Editing the effect parameters
The RADIAS provides a two-band equalizer and two insert effects for each timbre, and one master effect for
each program. Here's how to edit the insert effect and master effect settings.
Insert Effect settings
Here's how to edit the settings of insert effect 1 (FX1).
Master Effect settings
If you want to use the front panel knobs to edit the sequencer, insert effect, and master effect pa-
rameters, make sure that the MOD SEQUENCER [SELECT] button is set to EDIT.
If you want to keep the changes you make, you must write the data. Your changes will be lost un-
less you write. (☞p.32 "Saving an edited program")
Select insert effect 1 (FX1) using the INSERT FX [FX1-FX2] button.
When the INSERT FX [FX1-FX2] is lit, insert effect 2 is selected; when
this button is dark, insert effect 1 is selected.
When you press the INSERT FX [FX1-FX2] button in the Program
Play mode, the lower part of the display will show the effect program
currently assigned to each of the insert effects and the master effect.
Press the PAGE [+][–] button or [EXIT/NO] button to return to the previous screen.
Press the INSERT FX [ON] button.
If the [ON] button is lit, insert effect 1 is applied.
Go to the Program Edit mode P13–2: EQ/FX – IFX1 tab
Move the cursor to the effect name, and select effect
Use the cursor buttons to highlight either "Edit1" or
"Edit2" to select the effect parameters that will be
adjusted by the [EDIT1] and [EDIT2] knobs.
Use the [EDIT1] and [EDIT2] knobs to adjust the
selected parameters. The available parameters will depend on the effect type.
There are other effect parameters in the display that can also be adjusted.
Use the cursor buttons to scroll through the list of available parameters, and use the [PROGRAM/
VALUE] dial to adjust the settings. The effect parameters will depend on the effect type.
☞p.121 "Effect guide"
Press the MASTER FX [ON] button.
If the [ON] button is lit, the master effect is applied.
In the Program Play mode, the lower part of the display will show the effect type
just as for the insert effects.