KORG DRV-2000 PDF
DRV/Owner’s Manual. License Agreement. 1) All intellectual property contained in this library – including owner’s manuals and product literature – is the . Korg DRV Digital Reverb Effect Module. The DRV is a relatively quiet digital effects processor. It can do up to 2 FX simultaneously either in stereo or. The DRV is a relatively quiet digital effects processor. It can do up to 2 FX simultaneously either in stereo or 1-per-channel side. This vintage unit.
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Finally, we have Multi-Modulation mode.
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But these few gripes aside, for many people the DRV is likely to prove the right tool for a number of interesting jobs and, as such, is an admirable addition to the Korg range. Gear in this article: Utility mode is a trifle more complex to explain, but basically it holds certain less musical and more technical parameters: Write is only used as a sub-mode of Program or Parameter modes, incidentally.
The same goes for studio quality effects units drv-200. To really create the hippy classic of all time, what you really need is the Space Pan program.
The DRV’s stereo echo programs are real charmers, giving you new access to the kind of ping-pong echo effects only previously possible if your mate could twist the pan pot on the mixer round in between repeats! To step through programs you press the desired Up or Down key, holding it down to cycle through the programs continuously, or by pressing the opposite key at the same time to ‘fast forward’, as it were. If you don’t save an altered program and erv-2000 up to another and back again, you’ll find that the one you altered has reverted to its original settings.
You select Parameter mode by pressing the Parameter button and you thought you had to peel a banana and press the light switch!
But as you are no doubt aware, very realistic sounding digital reverb units are within almost everybody’s reach now. The surprising thing to note about all these units is the sheer ear-stroking quality of their programs. The panning occurs not only between the left and right, but back and forth in the stereo picture as well, producing a erv-2000 motion.
Parameter mode, also called Edit mode, lets you examine and alter the parameters that make up each effect. Or, through MIDI, you can sense how hard a synth key is hit and produce a longer echo or delay effect.
These two buttons are used to select a program or edit the parameters, by stepping up or down through the digits on the LCD screen.
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The movement of this panning is controllable by Pan Depth, Tremolo, and Phase, which sets the angle and okrg direction of the autopan. All alterations made in Parameter mode can be saved with Write.
The stereo flanging and chorus programs are similar in operation to the stereo echo programs, allowing adjustment of Mod Depth, Mod Frequency, Mod Delay, and Feedback, but they also allow separate setting of left and right delay and level.
Grand Canyon with a lid on, anybody? I tell you what, I never thought I’d see the day when a true reverb could be bought for under a couple of grand. It was only a matter of time before the manufacturers realised they could combine the talents of both these units in the one inch box.
These keys operate in this manner on all settings, so I won’t bother to say it again! This is a nice touch, enabling all us ‘weird filename’ junkies to vent our creative talents on yet another LCD.
Although you can edit and modify programsyou can’t save them in those locations, but rather you have to store them in memory locations Dr-2000 you value this resource, you can support this project – it really helps!
The Input level occasionally needs adjusting not only from the knob on the front, but also from within; I suspect after noodling around with input levels for a while the creative urge will have flown.
Now then, which of these parameters on all these fine programs can you control with your footswitch or MIDI device? The seven buttons covering the right-hand side of the unit are concerned with program selection, editing and storage. They’re fun, cheap, non-fattening Stereo outputs are already provided, but stereo inputs might have been nice, too – but I guess all budget reverbs can’t be Alesis!
There are numbered programs to select from, being presets, and being user-definable programs. The DRV sits comfortably in an unremarkable inch rackmount box, and looking at it from the front you notice that it has a backlit LCD display, two recessed knobs at one end, and a row of flat selector buttons and power switch at the other. Please include your email address if you ,org to be contacted regarding your note.
Other articles featuring gear in this article: To save a program, you simply call it up on the LCD screen, and press Write. Phil South discovers that room simulation is not incurable these days, thanks to Korg’s latest combined digital reverb and multi-effects processor.
Just think of all the Motown drum breaks you can do, using the Multi-Modulation facility to vary the sweep of the flanger. It really helps – thank you!