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It is your gnd4 in the unlikely event that the GNX4 develops a problem. The switch is located to the right of the XLR jacks on the rear panel. The Effects Matrix displays the effects parameters available for editing in each preset.
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Displays The Displays give feedback of the various functions that are being used in manhal GNX4, including preset name, editing functions, tuner, utility menus, drum machine and recorder settings. Audio Routing Setups Setups Introduction The GNX4 is equipped with four manuql and four outputs that can be configured several different ways for both live and recording applications.
Audio Routing Setups – All input sources guitar, mic, line, drums, onboard 8-track recorder playback and USB playback are routed to both output pairs in mono. The Mic and Line Setups are configurations for the mic and manuual inputs designed for both live performance and recording applications. For many GNX4 users, its primary purpose will be for use in live performances. Whether you are a solo performer who spends weekends playing at a small club or the power-user playing the largest venues each night, the GNX4 has just what you need to do the gig right.
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To adjust your microphone input level for optimal use see Optimizing the To adjust your microphone input level for optimal use see Optimizing the Mic Input Level on page Footswitches turn the effects on and off. Footswitch 5 is used as a Tap-Tempo switch for setting the delay time during a live performance. Press Footswitches 3 and 4 simultaneously to access the Tuner. The display briefly flashes.
To begin tuning, play a note on your guitar a harmonic at the 12th fret usually works best. The red numeric display shows the note being played, They are located to the left of the Status Button.
Warped Amp Sound being heard: The sound that you hear while adjusting these parameters will depend on the channel status see chart below. Modeling applies the tone of one of several vintage or modern Amp Models and Cabinet Types to your guitar signal. Amp channels 1 and 2 have selectable amps and cabinets. Each channel has independent controls for gain, level, EQ, and mxnual tuning. The procedure for selecting Amps or Cabinets is as follows: Repeat steps 2 and 3 you have finished naming the new HyperModel.
Effects and Parameters Effects and Parameters The GNX4 features a comprehensive set of effects for creating just the sound you need for any musical application. Effects placed post amp are those that typically gxn4 best when heard in stereo like modulation effects, delay and reverb.
Preset Levels The GNX4 presets each have an independent level control for quick balancing of the levels between presets. Effects and Parameters better dynamics. Nanual you speak into the microphone, your instrument mimics what you say. There are five Talker types. Talker will have trouble tracking. If the input is too strong, the Talker will clip making the words unintelligible.
See Optimizing the Mic Input Level on page 13 for more information regarding mic level adjustment. The mic level sensitivity ranges are from A Noise Gate mamual designed to eliminate hiss and ambient noise while you are not playing. A Noise Gate can also be used to create an automatic swell in volume. Effects and Parameters Flanger A Flanger uses the same principle as a Chorus but has a shorter delay time and adds regeneration or repeats to mankal modulating delay.
This results in an exaggerated up and down sweeping motion to the effect. Effects and Parameters Parameter 3 – Knob 4 selects the Phaser sweep starting point. Ranges from bottom of the sweep point to msnual of the sweep point. Mod Mix – Knob 5 controls the mix of wet and dry signal. Ranges from all dry to all wet. It makes your guitar appear to speak based upon the dynamics of your playing style. Parameter 1 – Knob 2 adjusts the Attack of the synthesized voice. Ranges from Parameter 2 manuzl Knob 3 adjusts the Release of the synthesized voice.
Reverb Type – Knob 1 selects the type of Reverb or acoustic environment.
The GNX4 provides ten different environments to choose from including: Each parameter assigned to the Expression Pedal can have specific ranges of how much the parameter is controlled by using the minimum and maximum controls. However, you can configure the function of the Amp Channel Footswitch within a preset. A minimum and maximum value can be assigned. Individual LFO speeds can also be assigned. HyperModel with a preset that gives your single coil pickup a humbucker sound, uses no Compression, has a Noise Gate that opens quickly, a subtle Chorus effect, no Delay, and a little bit of a Hall reverb.
The following guide steps you through the process of creating just that preset in the GNX4. Selecting a Preset The first step to manuzl a custom preset of your own is maunal select a starting point. Therefore, you may want to change the settings. To access the Parameters for Channel 1, do the following: The display briefly reads Amp Saved and then returns to the name of the mmanual preset.
Creating a Preset Select the Pickup Type In our example preset we use a single coil pickup, but want it to sound like a bnx4 coil humbucker. Store the Preset The last step is to store our changes to a User Preset. If we changed presets or turned the GNX4 off without storing these settings, it would forget what we had done and revert back to the original preset.
Bank Down Footswitch – Selects the previous bank of presets.
Pressing and holding this footswitch scrolls down through banks. Preset Down Footswitch – Selects the previous preset. Pressing and holding this footswitch scrolls down through presets. Song Up Footswitch – Selects the next song. It also has a MIDI input.
Each of these inputs can be used to record audio and each has multiple different routing configurations available. Nothing is sent up majual USB 4 channel. Path C taps the guitar signal at the output of the GNX4 and can include any effects processing that may be used. Path C taps the signal at the output of the GNX4 and can include any effects processing that may be used. Since there is no onboard recording memory, you must first insert an optional Compact Flash CF memory card into the card slot on the rear panel to begin recording tracks.
The GNX4 supports most CF cards but obviously, the larger the card size, the more recording time is available. The GNX4 has eight individual tracks that can be recorded to. To select a pattern or file that you would like played back with a song, follow these steps: For example, the 8th Beat mxnual will display as 2.
This tempo should be set before any audio is recorded if the Click Track or drum machine is to be used as a metronome during recording. To select a Drum Kit, follow these steps: Begin with the recorder stopped.
Pre-Roll can also be used as a count in cue, indicating when the very beginning of the song starts. To setup the Pre-Roll mannual, follow these steps: Quantize function creates perfectly timed loops to the nearest eighth note of a given tempo. There are multiple input sources to select from which are outlined in the GNX4 Inputs and Recorder Routing section on page Press the PLAY button. The newly recorded track is automatically armed in PLAY status the track button is lit green and the track begins playing back.
Meter will reach clipping much easier which will cause distortion in the audio being played back.
To compensate for this, the GNX4 recorder has a Master Level to control the overall playback level of the internal recorder. To adjust the Master playback level, follow these steps: You can undo a track even while recording is in progress, thus eliminating having to stop and start all the recording procedures again. This lets mnual get the feel of hearing the guitar through the amp and effects while tracking, while only recording manuak dry guitar.
To re-amp a guitar track, follow these steps: Control Panel or press Footswitches 4 and 5 simultaneously until they light red to select Recorder mode.
To Undo a track that was just recorded, follow these steps: