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Инструкция по эксплуатации Zoom, модель ZOOM A2.1U

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In the positive range, the envelope is a decay-type envelope. Adjusts the level of the effect sound mixed to the original sound. mdMD MULTI TAP DELAY This effect produces several delay components with different delay times. TIME 1 – 99, 1.0 – 5.0 PATTERN 1 – 8 MIX 0 – 98, 1.0 Adjusts the delay time. In the range from 10 – 990 ms, the adjustment is made in 10-ms steps (1 – 99). For 1 second and above, the adjustment is made in 100-ms steps (1.0 – 5.0). TAP Selects the combination pattern for the taps. The selection ranges from rhythmical to random patterns. Adjusts the level of the effect sound mixed to the original sound. dLDL DELAY This is a delay with a maximum setting of 5000 ms.HOLD ECEC ECHO This is a warm sounding long delay of up to 5000 ms duration.HOLD PdPD PINGPONG DELAY This is a ping-pong type delay where the delay sound alternates between left and right. HOLD These three effect types have the same parameters. TIME 1 – 99, 1.0 – 5.0 FEEDBACK 0 – 98, 1.0 MIX 0 – 98, 1.0 Adjusts the delay time. In the range from 10 – 990 ms, the adjustment is made in 10-ms steps (1 – 99). For 1 second and above, the adjustment is made in 100-ms steps (1.0 – 5.0). TAP Adjusts the feedback amount. Adjusts the level of the effect sound mixed to the original sound. 36 ZOOM A2.1u Effect Types and Parameters Effect Types and Parameters CONTROL CONTROL module Serves for making built-in expression pedal settings and lets you control the foot switch function and master level setting applying to all patches. CtCT CONTROL RTM DESTINATION See Table 3 FS See Table 4 MASTER LEVEL 0 – 98, 1.0 Selects the modulation target module that is controlled with the built-in expression pedal (see Table 3). When a foot switch (FS01) is connected to the [CONTROL IN] jack, this selects the function that can be operated with the foot switch (see Table 4). The function selected here applies to all patches. Adjusts the master level for all patches. [Table 3] [Table 4] Setting Modulation target oF OFF vL Volume CU, Cd, CH, CL COMP/LIMIT module (*) tU, td, tH, tL TONE parameter of MODEL module (*) EU, Ed, EH, EL MOD/EFX module (*) dU, dd, dH, dL DELAY/REVERB module (*) Fb Frequency of feedback control function. The operation of modules denoted by (*) changes as follows, according to the letter at right. U UP The parameter is at minimum when the pedal is fully raised and at maximum when the pedal is fully pushed down. D DOWN The parameter is at maximum when the pedal is fully raised and at minimum when the pedal is fully pushed down. H HIGH When the pedal is fully raised, the parameter is at the value set in the patch. When the pedal is fully pushed down, the parameter is at maximum. LOW When the pedal is fully raised, the parameter is at minimum. When the pedal is fully pushed down, the parameter is at the value set in the patch. Setting Function bP Bypass/Mute tP Tap tempo bU Bank up rH Rhythm function on/off dH Delay hold dM Delay input mute Mn Manual mode on/off Fb Feedback control function on/off "UP" Maximum value Minimum value "DOWN" Maximum value Minimum value "HIGH" Maximum value Value set in patch "LOW" Value set in patch Minimum value ZOOM A2.1u 37 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting GLOBAL GLOBAL module Serves for making settings to match the guitar amplifier and pickup in use and to control the feedback control function. The settings of this module apply to all patches. GLGL GLOBAL PICK UP SELECT See Table 5 FEEDBACK FREQ oF, At,1 – 30 AMP SELECT See table 6 Modifies the sound quality depending on the guitar or pickup that is used, to fully bring out the simulation capabilities of the MODEL module (see table 5). Reduces acoustic feedback by attenuating the frequency band where the feedback occurs. The frequency can be detected automatically or manually. For details on how to use the FEEDBACK CONTROL function, see page 20. This parameter serves for attenuating frequency band that can sound harsh when an acoustic guitar is reproduced via a guitar amplifier (see table 6). Choose the suitable setting depending on the amplifier that is used, and adjust the value as required. [Table 5] [Table 6] Setting Content oF OFF bP Designed for use with a piezo pickup having a bright sound. dP Designed for use with a piezo pickup having a dark sound. bM Designed for use with a magnetic pickup having a bright sound. dM Designed for use with a magnetic pickup having a dark sound. SE Designed for use with an electric guitar and single-coil pickup(s). HE Designed for use with an electric guitar and humbucker pickup(s). Setting Content oF Sets the AMP SELECT parameter to OFF. b1 – b9 Designed for use with combo type amplifiers having a bright sound. Higher values result in stronger attenuation effect. C1 – C9 Designed for use with regular combo type amplifiers. Higher values result in stronger attenuation effect. S1 – S9 Designed for use with stack type amplifiers. Higher values result in stronger attenuation effect. Troubleshooting . Volume is low Adjust the ...


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