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Alesis Midiverb II Instruction Manual
Here’s a setup procedure that you should follow closely: The triggering is normal but the thumping sounds might be unde- sirable. Press another number through 9. Simply assign the program of your choice to MIDI patch number This results in 15KHz bandwidth for the processed audio signal after Digital-to-Analog conversion. The speed and width of this panning effect is different for each program.
Although the pot for adjustment is easily accessible I have no idea how to do this procedure as it would require sending values 7FFF and down to the DAC but only the DSP can do this so you’d have to grab direct control over the DSP None that I know of worth checking: Check with your Alesis dealer. And came back with nothing so I had to open the box and take a closer look. But since chang- ing programs is 80 easy; deciding on the correct sound should be based on plenty of experimentation and your own taste.
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This will become the current program and will now be assignable to the MIDI patch number you just entered. This is the tricky part but will be well worth the effort.
This completes the program change. You might have to adjust other levels in your alwsis at this time. This completes the program assign.
All comments, ui, corrections, rectifications, amendments and revisions are warmly welcome here. The most impressive thing to me was the all of the different sounds and clarity.
Because the envelope of such instalments is so short there will be no sus- tained signal present to be intemjpted by the trig- gering action at the onset of the next input signal. Each program varies in tonal characteristics and decay time.
But there’s one more step. In general, smaller sounding spaces with smoother articulation of the reverb decay will provide the proper range of ambience for full dnim kits and rhythm section instrumenta The larger spaces wHI lend themselves readily to vocals and lead instruments.
You should hear very little, if any, background noise. By adjusting the mix control you can vary the alesix of perceived flanging and panning to suit your needs. Pressing the first number in a bank enters that group of pro- grams.
To a IceytxMird, drum machine, guitar, or microphone effected signal to dry signal on the mixer by using the individual input channel faders dry signal and the stereo effects returns effected signal from MV II.
But please become familiar with the full depth and richness of each program. With explosive sounds like drums and percus- sion or heavy pounding electric guitar that have very sharp attacks and quick decays, the trig- gering action occurs every time the signal hits the input of MIDIVERB II. Manul necessarily More subtle flanges can be created simply by changing the mix ratio. Processed signal is mixed with the ‘dry’ one in analog after the conversion MIX button.
Triggering alewis indksated the instant the green LED turns from off to oa Triggered flanges lend themselves most effectively to instmments with a sharp leading edge to their attack, like cymbal crashes or continuous percussive playing from drums or rhythm instruments electric rhythm guitar included. The instruction sequence DSP program consisting of bytes is continuously fetched in loop at 8 Manyal clock speed from Program store SRAM so that the whole program gets executed during one sample manua, You’ll be able to maintain spontaneity in your music while creating sounds as subtle or as dramatic as you like.
Make sure you are sending a strong, clear signal to the unit. The quality of the digital audio processing is excellent with bit conversion and bit internal processing. Actually only bytes required to store a DSP program are addressable. Use this as a reference guide and starting point. These levels will vary depending on the actual equipment used, but should fail somewhere in the shaded areas.
Check the sectton titled Connectton s for the proper method of installatkyi with your system. If you’re pressed for time, try this quick setup procedure. There is no dedicated ADC device involved. See the sec- tion titled The Programs for a complete listing of the banks and their programs. If you do hear much noise you should check your source to make sure you have a strong, clear output signal. You can now change any of the 32 assignable patches by pressing any patch number 01 from a controlling MIDI instrument.
Ail the flange programs vary in the depth and speed of the flanging effect In additkm most of these pro- grams include some degree of automatic stereo panning that varies in the speed and wklth of the pan effect This panning can be very dramatic and greatly enhances the creative possibilities of MIDIVERB irs flange programa Programs Two stereogenerator programs create stereosignalsfroma mono source-great for that wkto keyboard sound when you don’t want to use reverb or chorua The last three programs are regenerated echoes that vary in decay time and the extent of their traifing echoes -and they are astonishingly deaa Program CD, in comparison, uses a meager 16 bits.
Astun- ning modem studio effect fCNrmerty available only by laboriously flipping areei of reconjed tape over, playing It backwards and crossing your fingers. If you are using an instrument with stereo outputs keytdoard, daim machine, etc. For example, if you are connected to a mixer you will need to adjust the effects send s and receive s to the proper level, then set the master stereo output level of the mixer accordingly If you are connected to an instrument amplifier, you should adjust its volume control to the desired level.
They do make a difference. This delay and pitch modulation is continu- ously varied by a lew frequency oscillator Manyal effect creates changes over time in the frequency content of the mixed signal.
When MidiVerb II is switched on the first program in the mapping table is read and activated. This memory consisting of memory locations is only visible to the DSP. Then check the other level controls in your system again.