Midiverb II Manual. Midiverb II Program Guide. Alesis Midiverb 4 Review - Record-Producer. The Alesis MidiVerb 4 reverb and effects processor is a low cost effects unit that functions according to normal professional practice, and therefore can be seen as an ideal introduction to reverb and effects units. Digital reverb is an effect that is used in just about every recording made.

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Alesis quick start owner's manual usb midi controller keyboard photon 25 61 pages. Page 3 MidiVerb 4 Reference Manual Page 6 Modulation Parameters Index This will decrease the possibility of overload distortion and keep the amount of background noise to a minimum.

MidiVerb 4 Programs are numbered from 00 to Using Online Help The MidiVerb 4 has built-in online help to assist you in identifying parameter functions from the display, without having to look things up in this manual. The dry signal may then be combined at the mixing console with the returning wet signal. Page Storing Edited Programs Program from memory before storing the edited Program, your changes will be lost forever.

Page Bypassing Effects Bypassing Effects At any time you can bypass the effects, thereby allowing the direct signal to pass through the MidiVerb 4 unchanged. Page Using The Aux Sends headphone mix, and individual, post-fader effect sends.

Typically, if a mixer has more than two sends per channel 4, 6 or 8, perhaps , the first two sends are reserved for the cue sends, while the remaining sends are used to feed effects, such as the MidiVerb 4. Page Using Inserts If you do not hear any audio after making these connections, swap the input and output cables at the MidiVerb 4, as these may be wired backwards.

Page Using Main Outputs Stereo. The connection is made in a similar fashion as described above. MidiVerb 4 Reference Manual Page Midi Note: It is not necessary to follow step 2 if you intend to only send information to the MidiVerb 4, and do not need to receive information back from it.

This should be plugged in prior to power-up so that the MidiVerb 4 can configure itself for the type of footswitch being used. When the footswitch mode is set to the Advance function, each time the footswitch is pressed the MidiVerb 4 will advance to the next Program number. Each of the internal Programs in the MidiVerb 4 use one Configuration. There are 32 different Configurations available, each of which fall into one of four categories. This is because the channel 2 effect is being fed the output of the channel 1 effect.

Page Reverb Effects Plate Reverb This is a simulation of a classic echo plate, a 4' by 8' suspended sheet of metal with transducers at either end used to produce reverb. This algorithm uses the most processing available for a truly realistic reverb plate simulation.

Page Reverb Parameters Overview of Effects — Chapter 3 Reverb Parameters Most of the reverb effects in the MidiVerb 4 operate under the same set of control parameters, which are listed and described in this section. However, reverbs which use more processing power i. This can be set between 10 and ms, and controls both the hold and release times of the gate effect. Page Delay Effects An additional parameter, called Note, is used to determine what beat value your tempo represents.

For example, if you set the note to 4, then you can set the tempo using quarter-note beats to establish delay time. If instead you set the Note to 4t, the same delay tempo setting will play faster because it is simulating quarter-note triplets in relation to the selected tempo. For example, if you set the Note value to 4, then you can synchronize to the quarter-note beats of the incoming MIDI clock.

If instead you set the Note value to 8t, you can synchronize to eighth-note triplets relative to the incoming MIDI clock signal. It does this by actually delaying the uneffected signal by as mush as 12 milliseconds an amount virtually undetectable to the human ear.

Page Flange The Auto Pan effect alternates the loudness of the signal in opposite channels at a definable rate. Low and high frequency cutting is available, and like the flange effects can be triggered by the input signal either the left or right input, or both.

Page 39 how long the Auto Pan will wait before it can be retriggered. The Direction parameter can be set to alternate; that is, the Auto Pan will change its start direction with each succesive trigger. Page Editing Programs A Configuration is made up of one or more effects. Each of the internal Programs of the MidiVerb 4 use one Configuration. When you want to create your own Program, the first thing you must decide is which Configuration you wish to use. Then you need to locate a Program that already uses this Configuration.

This means that the [PROG] button must be lit. If the [PROG] button is not lit, press it now. Page Moving Through Pages Using Online Help The MidiVerb 4 has built-in online help to assist you in identifying parameter functions from the display, without having to look things up in this manual.

Once you have accessed Edit mode see previous section , you can select any of the parameters shown in the display by pressing the corresponding button [A], [B], [C] or [D]. Page 45 [D] should be pressed to select the desired parameter for editing.

If there is no corresponding parameter for one or more of the [A], [B], [C] and [D] buttons in a particular page, it will be indicated in the display when the button is pushed. Page Utility Button 4 ignores program change messages. When set to on, incoming MIDI program change messages received on the same channel the MidiVerb 4 is set to will recall the same numbered User Program. When set to table, the MidiVerb 4 will use the Program Change Table see below to remap incoming program change messages.

However, the MidiVerb 4 has Programs to choose from. Therefore, the Program Table allows us to choose which of the Programs will be recalled when certain program change numbers are received.

This footswitch can perform either one of two functions: Bypass or Advance. The function is selected from the UTILity mode. When Cascade mode is on routing the output of Ch. Page Midi Applications Omni mode receives on all 16 channels simultaneously. When you send a Sysex dump back to the MidiVerb 4, it will automatically go into receive mode you do not have to do anything special. Page Realtime Modulation Functions Configuration, and therefore cannot be changed.

But what does this mean to you? Page Troubleshooting Unit does not respond to front panel controls. This will reset all Utility parameters to their default settings, and will recall Preset For heavy dirt, use a non-abrasive household cleaner such as Formula or Fantastik. Spray onto a cloth, then use cloth to clean the unit. Do not return products to the factory unless you have been given specific instructions to do so.

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