Mixing Tutorial
01X Owner’s Manual
Before Using Basics Section AppendixGetting Started Reference
eEdit the effect if desired.
Press the DISPLAY [ ] (Up) button repeatedly to step
back through the effect parameter pages—Reverb Hall
has four of them. (To jump directly to the ‘top’ page,
hold down [PAGE SHIFT] and press the DISPLAY
[] (Up) button.)

No sound?

Edit away, but keep in mind that you won’t be able to hear
any changes to your edits unless one or more of input
channels are sent to the effect, and you set the return levels
properly (see the section below). For a list of the parame-
ters in each effect type, see page 125.
3) Return and send levels
The final step is actually two-fold:
1. Set the amount of effect signal you want returned
to the stereo mix.
2. Adjust the amount of effect you want to apply to
each channel.
Once you’ve done that, you may want to go back to the
section above and tweak the effect settings or even select a
different effect type.
We’ll assume in these instructions that the [SELECTED
CHANNEL] button isn’t lit—in other words, you’ll be
viewing/editing all channels at once.
qPress the [MASTER] button in the MIXER/LAYER
This selects the Master mixer (for the stereo master
output). The faders may move to reflect the Master set-
wRaise faders 7 (for Effect 1) and 8 (for Effect 2) to
around 0 dB.
When the Master mixer is active, these faders control
the AUX 3/4 Return level regardless of the currently
selected page.
3.2s 36.0ms 0.3 1.4 FX1
This is the first parameter page for Reverb Hall.
Use knobs 1, 3, 5, and 7 to edit the four parameters here.
0.0 0.0
Don’t use knobs 7 or 8 here (AUX SEND
3 or 4) — you may get a howling noise!
These control the stereo AUX Send level
and could set up an undesired feedback
Adjusts the Stereo input 1 level.
Adjusts the Stereo input 2 level.