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Owner's
Manual
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Opening the chassis for any reason will void the manufacturer’s
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unit, shut it off immediately and take it to a dealer for service.
Disconnect the unit during storms to prevent damage.
The following is indicative of
low altitude use; do not use this
product above 2000m.
conditions:
• this device may not cause harmful interference, and
• this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
Operation of this unit within significant electromagnetic
fields should be avoided.
• use only shielded interconnecting cables.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Manufacturer’s Name:
DigiTech
Manufacturer’s Address: 10653 South River Front Parkway
Suite 300
South Jordan, Utah 84095, USA
declares that the product:
Product name:
Vocalist Live Harmony
Product option:
all (requires Class II power adapter that conforms to the requirements of EN60065, EN60742, or equivalent.)
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The product herewith complies with the requirements
of the:
Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
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WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC
EC Regulation 278/2009
With regard to Directive 2005/32/EC and EC
Regulation 1275/2008 of 17 December 2008,
this product is designed, produced, and classified as
Professional Audio Equipment and thus is exempt from
this Directive.
conforms to the following Product Specifications:
Safety:
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FCC Part 15
Rex C. Reed
Director, Engineering
Signal Processing
10653 South River Front Parkway
Suite 300
South Jordan, Utah 84095, USA
Date: March 7, 2013
European Contact: Your local DigiTech Sales and Service Office
or
Harman Signal Processing
10653 South River Front Parkway
Suite 300
South Jordan, Utah 84095, USA
Ph: (801) 566-8800
Fax: (801) 568-7583
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used solely within the U.S., to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use
and service. This warranty is valid to the original purchaser only and is non-transferable.
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Some information contained in this manual may also be inaccurate due to undocumented changes in the
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owner’s manual supersedes all previous versions.
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Table of Contents
Overview �������������������������������������������1
Introduction������������������������������������������������1
musIQ® & Live Adapt™����������������������������2
Features��������������������������������������������������������3
Included Items��������������������������������������������3
User Interface & Connectors ��������4
Top Panel������������������������������������������������������4
Rear Panel����������������������������������������������������8
Connection Diagrams �������������������10
Cable Diagrams����������������������������������������10
Solo-Acoustic Guitar Application���������11
Band-Electric Guitar Application����������12
Practice Application���������������������������������13
Operating The Live Harmony �����14
Gold Channel Effects������������������������������14
Vocal Effects����������������������������������������������16
Guitar Effects��������������������������������������������17
Effects Bypass��������������������������������������������18
Anti-Feedback�������������������������������������������18
Sound Check���������������������������������������������19
Live Adapt™����������������������������������������������20
Looper��������������������������������������������������������23
Guitar Tuner����������������������������������������������25
Presets��������������������������������������������������������26
Preset A/B Parts���������������������������������������28
Set Lists������������������������������������������������������29
FS3X Footswitch Control����������������������31
Volume/Expression Pedal Control�������32
System Setup ����������������������������������33
Out Pad������������������������������������������������������33
A/B Footswitch Configuration��������������34
48 V Phantom Power�������������������������������35
Stereo���������������������������������������������������������35
GTR XLR LVL�������������������������������������������36
GTR Sensitivity�����������������������������������������36
Preset Load�����������������������������������������������37
Loop Undo������������������������������������������������38
EP (Expression Pedal) Type��������������������39
Aux In Configuration������������������������������40
EP Parameter, Min, & Max����������������������41
Factory Reset��������������������������������������������43
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The Effects & Parameters ������������44
Gold Channel ������������������������������������������45
Warmth������������������������������������������������������46
Compressor����������������������������������������������47
Pitch Correction��������������������������������������48
Ambience���������������������������������������������������49
EQ���������������������������������������������������������������50
De-Esser�����������������������������������������������������51
Noise Gate������������������������������������������������52
Low Cut Filter������������������������������������������53
Harmony 1 & 2�����������������������������������������54
Double��������������������������������������������������������57
Pitch FX������������������������������������������������������59
Distortion/Filter���������������������������������������62
Modulation������������������������������������������������64
Delay�����������������������������������������������������������66
Reverb��������������������������������������������������������69
Guitar���������������������������������������������������������71
Preset Librarian Software ������������73
System Requirements & Download�����73
Firmware Updates�����������������������������������73
Preset List ���������������������������������������74
Technical Information �������������������75
Block Diagram������������������������������������������75
Specifications���������������������������������������������76
Overview
Introduction
Thank you for choosing the Vocalist® Live Harmony by DigiTech®. The Live Harmony
is a feature-packed vocal harmony and effects processor. It incorporates a highquality mic preamp, two-part harmony generation, studio-grade vocal effects, pitch
correction, dbx® Advanced Feedback Suppression, the latest musIQ® technology
with Live Adapt™, a built-in phrase looper, and much, much more. This combination
of features and sound quality provide professional, studio quality effects and
intelligent harmony generation for vocalists performing live.
The Live Harmony begins with a global channel strip processing chain, referred to
as the “Gold Channel” effects. This global set of 8 effects is used across all presets,
providing the sonic foundation for your vocal sound. The Gold Channel effects
comprise: Warmth, Compression, Pitch Correction, Lexicon® Ambience, 3-Band EQ,
De-Essing, Noise Gating, and Low Cut.
The harmony section offers full control over two voices of next-generation
harmony, making it possible to fine-tune the level, gender, pan, and harmony type
of each voice. In addition, the Vocalist Live Harmony includes the most important
effects for enhancing a vocal performance, including: Lexicon Reverbs, Delays,
Doubling, as well as various Pitch, Filter/Distortion, and Modulation effects. All
effects are easily enabled and edited thanks to dedicated buttons, a full graphics LCD
display, and four soft knobs.
One of the most significant features of the Live Harmony is Live Adapt™. Live Adapt
uses the internal analysis microphone or Aux In jack to provide automatic, real-time
effect tempo adjustment, smart gating of non-vocal signals (internal mic only), and
intelligent pitch and harmony generation using the detected key of the music.
For the guitarist who wants to travel light, the Vocalist Live Harmony includes a
guitar input for mixing your guitar signal to the Live Harmony's outputs and/or
for generating the harmony and pitch key.You can even apply built-in guitar effects,
including: flanger, vibrato, chorus, reverb and more. Or just use the guitar input for
vocal harmony and pitch key generation and use the Guitar Thru jack to send your
guitar signal out to your own personal guitar rig.
Three rugged footswitches provide preset A/B part selection, preset navigation,
global effects bypass, and hands-free control of the built-in phrase looper.
The rear panel boasts all the necessary connections for the performing singer,
including a USB port for firmware updates and preset management using the free
Vocalist Live Librarian software for Mac® and PC.
With a quick-access user interface, two-part harmony generation, a plethora of
studio-quality effects, dbx Advanced Feedback Suppression, and state-of-the-art
processing technologies, the Live Harmony gives you the tools you need to take
center stage with confidence.
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musIQ® & Live Adapt™
musIQ is a revolutionary chord detection technology that analyzes the audio in
real time and determines what notes are being played, while the musIQ harmony
engine is capable of interpreting this note data along with the pitch of the singer to
determine the most musically correct harmony notes to generate.
The Live Harmony’s Live Adapt feature uses musIQ to provide even further
functionality by adapting the noise gate threshold, the pitch correction and pitch
effect key, and the modulation and delay effect tempo settings. With musIQ &
Live Adapt, the Live Harmony can adapt to changes in your music, creating a truly
dynamic performance.
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Features
• Microphone Preamp w/+48V Phantom Power
• Channel Strip Style Processing w/Pitch Correction, Compression, Lexicon®
Ambience, & More
• High-Quality, Customizable Two-Part Vocal Harmony Generation
• Studio-Grade Vocal Effects, Including: Lexicon® Reverbs, Delays, Doubling, Pitch
Shifting, Modulation, & Distortion/Filter Effects
• dbx® Advanced Feedback Suppression
• Latest musIQ® Technology & Internal Analysis Mic
• Live Adapt™ for Real-Time Adaptive Control of Noise Gating, Pitch/Harmony
Key, & Effect Tempo
• Sound Check for Easy Auditioning & Setup of Effects
• Guitar Input for Classic MusIQ Harmony & Pitch Generation & Optionally
Mixing the Guitar Signal to the Live Harmony's Outputs
• Built-In Guitar Tuner
• Selectable Guitar Effect + Reverb
• Guitar Thru Jack for Sending the Unprocessed Guitar Signal to Your Own
Guitar Rig
• 70 Second Mono Phrase Looper (35 Seconds w/Undo)
• 99 User & 99 Factory Presets
• 24-bit/44.1kHz Audio Quality
• Easy-To-Read Backlit LCD Display
• USB Port for Firmware Updates & Preset Management
• Vocalist Live Librarian Preset Management Software for Mac & PC
Included Items
• Vocalist Live Harmony Processor
• Power Supply
• Quick Start
The utmost care was taken while manufacturing your Live Harmony. Everything
should be included and in perfect working order. If anything is missing or damaged,
please contact your dealer at once.
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User Interface & Connectors
Top Panel
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Voice 2
Key/Scale
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1. Gold Channel Button
Pressing this button turns the Gold Channel effects on and off; the effects
are on when the button is lit. The Gold Channel effects provide the sonic
foundation for your vocal sound and are used as the front end for all
presets. Press and hold this button to edit Gold Channel settings using the
DATA encoder [7] and Edit knobs [11]. Select one of the Gold Channel
"types" (several pre-configured Gold Channel setups) to get started then
modify the settings to taste (see "Gold Channel Effects" on page 14).
2. Harmony 1 & 2 Buttons
These buttons turn each Harmony voice on or off when pressed. When
each button is lit, the corresponding voice is enabled. Press and hold each of
these buttons to edit the corresponding voice’s settings.
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3. Vocal Effect Buttons
These buttons turn each corresponding Vocal effect on and off. Pressing and
holding each button will enter the menu for editing the selected effect's
settings (see "Vocal Effects" on page 16).
4. Live Adapt Mic
This internal analysis microphone listens to the music being played in the
room and adjusts settings in the Live Harmony automatically. It is used to
adjust tempo for delay and modulation effects, adjust the key for generated
harmonies and pitch correction/pitch effects, and adjust the noise gate
threshold.
NOTE: Whenever the Aux In jack is connected to an audio source, it will
be used for Live Adapt features instead of the internal microphone. When
a connection is made to the Guitar In jack, the guitar signal will be used
to determine the key/scale to follow for harmony generation and pitch
effects based on the chord progression played. See "Live Adapt™" on
page 20 for further information.
5. Guitar Effect Button
This button turns the Guitar effects on and off. The Guitar effects give you
two simultaneous effects to apply to your guitar signal: one allows you
to select one of the available modulation effects and the other is a fixed
reverb with a mix level control. Use these effects when connecting your
guitar straight to the PA system through the Live Harmony's XLR or Line/
Headphone outputs. The Guitar effects only process the signal present at the
Guitar In jack. Pressing and holding this button will display the Guitar effect's
settings in the LCD display, where they can be modified using the DATA
encoder [7] and Edit knobs [11].
NOTE: The Guitar effect is passed to the XLR and 1/4" Line/Heaphone
outputs only. It is not passed to the Guitar Thru jack, as this jack is
intended to be used when connecting to your own personal outboard
guitar effects and/or guitar amplifier (see "Guitar Effects" on page
17).
6. Vocal Signal LED
This LED lights when the mic input signal is detected. This LED will light
green when a signal is present, orange when approaching the A/D limiting
point, and red when limiting occurs. Good practice is to set the microphone
Input Gain knob so the Signal LED lights green regularly, lights orange
occasionally, but never lights red.
NOTE: The Signal LED may also light red if the outputs clip due to
the added gain from multiple enabled effects. If such a condition is
encountered, simply lower the Input Gain knob until the Signal LED no
longer indicates clipping.
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7. DATA Encoder
This encoder is used to navigate menus and edit certain parameters.
Pressing this encoder selects different pages within the Gold Channel and
System menus.
8. Store Button
When pressed, this button initiates the preset store and copy functions.
When a preset is edited, this button will light, indicating a change has been
made to the preset’s stored settings.
9. System Button
Pressing this button enters the System menu, where you can edit Live
Harmony global system settings for configuring the Live Harmony for your
application. Pressing the DATA Encoder [7] will navigate through the system
menus.
10. Sound Check Button
This button enables and disables the Sound Check feature. Sound Check lets
you record a vocal loop which can then be used for auditioning and editing
effect parameters (see "Sound Check" on page 19).
Harmon
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11. Edit Knobs
These four knobs are used to edit the
various effect and system parameters. They
correspond to the available on-screen
parameters as shown in the illustration to
the right.
From the Preset screen, these knobs provide
quick access to overall harmony level, voice
1 and voice 2 harmony intervals, and the key/
scale setting.
Gold Channel TYPE
Standard
1/3 (Push)
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Harmo
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CORRECT
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Voice 1
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Edit 3
Knob
Key/Scale
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Edit 3
Knob
Key/Scale
Edit 4
Knob
12. A/B Footswitch
The Live Harmony lets you store two parts per preset: “A” and “B”.Vocal
effects can be independently enabled or disabled in each part and the A/B
footswitch toggles between these two parts. This feature can be helpful for
applying effects within a song without having to switch between presets,
such as enabling delays or distortion effects on certain words or vocal
phrases. This A/B footswitch can be programmed in the System menu
for toggle, momentary, or automatic operation (see "A/B Footswitch
Configuration" on page 34 for more information).
13. UP Footswitch
This footswitch selects the next preset up. Pressing and holding this
footswitch for 1 second will bypass all Vocal effects (Gold Channel effects
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will not be affected). This "Vocal Effects Bypass" feature allows you to bypass
all Vocal effects quickly, such as when talking to the audience between songs.
Pressing and holding this footswitch for 2 seconds will access the built-in
Guitar Tuner and mute the Live Harmony outputs while the tuner is active
(see "Guitar Tuner" on page 25).
14. DOWN Footswitch
This footswitch selects the next preset down. Pressing and holding this
footswitch for 2 seconds enters Loop mode, where you can record loops
using the built-in Phrase Looper (see "Looper" on page 23).
15. Anti-Feedback Button
Pressing this button enables and disables dbx Advanced Feedback
Suppression (AFS). When the button is lit, AFS is enabled (see
"Anti-Feedback" on page 18).
16. Live Adapt Button
Pressing this button globally enables and disables the Live Adapt feature.
When the button is lit, Live Adapt is enabled. Pressing and holding this
button enters the Live Adapt menu, where each of the separate Live Adapt
functions can be enabled or disabled (see "Live Adapt™" on page 20).
17. Set List Button
Pressing this button enters Set List mode. Set Lists create a sequenced list
of up to twenty presets, making it easy to step through only the presets
you want to use during a performance. Up to five Set Lists can be created.
Pressing this button multiple times cycles through the available Set Lists.
When the last Set List is selected, pressing this button again will exit Set List
mode and return to Preset mode (see "Set Lists" on page 29).
18. LCD Display
This easy-to-read backlit LCD display provides the visual feedback necessary
for operating the Live Harmony.
19. Guitar Signal LED
This LED lights when the guitar input signal is detected. This LED will light
green when a signal is present, orange when approaching the A/D limiting
point, and red when limiting occurs. Good practice is to set the GTR
SENSITIVITY setting in the System menu so the Guitar LED lights green
regularly, lights orange occasionally, but never lights red.
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Rear Panel
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1. Aux In Jack
Connect a portable music player or the outputs of a mixer to this stereo
1/8" jack. Audio from an external device plugged into this jack can be used
either for Live Adapt and musIQ analysis or the audio can be mixed in with
the vocal signal at the line and XLR outputs.
NOTE: Whenever a device is connected to the Aux In jack, it will be used
for Live Adapt features instead of the internal microphone. For harmony
and pitch adaptive functions, priority is first given to the Guitar In jack
if a connection is present. Second priority is given to the Aux In jack if a
connection is present. If no connection is made to either the Guitar In
or Aux In jacks, the internal mic will be used to gather the data for pitch
and harmony generation. See "Live Adapt™" on page 20 for further
information.
2. Input Gain Knob
This knob controls the input gain of the Mic/Line In jack.
3. Mic/Line In Jack
This combination jack accepts a microphone or line-level signal. Connect a
microphone using an XLR connection to use the Live Harmony's internal
mic preamp. +48 Volt phantom power can be enabled in the System menu
for condenser microphones which require it. Connect using a 1/4" balanced
TRS connection when connecting the line output of an external mic preamp
to the Live Harmony.
4. Guitar In Jack
Connect your guitar to this 1/4", unbalanced TS jack. The guitar signal will be
used by musIQ for harmony generation instead of the internal analysis mic
or Aux In jack. Use the GTR SENSITIVITY and GTR XLR LVL parameters
found in the System menu to adjust your guitar input and output levels. See
"GTR Sensitivity" on page 36 and "GTR XLR LVL" on page 36 for
further information on these parameters.
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5. Guitar Thru Jack
The guitar signal received at the Guitar In jack is passed through this 1/4",
unbalanced TS jack and can connect to other guitar effects or the input of an
amplifier. The Guitar effects built into the Live Harmony are not passed out
this output.
NOTE: The Vocalist Live Harmony needs to be the first device in any
guitar effects chain.
6. Ground Lift Switch
This switch can be used to eliminate most hum and noise caused by ground
loops created when connecting the Live Harmony to both a PA system via
the XLR outputs and a guitar amp using the Guitar Thru jack.
7. Left/Right Out Jacks
These balanced XLR outputs provide either a mono or stereo mix of
your lead vocal, harmony voices and effects, and guitar signal with effects.
The signal level coming from these outputs could be described as a “hot”
mic-level signal. It should be compatible with both the mic input of a mixer
(with the mixer input trim turned down somewhat) and with a line input on
the mixer (with the mixer trim set higher). See "Stereo" on page 35 for
information on configuring the Live Harmony outputs for mono or stereo
operation.
8. Headphone/Line Out Jack
This is a 1/4" stereo TRS output and can be used for headphones or for
connecting to the line-level inputs of another device. This output carries
the same mix that is presented at the XLR outputs. When the outputs
are configured for mono operation, both left and right channels will be
mono-summed and stereo imaging will be lost.
9. Footswitch Jack
Plug an optional DigiTech FS3X Footswitch to this jack for full-time control
of the Live Harmony’s built-in Phrase Looper.You can also connect a volume
or expression pedal to this jack for continuous control of various vocal
effect parameters. For more information, see "FS3X Footswitch Control"
on page 31 and "Volume/Expression Pedal Control" on page 32.
10. Power Jack
Connect only the included power supply to this jack. The Live Harmony can
only be powered using the included external adapter.
11. USB Port
Connect a Mini USB cable from this port to your computer to use the
Vocalist Live Librarian software (available for Mac and PC) for preset
management and firmware updates.
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Connection Diagrams
Cable Diagrams
Stereo Connection to Live Harmony Aux In
Use a cable like the one shown below when connecting a stereo 1/4" feed to the
Live Harmony's Aux In jack.
1/8" Stereo TRS to Dual 1/4" TS Cable
Left
Channel (+)
Ground
Left +
Ground
Right +
Left
Channel
Left +
Ground
Ground
Right
Channel
Right
Channel (+)
Right +
NOTE: You can also use the above cable when connecting a mono signal to the
Aux In jack – such as when connecting an aux send or direct output from the
mixing console. Simply connect only one of the 1/4" TS plugs to the desired
output then leave the other disconnected.
Stereo Connection from Live Harmony Line Out
Use a cable like the one shown below to connect the Live Harmony's 1/4"
Headphone/Line Output to the 1/4" line inputs of another device.
1/4" Stereo TRS to Dual 1/4" TS Cable
Left
Channel (+)
Ground
Left +
Ground
Right +
Left
Channel
Left +
Ground
Ground
Right
Channel
Right
Channel (+)
Right +
NOTE: Connecting a mono TS cable to the 1/4" stereo Headphone/Line Output
jack is not recommended. If you require a single mono feed from the 1/4" stereo
Headphone/Line Output, it is recommended that you use a stereo cable as shown
above and use only one of the TS plugs, leaving the other disconnected.You will
then need to turn STEREO mode off in the System menu. See "Stereo" on page
35 for more information on changing the STEREO parameter.
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Solo-Acoustic Guitar Application
Often with an acoustic guitar it is convenient to provide a single output to the PA.
The Vocalist Live Harmony allows you to mix the guitar with the vocals and send
the guitar/vocal mix to the PA via the XLR Outputs. This allows you total control
of your sound from on-stage. The Vocalist Live Harmony also provides the ability to
add chorus and reverb to your guitar signal to fill out the sound. For a solo act it is
no longer necessary to carry a mixer to the gig. To balance the guitar level with the
vocals, adjust the GTR XLR LVL on page 2/6 in the System menu, see "GTR XLR
LVL" on page 36 for further information.
Mic or Line
Input
Mic or Line
Input
Harman
Power Supply
or
Microphone
Guitar
DigiTech FS3X Footswitch or
Volume/Expression Pedal
LEGEND
Omit For Mono
Optional
NOTE: By default the Live Harmony is configured for stereo operation. To
configure the Live Harmony for mono operation you must turn off the STEREO
option in the System menu, see "Stereo" on page 35 for further information.
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Band-Electric Guitar Application
This setup is ideal for the electric guitarist who wants the benefit of musIQ chord
recognition but plays through an amp and doesn't want the guitar mixed with the
vocals at the XLR outputs. To prevent the guitar signal from being fed directly to the
PA, adjust the GTR XLR LVL to 0 on page 2/6 in the System menu, see "GTR XLR
LVL" on page 36 for further information.
Mic or Line
Input(s)
Guitar Effects
and/or Amp
Harman
Power Supply
or
Microphone
Guitar
DigiTech FS3X Footswitch or
Volume/Expression Pedal
LEGEND
Omit For Mono
Optional
NOTE: By default the Live Harmony is configured for stereo operation. To
configure the Live Harmony for mono operation you must turn off the STEREO
option in the System menu, see "Stereo" on page 35 for further information.
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Practice Application
This setup is ideal for practicing your skills, working on new material, or preparing
for the gig. Connecting a portable music player lets you practice along with
pre-recorded music. Connect a computer to backup your presets and set lists or
graphically configure set lists for your next gig.
Computer w/Vocalist Live
Librarian Software
Harman
Power Supply
or
Portable Music
Player
Microphone
Guitar
Headphones
DigiTech FS3X Footswitch or
Volume/Expression Pedal
LEGEND
Optional
NOTE: In order to monitor the portable music player out of the Headphone/
Line Out jack in this application, you must configure the Aux In jack for "Mix"
operation, see "Aux In Configuration" on page 40 for further information.
NOTE: The headphone output level can be adjusted using the OUT PAD
parameter in the System menu, see "Out Pad" on page 33 for more
information.
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Operating The Live Harmony
This section of the manual describes how to navigate and use the various features of
the Live Harmony.
Gold Channel Effects
The "Gold Channel" effect processing section is the first effect module in the signal
chain and provides channel strip style processing. The Gold Channel is comprised of
the following 8 effects: Tube Warmth, Compressor, Pitch Correction, Ambience, EQ,
De-Esser, Gate, and Low Cut. These effects provide the sonic foundation for your
vocal sound and are used as the front end on all presets.
To globally bypass/enable the Gold Channel effects:
1. Press the <Gold Channel> button. When the Gold Channel button is lit, the
Gold Channel effects are enabled. When the button is not lit, these effects are
bypassed.
To edit Gold Channel settings:
1. Press and hold the <Gold Channel> button. The <Gold Channel> button
will begin flashing and the LCD display will now display the Gold Channel effect
parameters.
2. Start singing into the microphone or use the Sound Check feature (see "Sound
Check" on page 19 for further information). Turn the <DATA> encoder to
select a Gold Channel TYPE. Think of these "Types" as preconfigured setups of
Gold Channel parameters. Once you've selected the Gold Channel TYPE which
is close to the sound you are after, you can fine tune the settings by turning the
corresponding <Edit> knobs.
3. Press the <DATA> encoder to navigate the various pages within the Gold
Channel menu and use the corresponding <Edit> knobs to make any further
parameter adjustments.
4. When finished editing, press the <Gold Channel> button to exit.
NOTE: Changes to Gold Channel effect parameters do not need to be stored to
a preset, since these effects are global and independent of presets.
Any changes made to Gold Channel Types are automatically remembered. This
lets you setup different custom channel strip settings and easily switch between
them.You can always revert back to the factory default settings for any of the Gold
Channel types if necessary.
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To reset a Gold Channel Type back to its factory default settings:
1. Press and hold the <Gold Channel> button. The <Gold Channel> button
will begin flashing and the LCD display will now display the Gold Channel effect
parameters.
2. Turn the <DATA> encoder until you have selected the TYPE you wish to
reset. If the selected TYPE has been modified from the default settings, the
display will read "TYPE-MODIFIED".
3. Press the <DATA> encoder as many times as it takes to get to page 3 of
3 (3/3) in the Gold Channel menu. Once you are on page 3, you will see the
RESET parameter in the bottom right-hand corner of the LCD display.
4. Turn the <Edit 4> knob to initiate the reset procedure.
5. A prompt will be displayed, allowing you to confirm or cancel the operation.
Turn the <Edit 3> knob to select "Yes" and confirm the type reset procedure.
Turn the <Edit 2> knob to select "No" and cancel the operation.
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Vocal Effects
The Vocal effects processing section comes after the Gold Channel effects and is
comprised of the following 6 effect modules: Harmony 1, Harmony 2, Doubler, FX
(pitch, modulation, and distortion/filter effects), Delay, and Reverb. Unlike the Gold
Channel effects,Vocal effect settings are independently stored to each preset.
To bypass/enable a Vocal effect module:
1. Press the corresponding effect button (e.g., <Harmony 1>, <Double>,
<FX>, etc.). When the effect button is lit, the corresponding effect is enabled.
When the effect button is not lit, the corresponding effect is bypassed.
2. If you wish to store the Vocal effect’s enabled or bypassed state, press the
<Store> button and perform the preset storing procedure. See "Presets" on
page 26 for further information on storing user presets.
To edit Vocal effect settings:
1. Press and hold the effect button for the effect which you would like to edit
(e.g., <Harmony 1>, <Double>, <FX>, etc.). The effect button will begin
flashing and the LCD display will now display the selected effect’s parameters.
2. Start singing into the microphone or use the Sound Check feature (see "Sound
Check" on page 19 for further information).
3. Turn the <DATA> encoder to audition and select the desired effect TYPE (or
the desired VOICING if adjusting one of the two harmonies).
4. Turn the corresponding <Edit> knobs to refine the various parameters until
the desired effect is achieved.
5. When finished, press the flashing effect button to exit the effect's edit menu.
6. To store the changes, press the <Store> button and perform the preset
storing procedure. See "Presets" on page 26 for further information on
storing user presets.
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Guitar Effects
The Live Harmony features separate effects that can be used for a guitar plugged
into the Guitar In jack. Guitar effects are only available when you mix your guitar
signal directly to the XLR and Line/Headphone outputs along with your vocals.
The effects do not come out the Guitar Thru jack. Like the Vocal effects, the Guitar
effects settings are independently stored to each preset.
To bypass/enable the Guitar effect module:
1. Press the <Guitar> button. When the button is lit, the Guitar effects are
enabled. When the button is not lit, the Guitar effects are bypassed.
2. If you wish to store the newly enabled or bypassed state, press the <Store>
button and perform the preset storing procedure. See "Presets" on page 26
for further information on storing user presets.
To edit Guitar effect settings:
1. Press and hold the <Guitar> button for approximately 2 seconds. The button
will begin flashing and the LCD display will now display the Guitar effect’s
parameters.
2. Start strumming your guitar or use the Sound Check feature (see "Sound
Check" on page 19 for further information).
3. Turn the <DATA> encoder to audition and select the desired MOD TYPE.
4. Turn the <Edit 1>, <Edit 2>, and <Edit 3> knobs to refine the various
parameters until the desired effect is achieved.
5. Turn the <Edit 4> knob to adjust how much of the guitar reverb effect will be
applied to your guitar signal.
6. When finished, press the <Guitar> button to exit the Guitar menu.
7. To store the changes, press the <Store> button and perform the preset
storing procedure. See "Presets" on page 26 for further information on
storing user presets.
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Effects Bypass
During performance there will be times when you want to bypass all effects when
speaking to the audience between songs. The Live Harmony has a global Effects
Bypass which will bypass all Vocal and Guitar effects within the currently loaded
preset. Effects Bypass only bypasses specific Gold Channel effects (i.e., Pitch Correct,
Ambience, and Noise Gate).
To bypass/enable all Vocal effects:
1. Press and hold the <Up> footswitch until the LED above the footswitch lights
and the display reads, “EFFECTS BYPASSED”.
2. Press any footswitch or effect button to exit the Effects Bypass function and
re-enable the Vocal effects.
Anti-Feedback
The Live Harmony uses dbx AFS® (Advanced Feedback Suppression) to actively
monitor and kill feedback before it becomes a problem. In live situations where
feedback is possible, enable AFS by simply pressing the <Anti-Feedback>
button – the button will turn green, indicating the Anti-Feedback feature is active.
The Anti-Feedback button has three color coded states to let you know it’s working,
they are:
• Green LED
Indicates the AFS feature is enabled.
• Amber LED
Indicates AFS is actively notching feedback frequencies.
• Red LED
Indicates all AFS filters have been set. When all filters have been set and a new
feedback frequency occurs, AFS will release the first set AFS filter in order to
place it at the new feedback frequency location. AFS filters can be cleared by
simply pressing the <ANTI-FEEDBACK> button twice (once to disable
Anti-Feedback and again to re-enable it). AFS filters are also cleared when the
Live Harmony is power cycled.
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Sound Check
If you've ever tried adjusting vocal effects while singing then you know that it can be
difficult to properly judge the changes due to the fact that you can hear your own
voice inside your head. The Sound Check feature resolves this issue by allowing you
to record a vocal loop (pre-effects) that you can then playback through the Gold
Channel and Vocal effects. This provides an easy way to audition and fine-tune all
effect settings without having to sing into the microphone while making adjustments.
If you have your guitar connected to the Guitar In jack and wish to use the built-in
Guitar effects, you can also select to record your guitar using the Sound Check
feature, so you can dial in your guitar effects using the same easy method.
To use the Sound Check feature:
1. Press the <Sound Check> button. The display will read “RECORD PHRASE
(LEFT FOOTSWITCH)” and the <Down> footswitch LED will begin flashing.
2. Turn the Record Guitar feature on or off by turning the <Edit 2> knob.
3. Press the flashing <Down> footswitch to begin recording. The display will read
“RECORDING”.
4. When you are finished recording, press the <Down> footswitch again to stop
recording and begin playback of the Sound Check loop.
5. Proceed with editing effects as outlined in the section, "Vocal Effects" on page
16.
6. When you have finished making edits, press the <Sound Check> button to
exit and disable the Sound Check feature.
7. Store the preset to retain the changes. See "Presets" on page 26 for further
information on storing user presets.
NOTE: A loop recorded using Sound Check will be erased when the Sound
Check feature is exited or when the power is disconnected.
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Live Adapt™
Live Adapt analyzes your music using the internal microphone or Aux In jack then
dynamically adjusts the noise gate threshold (internal mic only), pitch and harmony
key, and delay/modulation effect tempo. When a guitar is connected to the Guitar In
jack, the guitar signal is analyzed for setting the proper key for harmonies and pitch
effects based on the chord progression played. The below table shows where each
Live Adapt option will analyze the signal from depending on the connections made
to the Vocalist Live Harmony.
No connection
made to Aux In or
Guitar In jack
Connection made
to Aux In jack
Connection made
to Guitar In jack
Connections
made to Aux In &
Guitar In jacks
Adaptive
Gate
Internal Mic
Feature Disabled
Internal Mic
Feature Disabled
Adaptive
Pitch
Internal Mic
Aux In
Guitar In
Guitar In
Adaptive
Harmony
Internal Mic
Aux In
Guitar In
Guitar In
Adaptive
Tempo
Internal Mic
Aux In
Internal Mic
Aux In
The Live Adapt options can be enabled and disabled independently in the Live Adapt
menu and then turned on and off globally with the Live Adapt button. When the
Live Adapt button is lit, any enabled Live Adapt options will be active. Following is a
description of each of the options available in the Live Adapt menu.
GATE
This parameter affects the noise gate located in the Gold Channel. This option has
two settings:
• Preset
With this option selected, the gate threshold will not adapt and will be set
according to the "GATE" parameter setting in the Gold Channel menu.
• Adapt
With this option selected, the audio analyzed by the internal microphone
is used in combination with the vocal microphone signal to modify the gate
threshold from its baseline “GATE” parameter setting in the Gold Channel
menu. When adaptive gate is enabled, the Live Harmony detects when the
dominant sound source is not close to the microphone, and more aggressively
gates the signal to reduce the amount of background noise leaking through the
vocal mic. As soon as the Live Harmony detects that someone is singing into
the vocal microphone, the gate is moved back to its baseline level to prevent
cutting out lower level vocal sounds.
One common problem with vocal processors occurs when a singer is playing
an acoustic guitar while using vocal effects, such as harmony or modulation.
When the singer stops singing but continues playing, the sound of the guitar
can leak through the vocal mic resulting in an unintended processed guitar
sound. Setting the gate high enough to prevent this can unfortunately result in
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lower vocals being cut out. To help minimize this problem, try setting the gate
to the highest setting that still passes your vocal at low levels, and then enable
the adaptive gate. When you stop singing, the gate threshold will increase, but
it will return to your nominal setting as soon as you resume singing.
NOTE: The adaptive gate sensing algorithm relies on comparing the vocal
microphone signal with the internal microphone inside the Live Harmony
case. When a connection is plugged into the Aux In jack, the internal
microphone is disconnected. As a result, the adaptive gate feature is disabled
when using the Aux In jack.
PITCH
This parameter affects any active Pitch effects in the FX menu as well as the Pitch
Correction located in the Gold Channel. It has two settings:
• Preset
With this option selected, the Pitch FX key will not adapt and will be
set according to the "KEY" parameter setting in the FX menu. The Pitch
Correction in the Gold Channel menu will use the chromatic scale to
determine notes to favor when correcting pitch.
• Adapt
With this option selected, the audio analyzed by Live Adapt is used to favor
notes that are present in the background music. The Pitch FX KEY setting will
still provide the baseline information for the effect, but will be modified to
better match the notes being detected by Live Adapt. If you don’t know the
key of the song, you can choose “Chromatic” for the Pitch FX KEY, and let the
Live Adapt feature choose the most likely notes to output. This setting will also
help Pitch Correction in the Gold Channel effects to favor notes detected in
the analyzed background music.
HARMONY
This parameter affects any active Harmony effects. It has two settings:
• Preset
With this option selected, the Harmony key will not adapt and will be set
according to the "KEY" parameter setting accessed when turning the KEY/
SCALE knob from the Preset screen.
• Adapt
With this option selected, the audio analyzed by Live Adapt is used to create
harmonies that match the overall key of the song. This option differs from
the Preset option in that the harmonies can change during the course of a
song as the adaptation senses changes in the song structure. It is best suited
for situations where the internal mic or Aux In signal consists of a mix of
instruments, for example when the Live Harmony is used on stage with a band,
or when connecting your guitar to the Guitar In jack.
TEMPO
This parameter affects any active delay or modulation Vocal effects. It has three
settings:
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• Preset
With this option selected, the tempo will not adapt and will be set according
to the "TEMPO" parameter setting in the Delay/FX menus.
• Wide
With this option selected, the audio analyzed by the internal microphone or
Aux In jack is used to modify the Delay/Modulation "TEMPO" parameter,
within a wide range around the currently set Delay/Modulation TEMPO setting.
With this option selected, the TEMPO will be allowed to vary between 2/3rds
and 4/3rds the rate of the currently set TEMPO – for example, a TEMPO setting
of 120 BPM would be allowed to vary between 80 BPM and 160 BPM.
• Narrow
With this option selected, the audio analyzed by the internal microphone or
Aux In jack is used to modify the Delay/Modulation "TEMPO" parameter,
within a narrow range around the currently set Delay/Modulation TEMPO
setting. The TEMPO will be allowed to vary between approximately 85% and
115% of the currently set TEMPO – for example, a TEMPO setting of 120 BPM
would be allowed to vary between about 102 BPM and about 138 BPM.
To enable/disable each Live Adapt option:
1. Press and hold the <Live Adapt> button for 2 seconds. The button will begin
flashing and the display will show the available Live Adapt options.
2. Use the corresponding <Edit> knobs to edit each option.
3. Press the <Live Adapt> button to exit.
To globally enable/disable Live Adapt:
1. Press the <Live Adapt> button. When the button is lit, the Live Adapt
feature is enabled.
NOTE: When using the Aux In jack with Live Adapt,you should audition the level
of the signal. Live Adapt will work best when this signal is strong, yet undistorted.
To test the Aux In signal level:
1. Go into the System menu by pressing the <System> button.
2. Press the <DATA> encoder three times to display page 4 of the System
menu and temporarily set the AUX parameter to MIX (instead of MUTE)
using the <Edit 3> knob.
3. You can now audition the feed to the Aux In jack. Ensure you are getting a
nice strong signal relative to the vocal and that you aren’t clipping the Aux
Input. If the vocal is much louder than the guitar, adjust the sending gains
accordingly until a similar Aux In level is acheived.
4. Once done, set the AUX parameter back to MUTE using the <Edit 3>
knob.
5. Press the <System> button to exit the System menu.
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Looper
The Live Harmony's built-in Phrase Looper allows you to record a vocal loop, record
infinite overdubs on the loop, and undo/redo overdubs during live performance.
The Looper is placed last in the signal chain. This allows all enabled effects to be
recorded with the loop and allows overdubs to be recorded with different effects
applied. The maximum allowable loop recording length is dependent upon whether
the Loop Undo function is enabled or disabled. See "Loop Undo" on page 38 for
further information on the Loop Undo feature.
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Looper Functions
To enable the Looper, press and hold the
<Down> footswitch. Once enabled, the
table at the bottom of the display will show
which Looper functions can be accessed by
pressing the corresponding footswitches, as
shown in the image to the right.
U01 PRESET 1
LOOPER READY
DOWN
RECORD
Harmo
ny Level
Voice 1
UP
A/B
EXIT
Voice 2
Key/Scale
To use the Looper:
1. Press and hold the <Down> footswitch for 2 seconds. “LOOPER READY”
will appear in the display and the <Down> footswitch LED will flash red,
indicating the Looper is ready to begin recording.
2. Press the <Down> footswitch to start recording. The <Down> footswitch
LED will light solid red and recording will begin, indicated by a recording
progress bar in the display.
3. When you are finished recording you can perform one of three functions, they
are:
A. Stop Recording & Immediately Start Loop Playback
Press the <Down> footswitch to set the loop end point and
immediately begin loop playback. Playback is indicated by a play progress
bar in the display.
B. Stop Recording & Start Playback Manually
Press the <Up> footswitch to set the loop end point – playback
will not be initiated. When you're ready to play the loop, press the
<Down> footswitch.
C. Clear the Loop & Record it Again
If you feel the loop needs to be re-recorded, press the <Up>
footswitch two times consecutively – holding it down for about 2
seconds on the second press (the first press will stop recording and the
second press will clear the loop). Now repeat steps 2 and 3.
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4. You can now record overdubs. To add an overdub, ensure the loop is playing. If it
is not, press the <Down> footswitch to initiate loop playback. Now press the
<Down> footswitch to start overdub recording. “OVERDUB” will appear in
the display.
5. To stop overdub recording, press the <Down> footswitch again. The loop will
continue playing, along with the newly recorded overdub.You now have the
option to undo the overdub or add another overdub, as described below.
A. Undo/Redo Overdub
Press and hold the <Down> footswitch for 2 seconds to undo the
overdub. If you perform the Undo function by accident, press and hold
the <Down> footswitch again to perform the Redo function and
retrieve the overdub.
NOTE: The Undo feature must be enabled in the System menu to
perform this action. See "Loop Undo" on page 38 for more
information.
B. Add Another Overdub
Repeat steps 4 and 5 to add further overdubs.
NOTE: Each time an overdub is added, the last overdub is merged with the
original loop and can no longer be undone using the Undo feature.
6. Press the <Up> footswitch to stop loop playback.
7. Press and hold the <Up> footswitch to clear the loop.
8. Press the <A/B> footswitch to exit Loop mode.
HINT: When recording overdubs, it is possible to change presets then
record loop overdubs with different effects applied. When in Loop mode, the
<Up>/<Down> footswitches are used for Looper control and therefore will
not change the preset.You can change the preset while looping by any one of the
following methods:
• Turn the <DATA> encoder,
• Exit Loop mode by pressing the <A/B> footswitch – any loop in memory will
remain there, and if the loop is currently playing, it will continue to play.
• For even more convenient preset switching while looping, add an optional FS3X
Footswitch for dedicated Looper control. For more information see "FS3X
Footswitch Control" on page 31.
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Guitar Tuner
Use the Live Harmony's built-in Tuner to quickly and easily tune your guitar.
To tune your guitar with the built-in Tuner:
1. Press and hold the <Up> footswitch for approximately 2 seconds or until the
Guitar Tuner appears in the LCD display and the LED above the footswitch
begins flashing.
2. Play an open string on your guitar. The detected note will be shown in the
middle of the LCD display and indicators will point you in the direction the
string needs to be tuned. Adjust the string’s pitch until the proper note is
displayed and the upward-facing arrow is pointed as close as possible to the
center line. Tune the remaining strings in the same manner.
3. Press any footswitch to exit the Guitar Tuner.
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Presets
The Live Harmony has 99 user presets and 99 factory presets. The type of preset
loaded can be identified by the letter preceding the preset number in the LCD
display. For example, "U01" would signify "User" preset 1 and "F04" would signify
"Factory" preset 4. From the factory, the user and factory presets are identical. The
difference is that factory presets cannot be overwritten and user presets are meant
to be overwritten.You can load and edit either a user or factory preset as a starting
point and then store it to a user preset location.
Any changes made to effect parameters – with the exception of the Gold Channel
effects – must be stored to a user preset to be retained. Changing these parameters
will cause the Store button to light, indicating that changes have been made to the
preset and must be stored. If the preset is changed or the unit is powered down
before the changes have been stored, the changes will be lost.
Presets can be selected using either the DATA encoder or the Up/Down
footswitches. Using the DATA encoder allows for quick navigation through presets,
while using the Up/Down footswitches navigate one preset at a time and provide
hands-free control.
Navigating between the user and factory presets is straightforward. When user
preset 99 is reached, advancing to the next preset up will select the first preset
of the factory preset bank. And when factory preset 99 is reached, advancing up
will select the first preset of the user preset bank. The same type of preset bank
navigation occurs when navigating downward through presets.
To select a preset with the DATA encoder:
1. From Preset mode (this is the normal operating mode), rotate the <DATA>
encoder clockwise to move up through presets.
2. Rotate the <DATA> encoder counter-clockwise to move down through
presets.
NOTE: Presets can load automatically or manually using the DATA encoder. See
"Preset Load" on page 37 for more information on this feature.
To select a preset with the UP/DOWN footswitches:
1. Press the <Up> footswitch to select the next preset up.
2. Press the <Down> footswitch to select the next preset down.
NOTE: Pressing and holding the <Up> or <Down> footswitches will perform
secondary functions assigned to these footswitches, as indicated by the screening
on the chassis.
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To store a preset:
1. Press the <Store> button. The Store button will begin flashing and the first
character of the preset’s name will now have a cursor under it.
2. If you do not wish to rename the preset, go to step 4. If you do wish to rename
the preset, turn the <Edit 4> (CHARACTER) knob to change the selected
character. Turn the <Edit 3> (CAPS) knob to change between upper and
lower case letters. Turn the <Edit 2> (MOVE) knob to insert and remove
spaces to the left of the selected character. The preset name can contain up to
16 characters.
3. Turn the <Edit 1> (POSITION) knob to move the cursor and select the
next character for editing. Using the four <Edit> knobs, continue making the
desired changes until the preset name is complete.
4. Press the <Store> button again. The display will read “STORE TO:”. If you do
not want to change the preset location, go to step 5. If you do want to change
the preset location, turn the <DATA> encoder to select the desired user
preset location. This process will overwrite the preset currently residing in the
selected location.
5. Press the <Store> button again to store the preset.
To copy a preset to another preset location:
1. Select the preset you would like to copy using the <DATA> encoder or
<Up>/<Down> footswitches.
2. Press the <Store> button. The Store button will begin flashing and the first
character of the preset’s name will now have a cursor under it.
3. Press the <Store> button again. The display will read “STORE TO:”. Turn
the <DATA> encoder to select the user preset location to copy the preset
to. This process will overwrite the preset currently residing in the selected
location.
4. Press the <Store> button again to store the preset.
HINT: Press any button or footswitch other than <Store> at any time during
the store procedure to cancel the operation.
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Preset A/B Parts
Each preset has two parts, referred to as “A” and “B”.Vocal effects can be
independently enabled or disabled in each part. This feature can be helpful for
applying different effects within a song without having to change presets, such as
enabling delays, distortion, or harmony effects on certain words or vocal phrases.
These parts are toggled using the A/B footswitch. The A/B footswitch can be
configured for Toggle, Momentary, or Auto operation. For information on configuring
the A/B footswitch, see "A/B Footswitch Configuration" on page 34.
To store A/B parts:
1. Select the desired preset using the <Up> and <Down> footswitches or the
<DATA> encoder.
2. Ensure part A is selected (indicated by the "A" LED above the A/B footswitch). If
it is not, press the <A/B> footswitch to select it.
3. Enable the Vocal effects you wish to use for part A by pressing their
corresponding buttons (e.g., <FX>, <Reverb>, etc.).
4. Press the <A/B> footswitch to switch to part B (indicated by the "B" LED
above the A/B footswitch). Enable the Vocal effects you wish to use for part B by
pressing their corresponding buttons (e.g., <Harmony 1>, <Delay>, etc.).
5. Now that both parts have been configured, store the preset by pressing the
<Store> button and following the store procedure. See "Presets" on page
26 for further information on storing presets.
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Set Lists
The Live Harmony lets you organize presets into groups called “Set Lists". A Set List
contains a group of up to twenty presets placed in any order, so you can easily step
through the presets you need to during a performance. There are five available Set
Lists: Favorites, Set List A, Set List B, Set List C, and Set List D. Pressing the <Set
List> button repeatedly will cycle through these Set Lists.
To create or edit a Set List:
1. Press the <Set List> button repeatedly until the desired Set List has been
selected.
2. Press and hold the <Set List> button to enter the selected Set List's edit
menu. The LCD display will display the Set List, with the first preset in the Set
List selected.
3. Turn the <Edit 4> knob to select the preset you would like to reside in slot 1.
4. Turn the <Edit 1> knob or press the <Up>/<Down> footswitches to select
the different preset slots in the Set List. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until all desired
presets have been assigned in the Set List.
5. To reorder presets in the Set List, turn the <Edit 1> knob to select the preset
you wish to move then turn the <Edit 2> knob to move the selected preset
up or down the list.
6. When finished editing the Set List, press the flashing <Set List> button to
exit. The Set List is now operational and will be identified in the LCD display
with a character placed before the preset number. Turn the <DATA> encoder
or press the <Up> and <Down> footswitches to navigate the presets in the
Set List.
7. To exit the selected Set List and return to Preset mode, press the <Set List>
button repeatedly until you just pass "Set List: D", and the leftmost character in
the LCD display reads "U" (user preset) or "F" (factory preset).
NOTE: Changes to Set Lists are automatically stored in the Live Harmony. Presets
can be edited and stored while using the Set List feature. However, it is important
to note that any changes made to a preset that is used in more than one Set List
will change the preset in all Set Lists.
To select a configured Set List for use:
1. Press the <Set List> button repeatedly until the desired Set List has been
selected. Set Lists can be identified by the character preceding the preset
number in the LCD display, these identifiers are: "*" = Favorites, "A" = Set List A,
"B" = Set List B, "C" = Set List C, and "D" = Set List D.
2. Once the Set List has been selected, use the <UP>/<Down> footswitches or
<DATA> encoder to navigate presets within the Set List.
3. To exit the selected Set List and return to Preset mode, press the <Set List>
button repeatedly until you just pass "Set List D", and the character preceding
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the preset number in the LCD display reads "U" (user preset) or "F" (factory
preset).
HINT: The Live Harmony provides an alternative way of quickly adding presets to
the Favorites Set List.
To quickly add a preset to the Favorites Set List:
1. From Preset mode, select the preset which you want to add to the Favorites
Set List.
2. Hold down the <Set List> button until the Favorites Set List is displayed
in the LCD display.You will notice that the selected preset was automatically
added to the next available empty slot in the list. Turn the <EDIT 2>
(MOVE) knob if you wish to change the location of the preset in the list.
3. Press the <Set List> button to exit the Favorites Set List edit menu.
4. The Favorites Set List is now operational and contains the added preset.
To exit the Favorites Set List and return to Preset mode, press the <Set
List> button repeatedly until you just pass "Set List: D", and the character
preceding the preset number in the LCD display reads "U" (user preset) or
"F" (factory preset).
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FS3X Footswitch Control
The footswitch functions in the Live Harmony are reassigned when the Looper
is enabled. This prevents changing presets and A/B status when controlling the
Looper functions. An optional DigiTech FS3X Footswitch can be used for full-time
Looper control, freeing up the Live Harmony footswitches to be used for full-time
preset navigation. This provides streamlined control and quick access to the Looper
functions.
FS3X Footswitch Looper Functions:
Mode Switch
Press this footswitch to
enable recording, playblack, or
overdub recording functions.
Press and hold to perform
overdub Undo/Redo
functions.
Down Switch
Press this footswitch to stop
playback or recording. Press and hold
to clear the loop and exit Looper
mode.
Up Switch
Not used.
NOTE: When using an FS3X Footswitch with the Live Harmony, the EP
(Expression Pedal) TYPE parameter in the System menu must be configured for
FS3X control (this is the default setting from the factory). See "EP (Expression
Pedal) Type" on page 39 for more information on EP TYPE parameter.
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Volume/Expression Pedal Control
The Live Harmony can accommodate a variety of expression pedals or a volume
pedal plugged into the Footswitch input jack for continuous control of various Vocal
effect parameters. The Live Harmony must be configured for volume/expression
pedal operation before an external controller can be used. For information on
configuring the Live Harmony for volume/expression pedal control and to see a full
list of controllable Vocal effect parameters, see "EP (Expression Pedal) Type" on
page 39 and "EP Parameter, Min, & Max" on page 41.
Volume Pedal:
To use a volume pedal for Live Harmony control, the pedal must meet the following
requirements:
• Must be a passive guitar volume pedal.
• Must offer a 1/4” TS cable connection and be connected using a TS cable.
• Must use a 250 kOhms or higher pot.
Expression Pedal:
To use an expression pedal for Live Harmony control, the pedal must meet the
following requirements:
• Must be a resistance-based expression pedal.
• Must offer a 1/4” TRS cable connection and be connected using a TRS cable.
• Must offer a minimum resistance of 10 kOhms.
NOTE: When powering on the Live Harmony with a volume or expression pedal
connected, it is advised to rock the pedal through its full range of motion after
power-up to ensure the state of the pedal position corresponds to the actual
effect setting in the Live Harmony.
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System Setup
The System menu is used to configure the Live Harmony for your application and
is accessed by pressing the <System> button. Pressing the <DATA> encoder
navigates the various pages within the System menu and turning the corresponding
<EDIT> knobs will edit the on-screen system parameters. This section of the
manual describes the available options in this menu and how to access and edit
them. Most of these parameters are global and do not require that you store them
to a preset. However, there are a couple of exceptions.
Out Pad
This system parameter adjusts the amount of output attenuation. By default, the
Out Pad is turned off and this will be the correct setting for most applications.
When enabled, the Out Pad can attenuate the output signal by up to 15dB in 1dB
increments. Use the Out Pad when connecting headphones to the Live Harmony or
whenever the outputs need to be attenuated to prevent input clipping of any device
the Live Harmony is connected to. Changing this parameter will affect the 1/4" and
XLR outputs.
To edit the OUT PAD setting:
1. Press the <System> button.
2. Turn the <Edit 1> knob to select the desired setting.
3. Press the flashing <System> button to exit the System menu.
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A/B Footswitch Configuration
Each preset has two parts, referred to as “A” and “B”.Vocal effects can be
independently enabled or disabled in each part. This feature can be helpful for
applying dynamic effects within a song without having to navigate presets, such as
enabling delays, distortion, or harmony effects on certain words or vocal phrases.
These parts are toggled using the A/B footswitch. The A/B menu item allows you to
configure how the A/B footswitch will operate. The selectable options are:
• Toggle With this option selected, A/B parts will toggle with each press of the A/B
footswitch.
• Momentary
With this option selected, part B will be selected for as long as the A/B
footswitch is held down. As soon as you lift your foot, part A will once again be
selected.
• Auto
With this option selected, the A/B footswitch can switch between "Toggle" and
"Momentary" operation on-the-fly. Quickly pressing the A/B footswitch will
toggle between A and B parts. If the A/B footswitch is pressed and held, the
switch will act as a momentary switch, switching back to the previous state
once released.
To change the A/B footswitch configuration setting:
1. Press the <System> button.
2. Turn the <Edit 2> knob to select the desired setting.
3. Press the flashing <System> button to exit the System menu.
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48 V Phantom Power
This system parameter enables 48 Volt phantom power on the XLR portion of the
Live Harmony Mic/Line In jack and should be enabled when connecting a condenser
microphone. Phantom power should be off when connecting a dynamic microphone,
ribbon microphone, or a condenser microphone which is powered using another
power source (such as an internal battery or external power supply). Failing to
turn off phantom power for certain microphones (such as ribbon mics or dynamic
mics connected using an unbalanced cable) can damage the microphone. If you are
unsure whether or not your microphone requires phantom power, consult the
microphone’s documentation or manufacturer.
To edit the 48 V setting:
1. Press the <System> button.
2. Turn the <Edit 3> knob to enable or disable phantom power.
3. Press the flashing <System> button to exit the System menu.
Stereo
When the STEREO parameter is turned on, the Live Harmony’s outputs will be
configured for stereo operation (this is the default setting). When the Stereo
parameter is turned off, the Live Harmony is configured for mono operation. When
configured for mono operation, all outputs will carry the same mono-summed signal.
The XLR outputs and 1/4” stereo output will be affected when changing this setting.
To edit the STEREO setting:
1. Press the <System> button.
2. Turn the <Edit 4> knob to turn Stereo on or off.
3. Press the flashing <System> button to exit the System menu.
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GTR XLR LVL
When connecting your guitar to the Guitar In jack, this system parameter adjusts
the guitar signal level fed to the Left, Right and Line outputs – the guitar signal fed
to the Guitar Thru jack is not affected by this parameter. Turn this parameter up
to use the built-in Guitar effects and pass your guitar signal to the Live Harmony's
outputs to be played through a PA system or headphones. Turn this parameter all
the way down if you plan to use your guitar signal for triggering harmony and pitch
generation only and use your own guitar rig for the performance.
NOTE: This parameter should be fully lowered when connecting the Guitar Thru
jack to your own guitar rig. This will prevent your guitar signal from being fed to
your guitar rig and the PA system simultaneaously, which could cause phase issues.
To edit the GTR XLR LVL setting:
1. Press the <System> button.
2. Press the <DATA> encoder once to navigate to page 2/6 within the System
menu.
3. Turn the <Edit 1> knob to adjust the setting.
4. Press the flashing <System> button to exit the System menu.
GTR Sensitivity
When connecting your guitar to the Guitar In jack, this system parameter adjusts
the guitar's incoming signal level. The selectable options are Low, Medium, and High.
To edit the GTR SENSITIVITY setting:
1. Press the <System> button.
2. Press the <DATA> encoder once to navigate to page 2/6 within the System
menu.
3. Turn the <Edit 3> knob to adjust the setting. Strum your guitar to test the
different settings and determine which setting works best with your guitar.
Good practice is to set the setting so the Guitar LED lights green regularly,
lights orange occasionally, but never lights red.
4. Press the flashing <System> button to exit the System menu.
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Preset Load
When selecting presets with the DATA encoder, this system parameter determines
whether Live Harmony presets are loaded using a one step or two step process. The
selectable options are:
• Auto
With this option selected, presets will automatically load as they are selected
with the <DATA> encoder.
• Manual
With this option selected, presets will require you to select the preset using
the <DATA> encoder then press the <DATA> encoder to manually load
the preset. This option is useful for eliminating accidental preset changes with
the DATA encoder. If you stop on a preset when using the Manual option
and don’t press the <DATA> encoder, the preset will revert back to the
currently active preset after approximately four seconds.
NOTE: The Preset Load parameter does not affect preset changes using the Up
and Down footswitches.
To edit the PRESET LOAD setting:
1. Press the <System> button.
2. Press the <DATA> encoder twice to navigate to page 3/6 within the System
menu.
3. Turn the <Edit 1> knob to select the desired setting.
4. Press the flashing <System> button to exit the System menu.
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Loop Undo
This system parameter is used to turn the Loop Undo function on and off. When
turned on, overdubs recorded using the Live Harmony’s built-in Phrase Looper can
be undone on-the-fly by simply pressing and holding the <Down> footswitch for 2
seconds.
To edit the LOOP UNDO setting:
NOTE: If you currently have a loop recorded, you must clear the loop before
changing the following setting. To clear a loop, enter Loop mode by pressing and
holding the <Down> footswitch. Now, press and hold the <Up> footswitch to
clear the loop.
1. Press the <System> button.
2. Press the <DATA> encoder twice to navigate to page 3/6 within the System
menu.
3. Turn the <Edit 3> knob to select the desired setting.
4. Press the flashing <System> button to exit the System menu.
NOTE: The Loop Undo option will determine the maximum allowable loop
recording length. The below table shows how this setting will affect the available
loop recording time.
Maximum Loop Recording Time
Loop Undo On
35 Seconds
Loop Undo Off
70 Seconds
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EP (Expression Pedal) Type
The Live Harmony Footswitch jack accommodates either the DigiTech FS3X
Footswitch for controlling the built-in Phrase Looper or an expression/volume
controller for controlling various effect parameters. The EP TYPE parameter is a
global system parameter and does not require you to store any change made to it.
The selectable options are:
• FS3X
Select this option when connecting an optional DigiTech FS3X Footswitch for
full-time Phrase Looper control. This is the default setting from the factory.
• Volume
Select this option to use a volume controller to control Vocal effect
parameters.
• EV5
Select this option to use a Roland® EV-5 volume controller to control Vocal
effect parameters.
• FC7
Select this option to use a Yamaha® FC-7 expression controller to control
Vocal effect parameters.
• EX1
Select this option to use a Line6® EX-1 expression controller to control Vocal
effect parameters.
To edit the EP TYPE setting:
1. Press the <System> button.
2. Press the <DATA> encoder three times to navigate to page 4/6 within the
System menu.
3. Turn the <Edit 1> knob to select the desired setting.
4. Press the flashing <System> button to exit the System menu.
NOTE: The Live Harmony can use either a standard passive guitar volume pedal
(using a 1/4” TS cable connection) or a resistance-based expression pedal (using
a 1/4” TRS cable connection). If using a standard guitar volume pedal, it should
use a 250 kOhms or higher pot. If using an expression pedal, it must offer a TRS
connection and offer a minimum resistance of 10 kOhms.
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Aux In Configuration
The AUX system parameter determines whether or not the audio signal from the
Aux In jack will be sent to the outputs. The selectable options are:
• Mute
Selecting this option will mute the Aux In signal so that you will not hear it in
the Live Harmony's outputs. Select this option to use the Aux In jack with Live
Adapt.
• Mix
Selecting this option will mix the Aux In signal with the processed vocal signal
at the Live Harmony’s output stage. Select this option when you wish to
monitor the signal plugged into the Aux In jack, such as when connecting a
portable music player.
To edit the AUX setting:
1. Press the <System> button.
2. Press the <DATA> encoder three times to navigate to page 4/6 within the
System menu.
3. Turn the <Edit 3> knob to select the desired setting.
4. Press the flashing <System> button to exit the System menu.
NOTE: Whenever the Aux In jack is connected to an audio source, it will be used
for Live Adapt features instead of the internal microphone.
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EP Parameter, Min, & Max
These system parameters select which vocal effect parameter you would like to
control using an optional volume or expression pedal and set the min and max
settings for the pedal's toe up and toe down positions. These parameters are not
global parameters and do require you to store them to a preset in order to be
retained.
• EP Param
This option selects which vocal effect parameter will be controlled via a
connected volume or expression pedal. A list of available parameters can be
found in the table at the end of this section.
• Min
This parameter sets the minimum allowable value for the volume or
expression pedal’s toe up position.
• Max
This parameter sets the maximum allowable value for the volume or
expression pedal’s toe down position.
To edit the EP PARAM, MIN, and MAX settings:
1. Press the <System> button.
2. Press the <DATA> encoder four times to navigate to page 5/6 within the
System menu.
3. Turn the <Edit 1> knob to select the effect parameter you wish to control.
4. Turn the <Edit 3> knob to select the desired MIN setting and the <Edit 4>
knob to select the desired MAX setting
5. Press the flashing <System> button to exit the System menu.
6. To store the changes, press the <Store> button and perform the preset
storing procedure. See "Presets" on page 26 for further information on
storing user presets.
NOTE: For maximum flexibility when performing, the EP Parameter controls in
the System menu are stored as part of the current preset. This allows you to
control different effect parameters or change the min/max limits depending on
the preset. Remember to store any changes made to the EP parameters to the
corresponding preset using the <Store> button.
Vocal Effect Parameters Available for Expression Pedal Control
EP Parameter
Minimum Selectable Value
Maximum Selectable Value
Harmony Amount
0
99
Harmony Voicing 1
8D
8U
Harmony Voicing 2
8D
8U
Harmony Gain 1
-12
12
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Vocal Effect Parameters Available for Expression Pedal Control
EP Parameter
Minimum Selectable Value
Maximum Selectable Value
Harmony Gain 2
-12
12
Harmony Gender 1
M50
F50
Harmony Gender 2
M50
F50
Harmony Pan 1
-99
99
Harmony Pan 2
-99
99
Harmony Humanize 1
0
99
Harmony Humanize 2
0
99
Double Amount
0
99
Double Detune
-50
50
Double Humanize
0
99
Double Correct
0
99
Pitch FX Level
0
99
Pitch Gender
M50
F50
Pitch Shift
-12
12
DistFilt Amount
0
99
DistFilt Filter
0
99
DistFilt Distortion
0
99
Mod Amount
0
99
Mod Shape
0
99
Mod Speed
Slow
8x
Delay Amount
0
99
Delay Repeats
0
99
Delay Speed
1x
Slap 3
Tempo (BPM)
60
300
Reverb Amount
0
99
Reverb Tone
-50
50
Reverb PreDelay
0
99
Reverb Tail
0
99
Guitar Mod Amount
0
99
Guitar Mod Shape
0
99
Guitar Mod Speed
Slow
8x
Guitar Rvb Amount
0
99
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Factory Reset
This system parameter resets all system settings and user presets to their factory
default state.
WARNING! Performing the Factory Reset procedure will delete stored presets. It
is recommended that you backup presets using the Vocalist Live Librarian preset
management software before performing this procedure.
To initiate the Factory Reset procedure:
1. Press the <System> button.
2. Press the <DATA> encoder five times to navigate to page 6/6 within the
System menu.
3. Turn the <Edit 1> knob to initiate the Factory Reset procedure.
4. You will receive a confirmation prompt. Turn the corresponding <Edit> knob
to make your selection; "Yes" to proceed with Factory Reset, "No" to cancel
the procedure. If confirmed, the Factory Reset procedure will be performed
then the LCD display will return to displaying the currently loaded preset.
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The Effects & Parameters
The Live Harmony signal path is a serial chain of 7 vocal effect modules, which
correspond to the 7 buttons along the top of the Live Harmony’s user interface –
the Guitar button (the 8th button along the top of the interface) does not process
the vocal signal, but rather the guitar signal present at the Guitar In jack.
The “Gold Channel” effect module is the first module in the signal chain and
comprises a grouping of 8 channel strip style effects (Tube Warmth, Compressor,
Noise Gate, Low Cut, EQ, De-Esser, Ambience, and Pitch Correction). These Gold
Channel effects provide the sonic foundation for your vocal sound and are used
globally for all presets.
The remaining 7 effect modules (Harmony 1, Harmony 2, Double, FX, Delay, Reverb,
and Guitar) are all programmable within each preset. This section of the manual
describes each of these effects, their associated parameters, and tips for dialing
in these parameters. If you are unsure how to navigate menus and edit the effect
parameters, see "Operating The Live Harmony" on page 14.
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To enter the Gold Channel menu, press and hold the <Gold Channel> button for
2 seconds.
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Available parameters:
• TYPE
This parameter can be seen in the LCD display after entering the Gold
Channel menu and is controlled using the <DATA> encoder. These "Types"
are preconfigured Gold Channel presets which can initially get you closer to
the sound you're after. Once a Type has been selected, you can then edit the
Gold Channel parameters to fine-tune the effects to taste. These Types can be
reset to the factory default settings after being modified. See "Gold Channel
Effects" on page 14 for further information on resetting Types. The
following table provides a description of each Type option.
Gold Channel Type Option
Description
Bypass
All Gold Channel effects are bypassed.
Standard
Standard settings that should sound good for most
voices.
Std No Gate
Standard with no gate.
Std More Comp
Standard with more compression.
Std No Corr
Standard with no pitch correction.
Less Boom
Standard with low band EQ attenuation.
Power Vocal
Standard, EQ modified to give a boost around 1.5 kHz.
Clarity
Standard with more gain on high band.
Smile
Standard with classic smile EQ curve (i.e., low and high
frequencies boosted).
Breathy
Helps to enhance a breathy singer by enhancing the
frequencies near 8 kHz.
Presence
Gives a boost near 5 kHz to increase presence of vocal.
Metal
Boost at 500 Hz and high band gain.
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Warmth
2
Warmth adds varying amounts of tube saturation to your vocals. Use Warmth when
your vocals require some additional grit, warmth, and character.
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Available parameter:
• WARMTH (0-99)
This parameter adjusts the amount of tube saturation applied, with 0 being the
minimum (no effect) and 99 being the maximum.
To dial in the Warmth effect:
1. Sing into the microphone (or use the Sound Check feature, see "Sound Check"
on page 19) and raise the WARMTH parameter until the desired effect level
is achieved.
NOTE: The Warmth effect becomes more noticeable as your vocal level increases.
To properly set the desired Warmth amount, make sure your microphone gain is
set correctly and that your auditioning vocal passage contains sections that are
loud enough to enable you to hear the effect at its most prominent.
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Compressor
2
The Compressor helps tame loud vocal passages while raising lower ones, so your
vocal’s dynamic range will “sit” better in the mix. Use it to even out your vocals for
that up-front, professional vocal sound.
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Available parameter:
• COMP (0-99)
This parameter adjusts how much compression will be applied, with 0 being
the minimum (no effect) and 99 being the maximum.
To dial in the Compressor:
1. Sing into the microphone (or use the Sound Check feature, see "Sound Check"
on page 19) and raise the COMP parameter until the desired effect level
is achieved. It may help to adjust this parameter while the band is playing to
determine how much of the effect is required.
NOTE: The compressor automatically adjusts make-up gain. This eliminates the
need for a make-up gain control and makes the compressor easier to set.
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Harmony
Pitch Correction
2
Pitch Correction is used to correct notes which are sung slightly out of pitch. For
example, if you’re singing a C, and it’s a little flat (but not quite B), pitch correction
alters the note so that a more precise C is heard through the sound system.
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Pitch Correction can also adapt to changes using the Live Adapt feature. When
the PITCH parameter in the Live Adapt menu is set to "Adapt", Pitch Correction
will automatically adapt so that it prefers notes that are present in the background
music. Otherwise, it will use the chromatic scale for determining which notes to
favor when correcting pitch.
Available parameter:
• CORRECT (0-99)
This parameter adjusts how much pitch correction will occur, with 0 being the
minimum (no effect) and 99 being the maximum.
To dial in Pitch Correction:
1. Sing into the microphone (or use the Sound Check feature, see "Sound Check"
on page 19) and raise the CORRECT parameter until the effect becomes
just a little too noticeable.
2. Now back it off slightly until a more natural sound is achieved.
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Ambience
2
Ambience adds a subtle “sense of space” to your vocal sound, without pushing it
back in the mix or standing out as an effect like reverb typically can. Think of the
Ambience effect as the initial “early reflections” of a small space.
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Available parameter:
• AMBNCE (0-99)
This parameter adjusts how much of the Ambience effect will be added to
your vocals, with 0 being the minimum (no effect) and 99 being the maximum.
To dial in the Ambience effect:
1. Sing into the microphone (or use the Sound Check feature, see "Sound Check"
on page 19) and raise this parameter until the desired amount of ambience
is achieved. For best results, set the AMBNCE parameter so that you just begin
to hear the effect.
NOTE: Ambience and Reverb interact with one another so that when the Reverb
level is louder, Ambience is effectively not heard. When Reverb level is very low or
the Reverb effect is off, the Ambience effect becomes more prominent.
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EQ
2
The 3-band EQ shapes the tone of your vocals. It provides low, midrange, and high
band filters with sweepable midrange frequency control.
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Voice 2
Key/Scale
Available parameters:
• LOW (-12 dB-+12 dB)
This parameter adjusts the gain of the low frequency shelving filter and can be
used to fix a “muddy” vocal sound (using EQ cut) or make thin sounding vocals
sound more full (using EQ boost). This is a low shelf filter with a fixed corner
frequency at 400Hz.
• MID (-12 dB-+12 dB)
This parameter adjusts the gain of the midrange frequency peaking filter and
is used for altering the midrange frequencies of your vocal sound. The center
frequency of this filter is sweepable using the MIDFREQ parameter.
• MIDFREQ (300 Hz-2 kHz)
This parameter works hand-in-hand with the MID parameter. It is used to
select the desired center frequency of the mid EQ filter, which determines the
range of frequencies altered when adjusting the MID parameter.
• HIGH (-12 dB-+12 dB)
This parameter adjusts the gain of the high frequency shelving filter and is used
for making your voice sound duller (EQ cut) or brighter (EQ boost). This is a
high shelf filter with a fixed corner frequency at 3kHz.
To dial in the EQ:
1. Sing into the microphone (or use the Sound Check feature, see "Sound Check"
on page 19) and determine which frequency range needs to be adjusted. Is
the vocal dull sounding? Then raise the HIGH parameter. Is it muddy sounding?
Then lower the LOW parameter. Does the vocal sound indistinct? Try raising
the MID parameter. Does the vocal sound honky or harsh? Try lowering the
MID parameter and use the MIDFREQ parameter to zero in on the offending
range of frequencies.
2. When adjusting the MID parameter, it helps to first apply an audible amount of
boost then sweep the MIDFREQ parameter until you hear the frequency range
which requires adjustment. Once the frequency range has been determined,
adjust the MID parameter until the desired frequency response is achieved.
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De-Esser
2
The De-Esser tames excessively harsh consonant sounds, referred to as “sibilance”.
A de-esser is a frequency selective compressor which is triggered only by the
offending sibilant frequencies (between about 5-10 kHz). If you’re experiencing
sibilance issues and your vocals sound too dull when lowering the sibilant
frequencies with EQ, try using the De-Esser instead.
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Voice 2
Key/Scale
Available parameter:
• DE-ESS (0-99)
This parameter adjusts the amount of de-essing which will occur, with 0 being
the minimum (no effect) and 99 being the maximum.
To dial in the De-Esser:
1. Sing into the microphone (or use the Sound Check feature, see "Sound Check"
on page 19) and raise the DE-ESS parameter until the sibilant sounds
become less prominent (make some “ssssss” sounds in the mic to better hear
the affect of the de-esser processing).
2. Fine-tune by ear, ensuring you do not over de-ess, identified by the introduction
of a lisp or an overly dull sounding vocal.
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Noise Gate
2
The Noise Gate removes non-vocal signals from passing through the Live Harmony
when you are not singing. This can help clean up the mix and help prevent feedback.
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Available parameter:
• GATE (0-99)
This parameter allows you to set the Noise Gate’s threshold, with 0 being the
highest threshold and 99 being the lowest threshold. In other words, a lower
setting will allow the Noise Gate to open for lower level signals and a higher
setting will require a louder signal to open the Noise Gate. When the adaptive
"GATE" option is enabled in the Live Adapt menu, the Adapt icon A will
appear next to this parameter and the parameter will adapt as the surrounding
conditions change.
To dial in the Noise Gate:
1. Sing into the microphone (or use the Sound Check feature, see "Sound Check"
on page 19) and raise the GATE parameter until the Noise Gate begins
cutting off the beginning and/or end of your vocal phrases.
2. Now back it off slightly until the beginning and end of your vocal phrases return
and the Noise Gate opens and closes correctly.
3. You can take noise gate control a step further by enabling the adaptive "GATE"
feature in the Live Adapt menu. This will allow the gate threshold to adapt to
the surrounding conditions and further prevent leakage into the vocal mic. For
information on using Live Adapt, see "Live Adapt™" on page 20.
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Low Cut Filter
2
The Low Cut Filter (also known as a high pass filter) prohibits excessively low
frequencies (below the usual range of a vocal signal) from passing through the vocal
microphone. These excessively low frequencies generally don’t add anything to the
vocal’s sound and, when removed, can help with preventing the low end of the mix
from becoming "muddy". The cutoff frequency of the Low Cut Filter is fixed at 75Hz.
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Available parameter:
• LO CUT (Off, On)
This parameter turns the Low Cut Filter on and off.
To dial in the Low Cut Filter:
1. In some applications it may be difficult to hear this filter, but in most cases it
will be beneficial to go ahead and enable it. If you do want to audition the effect,
sing into the microphone (or use the Sound Check feature, see "Sound Check"
on page 19) and turn the Low Cut Filter on.
2. Determine if your voice sounds audibly thinner. You can toggle the Low Cut
Filter on and off to further audition the filter. Unless the Low Cut Filter has an
adverse effect on your vocal sound, leave it enabled.
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Harmony 1 & 2
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Harmony
2
2
Harmony 1 and 2 are used to create the effect of having backup singers singing
harmonies. The Live Harmony adds up to two harmony voices to your lead vocal.
Each Harmony effect is independently adjustable. Common Harmony parameters
can then be edited by turning the knobs from the Preset screen, providing quick
access to overall Harmony level, voicings, and key/scale. Changes made to the
Harmony effects need to be stored to a preset for later recall.
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Available parameters:
• VOICING
This parameter allows you to set the desired harmony voice interval. The
below table provides a description of each option. Note that the Voicing
parameters for both Harmony effects can be accessed from each effect
module's edit menu or, for quicker access, they can be adjusted from the
Preset screen using the VOICE 1 and VOICE 2 knobs, see the next page for
further details.
Harmony Voicing Option
Description
8D, 5D, 3D, 3U, 5U, 8U
Each option indicates the voice interval
and whether the harmony is above (U) or
below (D) the source note. For example,
8D represents a harmony voice an 8th
interval (or one octave) below the source.
The 3U option represents a harmony voice
a 3rd interval above the source.
• GAIN (-12 dB-+12 dB)
This parameter adjusts the Harmony effect mix level, with 0 being the
minimum (no effect applied) and 99 being the maximum amount of effect
applied.
• GENDER (M50, Off, F50)
This parameter is used to amplify the natural gender that is applied to the
harmony voices. As GENDER is turned towards F50, voices become more
female sounding. As GENDER is turned towards M50, voices become more
male sounding. Selecting the "Off" option in the middle bypasses the Gender
portion of the effect.
• PAN (-99-+99)
This parameter places the harmonies in the stereo field, with -99 representing
the full left stereo position, 0 representing center, and 99 being the full right
stereo position.
• HUMANIZE (0-99)
This parameter adjusts the timing of the harmony voices to make them sound
more realistic and more distinct from the source signal, with 0 being the
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minimum (harmonies are perfectly timed with the lead voice) and 99 being the
maximum (harmonies are very loosely timed with the lead voice).
• AMOUNT (0-99)
This parameter adjusts the level of both Harmony effects simultaneously and is
accessed by turning the HARMONY LEVEL knob from the Preset screen (see
below).
• KEY (A maj-G# min)
This parameter sets the harmony key/scale when Live Adapt is not used and is
accessed by turning the KEY/SCALE knob from the Preset screen (see below).
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The below image shows the four Harmony parameters available by adjusting the
knobs from the Preset screen.
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5D
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Voice 1
Edit 1
Edit 2
Knob
Knob
To dial in the Harmony effect:
Voice 2
Edit 3
Knob
Key/Scale
Edit 4
Knob
1. Sing into the microphone (or use the Sound Check feature, see "Sound Check"
on page 19).
2. Press the <HARMONY 1> button to enable the first harmony voice – the
button will light when the voice is active.
3. From the Preset screen, turn the <HARMONY LEVEL> knob and ensure
the AMOUNT parameter is set high enough to hear the Harmony effect (a
setting of between 60-70 should work well).
4. By default, the Harmony Live Adapt feature is enabled. This feature automatically
adapts the Harmony key/scale to musical changes in your performance using the
internal mic, Aux In jack, or Guitar In jack. If you want to manually set the key/
scale, you will need to diable this feature, see "Live Adapt™" on page 20
for further information. From the Preset screen, you can then turn the <KEY/
SCALE> knob to select the desired key/scale for the harmony to follow.
NOTE: If Live Adapt Harmony is enabled in the Live Adapt menu you can still
set a key/scale but the Live Adapt feature will override this setting as long as
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5. Press and hold the <HARMONY 1> button to edit the parameters for the
first harmony voice.
6. Using the <DATA> encoder, select the desired harmony VOICING.
7. Adjust the HUMANIZE parameter until the desired amount of separation and
realism is achieved.
8. Adjust the GENDER parameter to determine the amount of gender effect to
apply to the harmony voice or set it to "Off" for no gender effect.
9. If listening in stereo, adjust the PAN parameter to place the generated harmony
in the stereo field.
10. Fine-tune the GAIN parameter until the harmony effect blends well with the
lead vocal. If the desired mix cannot be achieved, try exiting the Harmony menu
and adjust the harmony AMOUNT parameter by turning the <HARMONY
LEVEL> knob.
11. For two-part harmony, repeat this process for the second harmony voice using
the <HARMONY 2> button.
HINT: From the Preset screen, turn the four knobs below the LCD display to
quickly adjust the overall harmony level, voice 1 and voice 2 intervals, and the
desired key/scale.
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Double
2
Doubling is used to thicken your vocal sound and create the effect of additional
singers singing in unison. Changes made to the Double effect need to be stored to a
preset for later recall.
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Available parameters:
• TYPE
This parameter selects which type of doubler effect you would like to use. The
following table provides a description of each option.
Double Type Option
Description
1 Voice Time
Time and phase decoupling with 1 voice.
2 Voice Time
Time and phase decoupling with 2 voices.
1 Voice Pitch
Pitch and phase decoupling with 1 voice.
2 Voice Pitch
Pitch and phase decoupling with 2 voices.
1 V Pitch-Time
Pitch, time, and phase decoupling with 1 voice.
2 V Pitch-Time
Pitch, time, and phase decoupling with 2 voices.
Detune
Fixed detune decoupling using 2 voices (up and down).
Old School
Fixed detune and fixed delay decoupling using 2 voices (up and
down).
Better Half
Time and phase decoupling with 1 voice along with some pitch
correction.
• AMOUNT (0-99)
This parameter adjusts the Double effect's mix level, with 0 being the minimum
(no effect applied) and 99 being the maximum amount of effect applied.
• DETUNE (-50-+50)
This parameter allows you to detune or uptune the doubled voice(s), with
-50 being the maximum amount of flat detuning and 50 being the maximum
amount of sharp detuning.
• HUMANIZE (0-99)
This parameter adjusts the timing of the doubled voices to make them sound
more realistic and more distinct from the source signal, with 0 being the
minimum (doubled voices are perfectly timed with the lead voice) and 99 being
the maximum (doubled voices are very loosely timed with the lead voice).
• CORR (0-99)
This parameter adjusts how much pitch correction will be applied to the
doubled voice(s), with 0 being the minimum (no effect) and 99 being the
maximum.
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To dial in the Double effect:
1. Press and hold the <DOUBLE> button to enter the edit menu.
2. Sing into the microphone (or use the Sound Check feature, see "Sound Check"
on page 19) and ensure the AMOUNT parameter is set high enough to hear
the effect.
3. Using the <DATA> encoder, select the desired doubling voice TYPE.
4. If you would like to detune or uptune the doubled voice(s), adjust the DETUNE
parameter for the desired effect.
5. Adjust the HUMANIZE parameter until the desired amount of distinction and
realism is achieved.
6. If you want to apply pitch correction to the doubled voice(s), adjust the CORR
parameter until the desired effect is achieved.
7. Fine-tune the AMOUNT parameter until the desired effect balance is achieved.
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Pitch FX
2
The Pitch effects are located in the FX module and provide far-out pitch shifting
effects, including Note Hammer, the popular over-the-top synthetic pitch correction
effect heard in modern Pop and Hip-Hop recordings. The Pitch effects consist of
three different parameter components: TYPE, GENDER, and SHIFT. Each of these
components work independently of each other. Changes made to the Pitch effect
need to be stored to a preset for later recall.
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Voice 2
Key/Scale
Available parameters:
• TYPE
This parameter allows you to select which type of pitch effect you would like
to use. The following table provides a description of each option.
Pitch Type Option
Description
Note Hammer
Over-the-top synthetic pitch correction
effect.
Robo Hammer
Note Hammer with a robot effect.
Reso Hammer
Note Hammer with a resonator effect.
Resobo Hammer
Note Hammer with a resonator and robot
effect.
Space Hammer
Note Hammer with a resonator effect and
pitch sync modulation.
Alien Hammer
Note Hammer with some pitch sync
modulation and some formant shift.
Pixel Hammer
Note Hammer with a pixel effect.
Growl Hammer
Note Hammer with growl (i.e., you get
some growl when you start to sing louder).
Mod Hammer 20
Note Hammer with pitch sync modulation
= 2 pitch periods.
Mod Hammer 25
Note Hammer with pitch sync modulation
= 2.5 pitch periods.
Mod Hammer 30
Note Hammer with pitch sync modulation
= 3 pitch periods.
Mod Hammer 35
Note Hammer with pitch sync modulation
= 3.5 pitch periods.
Mod Hammer 40
Note Hammer with pitch sync modulation
= 4 pitch periods.
Mod Hammer 50
Note Hammer with pitch sync modulation
= 5 pitch periods.
Mod Hammer 60
Note Hammer with pitch sync modulation
= 6 pitch periods.
Mod Hammer 70
Note Hammer with pitch sync modulation
= 7 pitch periods.
Mod Hammer 80
Note Hammer with pitch sync modulation
= 8 pitch periods.
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Pitch Type Option
Description
Robo
Robot type effect with no pitch correction.
Reso
Resonator effect with no pitch correction.
Resobo
Robot and resonator with no pitch
correction.
Space
Resonator and pitch sync modulation.
Alien
Pitch sync modulation and formant shift.
Pixel
Pixel effect.
Growl
Emulates growl at loud onsets.
Mod 20
Pitch sync modulation = 2 pitch periods.
Mod 25
Pitch sync modulation = 2.5 pitch periods.
Mod 30
Pitch sync modulation = 3 pitch periods.
Mod 35
Pitch sync modulation = 3.5 pitch periods.
Mod 40
Pitch sync modulation = 4 pitch periods.
Mod 50
Pitch sync modulation = 5 pitch periods.
Mod 60
Pitch sync modulation = 6 pitch periods.
Mod 70
Pitch sync modulation = 7 pitch periods.
Mod 80
Pitch sync modulation = 8 pitch periods.
• FX LVL (0-99)
This parameter adjusts how much of the selected pitch effect TYPE will be
added to your vocals, with 0 being the minimum (no effect) and 99 being the
maximum. Note that the SHIFT and GENDER parameters will not be affected
by this control.
• KEY (Chromatic, Scalic)
Determines whether the selected pitch effect follows chromatic scaling
(irrespective of key or scale being sung) or if it uses diatonic shifting and
follows the KEY set for the harmonies.You can set this parameter manually or
enable the adaptive "PITCH" feature in the Live Adapt menu. When adaptive
PITCH is enabled, the Adapt icon A will appear next to this parameter and
the parameter will adapt as the detected music key changes. For information
on using Live Adapt, see "Live Adapt™" on page 20. The following table
provides a description of each available KEY option.
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Pitch Key Option
Description
Chromatic
The algorithm will use the chromatic scale
to determine pitch.
Scalic
The algorithm will use the key set for the
harmonies to determine pitch. When this
option is selected, the set harmony key will
be displayed in the LCD display above the
KEY parameter). For information on setting
the harmony key, see "Harmony 1 & 2"
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• GENDER (M50, Off, F50)
This parameter is used to amplify the natural gender that is applied to the
harmony voices. As GENDER is turned towards F50, voices become more
female sounding. As GENDER is turned towards M50, voices become more
male sounding. Selecting the "Off" option in the middle bypasses the Gender
portion of the effect. Note that this parameter is not affected by the FX LVL
parameter.
• SHIFT (-12-+12)
This parameter determines the amount of transposition applied to the input
signal, with negative numbers representing downward pitch transposition and
positive numbers representing upward pitch transposition. Note that this
parameter is not affected by the FX LVL parameter.
To dial in Pitch FX:
1. Press and hold the <FX> button to enter the edit menu.
2. Sing into the microphone (or use the Sound Check feature, see "Sound Check"
on page 19) and raise the FX LVL parameter so you can hear the effect.
3. Select one of the Pitch FX effects using the <DATA> encoder.
4. Select the desired KEY option. If you want the key to follow chromatic scaling,
select the "Chromatic" option. If you want the key to be set the same as the
Harmony KEY, set the Pitch FX KEY to the "Scalic" setting.
5. If you want the Pitch FX KEY to adapt as the music changes, enable the adaptive
"PITCH" feature in the Live Adapt menu. For information on using Live Adapt,
see "Live Adapt™" on page 20.
6. Adjust the GENDER parameter to determine the amount of gender effect to
apply or set it to "Off" for no gender effect.
7. Adjust the SHIFT parameter to transpose the signal's pitch up or down.
8. Fine-tune the FX LVL parameter until the desired effect level is achieved. Note
that the GENDER and SHIFT portions of the effect will not be affected by the
FX LVL parameter.
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Distortion/Filter
2
The Distortion/Filter effects are located in the FX module and can be used to
add distortion to your vocals, create lo-fi effects, or create special effects, such as
emulating a megaphone. Changes made to the Distortion/Filter effect need to be
stored to a preset for later recall.
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Voice 2
Key/Scale
Available parameters:
• TYPE
This parameter allows you to select which type of distortion/filter effect you
would like to use. The following table provides a description of each option.
Distortion/Filter Type Option
Description
Megaphone 1
Classic megaphone.
Megaphone 2
Small megaphone.
Megaphone 3
Large megaphone.
Radio 1
AM Radio.
Radio 2
Old transistor radio.
Radio 3
Radio in next room.
Phone 1
Cell phone.
Phone 2
8-bit satellite phone.
Ripped Amp 1
Ripped speaker in amp.
Ripped Amp 2
Modified ripped speaker in amp.
Bit Crusher 1
Linear 8-bit quantization.
Bit Crusher 2
Linear 6-bit quantization.
Distortion 1
Feedback resistant distortion.
Half Wave Rect
Half wave rectification.
Full Wave Rect
Full wave rectification.
• AMOUNT (0-99)
This parameter adjusts the Distortion/Filter effect's mix level, with 0 being
the minimum (no effect applied) and 99 being the maximum amount of effect
applied.
• ROUTING
This parameter selects which part of the signal will be affected by the
Distortion/Filter effect and provides the following three options:
Lead
When this option is selected, the Distortion/Filter effect is applied to the
lead voice only.You will hear distortion/filtering on the lead voice and the
delay voices which are driven from the lead. The Distortion/Filter effect
will not be applied to harmony or doubled voices.
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Delay
When this option is selected, the Distortion/Filter effect is applied to the
delayed vocal only (the Delay effect must be enabled to hear this option).
All
When this option is selected, the Distortion/Filter effect will be applied to
the lead vocal, delay, harmony, and doubled voices.
• FILTER (0-99)
This parameter adjusts the characteristics of the band-pass filter. The change in
filter frequencies from 0 to 99 will depend on the currently selected distortion
TYPE.
• DISTORT (0-99)
This parameter adjusts the amount of distortion introduced into the signal
path, with 0 being the minimum (no effect) and 99 being the maximum.
To dial in the Distortion/Filter effect:
1. Press and hold the <FX> button to enter the edit menu.
2. Sing into the microphone (or use the Sound Check feature, see "Sound Check"
on page 19).
3. Select one of the Dist/Filter effects using the <DATA> encoder.
4. Ensure the AMOUNT parameter is set high enough to hear the effect.
5. Adjust the ROUTING parameter to select which part of the signal will be
processed by the Distortion/Filter effect.
6. Toggle through the Distortion/Filter TYPEs, using the <DATA> encoder, until
you find the desired TYPE.
7. Adjust the DISTORT parameter for the desired amount of distortion.
8. If you wish to change the characteristics of the distorted sound, try adjusting
the FILTER parameter to emphasize different frequencies.
9. Fine-tune the AMOUNT parameter until the desired effect balance is achieved.
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Modulation
2
The Modulation effects are located in the FX module and are great for adding
motion and depth to your vocal sound and include effects like flanging, chorusing,
and vibrato. Changes made to the Modulation effects need to be stored to a preset
for later recall.
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Voice 2
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Available parameters:
• TYPE
This parameter selects which type of modulation effect you would like to use.
The following table provides a description of each option.
Modulation Type Option
Description
Flange
Flange with a single tap and moderate
feedback.
Feedbck Flange
Flange with a single tap and high feedback.
Vibrato
Standard vibrato (i.e., pitch modulation).
Chorus
Chorus with 1 tap.
Deep Chorus
Chorus with 1 tap, medium speed, and a
higher SHAPE setting for more depth.
Chorus 4
Wide chorus with 4 taps.
Stereo Chorus
Wide chorus with 2 taps panned left and
right.
Auto Pan
Pans signal between left and right.
Stereo Stutter
Hard panning of signal between left and
right.
Tremolo
Standard tremolo (i.e., volume modulation).
Mono Stutter
Modulates the signal on and off.
Rotary
Models a Leslie rotary speaker.
Wide Rotary
Models a Leslie rotary speaker with more
extreme settings.
Warble
An extreme variation of vibrato.
• AMOUNT (0-99)
This parameter adjusts the Modulation effect's mix level, with 0 being the
minimum (no effect applied) and 99 being the maximum amount of effect
applied.
• SHAPE (0-99)
This parameter controls the depth of the effect, with 0 being the most shallow
and 99 being the deepest setting.
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• SPEED (Slow-8 X)
This parameter adjusts the rate at which the Modulation effect cycles. The
following table provides a description of each option.
Modulation Speed Option
Description
Slow
Sets the mod speed to 108 BPM (ignores the
currently set tempo setting).
Med
Sets the mod speed to 240 BPM (ignores the
currently set tempo setting).
Fast
Sets the mod speed to 360 BPM (ignores the
currently set tempo setting).
1/8 x, 1/7 x, 1/6 x, 1/5 x, 1/4 x, 1/3 x, 1/2 x,
1 x, 2 x, 3 x, 4 x, 5 x, 6 x, 7 x, 8 x
Each of these options sets the mod speed to the
multiple denoted in the option name (e.g., 1/8x =
1/8th the speed of the currently set tempo, 8x = 8
times the speed of the currently set tempo, etc.).
• TEMPO (60-300)
This parameter sets the tempo for the Modulation effect. This parameter is
directly tied to the Delay TEMPO parameter; editing one parameter will affect
the other. If you enable the adaptive "TEMPO" feature in the Live Adapt menu,
this parameter will adapt within a range around the currently set TEMPO
setting. When adaptive TEMPO is enabled, the Adapt icon A will appear next
to this parameter and the LCD display will show the adapted tempo as it
changes. For information on using Live Adapt, see "Live Adapt™" on page
20.
To dial in the Modulation effect:
1. Press and hold the <FX> button to enter the edit menu.
2. Sing into the microphone (or use the Sound Check feature, see "Sound Check"
on page 19).
3. Select one of the Modulation effects using the <DATA> encoder.
4. Ensure the AMOUNT parameter is set high enough to hear the effect.
5. Select the desired Modulation TYPE using the <DATA> encoder.
6. Adjust the SHAPE parameter for the desired amount of effect depth.
7. Adjust the SPEED parameter until the desired effect is achieved.
8. If using Live Adapt, disable it temporarily by pressing the Live Adapt button.
Adjust the TEMPO parameter until the desired tempo is achieved – note that
you do not need to adjust the TEMPO parameter if you selected Slow, Med, or
Fast in the previous step. Re-enable Live Adapt if you disabled it or wish to use
it. For information on using Live Adapt, see "Live Adapt™" on page 20.
9. Fine-tune the AMOUNT parameter until the desired effect balance is achieved.
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Delay
2
Delay is an essential effect in vocal processing that creates an echo of your voice.
Changes to the Delay module need to be stored to a preset for later recall.
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Voice 2
Key/Scale
Available parameters:
• TYPE
This parameter selects which type of delay effect you would like to use. The
following table provides a description of each option.
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Delay Type Option
Description
Digital
Straight up digital delay at currently set tempo.
Dig Ducked 50
Digital delay at currently set tempo with 50% feedback ducking so
the louder you sing, the less gets into the delay line.
Dig Ducked 75
Digital delay at currently set tempo with 75% feedback ducking so
the louder you sing, the less gets into the delay line.
Dig Ducked 100
Digital delay at currently set tempo with 100% feedback ducking so
the louder you sing, the less gets into the delay line.
Digital Pong
Digital delays at currently set tempo ponged left to right.
Dig Multitap 1
Digital delays with a multi-tap eighth and quarter pattern.
Dig Multitap 2
Digital delays with a multi-tap triplet pong pattern.
Dig Multitap 3
Digital delays with a multi-tap dotted eighth + quarter note
pattern.
Analog
Delay at currently set tempo (i.e., an analog-like filtered version of
the input is delayed).
Ana Ducked 50
Analog delay at currently set tempo with 50% feedback ducking so
the louder you sing, the less gets into the delay line.
Ana Ducked 75
Analog delay at currently set tempo with 75% feedback ducking so
the louder you sing, the less gets into the delay line.
Ana Ducked 100
Analog delay at currently set tempo with 100% feedback ducking
so the louder you sing, the less gets into the delay line.
Analog Pong
Analog delays at currently set tempo ponged left to right.
Ana Multitap 1
Analog delays with a multi-tap eighth and quarter pattern.
Ana Multitap 2
Analog delays with a multi-tap triplet pong pattern.
Ana Multitap 3
Analog delays with a multi-tap dotted eighth + quarter note
pattern.
Tape
Delay at the tempo, but each time around the delay line is filtered
with a peaking filter so the repeats get more and more peaked.
Tape Ducked 50
Tape delay at currently set tempo with 50% feedback ducking so
the louder you sing, the less gets into the delay line.
Tape Ducked 75
Tape delay at currently set tempo with 75% feedback ducking so
the louder you sing, the less gets into the delay line.
Tape Ducked 100
Tape delay at currently set tempo with 100% feedback ducking so
the louder you sing, the less gets into the delay line.
Tape Pong
Tape delays at currently set tempo ponged left to right.
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Delay Type Option
Description
Tape Multitap 1
Tape delays with a multi-tap eighth and quarter pattern.
Tape Multitap 2
Tape delays with a multi-tap triplet pong pattern.
Tape Multitap 3
Tape delays with a multi-tap dotted eighth + quarter note pattern.
Bandpass
Delay at the currently set tempo, but each time around the delay
line is filtered with a bandpass filter so the repeats get more and
more lo-fi.
Band Ducked 50
Bandpassed delay at currently set tempo with 50% feedback
ducking so the louder you sing, the less gets into the delay line.
Band Ducked 75
Bandpassed delay at currently set tempo with 75% feedback
ducking so the louder you sing, the less gets into the delay line.
Band Ducked 100
Bandpassed delay at currently set tempo with 100% feedback
ducking so the louder you sing, the less gets into the delay line.
Band Pong
Bandpassed delays at currently set tempo ponged left to right.
Band Multitap 1
Bandpassed delays with a multi-tap eighth and quarter pattern.
Band Multitap 2
Bandpassed delays with a multi-tap triplet pong pattern.
Band Multitap 3
Bandpassed delays with a multi-tap dotted eighth + quarter note
pattern.
• AMOUNT (0-99)
This parameter adjusts the Delay effect's mix level, with 0 being the minimum
(no effect applied) and 99 being the maximum amount of effect applied.
• REPEATS (0-99)
This parameter adjusts how much of the delayed signal will be fed back into
the delay algorithm and determines how long the delays will continue to
repeat, with 0 being the minimum amount of delay repeats and 99 being the
maximum amount of delay repeats.
• SPEED (1 X-Slap 3)
This parameter adjusts the rate at which the delays repeat. The following table
provides a description of each option.
Delay Speed Type Option
Description
1x
1 x the currently set tempo (quarter note).
2x
2 x the currently set tempo (eighth note).
3x
3 x the currently set tempo (triplet note).
4/3 x
4/3 x the currently set tempo (dotted eighth note).
1/2 x
1/2 x the currently set tempo (half note).
Slap 1
Slapback delay (80 ms – TEMPO parameter is ignored
with this option selected).
Slap 2
Slapback delay (100 ms – TEMPO parameter is ignored
with this option selected).
Slap 3
Slapback delay (120 ms – TEMPO parameter is ignored
with this option selected).
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• TEMPO (60-300)
This parameter allows you to set the tempo for the Delay effect. This
parameter is directly tied to the Modulation TEMPO parameter; editing one
parameter will affect the other. If you enable the adaptive "TEMPO" feature
in the Live Adapt menu, this parameter will adapt within a range around the
currently set TEMPO setting. When adaptive TEMPO is enabled, the Adapt
icon A will appear next to this parameter and the LCD display will show the
adapted tempo as it changes. For information on using Live Adapt, see "Live
Adapt™" on page 20.
To dial in the Delay effect:
1. Press and hold the <DELAY> button to enter the edit menu.
2. Sing into the microphone (or use the Sound Check feature, see "Sound Check"
on page 19).
3. Ensure the AMOUNT parameter is set high enough to hear the effect.
4. Select the desired Delay TYPE using the <DATA> encoder.
5. Adjust the SPEED parameter until you achieve the "feel" you are after.
6. Adjust the REPEATS parameter until the desired length of delay repeats is
achieved.
7. If using Live Adapt, disable it temporarily by pressing the Live Adapt button.
Adjust the TEMPO parameter until the desired tempo is achieved – note that
you do not need to adjust the TEMPO parameter if you selected Slap 1, Slap 2,
or Slap 3 in the previous step. Re-enable Live Adapt if you disabled it or wish to
use it. For information on using Live Adapt, see "Live Adapt™" on page 20.
8. Fine-tune the AMOUNT parameter until the desired effect balance is achieved.
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Harmony
Reverb
2
Reverb simulates singing in both small and large spaces, making your vocal breathe
with more dimension. The Live Harmony uses genuine Lexicon® reverbs. Lexicon
reverbs are the industry standard for both studio and live reverb effects. The Reverb
effect can also be applied to your guitar signal, see "Guitar" on page 71 for
further information. Changes made to the Reverb effect need to be stored to a
preset for later recall.
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Voice 2
Key/Scale
Available parameters:
• TYPE
This parameter selects the desired reverb type. The following table provides a
description of each option.
Reverb Type Option
Description
Dark Plate
Plate reverbs have high density early reflections and a medium
to long decay. They work well for adding length and size to your
vocals. They “fuse” well with the processed source and are more
“two-dimensional” than the other reverb types, so they can
generally be brought up a little louder in the mix without making
your vocals sound distant. The Dark Plate reverb type provides a
plate reverb in which the higher frequencies have been attenuated
to create a darker sounding plate reverb.
Bright Plate
The Bright Plate reverb type has the same attributes as the Dark
Plate reverb type, but without all the high frequency attenuation,
providing a brighter sounding plate reverb.
Room
Room reverbs mimic a small space with high early reflection
density and a fast decaying reverb tail. They work well for adding
reverb to vocals in faster tempo music.
Open Room
Similar to the Room reverb type, but provides a slightly larger
(more "open" or less "constrained") sounding space.
Studio
Mimics a warm sounding studio recording room with slower
early reflection density build-up than the Room reverb type and
a medium reverb tail decay. This option provides a slightly larger
sounding room than the Room reverb type.
Bright Studio
The Bright Studio reverb type has the same attributes as the
Studio reverb type, but with a brighter tone.
Hall
A lush, organic reverb with low initial density and long reverb tails.
Works well for vocals in sparsely arranged sections of a song and
with slower tempos.
Dark Hall
The Dark Hall reverb type has the same attributes as the Hall
reverb type, but with high frequency attenuation, providing a
darker sounding reverb.
Stadium
The Stadium reverb type has low initial density and a very long
reverb tail.
Large Stadium
The Large Stadium reverb type has similar attributes to the
Stadium reverb type, but provides a longer time period before the
onset of reverb and longer reverb tail decay.
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• AMOUNT (0-99)
This parameter adjusts the Reverb effect's mix level, with 0 being the minimum
(no effect applied) and 99 being the maximum amount of effect applied.
• TONE (-50-+50)
This parameter adjusts the tone of the Reverb effect, with -50 providing the
darkest tone and 50 providing the brightest tone.
• PREDELAY (0-99)
This parameter adjusts the predelay of the Reverb effect, with 0 being the
minimum (0ms) and 99 being the maximum (50-200ms depending on the
selected reverb TYPE). The PREDELAY parameter postpones the onset of
reverb, preventing the reverb from "walking on the toes" of the direct vocal
sound.
• TAIL (0-99)
This parameter adjusts the decay time of the Reverb effect, with 0 being the
minimum (shorter decay) and 99 being the maximum (longer decay).
To dial in the Reverb effect:
1. Press and hold the <REVERB> button to enter the edit menu.
2. Sing into the microphone (or use the Sound Check feature, see "Sound Check"
on page 19).
3. Ensure the AMOUNT parameter is set high enough to hear the effect.
4. Select the desired Reverb TYPE using the <DATA> encoder.
5. Adjust the TONE parameter until the desired tone is achieved.
6. Adjust the TAIL parameter so that the reverb tail fully decays and "gets out of
the way" of the next sung word or phrase.
7. Adjust the PREDELAY parameter until the desired "feel", or amount of
distinction between the direct vocal sound and Reverb effect, is achieved (if
you're not sure, a setting of 15-20 should provide good results).
8. Fine-tune the AMOUNT parameter until the desired effect balance is achieved.
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Harmony
Guitar
2
When you connect your guitar to the Guitar In jack on the Live Harmony, you can
select to mix your guitar signal to the outputs along with the vocal signal. This lets
you hear your guitar signal directly out of the PA system or headphones. When using
the Live Harmony in this manner, you have the option to select one of the available
modulation effects to apply to your guitar signal.You can also simultaneously apply
reverb if desired (the same Reverb effect used for vocals is shared with the guitar).
These guitar effects are turned on and off by pressing the <Guitar> button and
edited by pressing and holding the <Guitar> button.
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Voice 1
Voice 2
Key/Scale
The following describes the different effects and parameters available in the Guitar
effect module. Note that the Guitar effects are not sent to the Guitar Thru jack, as
this connection is meant to be connected to your own personal effects chain and/or
amplifier.
Available parameters:
• TYPE
This parameter selects the desired guitar effect type. The following table
provides a description of each option.
Guitar Type Option
Description
Flange
Flange with a single tap and moderate feedback.
Feedback Flange
Flange with a single tap and high feedback.
Vibrato
Standard vibrato (i.e., pitch modulation).
Chorus
Chorus with 1 tap.
Deep Chorus
Chorus with 1 tap, medium speed, and a higher SHAPE setting for
more depth.
Chorus 4
Chorus with 4 taps.
Stereo Chorus
Chorus with 2 taps panned left and right.
Auto Pan
Pans signal between left and right.
Stereo Stutter
Hard panning of signal between left and right.
Tremolo
Standard tremolo (i.e., volume modulation).
Mono Stutter
Modulates the signal on and off.
Rotary
Models a Leslie rotary speaker.
Wide Rotary
Models a Leslie rotary speaker with more extreme settings.
Warble
An extreme variation of vibrato.
• MOD LVL (0-99)
This parameter adjusts the modulation effect's mix level, with 0 being the
minimum (no effect applied) and 99 being the maximum amount of effect
applied.
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• SHAPE (0-99)
This parameter controls the depth of the effect, with 0 being the most shallow
and 99 being the deepest setting.
• SPEED (Slow-8 X)
This parameter adjusts the rate at which the Modulation effect cycles. The
following table provides a description of each option.
Modulation Speed Option
Description
Slow
Sets the mod speed to 108 BPM.
Med
Sets the mod speed to 240 BPM.
Fast
Sets the mod speed to 360 BPM.
1/8 x, 1/7 x, 1/6 x, 1/5 x, 1/4 x, 1/3 x, 1/2 x,
1 x, 2 x, 3 x, 4 x, 5 x, 6 x, 7 x, 8 x
Each of these options sets the mod speed to the
multiple denoted in the option name (e.g., 1/8x
= 1/8th the speed of the currently set Live Adapt
tempo, 8x = 8 times the speed of the currently set
Live Adapt tempo, etc.).
• REVERB (0-99)
This parameter adjusts the amount of Reverb effect added to your guitar
signal. This is the same Reverb effect used to process your vocals in the
Live Harmony. For information on editing the Reverb effect parameters, see
"Reverb" on page 69.
To dial in the Guitar effects:
1. Press and hold the <GUITAR> button to enter the edit menu.
2. Play your guitar (or use the Sound Check feature, see "Sound Check" on page
19).
3. Ensure the MOD LVL parameter is set high enough to hear the effect.
4. Select the desired MOD TYPE using the <DATA> encoder.
5. Adjust the SHAPE parameter for the desired amount of effect depth.
6. Adjust the SPEED parameter until the desired effect is achieved.
7. Fine-tune the MOD LVL parameter until the desired effect balance is achieved.
8. Raise the REVERB parameter if you wish to apply reverb to the guitar signal.
You can then edit the Reverb effect parameters in the Reverb menu to tailor
the Reverb effect, see "Reverb" on page 69 for further information. Set
REVERB to 0 if you do not wish to apply any reverb to the guitar signal.
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Preset Librarian Software
You can back up Live Harmony presets and set lists using the free Vocalist Live
Librarian preset management software application for PC and Mac. This software
will connect to the Live Harmony through the mini USB connector and lets you
archive and retrieve presets and set lists to and from your computer.
System Requirements & Download
To download the Vocalist Live Librarian preset management software and get the
latest information on system requirements, visit the downloads section at http://
www.digitech.com/en-US/products/live-harmony.
Firmware Updates
Firmware updates are performed using the Vocalist Live Librarian software
application. Firmware updates can be performed using a Mac or Windows computer
with a compatible USB 2.0 or higher connection.
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Preset List
1. B:3RD ABOVE
34.DA BA DEE
67.HELLA GOOD
2. B:3RD BELOW
35.GTR CHORUS
68.PONG CHORUS
3. CSN
36.DOUBLE PONG
69.BUGLE SISTERS
4. GOLD STNDRD
37.GTR FLG/RVB
70.FUZZY SHIFT
5. A:DBL B:HARM
38.BRUNO HEAVN
71.ALL SHE WANTS
6. GUY GAL
39.DOUBLING
72.FREE FALLIN
7. OTTOTUNE
40.LADIES NITE
73.FLANGEVERB
8. BEATBOX
41.PENTATONIX-2
74.DELAY+REVERB
9. OCTAVES
42.MOTEL CALIF
75.GTR CHO/RVB
10.DOUBLE DOWN
43.ELVIRA
76.OCEAN VIEW
11.GOSPEL
44.WALKING MOON
77.BIG PLATE
12.SOULSISTERS
45.FUZZY DELAY
78.PARTY ROCK
13.MY TRIO
46.COME 2 GETHER
79.HARMSTORT
14.3u8u UNISON
47.LUV HAS COME4U
80.A MAJ DBL>HARM
15.3RD-5TH DN
48.ROYALS
81.SOUL OF MAN
16.3RD-5TH UP
49.WITHOUT YOU
82.SUPER BLK HOLE
17.DUAL UNISON
50.MERRY GO ROUND
83.ORINOCO
18.UNISON
51.HEARTBRK HOTEL
84.MANHATTAN
19.5THS UP/DN
52.SEXY BACK
85.HRTACHE2NIT
20.OCTAVE DN
53.DUET GUY
86.HEY HO
21.FEMALE BACK
54.RADIO...
87.DUET GAL
22.MALE BACK
55....ACTIVE
88.FIREFLIES
23.CHOIR
56.SOUTHERN +
89.BLUESMAN
24.BARBER SHOP
57.GIRL ON FIRE
90.BILLY JEAN
25.BASS ALTOS
58.3RDS DELAY
91.WALRUS
26.BLIND BOYS
59.GTR REVERB
92.LARGE HALL
27.WIDE HARM
60.WHISKEY LULBY
93.MONKS
28.C MAJOR
61.DELAY
94.REHAB
29.D MAJOR
62.1 MORE DAFT
95.HONK TONK WOMN
30.G MINOR
63.WAGONWHEEL
96.BLACK HORSE
31.A MINOR
64.MONEY
97.PAYPHONE
32.BAMA HOLDON
65.PAPERBACK
98.BAD ROMANCE
33.A MAJ PONG DLY
66.RING OF FIRE
99.DIANE JUNG
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Guitar Thru
Auto Switching
Via Aux In
Jack
A/D
(Right)
Sound
Check
A/D
AntiFeedback
Live
Adapt
(Left)
Sound
Check
Gold
Channel
Guitar XLR
Level
Pitch FX
(All)
Dist/
Filter
(Lead)
Dist/
Filter
Harmony
Modulation
Note: The Distortion/Filter effect can be configured in one of three places in the signal path: Lead, Delay, or All.
Mono
Stereo
Live Adapt
A/D
+
Mic
Preamp
w/Limiter
Legend
Guitar In
Aux In
Left/Right
Internal
Mic
Mic/Line In
Double
Dist/
Filter
+
(Delay)
+
Delay
+
+
Guitar
Reverb
Level
+
Guitar
Modulation
Reverb
+
+
Looper
+
Output
Pad
D/A
+
Aux In
Mute/Mix
XLR Left/Right
Outputs
1/4” Stereo
Output
Technical Information
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Specifications
Mic Input
Microphone Input: Female XLR, Pin 2 Hot
Impedance: 3k Ω balanced
Phantom Power: +45 Volts
Maximum gain: +60 dB
E.I.N. (at max gain): -125 dBu @ 60 dB gain typical (150 Ω source)
-128 dBu @ 60 dB gain typical A-weighted (150 Ω source)
Maximum Input Level: +18 dBu at minimum gain
Line Input
Impedance: 13k Ω balanced
Maximum Input Level: +18 dBu at minimum gain
Guitar Input
Impedance: 1M Ω
Aux Input
Aux Input:
Maximum Input Level:
1/8” mini stereo jack
+20 dBu
Guitar Thru Output
Impedance: 1k Ω
Left/Right Outputs
Line Outputs: XLR electronically balanced
Maximum Output Level: +5 dBu @ 0 dBFS
Impedance: 1k Ω
Headphone/Line Output
Headphone/Line Output: 1/4” stereo jack
Impedance: 50 Ω
Performance
Dynamic Range: 109 dB typical, 22 Hz - 22 kHz, A-weighted
Frequency Response: +0/-2.5 dB, 20 Hz - 20 kHz
THD+N: <0.009%, 22 Hz - 22 kHz (mic input to main output) 0 dBu input level <0.006%, 1 kHz, +5 dBu input level
Sample Rate: 44.1 kHz
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Power
Power Requirements: 9 VDC, 800 mA, 7.2 W, center pin GND, outer sleeve positive
Power Adapter:PS0920DC
Other
USB:
USB 2.0 full-speed compliant
Dimensions:
7.9” (W) x 9.2” (L) x 2.5” (H)
Product Weight:2.7 lbs.
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