DIGITECH TALKER MANUAL PDF

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Care should be taken so that objects do not fall and liquids are not spilled into the enclosure through openings. Using the Talker. The exclamation point in an equilateral triangle indicates that it is necessary for the user to refer to the owners manual. Do not open the unit. Do not attempt to ser- marked on the appliance. Opening the chassis for any reason will void the manu- facturers warranty.

Do not get the unit wet. If liquid is spilled that the grounding or polarization means of an appliance is not defeat- on the unit, shut it off immediately and take it to a dealer for ed. Back Panel. Disconnect the unit during storms to prevent damage. All other servicing should be referred to qualified ser- vice personnel.

Some Suggested Applications. The core which is coloured brown must be connected to the termi- nal marked L or coloured red.

Discard the mains plug at a suitable disposal facility. Do not use the to qualified service personnel who should refer to the table below. The mains plug without the fuse cover in place. Severe injury or death can then result if the chassis and earth ground are touched simultaneously. These Earth Grnd. Green limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.

However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. IVL Technologies Ltd. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: European Contact: Your local DigiTech Sales and Service Office or this device may not cause harmful interference, and International Sales Office this device must accept any interference received, including inter- 3 Overlook Drive Unit 4 ference that may cause undesired operation.

Tel Fax use only shielded interconnecting cables. Introduction Congratulations and thank you for purchasing the DigiTech Talker. This unique product features IVL Technology's Advanced Vocal Synthesis which came about through research into physical model- ing of the human voice. A radical new break-through in digital signal processing, the Talker actually allows an instrument and a voice to be combined to create expressive effects.

The Talker also boasts an actual hard-wired bypass for the instrument and mic inputs to maintain a perfectly clean instrument signal when the effect is not in use. The Talker has a retro-space-age look and is housed in a heavy duty stainless steel chassis that is both functional and attractive. On stage or in the studio, the DigiTech Talker is an extremely ver- satile effect with a wide variety of uses.

Distortion Amplifier Box Select either the amp, mixer or "both" effect outputs. Run cables to your amp and P. Mixer Speak or sing into the microphone as you play chords or individual notes on your instrument to achieve the talking effect. Experiment with other devices: sing over a sequencer line, try a keyboard with Note: Additional connection information is printed on the underside of the a vocal or pre-recorded tracks combined with a drum machine.

Talker case. The possibilities are endless! Press the Program switch with your foot to select between six dis- tinctive program sounds. Press the Bypass switch to bypass the effect. Note: If using guitar as an input, a distortion or compression device may be plugged in before the Talker to increase upper har- monics and sustain. Run the output of the distortion box into the instrument input of the Talker.

Other effects like echo should go after the Talker in the signal chain. In: adjusts the microphone input level. Instrument In: adjusts the instrument input level. Effect Out: controls the effect amount to the outputs.

Note: The above controls have no effect on Bypass levels. Program Switch: Toggles sequentially between the six Programs. Bypass Switch: Switches Bypass on or off. This is a hardwire bypass, as if the Talker isnt in the chain when bypassed. The mic bypass will be at microphone levels. Effect Routing Switch Amp: effect out to amplifier only P.

Both: effect to both P. Level: Active when Effect Routing is in the Both position, this Note: The Talker allows you to route your effect signal to a guitar amp and adjusts the level of effect to the P. This knob has no a mixer simultaneously. When the Talker effect is being used, the output of effect when Effect Routing is set to either Amp or P. If you have selected the Both option for effects routing, Mic: balanced XLR connector mono - microphone input.

Level knob. Connect Talker to your system. Set the Mic level by singing or talking into the microphone at your Connect your microphone to the balanced XLR Mic In jack and loudest performance volume while adjusting the Mic In knob.

Mic Clip LED should be green, just tickling the orange. Also, keep in mind that the volume of your singing voice controls amplifier. Select the Effect Routing switch to Amp, P. Setting the Instrument level. Power up the Talker by plugging the AC adaptor cable into the Bypass should still be off. Power Input jack. If the LED is red, you have too much input.

Ground loop note: When you use both the PA and Amp outputs, there Note: Once again, if you are in the NuVo preset then youll hear out- is the possibility of hum due to ground loops between your amp and put only when you talk and play at the same time. If you experience hum in this setup, use only a proper Setting the levels between the Effect and the Bypassed sound.

Sing or talk into the Mic while playing your instrument, to hear the Amplifier distrotion note: If you prefer to use the the preamp distor- Talker "effect".

If the the effects loop of your amp. The effects loop adds preamplifier distor- effect sound is louder than your instrument sound in Bypass, turn tion before the Talker which makes the effect more distinct.

Note: It is best not to adjust your instrument's output level while doing Set your instrument and amp levels the way you normally do. If you this - use the Effect Out Knob for more or less volume. When you have set up both an amplifier and a mixer as outputs, and Note: For maximum enjoyment, its important to set up the proper lev- you have chosen Both with the Effect Routing Switch, you may els for the Talker effect.

It can also be used to balance the level of the PA output compared to the Amp output. Note: This control has no effect on the Bypassed signal Note: The PA output when using the Talker effect is an amplified sig- nal, and is capable of much higher levels than the bypassed mic sig- nal.

You may want to trim the effect level back with the PA Level knob 4 to match your mixers input. Using NuWah: Guitar effect only, no vocal needed. This is an auto- distortion with a guitar into the Talker can increase intelligibility and matic wah feature that is somewhat like an envelope follower but sustain.

Other effects such as echo, reverb, phaser and flanger, should the wah is very human sounding. TazMania: Use instrument and mic, or mic alone.

This pro- Drum Machine Loop: gram uses white noise to generate a devilish voice. The gate fea- Run the left and right outputs of a drum machine into the Mic Input ture is active so that the user can switch back and forth between and the Instrument Input of the Talker.

Set the input levels and adjust the effect and the guitar sound without pressing the Bypass the Effect Output.

Mic In. Try taking drums with different rhythms and panning them TalkBox: This program features vocoder which has been EQ'd hard left and hard right to hear them modulate against each other. Connect a synthesizer or sampler to the Instrument Input and a drum Alien: This program features an old style vocoder or alien machine into the Mic Input to achieve a rhythmic keyboard effect.

Try sounding effect. Also try mod- AutoTalk: This is an automatic vocoder-type effect. Play your ulating a sustaining bass sound or a sub-bass waveform with just the guitar with the effect on youll hear the normal guitar sound , bass drum output of a drum machine or a recorded bass or bass drum then sing or say something into the mic.

This will automatically track. Same set-up as a guitar. For maximum effect use distortion or com- pression effects before the Talker Input. Set the Input levels and adjust the Effect Output. Recorded tracks: If you have a multi-track recorder, experiment with using pre-recorded vocal or instrumental tracks as either the Mic or Instrument inputs, as well as against live mic or instrument input, to generate new effect tracks.

Note: The general rule of thumb is that the sound source that has more sustained notes and a wider frequency signal should be in the Instrument input, and the source that has more rhythmic variation or expressive changes in volume and timbre should be in the Mic input.

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