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55 X32 DIGITAL MIXER Preliminary User Manual
7.7 Eects Screen
The eects screen controls various aspects of the eight internal eects
processors. On this screen, the user can select specic types of eects for
the eight internal eects processors, congure their input and output paths,
monitortheir levels, and adjust the various eects parameters.
The home screen contains the following separate tabs:
1. Home: The home screen provides a general overview for all eight eects
processors, displaying what eect has been inserted in each of the eight slots,
as well as displaying input/output paths for each slot and the I/O signal levels.
2. FX1-8: These eight duplicate screens display all relevant data for the eight
separate eects processors, allowing the user to adjust all parameters for
the selected eect.
7.7.1 Eects Screen: Home Tab
The eects screen’s home tab provides a high-level overview of the eight eect
processor slots, giving the user “at-a-glance” feedback on what eects they
have assigned to the slots, the console source and destination for each processor,
andthe input/output levels for each processor.
To make adjustment on the eects screen’s home tab, perform the
1. Adjust the 1st encoder to select the input source for the currently highlighted
eect block. Signal path choices include:
• Insert Send
• Mix Bus 1-16
2. Tap the 1st encoder to assign the currently selected input source.
3. Adjust the 2nd encoder to select the input source for the right side of the
currently highlighted eect block.
4. Tap the 2nd encoder to assign the currently selected input source.
TIP: To congure an eect as mono input and stereo output, set both input
sources to the same signal path.
5. Adjust the 5th encoder to scroll among the dierent available audio eects.
Choices include:
6. Tap the 5th encoder to assign the selected eect to the currently highlighted
eects slot.
7. Adjust the 6th encoder to scroll among the eight eects slots, to select one
for editing.
8. Tap the 6th encoder to go to the edit page for the currently highlighted
eects slot.
7.7.2 Eects Screen: FX 1-8 Tabs:
The eect editor tab allows you to edit the parameters for the specic eect
processor assigned to the corresponding eects slot.
In order to more closely simulate the look and feel of the outboard processors
that are no longer necessary with a digital console, the individual eects
processor screen provides a graphical representation of the eect processor’s real
world physical counterpart. This provides greater ease of use to the user than a
simple text list of parameters.
To make adjustment on the FX screen’s editing tab, perform the following steps:
1. Adjust the six rotary encoders to change the various eect parameters
shown at the bottom of the screen.
2. Use the Layer up/down buttons to switch the rotary encoders to a second
set of parameters for eects that contain more than six adjustable
3. When the eect processor has been edited to your satisfaction, push the 6th
encoder to go back to the FX home tab (or simply resume the mixing duties
in general).
4. See the FX Descriptions chapter for details on specic parameters.
TIP: For the Graphic EQ eects, tap the 1st encoder to implement the “Graphic EQ
on Faders” function. This allows you to boost-cut the dierent EQ bands using the
8 console output faders, 8 faders at a time, with the relevant EQ bands displayed
on the channel LCD screens.
1. Hall Reverb 14. Rotary Speaker 27. Dual Enhancer
2. Plate Reverb 15. Tremolo/Panner 28. Stereo Enhancer
3. Vintage Reverb 16. Delay & Chamber 29. Dual Exciter
4. Vintage Room 17. Chorus & Chamber 30. Stereo Exciter
5. Ambience 18. Flanger & Chamber 31. Stereo Imager
6. Gated Reverb 19. Delay & Chorus 32. Dual Guitar Amp
7. Reverse Reverb 20. Delay & Flanger 33. Stereo Guitar Amp
8. Stereo Delay 21. Dual Graphic EQ 34. Dual Tube Stage
9. 3-tap delay 22. Stereo Graphic EQ 35. Stereo Tube Stage
10. Stereo chorus 23. Dual TruEQ 36. Dual Pitch
11. Stereo Flanger 24. Stereo TruEQ 37. Stereo Pitch
12. Stereo Phaser 25. Wave Designer
13. Mood Filter 26. Precision Limiter