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DIGITECH RP12 Owner's Manual

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S-DISC II
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RP-12
Guitar Signal Processor/
Foot Controller and Preamp
Owner's Manual

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    A Harman International Company S-DISC II ™ ROCESSING RP-12 Guitar Signal Processor/ Foot Controller and Preamp Owner's Manual...

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    President of Digitech 8760 S. Sandy Parkway Sandy, Utah 84070, USA Effective October 17, 1996 European Contact: Your Local DigiTech Sales and Service Office or International Sales Office 3 Overlook Drive #4 Amherst, New Hampshire 03031, USA Tel (603) 672-4244...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Table Of Contents ......1 Introduction ....... 4 Safety Precautions .

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Delay / Sampler......31 Delays ....... 31 Sampler .

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual About the MIDI Set-Up..... . . 58 Section 8 - MIDI Setup MIDI Channel ......58 Send Program .

  • Page 6: Introduction, Safety Precautions

    Guitar Signal Processor / Preamp. The RP-12 offers you a fresh approach to guitar sound creation, giving you the hottest tones and total control of the best digital effects in the industry. DigiTech’s revolu- tionary S-DISC II ™ processor makes it all happen. Its digital multi-...

  • Page 7: Lithium Battery Warning

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual These symbols warn that there are no user serviceable parts inside the unit. Do not open the unit. Do not attempt to service the unit yourself. Refer all servicing to qualified personnel. Opening the chassis for any reason will void the manufacturer’s warranty.

  • Page 8: Warranty

    DigiTech neither assumes nor authorizes any person to assume any obligation or liability in connection with the sale of this product. In no event shall DigiTech or its dealers be liable for special or con- sequential damages or from any delay in the performance of this warranty due to causes beyond their control.

  • Page 9: Supplying Power, Line Conditioning, Front Panel Controls, Pedalboard

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Section 1 - Startup Line Conditioning - The RP-12 is sensitive to voltage drops, spikes, Supplying power and surges. Interference such as lightning or power “brownouts” can seriously, and in extreme cases, permanently damage the circuitry inside the unit. Here are some ways to avoid this type of damage: •...

  • Page 10: Display Window, Program Buttons, Global Buttons

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual 2) Display Window - The display window shows all current operating and programming information and is comprised of several parts: the LCD display, the input level meter, the Program number indicator, and DSP Clip indicator LEDs. The LCD display shows all Program names, Parameters and Parameter values, and is the communica- tion interface between you and the RP-12.

  • Page 11: Main Output Level, Continuous Control Pedal, Rear Panel Connections, Input, Right Output, Left/mono Output

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual these functions include, Utility functions such as LCD contrast, Pedalboard , and MIDI setups (including transmit & receive maps). Buttons in this group are: <NAME>, <UTILITY>, and <MIDI>. 7) Main Output Level - This controls the overall output level of the RP-12.

  • Page 12: Midi And Audio Setups

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual The following diagrams show possible MIDI and audio routing setups MIDI and Audio Setups for the RP-12. Right Output Left Output Input Guitar Guitar Amp B Amp A Basic Guitar Setup Section 1 - Startup...

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Input To Multitrack and/or Studio Monitors Left Right Mixer Inputs Recording Setup (Use Cabinet Emulator) Input MIDI Out MIDID In Left Right MIDI Keyboard, Sequencer, or Computer o Amplifier(s) Using external MIDI control Section 1 - Startup...

  • Page 14: Program Architecture

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Section 2 - Basic Operations The Program’s Parameter architecture in the RP-12 has been Program Architecture designed to be a linear series of items, rather than a multiple-level menu (see diagram). In other words, instead of including several sub- menus under a single Parameter heading, all Parameters are included in a single level, and are accessed using the <LEFT>...

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual • To scroll at high speed through the Programs in memory, press and hold either the <UP> or <DOWN> Program key. 2) The second method uses the RP-12’s pedalboard. When you change programs using the pedalboard, any unstored modifications you have made to a Program will be lost.

  • Page 16: Assigning Programs To Footswitches, Assigning Parameters To Footswitches

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual You can easily change the RP-12’s tuning reference by using the CHANGING THE TUNING REF <UP/DOWN> Parameter buttons while in tuner mode. The top line of the display will show the current setting. The default factory setting is: A=440 Hz.

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual On/Bypass parameter, by either pressing the Parameter <right > button five times, or pressing the <COMP> Effects Library Button. Now press and hold the <MIDI> button, and the display reads: ¡Link 5 =NoLink ™Assign • Press function button <Mix ™> to assign a CC, and the display will appear like this: Comp On/Bypass No Link...

  • Page 18: More Special Characters

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Section 3 - Programming The RP-12 has three Function keys. They are located in the bottom Using the Function buttons row of the Effects Access buttons and they share buttons with the <MOD>, <MIX>, and <MORE> options. Each Function key is num- bered and performs several functions in the Utility and MIDI modes (depending on the selected menu screen).

  • Page 19: The Effects Library Buttons, Modifying Factory Programs

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual The Effects Library Buttons The Effects Library buttons are used to jump to specific places in a Program. For example, if a Program contains two choruses and you want to change the delay time on only one of them, you could press the <MOD>...

  • Page 20: Basic Program Creation, Selecting An Algorithm

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual rus speed. Using this Program as an example for Program modifica- tion, the procedure for changing the Chorus Speed is as follows: • From the Program title screen, scroll to Program 2 using the <UP/DOWN> Program buttons. The display reads: Clean and Tight DCho≥2TDly≥2Pans •...

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual you want and begin editing Parameters from there. The Algorithm selection screen works in conjunction with the LED dis- play to show the currently selected Algorithm number. When in the Algorithm selection screen, the LCD display looks something like this: Wham≥2TDly≥Revrb -->...

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual <MIX ™> key puts a space into the Program name, and jumps you to the special characters in the character set. The <MORE £> key inserts an ‘0’, and jumps you to the numbers section of the character set. The complete procedure for naming and storing a Program is as follows: •...

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual • When the Program name appears as you want it, press the <NAME> button to exit the name selection mode. Once you have dialed in the program how you want it and given it a Storing Programs name, press the <STORE>...

  • Page 24: About The Effects Library, Analog Effects, Compressor, Distortion

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual SECTION 4 - EFFECTS AND PARAMETERS The Effects Library consists of all the effects Modules you can find in About the Effects Library the RP-12. Broken down into individual categories, specific Modules and their abbreviated library names are as follows: Analog Effects Module Name Module Abbrv.

  • Page 25: Equalizers

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Program. Options are: OVERDRIVE - Solid- state overdrive with extra punch. HEAVY SUS- TAIN - Smooth, warm distortion sound with lots of sustain. GRUNGE- High gain distortion which is tight and highly focused for powerful rhythms and leads. Distortion Gain ....Controls the amount of distortion produced by the RP-12.

  • Page 26: Cabinet Emulator

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual DigiTech Audio Precision STD AMPL (dBr) vs FREQ (Hz) 20.000 15.000 10.000 5.0000 -5.000 -10.00 -15.00 -20.00 With a Q setting of 2, you can see that a large number of frequencies are affected by boosting the center frequency. Now take a look at the middle and lower curves in the diagram, and notice the much narrower bandwidth of the curves with a Q setting of 4 and 8.

  • Page 27: Reverbs

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Reverbs Module Name Module Abbrv. Description BigVerb Studio-quality reverb. MFX Reverb MVerb Appears in multi-effects Algorithms. Gated Reverb GtRvb Professional gated reverb Bigverb is the flagship reverb Module of the RP-12. It contains 14 Big Verb/MFX Reverb Parameters, giving exceptional soundfield and tonal shaping control over reverberation.

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual EARLY REFLECTIONS INITIAL SOUND SUBSEQUENT REVERBERATIONS T I M E EARLY RFLCT PREDELAY RV PRE-DELAY RV SIZE The BigVerb’s ER Spread, ER Shape and ER DIFFUSION controls let you modify the build/decay of the early portion of the reverberation envelope and the relative reverberation time of the midrange reverb frequencies.

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual higher settings spread the same number of reflections out over a longer period of time. Ranges from 25 to 300 milliseconds. (ER set- tings in BigVerb only). ER Shape ......Controls the shape of the early reflection enve- lope.

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual RV Spread.....Controls the dispersal and density of reverber- ations through the course of the early portion of RV RT60. BigVerb’s RV Spread varies in 20 ms increments from 20-180 ms. MFX Reverb’s RV Spread varies in 10 ms increments from 10-100 ms.

  • Page 31: Gated Reverbs

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Gated reverbs usually include adjustable thresholds to set the point at Gated Reverbs which the reverberations will be gated (cut off). The RP-12’s RV DECAY TIME control behaves in a similar way, except that instead of setting the length by level (threshold), the length is set by time (in mil- liseconds).

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual found in the <REVERB> library, and their Parameters are as follows: Gated Reverb On / Off ..Turns the Module on or off. Reverb Pre-Delay..Sets the amount of time before the reverbera- tions are heard. Adjustable from 0 to 100 mil- liseconds.

  • Page 33: Delay / Sampler, Delays

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Delays/Sampler Module Name Module Abbrv. Description Mono Delay x.x Dly x.x 1-tap digital delay 2Tap Delay x.x 2TDly x.x 2-tap digital delay 4Tap Delay x.x 4TDly x.x 4-tap digital delay Stereo Delay SDly Stereo digital delay Modulated Delay ModDly Digital delay with pitch modulation Sampler...

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual the hundred milliseconds position (one place to the right of the decimal), you will increase the delay time in increments of 100 millisec- onds. Pressing the <RIGHT> Parameter but- ton moves the cursor to the third position to the right of the decimal point, or milliseconds position.

  • Page 35: Sampler

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual out of the turnaround points. TRIANGLE is a linear modulation effect, and ramps the pitch of the wave up and down with no slowing at turnaround points. LOGARITHMIC and EXPO- NENTIAL waveforms are more dramatic in their effect on the signal, producing a type of bouncy oscillation.

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual al triggering is active. There are two audio trig- gering options and one manual triggering option. They behave as follows: when set to MANUAL TRIG, samples and sampling are triggered using manual methods (pedalboard, front panel, etc.). When set to AUDIO TRG ONCE, the sample is triggered once using an audio source of a set level (determined by the setting of INPUT TRIG LEVEL), following...

  • Page 37: Pitch Shifters

    Both notes are constant in pitch, but subtle additions in richness and overtones can be heard. DigiTech’s exclusive Whammy™ allows you to create mind-bending dive bombs and pitch bends with the continuous controller pedal on the RP-12 pedalboard.

  • Page 38: Detuners

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Pitch Level.....Controls the overall level of the pitch shift. Variable from 0 to 100. Pitch Shft Amount ..Sets the interval between the original note and the pitch shifted note. Variable from -24 to +24 (4 octaves). Key (Harmony Only)..Allows you to set the musical key for har- monies.

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual the detuned note is heard. NOTE: The dual detuner has a predelay for each detune voice. Detune Amount .....Controls the amount of detuning. Variable, in cents, from -100 to +100. Whammy On / Off ..Turns the Module on or off. When Modules are Whammy™...

  • Page 40: Modulation Effects, Choruses

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Arpeggio Detune ...Determines the amount of detuning applied to the shifted note. Variable, in cents, from -100 to +100. Arp Pch Tracking...Controls the sound quality/tracking speed of the pitch shifted material. This control should be set in relation to the amount of pitch shifting to be performed.

  • Page 41: Flangers

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual forms set 90 degrees out of phase. Chorus Parameters are as follows: Chorus On / Off .....Turns the Module on or off. When Modules are turned off, their Parameters disappear from the Parameter menu. To see the Parameters, you must turn the Module on.

  • Page 42: Phasers, Tremolos

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Flange Level....Controls the overall level of the flange. Variable from 0 to 100. Flange Delay ....Sets the amount of delay present in the flange effect. Varies from 0 to 60.00 milliseconds. Flange Feedback ..Controls the amount of flanged sound fed back to the input of the Module.

  • Page 43: Auto Panners, Mixers

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual new life into this classic effect, providing totally transparent volume modulation of sound sources. Tremolo On / Bypass ...Turns the Module on or off. When Modules are turned off, their Parameters disappear from the Parameter menu. To see the Parameters, you must turn the Module on.

  • Page 44: More, Noise Gates

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual The RP-12’s Mixer modules enable the use of effects in parallel config- urations. They allow multiple Module outputs to be connected to a sin- gle input of another Module. Each mixer channel is equipped with an input level to give you maximum control over levels coming from and going to different Modules.

  • Page 45: Dsp Level, Wahs

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual quietest status. The Parameters are as follows: Effect On / Bypass ..Turns the Module on or off. When Modules are turned off, their Parameters disappear from the Parameter menu. To see the Parameters, you must turn the Module on. NG Threshold ....Sets the level at which the gate will open.

  • Page 46: Duckers, Phase Inverter

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Level......Controls the overall level of the wah effect. Varies from 0 to 100. Wah Pedal Position..The PEDAL POSITION Parameter reflects the current setting of the continuous control device used to control the wah effect. This Parameter can be modified using the RP-12’s pedal to perform the wah function.

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Phase Inv Level.....Set the level of the output signal from the Phase Inverter Module. Adjustable from 0 to 100. Section 4 - Effects and Parameters...

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Section 5 - RP-12 Functions The RP-12 has two basic types of functions: Pedalboard functions and Internal Functions MIDI functions. The Pedalboard functions can be broken down into two sections: Pedalboard functions that affect the processor directly and Pedalboard functions that interact with MIDI and then affect the processor.

  • Page 49: Pedalboard Functions, Program Receive Map

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual The Pedalboard functions that affect the processor directly include: Program changes, Program Up/Down, List Up/Down, Bank Up/Down/Tuning, and Bypass. The Pedalboard functions that interact with MIDI and then affect the processor include: Toggle CC and CC Pedal. The CC Pedal channel and Toggle CC channel allow MIDI CC information to be sent out the MIDI port allowing for control of the RP- 12, external units, or both together.

  • Page 50: Midi Functions

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual While performing, the CC Pedal= command can be used to assign a different Continuous Controller number to the CC Pedal (defaulted to CC 4 at the factory). Upon hitting the assigned pedal, the CC pedal will be reassigned from its current controller, number to the new continu- ous controller number.

  • Page 51: Pedalboard Setup

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Section 6 - Pedalboard set-up The Utility section of the RP-12 contains the pedalboard setup menu. This menu is reached by pressing the <UTILITY> button. The proce- dure is as follows: • Press the <UTILITY> button once. The display reads: ¡Pedalboard ™Contrast 5 ≥...

  • Page 52: Pedals, Pedal Assignments, Toggle Cc 0-127, Cc Pedal 0-127

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual ¡Pedals option allows different functions to be assigned to Pedals each of the pedals on the pedalboard. • From Program mode, press the <UTILITY> button once. ¡ • Press the Function button <MOD > once. The display reads: ¡Pedals ™CC Ped £PrgList Assign≥...

  • Page 53: Cc Pedal, Assign Cc Pedal, Transmit, Calibrate Pedal

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual This section allows you to assign the CC Pedal’s CC number and CC Pedal transmit Channel number. • From Program mode, press the <UTILITY> button once. ¡ • Press the Function button <MOD > once. The display reads: ¡Pedals ™CC Ped £PrgList Assign≥...

  • Page 54: Prglist Assign, List Size, Steps

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual ¡Assign CC Pedal ™Calibrate Pedal ™ • Press Function button <MIX >. The display reads: Set Pedal Down (Forward) press¡ • Move the pedal to its full forward (toe down) position, and press ¡ Function button <MOD >.

  • Page 55: Led Assign, Naming Banks

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual buttons, you will scroll through the number of steps that you assigned from the above List Size. For example: if you assigned your List Size to be 6 steps, you will have 6 assignments available. You may have noticed, as you increment and decrement the Step Number, the Program Name and number change with the step num- ber.

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual ¡LEDs:Normal ≤™Bank Names ™ • Press Function button <MIX > and the display will look something like this: ¡BANK NUMBER 1 Top 5-1 • Press Function button <Name> button and the display will look some- thing like this: Top 5-1 ¡CAPs ™SPC £NUM •...

  • Page 57: Contrast, Output Mode

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Section 7 - RP-12 set-up The Utility section of the RP-12 contains the Contrast Menu, Output Mode, Cabinet Emulation Menu, Sales Banner Menu, and the Reinitializing Menu. These menus are reached by pressing the <UTILI- TY> button. The procedure is as follows: •...

  • Page 58: Cabinet Emulation, Sales Banner

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual ™CabEm: option allows you to select: All On , All Off, and Local. Cabinet Emulator All On indicates the Cabinet Emulation Parameter will always be set to on. All Off indicates the Cabinet Emulation Parameter is always off. Local indicates the stored Parameter value is being used.

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Reinitializing the RP-12, restores the factory presets and deletes any Reinitializing the RP-12 user presets stored or not stored. It will be exactly as it was the day it left the factory new. From the Program title screen, press the <UTILI- TY>...

  • Page 60: Midi Channel, Send Program

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual SECTION 8 - MIDI set-up The RP-12’s MIDI set-up allows you to access and change MIDI Parameters. This is where you are able to edit your MIDI channels, turn the Program send on or off, edit the Program send and receive maps, edit the Device number, assign CC numbers, dump MIDI SysEx data, and turn MIDI merging on or off.

  • Page 61: Program Send Map, Devices, Device Map

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Device mapping allows the RP-12 to act as a controller for up to four Program Send Map other devices. From the MIDI options menu: • Press the <RIGHT> Parameter button. The display reads: ¡Prg Send Map ≤™Prg Rcv Map ≥ ¡...

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual the RP-12. If this Parameter is set to DISABL, the selected RP-12 Program Change will send nothing to the external device. Select the Program Change number that will be sent (1-128, DISABL) using the <UP/DOWN> Parameter buttons. The Program Recieve Map function allows you to map incoming MIDI Program Rcv Map Program Changes to any Program in the RP-12.

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual • From the Parameter screen press and hold the <MIDI> button. The display reads something like: ¡Link # = Nolink ™Assign NOTE: All presets have factory established CC Links. If the select- ed Parameter is not linked, it will select the next available CC link for assignment.

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual NOTE: The MINIMUM CC VALUE and MAXIMUM CC VALUE Parameters allow you to limit the range of the continuous controllers in the full on and full off positions. The values you select on these two screens determine the behavior of the continuous controller. For exam- ple, if a Parameter ranges from 0-100 and MINIMUM CC VALUE is set at 40, the lowest the Parameter can go to via continuous control is 40.

  • Page 65: Display Ccs

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual ¡Link ™New£[PARAM NAME] This screen gives you the option of either reassigning the link (NEW) or selecting a different Local CC Link number. To reassign the link: ™ • Press Function button <MIX >. If a Parameter has not been selected for continuous control, the display briefly reads: Move to Param to Link Local CC...

  • Page 66: Program Dump

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual This option allows you to dump a SysEx copy of the entire contents of Bulk Dump the RP-12 memory out the MIDI port. This is particularly useful for backing up the memory of the RP-12, or copying all the Programs from one RP-12 to another.

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Dump ¡Prg:### ™as:### £Start • Using the <UP> and <DOWN> Parameter buttons, select the Program number you want to dump out the MIDI port. ™ • Press Function button <MIX > once. Note that the cursor moves ™...

  • Page 68: Specifications

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Section 9 - appendix A/D Converter: 16 bit PCM Specifications D/A Converter: 16 bit PCM Sampling Frequency: 40 kHz DSP Section: Architecture: Static-Dynamic Instruction Set Computer (S-DISC II™) Digital Signal Path Width: 24 bits (144.5 dB) Internal Data Path Width: 48 bits (289 dB) Dynamic Delay Memory: 64k x 24 bits (1.68 seconds) Static Delay Memory: 256 24-bit registers (6.55 milliseconds) Data ALU Processing: 10.0 MIPS...

  • Page 69: Factory Algorithm Diagrams

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Factory Algorithm Diagrams Following, are block diagrams of all the Factory Algorithms. These dia- grams show all of the input and output information associated with each Module, as well as the signal path routings for each of the 36 Algorithms.

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Algorithm #6 DCho -> 2TDly -> 2 Pans DCho 3 x 1 2TDly 5 x 2 Pan A Dual Chorus Mono 3 x 1 Mixer 2-Tap Delay 1.4 Stereo 5 x 2 Mixer Auto Panner Inp 1 Out 1 Inp 1 Out 1...

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Algorithm #10 Wah -> Wham -> Cho -> Dly TWah Wham DCho 3 x 2 Traditional Wah Whammy Dual Chorus Stereo 3 x 2 Mixer Inp 1 Out 1 Inp 1 Out 1 Inp 1 Out 1 Inp 1 Out 1 INPUT...

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Algorithm #14 Mod Dly -> Revrb MDly 2 x 3 MVRB 4 x 2 Modulation Delay 2 x 3 Mixer MFX Reverb Stereo 4 x 2 Mixer Inp 1 Out 1 Inp 1 Out 1 Out 1 Inp 1 Out 1 Inp 1...

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Algorithm #18 DCho -> 4TDly -> Pan 5 x 1 Mono 5 x 1 Mixer Out 1 Inp 1 Inp 2 Inp 3 Inp 4 Inp 5 DCho 3 x 3 4TDly 6 x 2 Dual Chorus 3 x 3 Mixer 4-Tap Delay 1.4 Stereo 6 x 2 Mixer...

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Algorithm #20 DFla -> 4TDly -> Pan 5 x 1 Mono 5 x 1 Mixer Out 1 Inp 1 Inp 2 Inp 3 Inp 4 Inp 5 DFla 3 x 3 4TDly 6 x 2 Dual Flange 3 x 3 Mixer 4-Tap Delay 1.4 Stereo 6 x 2 Mixer...

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Algorithm #22 Gated Reverb GtRvb 3 x 2 Gated Reverb Stereo 3 x 2 Mixer Inp 1 Out 1 Inp 1 Out 1 LEFT INPUT Left In 1 Out L LEFT MAIN Out 2 Inp 2 Out 2 Right In 2 Out R...

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Algorithm #28 Dly -> Dual Chorus 2 x 1 DCho 4 x 2 Mono Delay 1.0 Mono 2 x 1 Mixer Dual Chorus Stereo 4 x 2 Mixer Inp 1 Out 1 Out 1 Inp 1 Out 1 Inp 1 Out 1 Inp 1...

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual 5 x 1 Mono 5 x 1 Mixer Algorithm #32 Inp 1 Out 1 Inp 2 Pitch -> 4TDly -> Pan Inp 3 Inp 4 Inp 5 2 x 1 4TDly 5 x 2 Mono 2 x 1 Mixer 4-Tap Delay 1.4 Stereo 5 x 2 Mixer Mono Pitch Shift...

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Algorithm #34 Pch2 -> Dly Pch2 2 x 1 2 x 1 Smooth Pitch Mono 2 x 1 Mixer Mono Delay 1.0 Mono 2 x 1 Mixer Inp 1 Inp 1 Inp 1 Out 1 Inp 1 Out 1 Out 1 Out 1...

  • Page 79: Block Diagram

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual The following is a simplified block diagram of the RP-12. Block Diagram Section 9 - Appendix...

  • Page 80: Midi Implementation Chart

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual MIDI Implementation Chart Function... Transmitted Recognized Remarks Basic Default 1-16 1-16 Memorized Channel Channel 1-16 1-16 Default Mode 3 Mode 3 Messages Mode Altered Note Number True Voice Velocity Note ON Note OFF After Key's Touch Ch's Pitch Bender Control Default Channel 1...

  • Page 81: Preset List

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Preset List Title Alg# Bank 1 Top Five-1 Heavy Chunk Shooting Star Title Alg# Clean and Tight Smart 3rds in A Bank 9 Morph-1 Dynamic Solo Phse/Trem Morph Wham and Eggs Pdl Intensified Det/Chor Morph Bank 2 Top Five-2 Time Warp Auto Wahtch It !

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    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Lively Strum Psycho Flange Title Alg# 8 String Whammy 5 String Bank 17 Jazz/Fusion-1 Title Alg# Big Chorus Room Bank 25 Special Pedal Synth New Ages Floydian Fun Fused 4ths Fantasia 5ths Jazzman Chorus Chinstrap HorrorFilmscore Bank 18 Jazz/Fusion-2 Sound On Sound Fusion Tone...

  • Page 83: Harmony Interval Chart

    RP-12 Owner’s Manual Harmony Interval Charts Interval Major Minor Harm.Minor Mel.Minor Dorian Mixolydian Lydian üOct ü7th ü6th üOct üOct üOct üOct ¨2nd ¨3rd ¨4th ¨5th ¨6th ¨7th ¨Oct Lydian Minor Whole Hlf-Whl Whl-Hlf Major Int. Int. Int. Int. Blues Int. Int.

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    Telephone (801) 566-8800 FAX (801) 566-7005 International Distribution: 3 Overlook Dr Unit 4 Amherst, New Hampshire 03031 U.S.A. FAX (603) 672-4246 DigiTech™, S-DISC™, Whammy™ and Silencer™ are registered trademarks of Harman Music Group Incorporated Copyright © 1996 Harman Music Group Incorporated Printed In USA 9/96 Manufactured in the U.S.A.

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