DIGITECH RP12 MANUAL PDF

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Quick Links. Download this manual. A Harman International Company. Table of Contents. The RP offers you a fresh approach to guitar sound creation, giving you the hottest tones and total control of the best digital effects in the industry.

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When you change programs using the pedalboard, any unstored modifications you have made to a Program will be lost. The top line of the display will show the current setting. Each Function key is num- bered and performs several functions in the Utility and MIDI modes depending on the selected menu screen. The Algorithm selection screen works in conjunction with the LED dis- play to show the currently selected Algorithm number.

Broken down into individual categories, specific Modules and their abbreviated library names are as follows: Analog Effects Module Name Module Abbrv. Distortion Gain Controls the amount of distortion produced by the RP Now take a look at the middle and lower curves in the diagram, and notice the much narrower bandwidth of the curves with a Q setting of 4 and 8.

Description BigVerb Studio-quality reverb. Ranges from 25 to milliseconds. ER set- tings in BigVerb only. ER Shape Controls the shape of the early reflection enve- lope. Controls the dispersal and density of reverber- ations through the course of the early portion of RV RT Turns the Module on or off. Reverb Pre-Delay.. Sets the amount of time before the reverbera- tions are heard. Adjustable from 0 to mil- liseconds. Description Mono Delay x. There are two audio trig- gering options and one manual triggering option.

Page Pitch Shifters Both notes are constant in pitch, but subtle additions in richness and overtones can be heard. Controls the overall level of the pitch shift. Variable from 0 to Pitch Shft Amount.. Sets the interval between the original note and the pitch shifted note. Key Harmony Only.. Allows you to set the musical key for har- monies.

NOTE: The dual detuner has a predelay for each detune voice. Detune Amount Controls the amount of detuning. Determines the amount of detuning applied to the shifted note. Arp Pch Tracking This control should be set in relation to the amount of pitch shifting to be performed. When Modules are turned off, their Parameters disappear from the Parameter menu. To see the Parameters, you must turn the Module on.

Controls the overall level of the flange. Flange Delay Sets the amount of delay present in the flange effect. Varies from 0 to Flange Feedback.. Controls the amount of flanged sound fed back to the input of the Module. They allow multiple Module outputs to be connected to a sin- gle input of another Module. Each mixer channel is equipped with an input level to give you maximum control over levels coming from and going to different Modules. NG Threshold Sets the level at which the gate will open.

Controls the overall level of the wah effect. Wah Pedal Position.. Set the level of the output signal from the Phase Inverter Module. Adjustable from 0 to Section 4 - Effects and Parameters The Pedalboard functions can be broken down into two sections: Pedalboard functions that affect the processor directly and Pedalboard functions that interact with MIDI and then affect the processor. Upon hitting the assigned pedal, the CC pedal will be reassigned from its current controller, number to the new continu- ous controller number.

For example: if you assigned your List Size to be 6 steps, you will have 6 assignments available. You may have noticed, as you increment and decrement the Step Number, the Program Name and number change with the step num- ber.

All Off indicates the Cabinet Emulation Parameter is always off. Local indicates the stored Parameter value is being used. It will be exactly as it was the day it left the factory new.

If the select- ed Parameter is not linked, it will select the next available CC link for assignment. The values you select on these two screens determine the behavior of the continuous controller. This is particularly useful for backing up the memory of the RP, or copying all the Programs from one RP to another. These dia- grams show all of the input and output information associated with each Module, as well as the signal path routings for each of the 36 Algorithms.

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