull-down menu
Minimum value of gain
–6 dB, –12 dB, –18 dB, –∞ dB
Bottom right
Pull-down menu
Maximum value of gain
0 dB, +3 dB, +6 dB, +9 dB
Between
[LOW]
and [MID]
controls
Pull-down menu
Frequency between [LOW] and [MID]
controls
LOW, DEFAULT, HI
Bottom left
Pull-down menu
Minimum value of gain
–6 dB, –12 dB, –18 dB, –∞ dB
Bottom right
Pull-down menu
Maximum value of gain
0 dB, +3 dB, +6 dB, +9 dB
Between
[MID] and
[HI] controls
Pull-down menu
Frequency between [MID] and [HI] controls
LOW, DEFAULT, HI
Bottom left
Pull-down menu
Minimum value of gain
–6 dB, –12 dB, –18 dB, –∞ dB
Bottom right
Pull-down menu
Maximum value of gain
0 dB, +3 dB, +6 dB, +9 dB
MILD, DEFAULT, WILD
Bottom left
Pull-down menu
Amount by which bass drum sound is
reduced
Bottom right
Pull-down menu
Multi-tap delay pattern
PATTERN1, PATTERN2, PATTERN3
Bottom left
Pull-down menu
High pass filter resonance
OFF, ON
Bottom right
Pull-down menu
Multi-tap delay pattern
PATTERN1, PATTERN2, PATTERN3
Bottom left
Pull-down menu
Low pass filter resonance
OFF, ON
Bottom right
Pull-down menu
Multi-tap delay pattern
PATTERN1, PATTERN2, PATTERN3
Bottom left
Pull-down menu
TRANS LFO pattern
PATTERN1, PATTERN2, PATTERN3
Bottom right
Pull-down menu
ROLL beat number pattern
PATTERN1, PATTERN2, PATTERN3
Between
[LOW]
and [MID]
controls
Pull-down menu
Frequency between [LOW] and [MID]
controls
LOW, DEFAULT, HI
Bottom left
Pull-down menu
TRANS LFO pattern
PATTERN1, PATTERN2, PATTERN3
Bottom right
Pull-down menu
ROLL beat number pattern
PATTERN1, PATTERN2, PATTERN3
Between
[MID] and
[HI] controls
Pull-down menu
Frequency between [MID] and [HI] controls
LOW, DEFAULT, HI
Bottom left
Pull-down menu
TRANS LFO pattern
PATTERN1, PATTERN2, PATTERN3
Bottom right
Pull-down menu
ROLL beat number pattern
PATTERN1, PATTERN2, PATTERN3
Bottom left
Pull-down menu
GATE depth
MILD, DEFAULT, WILD
Bottom right
Pull-down menu
DRIVE depth
MILD, DEFAULT, WILD
Bottom left
Pull-down menu
GATE depth
MILD, DEFAULT, WILD
Bottom right
Pull-down menu
DRIVE depth
MILD, DEFAULT, WILD
Bottom left
Pull-down menu
GATE depth
MILD, DEFAULT, WILD
Bottom right
Pull-down menu
DRIVE depth
MILD, DEFAULT, WILD
Effect parameter adjustment ranges
ISOLATOR
Position
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X-PAD FX
Item selection
buttons
Setting item 1
Setting item 2
Adjusted parameter
ROLL
—
—
[ROLL] button function
ROLL, SLIP ROLL, DIVIDE ROLL
Gain
–3 dB, –2 dB, –1 dB, 0 dB, +1 dB, +2 dB,
+3 dB
GAIN
KICK
SNARE
OSC
CLAP
HI HAT
SAMPLER
1
PITCH
X-PAD
Adjustable range
DECAY
Decay time
SHORT, DEFAULT, LONG
ENVELOPE
Envelope type
TYPE1, TYPE2
GAIN
Gain
–3 dB, –2 dB, –1 dB, 0 dB, +1 dB, +2 dB,
+3 dB
DECAY
Decay time
SHORT, DEFAULT, LONG
ENVELOPE
Envelope type
TYPE1, TYPE2
GAIN
Gain
–3 dB, –2 dB, –1 dB, 0 dB, +1 dB, +2 dB,
+3 dB
DECAY
Decay time
SHORT, DEFAULT, LONG
ENVELOPE
Envelope type
TYPE1, TYPE2
GAIN
Gain
–3 dB, –2 dB, –1 dB, 0 dB, +1 dB, +2 dB,
+3 dB
DECAY
Decay time
SHORT, DEFAULT, LONG
ENVELOPE
Envelope type
TYPE1, TYPE2
—
—
—
—
Slider (left)
—
Pitch bend width in minus direction
From –1 SEMITONE to –12 SEMITONE
Slider (right)
—
Pitch bend width in plus direction
From +1 SEMITONE to +12 SEMITONE
—
Layout of number of beats assigned to
[X-PAD]2
1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1/1, 3/2, 2/1, 4/1, 8/1, 1/32,
1/24, 1/16, 1/12, 1/8, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3
—
1 For instructions on [SAMPLER] editing, see SAMPLER editing on page 11.
2 Select the number of beats to be assigned to the [X-PAD] from the adjustable ranges and drag and drop it onto the [X-PAD].
RELEASE FX
Types of effects Place
RELEASE FX lever
VINYL BRAKE
ISOLATE FX
Adjustable parameters
Adjustable range
Pull-down menu
Range 1 beat
1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1/1, 2/1, 4/1, 8/1, 12/1, 16/1
Bottom
(middle tier)
Pull-down menu
Range 2 beat
1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1/1, 2/1, 4/1, 8/1, 12/1, 16/1
Bottom (bottom tier)
Pull-down menu
Range 3 beat
1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1/1, 2/1, 4/1, 8/1, 12/1, 16/1
Center
Pull-down menu
Select whether or not to hold the ISOLATE
FX effect when RELEASE FX is turned off.
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
SCENE FX
Center
Pull-down menu
X-PAD FX
Center
Pull-down menu
Select whether or not to hold the X-PAD FX
effect when RELEASE FX is turned off.
OFF, ON
Bottom
(upper tier)
Pull-down menu
Range 1 beat
1/2, 3/4, 1/1, 2/1, 4/1, 8/1, 12/1, 16/1, 32/1
Bottom
(middle tier)
Pull-down menu
Range 2 beat
1/2, 3/4, 1/1, 2/1, 4/1, 8/1, 12/1, 16/1, 32/1
Bottom (bottom tier)
Pull-down menu
Range 2 beat
1/2, 3/4, 1/1, 2/1, 4/1, 8/1, 12/1, 16/1, 32/1
OFF, ON
BACK SPIN
ISOLATE FX
Center
Pull-down menu
Select whether or not to hold the ISOLATE
FX effect when RELEASE FX is turned off.
SCENE FX
Center
Pull-down menu
Select whether or not to hold the SCENE FX
effect when RELEASE FX is turned off.
OFF, ON
Pull-down menu
Select whether or not to hold the X-PAD FX
effect when RELEASE FX is turned off.
OFF, ON
X-PAD FX
RELEASE FX lever
ECHO
Center
Top
Pull-down menu
Echo feedback amount
HOLD, DJM
Bottom
(upper tier)
Pull-down menu
Range 1 beat
1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1/1, 2/1, 4/1, 8/1
Bottom
(middle tier)
Pull-down menu
Range 2 beat
1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1/1
Bottom (bottom tier)
Pull-down menu
Range 3 beat
1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1/1
OFF, ON
ISOLATE FX
Center
Pull-down menu
Select whether or not to hold the ISOLATE
FX effect when RELEASE FX is turned off.
SCENE FX
Center
Pull-down menu
Select whether or not to hold the SCENE FX
effect when RELEASE FX is turned off.
OFF, ON
Pull-down menu
Select whether or not to hold the X-PAD FX
effect when RELEASE FX is turned off.
OFF, ON
X-PAD FX
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Type
Bottom
(upper tier)
Select whether or not to hold the SCENE FX
effect when RELEASE FX is turned off.
RELEASE FX lever
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Position
Center
Others
Menu list
Menu items
File
Functions in the same way as the [Load] button.
Save
Functions in the same way as the [Save] button.
Settings
Functions in the same way as the [Settings] button.
Quit
Quits remixbox.
Undo
Undoes the last parameter change made.
Redo
Restores the parameter change undone with the [Undo] command.
Sync
Functions in the same way as the [Sync] button.
Import
Functions in the same way as the [Import] button.
Export
Functions in the same way as the [Export] button.
Update Setting
Imports the customized parameter data loaded in the RMX-1000.
Effect Browser
Functions in the same way as the [Effect Browser] button.
Load Default Settings
Loads the factory default parameter data. The sampled sound source settings are not changed.
Launch rekordbox
Launches rekordbox installed on the computer.
Displays the version information of remixbox and the RMX-1000 connected to the computer.
Version
Help
Manual
Others
Edit
Description
Load
English
Opens the remixbox manual (in English).
Français
Opens the remixbox manual (in French).
Deutsch
Opens the remixbox manual (in German).
Español
Opens the remixbox manual (in Spanish).
Italiano
Opens the remixbox manual (in Italian).
Nederlands
Opens the remixbox manual (in Dutch).
Русский
Opens the remixbox manual (in Russian).
Português
Opens the remixbox manual (in Portuguese).
简体中文
Opens the remixbox manual (in simplified Chinese).
繁體中文
Opens the remixbox manual (in traditional Chinese).
한국어
Opens the remixbox manual (in Korean).
日本語
Opens the remixbox manual (in Japanese).
About trademarks and registered
trademarks
! Pioneer is a registered trademark of PIONEER CORPORATION.
!Microsoft®, Windows Vista®, Windows® and Internet Explorer® are
either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation
in the United States and/or other countries.
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other countries.
The names of companies and products mentioned herein are the trademarks of their respective owners.
Cautions on copyrights
Recordings you have made are for your personal enjoyment and according to copyright laws may not be used without the consent of the copyright holder.
! Music recorded from CDs, etc., is protected by the copyright laws of
individual countries and by international treaties. It is the full responsibility of the person who has recorded the music to ensure that it is
used legally.
! When handling music downloaded from the Internet, etc., it is the
full responsibility of the person who has downloaded the music to
ensure that it is used in accordance with the contract concluded
with the download site.
This product has been licensed for nonprofit use. This product has not
been licensed for commercial purposes (for profit-making use), such
as broadcasting (terrestrial, satellite, cable or other types of broadcasting), streaming on the Internet, Intranet (a corporate network) or other
types of networks or distributing of electronic information (online digital music distribution service). You need to acquire the corresponding
licenses for such uses. For details, see http://www.mp3licensing.com.
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Using the support site
Please read the remixbox’s operating instructions before making inquiries about remixbox operating procedures and technical issues. Also
check the RMX-1000 FAQ provided on the Pioneer DJ Global site.
<Pioneer DJ Global site>
http://pioneerdj.com/support/
! PIONEER CORPORATION collects your personal information for the
following purposes:
1 To provide customer support for your purchased product
2 To inform you of product or event information by e-mail
3 To obtain feedback collected by survey for product planning
purposes
— Your personal information is kept confidential corresponding to
the privacy policy set forth by our company.
— For Pioneer’s privacy protection policy, see the Pioneer DJ Global
site.
! When making inquiries regarding remixbox, please be sure to furnish your computer type and specifications (CPU, installed memory,
other connected peripherals, etc.), the operating system and version
used, as well as concrete information regarding the issue at hand.
— To inquire about configuring your computer with non-Pioneer
peripheral devices and to obtain the corresponding technical
support, contact the specific manufacturer or retailer.
! Update programs will be available from the remixbox support site.
We strongly recommend you upgrade your software on a regular
basis to keep the latest updates on your system.
© 2012 PIONEER CORPORATION.
All rights reserved.
PIONEER CORPORATION
1-1, Shin-ogura, Saiwai-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa 212-0031, Japan
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