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1. IMPORTANT NOTICE: DO NOT MODIFY THIS UNIT! This product, when installed as indicated in the instructions contained in this manual, meets FCC requirements. Modifications not expressly approved by Yamaha may void your authority, granted by the FCC, to use the product.

2. IMPORTANT: When connecting this product to accessories and/or another product use only high quality shielded cables. Cable/s supplied with this product MUST be used. Follow all installation instructions. Failure to follow in- structions could void your FCC authorization to use this product in the USA.

3. NOTE: This product has been tested and found to comply with the requirements listed in FCC Regulations, Part 15 for Class B digital de- vices. Compliance with these requirements provides a reasonable level of assurance that your use of this product in a residential environ- ment will not result in harmful interference with other electronic devices. This equipment gener- ates/uses radio frequencies and, if not installed and used according to the instructions found in the users manual, may cause interference harmful to the operation of other electronic devices. Compliance with FCC regulations does

not guarantee that interference will not occur in all installations. If this product is found to be the source of interference, which can be determined by turning the unit OFF and ON, please try to eliminate the problem by using one of the following measures:

Relocate either this product or the device that is being affected by the interference.

Utilize power outlets that are on different branch (circuit breaker or fuse) circuits or install AC line filter/s.

In the case of radio or TV interference, relocate/ reorient the antenna. If the antenna lead-in is 300 ohm ribbon lead, change the lead-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 of product. If you can not locate the appropriate retailer, please contact Yamaha Corporation of America, Electronic Service Division, 6600 Orangethorpe Ave, Buena Park, CA90620

The above statements apply ONLY to those products distributed by Yamaha Corporation of America or its subsidiaries.

* This applies only to products distributed by YAMAHA CORPORATION OF AMERICA.

This applies only to products distributed by Yamaha Canada Music Ltd. Ceci ne sapplique quaux produits distribus par Yamaha Canada Musique Lte.

CANADA This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.

Cet appareil numrique de la classe B est conforme la norme NMB-003 du Canada.

FCC INFORMATION (U.S.A.)

The exclamation point within the equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the product.

The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within the equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the products enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electrical shock.

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WARNING- When using any electrical or electronic prod- uct, basic precautions should always be followed. These precau- tions include, but are not limited to, the following:

1. Read all Safety Instructions, Installation Instructions, Special Message Section items, and any Assembly Instructions found in this manual BEFORE making any connections, includ- ing connection to the main supply.

2. Do not attempt to service this product beyond that described in the user-maintenance instructions. All other servic- ing should be referred to qualified service personnel.

3. Main Power Supply Verification: Yamaha products are manufactured specifically for the supply voltage in the area where they are to be sold. If you should move, or if any doubt exists about the supply voltage in your area, please contact your dealer for supply voltage verification and (if applicable) instruc- tions. The required supply voltage is printed on the name plate. For name plate location, please refer to the graphic found in the Special Message Section of this manual.

4. WARNING: Do not place this product or any other objects on the power cord or place it in a position where anyone could walk on, trip over, or roll anything over power or connect- ing cords of any kind. The use of an extension cord is not recommended! If you must use an extension cord, the minimum wire size for a 25' cord (or less) is 18 AWG. NOTE: The smaller the AWG number, the larger the current handling capacity. For longer extension cords, consult a local electrician.

5. Ventilation: Electronic products, unless specifically designed for enclosed installations, should be placed in locations that do not interfere with proper ventilation. If instructions for enclosed installations are not provided, it must be assumed that unobstructed ventilation is required.

6. Temperature considerations: Electronic products should be installed in locations that do not seriously contribute to their operating temperature. Placement of this product close to heat sources such as; radiators, heat registers etc., should be avoided.

7. This product was NOT designed for use in wet/damp locations and should not be used near water or exposed to rain. Examples of wet /damp locations are; near a swimming pool, spa, tub, sink, or wet basement.

8. This product should be used only with the components supplied or; a cart ,rack, or stand that is recommended by the manufacturer. If a cart, rack, or stand is used, please observe all safety markings and instructions that accompany the accessory product.

9. The power supply cord (plug) should be disconnected from the outlet when electronic products are to be left unused for extended periods of time. Cords should also be disconnected when there is a high probability of lightening and/or electrical storm activity.

10. Care should be taken that objects do not fall and liquids are not spilled into the enclosure through any openings that may exist.

11. Electrical/electronic products should be serviced by a qualified service person when:

a. The power supply cord has been damaged; or b. Objects have fallen, been inserted, or liquids have been

spilled into the enclosure through openings; or c. The product has been exposed to rain; or d. The product does not operate, exhibits a marked change

in performance; or e. The product has been dropped, or the enclosure of the

product has been damaged.

12. This product, either alone or in combination with an amplifier and headphones or speaker/s, may be capable of producing sound levels that could cause permanent hearing loss. DO NOT operate for a long period of time at a high volume level or at a level that is uncomfortable. If you experience any hearing loss or ringing in the ears, you should consult an audi- ologist.

IMPORTANT: The louder the sound, the shorter the time period before damage occurs.

13. Some Yamaha products may have benches and/or acces- sory mounting fixtures that are either supplied as a part of the product or as optional accessories. Some of these items are designed to be dealer assembled or installed. Please make sure that benches are stable and any optional fixtures (where appli- cable) are well secured BEFORE using. Benches supplied by Yamaha are designed for seating only. No other uses are recom- mended.

INFORMATION RELATING TO PERSONAL INJURY, ELECTRICAL SHOCK, AND FIRE HAZARD POSSIBILITIES HAS BEEN INCLUDED IN THIS LIST.

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

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PLEASE KEEP THIS MANUAL

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Thank you for purchasing the Yamaha MAGICSTOMP BASS. To get the most out of this product, we urge you to thoroughly read this manual before use. Also, please keep the manual in a safe place for future reference.

Owners Manual

Contents

Precautions ............................................................................6 Package Contents ..................................................................6 MAGICSTOMP BASS Main Features ..........................................7 Component Names & Functions.............................................8

Top Panel ...................................................................................... 8 Rear Panel ..................................................................................... 8

Connections ......................................................................... 10 Using the MAGICSTOMP ...................................................... 12

Turn on the amplifier and play ..................................................... 12 Try out some of the other patches ............................................... 12

Create your own sound........................................................ 14 Use the knobs to adjust the effect ................................................ 14 Deep Edit .................................................................................... 15

Saving Patches ..................................................................... 18 Storing edited patches (STORE) ................................................... 18

Giving the patch a name ..................................................... 20 Giving the patch a name (Name Edit Mode) ............................... 20

Auto Feedback Reduction (AFR) Function ........................... 22 Switching the AFR Function ON .................................................. 22 Using the AFR Function ............................................................... 23

Tuner Mode ..........................................................................24 Using the tuner ........................................................................... 24

Factory Set (Restore Factory Defaults) ................................25 Restoring the factory defaults ...................................................... 25

Editing Patches with a Computer ........................................ 26 Data Flow .................................................................................... 27 Using the Sound Editor for MAGICSTOMP .................................. 27

For Windows Users ........................................................................... 28 For Macintosh Users ......................................................................... 30

Error Messages ..................................................................... 32 Trouble Shooting ................................................................. 32 Specifications ....................................................................... 33 SOFTWARE LICENSING AGREEMENT ..................................... 34

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Package Contents

The following items are included in the MAGICSTOMP package. Check to see that you have every- thing listed here.

Precautions Avoid using the MAGICSTOMP in the following locations to prevent possible damage:

In direct sunlight or next to heating equipment. In extremely cold or hot locations. Locations exposed to high humidity or excessive dust. Locations subject to strong shocks or vibration.

Before making any connections, make sure that the power is switched OFF on the MAGICSTOMP and any external devices.

To protect speakers from possible damage, always set the VOLUME knob to 0 before switching the power ON/OFF.

When connecting any devices to this unit, make sure that the power is switched OFF first.

Do not apply excessive force to the switches, knobs and controls.

The MAGICSTOMP is a precision device. Handle it with care and avoid dropping or jarring it.

For safety, always remove the power adaptor from the AC wall outlet if there is any danger of lightning striking in your area.

Keep the MAGICSTOMP away from neon signs or fluorescent lighting to prevent noise pickup.

To prevent damage and possibly electrical shock, never open the case and tamper with the internal circuitry.

Never use benzene, thinner or other volatile liquids for cleaning, as these chemicals may cause damage or discoloration to the finish. Always use a dry, soft cloth to wipe off dust and dirt.

MAGICSTOMP ................................. 1 CD-ROM ........................................... 1 Power Adaptor * ................................ 1 USB Cable ........................................ 1

CAUTION Before breaking the seal on the CD-ROM package, please carefully read

the Software Licensing Agreement on page 34. Never attempt to play back the included CD-ROM on an audio CD player.

Doing so may result in damage to your hearing as well as to your CD player/audio speakers.

Owners Manual (this booklet) .......... 1 Effect List .......................................... 1 Patch List .......................................... 1

* May not be included depending on your particular area. Please check with your Yamaha dealer.

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MAGICSTOMP BASS Main Features

[Professional quality preset tone patches make the MAGICSTOMP ready to use out of the box]

Close collaboration between artists from around the world and our audio engineers has pro- duced a variety of professional quality patches. The unit contains a total of 99 onboard patches that are perfect for use with acoustic and electric basses. Additional patches that use a variety of effects can be found in the patch library supplied in the accompanying CD-ROM. 99 User Patches let you freely edit and store patches so you can create your own library of sounds.

[Feels and operates like a compact effector] Simple design and controls (4 knobs, 3 footswitches) provide bassists with a familiar operating

environment. Operation is simple and straightforward to provide quick sound creation.

[Deep Edit offers precision editing of effects] Edit any of the parameters in the patchs effects or set parameters that are assigned to the

units control knobs and then save. This function lets you fully customize your MAGICSTOMP.

[Harnessing the power of Yamahas DSP technology] The MAGICSTOMP utilizes a powerful 32-bit DSP designed by Yamaha to deliver amp simula-

tions and effects from the BBT series bass amplifiers, from the DG series amplifiers, and from the DG, AG, and UD-Stomp effects. It also produces a variety of digital effects derived from the Yamaha SPX series with unprecedented audio quality and function.

[Upload new patch data via USB] Patches supplied on the accompanying CD-ROM or downloaded from the internet can be up-

loaded into the MAGICSTOMP via the USB cable. You can also store customized sound patches in your computer.

[Edit effects on your computer with a software based patch editor] Connect the MAGICSTOMP to your computer using the supplied USB cable then use the ac-

companying Sound Editor for MAGICSTOMP to edit effect parameters. The computer-based editor offers the same level of deep editing that is possible with the pedal, but with the conve- nience of viewing more information on the computers display.

[Built-in chromatic auto tuner] The MAGICSTOMP also includes a built-in chromatic auto tuner, which is extremely useful in

live performances and recording.

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Component Names & Functions

Top Panel

Rear Panel

When monitoring through a pair of headphones, make sure you properly adjust the volume so as not to damage your hearing.

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Component Names & Functions

q Display Displays information for the currently selected patch or operating conditions of the MAGICSTOMP.

w CONTROL Knobs These are used to control patch parameters. ( page 14)

e VOLUME Knob Controls the overall output volume of the MAGICSTOMP. ( page 12)

r STORE/EXIT Button This button is used to store edited patches in the MAGICSTOMP ( page 18), exit the Deep Edit Mode ( page 15), or Name Edit Mode ( page 20).

t Switch, + Switch, ON/OFF Switch These switches select patches, switch the patch ON or OFF, or switch modes. ( page 12, 13, 20, 22)

y INPUT Jack For connecting an instrument such as a bass guitar, synthesizer, etc., to the MAGICSTOMP. ( page 11)

u INPUT LEVEL HIGH/LOW Switch Selects HIGH or LOW impedance to match the input level with the output level of the instrument connected to the INPUT jack. ( page 11)

i OUTPUT L/MONO, R Jacks For connecting the MAGICSTOMP to a bass amplifier, recorder, PA mixer, etc. ( page 11)

o USB Jack For connecting the MAGICSTOMP to a computer. This lets you edit patch voices on the computer or move patch data between the computer and the MAGICSTOMP. ( page 27)

!0 AC IN Jack (Power Adaptor) Connect the power adaptor to this jack. ( page 10)

* Power is switched ON when the power adaptor is connected (and supplying power) to the main unit.

!1 PHONES Jack A pair of headphones connected to this jack (stereo mini) lets you practice or edit patches while monitoring the MAGICSTOMPs sound output through the headphones. Use the Volume Knob e to adjust the volume.

* Output is still delivered from the OUTPUT jack i when a pair of headphones is connected to the PHONES jack.

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Connections

CAUTION In order to prevent electric shock or damage to your equipment, turn OFF

the power on the bass amp, etc., and set the MAGICSTOMPs volume to its minimum level before making any connections.

Use ONLY a Yamaha AC-10 Power Adaptor (or other adaptor specifically recommended by Yamaha). Using another adaptor may result in damage, overheating or fire, which can be very dangerous.

Make sure to use the recommended AC voltage as indicated on the power adaptor.

The MAGICSTOMP automatically switches ON when power is connected and supplied to the device.

Connect a bass, guitar or any line level instrument such as a synthesizer, etc., to the INPUT jack. The MAGICSTOMP can also be connected to the effect loop of an amplifier, mixer, or other similar device.

Set the INPUT LEVEL switch to match the output level of the instrument or device that is connected to the MAGICSTOMP. If the sound is distorted when the switch is set to the HIGH position, change the setting to LOW. If you feel output is low when the switch is set to the LOW position, change the setting to HIGH.

When using patches with stereo output, we recommend connecting the MAGICSTOMPs out- put jacks to a stereo device.

When connecting the power adaptor to the MAGICSTOMPs AC IN jack, you can wrap the power adaptor cord around the cord hook as shown in the illustration below (this helps keeping the plug from being accidentally pulled out).

CAUTION Dont let the cord bend sharply or kink when wrapping the cord around

the hook. An excessive bend can cut the cord or start a fire.

Power adaptor cord

Cord hook

AC IN jack

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INPUTAC IN

L/MONO

INPUT (or POWER AMP INPUT)

OUTPUT L/MONO R

RL/MONO

INPUT

INPUT INPUT

INPUT

RL/MONO

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Bass Guitar, or other instrument

Power Adaptor

Connecting to an amplifier, etc. (monaural)

MAGICSTOMP

Connecting to a mixer (stereo)

Connecting to a recording device, etc.

Connections

Using the MAGICSTOMP with a bass guitar or other instrument

Using the MAGICSTOMP in an effect loop

INPUTAC IN

OUTPUT

EFFECT SEND

EFFECT RETURN

L/MONO R

RL

U99MAGICSTOMP GAINMSTRTONE

Power Adaptor

MAGICSTOMP Mixer, etc.

Electric Outlet

Electric Outlet

* The AC adaptors shape will vary according to the country to which the device is shipped.

* The AC adaptors shape will vary according to the country to which the device is shipped.

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Try out some of the other patches The MAGICSTOMP has a total of 198 patches. 99 of those are User Patches (U01 U99) to which you can save (overwrite) data of patches that you have created. The other 99 are Preset Patches (P01 P99) which can not be overwritten with new data. You can however, edit the Preset Patches and save them in the User Patch section.

* When shipped from the factory, the MAGICSTOMPs User Patch section contains the same data as found in the Preset Patches.

Two ways to select patches When the MAGICSTOMP is shipped from the factory, its [UP/DOWN MODE] is already set for the patch selection mode. In this mode, just press the + switch to move to the next greater patch number, and press the switch to move to the next lesser patch number. Hold either switch down and the patch numbers will quickly cycle up or down in order. In this mode, the ON/OFF switch is used to switch the patch (effect) on or off.

Using the MAGICSTOMP

U99MAGICSTOMP GAINMSTRTONE

Patch No.

The MAGICSTOMP comes loaded with a variety of effect patches (programmed effects). First, give some of the presets a try and see whats available.

Turn on the amplifier and play Youll hear the currently selected patch. Use the MAGICSTOMPs VOLUME knob to adjust the MAGICSTOMPs output volume.

Patch Name

U01DIST GAINMSTRTONE

U01DIST EFFECT OFF

U98 P02

U01

U99

P01 U99

P01

P99

P98

P97

P99 U02

U03

U04

U01DIST BAL0STERVOL

Effect ON Effect OFF

Pressing the switch decreases the patch number by 1

Pressing the + switch increases the patch number by 1

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The other way to select patches is with the [Performance Mode]. In this mode, the , +, and ON/OFF switches are used to select one of three adjacent patches.

q To enter the Performance Mode, press and hold any two switches (from , +, and ON/OFF).

PERFORMANCE MODE appears in the display to inform you that the MAGICSTOMP is now in the Performance Mode.

w Press and hold the or + switch to change the patch set. switch: U01/02/03P97/98/99P94/95/96 + switch: U01/02/03U04/05/06U07/08/09

* Patch sets (three adjacent patches make a patch set) have been predetermined. (U01, U02, U03), (U04, U05, U06) (U97, U98, U99), (P01, P02, P03) (P97, P98, P99).

* When the MAGICSTOMP switches to the Performance Mode, the patch set containing the patch number selected with the Up/Down Mode is selected.

e To return to the UP/DOWN Mode, press and hold any two switches (from , +, and ON/OFF).

UP/DOWN MODE appears in the display to inform you that the MAGICSTOMP is now in the Up/Down Mode.

Example) Switching from the Up/Down Mode (patch U06 is selected) to the Performance Mode.

Using the MAGICSTOMP

U06AlternaPick CRATGAINMSTR

U06AlternaPick CRATGAINMSTR

Up/Down Mode

Performance Mode

Press and hold any two of the three switches

U06AlternaPick PERFORMANCE0MODE

Patch U04 ON/OFF switch

Patch U06 ON/OFF switch

Patch U05 ON/OFF switch

When in the Performance Mode, the lamp of the currently selected patch lights (U05 is selected in the illustration below).

When all three patches are switched OFF, the display appears as follows (all lamps are off).

U05Fretless 0OFF0(U04:05:06)

Press and hold the switch.

U01/02/03 P97/98/99 P94/95/96 P91/92/93

: :

Press and hold the + switch.

U07/08/09 U10/11/12 U13/14/15 U16/17/18

: :

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When the knobs position does not match the value for the selected parameter, youll need to rotate the knob until it matches the position that corresponds to the parameter value before you can change the setting. Lets rotate the DRIV knob. Before rotating the knob, its parameter name is shown in the display. [Fig. 1] When the knob is rotated, the set value (8.9) is indicated in the display, and will not change until you rotate the knob past the 3 oclock position. [Fig. 2]

U01DI DRIV

U01DI 10.0

U01DI 06.2

U01DIST10000000 DRIVMSTRTONE

U01DI 08.9

U01DI 08.9

U01DI 09.0

Create your own sound

Use the knobs to adjust the effect The three knobs located below the display let you adjust different characteristics of the effect. The parameters that these knobs adjust, differ according to the selected patch. The name of the parameters that these knobs adjust, and the relative knob position of each of the parameters are shown on the lower half of the display. In the example shown below, the following parameter names and knob values are shown starting with the left knob.

DRIV (Drive): 8.9, MSTR (Master): 4.0, TONE: 2.8

[Fig. 1] [Fig. 2]

[Fig. 3] [Fig. 4]

After you rotate the knob past the 3 oclock position, the actual value that corresponds to the knobs position is indicated in the display. Also, the mark to the right of the patch number will change to to indicate that the parameters value has changed. [Fig. 3] Once the parameters value has been changed, the value shown in the display will reflect the position of the knob. [Fig. 4] If the knob is not moved for a few seconds, the value display will return to the parameter name display.

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Create your own sound

OK, now try and edit a patch to your liking.

* For more information on parameters of individual effects, refer to the separate Effect List sheet.

* Parameters for the patch(effect) can only be adjusted when the MAGICSTOMP is in its normal operating mode (when a patch is selected and the effect is switched "ON"). Parameters can not be adjusted if the effect is switched "OFF" or when the MAGICSTOMP is in the Store Mode (page 18), Name Edit Mode (page 20) or Tuner Mode (page 24).

After creating something you like, use the store operation ( page 18) to save your settings in the MAGICSTOMP. Please be aware that if another patch is selected before carrying out the store op- eration, or the power is disconnected, all changes you made will be lost and the data will return to its original condition.

If you have already seen the Effect List, you will have noticed a long list of parameters in each patchs effect list that do not appear on the MAGICSTOMPs display. Each patch contains a variety of parameters besides those that appear on the display. With Deep Edit, which is described in the next section, you can get in and edit all of these param- eters as well as assign parameters to the MAGICSTOMPs control knobs. Give the Deep Edit mode a try. Using it to make precision edits you can create a wide range of sounds.

Deep Edit Any of the parameters in the currently selected patch can be edited. You can use this, along with the ability to select a different effect type, to create original patches.

q Press the [STORE/EXIT] button. PRESS[STORE]1sec will appear on the lower half of the display.

* If you press the [STORE/EXIT] button when a Preset Patch is selected, the corresponding User Patch num- ber will automatically be selected as the destination patch number for storing.

w Press the ON/OFF switch once and release quickly (within one second). You are now in the Deep Edit Mode and the display should appear as shown below.

* If you press the ON/OFF switch for more than 1 second, you will enter the Name Edit Mode ( page 20)

Deep Edit Icon

U01DIST1 PRESS[STORE]1sec

0EDIT-KNOB0TYPE KNB1KNB2KNB3

EDIT-PRM:02/10 TONEEQ1FEQ1G

Deep Edit Icon

or

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e Use the +/ switches to select the parameter setting display. Parameters for the currently selected patch are arranged on several pages. Use the + or switches to view the next or previous page on the display.

* For more information on individual parameters, refer to the separate Effect List sheet.

EDIT-PRM:03/10 EQ1QEQ2FEQ2G

Parameter Use the knobs located below the display to make settings

Deep Edit Icon

This icon indicates a previous page exists Use the switch to view the previous page

This icon indicates a following page exists Use the + switch to view the next page

Parameter Setting Display Page Shown is page 3 of 7

EDIT-PRM:03/10 08.2EQ2FEQ2G

Parameter value

EDIT-PRM:02/10 TONEEQ1FEQ1G

EDIT-PRM:04/10 EQ2QEQ3FEQ3G

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r Rotate the knobs to edit their corresponding parameters. After viewing the parameters you want to edit, use the knobs located below the display to edit the parameters. If the knobs position does not match the parameters value, youll need to rotate the knob until it matches the position that corresponds to the parameter value before you can change the setting ( page 14).

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Assigning parameters to the units control knobs Parameters that are controlled by the units control knobs during normal operation are as- signed to the control knobs in the upper portion of the parameter page display (shown below: the page before 01/??). Select the parameter for the knob by rotating the knob.

* For more information on individual parameters, refer to the separate Effect List sheet.

Create your own sound

0EDIT-KNOB0TYPE MSTRKNB2KNB3

Parameter Name

Changing the Effect Type Pressing the ON/OFF switch when the Deep Edit icon is displayed accesses the Effect Type Select display shown below. Use the +/ switches to select the effect type.

* When the effect type is changed, any data that has been edited will be cleared and default values for the new effect type will be set.

* For more information on individual parameters, refer to the separate Effect List sheet.

After selecting the effect type, press the [STORE/EXIT] button to return to the display for setting parameters and assigning parameters to the units control knobs.

23rd effect type out of a total of 64 effect types

EDIT-FXT:23/64 StereoDelay

Effect Type

t When you are finished editing, save your data in the MAGICSTOMP at this point. At this point, pressing the [STORE/EXIT] button is the same as pressing the [STORE/EXIT] button in procedure q of the Store Operation ( page 18). From here you can follow the remaining steps in the Store Operation.

* To return the data to its original condition, cancel the Store Operation at this point then select another patch.

The same type of deep editing can be performed with a computer using the Sound Editor for MAGICSTOMP application that is included in the accompanying CD- ROM. The Sound Editor for MAGICSTOMP lets you access additional patches provided in the patch library that is included on the supplied CD-ROM, and lets you save your original patches on your computer. ( page 26)

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P01Studio CRATGAINMSTR

U01:Studio PRESS[STORE]1sec

U01:Studio PRESS[STORE]1sec

U01Studio NOW0STORING...

Store complete!

Press and hold

Saving Patches

Destination patch number for storing

The name of the edited patch

Storing edited patches (STORE) The MAGICSTOMP lets you store your original patches in its User Patch memory (U01-U99). After creating a patch you like, use the following procedure to store the patch.

* Patches can not be stored in the Preset Patch memory (P01-P99).

* The volume knobs setting is not stored with patch data.

The store operation takes your edited data and writes it to the destination patch number that youve selected, overwriting the old patch data with the new. Depending upon your needs, either overwrite the original patch with new data, or select another patch number to store the new data to.

To rewrite (overwrite) the original patch with new data q After youre done editing, press the [STORE/EXIT] button.

PRESS[STORE]1sec appears in the lower half of the display. The destination patch number to which the patch will be stored, and the patch name (under which the data will be stored) appears on the upper half of the display.

* If the [STORE/EXIT] button is pressed when a Preset Patch is currently selected, the corresponding User Patch number is automatically selected as the destination patch number for storing.

w You can also give the patch a new name. To change the name of the patch, follow steps w through r described on page 20.

e Press and hold the [STORE/EXIT] button (about 1 second) until NOW STOR- ING... appears on the display.

* To cancel the store operation, press and quickly release the [STORE/EXIT] button (within 1 second) and the MAGICSTOMP returns to its original condition (the changed patch name returns to its original name). Other than the patch name, any changes made to parameter data will be safe until another patch is selected.

To store the data to the files original patch number (overwrite) and with the same patch name, press and hold the [STORE/EXIT] button for more than 1 second to execute the store operation after youre done editing.

* This store procedure can not be used when editing a Preset Patch. You must first assign a User Patch number as the destination patch number before executing the store operation.

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U11:Studio PRESS[STORE]1sec

Saving Patches

The name of the edited patch

P01Studio CRATGAINMSTR

U01:Studio PRESS[STORE]1sec

Destination patch number for storing

The name of the edited patch

U11:Studio PRESS[STORE]1sec

U11Studio NOW0STORING...

Store complete!

Press and hold

Destination patch number for storing

Saving the data to a different patch number q After youre done editing, press the [STORE/EXIT] button.

w Select the patch number to which you want to save the data. Use the or + switches to select the destination patch number to which you want to save your data.

e You can also give the patch a new name. To change the name of the patch, follow steps w through r described on page 20.

r Press and hold the [STORE/EXIT] button (about 1 second) until NOW STOR- ING... appears on the display.

* To cancel the store operation, press and quickly release the [STORE/EXIT] button (within 1 second) and the MAGICSTOMP returns to its original condition (the changed patch name returns to its original name). Other than the patch name, any changes made to parameter data will be safe until another patch is selected.

In additions to creating and storing new patches, you can use the store operation to put patches in the same order that you use them in performance making selection while playing quick and convenient.

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_U01Studio NAME EDIT MODE

U01:Studio PRESS[STORE]1sec

Press and hold

P01Studio CRATGAINMSTR

U01:Studio PRESS[STORE]1sec

Current patch number

Cursor

Giving the patch a name

_U01Ttudio NAME EDIT MODE

Cursor

A to Z (space)

a to z (space)

0 to 9 : ! " # $ % & ' ( ) * + ,- . / (space)

The characters that can be set with each knob

Moves the cursor to the left ()

Press simultaneously with the [STORE/EXIT] button to delete the character selected with the cursor.

* Holding down the switch (and button) repeats the same opera- tion continuously.

Moves the cursor to the right ()

Press simultaneously with the [STORE/EXIT] button to insert a space where the cursor is.

* Holding down the switch (and button) repeats the same op- eration continuously.

Giving the patch a name (Name Edit Mode) You can use up to 12 characters when making a name for a User Patch.

* Names of Preset Patches (P01-P99) can not be changed.

q Press the [STORE/EXIT] button. PRESS[STORE]1sec appears in the lower half of the display.

w Press and hold the ON/OFF switch until NAME EDIT MODE appears on the display.

The cursor appears below the first character of the patch name.

* The MAGICSTOMP will enter the Deep Edit Mode if the ON/OFF switch is released before NAME EDIT MODE appears on the display, ( page 15).

e Move the cursor to change characters. Use the and + switches to move the cursor to the character you want to change, then use the three knobs to select the character.

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Giving the patch a name

U01:TUBE0DRIVE1 PRESS[STORE]1sec

U01:TUBE0DRIVE1 NOW0STORING...

Changing the patch name is complete.

Press and hold

U01TUBE0DRIVE1 CRATGAINMSTR

Up to 12 characters can be used in a patch name.

* Only 11 characters are displayed when the USB connection is used.

r After youve changed the name, press the [STORE/EXIT] button. The MAGICSTOMP is now in store standby mode.

t Press and hold the [STORE/EXIT] button (about 1 second) until NOW STOR- ING... appears in the display.

The new patch name is stored with the patch.

* To cancel the patch name edit operation, press and quickly release the [STORE/EXIT] button (within 1 second) and the MAGICSTOMP returns to its original condition (the patch name returns to its original name). Other than the patch name, any changes made to parameter data will be safe until another patch is selected.

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The MAGICSTOMP is equipped with a highly sophisticated Auto Feedback Reduction function (AFR) to eliminate feedback (howling).

* In this case, Feedback is when a specific frequency produced by the amplifier causes the bass to resonate uncontrollably, creating a howling sound.

The MAGICSTOMPs AFR function uses a notch filter, which cuts the frequency that is causing the feedback, to eliminate feedback. A maximum of five notch filters can be set and operating at the same time.

The AFR function is only available in patches that have their effect type set to AcousticMulti.

Auto Feedback Reduction (AFR) Function

Switching the AFR Function ON The MAGICSTOMP is shipped from the factory with its AFR Function switched OFF (the function is inactive). First, use the procedure described below to set the AFR Function ON (activate the func- tion).

q After pressing the [STORE/EXIT] button, press the ON/OFF switch two times to select the Effect Type Select display in the Deep Edit Mode.

* When pressing the switch two times, make sure the switch is released within one second both times.

w Until the following display appears, press and hold (for about four seconds) the ON/OFF switch.

The display shown above will appear for one second and then return to the display that was selected before the [STORE/EXIT] button was pressed.

* To switch the AFR Function OFF again, follow steps q and w described above once again.

The procedure described above only has an effect on patches that have their effect type set to AcousticMulti. Also, the AFR functions ON/OFF setting ef- fects all patches, it can not be set in individual patches.

EDIT-FXT:63/64 AcousticMulti

EDIT-FXT:63/64 AFR0FUNCTION0OFF

CAUTION Be careful. Constant feedback at loud levels can cause damage to equipment.

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Auto Feedback Reduction (AFR) Function

U88Acoustic 00CAN'T0DETECT

Using the AFR Function After you have switched ON (activated) the AFR function us- ing the procedure described on the previous page, the edit icon will appear for patches that can use the AFR func- tion (patches that have their effect type set to AcousticMulti).

* The normal edit icon appears when the AFR function is set OFF (inactive), or when a patch is selected that uses an effect type other than AcousticMulti.

After selecting a patch in which the AFR function is active, follow the instructions below to use the AFR function.

* The AFR functions switch operation differs in the Up/Down Mode and Performance Mode.

q When feedback occurs in the Up/Down Mode press the ON/OFF switch, and when in the Performance Mode press the switch that corresponds to the cur- rently selected patch (, ON/OFF, +).

* The switches in the procedure described above (, ON/OFF, +) can not be used to switch effects ON/OFF in patches that have the AFR function active.

The MAGICSTOMP will automatically identify the frequency causing the feedback and activate an unused notch filter. When the filter identifies the problem frequency, the display will appear similar to that shown below and then return to its previous condition. To indicate that the AFR function is active, the ON/OFF switchs lamp will flash when in the Up/ Down Mode, while in the Performance mode, the switchs lamp (, ON/OFF, +) for the currently selected patch will flash.

* If the filter fails to be set, the following display is shown before return- ing to its previous condition.

w If the application of a single band filter does not take care of the feedback, press the switch as described in step q and set a second filter. A maximum of 5 band filters can be set.

* The following display will appear if all 5 filters have been set.

The AFR Functions settings are not saved along with patch data. And the AFR Functions settings are cancelled when another patch is selected.

U88Acoustic AFR10F=00221Hz

U88Acoustic BLNDBASSMID

U88Acoustic 0AFR0BAND0FULL!

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In Tune!

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TUNE0PITCH:440Hz 00:000000|000000

Standard Pitch

Note Name

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Tuner Mode

This mode is used for tuning your bass. In the Tuner Mode, the MAGICSTOMP functions as a chromatic tuner.

* The signal from the MAGICSTOMPs OUTPUT jack and PHONES jack is muted when in the Tuner Mode (no sound will be produced).

Using the tuner

1 Press and hold the ON/OFF switch until the tuner display (shown below) ap- pears on the display.

With your bass connected to the INPUT jack, use the display to tune your bass.

* The Tuner Mode is not available during the store operation.

2 If you want to use a standard pitch other than 440Hz, use the or + switches. The standard pitch can be set anywhere between 438Hz and 445Hz in the MAGICSTOMP.

3 Play the string you want to tune (play a single tone). 1. First, tune the bass until the name of the note you want to tune to appears on the display. 2. When the strings pitch is low, > mark will be displayed and the switchs lamp will be lit.

When the strings pitch is high, < mark will be displayed and the + switchs lamp will be lit. The strings pitch is in tune when >|< appears in the display and the ON/OFF switchs lamp is lit.

4 Press the ON/OFF switch to return to the original display.

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00FACTORY00SET00 0NO:[-]0YES:[+]

00FACTORY00SET00 SURE?PUSH[STORE]

Restoring the factory defaults Hold down both the ON/OFF switch and [STORE/EXIT] button then plug in the power adaptor con- nected to the unit, and FACTORY SET will appear in the display.

Press the [STORE/EXIT] button to execute the Factory Set operation. All settings in the User Patch memory will be overwritten with factory default settings, which are the same as the Preset Patches.

* Press either the , + or ON/OFF switch to cancel the factory set operation, and the MAGICSTOMP will start normal operation.

When you restore the factory default settings, all data for the current settings in the User Patch memory will be lost. We recommend that you make a note of, or back up to a computer, any important data or settings.

Factory Set (Restore Factory Defaults)

Press the + switch and the display will ask for your confirmation.

* Pressing the switch cancels the Factory Set operation and the MAGICSTOMP will start normal operation.

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Editing Patches with a Computer

In the CD-ROM that came with your MAGICSTOMP youll find some patch files (library file format) that contain patches other than those found in the MAGICSTOMPs Preset Patches (P01-P99). You can select any of the patches you like from the library and trans- fer them to the MAGICSTOMPs User Patches (U01-U99).

The same level of editing possible in the Deep Edit Mode can be performed conveniently on a computer using the Sound Editor for MAGICSTOMP application that is provided on the accompanying CD-ROM. Using the application is easy. Launch the Sound Editor for MAGICSTOMP application and select a patch library in the library window, then click to open the editor window in which you can edit all of the selected effects parameters. On the computers display you can set the patch type (effect type), patch name, and assign parameters that can be controlled with the MAGICSTOMPs control knobs. After editing the patch, it can be trans- ferred to the MAGICSTOMPs the User Patch memory.

Library Window

Edit Window

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USB-MIDI Driver(+OMS*)

* OMS is required for Macintosh computers only.

Computer

Supplied CD-ROM

MAGICSTOMP

Sound Editor for MAGICSTOMP

(Application)

USB Cable

Patch Data

Patch Data File

U99MAGICSTOMP GAINMSTRTONE

Editing Patches with a Computer

Data Flow Use the supplied USB cable to connect the USB jack on your computer (Windows or Macintosh)

to the MAGICSTOMPs USB jack. The Sound Editor for MAGICSTOMP application found in the accompanying CD-ROM can be

used to edit MAGICSTOMP patches or transfer patch data between the MAGICSTOMP and your computer. This application can also be used to write patch data files found in the CD-ROM to the MAGICSTOMP.

Also included in the CD-ROM are USB-MIDI Driver and OMS (required for Macintosh com- puters only) applications which are needed to allow communication between your computer and the MAGICSTOMP.

Using the Sound Editor for MAGICSTOMP Before breaking the seal on the CD-ROM package, please carefully read the Software Licensing Agreement on page 34. After youve read agreement follow the steps de- scribed below to install and use the application.

1. Make sure the your computer meets the operating requirements of the Sound Editor for MAGICSTOMP and driver applications. (Windows page 28, Macintosh page 30)

2. The CD-ROM also includes the Sound Editor for MAGICSTOMP Owners Manual and Installation Guide for the supplied drivers, plus the MAGICSTOMP Effect List all in PDF file format. To view these files youll need Acrobat Reader in- stalled on your computer. If it isnt already installed on your computer, install the Acrobat Reader application from the accompanying CD-ROM. (Windows page 29, Macintosh page 31)

* The three PDF files described above are found in the [Manual] folder in the accompanying CD-ROM.

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Editing Patches with a Computer

For Windows Users

Contents of the CD-ROM

Folder Name Application Name Contents

ACROREAD Enables you to view each applications PDF file.

USBdrv_ YAMAHA USB MIDI driver (for Win98/Me) Driver needed when connecting the MAGICSTOMP to the computer with a USB cable.

Tools

MAGICSTOMP patch files. These patches can be transferred to the MAGICSTOMP using the Sound Editor for MAGICSTOMP.

Acrobat Reader *1*2

YAMAHA USB MIDI driver (for Win2000/XP)

Patch Library

Sound Editor for MAGICSTOMP *1 Enables you to edit MAGICSTOMP patch data on your computer.

Sample

*1 These applications are supplied with online/PDF manuals.

*2 Unfortunately, Yamaha makes no guarantee concerning the stability of these programs nor can it offer user support for them.

Minimum System Requirements The system requirements below may differ slightly depending on the particular operating system.

Sound Editor for MAGICSTOMP OS: Windows 98/Me/2000/XP Home Edition/XP Professional Computer: 166 MHz or higher; Intel Pentium/Celeron processor Available Memory: 32 MB or more Hard Disk: 30 MB or more Display: 800 x 600 or more, High Color (16 bit)

USB MIDI Driver OS: Windows 98/Me/2000/XP Home Edition/XP Professional Computer: 166 MHz or higher; Intel Pentium/Celeron processor Available Memory: 32 MB or more (64 MB or more is recommended) Hard Disk: 2 MB or more

Manual PDF Manuals (for J: 3 files, for E: 3 files) SoundEditor_J.pdf / SoundEditor_E.pdf InstallGuide_J.pdf / InstallGuide_E.pdf EffectList_J.pdf / EffectList_E.pdf

Sound Editor for MAGICSTOMP Owners Manual Installation Guide for softwares for MAGICSTOMP MAGICSTOMP Effect List

USBdrv2k_

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Editing Patches with a Computer

Installing Acrobat Reader PDF files (***E.pdf) for the Sound Editor for MAGICSTOMP Owners Manual and installation guides for the accompanying application or drivers, plus the MAGICSTOMP Effect List are all found in the accompanying CD-ROM Manual folder. In order to view these PDF files, youll need to install Acrobat Reader. Follow the steps described below to install Acrobat Reader.

* Acrobat Reader (English and Japanese) is included in the accompanying CD-ROM. If a different language version of Acrobat Reader is already installed in your computer, use that version to view the files.

1 In the accompanying CD-ROM, double click on the Acroread folder. The file ar***enu.exe appears (*** indicates the version number).

2 Double-click on ar***enu.exe. Acrobat Reader Setup Dialog box will be displayed.

3 Execute the installation by following the on-screen directions.

After installation is complete, the Acrobat folder appears on your PC (in Program Files, as the default). For information on using the Acrobat Reader, refer to the Reader Guide in the Help menu.

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For Macintosh Users

Contents of the CD-ROM (International folder) * The Japanese folder contains the Japanese version of the software.

Editing Patches with a Computer

Folder Name Application Name Contents

ACROREAD Enables you to view each applications PDF file.

USBdrv_ YAMAHA USB MIDI driver Driver needed when connecting the MAGICSTOMP to the computer with a USB cable.

Tools

MAGICSTOMP patch files. These patches can be transferred to the MAGICSTOMP using the Sound Editor for MAGICSTOMP.

Acrobat Reader *1*2

Patch Library

Sound Editor for MAGICSTOMP *1 Enables you to edit MAGICSTOMP patch data on your computer.

Sample

*1 These applications are supplied with online/PDF manuals.

*2 Unfortunately, Yamaha makes no guarantee concerning the stability of these programs nor can it offer user support for them.

Minimum System Requirements The system requirements below may differ slightly depending on the particular operating system.

Sound Editor for MAGICSTOMP OS: Mac OS 8.6 through Mac OS 9.22 (The Mac OS X and Mac Classic environ-

ments are not supported) Computer: A Macintosh computer with a PowerPC or later CPU Available Memory: 16 MB or more Hard Disk: 32 MB or more Display: 800 x 600, 32,000 colors or more

USB MIDI Driver OS: Mac OS 8.5 through Mac OS 9.22 (The Mac OS X and Mac Classic environ-

ments are not supported) Computer: A Macintosh computer with a USB connector and a PowerPC or later CPU Memory: 64 MB or more (128 MB or more is recommended)

* Turn off virtual memory.

Hard disk: 2 MB or more Other: OMS 2.3.8 (included in the CD-ROM in the package)

USB-MAGICSTOMP (in theThe OMS Settup for YAMAHA folder )

MAGICSTOMPs OMS setup file.

OMS Open Music System (OMS) 2.3.8 *1*2 Enables you to run MIDI applications on the MAC OS.

Manual PDF Manuals (3 files) SoundEditor_E.pdf InstallGuide_E.pdf EffectList_E.pdf

Sound Editor for MAGICSTOMP Owners Manual Installation Guide for softwares for MAGICSTOMP MAGICSTOMP Effect List

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Installing Acrobat Reader PDF files (***E.pdf) for the Sound Editor for MAGICSTOMP Owners Manual and installation guides for the accompanying application or drivers, plus the MAGICSTOMP Effect List are all found in the accompanying CD-ROM International folder Manual folder. In order to view these PDF files, youll need to install Acrobat Reader. Follow the steps described below to install Acrobat Reader.

* Installation is not required if you already have Acrobat Reader installed on your computer.

* Acrobat Reader (English and Japanese) is included in the accompanying CD-ROM. If a different language version of Acrobat Reader is already installed in your computer, use that version to view the files.

1 In the accompanying CD-ROM, double click on the International folder Acroread folder. Acrobat Reader Installer appears.

2 Double-click on Acrobat Reader Installer. Acrobat Reader Setup Dialog box will be displayed.

3 Execute the installation by following the on-screen directions.

After installation is complete, the Acrobat folder appears on your PC (in Hard Disk, as the de- fault). For information on using the Acrobat Reader, refer to the Reader Guide in the Help menu.

Editing Patches with a Computer

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Error Messages

Trouble Shooting

One of the following messages may appear in the MAGICSTOMPs display if an error occurs during operation. If so, please stop operation and check the following points to find a solution to the problem.

The data being bulk transmitted is damaged. After restoring (overwrite, store, etc.) the user patch data that corresponds to the patch number, try transmitting the data again.

An error occurred while transmitting data. Check the USB cable connection, computer settings, etc.

An error occurred while transmitting or receiving bulk data. Check the USB cable connection. Also, if the error occurs about halfway through the operation, setting the interval speed to a slower setting sometimes solves the problem.

The hardware is damaged. Please contact the dealer from whom you purchased the product.

00BAD0DATA:U***00 00PUSH0ANY0KEY

000MIDI0ERROR!00 00PUSH0ANY0KEY

00BULK00ERROR!00 00PUSH0ANY0KEY

000USB0ERROR!000 00PUSH0ANY0KEY

No Sound Is the power adapter properly connected? Is the volume control on the instrument connected to the INPUT jack turned up? Is the volume knob set to 0? Is the effects output level set to 0?

Sound level is low Switch the input level to the HIGH position. ( P.10)

Effect is not active Is the effects output level set to 0? Is the effect switched OFF (all lamps are off)?

Can not change to another patch Check the display. If the MAGICSTOMP is in its Tuner Mode ( P.24) or Name Edit Mode

( P.20) you can not change to another patch.

Adjusting the control knob has no effect on the sound Rotate the knob until the value shown on the display changes, and then try setting. ( P.14)

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Specifications

Digital Section Digital signal processing effector Includes special editor application Sound

Editor for MAGICSTOMP Patch Select: 2 Modes Built-in Chromatic Auto Tuner

Communications Receive: Parameter Change, Bulk In (1

patch), Bulk In (99 patch) Transmit: Bulk Out (99 patch)

Controller/Switch Knob x4

CONTROL1, 2, 3, VOLUME

Push Switch x4 , +, ON/OFF, STORE/EXIT

Slide Switch x1 INPUT LEVEL (HIGH/LOW)

Display 16 x 2 character LCD (w/Back light) LED x 3 (, +, ON/OFF)

Connections INPUT: Standard Monaural Phone Jack OUTPUT L/MONO, R: Standard Monaural

Phone Jack PHONES: Mini Stereo Phone Jack USB AC IN

A/D Converter 24 bit + 3 bit Floating

D/A Converter 24 bit

* Specifications and design may change without notice.

Sampling Frequency 44.1 kHz

Memory Allocations Preset: 99 User: 99

Input Level/Impedance INPUT HIGH: 25dBm/1 M INPUT LOW : 15dBm/1 M

Output Level/Impedance OUTPUT L/MONO, R: 0dBm/1 k PHONES: 10dBm/150

Power Power Adaptor AC Output: AC 12 V, 1 A

Power Consumption 12 W

Dimensions (W x H x D) 164 x 62 x 176 mm (6-7/16" x 2-7/16" x 6-15/16")

Weight 910 g (2lbs.)

Accessories AC-10 power adaptor (included or optional

depending on local) CD-ROM USB Cable Owners Manual (this booklet) Effect List Patch List

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SOFTWARE LICENSING AGREEMENT The following is a legal agreement between you, the end user, and Yamaha Corporation (Yamaha). The enclosed Yamaha software program is licensed by Yamaha to the original purchaser for use only on the terms set forth herein. Please read this licensing agreement with care. Opening this package indicates that you accept all terms outlined herein. If you do not agree to the terms, return this package unopened to Yamaha for a full refund.

1. GRANT OF LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT Yamaha grants you, the original purchaser, the right to use one copy of the enclosed software program and data (SOFTWARE) on a single- user computer system. You may not use it on more than one computer or computer terminal. The SOFTWARE is owned by Yamaha and is protected by Japanese copyright laws and all applicable international treaty provisions. You are entitled to claim ownership of the media in which the SOFTWARE is included. Therefore, you must treat the SOFTWARE like any other copy- righted materials.

2. RESTRICTIONS The SOFTWARE program is copyrighted. You may not engage in reverse engineer-ing or re- production of the SOFTWARE by other conceiv- able methods. You may not reproduce, modify, change, rent, lease, resell, or distribute the SOFTWARE in whole or in part, or create de- rivative works from the SOFTWARE. You may not transmit or network the SOFTWARE with other computers. You may transfer ownership of the SOFTWARE and the accompanying writ- ten materials on a permanent basis provided that you retain no copies and the recipient agrees to the terms of the licensing agreement.

3. TERMINATION The licensing condition of the software program becomes effective on the day that you receive the SOFTWARE. If any one of the copyright laws or clauses of the licensing conditions is violated, the licensing agreement shall be terminated au- tomatically without notice from Yamaha. In this case, you must destroy the licensed SOFT- WARE and its copies immediately.

4. PRODUCT WARRANTY Yamaha warrants to the original purchaser that if the SOFTWARE, when used in normal condi- tions, will not perform the functions described in the manual provided by Yamaha, the sole rem- edy will be that Yamaha will replace any media which proves defective in materials or workman- ship on an exchange basis without charge. Ex- cept as expressly set forth above, the SOFT- WARE is provided as is, and no other war- ranties, either expressed or implied, are made with respect to this software, including, without limitation the implied warranties of merchantabil- ity and fitness for a particular purpose.

5. LIMITED LIABILITY Your sole remedies and Yamahas entire liability are as set forth above. In no event will Yamaha be liable to you or any other person for any dam- ages, including without limitation any incidental or consequential damages, expenses, lost prof- its, lost savings or other damages arising out of the use or inability to use such SOFTWARE even if Yamaha or an authorized dealer has been advised of the possibility of such damages, or for any claim by any other party.

6. GENERAL This license agreement shall be interpreted ac- cording to and governed by Japanese laws.

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