The loop and the manual tone store functionality !
I am lil' bit confused about the loop function and the manual tone store functionality.
please tell me what is loop in here and how to use it?
and how can i store my own tone in it ?
please tell me the procedures... i'm a new amp user :(
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Re: the loop and the manual tone store functionality !
Usually the loop in is used with an EXTERNAL effects module where the audio signal is "looped" out through the external effect module and then back to the power amp to drive the speaker in the cabinet. The LOOP IN jack would receive signal from the EFFECTS module OUT jack.
The source to go TO the effects module INPUT may come from a jack such as preamp out, or sometimes the same loop jack if it usess the TRS (Tip-Ring-Sleeve) connection method.
If you do not have an external effects module, all this is a moot point in your case.
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You don't need to reset factory.
You just need to change the setting of LOCAL CONTROL.
Lets start ::: While holding TONE / SETTING button,press key D#7 at 7th octave (highest octave on the right hand). Then release. That's all.
Then the sound must be heard..
1. disconnect the AC Adapter to the 3030 (Make sure amp volume is all the way down)
2. While holding the STORE key down, reinsert the AC adapter to power back on. (..AL.. will flash on the display, indicating that the 3030 is standing by for the 'All Initialize' operation.
3. Press the STORE key again. The All Initialize function will be executed, and the Play mode returned. To cancel All Initialize function, press EDIT key. This cancels reset, returns to Play mode.
You can make a backup on your pc and load back Default settings or restore to default settings. Normally you should have I quote ' with up to 49 minutes of mono recording time (or 24 minutes in stereo), the RC-50 can function as a song recorder as well as a looper'
I have the RC300 which has 3 hrs recording time. But when i reach the limit. I make a backup and load back in a initial default setup which I have downloaded somewhere. But you can also restore to default from the unit itself. Hope this helps
If you monitor the recording there are two delays... one as audio is converted and stored... the next is when it is retrieved and converted back to audio. Usually the recording interfaces have a monitor function that loops the audio back out before the conversion. playing back previously recorded audio of course will have the delay to retrieve and convert back to audio.
That is the way it is supposed to work... It is a level control to control the level sent to an EXTERNAL effects unit. What external effects unit are you using? Brand and model please. If you proportion more to the effects loop, you want to make sure the EXTERNAL effects unit is on and its gain controls are up. The foot switch input should control the EXTERNAL effects unit when you plug the footswitch into the EXTERNAL unit. The footswitch input on the amp itself has NOTHING to do with the external effect loop, it only affects the amp's own DFX unit.
Have a look in your manual at the sections on Note Repeat and Time Division.NOTE REPEAT] – Holding this button while striking a pad causes the pad to retrigger at a rate based on the current Tempo and Time Division settings. The Note Repeat feature can be synced to an internal or external MIDI Clock source. [NOTE REPEAT] can function as a latching or momentary button 19. [TIME DIVISION] – This button is used to specify the rate of the Note Repeat and Arpeggiator features. When [TIME DIVISION] is activated, you can press one of the 8 switches to specify a time division. [TIME DIVISION] can function as a momentary or toggle button. Please note that while [TIME DIVISION] is active, the 8 assignable buttons will not function as MIDI CC or Program Change switches until [TIME DIVISION] has been de-activated. 20. [ARP ON/OFF] – This button enables and The manuals and updates can be downloaded here:http://www.akaipro.com/mpk49 Please let me know if this helps.