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MONTEGO TB400-3356-01
User Guide


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Description of MONTEGO TB400-3356-01 User Guide

It's a complete guide ( also known as operating manual or owner's manual), and it's in PDF format. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

The manual is available in languages: English

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WAVETABLE EFFECTS
The Montego II offers advanced global reverb and chorus effects. These controls allow fine-tuning of the chorus and reverb effects.

  

Effects Checkbox – You can disable the chorus and reverb effects with this checkbox. When disabled, no effects are heard even if a program or MIDI file requests them.

Effects Selection – The effect selection dropdown box allows you to select from a number of effect algorithms including, Reverb, Delay, Hall Reverb, Flange Distortion and more. Reverb and Chorus are the default settings and are most useful for general MIDI playback.

Effects Sliders – These sliders increase the amount of effects, such as chorus and reverb, over the levels set by a program or MIDI file. A zero setting selects the same amount of chorus and reverb as set in the program or MIDI file. Moving the sliders up increases the effects level until the effect reaches its maximum possible level. If a program or MIDI file sets the maximum possible reverb and chorus, the sliders have no effect. These settings can be changed while a song is playing.

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