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7. Input 2
Connect a second input to this jack for stereo operation. Inputs 1 and 2 are processed separately
through the effect then fed to Outputs 1 and 2, keeping true stereo separation between channels.
Turns the effect on or off. When this footswitch is pressed and held while the effect is enabled, it
will modulate the synth effect signal. The Indicator LED will light green and the synth signal will
modulate with a vibrato much like a mod wheel induces on a keyboard synth. When the footswitch
is released, the LED will switch back to red and the vibrato will stop.
NOTE: Vibrato is only heard on the synth signal. If the MIX knob is set to full dry (fully counter-
clockwise), the synth signal and vibrato will not be heard.
9. Output 2
Connect this output to the input of a second guitar amplifier when a second amp is being used.
When only the Input 1 (Mono) jack is connected, guitar and effect signal can be heard in both
Outputs 1 and 2 when they are used.
10. Output 1 (Mono)
Connect this output to the input of a single guitar amplifier or amp effects return.
11. START / STOP Knobs
This concentric potentiometer has two knobs. The inner START knob sets the start frequency
position for the synth filter sweep when the V1 voice option is selected. When the V2 voice option
is selected, this knob will change the vocal formant range.
The outer STOP knob sets the stop frequency position for the synth filter sweep when the V1 voice
option is selected. When the V2 voice option is selected, this knob will change the direction of the
vocal formant sweep (direction will change when moving through the 12 o’clock position of the
12. MIX / MOD Knobs
This concentric potentiometer has two knobs. The inner MIX knob controls the amount of effect
added to the dry (unprocessed) signal. Turn this knob clockwise for more effect or counter-
clockwise for less effect. The outer MOD knob adds chorus to the synth signal.