MFX/EQ (Master Effect/EQ)
On this page you can adjust the settings for the master
effects. These settings consist mainly of the following.
• Specify the routing for the master effects.
• Select the effect type for the master effects, and edit the
• Turn each effect on/off.
• Edit the return level to the L/R bus for the master effect
The IFX and MFX/EQ tab pages allow you to edit all of the
effect parameters that cannot be edited from the PS60 itself.
Parameter names shown in purple are the effect parameters
that can be edited from the PS60.
The master effects do not output any direct (Dry) sound.
The return level settings ʺReturn 1ʺ and ʺReturn 2ʺ adjust
the amount of effect sound (Wet) that is returned to the L/R
bus and mixed with the L/R bus signal.
The master effect input/output is stereo‐in/stereo‐out, but
the output may be monaural depending on the type of effect
( "MFX1 On/Off" on page 4)
MFX/EQ (Master Effect/EQ) MFX&EQ Routing
[No Effect, Stereo Chorus, Stereo Flanger,
These select the effect type for each master effect (pages 117,
119). Click the effect type, and choose from the list that
If you choose No Effect, the output from the master effect
will be muted.
These specifies the return level from the master effect to the
L/R bus (after which it passes through EQ, and is sent from
OUTPUT L/MONO and R).
Mastern FX Chain
On: Master effects 1 and 2 will be connected in series, in the
order of master effect 1 → master effect 2.
When chain is On, this sets the level at which the sound is
sent from the first master effect to the next master effect.
Vintage Cho/Flg, Stereo Phaser]
[No Effect, Hall, Plate, Room, Delay]