Quick Links. Download this manual. A Harman International Company. Table of Contents. The display has several important sections that you need to understand when you use the Studio Quad V2.

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Kassera anvant batteri enligt fabrikantens instruktion. Suppling Power. Front Panel Controls. Rear Panel Connectors. Making Connections. A Word About Bypass. Program Mode. FX Edit Mode. Selecting FX Types and Defaults. Using Modifiers. Linking a Parameter to a Modifier.

Setting up an LFO or Dynamic. Comparing Programs. Storing Programs. Digital and Analog Effects List. Chorus and Flange. Noise Gate and Compressor. Multi Effects. The results are obvious: sparkling clean sound and endless combinations of effects and signal path routings. The warranty registration card must be mailed within ten days after purchase date to validate the warranty. DigiTech warrants this product, when used solely within the U.

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Figure l-l shows the various parts of the Studio Quad V2. The display has several important sections that you need to understand when you use the Studio Quad V2. They are: I a Program Number Indicator - These three large digits in the upper left corner of the display indicate which Program is currently selected. Factory Programs can be modified but must be stored in a User Program location since Factory Programs cannot be overwritten. Ic Page Indicators - The bottom left corner of the display is occupied by the Page indicators.

They display the number of Pages available and the Page which is currently selected. These icons only appear in the FX Edit and Utilities modes. I d Information Line - This row of 24 characters top line of the display is the Information line. It gives more detailed information about specific functions and items, and contains things like Program names, Parameter names, and Utility or auxiliary information.

Each section displays the current value of the indicated Parameter. Each section also has an arrow that shows which Parameter in the display is selected. A CC indicator in each group tells whether the indicated Parameter is set up to be continuously controlled "continuous control" includes internal LFOs, dynamic modifiers, and MIDI continuous controller data.

These meters show the input level of each channel, and use a peak detector action to display the highest levels at the inputs. The Clip indicator at the end of each meter shows whether the input signal is being clipped at the analog input section pre-digital. This matrix includes boxes that represent each effect module along with lines that indicate how those effects are connected to inputs, outputs and each other. If an effect module is bypassed, a line appears through that module's box in the Matrix.

When in FX Edit mode, the box that represents the currently selected effect module will flash. The Data Wheel is used to select a program for loading. This button is also used to access the Compare mode. See pg. In Program mode, they can also be used to enter the FX Edit mode's 1st through 4th module. Note that the Page indicators change to reflect the currently selected Page number in the Parameter list.

For more on setting input levels, see pg. The Input Configuration module of each Program defines how each Input is used. I I for more info. DigiTech is not responsible for any damage to speakers or components due to misuse of this switch. Please see pg. When using any other single momentary switch device, the switch acts as a Bypass.

It is a 4-pin DIN connector. The following diagrams offer some ways the Studio Quad V2 can be connected. This method is called the "in-line" method because the Studio Quad V2 is connected directly in the audio path of the source. When you use the in-line method, the master wet-to-dry effects mix is controlled from the Studio Quad V2 operating system.

In this application, the source is routed directly to the mixer channel input s. Figure shows a common recording studio or live sound reinforcement setup for effects processing with a console. This is the method of choice in many recording applications because of the impressive realism and depth of texture that it produces.

While it is slightly more complicated to set up and requires twice as many auxiliary sends, stereo effects particularly reverbs improve dramatically in imaging and spaciousness. Note that the left channel is sent to Aux I, while the right channel is sent to Aux 2. When using mono sources like vocals and bass guitar, send equal levels from both Aux I and Aux 2 to maintain proper soundfield balance of the effects, as shown on channels 5 and 8. This method also utilizes the effects loops of your console, and since each effect has a mono input, the auxiliary sends can be set up in a much more straightforward way.

Figure shows how to connect the Studio Quad V2 for this application. This method also offers the flexibility of running different channels in-line or in an effects loop. However, the definition of Bypass may change, depending on the application. If the Dry Level is up, then the Studio Quad V2 passes the original signals through without processing. A line through the modules in a Effect Configuration Matrix indicate that the module is Bypassed. Pressing a dimly lit button causes it to light brightly and its function becomes the active item in the display.





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