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Your Studio Quad V2 was carefully assembled and packaged at the factory. Before you proceed any further, make sure the following items are included: • (1) Owner's manual • (1) DigiTech Studio Quad V2 Studio Effects Processor • (1) PS0920 Power Supply • (4) Rack screws •...
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual 1e) Parameter Data Sections - There are four Parameter Data sections in the display. They are immediately below the Information line, and correspond with the <1> through <4> buttons on the front panel. 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.
5) MIDI OUT / THRU - Merges MIDI data generated by the Studio Quad V2 with MIDI data received at the input. Please see pg. 31 for more information. 6) FOOTSWITCH - This jack allows connection of the DigiTech FS300 3-button footswitch or any shorting-type footswitch. If using the DigiTech FS300, button 1 increments through Programs, button 2 decrements through Programs, and button 3 bypasses the Studio Quad V2's effects.
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual To Amplifier or Mixer From Instrument or Direct Source To Amplifier or Mixer POWER 9VAC 2.2A INPUTS OUTPUTS MANUFACTURED IN THE SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH MIDI MIDI OUT/ OUTPUT LEVEL THRU FOOTSWITCH Figure 1-3 In-Line Connection EFFECTS LOOP This application uses the Studio Quad V2 in an effects loop of a mixing console.
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual REMEMBER: When you use this method to process stereo sources such as keyboards, the auxiliary sends on your console should be set up exactly opposite one another, as shown on channels 1 and 2 of Figure 1-5. Note that the left channel is sent to Aux 1, while the right channel is sent to Aux 2.
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual SECTION 2 - BASIC FUNCTIONS OF THE STUDIO QUAD V2 GETTING AROUND THE OPERATING SYSTEM The menu structure of the Studio Quad V2 has been specially designed to be easy to use. The display shows the information you need, but to make things even easier for you, illumination of the front panel buttons offers addition- al operating information.
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual The Default parameter allows you to select one of several effect settings stored in the Studio Quad V2's library. For example, there are 8 Dual Delay defaults to choose from. All Factory Programs use these Default settings. So, if you like the Delay that is being used in Factory Program 62, simply locate page one of the FX Module, then use the <4>...
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual EFFECT & INPUT / OUTPUT CONFIGURATIONS The Studio Quad V2's ability to accommodate a number of different input and output routing configurations makes it an extremely useful and flexible tool for many different applications. Programs 101 through 112 in the Factory Program bank are all the FX module configurations available in the Studio Quad V2.
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual LFOs - When you use LFOs, Parameter values can be controlled automatically between a defined minimum and maximum setting at a rate set by the user. The Studio Quad V2 has 2 user definable LFOs in each program that can be assigned to any Parameter.
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual • Press <2> to select the Modifier Type Parameter. • Using the Data wheel to scroll through the Modifier types: MIDI CC number 0 -127 and CHP (Channel Pressure or Aftertouch), L - 1 (LFO1), L - 2 (LFO2), or DYN (Dynamic). NOTE: Make sure you store any changes you don’t want to lose.
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual COMPARING PROGRAMS During the course of editing Programs, you may find that you want to compare the edited version of the Program to the original, stored version. Fortunately, the Studio Quad V2 provides you with this valuable A/B feature in the Compare function.
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual SECTION 3 - EFFECTS AND PARAMETERS ABOUT MODULES AND THE EFFECT CHARTS The Studio Quad V2's diverse selection of effect Modules allows you to achieve nearly endless combinations of effects and routings. To accomplish that goal, we've supplied you with several different module types in an effects configuration.
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual REVERBS Reverberation is probably the most widely used effect because it allows you to simulate the sound reflection charac- teristics of almost any kind of room. In a real room, reverb is a result of sound reflecting off room surfaces such as the walls, floor, ceiling, and objects in the room.
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual Reverbs PARAM. DESCRIPTION FX: Lvl Controls the signal input level fed to the Module. Varies from OFF to 100%. Dry: Lvl Controls the level of the dry (uneffected) signal. Ranges from OFF to 100%. Balance Controls the left/right positioning of the dry signal in the stereo soundfield.
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual Reverbs (continued) PARAM. DESCRIPTION Blend The BLEND control cross-mixes reverberations from the left side into the right side and vice-versa. This can be used to increase the realism of the simulated room by adding reverberations from different parts of the room to each channel. Varies from 0% to 99%. Prim &...
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual CHORUS AND FLANGE Both choruses and flangers use a Low Frequency Oscillator (LFO) to produce their rich, swirling effects. When you change the speed and depth Parameters of modulation effects, you're actually controlling the frequency and ampli- tude of the LFO.
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual Choruses DESCRIPTION PARAM. FX: Lvl Controls the signal input level fed to the Module. Varies from OFF to 100%. Dry: Lvl Controls the level of the dry (uneffected) signal. Ranges from OFF to 100%. Balance Controls the left/right positioning of the dry signal in the stereo soundfield.
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual Flangers PARAM. DESCRIPTION FX: Lvl Controls the signal input level fed to the Module. Varies from OFF to 100%. Dry: Lvl Controls the level of the dry (uneffected) signal. Ranges from OFF to 100%. Balance Controls the left/right positioning of the dry signal in the stereo soundfield.
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual PHASERS Phasers create a copy of the original signal and modulate that new signal’s phase relationship to the original signal. When the two signals are reunited at the output, the modified signal, moving smoothly in and out of phase, causes continuous cancellations and reinforcements at different frequencies throughout the modulating cycle.
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual ROTARY SPEAKER SIMULATOR / TREMOLO / AUTO PANNER The Rotary Speaker Simluator allows you to emulate the classic rotating speaker sound, without the chiropractic problems that come with moving bulky speaker cabinets. Tremolos and Auto Panners are similar to one another because they use an LFO to modulate the level of the signal. This allows you to re-create the tremolo effects commonly found on vintage instrument amplifiers.
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual DETUNERS / PITCH SHIFTERS Detuners are similar to pitch shifters, but the intervals between the detuned signal and the original are much small- er, usually expressed in cents (hundredths of a semitone). The Studio Quad V2 uses percentages of semitones to express the shifted note's distance from the original.
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual Pitch Shifters PARAM. DESCRIPTION FX: Lvl Controls the signal input level fed to the Module. Varies from OFF to 100%. Dry: Lvl Controls the level of the dry (uneffected) signal. Ranges from OFF to 100%. Balance Controls the left/right posistioning of the dry signal in the stereo soundfield.
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual DELAYS A delay produces discrete, repeating echoes of the source material at a specified interval. In digital delays, the input signal is "sampled" or recorded into memory, where it is held for the amount of time you specify with the delay time setting, after which the sample is replayed at the output.
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual EQUALIZERS The Studio Quad V2 has a broad selection of equalizer Modules to cover virtually any need. Both mono and stereo modules are available. Remember that mono equalizers connected to stereo sources will always sum the stereo sig- nal together for equalization (thus eliminating the stereo image).
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual NOISE GATE / COMPRESSOR Noise gates are particularly useful for preventing mic rumble, wind noise, or hum from getting to tape in your recordings, or for gating drum kits to prevent mic bleed. Compression does exactly what its name implies; it compresses the dynamic range of the signal. It does this by turn- ing signals down as they become louder.
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual MULTI EFFECTS MODULES The Studio Quad V2, Multi Effect Modules allow the User to combine either Delay and Chorus or Delay and Flange within one Effect module block. This is ideal for situations where the User needs to add another effect to the Effect Configuration, but is running low on signal processing resources.
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual SECTION 4 - IN LEVELS & UTILITIES AUTOMATIC INPUT LEVELING Proper input level adjustment can be the difference between an acceptable recording and a great recording. Fortunately, the Studio Quad V2 has the ability to automatically optimize your input levels based on the signal sent to the input(s).
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual Program change number to recall. As this number increases above Program 100, note that STUDIOUSER changes to STUDIOFACT, indicating that the mapped number will recall the indicated Program number in the Factory bank. Pressing <3> again will toggle between the User and Factory banks. •...
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual • Using the Data wheel, select the Program number you want to dump. Note that the AS PRG number changes as you scroll. • Press <3> and use the Data wheel to select the Program location where you want the Program dumped. •...
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual PROGRAM AUTOLOAD From the factory, the Studio Quad V2 ships with this option turned on. With the Program Autoload function turned on, any time you change to a new Program, it is automatically loaded into active memory and begins performing its function.
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual • Press <UTILITY> and scroll to Page 8 of the Utility Menu using the <NEXT PAGE> and <PREV PAGE> keys. The dis- play reads: Factory Reset - press %kHz %kHz %kHz %kHz CHANGED CHANGED MIDI CLIP IN 1 OUT 1...
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual EFFECTS AND DEFAULTS LIST The following is a list of effects available in the Studio Quad V2. Both the module Type and the effect name appears on Page one of all FX Modules. Please note maximum delay times vary depending on the module Type being used. Please refer back to pg.14 for more information concerning Module types.
Studio Quad V2 User's Manual STUDIO QUAD V2 FACTORY PROGRAM LIST CLASSIC REVERBS AMBIENT PROGRAMS Nice Hall Detuned Doubler Stage in a Small Hall Telephone Lines Rich Chamber T.V. in a Room Precious Plate Slow Doppler Pan Grand Cathedral Small Ambience Large Wood Room Live Ambience Percussion Plate...