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Your Authorized ENSONIQ Dealer is your primary source for service and support. The above
information will be helpful in communicating with your Authorized ENSONIQ Dealer, and
provide necessary information should you need to contact ENSONIQ Customer Service. If you
have any questions concerning the use of this unit, please contact your Authorized ENSONIQ
Dealer first. For additional technical support, or to find the name of the nearest Authorized
ENSONIQ Repair Station, call ENSONIQ Customer Service at (610) 647-3930 Monday through
Friday 9:30 AM to 12:15 PM and 1:15 PM to 6:30 PM Eastern Time. Between 1:15 PM and 5:00
PM we experience our heaviest call load. During these times, there may be delays in answering
your call.
This manual is copyrighted and all rights are reserved by ENSONIQ Corp. This document may not,
in whole or in part, be copied, photocopied, reproduced, translated, or reduced to any electronic
medium or machine readable form without prior written consent from ENSONIQ Corp. The DP/2
software/firmware is copyrighted and all rights are reserved by ENSONIQ Corp.
Although every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the text and illustrations in this
manual, no guarantee is made or implied in this regard.

IMPORTANT:
This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if not installed and used properly,
that is, in strict accordance with the manufacturer's instructions, may cause interference to radio
and television reception. It has been designed to comply with the limits for a Class B computing
device in accordance with the specifications in Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC rules, which are
designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference in a residential installation.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures.
* reorient the receiving antenna
* relocate the instrument with respect to the receiver
* move the instrument away from the receiver
* plug the instrument into a different outlet so that the instrument and receiver are on
different branch circuits
If necessary, the user should consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for
additional suggestions. The user may find the following booklet prepared by the Federal
Communications Commission helpful: 'How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference

Problems. This booklet is available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.
20402. Stock No. 004-000-00345-4.

CAUTION! Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only


with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Discard used
batteries according to manufacturers instructions.
In order to fulfill warranty requirements, the DP/2 should be serviced only by an Authorized
ENSONIQ Repair Station. The ENSONIQ serial number label must appear on the outside of the
unit, or the ENSONIQ warranty is void.
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Output
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EffectA~EffectB

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A
the sound
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the sound goes


separately into
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the parallel
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A
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2 Source Config
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Effect A
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Output 1

Effect B
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Output 2

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the left side of Effect A


and
the left side of effect B

the right side of Effect A


and
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DP/2

A
Guitar Amp 1

B
Flanger

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remain in stereo
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Section 2

The DP/2 Effects


Inside this Section
Overview...................................................................................................................................... 1
Setting Up .................................................................................................................................... 2
1-Unit Presets .............................................................................................................................. 4
2-Unit Presets .............................................................................................................................. 11

Overview
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Acoustic GuitarMicrophone
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#52
Hall Reverb

#94.
VanderPol Filter

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This Quick-Start provides a full-bodied reverb and a VanderPol filter, which helps bring out the real-life sound of your guitar.
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Turn the DP/2 inputs and outputs knobs down all the way (counter-clockwise).
Plug your guitars effect send from your mixer into the DP/2s rear-panel input 1 jack.
Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 and 2 jacks to two returns on your mixing console. If youve only
got one return available, connect a cable from Output 1.
While playing your guitar, turn the input 1 knob clockwise until the red peak LED just above it is flashing occasionally.
Turn the outputs knob up until your mixer is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Press the {SYSTEM/MIDI} button. Press the {>} button until the large red number reads 46. Use the data entry knob to
dial in Set All 1U Pset Mixes To Wet=Yes.
Press the {EDIT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button.
Press the {<} button until parameter 00 is displayed in large red numbers.
Use the data entry knob to set the DP/2 to 1 Source Config.
Press {>} once. Use the data entry knob to set the AB Input Select to mono.
Press {>} once. Set the AB Unit Routing to parallel.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter k (if k isnt already
displayed). Press {>} again to do the same for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Use the data
entry knob to dial in #52, Hall Reverbthe 52 will start flashing.
Press the {B} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #94.,
Dual Delay. (This will be the second #94 you encounter, and will have a small dot to the right of the numeral.) In a
moment, the 94. will begin to flash.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.
Tip: To customize either of the effects, press {EDIT}, the appropriate letter and {>} or {<} to select its
parameters; use the data entry knob to edit them. You can change the Volume= parameter in an effect to adjust
how much of it youll hear. You can also press the {A} or {B} buttons to turn off either of the processors (its red
LED will flash). Press again to turn it back on (the red light will go out). Footswitches can accomplish the same
thingsee the Using Foot Switches Quick-Start for details.

Part # 9310 0188 01 - A

Model # MM-87

Acoustic GuitarPickup
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762765
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#85.
Parametric EQ

#52
Hall Reverb

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This Quick-Start provides a full-featured parametric equalizer and rich reverb for your guitar. You can utilize the equalizer to
shape the tonal characteristics of the guitars sound.
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Turn the DP/2 inputs and outputs knobs down all the way (counter-clockwise).
Plug your guitar cord into the DP/2s front-panel input 1 jack.
Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 and 2 jacks to two inputs on your stereo guitar amplifier or mixing
console. If youre going into a single-input guitar amp, connect a cable from the DP/2s Output 1 to the amps input.
While playing your guitar, turn the input 1 knob clockwise until the red peak LED just above it is flashing occasionally.
Turn the outputs knob up until your amp (or mixer) is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Press the {EDIT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button.
Press the {<} button until parameter 00 is displayed in large red numbers.
Use the data entry knob to set the DP/2 to 1 Source Config.
Press {>} once. Use the data entry knob to set the AB Input Select to mono.
Press {>} once. Set the AB Unit Routing to serial.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter b (if b isnt already
displayed). Press {>} again to do the same for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. If its red LED is on, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Use the data entry
knob to dial in #85., Parametric EQ. (This will be the second #85 you encounter, and will have a small dot to the right of
the numeral.) In a moment, the 85. will start flashing.
Press the {B} button. If its red LED is on, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #52, Hall
Reverbthe 52 will begin to flash.
Press {>} once. Use the data entry knob to set Mix= to 30.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.
Tip: To customize either of the effects, press {EDIT}, the appropriate letter and {>} or {<} to select its
parameters; use the data entry knob to edit them. You can change the Volume= parameter in an effect to adjust
how much of it youll hear. You can also press the {A} or {B} buttons to turn off either of the processors (its red
LED will flash). Press again to turn it back on (the red light will go out). Footswitches can accomplish the same
thingsee the Using Foot Switches Quick-Start for details.

Part # 9310 0177 01 - B

Model # MM-86

Darth Meets Alvin


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Config Preset 60
Pitch Shift 2U

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This Quick-Start provides an amusing audio transmogrifying effect.
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Turn the DP/2 inputs and outputs knobs down all the way (counter-clockwise).
Connect a CV foot pedal (such as ENSONIQs CVP-1) to the rear-panel CVPedal jack.
Plug a microphones effect send from your mixer into the DP/2s rear-panel Input 1 jack.
Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 and 2 jacks to two inputs on your mixer or stereo amplifier. If youre
going to a single-input mixer or amp, use only Output 1.
While speaking, turn the input 1 knob up until the red peak LED above it flashes occasionally.
Turn the outputs knob up until your mixer (or amp) is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Set your mixer so that youre only hearing the output of the DP/2, and none of the original dry microphone signal.
Press the {SELECT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button. Use the data entry knob to dial in #60, Pitch Shift 2U. If the
red LEDs in the {A} or {B} buttons light up, press {CONFIG} again.
Press {SELECT} again.
Press the {EDIT} button.
Press {>} once. Use the data entry knob to set the AB Input Select to mono.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter b (if b isnt already
displayed). Press {>} again to do the same for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing.
Press the {>} button four times so that the -07 is flashing. Dial in a value of -02.
Press {>} four times and use the data entry knob to set PitchShifter Vc2 Fine to +02.
Using the {>} button and the data entry knob, set Mod1 Src to Cntrl-6 DP4 Analog CV In, Mod1 Destination Parameter
to 03, Mod1 Param Range to Min=30% and Max=99%. Set Mod2 Src to Cntrl-6 DP4 Analog CV In, Mod2 Destination
Parameter to 07, Mod2 Param Range to Min=30% and Max=99%.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.
Note: Speak into your microphone with the pedal all the way back to sound like a certain famous promulgator of
The Dark Side. Push it forwardyoure transformed into a chipmunk!

Part # 9310 0188 01 - A

Model # MM-87

Drum KitBallad Reverbs


02765
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762765
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#52

#54

Hall Reverb

Large Plate Rev

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This Quick-Start describes how to set up the DP/2 as two complementary drum kit reverb devices, fed by two separate effect
sends from your mixing console. Try using send 1 for your snare and toms, and send 2 for your bass drum and cymbals
(including the hihat).
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Connect your mixers two effect sends to the DP/2s rear-panel Input 1 and 2 jacks.
Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 and 2 jacks to the effect returnsor faders, if you likeon your
mixer. If youve only got one return (or fader), use Output 1 (and leave 2 unplugged).
While sending drum sounds through the two effect sends, turn the DP/2s input knobs clockwise until the red peak LEDs
just above them are flashing occasionally.
Turn the outputs knob up until your mixer is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Press the {SYSTEM/MIDI} button. Press the {>} button until the large red number reads 46. Use the data entry knob to
dial in Set All 1U Pset Mixes To Wet=Yes.
Press the {EDIT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button.
Press the {<} button until the large red numbers read 00. Dial in 2 Source Config.
Press {>} once. Use the data entry knob to set the AB Output Select to Mixed Stereo.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter k (if k isnt already
displayed). Press {>} again to do the same for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #52,
Hall Reverbthe 52 will start flashing.
Press the {B} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #54,
Large Plate Rev. In a moment, the 54 will begin to flash.
Press {>} twice so that the 99 in Volume=99 is flashing. Dial in a value of 70.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.
Tip: To customize either of the effects, press {EDIT}, the appropriate letter and {>} or {<} to select its
parameters; use the data entry knob to edit them. You can change the Volume= parameter in an effect to adjust
how much of it youll hear. You can also press the {A} or {B} buttons to turn off either of the processors (its red
LED will flash). Press again to turn it back on (the red light will go out). Footswitches can accomplish the same
thingsee the Using Foot Switches Quick-Start for details.

Part # 9310 0177 01 - B

Model # MM-86

Drum KitDance Hard


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762765
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#60

#84

Non Lin Reverb 3

Phaser-Reverb

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This Quick-Start describes how to set up the DP/2 as two complementary drum kit effect devices, fed by two separate effect
sends from your mixing console. Try using send 1 for your drums, and send 2 for your cymbals (including hihat).
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Connect your mixers two effect sends to the DP/2s rear-panel Input 1 and 2 jacks.
Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 and 2 jacks to the effect returnsor faders, if you likeon your
mixer. If youve only got one return (or fader), use Output 1 (and leave 2 unplugged).
While sending drum sounds through the two effect sends, turn the DP/2s input knobs clockwise until the red peak LEDs
just above them are flashing occasionally.
Turn the outputs knob up until your mixer is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Press the {SYSTEM/MIDI} button. Press the {>} button until the large red number reads 46. Use the data entry knob to
dial in Set All 1U Pset Mixes To Wet=Yes.
Press the {EDIT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button.
Press the {<} button until the large red numbers read 00. Dial in 2 Source Config.
Press {>} once. Use the data entry knob to set the AB Output Select to Mixed Stereo.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter k (if k isnt already
displayed). Press {>} again to do the same for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #60,
Non Lin Reverb 3the 60 will start flashing.
Press the {B} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #84,
Phaser-Reverb. In a moment, the 84 will begin to flash.
Press {>} until Large Plate Decay is displayed and 2.89 is flashing. Dial in a value of .43.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.
Tip: To customize either of the effects, press {EDIT}, the appropriate letter and {>} or {<} to select its
parameters; use the data entry knob to edit them. You can change the Volume= parameter in an effect to adjust
how much of it youll hear. You can also press the {A} or {B} buttons to turn off either of the processors (its red
LED will flash). Press again to turn it back on (the red light will go out). Footswitches can accomplish the same
thingsee the Using Foot Switches Quick-Start for details.

Part # 9310 0188 01 - A

Model # MM-87

Drum KitDance Soft


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#53

#84

Small Plate Rev

Phaser-Reverb

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This Quick-Start describes how to set up the DP/2 as two complementary drum kit effect devices, fed by two separate effect
sends from your mixing console. Try using send 1 for your drums, and send 2 for your cymbals (including hihat).
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Connect your mixers two effect sends to the DP/2s rear-panel Input 1 and 2 jacks.
Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 and 2 jacks to the effect returnsor faders, if you likeon your
mixer. If youve only got one return (or fader), use Output 1 (and leave 2 unplugged).
While sending drum sounds through the two effect sends, turn the DP/2s input knobs clockwise until the red peak LEDs
just above them are flashing occasionally.
Turn the outputs knob up until your mixer is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Press the {SYSTEM/MIDI} button. Press the {>} button until the large red number reads 46. Use the data entry knob to
dial in Set All 1U Pset Mixes To Wet=Yes.
Press the {EDIT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button.
Press the {<} button until the large red numbers read 00. Dial in 2 Source Config.
Press {>} once. Use the data entry knob to set the AB Output Select to Mixed Stereo.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter k (if k isnt already
displayed). Press {>} again to do the same for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #53,
Small Plate Revthe 53 will start flashing.
Press the {B} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #84,
Phaser-Reverb. In a moment, the 84 will begin to flash.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.
Tip: To customize either of the effects, press {EDIT}, the appropriate letter and {>} or {<} to select its
parameters; use the data entry knob to edit them. You can change the Volume= parameter in an effect to adjust
how much of it youll hear. You can also press the {A} or {B} buttons to turn off either of the processors (its red
LED will flash). Press again to turn it back on (the red light will go out). Footswitches can accomplish the same
thingsee the Using Foot Switches Quick-Start for details.

Part # 9310 0177 01 - B

Model # MM-86

Drum KitGated Room Sound


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#51
Large Room Rev

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EQ-Compressor

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This Quick-Start describes how to get a very popular big rock/pop drum sound.
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Turn the DP/2 inputs and outputs knobs down all the way (counter-clockwise).
Connect a mono effect send from your mixer to the DP/2s rear-panel Input 1 jack. Use this send for mono drum sounds
such as the snare and/or bass drum.
Connect the DP/2s Outputs 1 and 2 to two effect returns on your mixer. If youd prefer to use only one mixer return, use
Output 1 and leave output 2 unplugged.
While sending some drum sounds into the DP/2, turn the input 1 knob clockwise until the red peak LEDs just above it is
flashing occasionally.
Turn the outputs knob up until your mixer is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Press the {SYSTEM/MIDI} button. Press the {>} button until the large red number reads 46. Use the data entry knob to
dial in Set All 1U Pset Mixes To Wet=Yes.
Press the {EDIT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button.
Press the {<} button until the large red numbers read 00. Dial in 1 Source Config.
Press {>} once. Use the data entry knob to set the AB Input Select to mono.
Press {>} once. Set the AB Unit Routing to serial.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter b (if b isnt already
displayed). Press {>} again to do the same for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #51,
Large Room Revthe 51 will start flashing.
Press {>} until Room Decay is displayed. Dial in a value of 1.30.
Press the {B} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #86.,
EQ-Compressor. (This will be the second #86 you encounter, and will have a small dot to the right of the numeral.) In a
moment, the 86 will begin to flash.
Use the {>} button and the data entry knob to set Compressor Gain to +15, Noise Gate Off Below to -31, Noise Gate On
Above to -25 and Gate Release Time to 40ms.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.

Part # 9310 0188 01 - A

Model # MM-87

Drum KitGeneral Purpose Reverbs


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#53

#52

Small Plate Rev

Hall Reverb

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This Quick-Start describes how to set up the DP/2 as two complementary drum kit reverb devices, fed by two separate effect
sends from your mixing console. Try using send 1 for your bass drum and cymbals (including the hihat), and send 2 for your
snare and toms.
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Connect your mixers two effect sends to the DP/2s rear-panel Input 1 and 2 jacks.
Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 and 2 jacks to the effect returnsor faders, if you likeon your
mixer. If youve only got one return (or fader), use Output 1 (and leave 2 unplugged).
While sending drum sounds through the two effect sends, turn the DP/2s input knobs clockwise until the red peak LEDs
just above them are flashing occasionally.
Turn the outputs knob up until your mixer is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Press the {SYSTEM/MIDI} button. Press the{>} button until the large red number reads 46. Use the data entry knob to
dial in Set All 1U Pset Mixes To Wet=Yes.
Press the {EDIT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button.
Press the {<} button until the large red numbers read 00. Dial in 2 Source Config.
Press {>} once. Use the data entry knob to set the AB Output Select to Mixed Stereo.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter k (if k isnt already
displayed). Press {>} again to do the same for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Use the data
entry knob to dial in #53, Small Plate Revthe 53 will start flashing.
Press the {B} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #52,
Hall Reverb. In a moment, the 52 will begin to flash.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.
Tip: To customize either of the effects, press {EDIT}, the appropriate letter and {>} or {<} to select its
parameters; use the data entry knob to edit them. You can change the Volume= parameter in an effect to adjust
how much of it youll hear. You can also press the {A} or {B} buttons to turn off either of the processors (its red
LED will flash). Press again to turn it back on (the red light will go out). Footswitches can accomplish the same
thingsee the Using Foot Switches Quick-Start for details.

Part # 9310 0177 01 - B

Model # MM-86

Drum KitRock Reverbs


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#51

#50

Large Room Rev

Small Room Rev

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This Quick-Start describes how to set up the DP/2 as two complementary drum kit reverb devices, fed by two separate effect
sends from your mixing console. Try using send 1 for your drums, and 2 for your cymbals (and hihat).
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Connect your mixers two effect sends to the DP/2s rear-panel Input 1 and 2 jacks.
Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 and 2 jacks to the effect returnsor faders, if you likeon your
mixer. If youve only got one return (or fader), use Output 1 (and leave 2 unplugged).
While sending drum sounds through the two effect sends, turn the DP/2s input knobs clockwise until the red peak LEDs
just above them are flashing occasionally.
Turn the outputs knob up until your mixer is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Press the {SYSTEM/MIDI} button. Press the {>} button until the large red number reads 46. Use the data entry knob to
dial in Set All 1U Pset Mixes To Wet=Yes.
Press the {EDIT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button.
Press the {<} button until the large red numbers read 00. Dial in 2 Source Config.
Press {>} once. Use the data entry knob to set the AB Output Select to Mixed Stereo.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter k (if k isnt already
displayed). Press {>} again to do the same for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Use the data
entry knob to dial in #51, Large Room Revthe 51 will start flashing.
Press the {B} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #50,
Small Room Rev. In a moment, the 50 will begin to flash.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.
Tip: To customize either of the effects, press {EDIT}, the appropriate letter and {>} or {<} to select its
parameters; use the data entry knob to edit them. You can change the Volume= parameter in an effect to adjust
how much of it youll hear. You can also press the {A} or {B} buttons to turn off either of the processors (its red
LED will flash). Press again to turn it back on (the red light will go out). Footswitches can accomplish the same
thingsee the Using Foot Switches Quick-Start for details.

Part # 9310 0188 01 - A

Model # MM-87

Electric BassClean
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#86.
EQ-Compressor

#60.
TunableSpeaker 2

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This Quick-Start is designed for bassists recording directly into a mixing console. It provides both a compressor and a clean
speaker simulation to make the direct sound a bit less studio-antiseptic.
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Turn the DP/2 inputs and outputs knobs down all the way (counter-clockwise).
Plug your bass into the DP/2s front-panel input 1 jack.
Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 and 2 jacks to two inputs on your stereo bass amplifier or mixing
console. If youre going into a single-input bass amp or mixer, connect a cable from the DP/2s Output 1 to that input.
While playing your bass, turn the input 1 knob clockwise until the red peak LED just above it is flashing occasionally.
Turn the outputs knob up until your amp (or mixer) is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Press the {EDIT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button.
Press the {<} button until the large red numbers read 00.
Use the data entry knob to set the DP/2 to 1 Source Config.
Press {>} once. Use the data entry knob to set the AB Input Select to mono.
Press {>} once. Set the AB Unit Routing to serial.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter b (if b isnt already
displayed). Press {>} again to do the same for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. If its red LED is on, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Use the data entry
knob to dial in #86., EQ-Compressor. (This will be the second #86 you encounter, and will have a small dot to the right of
the numeral.) In a moment, the 86. will start flashing.
Press the {B} button. If its red LED is on, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #60.,
TunableSpeaker 2. (This will be the second #60 you encounter, and will have a small dot to the right of the numeral.) In a
moment, the 60. will begin to flash.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.
Tip: To customize either of the effects, press {EDIT}, the appropriate letter and {>} or {<} to select its
parameters; use the data entry knob to edit them. You can change the Volume= parameter in an effect to adjust
how much of it youll hear. You can also press the {A} or {B} buttons to turn off either of the processors (its red
LED will flash). Press again to turn it back on (the red light will go out). Footswitches can accomplish the same
thingsee the Using Foot Switches Quick-Start for details.

Part # 9310 0177 01 - B

Model # MM-86

Electric BassFunk
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#86.

EQ-Compressor

#78
Flanger

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This Quick-Start provides a compressor and a swirling flange effect.
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Turn the DP/2 inputs and outputs knobs down all the way (counter-clockwise).
Plug your bass into the DP/2s front-panel input 1 jack.
Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 and 2 jacks to two inputs on your stereo bass amplifier or mixing
console. If youre going into a single-input bass amp or mixer, connect a cable from the DP/2s Output 1 to that input.
While playing your bass, turn the input 1 knob clockwise until the red peak LED just above it is flashing occasionally.
Turn the outputs knob up until your amp (or mixer) is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Press the {EDIT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button.
Press the {<} button until the large red numbers read 00.
Use the data entry knob to set the DP/2 to 1 Source Config.
Press {>} once. Use the data entry knob to set the AB Input Select to mono.
Press {>} once. Set the AB Unit Routing to serial.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter b (if b isnt already
displayed). Press {>} again to do the same for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. If its red LED is on, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Use the data entry
knob to dial in #86., EQ-Compressor. (This will be the second #86 you encounter, and will have a small dot to the right of
the numeral.) In a moment, the 86. will start flashing.
Press the {B} button. If its red LED is on, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #78,
Flangerthe 78 will begin to flash.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.
Tip: To customize either of the effects, press {EDIT}, the appropriate letter and {>} or {<} to select its
parameters; use the data entry knob to edit them. You can change the Volume= parameter in an effect to adjust
how much of it youll hear. You can also press the {A} or {B} buttons to turn off either of the processors (its red
LED will flash). Press again to turn it back on (the red light will go out). Footswitches can accomplish the same
thingsee the Using Foot Switches Quick-Start for details.

Part # 9310 0188 01 - A

Model # MM-87

Electric BassRock
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#86.
EQ-Compressor

#55.
Guitar Amp 4

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This Quick-Start provides a compressor and an amplifier simulation for studio bassists.
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Turn the DP/2 inputs and outputs knobs down all the way (counter-clockwise).
Plug your bass into the DP/2s front-panel input 1 jack.
Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 and 2 jacks to two inputs on your stereo bass amplifier or mixing
console. If youre going into a single-input bass amp or mixer, connect a cable from the DP/2s Output 1 to that input.
While playing your bass, turn the input 1 knob clockwise until the red peak LED just above it is flashing occasionally.
Turn the outputs knob up until your amp (or mixer) is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Press the {EDIT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button.
Press the {<} button until the large red numbers read 00.
Use the data entry knob to set the DP/2 to 1 Source Config.
Press {>} once. Use the data entry knob to set the AB Input Select to mono.
Press {>} once. Set the AB Unit Routing to serial.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter b (if b isnt already
displayed). Press {>} again to do the same for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. If its red LED is on, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Use the data entry
knob to dial in #86., EQ-Compressor. (This will be the second #86 you encounter, and will have a small dot to the right of
the numeral.) In a moment, the 86. will start flashing.
Press the {B} button. If its red LED is on, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #55., Guitar
Amp 4. (This will be the second #55 you encounter, and will have a small dot to the right of the numeral.) In a moment,
the 55. will begin to flash.
Press {>} until Amp PreampGain=30 is displayed. Dial in a value of +15.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.
Tip: To customize either of the effects, press {EDIT}, the appropriate letter and {>} or {<} to select its
parameters; use the data entry knob to edit them. You can change the Volume= parameter in an effect to adjust
how much of it youll hear. You can also press the {A} or {B} buttons to turn off either of the processors (its red
LED will flash). Press again to turn it back on (the red light will go out). Footswitches can accomplish the same
thingsee the Using Foot Switches Quick-Start for details.

Part # 9310 0177 01 - B

Model # MM-86

Electric GuitarChorused
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#65
8 Voice Chorus

#54
Large Plate Rev

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This Quick-Start sends your guitar through a rich chorus effect and then on to a large, clear reverb.
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Turn the DP/2 inputs and outputs knobs down all the way (counter-clockwise).
Plug your guitar cord into the DP/2s front-panel input 1 jack.
Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 and 2 jacks to two inputs on your stereo guitar amplifier or mixing
console. If youre going into a single-input guitar amp (or mixer), connect a cable from the DP/2s Output 1 to that input.
While playing your guitar, turn the input 1 knob clockwise until the red peak LED just above it is flashing occasionally.
Turn the outputs knob up until your amp (or mixer) is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Press the {EDIT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button.
Press the {<} button until parameter 00 is displayed in large red numbers.
Use the data entry knob to set the DP/2 to 1 Source Config.
Press {>} once. Use the data entry knob to set the AB Input Select to mono.
Press {>} once. Set the AB Unit Routing to serial.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter b (if b isnt already
displayed). Press {>} again to do the same for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. If its red LED is on, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Use the data entry
knob to dial in #65, 8 Voice Chorus. In a moment, the 65 will start flashing.
Press {>} until the 00 in Rate=00 is flashing. Dial in a value of 02.
Press the {B} button. If its red LED is on, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #54, Large
Plate. In a moment, the 54 will begin to flash.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.
Tip: To customize any of the effects, press {EDIT}, the appropriate letter and {>} or {<} to select its parameters;
use the data entry knob to edit them. You can change the Volume= parameter in an effect to adjust how much of
it youll hear. You can also press the {A} or {B} buttons to turn off either of the processors (its red LED will flash).
Press again to turn it back on (the red light will go out). Footswitches can accomplish the same thingsee the
Using Foot Switches Quick-Start for details.

Part # 9310 0188 01 - A

Model # MM-87

Electric GuitarClean Amp


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#54
Large Plate Rev

#60.
TunableSpeaker 2

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This Quick-Start is designed for guitarists recording directly into a mixing console. It simulates a clean amp set-up by routing
the guitar first through a reverb and then into a clean amplifier effect.
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Turn the DP/2 inputs and outputs knobs down all the way (counter-clockwise).
Plug your guitar cord into the DP/2s front-panel input 1 jack.
Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 and 2 jacks to two inputs on your stereo guitar amplifier or mixing
console. If youre going into a single-input guitar amp or mixer, connect a cable from the DP/2s Output 1 to that input.
While playing your guitar, turn the input 1 knob clockwise until the red peak LED just above it is flashing occasionally.
Turn the outputs knob up until your amp (or mixer) is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Press the {EDIT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button.
Press the {<} button until parameter 00 is displayed in large red numbers.
Use the data entry knob to set the DP/2 to 1 Source Config.
Press {>} once. Use the data entry knob to set the AB Input Select to mono.
Press {>} once. Set the AB Unit Routing to serial.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter b (if b isnt already
displayed). Press {>} again to do the same for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. If its red LED is on, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Use the data entry
knob to dial in #54, Large Plate Rev. In a moment, the 54. will start flashing.
Press {>} once. Set Mix= to 23.
Press the {B} button. If its red LED is on, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Use the data entry
knob to dial in #60., TunableSpeaker 2. (This will be the second #60 you encounter, and will have a small dot to the right
of the numeral.) In a moment, the 60. will start flashing.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.
Tip: To customize either of the effects, press {EDIT}, the appropriate letter and {>} or {<} to select its
parameters; use the data entry knob to edit them. You can change the Volume= parameter in an effect to adjust
how much of it youll hear. You can also press the {A} or {B} buttons to turn off either of the processors (its red
LED will flash). Press again to turn it back on (the red light will go out). Footswitches can accomplish the same
thingsee the Using Foot Switches Quick-Start for details.

Part # 9310 0177 01 - B

Model # MM-86

Electric GuitarClean and Dry


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#86.
EQ-Compressor

#60.
TunableSpeaker 2

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This Quick-Start is designed for guitarists recording directly into a mixing console. It provides both a compressor and a clean
speaker simulation to make the direct sound a bit less studio-antiseptic.
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6.
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Turn the DP/2 inputs and outputs knobs down all the way (counter-clockwise).
Plug your guitar cord into the DP/2s front-panel input 1 jack.
Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 and 2 jacks to two inputs on your stereo guitar amplifier or mixing
console. If youre going into a single-input guitar amp or mixer, connect a cable from the DP/2s Output 1 to that input.
While playing your guitar, turn the input 1 knob clockwise until the red peak LED just above it is flashing occasionally.
Turn the outputs knob up until your amp (or mixer) is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Press the {EDIT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button.
Press the {<} button until parameter 00 is displayed in large red numbers.
Use the data entry knob to set the DP/2 to 1 Source Config.
Press {>} once. Use the data entry knob to set the AB Input Select to mono.
Press {>} once. Set the AB Unit Routing to serial.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter b (if b isnt already
displayed). Press {>} again to do the same for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. If its red LED is on, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Use the data entry
knob to dial in #86., EQ-Compressor. (This will be the second #86 you encounter, and will have a small dot to the right of
the numeral.) In a moment, the 86. will start flashing.
Press the {B} button. If its red LED is on, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Use the data entry
knob to dial in #60., TunableSpeaker 2. (This will be the second #60 you encounter, and will have a small dot to the right
of the numeral.) In a moment, the 60. will start flashing.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.
Tip: To customize either of the effects, press {EDIT}, the appropriate letter and {>} or {<} to select its
parameters; use the data entry knob to edit them. You can change the Volume= parameter in an effect to adjust
how much of it youll hear. You can also press the {A} or {B} buttons to turn off either of the processors (its red
LED will flash). Press again to turn it back on (the red light will go out). Footswitches can accomplish the same
thingsee the Using Foot Switches Quick-Start for details.

Part # 9310 0188 01 - A

Model # MM-87

Electric GuitarRock
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#55.
Guitar Amp 4

#51
Large Room Rev

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This Quick-Start is designed for guitarists recording directly into a mixing console. It gets its big sound by sending your guitar
through a rock amplifier simulation and then into a large room reverb.
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Turn the DP/2 inputs and outputs knobs down all the way (counter-clockwise).
Plug your guitar cord into the DP/2s front-panel input 1 jack.
Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 and 2 jacks to two inputs on your stereo guitar amplifier or mixing
console. If youre going into a single-input guitar amp or mixer, connect a cable from the DP/2s Output 1 to that input.
While playing your guitar, turn the input 1 knob clockwise until the red peak LED just above it is flashing occasionally.
Turn the outputs knob up until your amp (or mixer) is receiving the proper level from the DP/2. The output knobs should
be turned up by an equal amount.
Press the {EDIT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button.
Press the {<} button until parameter 00 is displayed in large red numbers.
Use the data entry knob to set the DP/2 to 1 Source Config.
Press {>} once. Use the data entry knob to set the AB Input Select to mono.
Press {>} once. Set the AB Unit Routing to serial.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter b (if b isnt already
displayed). Press {>} again to do the same for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. If its red LED is on, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Use the data entry
knob to dial in #55., Guitar Amp 4. (This will be the second #55 you encounter, and will have a small dot to the right of the
numeral.) In a moment, the 55. will start flashing.
Press the {B} button. If its red LED is on, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #51, Large
Room Rev. In a moment, the 51. will begin to flash.
Press {>} once. Set Mix= to 43.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.
Tip: To customize either of the effects, press {EDIT}, the appropriate letter and {>} or {<} to select its
parameters; use the data entry knob to edit them. You can change the Volume= parameter in an effect to adjust
how much of it youll hear. You can also press the {A} or {B} buttons to turn off either of the processors (its red
LED will flash). Press again to turn it back on (the red light will go out). Footswitches can accomplish the same
thingsee the Using Foot Switches Quick-Start for details.

Part # 9310 0177 01 - B

Model # MM-86

Instant Karaoke
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Config Preset 56
Vocal Remover

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The DP/2 can remove the lead vocals from many recordings, allowing you to step right in as the lead singer. This Quick-Start
shows how to do it.
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Turn the DP/2 inputs and outputs knobs down all the way (counter-clockwise).
Connect the left and right cables from a stereo source (a mixer, cd or cassette player, or turntable, for example) into the
DP/2s rear-panel Input 1 and 2 jacks.
3. Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 and 2 jacks to two inputs on your mixing console or stereo guitar
amplifier. If youre going into a single-input mixer or amp, connect a cable from the DP/2s Output 1 to that input.
4. While playing the music you want to sing along with, turn the input 1 and 2 knobs clockwise until the red peak LEDs just
above input 1 is flashing occasionally.
5. Turn the outputs knob up until your mixer (or amp) is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
6. Press the {SELECT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button. If the red LEDs in the {A}, {B}, {C} and {D} buttons light up,
press {CONFIG} again.
7. Use the data entry knob to dial in #56, Vocal Remover.
8. Press {SELECT} again.
9. Press the {EDIT} button.
10. Press the {A} button.
11. Press {>} until the 2000 in Mid Fc=2000 is flashing. Turn the data entry knob up and down to find the best setting for
reducing the volume of the lead vocal. Small changes in this setting can be the key to success!
Note: If the vocal youre trying to remove has been processed with reverb or other effects, it may not be possible
to remove it entirely.

Part # 9310 0188 01 - A

Model # MM-87

KeyboardElectric Piano Panner


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#78
Flanger

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EQ-Panner-DDL

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This Quick-Start makes your keyboard swing back-and-forth in the stereo field like an old electric piano. It also provides a
flanging effect for an extra bit of swirl, lovely for ballads.
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Turn the DP/2 inputs and outputs knobs down all the way (counter-clockwise).
Plug your keyboards output cable into the DP/2s front-panel input 1 jack. If your keyboard has stereo outputs, plug them
into the DP/2s rear-panel Input jacks 1 and 2.
Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 and 2 jacks to two inputs on your stereo guitar amplifier or mixing
console. If youre going into a single-input guitar amp or mixer, connect a cable from the DP/2s Output 1 to that input.
While playing your keyboard, turn the input 1 knob clockwise until the red peak LED just above it is flashing occasionally.
If your keyboards stereo, turn up input 2s knob as well.
Turn the outputs knob up until your amp (or mixer) is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Press the {EDIT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button.
Press the {<} button until the large red numbers read 00.
Use the data entry knob to set the DP/2 to 1 Source Config.
Press {>} once. Set the AB Input Select to mono, or if your keyboards stereo, to stereo.
Press {>} once. Set the AB Unit Routing to serial.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter b (if b isnt already
displayed). Press {>} again to do the same for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. If its red LED is on, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Use the data entry
knob to dial in #78, Flangerthe 78 will start flashing.
Press the {B} button. If its red LED is on, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #76., EQPanner-DDL. (This will be the second #76 you encounter, and will have a small dot to the right of the numeral.) In a
moment, the 76. will begin to flash.
Use the {>} button and the data entry knob to set Panner Rate to 65 and Width to 99.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.
Tip: To customize either of the effects, press {EDIT}, the appropriate letter and {>} or {<} to select its
parameters; use the data entry knob to edit them. You can change the Volume= parameter in an effect to adjust
how much of it youll hear. You can also press the {A} or {B} buttons to turn off either of the processors (its red
LED will flash). Press again to turn it back on (the red light will go out). Footswitches can accomplish the same
thingsee the Using Foot Switches Quick-Start for details.

Part # 9310 0177 01 - B

Model # MM-86

KeyboardSynth Fattener
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#65
8 Voice Chorus

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Large Plate Rev

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This Quick-Start is for processing a synthesizer with no built-in effects. It runs your dry keyboard through a rich chorus and
then on to a large clean reverb to wake up its sound.
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Turn the DP/2 inputs and outputs knobs down all the way (counter-clockwise).
Plug your keyboards output cable into the DP/2s front-panel input 1 jack. If your keyboard has stereo outputs, plug them
into the DP/2s rear-panel Input jacks 1 and 2.
Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 and 2 jacks to two inputs on your stereo guitar amplifier or mixing
console. If youre going into a single-input guitar amp or mixer, connect a cable from the DP/2s Output 1 to that input.
While playing your keyboard, turn the input 1 knob clockwise until the red peak LED just above it is flashing occasionally.
If your keyboards stereo, turn up input 2s knob as well.
Turn the outputs knob up until your amp (or mixer) is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Press the {EDIT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button.
Press the {<} button until the large red numbers read 00.
Use the data entry knob to set the DP/2 to 1 Source Config.
Press {>} once. Set the AB Input Select to mono, or if your keyboards stereo, to stereo.
Press {>} once. Set the AB Unit Routing to serial.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter b (if b isnt already
displayed). Press {>} again to do the same for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. If its red LED is on, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Use the data entry
knob to dial in #65, 8 Voice Chorusthe 65 will start flashing.
Press the {B} button. If its red LED is on, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #54, Large
Plate Rev. In a moment, the 54 will begin to flash.
Press {>} once. Set Mix= to 28.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.
Tip: To customize either of the effects, press {EDIT}, the appropriate letter and {>} or {<} to select its
parameters; use the data entry knob to edit them. You can change the Volume= parameter in an effect to adjust
how much of it youll hear. You can also press the {A} or {B} buttons to turn off either of the processors (its red
LED will flash). Press again to turn it back on (the red light will go out). Footswitches can accomplish the same
thingsee the Using Foot Switches Quick-Start for details.

Part # 9310 0188 01 - A

Model # MM-87

MC Effects
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#75
Flanger Reverb

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Pitch Shifter

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This Quick-Start provides MCs and deejays with some special effects. Theres a flanger to make you sound like an alien and
a pitch shifter to send your voice way down into the basement.
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Turn the DP/2 inputs and outputs knobs down all the way (counter-clockwise).
Plug a microphones effect send from your mixer into the DP/2s rear-panel Input 1 jack.
Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 jack to an input on your mixing console or stereo amplifier.
While speaking, turn the input 1 knob clockwise until the red peak LED just above it is flashing occasionally.
Turn the outputs knob up until your mixer (or amp) is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Set your mixer so that youre only hearing the output of the DP/2, and none of the original dry microphone signal.
Press the {EDIT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button.
Press the {<} button until parameter 00 is displayed in large red numbers.
Use the data entry knob to set the DP/2 to 1 Source Config.
Press {>} once. Use the data entry knob to set the AB Input Select to mono.
Press {>} once. Set the AB Unit Routing to parallel.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter b (if b isnt already
displayed). Press {>} again to do the same for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. If its red LED is on, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Use the data entry
knob to dial in #75, Flanger-Reverb. In a moment, the 75 will start flashing.
Press the {B} button. If its red LED is on, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #97, Pitch
Shifterthe 97 will begin to flash.
Press the button once so that the 40 in Mix=40 is flashing. Dial in a value of 99.
Use the {>}button and data entry knob to set PitchShifter Vc1 Fine to -02, PitchShifter Vc2 Semi to -05 and PitchShifter
Vc2 Fine to +02.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.
Tip: You can press the {A} or {B} buttons to turn off either of the processors (its red LED will light). Press again
to turn it back on (the red light will go out). Footswitches can accomplish the same thingsee the Using Foot
Switches Quick-Start for details.

Part # 9310 0177 01 - B

Model # MM-86

Mixing in Mono
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#54

#87

Large Plate Rev

Dual Delay

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This Quick-Start describes how to set up the DP/2 as two separate effect devices, fed by two separate mono effect sends from
your mixing console. It provides a reverb and a delay effect, but you can just as easily dial in any effect that you like at Steps
11 and 12.
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Connect your mixers two effect sends to the DP/2s rear-panel Input 1 and 2 jacks.
Connect a cable from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 jack to an effect return or fader on your mixer. Dont plug a cable
into the DP/2 Output 2 jack.
While sending signal through the two effect sends, turn the DP/2s input knobs clockwise until the red peak LEDs just
above them are flashing occasionally.
Turn the outputs knob up until your mixer is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Press the {SYSTEM/MIDI} button. Press the{>} button until the large red number reads 46. Use the data entry knob to
dial in Set All 1U Pset Mixes To Wet=Yes.
Press the {EDIT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button.
Press the {<} button until the large red numbers read 00.
Use the data entry knob to set the DP/2 to 2 Source Config.
Press {>} once. Set the AB Output Select to Dual Mono.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter k (if k isnt already
displayed). Press {>} again to do the same for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #54,
Large Plate Revthe 54 will start flashing.
Press the {B} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #87,
Dual Delay. In a moment, the 87 will begin to flash.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.
Tip: To customize either of the effects, press {EDIT}, the appropriate letter and {>} or {<} to select its
parameters; use the data entry knob to edit them. You can change the Volume= parameter in an effect to adjust
how much of it youll hear. You can also press the {A} or {B} buttons to turn off either of the processors (its red
LED will flash). Press again to turn it back on (the red light will go out). Footswitches can accomplish the same
thingsee the Using Foot Switches Quick-Start for details.

Part # 9310 0188 01 - A

Model # MM-87

Mixing in Stereo
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#54

#87

Large Plate Rev

Dual Delay

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This Quick-Start describes how to set up the DP/2 as two separate effect devices, fed by two separate mono effect sends from
your mixing console. It provides a reverb and a delay effect, but you can just as easily dial in any effect that you like at Steps
11 and 12.
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Connect your mixers two effect sends to the DP/2s rear-panel Input 1 and 2 jacks.
Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 and 2 jacks to two effect returns or faders on your mixer.
While sending sounds through the two effect sends, turn the DP/2s input knobs clockwise until the red peak LEDs just
above them are flashing occasionally.
Turn the outputs knob up until your mixer is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Press the {SYSTEM/MIDI} button. Press the {>} button until the large red number reads 46. Use the data entry knob to
dial in Set All 1U Pset Mixes To Wet=Yes.
Press the {EDIT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button.
Press the {<} button until the large red numbers read 00.
Dial in 2 Source Config.
Press {>} once. Set the AB Output Select to Mixed Stereo.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter k (if k isnt already
displayed). Press {>} again to do the same for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #54,
Large Plate Revthe 54 will start flashing.
Press the {B} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #87,
Dual Delay. In a moment, the 87 will begin to flash.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.
Tip: To customize either of the effects, press {EDIT}, the appropriate letter and {>} or {<} to select its
parameters; use the data entry knob to edit them. You can change the Volume= parameter in an effect to adjust
how much of it youll hear. You can also press the {A} or {B} buttons to turn off either of the processors (its red
LED will flash). Press again to turn it back on (the red light will go out). Footswitches can accomplish the same
thingsee the Using Foot Switches Quick-Start for details.

Part # 9310 0177 01 - B

Model # MM-86

Public Speaking
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#94.
VanderPol Filter

#53
Small Plate Rev

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This Quick-Start provides effects to help public speakers sound more clear and natural. The VanderPol filter helps bring out
the real-life sound of your voice, while the reverb offers a touch of ambience.
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Turn the DP/2 inputs and outputs knobs down all the way (counter-clockwise).
Plug a microphones effect send from your mixer into the DP/2s rear-panel Input 1 jack.
Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 and 2 jacks to two inputs on your mixing console or stereo guitar
amplifier. If youre going into a single-input mixer or amp, connect a cable from the DP/2s Output 1 to that input.
While speaking into your microphone, turn the input 1 knob clockwise until the red peak LED just above it is flashing
occasionally.
Turn the outputs knob up until your mixer (or amp) is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Press the {EDIT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button.
Press the {<} button until the large red numbers read 00.
Use the data entry knob to set the DP/2 to 1 Source Config.
Press {>} once. Use the data entry knob to set the AB Input Select to mono.
Press {>} once. Set the AB Unit Routing to parallel.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter k (if k isnt already
displayed). Press {>} again to do the same for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Use the data
entry knob to dial in #94., VanderPol Filter. (This will be the second #94 you encounter, and will have a small dot to the
right of the numeral.) In a moment, the 94. will start flashing.
Press the {B} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #53,
Small Plate Rev. In a moment, the 53 will begin to flash.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.
Tip: To customize either of the effects, press {EDIT}, the appropriate letter and {>} or {<} to select its
parameters; use the data entry knob to edit them. You can change the Volume= parameter in an effect to adjust
how much of it youll hear. You can also press the {A} or {B} buttons to turn off either of the processors (its red
LED will flash). Press again to turn it back on (the red light will go out). Footswitches can accomplish the same
thingsee the Using Foot Switches Quick-Start for details.

Part # 9310 0188 01 - A

Model # MM-87

Singer/Guitarist
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#60.

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TunableSpeaker 2

Large Plate Rev

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This Quick-Start is for singers who perform with a guitar which has a pick-up. It provides a clean and rich amp simulation for
your guitar and a reverb for your voice. MIDI One-Person bands who are using a mono PA system can use this set-up as well,
by plugging in their keyboard (or keyboard sub-mixer) into the front-panel input 1 jack.
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Turn the DP/2 input and output knobs down all the way (counter-clockwise).
Plug your guitar cord into the DP/2s front-panel input 1 jack.
Connect your vocals effect send from your mixer to Input jack 2.
Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 and 2 jacks to the effect returns on your mixing console. If youve
only got one effect return on your mixer, use Output 1.
While playing your guitar, turn the input 1 knob clockwise until the red peak LED just above it is flashing occasionally.
While singing, turn up your vocals effect sends to a healthy level. Turn the DP/2s input 2 and knob clockwise until the
red peak LEDs just above it is flashing occasionally.
Turn the DP/2 outputs knob up until your mixer is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Press the {EDIT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button.
Press the {<} button until parameter 00 is displayed in large red numbers.
Use the data entry knob to dial in 2 Source Config.
Press {>} . Set the AB Output Select to Mixed Stereo.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter b. Press {>} again
and dial in k for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. If its red LED is on, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #60.,
TunableSpeaker 2. (This will be the second #60 you encounter, and will have a small dot to the right of the numeral.) In a
moment, the 60. will start flashing.
Press the {B} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #54,
Large Plate Revthe 54 will begin to flash.
Press {>} twice and set Volume= to 50.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.
Tip: To customize either of the effects, press {EDIT}, the appropriate letter and {>} or {<} to select its
parameters; use the data entry knob to edit them. You can change the Volume= parameter in an effect to adjust
how much of it youll hear. You can also press the {A} or {B} buttons to turn off either of the processors (its red
LED will go on). Press again to turn it back on (the red light will go out). Footswitches can accomplish the same
thingsee the Using Foot Switches Quick-Start for details.

Part # 9310 0177 01 - B

Model # MM-86

Solo InstrumentNew Age


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#86
Multi Tap Delay

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This Quick-Start is for solo wind and reed players performing in a New-Age style.
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Turn the DP/2 inputs and outputs knobs down all the way (counter-clockwise).
Connect your instruments effect send from your mixer to the DP/2s rear-panel Input jack 1.
Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 and 2 jacks to two inputs on your mixing console or stereo
amplifier. If youve only got one input available on your mixer (or amp), connect a cable from the DP/2s Output 1 to that
input.
While playing your instrument, turn the input 1 knob clockwise until the red peak LED just above it is flashing
occasionally.
Turn the outputs knob up until your mixer (or amp) is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Press the {SYSTEM/MIDI} button. Press the {>} button until the large red number reads 46. Use the data entry knob to
dial in Set All 1U Pset Mixes To Wet=Yes.
Press the {EDIT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button.
Press the {<} button until the large red numbers read 00.
Use the data entry knob to set the DP/2 to 1 Source Config.
Press {>} once. Use the data entry knob to set the AB Input Select to mono.
Press {>} once. Set the AB Unit Routing to parallel.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter k (if k isnt already
displayed). Press {>} again to do the same for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. If its red LED is on, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Use the data entry
knob to dial in #86, Multi Tap Delaythe 86 will start flashing.
Press the {B} button. If its red LED is on, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #54, Large
Plate Rev. In a moment, the 54 will begin to flash.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.
Tip: To customize either of the effects, press {EDIT}, the appropriate letter and {>} or {<} to select its
parameters; use the data entry knob to edit them. You can change the Volume= parameter in an effect to adjust
how much of it youll hear. You can also press the {A} or {B} buttons to turn off either of the processors (its red
LED will flash). Press again to turn it back on (the red light will go out). Footswitches can accomplish the same
thingsee the Using Foot Switches Quick-Start for details.

Part # 9310 0188 01 - A

Model # MM-87

Solo InstrumentRock
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Dual Delay

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Large Room Rev

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This Quick-Start is for solo reed and wind players performing rock.
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Turn the DP/2 inputs and outputs knobs down all the way (counter-clockwise).
Connect your instruments effect send from your mixer to the DP/2s rear-panel Input jack 1.
Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 and 2 jacks to two inputs on your mixing console or stereo
amplifier. If youve only got one input available on your mixer (or amp), connect a cable from the DP/2s Output 1 to that
input.
While playing your instrument, turn the input 1 knob clockwise until the red peak LED just above it is flashing
occasionally.
Turn the outputs knob up until your mixer (or amp) is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Press the {SYSTEM/MIDI} button. Press the {>} button until the large red number reads 46. Use the data entry knob to
dial in Set All 1U Pset Mixes To Wet=Yes.
Press the {EDIT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button.
Press the {<} button until the large red numbers read 00.
Use the data entry knob to set the DP/2 to 1 Source Config.
Press {>} once. Use the data entry knob to set the AB Input Select to mono.
Press {>} once. Set the AB Unit Routing to serial.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter b (if b isnt already
displayed). Press {>} again to do the same for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. If its red LED is on, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Use the data entry
knob to dial in #87, Dual Delaythe 87 will start flashing.
Press {>} until Left Input delay is displayed and 375 is flashing. Dial in a value of 70. Use the {>} button and the data
entry knob to set Left Input Delay Regen to 00, Right Input Delay to 98.00, Right input Delay Regen to 00 and Dual
Delay Cross Regen to 00.
Press the {B} button. If its red LED is on, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #51, Large
Room Rev. In a moment, the 51 will begin to flash.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.
Tip: To customize either of the effects, press {EDIT}, the appropriate letter and {>} or {<} to select its
parameters; use the data entry knob to edit them. You can change the Volume= parameter in an effect to adjust
how much of it youll hear. You can also press the {A} or {B} buttons to turn off either of the processors (its red
LED will flash). Press again to turn it back on (the red light will go out). Footswitches can accomplish the same
thingsee the Using Foot Switches Quick-Start for details.

Part # 9310 0177 01 - B

Model # MM-86

Telephone Filter Effect


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#86.
EQ-Compressor

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Parametric EQ

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This Quick-Start describes the way to make a voice sound as if its being heard through a telephone handset.
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Turn the DP/2 input and output knobs down all the way (counter-clockwise).
Plug a microphones effect send from your mixer into the DP/2s rear-panel Input 1 jack.
Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 jack to an input on your mixing console.
While speaking into your microphone, turn the input 1 knob up until the red peak LED above it flashes occasionally.
Turn the outputs knob up until your mixer (or amp) is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Set your mixer so that youre only hearing the output of the DP/2, and none of the original dry microphone signal.
Press the {EDIT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button.
Press the {<} button until the large red numbers read 00.
Use the data entry knob to set the DP/2 to 1 Source Config.
Press {>} once. Use the data entry knob to set the AB Input Select to mono.
Press {>} once. Set the AB Unit Routing to serial.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter b (if b isnt already
displayed). Press {>} again to do the same for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. If its red LED is on, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #86., EQCompressor. (This will be the second #86 you encounter, and will have a small dot to the right of the numeral.) In a
moment, the 86. will begin to flash.
Using the {>} button and data entry knob, set Compressor Gain to +05, Comp Ratio to 40:1, Noise Gate Off Below to -96
and Noise Gate On Above to -96.
Press the {B} button. If its red LED is on, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #85.,
Parametric EQ. (This will be the second #85 you encounter, and will have a small dot to the right of the numeral.) In a
moment, the 85. will begin to flash.
Use the {>} button and the data entry knob to set Bass Fc to 500 and Bass Gain to -48.
Set Mid1 Fc to 1000, Mid1 Gain to +15, Mid Q to 03, Mid2 Fc to 2000, Mid2 Gain to +15 and Mid2 Q to 03. Set Treble Fc
to 4KHz and Treble Gain to -48.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE}.
Tip: To customize either of the effects, press {EDIT}, the appropriate letter and {>} or {<} to select its
parameters; use the data entry knob to edit them. You can change the Volume= parameter in an effect to adjust
how much of it youll hear. You can also press the {A} or {B} buttons to turn off either of the processors (its red
LED will flash). Press again to turn it back on (the red light will go out). Footswitches can accomplish the same
thingsee the Using Foot Switches Quick-Start for details.

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Model # MM-87

Using Foot Switches


The DP/2 allows you to use the ENSONIQ SW-10 Dual Foot Switch to turn the DP/2s two effects processors on and off.
To set up your foot pedal:
1. Connect the foot pedal to the Foot Switch 1 jack on the DP/2s back panel.

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2. Press the {SYSTEM/MIDI} button on the DP/2s front panel.


3. Press the {<} or {>} button until the large red number reads 06 and the top line of the display shows Unit A Bypass=.
4. Turn the data entry knob to dial in Ftsw 1-L Toggle.
5. Press {>} until the red number shows 13 and the display reads Unit B Bypass=. Dial in Ftsw 1-R Toggle.
Each foot pedal is now assigned to its own processor:

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Note: Whether its the effect being switched on and offor the sound itselfis determined by each Units
(b)ypass and (k)ill setting. See the description of the Bypass/Kill parameter in Section 3Config Parameters in
the DP/2 Reference Manual.

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Model # MM-86

VocalBallad
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VanderPol Filter

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This Quick-Start provides a VanderPol filter, for bringing out the real-life sound of your voice, as well as a large, rich reverb.
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Turn the DP/2 inputs and outputs knobs down all the way (counter-clockwise).
Plug your vocals effect send from your mixer into the DP/2s rear-panel Input 1 jack.
Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 and 2 jacks to two returns on your mixing console. If youve only
got one return available, connect a cable from Output 1.
While singing, turn the input 1 knob clockwise until the red peak LED just above it is flashing occasionally.
Turn the outputs knob up until your mixer is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Press the {SYSTEM/MIDI} button. Press the {>} button until the large red number reads 46. Use the data entry knob to
dial in Set All 1U Pset Mixes To Wet=Yes.
Press the {EDIT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button.
Press the {<} button until parameter 00 is displayed in large red numbers.
Use the data entry knob to set the DP/2 to 1 Source Config.
Press {>} once. Use the data entry knob to set the AB Input Select to mono.
Press {>} once. Set the AB Unit Routing to parallel.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter k (if k isnt already
displayed). Press {>} again to do the same for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Use the data
entry knob to dial in #94., VanderPol Filter. (This will be the second #94 you encounter, and will have a small dot to the
right of the numeral.) In a moment, the 94. will start flashing.
Press the {B} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #52,
Hall Reverb. In a moment, the 52 will begin to flash.
Press {>} until Hall Decay= is displayed. Dial in 2.91.
Press {>} onceHall Predelay Time= is displayed and the 7 is flashing. Dial in 242.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.
Tip: To customize either of the effects, press {EDIT}, the appropriate letter and {>} or {<} to select its
parameters; use the data entry knob to edit them. You can change the Volume= parameter in an effect to adjust
how much of it youll hear. You can also press the {A} or {B} buttons to turn off either of the processors (its red
LED will flash). Press again to turn it back on (the red light will go out). Footswitches can accomplish the same
thingsee the Using Foot Switches Quick-Start for details.

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#52

#52

Hall Reverb

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This Quick-Start provides two singer with their own reverbs. It employs the rich Hall Reverb effect, but you can dial in any
other reverb youd like at Steps 12 and 13.
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Turn the DP/2 inputs and outputs knobs down all the way (counter-clockwise).
Plug one vocals effect send from your mixer into the DP/2s rear-panel Input 1 jack and the others into Input 2.
Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 and 2 jacks to two returns on your mixing console. If youve only
got one return available, connect a cable from Output 1 only.
While the first vocalist sings, turn the input 1 knob clockwise until the red peak LED just above it is flashing occasionally.
Do the same with the second vocalist and input 2.
Turn the outputs knob up until your mixer is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Press the {SYSTEM/MIDI} button. Press the {>} button until the large red number reads 46. Use the data entry knob to
dial in Set All 1U Pset Mixes To Wet=Yes.
Press the {EDIT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button.
Press the {<} button until parameter 00 is displayed in large red numbers.
Use the data entry knob to set the DP/2 to 2 Source Config.
Press {>} once. Set the AB Output Select to Mixed Stereo.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter k (if k isnt already
displayed). Press {>} again to do the same for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Use the data
entry knob to dial in #52, Hall Reverbthe 52 will start flashing.
Press the {B} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #52,
Hall Reverb. In a moment, the 52 will begin to flash.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.
Tip: To customize either of the effects, press {EDIT}, the appropriate letter and {>} or {<} to select its
parameters; use the data entry knob to edit them. You can change the Volume= parameter in an effect to adjust
how much of it youll hear. You can also press the {A} or {B} buttons to turn off either of the processors (its red
LED will flash). Press again to turn it back on (the red light will go out). Footswitches can accomplish the same
thingsee the Using Foot Switches Quick-Start for details.

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Model # MM-86

VocalPop
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#94.
VanderPol Filter

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This Quick-Start provides a VanderPol filter, for bringing out the real-life sound of your voice, as well as a large, clear reverb.
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Turn the DP/2 inputs and outputs knobs down all the way (counter-clockwise).
Plug your vocals effect send from your mixer into the DP/2s rear-panel Input 1 jack.
Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 and 2 jacks to two returns on your mixing console. If youve only
got one return available, connect a cable from Output 1.
While singing, turn the input 1 knob clockwise until the red peak LED just above it is flashing occasionally.
Turn the outputs knob up until your mixer is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Press the {SYSTEM/MIDI} button. Press the {>} button until the large red number reads 46. Use the data entry knob to
dial in Set All 1U Pset Mixes To Wet=Yes.
Press the {EDIT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button.
Press the {<} button until parameter 00 is displayed in large red numbers.
Use the data entry knob to set the DP/2 to 1 Source Config.
Press {>} once. Use the data entry knob to set the AB Input Select to mono.
Press {>} once. Set the AB Unit Routing to parallel.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter k (if k isnt already
displayed). Press {>} again to do the same for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Use the data
entry knob to dial in #94., VanderPol Filter. (This will be the second #94 you encounter, and will have a small dot to the
right of the numeral.) In a moment, the 94. will start flashing.
Press the {B} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #54,
Large Plate Rev. In a moment, the 54 will begin to flash.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.
Tip: To customize either of the effects, press {EDIT}, the appropriate letter and {>} or {<} to select its
parameters; use the data entry knob to edit them. You can change the Volume= parameter in an effect to adjust
how much of it youll hear. You can also press the {A} or {B} buttons to turn off either of the processors (its red
LED will flash). Press again to turn it back on (the red light will go out). Footswitches can accomplish the same
thingsee the Using Foot Switches Quick-Start for details.

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Model # MM-87

VocalRock
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#87
Dual Delay

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This Quick-Start sends your voice through a short stereo delay effect and then on to a large room reverb.
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Turn the DP/2 inputs and outputs knobs down all the way (counter-clockwise).
Plug your vocals effect send from your mixer into the DP/2s rear-panel Input 1 jack.
Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 and 2 jacks to two returns on your mixing console. If youve only
got one return available, connect a cable from Output 1.
While singing, turn the input 1 knob up until the red peak LED above it flashes occasionally.
Turn the outputs knob up until your mixer is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Press the {SYSTEM/MIDI} button. Press the {>} button until the large red number reads 46. Use the data entry knob to
dial in Set All 1U Pset Mixes To Wet=Yes.
Press the {EDIT} button, {CONFIG}, and then{<} until the large red numbers read 00.
Use the data entry knob to set the DP/2 to 1 Source Config.
Press {>} once. Use the data entry knob to set the AB Input Select to mono.
Press {>} once. Set the AB Unit Routing to serial.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter k (if k isnt already
displayed). Press {>} again to do the same for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Use the data
entry knob to dial in #87, Dual Delaythe 87 will start flashing.
Press {>} until Left Input Delay Time= is displayed. Dial in 115.00 ms.
Press {>} until Left Input Delay Regen=21 is displayed and the 21 is flashing. Dial in 00.
Press {>} until Right Input Delay Time= is displayed. Dial in 143.00 ms.
Press {>} until Right Input Delay Regen=21 is displayed and the 21 is flashing. Dial in 00.
Press {>} until Dual Delay Cross Regen= is displayed and the -47 is flashing. Dial in 00.
Press the {B} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #51,
Large Room Rev. In a moment, the 51 will begin to flash.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.
Tip: To customize either of the effects, press {EDIT}, the appropriate letter and {>} or {<} to select its
parameters; use the data entry knob to edit them. You can change the Volume= parameter in an effect to adjust
how much of it youll hear. You can also press the {A} or {B} buttons to turn off either of the processors (its red
LED will flash). Press again to turn it back on (the red light will go out). Footswitches can accomplish the same
thingsee the Using Foot Switches Quick-Start for details.

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Model # MM-86

VocalRockabilly
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#88
Tempo Delay

#53
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This Quick-Start provides a delay effect that sounds like the tape delay used on vocalists going back to the 50s, as well as a
touch of reverb.
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Turn the DP/2 inputs and outputs knobs down all the way (counter-clockwise).
Plug your vocals effect send from your mixer into the DP/2s rear-panel Input 1 jack.
Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 and 2 jacks to two returns on your mixing console. If youve only
got one return available, connect a cable from Output 1.
While singing, turn the input 1 knob clockwise until the red peak LED just above it is flashing occasionally.
Turn the outputs knob up until your mixer is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Press the {SYSTEM/MIDI} button. Press the {>} button until the large red number reads 46. Use the data entry knob to
dial in Set All 1U Pset Mixes To Wet=Yes.
Press the {EDIT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button.
Press the {<} button until parameter 00 is displayed in large red numbers.
Use the data entry knob to set the DP/2 to 1 Source Config.
Press {>} once. Use the data entry knob to set the AB Input Select to mono.
Press {>} once. Set the AB Unit Routing to serial.
Press {>} until (b)ypass (k)ill is displayed, and the letter following A= is flashing. Dial in the letter k (if k isnt already
displayed). Press {>} again to do the same for Unit B.
Press the {A} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Use the data
entry knob to dial in #88, Tempo Delaythe 88 will start flashing.
Press {>} until TempoDelay Time= is displayed. Dial in 1/8 triplet.
Press the {B} button. If its red LED is flashing, press it again. Press {<} until the red numbers are flashing. Dial in #53,
Small Plate Rev. In a moment, the 53 will begin to flash.
Press {>} oncethe 99 in Mix=41 is flashing. Dial in 35.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.
Tip: To customize either of the effects, press {EDIT}, the appropriate letter and {>} or {<} to select its
parameters; use the data entry knob to edit them. You can change the Volume= parameter in an effect to adjust
how much of it youll hear. You can also press the {A} or {B} buttons to turn off either of the processors (its red
LED will flash). Press again to turn it back on (the red light will go out). Footswitches can accomplish the same
thingsee the Using Foot Switches Quick-Start for details.

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Model # MM-87

Vocoder
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Config Preset 55
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The vocoder is a special effect which first became popular in the 1970s. With a vocoder, you can use your voice to shape
sounds played on an instrument, making the notes sound as if theyre being spoken or sung. Typically, vocoders are used to
shape keyboard sounds, but any sound is fair game, both as shaper and shapee. This Quick-Start will show you how to
vocode a keyboard with your voice.
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Turn the DP/2 inputs and outputs knobs down all the way (counter-clockwise).
Plug a microphones effect send from your mixer into the DP/2s rear-panel Input 1 jack.
Connect a cable from your keyboard to the DP/2s rear-panel Input 2 jack.
Connect cables from the DP/2s back-panel Output 1 and 2 jacks to two inputs on your mixing console or stereo guitar
amplifier. If youre going into a single-input mixer or amp, connect a cable from the DP/2s Output 1 to that input.
5. While speaking into your microphone, turn the input 1 knob clockwise until the red peak LED just above it is flashing
occasionally. While playing your keyboard, do the same with the input 2 knob.
6. Turn the outputs knob up until your mixer (or amp) is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
7. Set your mixer so that youre only hearing the output of the DP/2, and none of the original dry microphone or keyboard
signal.
8. Press the {SELECT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button. If the red LEDs in the {A} or {B} buttons light up, press
{CONFIG} again.
9. Use the data entry knob to dial in #55, Vocoder 2U.
10. Press {SELECT} again.
Play a chord on the keyboard, hold the keys down, and speak into your microphone. As you speak, the keyboard notes take
on the shapes of your words, and yet your voice has no effect on the pitch of the notes (nor is it directly heard in the mix).
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Youll find the vocoder works best when the keyboard notes and your voice are in a similar pitch range.

Using the vocoder expressively takes a little practice, as it requires a somewhat different type of mouth-to-hand coordination
than you may be used to. Experiment with single-note lines, as well as chords.

Part # 9310 0177 01 - B

Model # MM-86

Voice-Over with Music Bed


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Config Preset 89
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With this Quick-Start, the DP/2 senses the presence of a voice-over announcer and automatically turns the music bed down
when he/she is speaking.
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Turn the DP/2 inputs and outputs knobs down all the way (counter-clockwise).
Connect your music source to the DP/2s rear-panel Input 1 jack. Dont send the music to your mixerthe DP/2 will take
care of that.
For the voice-over, plug a microphones effect send from your mixer into the DP/2s rear-panel Input 2 jack.
Connect the DP/2s Output 1 to an input on your mixer.
While playing your music bed, turn up the input 1 knob until the red peak LEDs above it is flashing occasionally.
Running the voice-over through the effect send, do the same with input 2.
Turn the outputs knob up until your mixer is receiving the proper level from the DP/2.
Press the {SELECT} button, and then the {CONFIG} button. If the red LEDs in the {A} or {B} buttons light up, press
{CONFIG} again.
Use the data entry knob to dial in #89, Ducker & Gate.
Press {SELECT} again.
Press the {EDIT} button, and then the {A} button.
Press {>} until Ducker Output Mix is displayed and 40 is flashing. Dial in a value of 00.
Press {>} until Threshold is displayed and -30 is flashing. Dial in a value of -36.
Press {>} until Release is displayed and 90ms is flashing. Dial in a value of 200ms.
To save the set-up, press {CONFIG}. Press {WRITE}. Use the data entry knob to select a location in the DP/2s
memory. Press {WRITE} again.
Name your set-up by using the {>} and {<} buttons to underline each character, and the data entry knob to dial in the
character you want. When youre done, press {WRITE} again.
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Use your mixer to adjust the volume balance between the voice-over and the music.

Part # 9310 0188 01 - A

Model # MM-87