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1. IMPORTANT NOTICE: DO NOT MODIFY THIS UNIT!This product, when installed as indicated in the instructions containedin this manual, meets FCC requirements. Modifications notexpressly approved by <strong>Yamaha</strong> may void your authority, granted bythe FCC, to use the product.2. IMPORTANT: When connecting this product to accessories and/or another product use only high quality shielded cables. Cable/ssupplied with this product MUST be used. Follow all installationinstructions. Failure to follow instructions could void your FCCauthorization to use this product in the USA.3. NOTE: This product has been tested and found to comply with therequirements listed in FCC Regulations, Part 15 for Class “B” digitaldevices. Compliance with these requirements provides a reasonablelevel of assurance that your use of this product in a residentialenvironment will not result in harmful interference with other electronicdevices. This equipment generates/uses radio frequenciesand, if not installed and used according to the instructions found inthe users manual, may cause interference harmful to the operationof other electronic devices. Compliance with FCC regulations doesFCC INFORMATION (U.S.A.)not guarantee that interference will not occur in all installations. Ifthis product is found to be the source of interference, which can bedetermined by turning the unit “OFF” and “ON”, please try to eliminatethe problem by using one of the following measures:Relocate either this product or the device that is being affected bythe interference.Utilize power outlets that are on different branch (circuit breaker orfuse) circuits or install AC line filter/s.In the case of radio or TV interference, relocate/reorient theantenna. If the antenna lead-in is 300 ohm ribbon lead, change thelead-in to co-axial type cable.If these corrective measures do not produce satisfactory results,please contact the local retailer authorized to distribute this type ofproduct. If you can not locate the appropriate retailer, please contact<strong>Yamaha</strong> Corporation of America, Electronic Service Division,6600 Orangethorpe Ave, Buena Park, CA90620The above statements apply ONLY to those products distributed by<strong>Yamaha</strong> Corporation of America or its subsidiaries.* This applies only to products distributed by YAMAHA CORPORATION OF AMERICA. (class B)IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR THE UNITED KINGDOMConnecting the Plug and CordWARNING: THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHEDIMPORTANT. The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordancewith the following code:GREEN-AND-YELLOW : EARTHBLUE : NEUTRALBROWN : LIVEAs the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may notcorrespond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals inyour plug proceed as follows:The wire which is coloured GREEN-and-YELLOW must be connectedto the terminal in the plug which is marked by the letter E or by thesafety earth symbol or colored GREEN or GREEN-and-YELLOW.The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminalwhich is marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK.The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminalwhich is marked with the letter L or coloured RED.ADVARSEL!Lithiumbatteri—Eksplosionsfare ved fejlagtig håndtering. Udskiftningmå kun ske med batteri af samme fabrikat og type. Levér det brugtebatteri tilbage til leverandoren.VARNINGExplosionsfara vid felaktigt batteribyte. Använd samma batterityp elleren ekvivalent typ som rekommenderas av apparattillverkaren.Kassera använt batteri enligt fabrikantens instruktion.VAROITUSParisto voi räjähtää, jos se on virheellisesti asennettu. Vaihda paristoainoastaan laitevalmistajan suosittelemaan tyyppiin. Hävitä käytettyparisto valmistajan ohjeiden mukaisesti.(lithium caution)• This applies only to products distributed by <strong>Yamaha</strong>-Kemble Music (U.K.) Ltd.(3 wires)NEDERLAND / THE NETHERLANDS• Dit apparaat bevat een lithium batterij voor geheugen back-up.• This apparatus contains a lithium battery for memory back-up.• Raadpleeg uw leverancier over de verwijdering van de batterij op hetmoment dat u het apparaat ann het einde van de levensduur afdanktof de volgende <strong>Yamaha</strong> Service Afdeiing:<strong>Yamaha</strong> Music Nederland Service AfdeiingKanaalweg 18-G, 3526 KL UTRECHTTel. 030-2828425•For the removal of the battery at the moment of the disposal at theend of the service life please consult your retailer or <strong>Yamaha</strong> ServiceCenter as follows:<strong>Yamaha</strong> Music Nederland Service CenterAddress : Kanaalweg 18-G, 3526 KL UTRECHTTel : 030-2828425• Gooi de batterij niet weg, maar lever hem in als KCA.• Do not throw away the battery. Instead, hand it in as small chemicalwaste.(lithium disposal)<strong>SPX2000</strong>— 3


CAUTIONRISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCKDO NOT OPENCAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OFELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVECOVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLEPARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TOQUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.Explanation of Graphical SymbolsThe lightning flash with arrowhead symbolwithin an equilateral triangle is intended to alertthe user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerousvoltage” within the product’s enclosure thatmay be of sufficient magnitude to constitute arisk of electric shock to persons.The exclamation point within an equilateral triangleis intended to alert the user to the presenceof important operating and maintenance (servicing)instructions in the literature accompanyingthe product.The above warning is located on the top of the unit.IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS1 Read these instructions.2 Keep these instructions.3 Heed all warnings.4 Follow all instructions.5 Do not use this apparatus near water.6 Clean only with dry cloth.7 Do not block any ventilation openings. Install inaccordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.8 Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators,heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus(including amplifiers) that produce heat.9 Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarizedor grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has twoblades with one wider than the other. A groundingtype plug has two blades and a third groundingprong. The wide blade or the third prong are providedfor your safety. If the provided plug does notfit into your outlet, consult an electrician forreplacement of the obsolete outlet.WARNINGTO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK,DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPARATUS TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.10 Protect the power cord from being walked on orpinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles,and the point where they exit from theapparatus.11 Only use attachments/accessories specified bythe manufacturer.12 Use only with the cart, stand,tripod, bracket, or table specifiedby the manufacturer, orsold with the apparatus. When acart is used, use caution whenmoving the cart/apparatus combinationto avoid injury from tipover.13 Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms orwhen unused for long periods of time.14 Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.Servicing is required when the apparatus hasbeen damaged in any way, such as power-supplycord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled orobjects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatushas been exposed to rain or moisture, doesnot operate normally, or has been dropped.(5)-44 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


<strong>SPX2000</strong> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82MIDI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 MIDI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88MIDI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88MIDI data format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89MIDI Control Change Parameter Assignment Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104• • <strong>SPX2000</strong>— 5


<strong>SPX2000</strong> ● 96 kHz 24 ● 122 ● <strong>SPX2000</strong> Editor (*) MIDI MIDI * <strong>SPX2000</strong>● <strong>SPX2000</strong> Editor ★ / AES/EBU / ★ [STORE][RECALL] [ ▲ INC]/[▼ DEC] / ★ <strong>SPX2000</strong> <strong>SPX2000</strong> <strong>SPX2000</strong> Editor <strong>SPX2000</strong> <strong>SPX2000</strong> <strong>Yamaha</strong> http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/ <strong>SPX2000</strong> Editor ★ REV-X ★ SPX SPX ★ / <strong>SPX2000</strong> 2 /2 ★ [TAP] FC5 MIDI ★ MIDI MIDI / MIDI 6 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


2 357 9 0 B C E F G I J M1 468A D H LK N O P1 [INPUT L R] 2 1033 [INPUT MODE] / 4 [METER] / 2 5 [INPUT SOURCE] INPUTSOURCE 19 6 [CLOCK] CLOCKSOURCE 18 7 [MIDI] <strong>SPX2000</strong> MIDI8 [kHz] 9 0 A [BANK] / 12 B [STORE] C [▲]/[▼] D [RECALL] E [UNDO] / / / 16 [UNDO] F [BACK] G [▲ INC]/[▼ DEC] <strong>SPX2000</strong>— 7


H [NEXT] I [COMPARE] / 16 J [PARAMETER] / K [FINE PARAM] / L [UTILITY] / <strong>SPX2000</strong> 17 [UTILITY] L• [BANK] A• [STORE] B• [▲]/[▼] C• [RECALL] D• [UNDO] E• [COMPARE] IM [BYPASS] / / [BYPASS] [BYPASS] [BYPASS] N [TAP] / 2 O [FOOT SW] FC5 [TAP] N 23 P [POWER ON/OFF] <strong>SPX2000</strong> 8 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


R S T U V W X Y[Q Z\Q <strong>SPX2000</strong> 3 <strong>SPX2000</strong> <strong>SPX2000</strong> <strong>SPX2000</strong> R [AC IN] <strong>SPX2000</strong>S [MIDI OUT/THRU] MIDI MIDI <strong>SPX2000</strong> MIDI MIDI <strong>SPX2000</strong> [MIDIIN] T MIDI MIDI OUT SETUP21 MIDI OUT MIDITHRUT [MIDI IN] MIDI <strong>SPX2000</strong> 88 U [TO HOST USB] USB <strong>SPX2000</strong> MIDI <strong>SPX2000</strong> 6 V [WORD CLOCK IN] 75 W [AES/EBU OUT] AES/EBU XLR-3-32 AES/EBU X [AES/EBU IN] AES/EBU XLR-3-31 AES/EBU Y [OUTPUT] XLR-3-32 TRS Z [OUTPUT –10 dBu/+4 dBu] [OUTPUT] Y –10 dBu +4 dBu[ [INPUT] XLR-3-31 TRS ANALOG 19 \ [INPUT –10 dBu/+4 dBu] [OUTPUT] [ –10 dBu +4 dBu<strong>SPX2000</strong>— 9


<strong>SPX2000</strong> / /• [INPUT] [• [AES/EBU IN] X• [OUTPUT] Y• [AES/EBU OUT] W / [INPUT -10 dBu/+4 dBu] \ [OUTPUT -10dBu/+4dBu] Z• ................................................. 18 • <strong>SPX2000</strong>................................ 6 • MIDI <strong>SPX2000</strong> ...................... 88 <strong>SPX2000</strong>1 <strong>SPX2000</strong> [OUTPUT] Y [AES/EBU OUT] W [INPUT L R] 1 L/R 2 <strong>SPX2000</strong> [POWER ON/OFF] P 3 <strong>SPX2000</strong> <strong>SPX2000</strong> 10 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


[INPUT MODE] 3 [INPUT MODE]MONO STEREO / 1IN 2OUT [METER] 4 2[METER] INPUT OUTPUT • 5 ANALOG DIGITAL INPUT SOURCE 19 • MIDI 7 MIDI • CLOCK 6 CLOCK SOURCE 18 2IN 2OUTINTAES/EBUWC<strong>SPX2000</strong> <strong>SPX2000</strong> [AES/EBU IN] X<strong>SPX2000</strong> [WORD CLOCK IN] V<strong>SPX2000</strong> 1IN 2OUT• kHz 8 44.1/48/88.2/96 kHz <strong>SPX2000</strong> CLOCK SOURCE 18 [INPUT L R] 1 L/R 2IN 2OUT<strong>SPX2000</strong>— 11


<strong>SPX2000</strong> 3 PRESETUSER CLASSIC 97 80 17 REV-XCLASSIC 25 SPX USER PRESET CLASSIC USER PRESET CLASSIC 99 [UTILITY] L• [BANK] A• [STORE] B• [▲]/[▼] C• [RECALL] D• [UNDO] E• [COMPARE] I• [UNDO] E• [BACK] F• [▲ INC]/[▼ DEC] G• [NEXT] H• [COMPARE] I• [PARAMETER] J• [FINE PARAM] K [RECALL] D [UNDO] E [UNDO] 1 [BANK] A [BANK] A / [BYPASS] M / / [BYPASS]2 [▲]/[▼] C 0[▲] [▼] [▲][▼] [▼][▲]12 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


1 [BANK] A [BANK] A<strong>SPX2000</strong> 2 2 12 [▲]/[▼] C 0• [UNDO] E• [BACK] F• [▲ INC]/[▼ DEC] G• [NEXT] H• [COMPARE] I• [PARAMETER] J• [FINE PARAM] K3 [RECALL] D 0 [UTILITY] L• [BANK] A• [STORE] B• [▲]/[▼] C• [RECALL] D• [UNDO] E• [COMPARE] I<strong>SPX2000</strong>— 13


1 25 1 1 [PARAMETER] J [FINE PARAM] K2 [BACK] F [NEXT] H 9REV-X LARGE HALLREV TIME= 3.20s [▲ INC]/[▼ DEC] G 9 [COMPARE] I[COMPARE] I[▲ INC][▼ DEC] [▲ INC] [▼ DEC] [▼ DEC] [▲INC] [BACK] [BACK] [NEXT] [PARAMETER] [NEXT] [PARAMETER] [BACK] [BACK] [NEXT] [FINE PARAM] [NEXT] [FINE PARAM] NO FINE PARAMETERCLASSIC 31 CLASSIC [PARAMETER] 5 • [▲ INC]/[▼ DEC] G• [TAP] N [TAP] N 2 TEMPOSOURCE 23 TAP• 2 1. FC5[FOOT SW] O2. TEMPO SOURCE 23 TAP• MIDI MIDI TEMPOSOURCE 23 MIDI• MIDI MIDI MIDI <strong>SPX2000</strong> 14 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


<strong>SPX2000</strong> • 1) SYNC 2) NOTE 3) TEMPO 4) DELAY 5) FREQ.SYNC on/off NOTE TEMPO DELAY FREQ. DELAY FREQ. DELAY FREQ. • TEMPO NOTE DELAY FREQ. TEMPO NOTE DELAY FREQ. * a SYNC on NOTE DELAY FREQ. NOTE NOTE NOTE = DELAY ( FREQ.)/(4 x (60/TEMPO)) NOTE DELAY FREQ. DELAY ( FREQ.) DELAY FREQ. = NOTE x 4 x (60/TEMPO) TEMPO DELAY FREQ. DELAY FREQ.DELAY FREQ. = DELAY FREQ x TEMPO/ TEMPO 1 SYNC=ON DELAY=250 ms TEMPO=120 NOTE DELAY = NOTE x 4 x (60/TEMPO)= (1/4) x 4 x (60/120)= 0.5 (sec)= 500 ms DELAY 250ms 500ms 2 SYNC=ON DELAY=250 ms NOTE= TEMPO 120 121DELAY = DELAYx TEMPO/ TEMPO= 250 x (120/121)= 247.9 (ms) TEMPO 250ms 247.9ms* a • NOTE TEMPO NOTE TEMPO DELAY FREQ NOTE TEMPO DELAY FREQ SYNC • TEMPO TEMPO • • / TEMPO TEMPO TEMPO = 120 TEMPO 60 TEMPO=60 TEMPO DELAY FREQ. DELAY FREQ. <strong>SPX2000</strong> DELAY FREQ. TEMPO TEMPO = 1/48= 1/24 = 1/16= 1/12= 3/32 = 1/8= 1/6= 3/16 = 1/4= 3/8= 1/2= 3/4= 1/1= 2/1<strong>SPX2000</strong>— 15


[COMPARE] I [COMPARE] [COMPARE] • [▲ INC]/[▼ DEC] G• [UTILITY] L• [TAP] N [UNDO] E [UNDO] [UNDO] [UNDO] E [UNDO] [UNDO] / USER1 USER [BANK] A USER [BANK] A USER2 [▲]/[▼] C 03 [STORE] B [COMPARE] I [UNDO] E16 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


USER1 USER [BANK] A USER 2 123 TITLE EDIT [UTILITY] L TITLE EDIT. / USER 1 USER [BANK] A USER 2 123 USER PGM PROTECT [UTILITY] L USER PGMPROTECTREV-X LARGE HALLTITLE EDITUSER PGM PROTECT*OFF ON4 REV-X LARGE HALLTITLE EDIT4 [▲ INC]/[▼ DEC] G / USER PGM PROTECT*OFF ON[BACK] [NEXT] [▲ INC] A B C[▼ DEC] C B A 16 • • • • !" #$ % & () + , —. /0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 : ; < = > ?@ A B C D E F G H I J K L M N OP Q R S T U V W X Y Z [ · ] ^ _‘ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n op q r s t u v wx y z<strong>SPX2000</strong>— 17


USER 1 USER [BANK] A USER 2 123 LCD BACK [UTILITY] L LCD BACKREV-X LARGE HALLLCD BACK=YELLOW1 CLOCK SOURCE [UTILITY] L CLOCKSOURCECLOCK SOURCEINT96kHz2 [▲ INC]/[▼ DEC] GCLOCK SOURCEINT96kHz4 [▲ INC]/[▼ DEC] G 5 [BACK] [BACK] REV-X LARGE HALLLCD BACK=GREEN [NEXT] [UTILITY] [UTILITY] * [BACK] [NEXT] [CLOCK] 6 [kHz] 8 WRONG WORD CLOCK! <strong>SPX2000</strong> <strong>SPX2000</strong> 6 • WORD CLOCK:[WORD CLOCK IN] V• AES/EBU: [AES/EBU IN] X• INT44.1kHz: (44.1 kHz)• INT48kHz: (48 kHz)• INT88.2kHz: (88.2 kHz)• INT96kHz: (96 kHz)• <strong>SPX2000</strong> • INT44.1 kH - INT 96 kHz 18 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


2 1 <strong>SPX2000</strong> CLOCKSOURCE 18 INT96kHzINT88.2kHz INT48kHz INT44.1 <strong>SPX2000</strong>1 CLOCK SOURCE 18 AES/EBU AES/EBU [AES/EBU IN] X2 CLOCK SOURCE 18 WORD CLOCK [WORD CLOCK IN] V <strong>SPX2000</strong> [INPUT] [ [AES/EBU IN] X1 INPUT SOURCE [UTILITY] L INPUTSOURCEINPUT SOURCE*ANALOG DIGITAL2 [▲ INC] G DIGITAL [AES/EBUIN] [▼ DEC] GANALOG INPUT] INPUT SOURCE*ANALOG DIGITAL [INPUT SOURCE] 5 Sync Error![INPUT SOURCE] <strong>SPX2000</strong> <strong>SPX2000</strong> 1 OPERATION LOCK [UTILITY] L OPERATIONLOCKOPERATION LOCK*OFF 1 2 32 [▲ INC]/[▼ DEC] GOPERATION LOCK*OFF 1 2 3<strong>SPX2000</strong>— 19


1 2 13 2 Operation Locked! O X 1 2 3 USER PRESET CLASSIC 1 USER [BANK] A USER 2 12 3 U## CLEAR? [UTILITY] L U## CLEAR? ## [INPUT MODE] 3 O O O X[METER] 4 O O O O[BANK] A O O O XU01 CLEAR?PUSH INC[STORE] B O O X X[▲]/[▼] C O O O X[RECALL] D O O O X[UNDO] E[BACK] F /[NEXT] H[▲ INC]/[▼ DEC] G O O X X O O O XO O O OO O O X O X *1 X *1 X *14 [▲ INC] G Completed!• [▲ INC] [UNDO] E• This Program is Protected! 17 [PARAMETER] J O O O O[FINE PARAM] K O O O O[UTILITY] L O O *2 O *2 O *2[COMPARE] I O O O X[BYPASS] M O O O X[TAP] N / O O O X[POWER ON/OFF] P O O O OMIDI / / O O O O*1 *2 120 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


MIDI / <strong>SPX2000</strong> 2 MIDI 1 MIDI PORT GENERAL MIDI 1 MIDI PORT EDITOR <strong>SPX2000</strong> <strong>SPX2000</strong> Editor 1 1 1 MIDI PORT GENERAL MIDIPORT EDITOR [UTILITY] L MIDI PORTGENERAL MIDI PORT EDITORMIDI PORTGENERAL = MIDI MIDI OUT/THRU [MIDI OUT/THRU] S MIDI OUT MIDI THRU1 MIDI OUT SETUP [UTILITY] L MIDI OUTSETUPMIDI OUT SETUP*OUT THRU2 MIDI OUT MIDI THRU [ ▲ INC] G MIDI THRU[▼ DEC] G MIDI OUT2 MIDI [▲ INC]/[▼ DEC] GMIDI PORTGENERAL = MIDI MIDI PORT GENERAL 9 MIDI 1 MIDI [MIDIIN] (T [MIDI OUT/THRU] S ) USB 1-USB 8 [TO HOST USB] U 1-8 (*) OFF MIDI MIDI PORT EDITOR 8 1 USB1-USB2 [TOHOST USB] U 1 8 (*) OFF MIDI (*) [TO HOST USB] 8MIDI OUT SETUP*OUT THRU• MIDI THRU:[MIDI IN] T MIDI <strong>SPX2000</strong> MIDI • MIDI OUT:<strong>SPX2000</strong> MIDI / MIDI PORT GENERAL 21 / MIDI1 MIDI CHANNEL [UTILITY] L MIDI CHANNEL USB <strong>SPX2000</strong> YAMAMA USB-MIDI YAMAMA USB- MIDI <strong>Yamaha</strong> http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/ MIDI OUT is NOT Selected! [MIDI OUT/THRU] S THRU MIDI OUT SETUP [MIDI OUT/THRU] OUTMIDI CHANNELCH 12 [ ▲ INC]/[▼ DEC] G MIDI / 17 1 CH1 CH16 1 16 OMNIMIDI CHANNELCH 1<strong>SPX2000</strong>— 21


<strong>SPX2000</strong> Editor ID <strong>SPX2000</strong> ID <strong>SPX2000</strong> ID <strong>SPX2000</strong> ID 1 EDITOR ID [UTILITY] L EDITORIDEDITOR ID12 <strong>SPX2000</strong> Editor ID [▲ INC]/[▼ DEC] G<strong>SPX2000</strong> ID 1 8 ID EDITOR ID1 MIDI 1 MIDI <strong>SPX2000</strong> <strong>SPX2000</strong> 3 A - C 128 384 1 MIDI PGM CHANGE [UTILITY] L MIDI PGMCHANGEMIDI PGM CHANGETBL A:PGM 1=P012 MIDI TBL A - C PGM1-128 --- P01-U99 (*) MIDI PGM CHANGETBL A:PGM 1=P01[BACK] [NEXT] [▲ INC] A B C 1 2 3[▼ DEC] C B A 3 2 1 --- <strong>SPX2000</strong> A A PGM107=P02 A: PGM108=--- A: PGM109=U05 <strong>SPX2000</strong> A 107 109 A 108 (*) P01 PRESET 01 C10 CLASSIC 10U05 USER 522 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


<strong>SPX2000</strong> <strong>SPX2000</strong> MIDI MIDIPORT GENERAL 211 BULK OUT (ALL) [UTILITY] L BULK OUT(ALL) / MIDI / MIDI / MIDI • NOTE ON/OFF / • PGM CHANGE• CTL CHANGE• SYSEX BLKDMP• SYSEX PRMCHG 2 [▲ INC] G Transmitting... Completed! 1 I NPUT MODE METER 1 MIDI RECEIVE [UTILITY] L MIDI RECEIVEMIDI RECEIVENOTE ON/OFF= ON2 MIDI [BACK] F /[NEXT] H / MIDI 1 TEMPO SOURCE [UTILITY] L TEMPO SOURCETEMPO SOURCETAPMIDI RECEIVENOTE ON/OFF= ON3 MIDI [▲ INC] G ON[▼ DEC] G OFFMIDI RECEIVENOTE ON/OFF= ON2 [ ▲ INC]/[▼ DEC] GTEMPO SOURCETAP 3 1 • TEMPO VALUE ONLY: [▲ INC]/[▼ DEC] • MIDI CLOCK: [MIDI IN] T [TO HOST USB] U MIDI •TAP: [TAP] N [FOOT SW] O[▲ INC]/[▼ DEC] <strong>SPX2000</strong>— 23


<strong>SPX2000</strong> <strong>SPX2000</strong> USER BULK OUT (ALL) 1 <strong>SPX2000</strong> 2 [STORE] BFactory Preset?PUSH INC3 [▲ INC] G <strong>SPX2000</strong> [▲ INC] 24 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


PRESET 1 REV-X LARGE HALL2 REV-X MED HALL3 REV-X SMALL HALL4 REV-X TINY HALL5 REV-X WARM HALL6 REV-X BRITE HALL7 REV-X HUGE HALLREV-X 278 AMBIENCE 319 STEREO HALL 3010 VOCAL CHAMBER11 BRIGHT HALL12 BREATHY REVERB 3113 CONCERT HALL14 REVERB FLANGE 6915 REVERB STAGE 3116 REV-X VOCAL PLT17 REV-X BRIGHT PLTREV-X 2718 REV-X SNARE PLT19 VOCAL PLATE20 ECHO ROOM 121 ECHO ROOM 222 PRESENCE REVERB23 ARENA 3124 THIN PLATE 3025 OLD PLATE 3126 DARK PLATE27 REV-X CHAMBER28 REV-X WOOD ROOM29 REV-X WARM ROOM30 REV-X LARGE ROOM31 REV-X MED ROOM32 REV-X SMALL ROOM33 REV-X SLAP ROOMREV-X 2734 FAT REFLECTIONS 35 BIG SNARE 3536 BAMBOO ROOM 3137 REFLECTIONS 3538 STONE ROOM 3139 CONCRETE ROOM40 REVERSE PURPLE41 FULL METAL GATE3542 REVERSE GATE 43 DRUM MACH. AMB S 3044 DRUM MACH. AMB L 3145 ELECT.SNR PLATE 3546 MONO DELAY47 120 BPM MONO DDL 3848 120 BPM X-DDL 4449 STEREO DELAY 4050 DELAY L,C,R L,C,R 4351 KARAOKE ECHO 4452 GOOD OL P.CHANGE53 VOCAL SHIFT54 STEREO PITCH55 PITCH SLAP 6256 HALO COMB57 GRUMPY FLUTTER58 ROGER ON THE 12 6159 BOTTOM WHACKER60 VOICE DOUBLER 62HALLPLATEROOMGATE REVERBSDRUM MACHINE REVERBSDELAYSPITCH EFFECTS<strong>SPX2000</strong>— 25


61 SYMPHONIC 5262 REV+SYMPHONIC 7163 DETUNE CHORUS 5164 CHORUS & REVERB 6865 BASS CHORUS 6266 STEREO PHASING 4167 CLASSY GLASSY 5168 SILKY SWEEP 4169 UP DOWN FLANGE 47MODULATION70 TREMOLO 5371 ROTARY SPEAKER 8572 AUTO PAN 5573 PHASER 4974 RING MODULATION 5775 MOD FILTER 5676 DYNA FLANGE 5977 DYNA PHASER 6078 DYNA FILTER 5879 M. BAND DYNA 8380 MULTI FILTER 82FILTER81 FILTERED VOICE 8382 DISTORTION 8683 AMP SIMULATOR 87DISTORTION84 DIST->FLANGE6685 DIST->DELAY86 REV->CHORUS 6887 REV+FLANGE 6988 REV->SYMPHONIC 7189 REV->PAN 7290 DELAY+ER 191 DELAY+ER 2MULTIPLE7392 DELAY->ER 193 DELAY->ER 294 DELAY+REV95 DELAY->REV7596 RESO DRONE97 FREEZE 77 SAMPLINGCLASSIC 1 REV 1 HALL2 REV 2 ROOM3 REV 3 VOCAL4 REV 4 PLATE 295 EARLY REF 1 376 EARLY REF 27 DELAY L,R L,R468 STEREO ECHO 9 STEREO FLANGE A 5010 STEREO FLANGE B 5413 STEREO PHASING 5014 TREMOLO 5415 SYMPHONIC 543718 REVERB & GATE 3319 PITCH CHANGE A A D 6420 PITCH CHANGE B B 6521 PITCH CHANGE C C 6522 PITCH CHANGE D A D 6423 FREEZE A A 7824 FREEZE B B 7925 PAN 561116CHORUS AGATE REVERB 1217CHORUS BREVERSE GATE 26 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


2 <strong>SPX2000</strong> 2 <strong>SPX2000</strong> / REV-X PRESET 2IN/2OUT 27 CLASSIC 1IN/2OUT292IN/2OUT30PRESET311IN/2OUT CLASSIC 33REV-X PRESET REV TIME, HI.RATIO, LO.RATIO, INI.DLY, DIFF., LO.FREQ., DECAY ROOMSIZE / HPF, LPF OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ REV TIME 0.10 46.92s HI.RATIO 0.1 1.0 REV TIME 1.0REV TIME LO.RATIO 0.1 1.4 HI.RATIO LO.RATIO INI.DLY 0.0 125.0 ms DIFF. 0 10 / ROOMSIZE 0 28 1 REV TIME <strong>SPX2000</strong>— 27


CLASSIC SPX REV TIME. HI.RATIO, DELAY / HPF, LPF OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ REV TIME 0.3 99.0 s 1kHz 60dB HI.RATIO 0.1 1.0 REV TIME 0.1 REV TIME 1/10 1.0 REV TIME HI.RATIO DELAY 0.0 500.0 ms HPFLPFTHRU, 32 Hz 1.0 kHz1.0 11 kHz, THRUOUT LVL 0 100%MIX BAL. 0 100% Thru Thru 0 0% 100 CLASSIC REV TIME HI.RATIO DELAY HPF LPF OUT LVL MIX BAL.1 REV 1 HALL 2.6 s 0.2 0.0 ms 50 Hz 7.0 kHz 90% 100%2 REV 2 ROOM 1.5 s 0.2 4.0 ms 90 Hz 8.0 kHz 90% 100%3 REV 3 VOCAL 2.5 s 0.2 25.0 ms 90 Hz 8.0 kHz 100% 100%4 REV 4 PLATE 1.8 s 0.2 10.0 ms 56 Hz 8.0 kHz 90% 100%<strong>SPX2000</strong>— 29


PRESET 2 INI.DLY REV TIME, HI.RATIO, LO.RATIO, DIFF., DENSITY REV TYPE, E/R BAL / HPF, LPF OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ Hall, Room, Stage, Plate REV TIME 0.3 99.0 s 1kHz 60dB HI.RATIO 0.1 1.0 REV TIME 0.1 REV TIMELO.RATIO 0.1 2.4 1/10 1.0 REV TIME HI.RATIO LO.RATIO INI.DLY 0.0 100.0 ms DIFF. 0 10 0 100% ■ MIX BAL. 0 100% 0% 100OUT LVL 0 100% 0E/R BAL. 0 100% 100 0HPF ThruThru, 21.2 Hz 8.00 kHz LPF Thru50.0 Hz 16.0 kHz, Thru PRESET ■ REV TIME HI.RATIO LO.RATIO INI.DLY DIFF. DENSITY9 STEREO HALL Stage 2.2 s 0.3 1.1 15.5 ms 3 80%10 VOCAL CHAMBER Stage 1.9 s 0.3 1.1 49.8 ms 3 94%24 THIN PLATE Room 1.8 s 0.5 1.0 44.5 ms 3 96%43 DRUM MACH. AMB S Room 1.2 s 0.3 0.8 9.1 ms 1 80%■ MIX BAL. OUT LVL E/R BAL. HPF LPF9 STEREO HALL 100% 100% 45% Thru 9.50 kHz10 VOCAL CHAMBER 100% 85% 30% Thru 7.50 kHz24 THIN PLATE 100% 100% 54% 50.0 Hz 10.6 kHz43 DRUM MACH. AMB S 100% 100% 70% Thru 8.00 kHz30 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


PRESET INI.DLY REV TIME, HI.RATIO, LO.RATIO, DIFF., DENSITY, E/R DLY GATE LVL, ATTACK, HOLD, DECAY E/R BAL. / HPF, LPF OUT LVL, MIX BAL.■ REV TIME 0.3 99.0 s 1kHz 60dB HI.RATIO 0.1 1.0 REV TIME 0.1REV TIME LO.RATIO 0.1 2.41/10 1.0REV TIME HI.RATIO LO.RATIO INI.DLY 0.0 500.0 ms DIFF. 0 10 DENSITY 0 100% ■ MIX BAL. 0 100% 0% 100OUT LVL 0 100% 0E/R DLY 0.0 100.0 ms INI.DLY + E/R DLYE/R BAL. 0 100%HPFLPFGATE LVLATTACKHOLD *aDECAY *a*a.Thru, 21.2 Hz 8.00 kHz50.0 Hz 16.0 kHz, ThruOFF, –60 0 dB0 120 ms44.1 kHz: 0.02 ms 2.13 s48 kHz: 0.02 ms 1.96 s88.2 kHz: 0.01 ms 1.06 s96 kHz: 0.01 981 ms44.1 kHz:6 ms 46.0 s48 kHz: 5 ms 42.3 s88.2 kHz:3 ms 23.0 s96 kHz 3 ms 21.1 s <strong>SPX2000</strong> 100 0 Thru Thru 0 ms GATE LVL GATE LVL <strong>SPX2000</strong>— 31


PRESET ■ REV TIME HI.RATIO LO.RATIO INI.DLY DIFF. DENSITY8 AMBIENCE 2.8 s 0.2 1.2 30.0 ms 5 100%11 BRIGHT HALL 2.6 s 0.9 1.1 42.0 ms 4 98%12 BREATHY REVERB 2.9 s 1.0 0.9 52.0 ms 10 100%13 CONCERT HALL 3.4 s 0.2 1.2 112.0 ms 10 100%15 REVERB STAGE 1.8 s 0.7 1.0 16.0 ms 8 90%19 VOCAL PLATE 2.4 s 0.3 1.2 35.0 ms 10 100%20 ECHO ROOM 1 2.2 s 0.2 1.0 25.0 ms 7 90%21 ECHO ROOM 2 1.0 s 0.2 1.0 0.0 ms 7 90%22 PRESENCE REVERB 1.4 s 1.0 0.9 35.0 ms 10 100%23 ARENA 1.8 s 0.2 1.0 10.0 ms 8 87%25 OLD PLATE 1.8 s 0.3 1.0 26.0 ms 7 94%26 DARK PLATE 2.2 s 0.1 1.0 28.8 ms 5 94%36 BAMBOO ROOM 1.0 s 0.1 1.3 0.1 ms 10 96%38 STONE ROOM 0.5 s 0.5 1.3 0.0 ms 0 92%44 DRUM MACH. AMB L 1.0 s 0.4 1.4 13.8 ms 5 88%■ MIX BAL. OUT LVL E/R DLY E/R BAL. HPF LPF8 AMBIENCE 100% 75% 25.0 ms 50% Thru 10.0 kHz11 BRIGHT HALL 100% 70% 0.1 ms 44% Thru 10.0 kHz12 BREATHY REVERB 100% 70% 0.1 ms 29% 50.0 Hz Thru13 CONCERT HALL 100% 80% 4.0 ms 32% Thru Thru15 REVERB STAGE 100% 70% 8.0 ms 20% 80.0 Hz 7.10 kHz19 VOCAL PLATE 100% 90% 22.1 ms 46% 80.0 Hz 10.6 kHz20 ECHO ROOM 1 100% 90% 20.2 ms 40% Thru 7.10 kHz21 ECHO ROOM 2 100% 90% 20.2 ms 40% Thru 6.70 kHz22 PRESENCE REVERB 100% 90% 12.0 ms 40% Thru 14.0 kHz23 ARENA 100% 90% 0.0 ms 40% Thru 9.50 kHz25 OLD PLATE 100% 80% 17.0 ms 44% Thru 7.10 kHz26 DARK PLATE 100% 90% 6.4 ms 62% Thru 5.60 kHz36 BAMBOO ROOM 100% 100% 4.6 ms 45% Thru 4.25 kHz38 STONE ROOM 100% 85% 0.0 ms 0% Thru 3.75 kHz44 DRUM MACH. AMB L 100% 100% 9.5 ms 40% Thru 8.00 kHz GATE LVL ATTACK HOLD *a DECAY *a8 AMBIENCE OFF 10 ms 725 ms 83 ms11 BRIGHT HALL OFF 0 ms 85.3 ms 3 ms12 BREATHY REVERB OFF 5 ms 3.68 ms 3 ms13 CONCERT HALL OFF 0 ms 82.6 ms 6 ms15 REVERB STAGE OFF 0 ms 18.6 ms 3 ms19 VOCAL PLATE OFF 0 ms 69.3 ms 3 ms20 ECHO ROOM 1 OFF 48 ms 106 ms 3 ms21 ECHO ROOM 2 OFF 48 ms 106 ms 3 ms22 PRESENCE REVERB OFF 10 ms 1.93 ms 3 ms23 ARENA OFF 10 ms 101 ms 3 ms25 OLD PLATE OFF 1 ms 66.6 ms 3 ms26 DARK PLATE OFF 0 ms 37.3 ms 8 ms36 BAMBOO ROOM OFF 0 ms 69.3 ms 3 ms38 STONE ROOM OFF 2 ms 53.3 ms 3 ms44 DRUM MACH. AMB L OFF 18 ms 181 ms 3 ms*a. <strong>SPX2000</strong> fs = 96 kHz 32 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


CLASSIC REV TIME, HI.RATIO, DELAY TRG LVL, HOLD, RELEASE, MIDI TRG / HPF, LPF OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ REV TIME 0.3 99.0 s 1kHz 60dB HI.RATIO 0.1 1.0 REV TIME 0.1 REV TIME 1/10 1.0 REV TIME HI.RATIO DELAY 0.0 500.0 ms HPFTHRU, 32 Hz 1.0 kHz Thru LPF Thru1.0 11 kHz, THRU TRG. LVL 1 61 HOLD *aRELEASE *aMIDI TRG*a.44.1 kHz: 0.02 ms 2.13 s48 kHz: 0.02 ms 1.96 s88.2 kHz: 0.01 ms 1.06 s96 kHz: 0.01 981 ms44.1 kHz 6 32000 ms48 kHz 6 29400 ms88.2 kHz 3 16000 ms96 kHz:3 14700 msON, OFFOUT LVL 0 100%MIX BAL. 0 100% <strong>SPX2000</strong> TRG. LVL MIDI ON C1 ON MIDI MIDI MIDI 88 MIDI 0 0% 100 CLASSIC REV TIME HI.RATIO DECAY HPF LPF TRG.LVL HOLD *a RELEASE *a MIDI TRG2.0 s 0.2 10.0 ms THRU 11 kHz 37 149 ms 6 ms OFF18 REVERB & GATE OUT LVL MIX BAL.100% 100%*a. <strong>SPX2000</strong> fs = 96 kHz <strong>SPX2000</strong>— 33


<strong>SPX2000</strong> Reverb PRESET Reverb & Gate CLASSIC • <strong>SPX2000</strong> GATE LVL, TRG.LVL• / <strong>SPX2000</strong> ATTACK DECAY, RELEASE• <strong>SPX2000</strong> HOLD 34 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


PRESET1IN/2OUT CLASSIC PRESET PRESET TYPE, ROOMSIZE, LIVENESS, INI.DLY, DIFF.,DENSITY, ER NUM, FB.GAIN, HI.RATIO / HPF, LPF OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ TYPE *a ROOMSIZE 0.1 20.0 LIVENESS 0 10 INI.DLY 0.0 500.0 ms DIFF. 0 10 0 100% *a. S-Hall, L-Hall, Random, Revers, Plate Spring A B ER■ MIX BAL. 0 100% 0% 100OUT LVL 0 100% 0ER NUM. 1 19 HPFLPFThru, 21.2 Hz 8.00 kHz50.0 Hz 16.0 kHz, ThruFB.GAIN –99% +99%HI.RATIO 0.1 1.0 Thru Thru 50 50% 25% 12.5% FB.GAIN 0.1 FB.GAIN 1/10 1.0 FB.GAIN <strong>SPX2000</strong>— 35


PRESET ■ TYPE ROOMSIZE LIVENESS INI.DLY DIFF. DENSITY34 FAT REFLECTIONS S-Hall 5.1 10 10.6 ms 10 100%35 BIG SNARE A 1.2 10 10.0 ms 9 80%37 REFLECTIONS L-Hall 1.0 4 11.8 ms 10 0%39 CONCRETE ROOM A 0.4 4 5.0 ms 5 80%40 REVERSE PURPLE A 1.3 8 62.5 ms 10 100%41 FULL METAL GATE A 0.6 2 33.7 ms 7 88%42 REVERSE GATE A 0.2 6 10.0 ms 10 100%45 ELECT.SNR PLATE A 0.6 9 8.7 ms 10 88%■ MIX BAL. OUT LVL ER NUM. HPF LPF FB.GAIN HI.RATIO34 FAT REFLECTIONS 100% 60% 19 Thru 10.0 kHz 0% 0.635 BIG SNARE 100% 65% 19 Thru 9.50 kHz 0% 0.837 REFLECTIONS 100% 80% 10 40.0 Hz Thru 0% 1.039 CONCRETE ROOM 100% 80% 19 Thru 7.50 kHz 0% 0.640 REVERSE PURPLE 100% 80% 18 100 Hz Thru +26% 1.041 FULL METAL GATE 100% 100% 19 30.0 Hz 2.80 kHz +26% 0.142 REVERSE GATE 100% 100% 19 Thru 8.50 kHz 0% 0.745 ELECT.SNR PLATE 100% 70% 19 Thru 3.35 kHz 0% 1.036 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


CLASSIC SPX PRESET TYPE, ROOMSIZE, LIVENESS, DELAY / LPF OUT LVL, MIX BAL.■ TYPEHALL, RANDOM,REVERS, PLATE ROOMSIZE 0.1 20.0 LIVENESS 0 10 DECAY 0.0 500.0 ms LPF1.0 11 kHz, THRUOUT LVL 0 100%MIX BAL. 0 100% Thru 0 0% 100 CLASSIC TYPE ROOMSIZE LIVENESS DECAY LPF OUT LVL MIX BAL.5 EARLY REF 1 HALL 1.1 3 3.5 ms 9.0 kHz 75% 100%6 EARLY REF 2 HALL 1.6 6 3.5 ms 8.0 kHz 75% 100%16 GATE REVERB HALL 0.8 6 15.0 ms 3.2 kHz 80% 100%17 REVERSE GATE HALL 2.3 7 0.0 ms 5.6 kHz 80% 100%ER<strong>SPX2000</strong>— 37


OK / 1IN/2OUT 138 2IN/2OUT 2 (L, R) 40PRESET1 411IN/2OUT L,C,R 3 (L, C, R)4344 L,R2IN/2OUT 2 (L, R)CLASSIC 46 PRESET ± DELAY, FB.GAIN, HI.RATIO SYNC, NOTE, TEMPO / HPF, LPF OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ DECAY 0.0 2730.0 ms FB.GAIN –99% +99%HI.RATIO 0.1 1.0 +50 50% 25% 12.5% FB.GAIN 0.1 FB.GAIN 1/10 1.0 FB.GAIN 38 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


■ MIX BAL. 0 100% 0% 100OUT LVL 0 100% 0HPF ThruThru, 21.2 Hz 8.00 kHz LPF Thru50.0 Hz 16.0 kHz, Thru SYNCON, OFF / ON TEMPO SOURCE 23 NOTE *aNOTE SYNC ON DELAY TEMPO SYNC OFFTEMPO 25 300 SYNC ON DELAY NOTE SYNC OFF*a. PRESET ■ DECAY FB.GAIN HI.RATIO46 MONO DELAY 375.0 ms +42% 0.647 120 BPM MONO DDL 250.0 ms +32% 0.6■ MIX BAL. OUT LVL HPF LPF SYNC NOTE TEMPO46 MONO DELAY 100% 70% Thru 12.5 kHz OFF 47 120 BPM MONO DDL 100% 85% Thru 12.5 kHz OFF <strong>SPX2000</strong>— 39


PRESET 2 DELAY L, DELAY R, FB.G L, FB.G R, HI.RATIO SYNC, NOTE L, NOTE R, TEMPO / HPF, LPF OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ DELAY LDELAY R0.0 1350.0 ms DELAY L DELAY R FB.G LFB.G R■–99% +99%HI.RATIO 0.1 1.0 50 50% 25% 12.5% FB.G L FB.G R FB.G 0.1 FB.G L 1/10 FB.G R 1/10 1.0 FB.G L FB.G R MIX BAL. 0 100% 0% 100OUT LVL 0 100% 0HPFLPFSYNCNOTE LNOTE RThru, 21.2 Hz 8.00 kHz50.0 Hz 16.0 kHz, ThruON, OFFTEMPO 25 300*a.*a Thru Thru / ON TEMPO SOURCE 23 NOTE L NOTE R SYNC ON DELAY L NOTE L TEMPO DELAYR NOTE R TEMPO SYNC OFF SYNC ON DELAY NOTE SYNC OFF40 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


PRESET ■ DELAY L DELAY R FB.G L FB.G R HI.RATIO49 250.0 ms 375.0 ms +44% +28% 0.6■ MIX BAL. OUT LVL HPF LPF SYNC NOTE L NOTE R TEMPO49 100% 90% Thru 12.5 kHz OFF PRESET DELAY, FB.GAIN, HI.RATIO FREQ., DEPTH, WAVE SYNC, DLY.NOTE, MOD.NOTE, TEMPO / HPF, LPF OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ DECAY 0.0 2725.0 ms FB.GAIN –99% +99% 50 50% 25% 12.5% HI.RATIO 0.1 1.0 FB.GAIN 0.1FB.GAIN 1/10 1.0 FB.GAIN FREQ. 0.05 40.00 Hz DEPTH 0 100% WAVE Sine, Tri Sine Tri<strong>SPX2000</strong>— 41


■ MIX BAL. 0 100% 0% 100OUT LVL 0 100% 0HPF ThruThru, 21.2 Hz 8.00 kHz LPF Thru50.0 Hz 16.0 kHz, Thru SYNCON, OFF / ON TEMPO SOURCE 23 DLY.NOTE MOD.NOTE *aDLY.NOTE SYNC ON DELAY TEMPO SYNC OFF*bMOD.NOTE SYNC ON FREQ TEMPO SYNC OFFTEMPO 25 300 SYNC ON DELAY DLY.NOTE TEMPO FREQ MOD.NOTE TEMPO SYNC OFF*a.*b. PRESET ■ DECAY FB.GAIN HI.RATIO FREQ. DEPTH WAVE66 STEREO PHASING 2.0 ms +38% 0.9 0.90 Hz 46% Sine68 SILKY SWEEP 0.2 ms –40% 1.0 0.30 Hz 80% Sine■ MIX BAL. OUT LVL HPF LPF SYNC DLY.NOTE MOD.NOTE TEMPO66 STEREO PHASING 100% 100% 45.0 Hz 9.00 kHz OFF 68 SILKY SWEEP 100% 100% 125 Hz Thru OFF 42 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


L,C,R PRESET DELAY L, DELAY C, DELAY R, FB.DLY, FB.GAIN, HI.RATIO / HPF, LPF SYNC, NOTE L, NOTE C, NOTE R, NOTE FB, TEMPO LEVEL L, LEVEL C, LEVEL R, MIX BAL■ DELAY LDELAY CDELAY R0.0 2730.0 ms DELAY L DELAY C DELAY R FB.DLY0.0 2730.0 msLEVEL LLEVEL C–100% +100%LEVEL RFB.GAIN –99% +99%HI.RATIO 0.1 1.0 DELAY L/DELAY C/DELAY R DELAY+FB.DLY LEVEL L LEVEL C LEVEL R +50 50% 25% 12.5% FB.GAIN 0.1FB.GAIN 1/10 1.0 FB.GAIN ■ MIX BAL. 0 100% 0% 100HPF ThruThru, 21.2 Hz 8.00 kHz LPF Thru50.0 Hz 16.0 kHz, Thru SYNC ON, OFF / ON TEMPO SOURCE 23 NOTE NOTE LNOTE C*a SYNC ON DELAY NOTE TEMPO NOTE R SYNC OFFNOTE FBTEMPO 25 300 SYNC ON DELAY NOTE SYNC OFF*a.<strong>SPX2000</strong>— 43


Delay L,C,R PRESET ■ DELAY L DELAY C DELAY R FB.DLY LEVEL L LEVEL C LEVEL R FB.GAIN HI.RATIO50 DELAY L,C,R 142.8 ms 428.5 ms 285.7 ms 142.8 ms +70% +70% +70% 0% 1.0■ MIX BAL. HPF LPF SYNC NOTE L NOTE C NOTE R NOTE FB TEMPO50 DELAY L,C,R 100% Thru Thru OFF PRESET 2 40 / DELAY L, DELAY R, FB.DLYL, FB.DLYR, FB.G L, FB.G R, L → R FBG, R → L FBG, HI.RATIO SYNC, NOTE L, NOTE R, NOTE.FBL, NOTE.FBR, TEMPO / HPF, LPF OUT LVL, MIX BAL.■ DELAY LDELAY R0.0 1350.0 ms DELAY L DELAY R FB.DLYLFB.DLYRFB.G LFB.G R0.0 1350.0 ms–99% +99% FB.DLYL FB.DLYR DELAY L DELAY R DELAYL+FB.DLYL DELAY R+FB.DLYR 50 50% 25% 12.5% FB.G L FB.G R L->R FBG –99% +99% R->L FBG –99% +99% HI.RATIO 0.1 1.0 FB.G 0.1 FB.G L 1/10 FB.G R 1/10 1.0FB.G L/FB.G R FB.G L FB.G R L->R FBG R->L FBG 44 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


■ MIX BAL. 0 100% 0% 100OUT LVL 0 100% 0HPF ThruThru, 21.2 Hz 8.00 kHz LPF Thru50.0 Hz 16.0 kHz, Thru SYNCON, OFF / ON TEMPO SOURCE 23 NOTE NOTE LNOTE RNOTE FBLNOTE FBRTEMPO 25 300*a.*a SYNC ON DELAY L NOTE L TEMPO DELAYR NOTE R TEMPO SYNC OFF*a SYNC ON FB.DLY TEMPO SYNC OFF NOTE FBL FB.DLY L NOTE FBR FB.DLY R SYNC ON DELAY NOTE SYNC OFF PRESET ■ DELAY L DELAY R FB.DLYL FB.DLYR FB.G L FB.G R L->R FBG R->L FBG HI.RATIO48 120 BPM X-DDL 500.0 ms 1000.0 ms 500.0 ms 1000.0 ms 0% +30% 0% +75% 1.051 KARAOKE ECHO 200.0 ms 200.0 ms 200.0 ms 200.0 ms +66% +66% 0% 0% 0.1■ MIX BAL. OUT LVL HPF LPF48 120 BPM X-DDL 100% 90% Thru Thru51 KARAOKE ECHO 100% 100% 180 Hz 2.50 kHz SYNC NOTE L NOTE RNOTEFBLNOTEFBRTEMPO48 120 BPM X-DDL OFF 51 KARAOKE ECHO OFF <strong>SPX2000</strong>— 45


L,R CLASSIC SPX L,R PRESET PRESET PRESET Lch DLY, Rch DLY, FB.G L, FB.G R, HI.RATIO OUT LVL, MIX BAL.■ Lch DLYRch DLY0.0 1350.0 ms Lch DLY Rch DLY FB.G LFB.G R–99% +99%HI.RATIO 0.1 1.0OUT LVL 0 100%MIX BAL. 0 100% +50 50% 25% 12.5% FB.G L FB.G R FB.G 0.1 FB.G L 1/10 FB.G R 1/10 1.0 FB.GL/FB.G R 0 0% 100 L,R FB.G L FB.G R L,R CLASSIC ■ Lch DLY FB.G L Rch DLY FB.G R HI.RATIO OUT LVL MIX BAL.7 DELAY L,R 100.0 ms 0% 200.0 ms 0% 1.0 90% 100%8 STEREO ECHO 170.0 ms +60% 178.0 ms +58% 0.9 90% 100%46 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


<strong>SPX2000</strong> MIDI / 47PRESET 49 / CLASSIC 5051 PRESET5253CLASSIC54CLASSIC 2IN/2OUT 54PRESET55 CLASSIC 5656 57PRESET58 59MIDI 60 PRESET FREQ., DEPTH, WAVE MOD.DLY, FB.GAIN SYNC, NOTE, TEMPO / LSH G, LSH F, EQ G, EQ F, EQ Q, HSH G, HSH F OUT LVL, MIX BAL.■ FREQ. 0.05 40.00 Hz DEPTH 0 100% MOD.DLY0.0 500.0 msFB.GAIN –99% +99%WAVESine, Tri FREQ. DEPTH Sine Tri<strong>SPX2000</strong>— 47


■ MIX BAL. 0 100% 0 100OUT LVL 0 100% 0LSH G + –12.0 +12.0 dBLSH F 21.2 Hz 8.00 kHz LSH G EQ G EQ F +–12.0 +12.0 dBEQ F 100 Hz 8.00 kHz EQ G EQ Q 10.0 0.10 Q HSH G +–12.0 +12.0 dBHSH F 50.0 Hz 16.0 kHz HSH G SYNCNOTEON, OFFTEMPO 25 300*a.*a / ON TEMPO SOURCE 23 NOTE SYNC ON FREQ TEMPO SYNC OFF SYNC ON FREQ NOTE SYNC OFF PRESET ■ FREQ. DEPTH■MOD.DLYFG.GAINWAVE69 UP DOWN FLANGE 1.00 Hz 75% 0.9 ms +60% Sine MIX BAL. OUT LVL LSH G LSH F EQ G EQ F EQ Q HSH G HSH F69 UP DOWN FLANGE100% 100% –0.5 dB 140 Hz +12.0 dB 4.50 kHz 3.5 0.0 dB 8.00 kHzSYNC NOTE TEMPOOFF48 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


PRESET FREQ., DEPTH, PHASE FB.GAIN, OFFSET, STAGE SYNC, NOTE, TEMPO / LSH G, LSH F, HSH G, HSH F OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ FREQ. 0.05 40.00 Hz DEPTH 0 100% FB.GAIN –99% +99% OFFSET 0 100 FREQ DEPTH PHASE 0.00 354.38 dg STAGE 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16 ■ MIX BAL. 0 100% 0 100OUT LVL 0 100% 0LSH G + –12.0 +12.0 dBLSH F 21.2 Hz 8.00 kHz LSH G HSH G +–12.0 +12.0 dBHSH F 50.0 Hz 16.0 kHz HSH G SYNC ON, OFF / ON TEMPO SOURCE 23 NOTE *aNOTE SYNC ON FREQ TEMPO SYNC OFFTEMPO 25 300*a. SYNC ON FREQ NOTE SYNC OFF PRESET ■ FREQ. DEPTH FB.GAIN OFFSET PHASE STAGE73 PHASER 0.50 Hz 36% +70% 58 0.00 dg 6■ MIX BAL. OUT LVL LSH G LSH F HSH G HSH F SYNC NOTE TEMPO73 PHASER 100% 100% 0.0 dB 125 Hz 0.0 dB 10.0 kHz OFF <strong>SPX2000</strong>— 49


CLASSIC SPX PRESET PRESET PRESET MOD FRQ., DEPTH MOD DLY, FB.GAIN OUT LVL, MIX BAL.■ MOD. FRQ 0.1 40.0 Hz DEPTH 0 100% MOD. DLY0.0 500.0 msF.B.GAIN 0 99%OUT LVL 0 100%MIX BAL. 0 100% MOD.FRQ DEPTH 0 CLASSIC MOD. FRQ DEPTH 0 100MOD.DLYF.B.GAINOUT LVLMIX BAL.9 STEREO FLANGE A 2.5 Hz 50% 1.2 ms 35% 100% 100%10 STEREO FLANGE B 0.5 Hz 89% 1.0 ms 40% 100% 100%13 STEREO PHASING 1.1 Hz 100% 1.1 ms 44% 100% 100%50 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


PRESET 1 3 AM PM FREQ., AM DEPTH, PM DEPTH, WAVE MOD.DLY SYNC, NOTE, TEMPO / LSH G, LSH F, EQ G, EQ F, EQ Q, HSH G, HSH F OUT LVL, MIX BAL.■ FREQ. 0.05 40.00 Hz AM PM AM DEPTH 0 100% AM PM DEPTH 0 100% PM MOD.DLY 0.0 500.0 ms WAVE Sine, Tri Sine Tri■ MIX BAL. 0 100% 0 100OUT LVL 0 100% 0LSH G + –12.0 +12.0 dBLSH F 21.2 Hz 8.00 kHz LSH G EQ G EQ F–12.0 +12.0 dBEQ F 100 Hz 8.00 kHz EQ G EQ Q 10.0 0.10 Q HSH G +–12.0 +12.0 dBHSH F 50.0 Hz 16.0 kHz HSH G SYNC ON, OFF / ON TEMPO SOURCE 23 NOTE NOTE *a SYNC ON FREQ TEMPO SYNC OFFTEMPO 25 300*a. SYNC ON FREQ NOTE SYNC OFF PRESET ■ FREQ.AMDEPTHPMDEPTHMOD.DLYWAVE63 DETUNE CHORUS 0.50 Hz 0% 52% 4.7 ms Sine67 CLASSY GLASSY 2.00 Hz 89% 27% 4.4 ms Sine<strong>SPX2000</strong>— 51


■ MIX BAL. OUT LVL LSH G LSH F EQ G EQ F EQ Q HSH G HSH F63 DETUNE CHORUS 100% 100% –2.0 dB 212 Hz 0.0 dB 1.00 kHz 10.0 –2.5 dB 10.0 kHz67 CLASSY GLASSY 100% 100% 0.0 dB 125 Hz +7.0 dB 4.00 kHz 2.0 +10.0 dB 7.50 kHz SYNC NOTE TEMPO63 DETUNE CHORUS OFF 67 CLASSY GLASSY OFF PRESET FREQ., DEPTH, WAVE MOD.DLY SYNC, NOTE, TEMPO / LSH G, LSH F, EQ G, EQ F, EQ Q, HSH G, HSH F OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ FREQ. 0.05 40.00 Hz DEPTH 0 100% MOD.DLY 0.0 500.0 ms WAVE Sine, Tri Sine Tri■ MIX BAL. 0 100% 0 100OUT LVL 0 100% 0LSH G + –12.0 +12.0 dBLSH F 21.2 Hz 8.00 kHz LSH G EQ G EQ F–12.0 +12.0 dBEQ F 100 Hz 8.00 kHz EQ G EQ Q 10.0 0.10 Q HSH G +–12.0 +12.0 dBHSH F 50.0 Hz 16.0 kHz HSH G SYNC ON, OFF / ON TEMPO SOURCE 23 NOTE *aNOTE SYNC ON FREQ TEMPO SYNC OFFTEMPO 25 300*a. PRESET ■ FREQ. DEPTH MOD.DLY WAVE61 SYMPHONIC 0.50 Hz 75% 7.2 ms Sine SYNC ON FREQ NOTE SYNC OFF52 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


■ MIX BAL. OUT LVL LSH G LSH F EQ G EQ F EQ Q HSH G HSH F100% 100% 0.0 dB 125 Hz 0.0 dB 1.00 kHz 2.8 0.0 dB 10.0 kHz61 SYMPHONICSYNC NOTE TEMPOOFFTremolo PRESET AM FREQ., DEPTH, WAVE SYNC, NOTE, TEMPO / LSH G, LSH F, EQ G, EQ F, EQ Q, HSH G, HSH F OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ FREQ. 0.05 40.00 Hz AM DEPTH 0 100% WAVE Sine, Tri, Square Sine Tri Square■ MIX BAL. 0 100% 0% 100OUT LVL 0 100% 0LSH G + –12.0 +12.0 dBLSH F 21.2 Hz 8.00 kHz LSH G EQ G EQ F +–12.0 +12.0 dBEQ F 100 Hz 8.00 kHz EQ G EQ Q 10.0 0.10 Q HSH G +–12.0 +12.0 dBHSH F 50.0 Hz 16.0 kHz HSH G SYNC ON, OFF / ON TEMPO SOURCE 23 NOTE *aNOTE SYNC ON FREQ TEMPO SYNC OFFTEMPO 25 300*a. SYNC ON FREQ NOTE SYNC OFF PRESET ■ FREQ. DEPTH WAVE70 TREMOLO 6.00 Hz 56% Sine<strong>SPX2000</strong>— 53


■ MIX BAL. OUT LVL LSH G LSH F EQ G EQ F EQ Q HSH G HSH F100% 100% 0.0 dB 125 Hz 0.0 dB 1.00 kHz 10.0 0.0 dB 10.0 kHz70 TREMOLOSYNC NOTE TEMPOOFF CLASSIC SPX PRESET MOD.FREQ., AM DEPTH, PM DEPTH OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ MOD. FRQ 0.1 40.0 Hz AM PMPM DEPTH 0 100% PMAM DEPTH 0 100% AM OUT LVL 0 100%MIX BAL. 0 100% CLASSIC 0 MOD.FRQ PM DEPTH AM DEPTH OUT LVL MIX BAL.11 CHORUS A 0.2 Hz 100% 55% 100% 100%12 CHORUS B 0.3 Hz 96% 10% 100% 100%14 TREMOLO 6.0 Hz 50% 50% 100% 100% 0% 100 CLASSIC SPX PRESET MOD.FREQ., DEPTH OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ MOD. FRQ 0.1 40.0 Hz DEPTH 0 100% OUT LVL 0 100%MIX BAL. 0 100% CLASSIC MOD.FRQ DEPTH OUT LVL MIX BAL.15 SYMPHONIC 0.7 Hz 94% 100% 100% 0 0% 10054 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


PRESET FREQ., DEPTH, WAVE, DIR / LSH G, LSH F, EQ G, EQ F, EQ Q, HSH G, HSH F SYNC, NOTE, TEMPO OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ FREQ. 0.05 40.00 Hz DEPTH 0 100% WAVE Sine, Tri, Square Sine Tri SquareDIR.LR, L-->R, LR L


CLASSIC SPX MOD.FREQ., DIR., DEPTH OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ MOD. FRQ 0.1 40.0 Hz DIR. L-->R, LR 75% 100% 100% 0% 100 PRESET FREQ., DEPTH, PHASE TYPE, OFFSET, RESO SYNC, NOTE, TEMPO OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ FREQ. 0.05 40.00 Hz DEPTH 0 100% PHASE 0.00 354.38 dg TYPE LPF, HPF, BPF LPF HPFBPFOFFSET 0 100 FREQ DEPTH RESO. 0 20 ■ MIX BAL. 0 100% 0% 100OUT LVL 0 100% 0SYNCON, OFF / ON TEMPO SOURCE 23 NOTE *aNOTE SYNC ON FREQ. TEMPO SYNC OFFTEMPO 25 300 SYNC ON FREQ. NOTE SYNC OFF*a.56 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


PRESET ■ FREQ. DEPTH PHASE TYPE OFFSET RESO.75 MOD FILTER 0.25 Hz 60% 180.00 dg BPF 8 5■ MIX BAL. OUT LVL SYNC NOTE TEMPO75 MOD FILTER 100% 100% OFF ó PRESET SOURCE, OSC FRQ, FM FREQ., FM DEPTH SYNC, NOTE FM, TEMPO OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ SOURCEOSC FRQOSC, SELF0.0 5000.0 Hz OSC SELF SOURCE OSCFM FREQ. FM FREQ 0.05 40.00 HzFM DEPTH 0 100% ■ MIX BAL. 0 100% 0% 100OUT LVL 0 100% 0SYNCON, OFF / ON TEMPO SOURCE 23 NOTE FM *aNOTE FM SYNC ON FM FREQ TEMPO SYNC OFFTEMPO 25 300 SYNC ON FM FREQ NOTE FM SYNC OFF*a. PRESET ■ SOURCE OSC FRQ FM FREQ. FM DEPTH74 RING MODULATION OSC 880.0 Hz 1.30 Hz 45%■ MIX BAL. OUT LVL SYNC NOTE FM TEMPO74 RING MODULATION 100% 100% OFF <strong>SPX2000</strong>— 57


PRESET MIDI SOURCE SENSE, TYPE, OFFSET, RESO., DIR., DECAY OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ SOURCE INPUT MIDIINPUT MIDI MIDI MIDISENSE 0 100SOURCE SOURCE TYPE LPF, HPF, BPF LPF HPFBPFOFFSET 0 100 DIR UP DIR DOWN RESO. 0 20 ■ MIX BAL. 0 100% 0% 100OUT LVL 0 100% 0DIR. UP, DOWN SOURCE DECAY *a*a. PRESET ■■44.1 kHz:6 ms 46.0 s48 kHz: 5 ms 42.3 s88.2 kHz:3 ms 23.0 s96 kHz 3 ms 21.1 s <strong>SPX2000</strong> SOURCE SENSE TYPE OFFSET RESO.78 DYNA FILTER INPUT 48 BPF 4 5 MIX BAL. OUT LVL DIR. DECAY *a78 DYNA FILTER 100% 100% UP 35 ms*a. <strong>SPX2000</strong> fs = 96 kHz SOURCE 58 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


PRESET MIDI SOURCE SENSE, OFFSET, FB.GAIN / LSH G, LSH F, EQ G, EQ F, EQ Q, HSH G, HSH F OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ SOURCE INPUT MIDIINPUT MIDI MIDI MIDISENSE 0 100SOURCE SOURCE OFFSET 0 100 FB.GAIN –99% +99% ■ MIX BAL. 0 100% 0% 100OUT LVL 0 100% 0DIR. UP, DOWN SOURCE DECAY *a44.1 kHz:6 ms 46.0 s48 kHz: 5 ms 42.3 s88.2 kHz:3 ms 23.0 s96 kHz 3 ms 21.1 s SOURCE LSH G + –12.0 +12.0 dBLSH F 21.2 Hz 8.00 kHz LSH G EQ G EQ F +–12.0 +12.0 dBEQ F 100 Hz 8.00 kHz EQ G EQ Q 10.0 0.10 Q HSH G +–12.0 +12.0 dBHSH F 50.0 Hz 16.0 kHz HSH G *a. <strong>SPX2000</strong> PRESET ■ SOURCE SENSE OFFSETFB.GAIN76 DYNA FLANGE INPUT 85 48 –78%■ MIX BAL. OUT LVL DIR. *a76 DYNA FLANGELSH G LSH F EQ G EQ F EQ Q100% 100% UP 158 ms 0.0 dB 125 Hz 0.0 dB 1.00 kHz 2.0HSH GHSH F0.0 dB 10.0 kHz*a. <strong>SPX2000</strong> fs = 96 kHz <strong>SPX2000</strong>— 59


PRESET MIDI SOURCE SENSE, OFFSET, FB.GAIN, STAGE, DIR., DECAY / LSH G, LSH F, HSH G, HSH F OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ SOURCE INPUT MIDIINPUT MIDI MIDI MIDISENSE 0 100SOURCE SOURCE OFFSET 0 100 FB.GAIN –99% +99% STAGE 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16 ■ MIX BAL. 0 100% 0% 100OUT LVL 0 100% 0DIR. UP, DOWN SOURCE DECAY *a44.1 kHz:6 ms 46.0 s48 kHz: 5 ms 42.3 s88.2 kHz:3 ms 23.0 s96 kHz 3 ms 21.1 s SOURCE LSH G -12.0-+12.0 dB + LSH F 21.2 Hz 8.00 kHz LSH G HSH G +–12.0 +12.0 dBHSH F 50.0 Hz 16.0 kHz HSH G *a. <strong>SPX2000</strong> PRESET ■ SOURCE SENSE OFFSET FB.GAIN STAGE77 DYNA PHASER INPUT 50 32 +70% 8■ MIX BAL. OUT LVL DIR. DECAY *a LSH G LSH F HSH G HSH F77 DYNA PHASER 100% 100% UP 184 ms 0.0 dB 125 Hz 0.0 dB 10.0 kHz*a. <strong>SPX2000</strong> fs = 96 kHz 60 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


2 / MIDI 1IN/2OUT 161PRESET 2IN/2OUT 2 62 A1IN/2OUT 1 64 DCLASSIC B2652IN/2OUT C 2 L,R 65 PRESET PITCH, FINE, DELAY, FB.GAIN, MODE SYNC, NOTE, TEMPO OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ PITCH –12 +12 FINE –50 +50 1/100 0.0 1000.0 ms FB.GAIN –99% +99% ■ MIX BAL. 0 100% 0% 100OUT LVL 0 100% 0MODE 1 10 SYNCON, OFFNOTE *aTEMPO 25 300*a. / ON TEMPO SOURCE 23 NOTE SYNC ON DELAY TEMPO SYNC OFF SYNC ON DELAY NOTE SYNC OFF<strong>SPX2000</strong>— 61


PRESET ■ PITCH FINE DELAY FB.GAIN58 ROGER ON THE 12 +12 0 0.0 ms 0%■ MIX BAL. OUT LVL MODE SYNC NOTE TEMPO58 ROGER ON THE 12 100% 90% 6 OFF PRESET 2 1 PITCH 1, FINE 1, DELAY 1, FB.G 1, MODE 2 PITCH 2, FINE 2, DELAY 2, FB.G 2, MODE SYNC, NOTE 1, NOTE 2, TEMPO LEVEL 1, LEVEL 2, MIX BAL■ PITCH 1PITCH 2FINE 1FINE 2DELAY 1DELAY 2FB.G 1FB.G 2LEVEL 1LEVEL 2PAN 1PAN 2■–24 +24–50 +50 1/100 0.0 1000.0 ms –99% +99% –100% +100%L63-R63 1 2 LEVEL 1 1 LEVEL 2 2 L63 R63 MIX BAL. 0 100% 0% 100MODE 1 10 SYNCNOTE 1NOTE 2ON, OFFTEMPO 25 300*a.*a / ON TEMPO SOURCE 23 NOTE 1 NOTE 2 SYNC ON DELAY 1 NOTE 1 TEMPO DELAY2 NOTE 2 TEMPO SYNC OFF SYNC ON DELAY 1 NOTE 1 TEMPO DELAY2 NOTE 2 TEMPO SYNC OFF62 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


PRESET ■ PITCH 1 FINE 1 DELAY 1 FB.G 1 LEVEL 1 PAN 152 GOOD OL P.CHANGE 0 +8 10.0 ms 0% +90% R6353 VOCAL SHIFT 0 +12 13.1 ms +18% +90% L3254 STEREO PITCH –4 0 0.0 ms 0% +100% L6355 PITCH SLAP 0 +9 25.0 ms 0% +90% L6356 HALO COMB +12 0 250.0 ms +57% +90% R6357 GRUMPY FLUTTER –12 0 500.0 ms +79% +90% CENTER59 BOTTOM WHACKER –20 +8 25.1 ms +58% +100% CENTER60 VOICE DOUBLER 0 +2 4.0 ms 0% +100% R6365 BASS CHORUS 0 +9 2.0 ms 0% +100% L63 PITCH 2 FINE 2 DELAY 2 FB.G 2 LEVEL 2 PAN 252 GOOD OL P.CHANGE 0 –8 20.0 ms 0% +90% L6353 VOCAL SHIFT 0 –12 27.2 ms +24% +90% R3254 STEREO PITCH –4 0 0.0 ms 0% +100% R6355 PITCH SLAP 0 –9 275.0 ms 0% +90% R6356 HALO COMB +12 0 500.0 ms +35% +90% L6357 GRUMPY FLUTTER 0 –10 125.0 ms +79% +90% CENTER59 BOTTOM WHACKER –20 +8 25.1 ms +58% +100% CENTER60 VOICE DOUBLER 0 –2 7.0 ms 0% +100% L6365 BASS CHORUS 0 –9 0.0 ms 0% +100% R63■ MIX BAL. MODE SYNC NOTE 1 NOTE 2 TEMPO52 GOOD OL P.CHANGE 100% 3 OFF 53 VOCAL SHIFT 100% 3 OFF 54 STEREO PITCH 100% 3 OFF 55 PITCH SLAP 100% 3 OFF 56 HALO COMB 100% 2 OFF 57 GRUMPY FLUTTER 100% 2 OFF 59 BOTTOM WHACKER 100% 2 OFF 60 VOICE DOUBLER 100% 2 OFF 65 BASS CHORUS 100% 3 OFF <strong>SPX2000</strong>— 63


A D CLASSIC SPX PRESET PRESET MIDI MIDI PITCH, FINE, DELAY, F.B.GAINMIDI BASE KEY OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ PITCH –12 +12 FINE –50 +50 1/100 DELAY 0.0 1000.0 ms F.B.GAIN 0% 99% BASE KEY OFF C 1-C 6OUT LVL 0 100%MIX BAL. 0 100% A D CLASSIC ■ MIDI C1 MIDI PITCH C4 C3 note-on PITCH –12 1 C2 D2 PITCH +2 2 OFFMIDI 0 0 100 PITCH FINE DELAY F.B.GAIN BASE KEY OUT LVL MIX BAL.19 PITCH CHANGE A 0 0 0.0 ms 0% C 3 80% 100%22 PITCH CHANGE D 0 0 0.0 ms 0% C 3 80% 100%64 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


B CLASSIC SPX PRESET 2 1 1 PITCH, 1 FINE, 1 DLY 2 2 PITCH, 2 FINE, 2 DLY OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ 1 PITCH 2 PITCH–12 +121 FINE2 FINE–100 +1001 DLY2 DLYOUT LVL 0 100%MIX BAL. 0 100% B CLASSIC 1/100 0.0 1000.0 ms 0 0 100 1 PITCH 1 FINE 1 DLY 2 PITCH 2 FINE 2 DLY OUT LVL MIX BAL.20 PITCH CHANGE B 0 +8 0.1 ms 0 –8 20.0 ms 100% 100% C CLASSIC SPX PRESET 2 L PITCH, L FINE, L DLY R PITCH, R FINE, R DLY OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ L PITCHR PITCH–12 +12L FINER FINE–100 +100L DLYR DLYOUT LVL 0 100%MIX BAL. 0 100% C CLASSIC 1/100 0.0 1000.0 ms 0 0 100 L PITCH L FINE L DLY R PITCH R FINE R DLY OUT LVL MIX BAL.21 PITCH CHANGE C 0 +8 0.1 ms 0 –8 0.1 ms 100% 100%<strong>SPX2000</strong>— 65


2 1 2 1 2 1 2 /66 + 68 + 69 + PRESET 1 IN/2 OUT71 72 + 73 + 75 PRESET PRESET DST TYPE, DRIVE, TONE FREQ., DEPTH DELAY, FB.GAIN, HI.RATIO, DLY.BAL N.GATE SYNC, DLY.NOTE, MOD.NOTE, TEMPO MIX.BAL, MASTER■ DST TYPEDST1, DST2, OVD1, OVD2,CRUNCH DRIVE 0 100 TONE –10 +10 DELAY FREQ DEPTH0.0 2725.0 msFB.GAIN –99% +99% HI.RATIO 0.1 1.0 FB.GAIN 0.1 FB.GAIN 1/10 1.0 FB.GAIN FREQ. 0.05 40.00 Hz DEPTH 0 100% 66 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


■ MIX BAL. 0 100% 0% 100N.GATE 0 20 MASTER 0 100 DLY.BAL 0% 100% 0% SYNCDLY.NOTEMOD.NOTEON, OFFTEMPO 25 300*a.*b.*a*b / ON TEMPO SOURCE 23 DLY.NOTE MOD.NOTE SYNC ON DELAY TEMPO SYNC OFF SYNC ON FREQ. TEMPO SYNC OFF SYNC ON DELAY DLY.NOTE TEMPO FREQ. MOD.NOTE TEMPO SYNC OFF■ DST TYPE DRIVE TONE DELAY FB.GAIN HI.RATIO FREQ. DEPTH84 DIST->FLANGE DST2 80 +9 0.6 ms –78% 0.9 0.35 Hz 40%85 DIST->DELAY OVD1 15 +6 250.0 ms –52% 0.2 2.65 Hz 18%■ MIX BAL. N.GATE MASTER DLY.BAL SYNC DLY.NOTE MOD.NOTE TEMPO84 DIST->FLANGE 100% 1 25 100% OFF 85 DIST->DELAY 100% 1 75 40% OFF <strong>SPX2000</strong>— 67


PRESET PRESET REV TIME, HI.RATIO, INI.DLY, DIFF., DENSITY FREQ., AM DEPTH, PM DEPTH, MOD.DLY, WAVE REV/CHO, REV.BAL / HPF, LPF SYNC, NOTE, TEMPO OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ FREQ. 0.05 40.00 Hz AM PM AM DEPTH 0 100% AM PM DEPTH 0 100% PM MOD.DLY 0.0 500.0 ms WAVESine, Tri Sine TriREV TIME 0.3 99.0 s 1kHz 60dB HI.RATIO 0.1 1.0 REV TIME 0.1 REV TIME 1/10 1.0 REV TIME HI.RATIO INI.DLY 0.0 500.0 ms DIFF. 0 10 DENSITY 0 100% ■ MIX BAL. 0 100% 0% 100OUT LVL 0 100% 0HPF ThruThru, 21.2 Hz 8.00 kHz LPF Thru50.0 Hz 16.0 kHz, Thru REV/CHO 0 100% 0 100REV.BAL 0 100% 0% SYNCON, OFFNOTE *aTEMPO 25 300*a. / ON TEMPO SOURCE 23 NOTE SYNC ON FREQ. TEMPO SYNC OFF SYNC ON FREQ. NOTE SYNC OFF68 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


■ FREQ. AM DEPTH PM DEPTH MOD.DLY WAVE REV TIME HI.RATIO INI.DLY DIFF.64 CHORUS & REVERB 0.65 Hz 30% 58% 5.2 ms Sine 2.4 s 0.1 10.0 ms 986 REV->CHORUS 2.00 Hz 74% 18% 17.0 ms Tri 2.1 s 0.4 17.0 ms 7 DENSITY64 CHORUS & REVERB 100%86 REV->CHORUS 100%■ MIX BAL. OUT LVL HPF LPF REV/CHO REV.BAL SYNC NOTE TEMPO64 CHORUS & REVERB 100% 100% Thru 10.0 kHz 78% OFF 86 REV->CHORUS 100% 100% Thru 8.00 kHz 65% OFF PRESET PRESET REV TIME, HI.RATIO, INI.DLY, DIFF., DENSITY FREQ., DEPTH, MOD.DLY, FB GAIN, WAVE REV/FLG, REV.FLG / HPF, LPF SYNC, NOTE, TEMPO OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ FREQ. 0.05 40.00 Hz DEPTH 0 100% MOD.DLY FREQ. 0.0 500.0 msDEPTH FB.GAIN –99% +99% WAVESine, Tri Sine TriREV TIME 0.3 99.0 s 1kHz 60dB HI.RATIO 0.1 1.0 REV TIME 0.1 REV TIME 1/10 1.0 REV TIME HI.RATIO INI.DLY 0.0 500.0 ms DIFF. 0 10 DENSITY 0 100% <strong>SPX2000</strong>— 69


■ MIX BAL. 0 100% 0% ; 100OUT LVL 0 100% 0HPF ThruThru, 21.2 Hz 8.00 kHz LPF Thru50.0 Hz 16.0 kHz, Thru REV/FLG 0 100% 0 100REV.BAL 0 100% 0% SYNCNOTE*a.ON, OFFTEMPO 25 300*a / ON TEMPO SOURCE 23 NOTE SYNC ON FREQ. TEMPO SYNC OFF SYNC ON FREQ. NOTE SYNC OFF■ FREQ. DEPTH MOD.DLY FB.GAIN WAVE REV TIME HI.RATIO INI.DLY DIFF. DENSITY14 REVERB FLANGE 1.10 Hz 80% 1.2 ms +10% Sine 2.4 s 0.4 0.1 ms 5 95%87 REV+FLANGE 0.25 Hz 88% 0.3 ms –84% Tri 1.9 s 0.7 2.4 ms 10 100%■ MIX BAL. OUT LVL HPF LPF REV/FLG REV.BAL SYNC NOTE TEMPO14 REVERB FLANGE 76% 100% Thru 4.25 kHz 60% OFF 87 REV+FLANGE 100% 100% Thru Thru 67% OFF 70 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


PRESET PRESET REV TIME, HI.RATIO, INI.DLY, DIFF., DENSITY FREQ., DEPTH, MOD.DLY, WAVE REV/SYM, REV.BAL / HPF, LPF SYNC, NOTE, TEMPO OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ FREQ. 0.05 40.00 Hz DEPTH 0 100% . MOD.DLY 0.0 500.0 ms WAVESine, Tri Sine TriREV TIME 0.3 99.0 s . 1kHz 60dB HI.RATIO 0.1 1.0 REV TIME 0.1 REV TIME 1/10 1.0 REV TIME HI.RATIO INI.DLY 0.0 500.0 ms DIFF. 0 10 DENSITY 0 100% ■ MIX BAL. 0 100% 0% 100OUT LVL 0 100% 0HPF ThruThru, 21.2 Hz 8.00 kHz LPF Thru50.0 Hz 16.0 kHz, Thru REV/SYM 0 100% 0 100 sREV.BAL 0 100% 0% SYNCON, OFFNOTE *aTEMPO 25 300*a. / ON TEMPO SOURCE 23 NOTE SYNC ON FREQ. TEMPO SYNC OFF SYNC ON FREQ. NOTE SYNC OFF■ FREQ. DEPTH MOD.DLY WAVE REV TIME HI.RATIO INI.DLY DIFF. DENSITY62 REV+SYMPHONIC 0.95 Hz 63% 3.2 ms Sine 0.6 s 0.9 40.0 ms 10 100%88 REV->SYMPHONIC 2.50 Hz 30% 14.0 ms Sine 1.6 s 1.0 7.0 ms 10 98%<strong>SPX2000</strong>— 71


■ MIX BAL. OUT LVL HPF LPF REV/SYM REV.BAL SYNC NOTE TEMPO62 REV+SYMPHONIC 100% 100% Thru Thru 78% OFF 88 REV->SYMPHONIC 100% 100% Thru Thru 45% OFF PRESET REV TIME, HI.RATIO, INI.DLY, DIFF., DENSITY FREQ., DEPTH, WAVE, DIR REV.BAL / HPF, LPF SYNC, NOTE, TEMPO OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ FREQ. 0.05 40.00 Hz DEPTH 0 100% WAVE Sine, Tri, Square Sine Tri SquareDIR.■LR, L-->R, LR L


■ FREQ. DEPTH WAVE DIR. REV TIME HI.RATIO INI.DLY DIFF. DENSITY89 REV->PAN 1.00 Hz 100% Tri LR 3.8 s 1.0 18.8 ms 10 90%■ MIX BAL. OUT LVL HPF LPF REV.BAL SYNC NOTE TEMPO89 REV->PAN 100% 100% Thru 14.0 kHz 25% OFF PRESET PRESET DELAY L, DELAY R, FB.DLY, FB.GAIN, HI.RATIO TYPE, ROOMSIZE, LIVENESS, INI.DLY, DIFF., DENSITY, ER NUM DLY/ER, DLY.BAL / HPF, LPF SYNC, NOTE L, NOTE R, NOTE FB, TEMPO OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ TYPES-Hall, L-Hall, Random,Revers, Plate, Spring ROOMSIZE 0.1 20.0 LIVENESS 0 10 INI.DLY 0.0 500.0 ms DIFF. 0 10 DENSITY 0 100% DELAY LDELAY RFB.DLY0.0 1000.0 ms DELAY L DELAY R 0.0 1000.0 msFB.GAIN –99% +99%HI.RATIO 0.1 1.0 DELAY L DELAY R DELAY + FB.DLY +50 50% 25% 12.5% FB.GAIN 0.1 FB.GAIN 1/10 1.0 FB.GAIN <strong>SPX2000</strong>— 73


■ MIX BAL. 0 100% 0% 100OUT LVL 0 100% 0ER NUM. 1 19 HPFLPFThru, 21.2 Hz 8.00 kHz50.0 Hz 16.0 kHz, ThruDLY/ER 0 100%DLY.BAL 0 100%SYNCON, OFFNOTE L*aNOTE RNOTE FBTEMPO 25 300*a. Thru Thru 0 100 0 / ON TEMPO SOURCE 23 NOTE SYNC ON DELAY NOTE TEMPO SYNC OFF SYNC ON DELAY NOTE SYNC OFF■ TYPE ROOMSIZE LIVENESS INI.DLY DIFF. DENSITY DELAY L DELAY R FB.DLY90 DELAY+ER 1 S-Hall 10.2 3 10.2 ms 8 64% 250.0 ms 500.0 ms 500.0 ms91 DELAY+ER 2 L-Hall 1.4 3 17.0 ms 10 68% 24.5 ms 15.5 ms 77.6 ms92 DELAY->ER 1 Spring 1.8 3 9.0 ms 8 90% 250.0 ms 375.0 ms 500.0 ms93 DELAY->ER 2 S-Hall 1.8 3 30.4 ms 10 82% 27.3 ms 15.6 ms 12.2 ms FB.GAIN HI.RATIO90 DELAY+ER 1 +24% 0.491 DELAY+ER 2 –50% 0.492 DELAY->ER 1 –45% 0.393 DELAY->ER 2 –42% 0.6■ MIX BAL. OUT LVL ER NUM. HPF LPF DLY/ER DLY.BAL90 DELAY+ER 1 100% 100% 14 80.0 Hz 7.10 kHz 50%91 DELAY+ER 2 100% 100% 16 Thru 12.5 kHz 37%92 DELAY->ER 1 100% 100% 14 132 Hz 4.75 kHz 35%93 DELAY->ER 2 100% 100% 19 Thru 11.2 kHz 30% SYNC NOTE L NOTE R NOTE FB TEMPO90 DELAY+ER 1 OFF 91 DELAY+ER 2 OFF 92 DELAY->ER 1 OFF 93 DELAY->ER 2 OFF 74 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


PRESET PRESET DELAY L, DELAY R, FB.DLY, FB.GAIN, DELAY HI REV TIME, REV HI, INI.DLY, DIFF., DENSITY DLY/REV, DLY.BAL / HPF, LPF SYNC, NOTE L, NOTE R, NOTE FB, TEMPO OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ REV TIME 0.3 99.0 s 1kHz 60dB REV HI 0.1 1.0 REV TIME 0.1 REV TIME 1/10 1.0 REV TIME REVHI INI.DLY 0.0 500.0 ms DIFF. 0 10 DENSITY 0 100% DELAY LDELAY R0.0 1000.0 ms DELAY L DELAY R FB.DLY0.0 1000.0 msFB.GAIN –99% +99%DELAY HI 0.1 1.0 DELAY L DELAY R DELAY + FB.DLY 50 50% 25% 12.5% FB.GAIN 0.1 FB.GAIN 1/10 1.0 FB.GAIN ■ MIX BAL. 0 100% 0% 100OUT LVL 0 100% 0HPF ThruThru, 21.2 Hz 8.00 kHz LPF Thru50.0 Hz 16.0 kHz, Thru DLY/REV 0 100% 0 100DLY.BAL 0 100% 0% SYNCON, OFFNOTE L*aNOTE RNOTE FBTEMPO 25 300*a. / ON TEMPO SOURCE 23 NOTE SYNC ON DELAY NOTE TEMPO SYNC OFF SYNC ON DELAY NOTE SYNC OFF<strong>SPX2000</strong>— 75


■ REV TIME REV HI INI.DLY DIFF. DENSITY DELAY L DELAY R FB.DLY FB.GAIN DELAY HI94 DELAY+REV 3.8 s 0.7 75.2 ms 6 100% 493.0 ms 507.0 ms 500.0 ms –40% 0.295 DELAY->REV 1.2 s 0.4 25.0 ms 10 100% 500.0 ms 250.0 ms 500.0 ms –40% 0.496 RESO DRONE 55.0 s 1.0 0.0 ms 7 100% 2.0 ms 0.0 ms 0.1 ms –78% 0.7■ MIX BAL. OUT LVL HPF LPF DLY/REV DLY.BAL94 DELAY+REV 100% 100% Thru 3.15 kHz 40%95 DELAY->REV 100% 100% Thru 3.35 kHz 30%96 RESO DRONE 100% 100% Thru Thru 0% SYNC NOTE L NOTE R NOTE FB TEMPO94 DELAY+REV OFF 95 DELAY->REV OFF 96 RESO DRONE OFF 76 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


FreezePRESET77Freeze A1 IN/2 OUT 78CLASSICFreeze B 79 PRESET 2970.5 ms REC MODE, REC DLY, RECORD PLAY, PLY MODE, START, END, LOOP, LOOP NUM PITCH, FINE / MIDI TRG, TRG LVL, TRG MASK OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ REC MODE MANUAL, AUTO MANUAL AUTOREC DLY –1000 +1000 ms RECORD --- REC MODE MANUAL [▼ DEC] G [▲ INC] GPLAY --- [▲ INC]/[▼ DEC] G PLY MODE PLY MODEMOMENT, CONTI., INPUTSTART*aEND *a*a.MOMENT [▲ INC]/[▼ DEC] GCONTI. [▲ INC]/[▼ DEC] G LOOP NUM [▲ INC]/[▼ DEC] INPUT TRG LVL LOOP NUM TRG LVL *aLOOP START-END LOOP-END LOOP NUM 0 100 START END LOOP END PITCH –12 +12MIDI TRGTRG LVLOFF, C 1 C 6, ALL–60 0 dB MIDI <strong>SPX2000</strong> MIDI OFF MIDI ALL C1 / REC MODE AUTO <strong>SPX2000</strong> PLY MODE INPUT 44.1 kHz 88.2 kHz 0.0-2970.5 ms 48 kHz 96 kHz 0.0-2729.2 ms<strong>SPX2000</strong>— 77


■ MIX BAL. 0 100% 0% 100OUT LVL 0 100% 0FINE –50 +50 1/100 TRG MASK 0 1000 ms PRESET ■ REC MODE REC DLY RECORD PLAY PLY MODE START END LOOP LOOP NUMMANUAL –50 ms CONTI. 0.0 ms*a0.0 ms 10097 FREEZEPITCH MIDI TRG TRG LVL0 OFF –14 dB*a. 44.1 kHz 88.2 kHz 2970.5 ms 48 kHz 96 kHz 2729.2 ms■ MIX BAL. OUT LVL FINE TRG MASK97 FREEZE 100% 100% 0 1000 ms A CLASSIC SPX / PRESET REC MODE, TRG DLY, RECORD PLAY, START, END INP TRG OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ REC MODE MANUAL, AUTO MANUAL AUTOTRG. DLY –1000 +1000 ms INP. TRGON, OFF ON –14 dB OFF [▲ INC] [▼ DEC] MIDI RECORD --- REC MODE MANUAL [▼ DEC] G [▲ INC] GPLAY --- INP.TRG OFF [▲ INC] [▼ DEC] GSTART*aEND *aOUT LVL 0 100%MIX BAL. 0 100%*a. 0 0% 100 44.1 kHz 88.2 kHz 0.0–2970.5 ms 48 kHz 96 kHz 0.0–2729.2 ms78 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


A CLASSIC ■ REC MODE TRG. DLY INP. TRG RECORD PLAY START END OUT LVL MIX BAL.23 FREEZE A AUTO –5 ms OFF 0.0 ms *a 100% 100%*a. 44.1 kHz 88.2 kHz 2970.5 ms 48 kHz 96 kHz 2729.2 ms B CLASSIC SPX PRESET REC MODE, TRG DLY, RECORD PLAY PITCH, FINE, BASE KEY OUT LVL, MIX BAL■ REC MODE MANUAL, AUTO MANUAL AUTOTRG. DLY –1000 +1000 ms RECORD --- REC MODE MANUAL [▼ DEC] G [▲ INC] GPLAY --- [▲ INC] [▼ DEC] GPITCH –12 +12FINE –50 +50BASE KEY OFF C 1-C 6OUT LVL 0 100%MIX BAL. 0 100% 1/100 MIDI PITCH BASE KEY C4 C3 PITCH -12 1 C2 D2 PITCH 2 2 OFF MIDI 0 0% 100 B CLASSIC ■ REC MODE TRG. DLY RECORD PLAY PITCH FINE BASE KEY OUT LVL MIX BAL.24 FREEZE B MANUAL –50 ms 0 0 C 3 100% 100%<strong>SPX2000</strong>— 79


• • [UNDO] • [INPUT MODE] • [RECALL] • [COMPARE] • INPUT SOURCE• CLOCK SOURCE <strong>SPX2000</strong> AUTO MANUAL AUTO 1. REC MODE AUTO2. TRG LVL PRESET TRG LVL 3. REC DLY TRG.DLYREC DLY TRG.DLY 0 ms CLASSIC A B –14 dB 4. RECORD [▼ DEC] G REC.READY• • [ ▲ INC] G • <strong>SPX2000</strong>• MANUAL 1. REC MODE MANUAL2. REC DLY TRG.DLYREC DLY TRG.DLY MANUAL 0 ms 3. RECORD [▼ DEC] G REC.READY4. REC. READY [▲ INC] G OK• [ ▼ DEC] • <strong>SPX2000</strong>• 3 [▲ INC] MIDI 1 REC MODE MANUAL2 REC DLY TRG.DLY3 MIDI TRG PRESET 4 RECORD [▼ DEC] G REC.READY5 MIDI PRESET MIDI TRG A CLASSIC B CLASSIC C1 • [ ▼ DEC] • <strong>SPX2000</strong> • 80 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


1. PLAY [ ▲ INC] G [▼ DEC] G• PRESET PLY MODE MOMENT B CLASSIC [▲ INC]/[▼ DEC] • 3 [▲ INC] ■ PRESET 1. PLY MODE INPUT2. TRG LVL3. TRG LVL TRG LVL■ A CLASSIC 1 INP.TRG ON2 –14 dB –14 dB ■ Freeze B CLASSIC 1 BASE KEY OFF2 MIDI C1 • MIDI / 88 MIDI • • / Freeze PRESET Freeze A CLASSIC START/END • Freeze PRESET LOOP LOOP NUM START END LOOP NUM LOOP END • Freeze PRESET Freeze B CLASSIC PITCH FINE Freeze PRESET MIDI Freeze B CLASSIC MIDI ■ PRESET 1 MIDI TRG2 MIDI MIDI TRG 3 PLY MODE MOMENT MIDI ■ Freeze A CLASSIC 1 INP.TRG OFF2 MIDI C1 <strong>SPX2000</strong>— 81


<strong>SPX2000</strong> 3 /822 IN/2 OUT 83PRESET85 1 IN/2 OUT 86 87 PRESET 3 1 TYPE 1, FREQ 1, RESO. 1 2 TYPE 2, FREQ 2, RESO. 2 3 TYPE 3, FREQ 3, RESO. 3 MIX BAL., LEVEL 1, LEVEL 2, LEVEL 3■ TYPE 1TYPE 2TYPE 3LPF, HPF, BPF LPF HPF BPFFREQ.1FREQ.2FREQ.3RESO.1RESO.2RESO.3■ PRESET ■■28.0 Hz 16.0 kHz0 20 LPF HPF BPF TYPE BPF MIX BAL. 0 100% 0% 100LEVEL 1LEVEL 2LEVEL 30 100 LEVEL 1 1 LEVEL 2 2 LEVEL 3 3 TYPE 1 FREQ. 1 RESO. 1 TYPE 2 FREQ. 2 RESO. 2 TYPE 3 FREQ. 3 RESO. 380 MULTI FILTER LPF 160 Hz 9 BPF 630 Hz 8 HPF 1.60 kHz 9 MIX BAL. LEVEL 1 LEVEL 2 LEVEL 380 MULTI FILTER 100% 100 100 6582 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


PRESET 3 3 CMP.THRE, CMP.RAT, CMP.ATK, CMP.REL, CMP.KNEE, CMP.BYP EXP.THRE, EXP.RAT, EXP.REL, EXP.BYP LIM.THRE, LIM.ATK, LIM.REL, LIM.BYP, LIM.KNEE PRESENCE, LOOKUP / LOW GAIN, MID GAIN, HI GAIN, L-M XOVR, M-H XOVR, SLOPE CEILING, MIX BAL., SOLO LOW, SOLO MID, SOLO HI■ LOW GAIN –96.0 +12.0 dB MID GAIN –96.0 +12.0 dB HI. GAIN –96.0 +12.0 dB PRESENCE –10 +10 0 CMP.THRE –24.0 0.0 dB CMP.RAT CMP.RAT 1:1 20:1 CMP.THRE CMP.ATKCMP.REL *a0 120 ms44.1 kHz:6 ms 46.0 s48 kHz: 5 ms 42.3 s88.2 kHz:3 ms 23.0 s96 kHz 3 ms 21.1 s CMP.THRE CMP.THRECEILING –6.0 0.0 dB, OFF OFFEXP.THRE –54.0 24.0 dB EXP.RATIO EXP.RAT 1:1 :1 EXP.THRE 44.1 kHz:6 ms 46.0 sEXP.REL *a48 kHz: 5 ms 42.3 s88.2 kHz:3 ms 23.0 s CMP.THRE 96 kHz 3 ms 21.1 sLIM.THRE –12.0 0.0 dB LIM.ATKLIM.REL *a0 120 ms44.1 kHz:6 ms 46.0 s48 kHz: 5 ms 42.3 s88.2 kHz:3 ms 23.0 s96 kHz 3 ms 21.1 s LIM.THRE LIM.THRE *a. <strong>SPX2000</strong> <strong>SPX2000</strong>— 83


■ MIX BAL. 0 100% 0% 100CMP.KNEE 0 5 0 CMP.THRE 1 CMP.THRE LOOKUP 0.0 ms 0.0 100.0 ms 0.1 ms CMP.BYP ON, OFF ONL-M XOVR 21.2 Hz 8.00 kHz M-H XOVR 21.2 Hz 8.00 kHz SLOPE –6 dB, –12 dB –12 dB –6 dB EXP.BYP ON, OFF ONLIM.BYP ON, OFF ONLIM.KNEE 0 5SOLO LOWSOLO MIDSOLO HION, OFF 0 LIM.THRE 1 LIM.THRE SOLO ON OFF PRESET ■ LOW GAIN MID GAIN HI. GAIN PRESENCE CMP.THRE CMP.RAT CMP.ATK CMP.REL *a CEILING79 M.BAND DYNA +3.0 dB +3.0 dB +3.0 dB 0 –6.0 dB 2:1 20 ms 64 ms 0.0 dB81 FILTERED VOICE –96.0 dB 0.0 dB –96.0 dB 0 –24.0 dB 20:1 0 ms 3 ms OFF EXP.THRE EXP.RAT EXP.REL *a LIM.THRE LIM.ATK LIM.REL *a79 M.BAND DYNA –54.0 dB 1:1 110 ms 0.0 dB 0 ms 14 ms81 FILTERED VOICE –54.0 dB 1:1 110 ms –6.0 dB 0 ms 14 ms*a.■ <strong>SPX2000</strong> fs = 96 kHz MIX BAL. CMP.KNEE LOOKUP CMP.BYP L-M XOVR M-H XOVR SLOPE EXP.BYP79 M.BAND DYNA 100% 3 0.0 ms OFF 180 Hz 2.00 kHz –12 dB OFF81 FILTERED VOICE 100% 5 0.0 ms OFF 900 Hz 950 Hz –12 dB OFF LIM.BYP LIM.KNEE SOLO LOW SOLO MID SOLO HI79 M.BAND DYNA OFF 1 OFF OFF OFF81 FILTERED VOICE OFF 1 OFF OFF OFF84 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


PRESET ROTATE, SPEED, SLOW, FAST, DRIVE, ACCEL MIX BAL., LOW, HIGH■ ROTATE START, STOP / SPEED SLOW, FAST SLOW FASTSLOW 0.05 10.00 Hz SPEED SLOW FAST 0.05 10.00 Hz SPEED FAST DRIVE 0 100 ■ MIX BAL. 0 100% 0% 100ACCEL 0 10 SLOW, FAST LOW 0 100 HIGH 0 100 PRESET ■ ROTATE SPEED SLOW FAST DRIVE71 ROTARY SPEAKER START SLOW 0.35 Hz 3.50 Hz 68■ MIX BAL. ACCEL LOW HIGH71 ROTARY SPEAKER 100% 3 92 92<strong>SPX2000</strong>— 85


PRESET DST TYPE, DRIVE, TONE N.GATE MIX BAL., MASTER■ DST TYPEDST1, DST2, OVD1, OVD2,CRUNCH DRIVE 0 100 TONE –10 +10 ■ MIX BAL. 0 100% 0% 100N.GATE 0 20 MASTER 0 100 PRESET ■ DST TYPE DRIVE TONE82 DST2 70 +7■ MIX BAL. N.GATE MASTER82 100% 1 3086 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


PRESET AMP TYPE, BASS, MIDDLE, TREBLE, DIST TYPE, DRIVE, CAB DEP / EQ G, EQ F, EQ Q N.GATE MIX BAL., MASTER■ AMP TYPE*aBASS 0 100 MIDDLE 0 100 MIDDLE TREBLE 0 100 TREBLE DST TYPEDST1, DST2, OVD1, OVD2,CRUNCHDRIVE 0 100 *a. STK-M1, STK-M2, THRASH, MIDBST, CMB-PG, CMB-VR, CMB-DX, CMB-TW, MINI, FLAT■ MIX BAL. 0 100% 0% 100CAB DEP 0 100% EQ G EQ F–12.0 +12.0 dBEQ F 100 Hz 8.00 kHz EG G EQ Q 10.0 0.10 Q N.GATE 0 20 MASTER 0 100 PRESET ■ AMP TYPE BASS MIDDLE TREBLE DST TYPE DRIVE83 AMP SIMULATOR STK-M1 94 100 82 DST1 50■ MIX BAL. CAB DEP EQ G EQ F EQ Q N.GATE MASTER83 AMP SIMULATOR 100% 42% +1.5 dB 750 Hz 2.0 1 40<strong>SPX2000</strong>— 87


MIDI MIDI <strong>SPX2000</strong> MIDI MIDI MIDI MIDI MIDI <strong>SPX2000</strong> MIDI 1 MIDI • [MIDI IN] T [MIDI OUT/THRU] S• [TO HOST USB] U2 [MIDI OUT/THRU] MIDI OUT 21 3 MIDI MIDI PORT GENERAL 21 4 MIDI 21 5 MIDI 23 <strong>SPX2000</strong> MIDI 6 • [MIDI IN] T [TO HOST USB] U MIDI / <strong>SPX2000</strong> 1 MIDI MIDI 22 MIDI • [MIDI IN] T [TO HOST USB] U MIDI <strong>SPX2000</strong> MIDI MIDI / • <strong>SPX2000</strong> <strong>SPX2000</strong> [MIDI OUT/THRU] S [TO HOST USB] U MIDI 23 <strong>SPX2000</strong> [MIDI IN] MIDI <strong>SPX2000</strong> MIDI • MIDI [MIDI IN] T [TO HOSTUSB] U MIDI MIDI <strong>SPX2000</strong> MIDI CLOCK 23 MIDI MIDI • MIDI <strong>SPX2000</strong> [MIDI IN] T [MIDI OUT/THRU] S [TO HOST USB] U MIDI <strong>SPX2000</strong> MIDI • MIDI MIDI MIDI 88 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


MIDI data format1. Format summary2. Format details'tx' indicates that the <strong>SPX2000</strong> can transmit the message. 'rx' indicatesthat the <strong>SPX2000</strong> can receive the message.1.1 CHANNEL MESSAGECommand rx/tx function8n NOTE OFF rx Control internal effects9n NOTE ON rx Control internal effectsBn CONTROL CHANGE rx Control parametersCn PROGRAM CHANGE rx Change programs1.2 SYSTEM REALTIME MESSAGECommand rx/tx functionF8 TIMING CLOCK rx MIDI clockFE ACTIVE SENSING rx Check MIDI cable connectionsFF RESET rx Clear running status1.3 EXCLUSIVE MESSAGE■ 1.3.1 Bulk dumpCommand rx/tx functionF0 43 0n 7E ...F7 BULK DUMP DATArx/tx Bulk dump dataF0 43 2n 7E ...F7 BULK DUMP REQUESTrx Bulk dump requestThe <strong>SPX2000</strong> handles the following types of data as bulk dumps.Data name rx/tx functionS rx/tx System setup data and requestE rx/tx Effect program and requestP rx/tx Program change table and request■ 1.3.2 Parameter ChangeCommand rx/tx functionF0 43 1n 1E 09 ...F7 RARAMETER CHANGEF0 43 3n 1E 09 ...F7 PARAMETER REQUESTrx/txrxParameter changes specific to the<strong>SPX2000</strong>Parameter requests specific to the<strong>SPX2000</strong>2.1 NOTE OFF (8n)If the <strong>SPX2000</strong> receives this message when a freeze-type effect has beenrecalled, it will stop playing the sampled data.• Reception conditionsThis message is received if the following two conditions are satisfied.1) The “MIDI RECEIVE” setting (page 23) is “NOTE ON/OFF = ON”.2) The channel on which the MIDI message is transmitted matches the<strong>SPX2000</strong>’s MIDI channel, or the <strong>SPX2000</strong>’s MIDI channel is set toOMNI.• FormatSTATUS 1000nnnn 8n Note off messageDATA 0nnnnnnn nn Note number0vvvvvvv vv Velocity (ignored)2.2 NOTE ON (9n)When the <strong>SPX2000</strong> receives this message, it will control the recalledeffect.The effects that respond to this message and the controlled content are asfollows.DYNA.FILTER (P76)DYNA.FLANGE (P77)DYNA.PHASER (P78)FREEZE (P97)FREEZE A (C23)FREEZE B (C24)PITCH CHANGE A (C19)PITCH CHANGE D (C22)REVERB & GATE (C18)ModulationStart recording, playing the sampleddataChange pitchOpen the gate• Reception conditionsThis message is received if the following two conditions are satisfied.1) The “MIDI RECEIVE” setting (page 23) is “NOTE ON/OFF = ON”.2) The channel on which the MIDI message is transmitted matches the<strong>SPX2000</strong>’s MIDI channel, or the <strong>SPX2000</strong>’s MIDI channel is set toOMNI.• FormatSTATUS 1001nnnn 9n Note on messageDATA 0nnnnnnn nn Note number0vvvvvvv vv Velocity (1-127:on, 0:off)MIDIThe <strong>SPX2000</strong> handles the following types of data as parameter changes.Type (HEX) rx/tx function1 (01) rx/tx Edit buffer3 (03) rx/tx System setup data4 (04) rx/tx System backup data16 (10) rx/tx Functions (recall, store, title, clear)17 (11) rx/tx Functions (undo, compare)18 (12) rx Functions (effect)20 (14) rx/txFunctions (attribute (Protect), LCD BackColor)33 (21) rx/tx Remote Meter2.3 CONTROL CHANGE (Bn)When the <strong>SPX2000</strong> receives this message, it will operate in one of twoways. The operation will depend on the content of the first two bytes ofdata. If the data begins with a value of 01h-1Fh, the parameter specifiedby the control change parameter list will be controlled. If the data beginswith a value of either 00h or 20h, the program change table (A/B/C) willbe switched.• Reception conditionsThis message is received if the following two conditions are satisfied.1) The “MIDI RECEIVE” setting (page 23) is “CTL CHANGE = ON”.2) The channel on which the MIDI message is transmitted matches the<strong>SPX2000</strong>’s MIDI channel, or the <strong>SPX2000</strong>’s MIDI channel is set toOMNI.• FormatIf the data begins with 01h-1FhSTATUS 1011nnnn Bn Control changeDATA 000nnnnn nn Control number (1-31)0vvvvvvv vv Control Value (0-127)For details on control numbers, refer to “MIDI Control Change ParameterAssignment Table” (µ⁄95“≥).<strong>SPX2000</strong>— 89


Equation for converting the control value into parameterdata (CurValue)paramSteps = paramMax - paramMin;curValue = (Control Value * paramSteps)/127;If the data begins with 00h or 20hSTATUS 1011nnnn Bn Control changeDATA 00000000 00 Bank Select MSB00000000 00 Bank number MSB (0); fixedat 0STATUS 1011nnnn Bn Control changeDATA 00100000 20 Bank Select LSB000000vv vv Bank number LSB (0, 1, 2); 0:table A, 1: table B, 2: tableCSTATUS 1100nnnn Cn Program changeDATA 0vvvvvvv vv Program number (0-127)2.4 PROGRAM CHANGE (Cn)When the <strong>SPX2000</strong> receives this message, it will recall the effect specifiedby the content of the program change table (Page 22).• Reception conditionsThis message is received if the following two conditions are satisfied.1) The “MIDI RECEIVE” setting (page 23) is “PGM CHANGE = ON”.2) The channel on which the MIDI message is transmitted matches the<strong>SPX2000</strong>’s MIDI channel, or the <strong>SPX2000</strong>’s MIDI channel is set toOMNI.• FormatSTATUS 1100nnnn Cn Program changeDATA 0nnnnnnn nn Program number (0-127)2.5 TIMING CLOCK (F8)This message is used for tempo synchronization of the effect. Twentyfourof these messages are received per quarter note.• Reception conditionsThis message is received if the “TEMPO SOURCE” setting (page 23) isset to a tempo synchronization source of “MIDI.”• FormatSTATUS 11111000 F8 Timing clock2.6 ACTIVE SENSING (FE)Once the <strong>SPX2000</strong> has received this message, failure to receive a messageof any kind for an interval longer than 400 ms will cause it to initializeMIDI communication settings such as running status.• FormatSTATUS 11111110 FE Active sensing2.7 SYSTEM RESET (FF)When the <strong>SPX2000</strong> receives this message, it will initialize MIDI communicationsettings such as running status.• FormatSTATUS 11111111 FF System reset2.8 SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE MESSAGE (F0)■ 2.8.1 BULK DUMP/BULK DUMP REQUESTBulk Dump messages are used to bulk dump <strong>SPX2000</strong> data to a connectedMIDI device (see page 23) , or to receive data from a connectedMIDI device to overwrite internal settings of the <strong>SPX2000</strong>.Bulk Dump Request messages request a bulk dump of data from the<strong>SPX2000</strong>.• Reception conditionsThis message is received if the following two conditions are satisfied.1) The “MIDI RECEIVE” setting (page 23) is “SYSEX BLKDMP = ON”.2) The device number within the MIDI message matches the<strong>SPX2000</strong>’s MIDI channel, or the <strong>SPX2000</strong>’s MIDI channel is set toOMNI.• Transmission conditionsThis message is transmitted when either of the following conditionsare met.•The “BULK OUT (ALL)” function is executed to perform a bulkdump.•A Bulk Dump Request message is received.• Data conversionThe data portion is handled by converting seven words of 8-bit datainto eight words of 7-bit data.[Converting actual data into bulk data]d[0~6]: Actual datab[0~7]: Bulk datab[0] = 0;for( I=0; I


■ 2.8.1.3 System Setup Data Bulk Dump request FormatThis bulk-dumps the data of the specified effect.• FormatSTATUS 11110000 F0 System exclusive messageID No. 01000011 43 Manufacture’s ID number(YAMAHA)SUB STATUS 0000nnnn 0n n=0-15 (Device number=DeviceNo-1)FORMAT No. 01111110 7E Universal bulk dumpCOUNT HIGH 00000000 00 data count = ch(0x00) * 128+ cl(0x72) = 114COUNT LOW 01110010 7201001100 4C ‘L’01001101 4D ‘M’00100000 20 ‘ ’00100000 20 ‘ ’00111000 38 ‘8’01000100 44 ‘D’00110001 31 ‘1’00110001 31 ‘1’DATA NAME 01000101 45 ‘E’0mmmmmmm mh 0-220(Program no.P1-97,C1-25,U1-99),256(EDIT BUFFER)0mmmmmmm mlBLOCK INFO. 0ttttttt tt total block number(minimumnumber is 0)0bbbbbbb bb current block number(0-totalblock number)DATA 0ddddddd ds Effect Program data ofblock[bb]: :0ddddddd deCHECK SUM 0eeeeeee ee ee=(Invert(‘L’+...de)+1)&0x7FEOX 11110111 F7 End of exclusiveThe second and third byte of DATA NAME specify the program number.0:PRESET1 – 96:PRESET9797:CLASSIC1 – 121:CLASSIC25122:USER1 – 220:USER99256:EDIT BUFFERFor reception by the <strong>SPX2000</strong>, only USER 1-99 or EDIT BUFFER arevalid. (120-220, 256)01001100 4C ‘L’01001101 4D ‘M’00100000 20 ‘ ’00100000 20 ‘ ’00111000 38 ‘8’01000100 44 ‘D’00110001 31 ‘1’00110001 31 ‘1’DATA NAME 01010000 50 ‘P’00000010 0200000000 00 No.256 = CurrentBLOCK INFO. 0ttttttt tt total block number(minimum number is 0)0bbbbbbb bb current block number(0 - total block number)DATA 0ddddddd ds Program change table data ofblock[bb]: :0ddddddd deCHECK SUM 0eeeeeee ee ee=(Invert(‘L’+...+de)+1) &0x7FEOX 11110111 F7 End of exclusive■ 2.8.1.6 Program change table Bulk Dump requestFormat• FormatSTATUS 11110000 F0 System exclusive messageID No. 01000011 43 Manufacture’s ID number(YAMAHA)SUB STATUS 0010nnnn 2n n=0-15 (Device number=DeviceNo-1)FORMAT No. 01111110 7E Universal bulk dump01001100 4C ‘L’01001101 4D ‘M’00100000 20 ‘ ’00100000 20 ‘ ’00111000 38 ‘8’01000100 44 ‘D’00110001 31 ‘1’00110001 31 ‘1’DATA NAME 01010000 50 ‘P’00000010 0200000000 00 No.256 = CurrentEOX 11110111 F7 End of exclusiveMIDI■ 2.8.1.4 Effect Program Bulk Dump request FormatThe second and third byte of DATA NAME specify the program number.• FormatSTATUS 11110000 F0 System exclusive messageID No. 01000011 43 Manufacture’s ID number(YAMAHA)SUB STATUS 0010nnnn 2n n=0-15 (Device number=DeviceNo-1)FORMAT No. 01111110 7E Universal bulk dump01001100 4C ‘L’01001101 4D ‘M’00100000 20 ‘ ’00100000 20 ‘ ’00111000 38 ‘8’01000100 44 ‘D’00110001 31 ‘1’00110001 31 ‘1’DATA NAME 01000101 45 ‘E’0mmmmmmm mh 0-220(Program no.P1-97,C1-25,U1-99),256(EDIT BUFFER)0mmmmmmm mlEOX 11110111 F7 End of exclusiveThe second and third byte of DATA NAME specify the program number.122:USER1 – 220:USER99256:EDIT BUFFER■ 2.8.1.5 Program change table Bulk Dump FormatThis bulk-dumps the program change table data.• FormatSTATUS 11110000 F0 System exclusive messageID No. 01000011 43 Manufacture’s ID number(YAMAHA)SUB STATUS 0000nnnn 0n n=0-15 (Device number=DeviceNo-1)FORMAT No. 01111110 7E Universal bulk dumpCOUNT HIGH 0ccccccc ch data count = ch * 128 + clCOUNT LOW 0ccccccc cl■ 2.8.2 Program change table Bulk Dump request FormatWhen the <strong>SPX2000</strong> receives a Parameter Change message, the <strong>SPX2000</strong>setting specified by the content will be controlled. When the <strong>SPX2000</strong>receives a Parameter Change Request message, it will transmit a ParameterChange message in reply.• Reception conditionsThis message is received if the following two conditions are satisfied.1) The “MIDI RECEIVE” setting (page 23) is “SYEX PRMCHG = ON”.2) The device number within the MIDI message matches the<strong>SPX2000</strong>’s MIDI channel, or the <strong>SPX2000</strong>’s MIDI channel is set toOMNI.• Transmission conditions PARAMETER CHANGE onlyThis message is transmitted when either of the following conditionsare met.•The <strong>SPX2000</strong>’s state has changed due to a received Parameter Change•A Parameter Change Request message is received■ 2.8.2.1 Parameter change (Edit Buffer)This message modifies the value of a parameter in the edit buffer.• FormatSTATUS 11110000 F0 System exclusive messageID No. 01000011 43 Manufacture’s ID number(YAMAHA)SUB STATUS 0001nnnn 1n n=0-15 (Device number=DeviceNo-1)GROUP ID 00011110 1E MODEL ID (signal processor)MODEL ID 00001001 09 <strong>SPX2000</strong>ADDRESS 00000001 01 Edit Buffer0eeeeeee ee Element no.(if 'ee' is 0,'ee' will be expanded to twobytes)0ppppppp pp Parameter no.0ccccccc cc Channel no.DATA 0ddddddd dd data: :EOX 11110111 F7 End of exclusive<strong>SPX2000</strong>— 91


■ 2.8.2.2 Parameter request (Edit Buffer)• FormatSTATUS 11110000 F0 System exclusive messageID No. 01000011 43 Manufacture’s ID number(YAMAHA)SUB STATUS 0011nnnn 3n n=0-15 (Device number=Device No-1)GROUP ID 00011110 1E MODEL ID (signal processor)MODEL ID 00001001 09 <strong>SPX2000</strong>ADDRESS 00000001 01 Edit Buffer0eeeeeee ee Element no.(if 'ee' is 0,'ee' will be expanded to twobytes)0ppppppp pp Parameter no.0ccccccc cc Channel no.EOX 11110111 F7 End of exclusive■ 2.8.2.3 Parameter change (System Setup Memory)This message modifies the value of a parameter in system setup memory.• FormatSTATUS 11110000 F0 System exclusive messageID No. 01000011 43 Manufacture’s ID number(YAMAHA)SUB STATUS 0001nnnn 1n n=0-15 (Device number=Device No-1)GROUP ID 00011110 1E MODEL ID (signal processor)MODEL ID 00001001 09 <strong>SPX2000</strong>ADDRESS 00000011 03 System Setup data0eeeeeee ee Element no.(if 'ee' is 0,'ee' will be expanded to twobytes)0ppppppp pp Parameter no.0ccccccc cc Channel no.DATA 0ddddddd dd data: :EOX 11110111 F7 End of exclusive■ 2.8.2.4 Parameter request (System Setup Memory)STATUS 11110000 F0 System exclusive messageID No. 01000011 43 Manufacture’s ID number(YAMAHA)SUB STATUS 0011nnnn 3n n=0-15 (Device number=Device No-1)GROUP ID 00011110 1E MODEL ID (signal processor)MODEL ID 00001001 09 <strong>SPX2000</strong>ADDRESS 00000011 03 System Setup data0eeeeeee ee Element no.(if 'ee' is 0,'ee' will be expanded to twobytes)0ppppppp pp Parameter no.0ccccccc cc Channel no.EOX 11110111 F7 End of exclusive■ 2.8.2.5 Parameter change (System Backup Memory)This message modifies the value of a parameter in system backup memory.• FormatSTATUS 11110000 F0 System exclusive messageID No. 01000011 43 Manufacture’s ID number(YAMAHA)SUB STATUS 0001nnnn 1n n=0-15 (Device number=Device No-1)GROUP ID 00011110 1E MODEL ID (signal processor)MODEL ID 00001001 09 <strong>SPX2000</strong>ADDRESS 00000011 04 System Backup data0eeeeeee ee Element no.(if 'ee' is 0,'ee' will be expanded to twobytes)0ppppppp pp Parameter no.0ccccccc cc Channel no.DATA 0ddddddd dd data: :EOX 11110111 F7 End of exclusive■ 2.8.2.6 Parameter request (System Backup Memory)• FormatSTATUS 11110000 F0 System exclusive messageID No. 01000011 43 Manufacture’s ID number(YAMAHA)SUB STATUS 0011nnnn 3n n=0-15 (Device number=Device No-1)GROUP ID 00011110 1E MODEL ID (signal processor)MODEL ID 00001001 09 <strong>SPX2000</strong>ADDRESS 00000011 04 System Backup data0eeeeeee ee Element no.(if 'ee' is 0,'ee' will be expanded to twobytes)0ppppppp pp Parameter no.0ccccccc cc Channel no.EOX 11110111 F7 End of exclusive■ 2.8.2.7 Parameter change (Function call : Programstore/recall)When the <strong>SPX2000</strong> receives this message, it will store or recall the specifiedeffect, and will then use this message to transmit the state followingthe change. At this time, the device number will be the MIDI channel ofthe <strong>SPX2000</strong>. If the MIDI channel is OMNI, the device number will be 1.• FormatSTATUS 11110000 F0 System exclusive messageID No. 01000011 43 Manufacture’s ID number(YAMAHA)SUB STATUS 0001nnnn 1n n=0-15 (Device number=Device No-1)GROUP ID 00011110 1E MODEL ID (signal processor)MODEL ID 00001001 09 <strong>SPX2000</strong>ADDRESS 00010000 10 Function call00ffffff ff function0mmmmmmm mh number High0mmmmmmm ml number LowDATA 0ccccccc ch channel High0ccccccc cl channel LowEOX 11110111 F7 End of exclusivefunction number channel rx/txEffect Program Recall 0x04 1-221 0 rx/txEffect Program Store 0x24 123-221 0 rx/tx■ 2.8.2.8 Parameter change (Function call : title)When the <strong>SPX2000</strong> receives this message, it will edit the specified effectname, and will then use this message to transmit the state following thechange. At this time, the device number will be the MIDI channel of the<strong>SPX2000</strong>. If the MIDI channel is OMNI, the device number will be 1.• FormatSTATUS 11110000 F0 System exclusive messageID No. 01000011 43 Manufacture’s ID number(YAMAHA)SUB STATUS 0001nnnn 1n n=0-15 (Device number=Device No-1)GROUP ID 00011110 1E MODEL ID (signal processor)MODEL ID 00001001 09 <strong>SPX2000</strong>ADDRESS 00010000 10 Function call01000100 44 Effect Program title0mmmmmmm mh number High0mmmmmmm ml number LowDATA 0ddddddd dd title 1: : :0ddddddd dd title x(depend on the program)EOX 11110111 F7 End of exclusivefunction number sizeEffect Program Title0x441-221(1-122:responseonly)■ 2.8.2.9 Parameter request (Function call : title)16• FormatSTATUS 11110000 F0 System exclusive messageID No. 01000011 43 Manufacture’s ID number(YAMAHA)SUB STATUS 0011nnnn 3n n=0-15 (Device number=DeviceNo-1)GROUP ID 00011110 1E MODEL ID (signal processor)MODEL ID 00001001 09 <strong>SPX2000</strong>ADDRESS 00010000 10 Function call01000100 44 Effect Program title0mmmmmmm mh number High0mmmmmmm ml number LowEOX 11110111 F7 End of exclusiveFor the function and number, refer to the table in “2.8.2.8 Parameterchange (Function call: title).”92 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


■ 2.8.2.10 Parameter change (Function call : Programclear)When the <strong>SPX2000</strong> receives this message, it will erase the specified effectname, and will then use this message to transmit the state following thechange. At this time, the device number will be the MIDI channel of the<strong>SPX2000</strong>. If the MIDI channel is OMNI, the device number will be 1.• FormatSTATUS 11110000 F0 System exclusive messageID No. 01000011 43 Manufacture’s ID number(YAMAHA)SUB STATUS 0001nnnn 1n n=0-15 (Device number=DeviceNo-1)GROUP ID 00011110 1E MODEL ID (signal processor)MODEL ID 00001001 09 <strong>SPX2000</strong>ADDRESS 00010000 10 Function call01100100 64 Effect Program clear function0mmmmmmm mh number High0mmmmmmm ml number LowEOX 11110111 F7 End of exclusivefunctionnumberEffect Program Clear 0x64 123-221■ 2.8.2.11 Parameter change (Function call : Undo)When the <strong>SPX2000</strong> receives this message, it will perform the same operationas if the [UNDO] button had been pressed, and will then use thismessage to transmit the state following the change. At this time, thedevice number will be the MIDI channel of the <strong>SPX2000</strong>. If the MIDIchannel is OMNI, the device number will be 1.• FormatSTATUS 11110000 F0 System exclusive messageID No. 01000011 43 Manufacture’s ID number(YAMAHA)SUB STATUS 0001nnnn 1n n=0-15 (Device number=DeviceNo-1)GROUP ID 00011110 1E MODEL ID (signal processor)MODEL ID 00001001 09 <strong>SPX2000</strong>ADDRESS 00010001 11 Function call00100010 24 Undo00000000 0000000000 00DATA 00000000 0000000000 00EOX 11110111 F7 End of exclusive■ 2.8.2.12 Parameter change (Function call : Compare)When the <strong>SPX2000</strong> receives this message, it will perform the same operationas if the [COMPARE] button had been pressed, and will then use thismessage to transmit the state following the change. At this time, thedevice number will be the MIDI channel of the <strong>SPX2000</strong>. If the MIDIchannel is OMNI, the device number will be 1.• FormatSTATUS 11110000 F0 System exclusive messageID No. 01000011 43 Manufacture’s ID number(YAMAHA)SUB STATUS 0001nnnn 1n n=0-15 (Device number=DeviceNo-1)GROUP ID 00011110 1E MODEL ID (signal processor)MODEL ID 00001001 09 <strong>SPX2000</strong>ADDRESS 00010001 11 Function call01000100 44 Compare00000000 0000000000 00DATA 00000000 0000000000 00EOX 11110111 F7 End of exclusive■ 2.8.2.13 Parameter change (Function call : EventEffect)When the <strong>SPX2000</strong> receives this message while a freeze-type effect isrecalled, it will perform the same operation as if the RECORD parameteror PLAY parameter is selected and the [▼ DEC] button pressed. The contentsof the function will determine whether the RECORD parameter orthe PLAY parameter is selected.• FormatSTATUS 11110000 F0 System exclusive messageID No. 01000011 43 Manufacture’s ID number(YAMAHA)SUB STATUS 0001nnnn 1n n=0-15 (Device number=DeviceNo-1)GROUP ID 00011110 1E MODEL ID (signal processor)MODEL ID 00001001 09 <strong>SPX2000</strong>ADDRESS 00010010 12 Function call Effect Event0000ffff 0f function00000000 000ppppppp pp Release:0, Press:1DATA 00000000 000eeeeeee ee Effect number (0)EOX 11110111 F7 End of exclusivefunctionchannelFreeze Play button 0x00 0Freeze Record button 0x01 0*This will not function if the effect type is wrong.■ 2.8.2.14 Parameter change (Function call:attribute(Protect))When the <strong>SPX2000</strong> receives this message, it will switch Protect on/off forthe specified effect, and will then use this message to transmit the statefollowing the change. At this time, the device number will be the MIDIchannel of the <strong>SPX2000</strong>. If the MIDI channel is OMNI, the device numberwill be 1.• FormatSTATUS 11110000 F0 System exclusive messageID No. 01000011 43 Manufacture’s ID number(YAMAHA)SUB STATUS 0001nnnn 1n n=0-15 (Device number=DeviceNo-1)GROUP ID 00011110 1E MODEL ID (signal processor)MODEL ID 00001001 09 <strong>SPX2000</strong>ADDRESS 00010100 14 Function call00000100 04 attribute0mmmmmmm mh number High0mmmmmmm ml number LowDATA 0ttttttt tt attribute(protect:0x0001,normal:0x0000)0ttttttt ttEOX 11110111 F7 End of exclusivefunctionEffect Program Attribute0x04number1-221(1-122:responseonly)■ 2.8.2.15 Parameter request (Function call:attribute(Protect))• FormatSTATUS 11110000 F0 System exclusive messageID No. 01000011 43 Manufacture’s ID number(YAMAHA)SUB STATUS 0011nnnn 3n n=0-15 (Device number=DeviceNo-1)GROUP ID 00011110 1E MODEL ID (signal processor)MODEL ID 00001001 09 <strong>SPX2000</strong>ADDRESS 00010100 14 Function call00000100 04 attribute0mmmmmmm mh number High0mmmmmmm ml number LowEOX 11110111 F7 End of exclusiveFor the function and number, refer to the table in “2.8.2.14 Parameterchange (Function call: attribute (Protect)).”■ 2.8.2.16 Parameter change (Function call: LCD BackColor)When the <strong>SPX2000</strong> receives this message, it will change the displaybackground color of the specified effect, and will then use this messageto transmit the state following the change. At this time, the devicenumber will be the MIDI channel of the <strong>SPX2000</strong>. If the MIDI channelis OMNI, the device number will be 1.• FormatSTATUS 11110000 F0 System exclusive messageID No. 01000011 43 Manufacture’s ID number(YAMAHA)SUB STATUS 0001nnnn 1n n=0-15 (Device number=DeviceNo-1)GROUP ID 00011110 1E MODEL ID (signal processor)MODEL ID 00001001 09 <strong>SPX2000</strong>ADDRESS 00010100 14 Function call01100100 64 LCD Back Color0mmmmmmm mh number High0mmmmmmm ml number LowDATA 0ccccccc cc color(0:Green,1:Yellow,2:Magenta,3:Cyan,4:White)0ccccccc cc<strong>SPX2000</strong>— 93MIDI


EOX 11110111 F7 End of exclusivefunctionEffect Program LCD Back Color0x64number1-221(1-122:response only)■ 2.8.2.17 Parameter request (Function call: LCD BackColor)• FormatSTATUS 11110000 F0 System exclusive messageID No. 01000011 43 Manufacture’s ID number(YAMAHA)SUB STATUS 0011nnnn 3n n=0-15 (Device number=DeviceNo-1)GROUP ID 00011110 1E MODEL ID (signal processor)MODEL ID 00001001 09 <strong>SPX2000</strong>ADDRESS 00010100 14 Function call01100100 64 LCD Back Color0mmmmmmm mh number High0mmmmmmm ml number LowEOX 11110111 F7 End of exclusiveFor the function and number, refer to the table in “2.8.2.16 Parameterchange (Function call: LCD Back Color).”■ 2.8.2.18 Parameter change (Remote Meter)When the <strong>SPX2000</strong> receives a Parameter Request (Remote Meter) message,it will transmit this message. The content is data for the specifiedmeter. This is transmitted at 50 msec intervals for ten seconds. If youwant meter data to continue being transmitted, you must transmit aRequest message at intervals of less than ten seconds. However if the portis being used for other communication, transmission of meter data maybe interrupted.The device number used when transmitting meter data will be the MIDIchannel of the <strong>SPX2000</strong>. If the MIDI channel is OMNI, the device numberwill be 1.When the <strong>SPX2000</strong> receives a Request message with an Address UL =0x7F, transmission of all meter data will be halted immediately. Transmissionwill also stop if the power is turned off and on again while transmittingmeter data, or if the MIDI port setting is changed.• FormatSTATUS 11110000 F0 System exclusive messageID No. 01000011 43 Manufacture’s ID number(YAMAHA)SUB STATUS 0001nnnn 1n n=0-15 (Device number=DeviceNo-1)GROUP ID 00011110 1E MODEL ID (signal processor)MODEL ID 00001001 09 <strong>SPX2000</strong>ADDRESS 00100001 21 Remote meter0mmmmmmm mm ADDRESS UL0mmmmmmm mm ADDRESS LU0mmmmmmm mm ADDRESS LLDATA0ddddddd dd Data1 H0ddddddd dd Data1 L: :EOX11110111 F7 End of exclusive■ 2.8.2.19 Parameter request (Remote Meter)• FormatSTATUS 11110000 F0 System exclusive messageID No. 01000011 43 Manufacture’s ID number(YAMAHA)SUB STATUS 0011nnnn 3n n=0-15 (Device number=DeviceNo-1)GROUP ID 00011110 1E MODEL ID (signal processor)MODEL IDADDRESSEOX00001001 09 <strong>SPX2000</strong>00100001 21 Remote meter0mmmmmmm mm ADDRESS UL0mmmmmmm mm ADDRESS LU0mmmmmmm mm ADDRESS LL0ccccccc ch Count H0ccccccc cl Count L11110111 F7 End of exclusive94 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


MIDI Control Change Parameter Assignment TablePRESET bankCC # REV-X Stereo reverb Reverb Early Reflection Mono delay Stereo delay Modulation delay Delay L,C,R1 REV TIME REV TIME INI.DLY TYPE DELAY DELAY L DELAY DELAY L2 INI.DLY REV TYPE REV TIME ROOMSIZE DELAY R3 HI.RATIO INI.DLY HI.RATIO LIVENESS FB.GAIN FB.G L FB.GAIN DELAY C4 LO.RATIO HI.RATIO LO.RATIO INI.DLY HI.RATIO FB.G R HI.RATIO5 DIFF. LO.RATIO DIFF. DIFF. HPF HI.RATIO FREQ. DELAY R6 ROOMSIZE DIFF. DENSITY DENSITY LPF HPF DEPTH7 DECAY DENSITY HPF ER NUM. SYNC LPF WAVE FB.DLY8 LO.FREQ HPF LPF FB.GAIN NOTE SYNC HPF9 HPF LPF E/R DLY HI.RATIO OUT LVL NOTE L LPF LEVEL L10 LPF E/R BAL. E/R BAL. HPF NOTE R SYNC LEVEL C11 OUT LVL OUT LVL GATE LVL LPF OUT LVL DLY.NOTE LEVEL R12 ATTACK OUT LVL MOD.NOTE FB.GAIN13 HOLD OUT LVL HI.RATIO14 DECAY HPF15 OUT LVL LPF16 SYNC17 NOTE L18 NOTE C19 NOTE R20 NOTE FB2131 MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL.MIDICC # Echo Flanger Phaser Chorus Symphonic Tremolo Auto pan Modulation filter1 DELAY L FREQ. FREQ. FREQ. FREQ. FREQ. FREQ. FREQ.2 DELAY R DEPTH DEPTH AM DEPTH DEPTH DEPTH DEPTH DEPTH3 FB.DLYL MOD.DLY FB.GAIN PM DEPTH MOD.DLY WAVE DIR. PHASE4 FB.DLYR FB.GAIN OFFSET MOD.DLY WAVE LSH F WAVE TYPE5 FB.G L WAVE PHASE WAVE LSH F LSH G LSH F OFFSET6 FB.G R LSH F STAGE LSH F LSH G EQ F LSH G RESO.7 L->R FBG LSH G LSH F LSH G EQ F EQ G EQ F OUT LVL8 R->L FBG EQ F LSH G EQ F EQ G EQ Q EQ G SYNC9 HI.RATIO EQ G HSH F EQ G EQ Q HSH F EQ Q NOTE10 HPF EQ Q HSH G EQ Q HSH F HSH G HSH F11 LPF HSH F SYNC HSH F HSH G SYNC HSH G12 SYNC HSH G NOTE HSH G SYNC NOTE SYNC13 NOTE L SYNC OUT LVL SYNC NOTE OUT LVL NOTE14 NOTE R NOTE NOTE OUT LVL OUT LVL15 NOTE FBL OUT LVL OUT LVL16 NOTE FBR17 OUT LVL1819202131 MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL.CC # Ring modulation Dynamic filter Dynamic flanger Dynamic phaser High quality pitch Dual pitchDistortion Æ FlangerDistortion Æ DelayReverb + Chorus1 SOURCE SOURCE SOURCE SOURCE PITCH PITCH 1 DST TYPE INI.DLY2 OSC FRQ SENSE SENSE SENSE FINE FINE 1 DRIVE REV TIME3 DIR. DIR. DIR. DELAY LEVEL 1 MASTER HI.RATIO4 FM FREQ. DECAY DECAY DECAY FB.GAIN PAN 1 TONE DIFF.5 FM DEPTH TYPE OFFSET OFFSET MODE DELAY 1 N.GATE DENSITY6 SYNC OFFSET FB.GAIN FB.GAIN SYNC FB.G 1 DELAY HPF7 NOTE FM RESO. LSH F STAGE NOTE PITCH 2 LPF8 OUT LVL OUT LVL LSH G LSH F OUT LVL FINE 2 FB.GAIN REV/CHO9 EQ F LSH G LEVEL 2 HI.RATIO FREQ.10 EQ G HSH F PAN 2 FREQ. AM DEPTH11 EQ Q HSH G DELAY 2 DEPTH PM DEPTH12 HSH F OUT LVL FB.G 2 DLY.BAL MOD.DLY13 HSH G MODE SYNC WAVE14 OUT LVL SYNC DLY.NOTE SYNC15 NOTE 1 MOD.NOTE NOTE16 NOTE 2 OUT LVL171819202131 MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL.<strong>SPX2000</strong>— 95


CC # Reverb Æ Chorus Reverb + Flanger Reverb Æ Flanger Reverb + Symphonic Reverb Æ Symphonic Reverb Æ PanDelay + Early ReflectionDelay Æ Early Reflection1 INI.DLY INI.DLY DELAY L DELAY L INI.DLY INI.DLY DELAY L DELAY L2 REV TIME REV TIME DELAY R DELAY R REV TIME REV TIME DELAY R DELAY R3 HI.RATIO HI.RATIO FB.DLY FB.DLY HI.RATIO HI.RATIO FB.DLY FB.DLY4 DIFF. DIFF. FB.GAIN FB.GAIN DIFF. DIFF. FB.GAIN FB.GAIN5 DENSITY DENSITY HI.RATIO HI.RATIO DENSITY DENSITY HI.RATIO HI.RATIO6 HPF HPF HPF HPF HPF HPF HPF HPF7 LPF LPF LPF LPF LPF LPF LPF LPF8 REV.BAL REV.BAL DLY/ER DLY.BAL REV.BAL REV.BAL DLY/ER DLY.BAL9 FREQ. FREQ. TYPE TYPE FREQ. FREQ. TYPE TYPE10 DEPTH DEPTH ROOMSIZE ROOMSIZE DEPTH DEPTH ROOMSIZE ROOMSIZE11 MOD.DLY DIR. LIVENESS LIVENESS MOD.DLY DIR. LIVENESS LIVENESS12 WAVE WAVE INI.DLY INI.DLY WAVE WAVE INI.DLY INI.DLY13 SYNC SYNC DIFF. DIFF. SYNC SYNC DIFF. DIFF.14 NOTE NOTE DENSITY DENSITY NOTE NOTE DENSITY DENSITY15 OUT LVL OUT LVL ER NUM. ER NUM. OUT LVL OUT LVL ER NUM. ER NUM.16 SYNC SYNC SYNC SYNC17 NOTE L NOTE L NOTE L NOTE L18 NOTE R NOTE R NOTE R NOTE R19 NOTE FB NOTE FB NOTE FB NOTE FB20 OUT LVL OUT LVL OUT LVL OUT LVL2131 MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL.CC # Delay + Reverb Delay Æ Reverb Freeze Multi FilterMulti-band DynamicsProcessorRotary Speaker Distortion Amp Simulator1 DELAY L DELAY L REC MODE TYPE 1 LOW GAIN ROTATE DST TYPE AMP TYPE2 DELAY R DELAY R REC DLY TYPE 2 MID GAIN SPEED DRIVE DST TYPE3 FB.DLY FB.DLY TRG LVL TYPE 3 HI.GAIN SLOW MASTER DRIVE4 FB.GAIN FB.GAIN TRG MASK FREQ. 1 PRESENCE FAST TONE MASTER5 DELAY HI DELAY HI PLY MODE FREQ. 2 EXP.THRE DRIVE N.GATE BASS6 HPF HPF START FREQ. 3 EXP.RAT ACCEL MIDDLE7 LPF LPF LEVEL 1 EXP.REL LOW TREBLE8 DLY/REV DLY.BAL END LEVEL 2 EXP.BYP HIGH CAB DEP9 INI.DLY INI.DLY LEVEL 3 CMP.THRE EQ F10 REV TIME REV TIME LOOP RESO. 1 CMP.RAT EQ G11 REV HI REV HI RESO. 2 CMP.REL EQ Q12 DIFF. DIFF. LOOP NUM RESO. 3 CMP.ATK N.GATE13 DENSITY DENSITY PITCH CMP.KNEE14 SYNC SYNC FINE CMP.BYP15 NOTE L NOTE L MIDI TRG LIM.THRE16 NOTE R NOTE R OUT LVL LIM.REL17 NOTE FB NOTE FB LIM.ATK18 OUT LVL OUT LVL LIM.KNEE19 LIM.BYP20 LOOKUP21 L-M XOVR22 M-H XOVR23 SLOPE24 CEILING31 MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL.CLASSIC bankCC # Reverb Reverb & gateEarly reflectionGate reverbReverse gateDelay L,RStereo echoStereo flangerStereo phasingChorusTremoloSymphonic1 REV TIME REV TIME TYPE Lch DLY MOD. FRQ MOD. FRQ MOD. FRQ MOD. FRQ2 HI.RATIO HI.RATIO ROOMSIZE FB.G L DEPTH PM DEPTH DEPTH DIR.3 DELAY DELAY LIVENESS Rch DLY MOD. DLY AM DEPTH OUT LVL DEPTH4 HPF HPF DELAY FB.G R F.B.GAIN OUT LVL OUT LVL5 LPF LPF LPF HI.RATIO OUT LVL6 OUT LVL TRG. LVL OUT LVL OUT LVL7 HOLD8 RELEASE9 MIDI TRG10 OUT LVL31 MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL.PanCC #Pitch Change APitch Change DPitch Change B Pitch Change C Freeze Freeze B1 PITCH 1 PITCH L PITCH REC MODE REC MODE2 FINE 1 FINE L FINE TRG. DLY TRG. DLY3 DELAY 1 DLY L DLY INP. TRG PITCH4 F.B.GAIN 2 PITCH R PITCH START FINE5 BASE KEY 2 FINE R FINE BASE KEY6 OUT LVL 2 DLY R DLY END OUT LVL7 OUT LVL OUT LVL8 OUT LVL91031 MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL. MIX BAL.96 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


Low Battery!MIDI Framing Error!MIDI OUT is NOT selected!MIDI Overrun Error!MIDI Parity Error!MIDI Rx Buffer Full!NO FINE PARAMETERNot Available in CompareMode!Operation Locked!PORT GENERAL isSelected OFF!U## Program is Empty!Sync Error!This BANK is Protected!This Program is Protected!USB Rx Buffer Full!WRONG WORD CLOCK! / BULK OUT (ALL) 23 YAMAHA MIDI MIDI MIDI OUT/THRU S THRU MIDI MIDI MIDI OUT SETUP 21 [MIDI OUT/THRU] OUT MIDI MIDI MIDI MIDI MIDI MIDI MIDI MIDI CLASSIC CLASSIC [FINE PARAM] [PARAMETER] [COMPARE] [COMPARE] OPERATION LOCK 19 <strong>SPX2000</strong> MIDI MIDI MIDI MIDI PORT GENERAL 21 MIDI <strong>SPX2000</strong> 19 PRESET CLASSIC PRESET CLASSIC USER 17 USB MIDI MIDI MIDI <strong>SPX2000</strong> 19 <strong>SPX2000</strong>— 97


<strong>SPX2000</strong>TEMPO NOTE MIDI • AC • • <strong>SPX2000</strong> • • • [INPUT L R] 1• 19 • 18 • OUT LVL LEVEL 0• [BYPASS] M• 18 • [OUTPUT –10 dBu/+4 dBu] [INPUT –10 dBu/+4 dBu]• [UTILITY] 8 • [COMPARE] 16 • SYNC 15 • MIDI 88 • MIDI USB • MIDI USB 98 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


XLR-3-31INPUT L,R128 @Fs=44.1, 48 kHzAD 24 64 @Fs=88.2, 96 kHz+4/–10 dBuXLR-3-32OUTPUT L,R128 @Fs=44.1, 48 kHzDA 24 64 @Fs=88.2, 96 kHz+4/–10 dBuAES/EBU IN XLR-3-31 AES/EBU OUT XLR-3-32 WORD CLOCK INMIDI INMIDI OUT/THRUUSB TO HOST USB 1.1 L,RTAP [INPUT MODE] [METER] [BANK]MEMORY[UNDO] [▲] [▼] [RECALL][STORE]EDIT[COMPARE] [▲ INC] [ ▼ DEC] [NEXT] [BACK][PARAMETER] [FINE PARAM] [UTILITY][BYPASS] [TAP][POWER ON/OFF]Level Meter L, R 2 12 Effect No.2 7 INPUT MODE[MONO]/[STEREO]METER[INPUT]/[OUTPUT]INPUT SOURCE [ANALOG]/[DIGITAL]CLOCK[INT]/[AES/EBU]/[WC]kHz [96]/[88.2]/[48]/[44.1]MIDI[MIDI]BANK[PRESET]/[USER]/[CLASSIC]16 2 PRESET 97USER 99CLASSIC 25 / 4kg5 40 –20 60 FC5120V 25W 60Hz230V 25W 50Hz45 mm372.5 mm480 mm <strong>SPX2000</strong>— 99


INPUT L, RINPUT L, R*1 +4dB(1.23V) *2 XLR-3-31 1=GND, 2=HOT, 3=COLD)*3 (Tip=HOT, Ring=COLD, Sleeve=GND)*4 dB 0 dB 0.775 Vrms*5 AD 24 128 @Fs=44.1, 48 kHz, 64 @Fs=88.2, 96 kHz*1 XLR-3-32 1=GND, 2=HOT, 3=COLD)*2 (Tip=HOT, Ring=COLD, Sleeve=GND)*3 dB 0 dB 0.775 Vrms*4 DA 24 128 @@Fs=44.1, 48 kHz, 64 @Fs=88.2, 96 kHz AES/EBU IN AES/EBU 24 RS422 XLR-3-31 )*1 XLR-3-31 1=GND, 2=HOT, 3=COLD)*1 AES/EBU OUT 2 *2 16 – 24 *3 XLR-3-32 1=GND, 2=HOT, 3=COLD) I/O +4 dBu–10 dBu+4 dBu–10 dBuVR+10 dB+10 dBVR0 dB0 dB10 k Ω10 k Ω OUTPUT L, R 150 Ω 600 Ω +4 dBu–10 dBu600 Ω600 Ω+4 dBu(1.23V)–10 dBu(0.245V)–6 dBu(0.388 V)–20 dBu(0.0775 V)+4 dBu(1.23V)–10 dBu(0.245V)+14 dBu(3.88 V)0 dBu(0.775 V)+ 24 dBu(12.28 V)+10 dBu(2.45 V)XLR-3-31 )(TRS)XLR-3-31 )(TRS)+24 dBu(12.28V) XLR-3-32 )+10 dBu(2.45V) (TRS ) AES/EBU OUT AES/EBU 24 RS422 XLR-3-32 ) USB TO HOST USB 1.1 0 – 3.3 V B USB IN MIDI DIN 5PMIDIOUT/THRU MIDI DIN 5P IN TTL/75 æ BNC 100 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


VP 600 Fs=48 kHz: @20 Hz-20 kHz @1 kHzFs=96 kHz: @20 Hz-40 kHz @1 kHz RL INPUT L, R OUTPUT L, R 600 Ω –3.0 0.0 +1.0 dB@1 kHz RL +4 +4 +2.0 +4.0 +6.0 dBuINPUT L, R OUTPUT L, R 600 Ω –10 –10 –12.0 –10.0 –8.0 dBu*1 dB 0 dB 0.775 Vrms RL Fs=48 kHz +14 dBu @20 Hz-20 kHz +4INPUT L, R OUTPUT L, R 600 Ω +4Fs=96 kHz: +14 dBu @20 Hz-40 kHz +4 +4*1 dB 0 dB 0.775 Vrms*2 18dB / @ 80kHz 0.05 %0.05 %Fs=48/96 kHz RL INPUT L, R OUTPUT L, R 600 ΩRs=600 Ω, VR–80 dBu +4/ +4*1 6dB / @12.7 kHz / 20 kHz *2 dB 0 dB 0.775 VrmsFs=48/96 kHz RL INPUT L, R OUTPUT L, R 600 Ω AD + DA VR 106 dB*1 6dB / @12.7 kHz / 20 kHz @1 kHz / / INPUT L, R OUTPUT L, R INPUT OUTPUT –80 dB@1 kHz RL INPUT L, R OUTPUT L, R 600 ΩRs=600 Ω, VR+10 dB +4/ +4<strong>SPX2000</strong>— 101


39.69 50.88 kHz 79.38 101.76 kHzPLL DIGITAL IN Fs=44.1 kHz, 2ns 10 nsDIGITAL IN Fs=48 kHz, 2ns 10 nsDIGITAL IN Fs=39.69-50.88 kHz, 2ns 20 nsDIGITAL IN Fs=88.2 kHz, 2ns 10 nsDIGITAL IN Fs=96 kHz, 2ns 10 nsDIGITAL IN Fs=79.38-101.76 kHz, 2ns 20 ns int 44.1 kHz 44.1 kHz int 48 kHz 48 kHz int 88.2 kHz 88.2 kHz int 96 kHz 96 kHz int 44.1 kHz 50 ppm int 48 kHz 50 ppm int 88.2 kHz 50 ppm int 96 kHz 50 ppm int 44.1 kHz 5 ns int 48 kHz 5 ns int 88.2 kHz 5 ns int 96 kHz 5 ns @ =0.0 ms / Fs=96 kHz 426 ns102 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


350480145448372.5352.72505011.8 mm* YAMAHA YAMAHA <strong>SPX2000</strong>— 103


[▲ INC]/[▼ DEC] ........................................................7, 14[▲]/[▼] ........................................................... 7, 12, 13, 16A[AC IN] ................................................................................ 9[AES/EBU IN] ................................................................9, 19[AES/EBU OUT] ................................................................. 9ANALOG ..................................................................................... 19B[BACK] ..........................................................................7, 14[BANK] ..........................................................................7, 12[BANK] ...............................................................7, 12, 13BULK OUT (ALL) ...................................................................... 23[BYPASS] ........................................................................... 12[BYPASS] ......................................................................... 8[BYPASS] ......................................................................... 8 ..................................................................................... 14MIDI .............................................................. 22 ..................................................................................... 13 ............................................................................ 17 ID ............................................................................... 22 ..................................................................................... 17CCLASSIC ..........................................................................12, 26[CLOCK] ....................................................................... 18[COMPARE] ...................................................................... 16[COMPARE] .............................................................8, 16 ............................................................................ 13 ............................................................................ 13 ..................................................................................... 19 ..................................................................................... 34 ..................................................................................... 34DDIGITAL ..................................................................................... 19 ........................................................................ 17 ........................................................................................... 7 ............................................................................ 11 ............................................................................................. 12 ............................................................................................. 47 PRESET ............................................. 56 PRESET ............................................. 58 PRESET ............................................. 60 PRESET ............................................. 59 CLASSIC ........................................... 54 PRESET ......................................................... 51 PRESET ................................................. 57 CLASSIC ................................................... 54 PRESET ..................................................... 52 CLASSIC ..............50 CLASSIC ........................................................56 PRESET ......................................................49 PRESET ......................................................47 .....................................................................................53 PRESET .................................................55 .....................................................................................47 ..............................................................................................77 A CLASSIC ....................................................78 B CLASSIC .....................................................79 PRESET ..........................................................77F[FINE PARAM] ..................................................................14[FINE PARAM] ......................................................... 8, 14[FOOT SW] ............................................................ 8, 14, 23G ID ........................................................................22 .............................................................................17MIDI OUT .................................................................21MIDI PGM CHANGE ........................................................22MIDI PORT EDITOR .........................................................21MIDI PORT GENERAL ......................................................21MIDI ...........................................................................21 .................................................................................18 .................................................................................19U## CLEAR? ........................................................................20 PGM ..................................................................17 ..............................................................................................99H .....................................................................................66 PRESET .............................................72 PRESET PRESET ........68 PRESET PRESET ........................71 PRESET PRESET ........................69 PRESET PRESET .............................66 PRESET PRESET .............................75 PRESET PRESET ....................73 .....................................................................................27 ..............................................................................................16 ..............................................................................................27 CLASSIC ............................................33 CLASSIC ........................................................29 PRESET ..........................................................31 PRESET .............................................30REV-X PRESET ......................................................27104 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


J ..................................................................................... 13[INPUT] ........................................................................ 9, 19[INPUT LR] .............................................................. 7, 11[INPUT MODE] / .................................................. 7[INPUT SOURCE] ................................................... 7, 11[INPUT SOURCE] ........................................................ 19[INPUT –10 dBu/+4 dBu] .................................................. 9 ........................................................................................... 6 ..................................................................................... 14 ....................................................................................... 9 ......................................................................... 15K[kHz] ................................................................................ 7[kHz] .............................................................................. 11MMIDIMIDI ........................................................................... 21MIDI .............................................................. 22MIDI .................................................................. 23 MIDI ................................................................. 21[MIDI IN] ............................................................................ 9MIDI OUT ................................................................................... 21[MIDI OUT/THRU] ..................................................... 9, 21MIDI OUT ......................................................................... 21MIDI PGM CHANGE ................................................................ 22MIDI PORT EDITOR ................................................................. 21MIDI PORT GENERAL .............................................................. 21MIDI RECEIVE ........................................................................... 23MIDI THRU ................................................................................ 21MIDI ........................................................................... 14MIDI ................................................................................... 21MIDI ................................................................................... 14[MIDI] ....................................................................... 7, 11 .............................................................................................. 34 ............................................................................. 34 ............................................................................. 34 ............................................................................. 34 ............................................................................. 34 ..................................................................................... 34N[NEXT] .......................................................................... 8, 14O[OUTPUT] ........................................................................... 9[OUTPUT –10 dBu/+4 dBu] .............................................. 9P[PARAMETER] .................................................................. 14[PARAMETER] LED ..................................................................... 8[PARAMETER] ........................................................ 8, 14[POWER ON/OFF] ...................................................... 8, 10PRESET ................................................................................... 12Q ..................................................................................... 82 PRESET ................................ 83 PRESET ............................................. 82 PRESET ............................................. 87 PRESET ......................................................... 86 PRESET ............................................. 85 / ................................... 20MIDI .................................................................. 23 MIDI OUT/THRU ............................................................ 21 ............................................................................ 12 ......................................................................12, 13R[RECALL] ...............................................................7, 12, 13S[STORE] ........................................................................7, 16 ..................................................................................... 14 ..................................................................................... 34 ..................................................................................... 19 ......................................................................................... 18 ..................................................................................... 19 ..................................................................................... 47 ......................................................................................... 19 ..................................................................................... 34T[TAP] .......................................................................8, 14, 23TEMPO SOURCE ....................................................................... 23[TO HOST USB] ................................................................. 9 ............................................................................................... 6WU## CLEAR? ................................................................................ 20[UNDO] ............................................................................... 7[UNDO] ......................................................................... 16[UNDO] ........................................................................... 7[WORD CLOCK IN] .......................................................... 9USER ...................................................................................... 12UTILITYBULK OUT (ALL) .............................................................. 23TEMPO SOURCE .............................................................. 23[UTILITY] ...............................................................12, 13[UTILITY] ....................................................................... 8[UTILITY] ........................................................... 8 ............................................................................................... 6 ..................................................................................... 13X ........................................................................................... 7 <strong>SPX2000</strong> ................................................................ 19 .......................................................................................12, 25 ..................................................................................... 13 .................................................................... 17 ................................................................ 16 ..................................................................................... 16 ............................................................................ 16 ..................................................................................... 13 ............................................................ 16 ..................................................................................... 20<strong>SPX2000</strong>— 105


..................................................................................... 16 ...............................................................................12, 13 .......................................................................... 7 / ................................................................................. 12 ..................................................................................... 17 ..................................................................................... 14 ............................................................................ 14 ........................................................................ 23 ...................................................................................12, 13 ............................................................................ 14 ...............................................................................12, 13 ............................................................................ 18 ................................................................................. 85Y<strong>Yamaha</strong> ................................................................................ 6 ................................................................................. 38 PRESET ............................................. 38 PRESET ................................................. 41 PRESET ......................................................... 44 PRESET ............................................. 40 L,C,R PRESET ............................................... 43 L,R CLASSIC ....................... 46 ..................................................................................... 61 PRESET ............................................. 61 PRESET ..................................................... 62 A D CLASSIC ................................... 64 B CLASSIC ............................................ 65 C CLASSIC ........................................... 65 PGM .......................................................................... 17Z ...............................................................................27, 35 CLASSIC ................................................. 37 PRESET ................................................... 35 ......................................................................................... 19 ..................................................................................... 11106 <strong>SPX2000</strong>—


YAMAHA [PROFESSIONAL MULTI-EFFECT PROCESSOR] Date: 12 MAY 2003Model: <strong>SPX2000</strong> MIDI Implementation Chart Version: 1.0Function... Transmitted Recognized RemarksBasicChannelDefaultChangedXX1–161–16MemorizedModeDefaultMessagesAlteredXX**************OMNI OFF/OMNI ONXXMemorizedNoteNumberTrue VoiceX**************0–127*1X*4VelocityNote OnNote OffXXO 9nH, v=1-127*1X*4AfterKey’sCh’sXXXXPitch Bend X XControlChange0-32 X O*10:Bank Select MSB1-30:*431:Mix Balance32:Bank Select LSBProgramChange:True#X**************O 0–127*1AssignableProgram ChangeTableSystem Exclusive O*2 O*2 *3Common:Song Pos.:Song Sel.:TuneXXXXXXSystemReal Time:Clock:CommandsXXOX*4AuxMessages:All Sound Off:Reset All Cntrls:Local ON/OFF:All Notes OFF:Active Sense:ResetXXXXXXXXXXOONotes*1 receive if switch is on.*2 transmit/receive if exclusive switch is on.*3 Bulk Dump/Request, Parameter Change/Request*4 Effect Control(Depend On Program)Mode 1: OMNI ON, POLYMode 3: OMNI OFF, POLYMode 2: OMNI ON, MONOMode 4: OMNI OFF, MONOO: YesX: No

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