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22 X32 DIGITAL MIXER Preliminary User Manual
When Layer 1 is selected, the far left encoder push button allows you to select
between virtual front and rear outputs. Rear is suitable for drums due to it being
less reective. Front is well-suited for vocals and other dynamic instruments.
TheVintage button enables the simulation of the input transformers.
Stereo/Dual Tube Stage/Overdrive
Tube Stage/Overdrive is a versatile eect capable of emulating a variety of
modern and classic tube preamps. Available in stereo and dual-mono versions,
use Tube Stage/Overdrive to dial in warm and fuzzy sounds from subtle to
DRIVE adjusts the amount of harmonics being driven by the eect. EVEN and ODD
adjust the amount of even and odd harmonics. GAIN adjusts the output gain of
the eect. LO CUT sets the input frequency below which the source signal will not
pass through the eect. HI CUT sets the input frequency above which the input
signal will not pass through the eect. BASS GAIN/FREQ adjust a low shelving
lter at the output of the eect. TREBLE GAIN/FREQ adjust a high shelving lter at
the output of the eect.
Stereo Imager
A Stereo Imager is typically used to control the placement of a signal within the
stereo eld during mixdown or mastering. Modeled after the BEHRINGER Edison
rack unit, X32’s Stereo Imager will lend a professional quality to your live and
recording performances.
The BALANCE knob allows you to emphasize the mono or stereo components
of the input signal. The mono and stereo signals can be panned independently
with the MONO PAN and STEREO PAN knobs. OUT GAIN is used to compensate for
level changes resulting from the eect. The phase can also be shifted using the
shelving knobs. Select the frequency and bandwidth (Q) using the corresponding
knobs, then adjust the gain with the SHV GAIN knob.
Rotary Speaker
Rotary Speaker emulates the sound of a Leslie rotating speaker. X32’s Rotary
Speaker provides more exibility than its electro-mechanical counterpart,
andcan be used with a variety of instruments, and even vocals, to create a
whirling, psychedelic eect.
The LO SPEED and HI SPEED knobs adjust the rotational speed of the
SLOWandFAST Speed selection, and can be toggled with the FAST button.
TheACCEL(eration) knob adjusts how quickly the speed increases and decreases
from the Slow mode to the Fast mode. The rotation eect can also be disengaged
with the STOP button, which will stop the movement of the speakers.
DISTANCE adjusts the distance between the Rotary speakers and the
Chorus / Stereo Chorus
Chorus samples the input, slightly detunes it and mixes it with the original
signal to produce a somewhat thicker, shimmering sound. Use it to thicken up
background vocals, or to double the sound of brass and woodwind instruments.
Where as DELAY L/R set the total amount of delay for the left and right channel,
WIDTH determines the amount of modulated delay. SPEED sets the modulation
speed. MIX adjusts the balance of the dry and wet signals. You can further sculpt
the sound by trimming some of the low and high end from the eected signal
with the LO and HI CUT knobs. Additionally, the PHASE knob can tweak the
phase oset of the LFO between left and right channel and the SPREAD knob
adjusts how much of the left channel is mixed into the right and vice versa.
Finally,theWAVE knob blends between the “Danish-style” digital triangular
chorus sound and the classic analog sine wave.
Flanger / Stereo Flanger
The Flanger emulates the phase-shifting sound (comb-ltering)
originallycreated by applying pressure against the ange of the reel on a tape
recorder. This eect creates a unique “wobbly” sound that is quite dramatic when
used on vocals and instruments.
The controls of this eect are nearly identical to the Chorus eect block.
Additionally, the FEEDBACK can be adjusted with positive and negative amounts
and also band-limited with the FEED HC (high-cut) and FEED LC (low-cut) knobs.
Stereo Phaser
A Stereo Phaser, or phase shifter, applies multiple STAGES of modulated lters to
the input signal to create a “notch” in the frequency response, and then applies
a MIX with the original for a “swirling” eect. Use X32’s Stereo Phaser to add a
“spaced-out” sound to vocal or instrument tracks.
SPEED adjusts the LFO rate and DEPTH sets the LFO modulation depth.
The BASE knob adjusts the frequency range of the modulated lters.
Theresonance is adjusted with the RESO knob. The WAVE knob shapes the
symmetry of the LFO waveform and PHASE dials in an LFO phase dierence
between the left and right channel. The modulation source can also be the signal
envelope, which produces vowel-like opening and closing tones. The ENV MOD
knob adjusts how much this eect takes place (positive and negative modulation
is possible), and the ATTACK, HOLD and RELEASE knobs all tailor the response of
this feature.