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14
System Functions
Selecting an Input Mode
If you will be using the REV500 to process monophonic
input (from the left input connector), you must use the
INPUT SELECT function to inform it of this fact.
To change the input mode, first press the UTILITY key. If
necessary, press the UTILITY key again until the INPUT
SELECT display appears:
Stereo input
Mono input
Use the REV TIME control to switch between the STEREO
and L-MONO input settings. When you have made your
setting, press one of the PROGRAM keys to exit the utility
mode.
Selecting an Output Mode
You can set the REV500 to output the processed effect
signal only, or a mixture of the both direct output and the
processed signal. (If you elect to add the direct signal, the
balance between the direct and effect output signals will be
determined by the EFF LEVEL setting.)
To change the output mode, first press the UTILITY key. If
necessary, press the UTILITY key again until the OUTPUT
MODE display appears:
Effect output only
Effect plus direct output
Use the REV TIME control to switch between the EFFECT
ONLY and ADD DIRECT output mode settings. When you
have made your setting, press one of the PROGRAM keys to
exit the utility mode.
Setting the Footswitch Function
You can use an FC5 footswitch with your REV500, for
hands-free control of one of two functions frequently
required during live performances. You can use the
footswitch either to mute the REV500’s effect output, or to
advance the current program selection.
You can select which of these two roles the footswitch will
perform using a utility function. To access this function,
press the UTILITY key. The LED above this key will light,
and one of the REV500’s utility function displays will
appear in the LCD. If necessary, press the UTILITY key
again until the FOOT SWITCH display appears:
Footswitch mutes effect
Footswitch
changes program
Program
change range
Use the REV TIME control to switch between the EFF
MUTE and PGM SEL functions. If you select the former, the
REV500’s effect output will be suppressed when you
depress the footswitch. Depress the footswitch again to
release the effect mute.
If you select the latter function, depressing the footswitch
will cause the current program selection to advance in the
order specified by the MIDI program change map (see page
16). This function also lets you adjust the range of MIDI
program change numbers that the footswitch can select. Use
the PRE DELAY control to move the cursor from PGM SEL
to the range setting, then use the REV TIME control to
adjust the upper value of this setting (which may be
anywhere from 1 to 128). The footswitch will advance the
current program selection until it reaches the program
change number you have set. Depressing the footswitch
again will return the program change number to 1.
When you have made your settings, press one of the
PROGRAM keys to exit the utility mode.
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