2 NAME (Patch Name)
This shows the name of the patch currently being edited. Click on the "NAME" text box and
use the computer keyboard to edit the name.
Patch names can consist of up to 12 characters.
3 TYPE (Effect Type)
This shows the effect type of the patch currently being edited. Click on the "TYPE" text box to
select an effect type from the pull-down effect type list.
4 KNOB ASSIGN
This shows the parameters that are assigned to the MAGICSTOMP's three control knobs. Click
on a "KNOB ASSIGN" text box to open the pull down list of parameters that are available for
the currently selected effect type. From this list, select the parameter you want assigned to the
corresponding control knob.
5 PAGE (Parameter Page)
Click on a "PAGE" button that has an illuminated line underneath to display the parameter
knobs that can be edited for the currently selected effect type. Also, the button with the
orange illumination around its perimeter is the button for the currently selected page.
The number of parameters varies with the effect type.
6 Parameter Knobs
These knobs are used to edit parameter values for the selected effect type. The name of the
parameter is shown above the knob and the parameter's value is shown below.
Selecting Parameter Knob Operation
You can use the mouse to edit values with the knobs.
On Windows machines, right click on any knob to display the pull-down menu.
On Macintosh machines, hold down the control key and click on any knob to display the
When "Rotate" is selected, click on the knob and drag the mouse in a circular motion around
the knob to change parameter values. Also, clicking on the knob at the point you want it set
at, sets the knob to that point.
When "Up/Down or Left/Right" is selected, click on the knob and drag the mouse vertically or
horizontally changes parameter values.
The following methods are also available for changing parameter values.
• Click in the upper half of the value box to increase the value one increment at a time. Click
in the lower half to decrease the value one increment at a time.
• On Macintosh machines, click on a knob to select the knob, then use the "← / → / ↑ / ↓"
cursor keys on the computer to raise or lower values.
• On Windows machines, click on a knob to select the knob, then use the " page up / page
down" keys on the computer to raise or lower values.
This setting effects all knobs.