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Plug-ins  Controlling the parameters of a plug-in

Controlling the parameters of a plug-in

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The popup window for each plug-in contains the following items.
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INPUT popup buttons (L/R)
Press these buttons to access the INPUT PATCH popup window, in which you can select a
signal to patch to the L/R channel.
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SAFE button
Switches Recall Safe on/off for the rack.
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TEMPO button
Enables you to select the tempo of the tap tempo function. For details on the plug-ins that can
be used, refer to the data list.
This button will appear if a delay-type or modulation-type effect is selected.
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DEFAULT button
Restores the default parameter settings.
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Parameter field
Shows the parameters of the currently-selected plug-in.
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Screen encoder access field
Shows the name and value of the parameters that are assigned to the screen encoders.
To switch the parameters that are being controlled, press a tab within the screen.
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BYPASS button
Bypasses plug-ins.
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OUTPUT popup buttons (L/R)
Press these buttons to access the OUTPUT PATCH popup window, in which you can select a
signal to patch to the L/R channel.
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IN/OUT meters
Indicate the level of the signal before and after it passes through the plug-in.
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CUE A/B buttons
Turn on one of the buttons to audition the signal processed by the plug-in. You can choose
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CUE A, CUE B, or CUE A+B.
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ASSIST button
When you press this button, the screen shows the parameter assignments that can be operated
by the screen encoders.
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